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Islanders Win 5-4 to Take 3-2 Lead in Series Over Bruins

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Islanders Win 5-4 to Take 3-2 Lead in Series Over Bruins

"Kyle Palmieri scored the first of three second period goals for the islanders in route to a five four win over the Bruins in game five to give New York at three two series lead Paul Mary's team leading sixth playoff goal for forty nine into the second was the second of three power play goals for coach Barry Trotz is team we had some timely goals tonight your power play hit on and some timely goals they made a couple mistakes we capitalized Josh Bailey and Jordan Everly also lit the lamp in the second Mathew Barzal and Brock Nelson each scored and Semyon Varlamov stopped forty shots David Foster knock out a pair of goals into Carrasco made twelve saves before being pulled for rookie Jeremy swim and to start the third Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe

"David Foster not completed his second hat trick of the season by scoring with two fifty six remaining in the Bruins seven to three outdoor win over the flyers at Lake Tahoe Pasternak scored in the opening minute of the first two periods before registering his second hat trick versus the flyers this season they sell side one timers on thoughts are harmful go to so I use guys just try to get it on that and you know it's always it's always a good start out the game and the score for shift than on it okay get on the ball right away Charlie Coyle Trent Frederic at Nick Ritchie scored in the one thirty nine span late in the second period to give the Bruins a six to lead Craig Smith Brad Marchand John Moore and Connor Clifton each had two assists in Boston's first win in three games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Katharine McPhee Is Pregnant, Expecting First Baby With David Foster

Chicks On the Right

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Katharine McPhee Is Pregnant, Expecting First Baby With David Foster

"Because some old man is living his life David Foster and thinking of it more. And maybe no David Foster and Katharine McPhee here, married and David Foster's What 70 something that is crowd. He is 70 always 70 and then capped Katharine McPhee is 35. 36 36 OK, She is all sorts of pregnant like the bump is there it's visible and she's his face. I think it's a wife thing, sir. And, yes, a wealthy man fair. He's a very wealthy written like we both have watched a documentary on him. Just the most recent one where he's written all of like these top. It's like, Remember what Chicago did like You're the mean alive. He's the one that ruined Chicago is one that really got basically where they did all that he Peter's a terror like, but I mean, he's the one that you were careful about What you say about Peterson. Get Lord. Here we go. We're going to get in this fight again. It's like that when they became like a suck, you know, a rock band member and then all the hits. It was just awful. Yeah, he made it like hit maker that rather than like, what they used to be, is like a cool band. And then he's the one that did like Whitney Houston, and I will always love always love you. He He's like the hit maker. You want to hit a lot of zeros. Thank you loaded and you're upset with him. No, we're not really upset with him. It's like we're not upset, said. We're not upset. We're just bringing up the fact that if someone's adamant they're not upset. They're upset, but I just I think it's kind of it's great. It's kind of gross like because she's having a baby with him, because here's the thing he's going to be eight years old when this kid is 10 Just think about that. He has grand I'll hold. A lot of grandchildren are going to be older than his. Yes. So what a child does that make his so say is like a grandson who's already 10. When? What does that make his grandson to this kid? Because I don't know what his his nephew no would be the kid the kid would be the grandkids Great would would be would be his uncle made. Okay. All right. If

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Lori Loughlin to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

Daily Pop

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Lori Loughlin to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

"Laurie Law Clinton and her husband Massimo. They finally admitted they are guilty. In the college admissions scandal they reached a plea deal which significantly reduces their sentence. I was shocked when I saw this headlines. Were you guys? Surprised at all honestly. I'm just so relieved that this has happened. And that we finally have some closure on this debacle because it is been going on for feels like four adver and I also. I was very surprised. I didn't think that they were going to have such low sentences but ultimately I just don't care. I'm just happy that it's done. They're going to serve their time. They're going to pay their fine and we can just move on from this. We'll see in. Moore's ZANU extensive experience with studying to law subjects in College. Back in two thousand six. It wasn't looking good for these guys. I think this plea is the best case scenario for them now. The varney plead guilty to one of the counts each so the whole entire bundle but I think it is what Morgan said. It's the best thing for everybody in the especially the kids I mean. Did we see those fight is once again to remember the rowing fight? Don't remind us of the photos. They are a crime from seeing those photos. What's crazy to me is that there have been people who have had similar if not less offensive offenses. And there's I remember. There is a mom who received a five year sentence for falsifying her son's address so he can get into a better school district and she got five years locked up for that and these two. They're going to be doing a couple of months and they're gonNA have maybe two hundred hours of community service and You know luckily for them. They're not doing the forty or sixty years whatever originally was supposed to be But yeah very interesting to see that they actually said we're guilty doesn't surprise me at old. We have a bit of a flawed system. I feel like in this instance with them. I do think that bit and everything has sort of affected things and by the way. I think that it's Laurie. Serving two months in Montana supposed to survive. I don't think either of them are going to serve their sentences to full-term there's no way there's there's a possibility that they could get house arrest because of the Kovin situation. There's a possibility they won't actually do the time in jail. I don't know but the question is will. Laurie repair her image. I feel like all she's got to do is go on dancing with the stars and everyone's just going to forget about all of this because that is celebrity image. Rehab Redemption story works really well when someone has done something bad and committed a crime and then they lock all of a sudden. It's going to be great. Pr TO IN. A COUPLE OF YEARS DOWN THE TRACK. Bring them back up again. Audit will that to happen. It can't happen like that. I completely disagree with that. This is all this business on in its image. It's always about how you can. People are forgiving and I think that Lori is dead than going to be forgiven by the public. I think people again are so over this or this to be a two month sentence after all of the HOOPLA and all of the research we've done over what Aaron said sixty fifty one hundred years that they were gonNA spend vibrators. She's GonNa do one episode of dancing with the stars like Aaron said and she's going to do one lifetime movie and then I'm going to see her shouldn't say hi and everyone's GonNa keep it big put on walk. That's how it works. Welcome to the world of white privilege. Hollywood

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Deborah Treisman Reads David Foster Wallace

The New Yorker: Fiction

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Deborah Treisman Reads David Foster Wallace

"Chosen a story to read and I asked listeners to submit questions for me to discuss through our twitter and facebook pages. The story I've chosen is good. People by David Foster Wallace which was published in the New Yorker in January of two thousand seven all the different angles ways. They come at the decision together did not ever included the word for had he wants said. It avowed that he did love her. Love Cherry Fisher then it all would have been transformed. It would not be a different stance or angle but a difference in the very thing. They were praying deciding on together. I chose a story in part because it was the last piece that I worked on with David Foster Wallace before his death in two thousand eight and because our correspondence about the story stayed very vividly in my memory and came to mind when he died. The story was eventually part of the Pale King. David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel which was published in. Two thousand eleven at the time that he sent it to me in December of two thousand six. Though I'm not sure that he knew it was going to end up as part of the novel he was working on. It may have been a separate story then or it might have been an outtake that he wasn't planning to include in his note to me. He identified it as a short fiction. Submission the fact. The story is in a sensory thinking of Hemingway's nineteen twenty seven story hills like white. Elephants also makes me suspect that it was first written as a self contained piece. In Wallace's story and in Hemingway's a young couple for would not be convenient to have a baby talk awkwardly around the idea of abortion without ever using the word in the Wallace Story. Unlike in the Hemingway. The young couple are devout Christians who have to grapple with the concept from that point of view as well as you will hear. I'll be talking some more after the story but now here's good. People by David Foster Wallace good people. They were up on a picnic table at the park by the lake by the edge of Lake with part of a down tree in the shallows half hidden by the Bank Lane Dean junior and his girlfriend both in blue jeans and button up shirts. They sat up on the tables top portion and had their shoes on the bench part that people sat on a picnic or fellowship together and carefree times it gone to different high schools but the same junior college where they had met in campus ministries. It was springtime and the parks grass was very green in the air suffused with honeysuckle and lilacs. Both which was almost too much. There were bees and the angle of the sun made the water of the shallows. Look dark there had been more storms that week with some down trees in the sound of chainsaws all up and down. His parents street their postures on the picnic table. We're both the same forward kind with their shoulders rounded and elbows on their knees in this position the girl rocked slightly and once put her face in her hands but she was not crying. Lane was very still an immobile and looking past the bank at the down tree in the shallows and it's ball of exposed roots going all directions and the trees cloud of branches all half in the water. The only other individual nearby was dozen space tables away by himself standing upright looking at the torn up hole in the ground. There were the tree gone over. It was still early at an all. The shadows wheeling right and shortening. The girl were thin old checked cotton shirt with pro coloured snaps with the long sleeves down and always smelled very good and clean like someone you could trust and care about. Even if you weren't in Love Lane. Dean had liked the smell of her right away. His mother called her down to Earth and liked her thought she was good people. You could tell she made this evident in little ways the shallow slapped from different directions at the tree as if almost teething on it sometimes when alone and thinking or struggling to turn a matter over to Jesus Christ in prayer he would find himself putting his fist in his palm and turning it slightly as if still playing and pounding his glove to stay sharp and alert and center. He did not do this now. It will be cruel and indecent to do this now. The older individual stood beside his picnic table. He was added but not sitting unlooked also out of place in a suit coat or jacket and the kind of men's hat lanes grandfather wore and photos as a young insurance man. He appeared to be looking across the lake. If he moved lane. Didn't see it. He looked more like a picture than a man. There were not any ducks in view. One thing lane did was reassure her again that he'd go with her and be there with her. It was one of the few safer decent things he could really say the second time. He said it again now. She shook her head and laughed in an unhappy way. That was more just air out her nose. Her real life was different where he be was the waiting room. She said that he'd be thinking about her and feeling bad for her. She knew but he couldn't be in there with her. This was so obviously true that he felt like a nanny that he'd kept on about it and now knew what she thought. Every time he went. Set it it hadn't brought her comfort or ease the burden at all the worse. He felt the stiller. He sat the whole thing felt balanced on a knife or wire if he moved to put his arm up or touch her. The whole thing could tip over. He hated himself for sitting so frozen. He could almost visualize himself tiptoeing. Pass something explosive. A big stupid looking tiptoe like in a cartoon the whole last black had been this way and it was wrong. He knew it was wrong. Knew something was required of him. That was not this terrible frozen care and caution but he pretended to himself did not know what it was was required. He pretended it had no name. He pretended that not saying aloud. What he knew to be right and true was for her sake was for the sake of her needs and feelings. He also worked dock and routing at ups on top of school but a trade it to get the day off after they decided together two days before he had awakened very early and tried to pray but could not. He was freezing more and more solid. He felt like that he had not thought of his father the blank frozenness of his father even in church which had once filled him with such pity. This was the truth lane. Dean junior felt son on one arm as he pictured in his mind an image of himself on a train waving mechanically to something that got smaller and smaller as the train pulled away. His father and his mother's father had the same birthday. A cancer Sherry's hair was coloured almost corn blonde very clean the skin through central part pink in the sunlight. They'd sat here long enough. That only their right side was shaded. Now he could at her head but not at her different parts of him felt unconnected to each other. She was smarter than him and they both knew it. It wasn't a school lane was an accounting and business and did all right. He was hanging in there. She was a year older twenty but it was also more. She had always seemed to lane to be on good terms with her life. In a way that age could not account for his mother had put it that she knew what is she wanted which was nursing and not an easy program at Peoria Junior College and plus she worked hostessing at the embers and had bought her own car. She was serious in a way lane light. She had a cousin that died when she was thirteen. Fourteen that she'd loved and been close with only talked about it that once. He liked her smell and her down the arms and the way she exclaimed when something made her laugh he like just being with her and talking to her she was serious in her faith and values in a way that lane had liked and now sitting here with her on. The table found himself. Afraid of this was an awful thing. He was starting to believe that he might not be serious. In his faith he might be somewhat of a hypocrite like the Assyrians in Isaiah which would be a far graver sending the appointment. He has decided he believed

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Ritchie Has Goal, Assist In Boston Bruins’ 4-3 Win Over Dallas Stars

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Ritchie Has Goal, Assist In Boston Bruins’ 4-3 Win Over Dallas Stars

"Sports the Bruins are back in business yeah absolutely David Foster knock Brad marsh and Charlie Coyle even the new guy Nick Ritchie scored goals and the Bruins four three win over the stars of the garden nice bounce back for coach Bruce Cassidy's bunch after of lousy effort against the flames the leadership the guys will to compete and win lose and good talent in there either goalie goes and we know we have a chance to answer a lot of things that go into it but yes it probably starts with the kind of identity the team the culture of the team that there's a standard we're gonna play two we didn't get to it the last few nights and we want to make sure we got to it tonight bees at the islanders tomorrow Celtics will host the rockets then as

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Ritchie has goal, assist in Bruins' 4-3 win over Stars

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Ritchie has goal, assist in Bruins' 4-3 win over Stars

"Two goals under two minutes late in period to help the Bruins skate past the stars for a four three win Brad Marchand's twenty sixth of the season with five sixteen left in the second game Boston a two to one lead newly acquired wing Nick Ritchie scored his first as a Bruin one minute and seventeen seconds later David Foster knocks NHL leading forty sixth goal held up as the winner after Miro Heiskanen made it a one goal game with two twenty four to play John Klingberg and Dennis carry on I've also scored for a Dallas team that had won seven of nine the Bruins have won twelve of fifteen Gethin Coolbaugh Austin

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Are 'RHOBH' Star Dorit Kemsley and Husband PK Headed for Divorce?

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Are 'RHOBH' Star Dorit Kemsley and Husband PK Headed for Divorce?

"You told me you have some major housewives gossip. I have major housewives. Gaza go has not been reported anywhere yet. It's it's sort of writing news breaking news but I will say it's kind of secondhand so it's sort of like a second hand on the grounds like hey less you don't care if it's sixteen pounds over here and we don't care if it's true and so I have become friendly with a woman who lives in London. Whose House is sand. There aren't many of them. Okay so right and and cool people because is it hard to get Bravo over there. Yeah they don't have Bravo. They air the shows on reality channel. And but it's two seasons old white and it's on during the middle of the afternoon but then there's a streaming service that you can get for like four pounds a month and it has all of the housewives all the Kardashians botched all the true crime. And I love it. They combine all the channels. Because they're like this is what you want. Yeah it's just like here's all the trash except fiance. What about love after lockup unclear? I'm not the only person that what about below deck below deck is on there which I will just take this moment to announce l. even saying this but we are going to start covering below deck properly properly. Just got an soon. We're catching up. We're doing what we do with Vanderbilt. Many years ago we the people have spoken summer house. I cannot do that love summer. Okay speak to it. It's my favourite current Bravo. Show really. Yeah and I think it's like the people you like all the people even though they behave badly They're attractive and like they have been together for a while so there's some like good complicated dynamics so they know each other. 'cause I love those shows where it's like we're throwing people in here that have no history? Yeah it started as that but as it's gone on. They've had some really good addition. I guess I'm saying that but I've never I right but like like you get a who knew them or you know so so. I made friends with this woman. Who's the house is fan? And she told me that she has a friend with a big house in Saint John's Wood in London which is like the Bel Air Upper West Side of London and he has a very large house with a guest house. And there's someone. Who's staying in the guesthouse currently Colorado? Because he's getting a divorce is carol. No He's getting divorced meaning. They're now with him meaning. They are now with him but they have separated having announced to the press yet but are supposedly getting this man famous. This man is a house husband. Okay okay okay. So big couples getting divorced. Yes meaning leaks no God okay. Okay what can I get a city richards well? The person is in London. Dorando mentally now. She wasn't even married. I just I'm thinking her connection but it is a Beverly Hills House. Outspent weight is okay. Are you trying to tell me that? I'm trying to pieces together. That househusband is now going to date a housewife. No a house husband who we think is currently with the housewife has moved to London. Okay Okay Kelsey grammer. No David Foster. No the fucked up surgeon Paul. No God I'm you don't say Mr Girardi know who? Pk What yes. No yes. I can't believe I didn't guess him. I was a big enough head. You're right you're just fucked back since I can't keep track of where they're from. It's true that's on me for not guessing. I'm Uncle Medication. And that's on me. I know everyone was screaming at their radio kidding. So supposed to me everything. She told me she didn't have a lot of details. But that debris called it off and that. Pk has gone is living in a in this house in London by himself. Because they're about to get divorced. Oh my God and that's kind of all I currently that's enough. That's enough whether it's true or not. It's enough just to just to entertain the idea so have they sold their Beverly Hills House. I thought they were so in love. I am surprised too because I thought that I mean if she stuck with him this far why would she leave now and I feel like she did a very good job selling their love. Yes in the face of like emily and change. He's doing a terrible. She's just clear she hates him. It's like a Dorito. Joe Isla God. I was like okay as much as I do. Not Care for PK. I was like pay. They seem to have something against all odds. Yes you know. He's in the showroom. China help her. Thong bathing suit. Business like he's he's involved now as boy George living in house. That is all that I know. Wow you heard it here first. We've never had breaking news. We've had like v Hann News. I mean this might be like national enquirer breaking news where it just ends up being like. I gossip our listeners. Don't Care No. We never checked to source. We don't need to and we won't. Yeah but I asked this woman I was like I'm going to the next we can. I like say this on the air and she was like. Oh yeah I asked my friend. He's totally fine with that. I WANNA say to your friend your hero and thank you for your sincerely. Thank you for your service. Wow yes and then a hero. Come out thank you. Brian wouldn't injure what a way to start. What a Zing I know Torri NBK and where are the kids unclear? They're here bat. Houses that monstrosity. How lost money on it. Maybe but I might biking financial stuff. Push them over the edge well and I also think that as you saw with him dealing with the business he changed the name without telling her he was really taking over and I think she's probably making most of the money now and was like. Hey Why am I sitting? Control the jerk. I don't think she's making Armez plate money anymore. She is not no but okay. I don't think he's ever had are not going to be no she never did. I mean it's a house of cards literally. Do we think this is gonNA play out on the season? I don't think so. I think that's why we're sitting on it or sending me

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Pastrnak gets hat trick, Bruins beat Canadiens 4-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Pastrnak gets hat trick, Bruins beat Canadiens 4-1

"Make it four hat tricks for David Foster not this season as the all stars scoring barrage help the Bruins beat the rival Canadians four to one foster knock scored twice in the game's first twenty four plus minutes before capping his ninth career hat trick late in period to after a failed Canadians clear in the crease linemate Brad Marchand says the best may be yet to come for the twenty three year old Boston OCW kind of scary to to kind of look where his ceiling might be you continues to push and continues to get better and you know so it it's fun to watch it's fun to play with them Austin knock also reclaim the NHL lead in goals with forty one Marco Scandella had the lone goal for Montreal guessing cooled off Boston

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Why The Rise of Passive Investing Might Be Distorting The Market

Odd Lots

09:54 min | 1 year ago

Why The Rise of Passive Investing Might Be Distorting The Market

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the odd lots podcast. I'm Tracy alloway and I'm Joe Weisenthal. So Joe I tweeted something recently early and It provoked a large response on social media. It's weird how that happens right. You tweeted something that provoked a response. I I find it very hard to believe. I know it's outrageous but I was talking about. Have you heard of the fire of movement. Yes vaguely like I am familiar with it. It's has to do with people Retiring early right. Yeah so it's fire as an F. R. E. and it stands for financial independence retire early and the basic idea is you can save a lot of money and if you invest it wisely you can retire at an early age like in your thirties and supposedly it's it can work out for for. Even normal people are people on normal normal salaries. We're not talking about really wealthy people and the thing that I always find really interesting about. It is when you go and read about how people are actually investing investing that money so that they can retire early. They're almost all talking about doing it themselves. And be through passive investments events like. ATS right exactly right. So people think they live frugally. They they work for several years. They live frugally. But but then they sort of have this confidence that historical returns that we've seen in stock and bond markets throughout the world will always be there for them in the future and so they just put a bunch of money in passive. ETF's or you know it passive ish ETF's and then they count on that existing for the rest of their lives and then they do something. I don't know they go on. Read it or tweet for the next from thirty five until that's right and the reason I find. This wasn't so bad to me to be honest I would be. I would do that if I if I had confidence. You can see the going up for sure but the reason I find it so interesting. From a market perspective is to me it hits upon like a number for a very very important themes but really it hits upon this question of whether or not the fire movement can exist without the bull market that we've seen for the last ten years right like it's very easy to say dump all your money in something like You know a vanguard total stock market. ETF and just watch it soar. When that's the thing that's been happening for years and years and years? Well I'll say two things. One is certainly raises. The question about whether this subculture can continue to exist but it also raises another question about people who aren't in that subculture but in a way have defacto in fact he'll bought into because this mantra that we've gotten from Sort of the media and fund management industry is okay. Most people aren't saying you should try to retire at thirty five or forty but this idea never try to time. The market never pick individual stocks. Just have a broad diversified provide basket of ETF that you may be rebalanced every once in a while has become so intense and extreme and everyone's being pushed to invest like that so even if you are one one of the fire people on read it it still raises the question. Of how much is everyone else who is not planning on per se. Retiring early. Essentially bought into Olis' extreme version of the same story absolutely and you'll see a lot of the investment advice set. The fire people talk about is actually very very similar to advice given to people generally generally when it comes to their 401k's and stuff like that passive is supposed to be cheaper. It's supposed to be much better. But what if there's a downside to passive of investing we've spoken about active versus passive on the podcast before but we haven't done that much on how passive investing might actually be changing the the way the market functions. No absolutely and it's such an important question given as we've been talking about how many people have portfolios in which the only action they do is just add to the same basket of three or four. ATF's every single month working lives. It's been fantastic since the crisis with incredible rally in stocks and bonds simultaneously but as they say Past performance no guarantee of future returns. This is true all all right. Well I'm happy to say that we have the perfect person to talk about this today. our guest is Mike Greene. He's the chief strategist and portfolio manager over at Logica a capital investors. Mike thanks for being on. Thank you for having me so I guess my first question is. How did you get interested in at this? Particular area examining the impact of passive investing on the broader market. Is that something that you are observing in your sort of day job. Well the way I think of my day job is to really try to understand the market structure. I'm not a traitor in the traditional sense wasn't trained on a prop desk or anything else and so you know I've always managed to make money by trying to figure out. Actually what people are being forced to do. What is the incentive structure? That's causing people to do what I think is fundamentally irrational rather than just saying. Hey they're crazy using stupid and this eventually stop the opportunity to dig in and understand. Actually the incentive structures that have been created the restraint requirements requirements for people to engage in certain transactions whether it's from a regulatory framework or whether that's from a an institutional framework basically built into their Prospectus this ultimately that can create the opportunity to identify trades that you think are irrational and have the potential to break as that behavior is brought to its logical extreme. That's how I stumbled onto this stuff. So what are in your view. The big structural trends or the big structural impositions on individual investors or pension refund or any other entity. That has a lot of money that are all causing people to sort of invest in the same way right now one of the big the key ideas here. So there's a couple of Keith. Things the first is is that the growth of passive investing has has been well documented right and the narrative behind the outperformance fundamentally built around the work of of Bill Sharpe. who was the father of of the sharp ratio The cap M Formula Etcetera His paper in Nineteen ninety-one called the arithmetic of active management management. Is this analysis that we've all heard that says fundamentally passive investors by definition are only matching the active investors in terms of their overall allocation. And so the difference is just GonNa it'd be fees which means that the active managers underperform. Everyone accepts this Today because we've seen the evidence of the outperformance of passive but very few people take time to go back and actually look at the construction of the problem. The assumptions that existed under that the assumptions are just absurd right so in in the definition of what a passive investor is according to Bill. Sharpe is that pass. Investors hold all the securities on the market. How do they get in? That's magic out of the get out. That's also magic. They never transact right the minute they transact they ceased to be passive investors and as we know passing vehicles or feeling with billions and billions of dollars of inflows on a daily and weekly basis there in the market transacting. They are the single largest trans actors actors. By far and as a result they have to be influencing the market they cannot be passive the fundamental premise on which this whole idea is built is flawed right. The second thing that has happened though is because passive investing has grown so large and so powerful. The resources to engage in lobbying efforts to institutionalize passive within the framework has expanded dramatically. Most people have a cursory familiarity with things like 401k plans. IRA's vast majority of Americans have some exposure go through their employer to these plans. Those rules have changed over the years. Through the lobbying efforts of passive players vanguard and Blackrock to inculcate passive of strategies into these vehicles under the premise that this is the best possible vehicle for the vast majority of Americans to invest in and it had the effect of creating this crowding crowding that is further accelerated the performance of the benchmarks that these are ultimately tied to Oman. Sorry there's so much just in the first a couple of minutes That I find really really fascinating. Oh why don't we go back to the first point. which is this idea that? When we're evaluating the performance silence of passive versus active where not actually taking into account the way that passive can influence the market? So how are you seeing passive investing actually impact the market. Now we're seeing it in a couple of different ways right One is that we're seeing a distinct performance advantage that is being created for those securities that are in indices that are being invested into by passive investors. This is fairly well studied phenomenon in terms of the dynamic. What's called index inclusion? So we have one off events in which we can look at securities that have been put into an index or have been injected from a widely traded index. And we see either. There is a distinct and permanent shift in the valuation the price levels associated with those securities. Mrs Well Documented Academic Literature with the literature editor has not studied is the dynamic of the continued inclusion the continued flow of capital and that becomes a harder problem because suddenly they're on par with all of the other constituents students in the index and they're all experiencing it all right so I I gave a speech several years ago in which I compared it to the David Foster Wallace. This is water right. The medium him in which we're actually participating as being skewed by the behavior of these passive flows.

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Jesus the Philosopher with Dr. Jonathan Pennington

Knowing Faith

09:09 min | 1 year ago

Jesus the Philosopher with Dr. Jonathan Pennington

"Here. We are and we are joined by Dr Jonathan Pinkston. Thank you for coming on the show. We're glad to have you. Hey I am absolutely thrilled. That's excellent so You are just wrapping up Sabbatical. You've just wrapped it up. That's right okay. And you're telling me before we jumped on Mike that Iran a bunch of fiction on Sabbatical. Yep Okay tell me what you were. Because I'm reading a bunch of fiction right now. Yeah well I always do. I often joke that I actually just professor to support my fiction in reading habits. Because I'm and I mostly listen to because that way I can just constantly listen to them when I'm sometimes walking driving doing dishes. London whatever So I listen veraciously. All kinds of things got some favorite authors like Ursula Gwynne and others but I just I just read Willa cather author. You know her. She was a famous nineteen twenty century. Her Book Called death comes for the archbishop. That was really good. I also read the entire David Foster oster wallace reader which is both fiction non fiction any Wallis. Some you know everything. Infinite Jest while infants all the way through that truth be told but all his essays everything it was fast essay that stands out to your hand. Yeah the one about the State Fair Illinois that was and and The one about television is a long essay about television. Its effect on people. Yeah so he wrote an essay on I think it's called collect. They've named a collection of essays this as well but both flash and not where he talks about tennis pros. Oh yeah that's right. That was man. It's incredible it was so he wrote that. I've never watched tennis in my life but after I read the essay I got on a bender with watching professional tennis. Yeah you don't you don't like sports. That actually have is that it is well. He's so ham fisted the rest of the very literally. Exactly I was GONNA say haven't reading David Foster ause because I've been watching football and I didn't you know what big game was on today. JV Edit tell somebody else's like is there a big game and they're like it was like who do you have today in college. Like is this the sports ball. Don't even Yeah Ursula. Gwen are you into science fiction too. I mean good science fiction. Science fiction is created equal. But I'm reading this collection of short stories by Ted. Yes absolute escalation escalation absolutely. No I just know cool. I like old school like okay. We'll Ted Chiang is amazing. I read the earlier collection and that the story and they're called the story of your life the basis for the movie movie arrival which is one of my all time favorite movies. Have we not talked about not using it got so. Hey it wasn't at Brad like several times and he did not get sick. Okay we'll start talking about cross fit or are you still there. Okay listen if you have not read Ted Cheese amazing. He's incredible okay. So that's Dr Pennington Worley. co-signing an endorsement. If you listen to this podcast broadcast hanging in there for you. We love to have you know. We're we're glad to have Dr. Go ahead please. Oh no no no no what is amazing about him and league win is the same way and you should care about this and you should try. Is that a think a lot. About the power of language in shaping our thinking An culture yeah and so both Lin Chang are constantly thinking about how we say things and the way we structure our society and how languages connected that. That's why that that movie arrival. Yeah did you ever see that. Yeah so it's not language it was about how I know amy. Yeah on that one whitaker's in it too right. The Guy Blackhawk as well as listening. I have a big crush on her. She reminds me of my childhood crush. Elizabeth Montgomery say an actual the person's name and that person would be listening going. Oh I never even knew that he was with again where he's an actual person. You might actually be witched. Oh Man who can forget are- even recording. This has been hot. No we are although I could talk to you about Hans Fictional the rest of the time that we have together. Dr Painting is a professor and author posture preacher. He's written a number of books. He has a friend to the TV institute. Big Friend Friend town this week and teaching It's been my favorite time of the year. It's the most wonderful time of the year so even when we started the training program one of the hopes was bringing in outside speakers Experts in their field but are also churchman. Church women people who who want to to do theology or new tests ultimate cities at the highest level in the academy but can also translate to the local church and we didn't know it was gonNA work five years ago But we brought you back five times so it's worked. It's pretty well and you know this. Our students have just really gravitated towards you. And I've also seen you Avenue now for seven eight years or so You've always been a wonderful the teacher and a good friend. But even as you've been preaching more your church just seeing God used that to shape you into a just a beautiful person into theologian into a real. You're a real person. You know what I mean by the air you're dealing with substantive issues but you're also living In a broken world that we're living in and you're able to speak speak in both of those worlds. Yeah so grateful for that well. It's the teaching works because of hungry people could be up there doing my stick and if people were hungry angry it wouldn't be the same. It's an interaction and so you guys have created something so beautiful here of hungry people who are seeking the Lord and trying to figure out their lives and and so it's annoying to come in and it's been fun part of that so you've been in town this weekend speaking about the gospel of Matthew. And would you say that has been where your focus has been the last number of years. It sounds like yeah so I had the great privilege of doing a PhD. In Matthew hasn't stopped since and I always when I think about Matthew I always think what he says in an esoteric way in chapter. Thirteen that The scribe train for the Kingdom of Heaven continues to bring out of his treasure house else. Things old and new and so we've been studying this book of Matthew for two thousand years and they're still. I've been studying for twenty years and every time I read it I see do things. They didn't see it especially everytime I preach from it one of the things that I've been amazed even though not write articles or books teach. It's when I go go to preach a passage that I come to understand it I think in its fullest way. What do you think that is I wanted to ask you about the the process of rediscovery? So somebody's many. Listen to this like okay. I'm on my Bible Reading Plan and I've done it faithfully the last twenty years. I'm coming up on a book of the Bible. I've Read Twenty Times Thirty Times Forty Times. What is some of that process of rediscovery for you as you walk the same path over and over again? How like where does that come from? Does it never feel like it's just old hat like well. Of course you know. This is what what he's doing here in the Greek and this matthew. This is a typical matthew. Move that he's making right here. Like what does rediscovery somebody no no but but what is But what does it look like. What rediscovery look like? Somebody's spending lots of time in one book of the Bible. Yeah I I think it is a it is a literary and theological Michael masterpiece and the reason. We're still reading it. Two thousand years later is obviously. It's in the Bible. We believe it's inspired. But it is a masterpiece. The reason it's still worth worth reading over and over and and a great piece of literature is one that you've reread. I just wanted to read once. And the more so structured and I always remind students that it by the time matthews written this thing down. He's been pondering and praying and preaching teaching and rearranging and editing for like thirty years. Probably by the time. He's this is is his magnum opus. This is as great piece. Just like we would read You know brothers Karamazov for something over and over and you'll see things in it even more. This is a masterpiece. Sure piece and you never get tired of it. I think the other thing and this is why things I so appreciate about all you guys. I'm thinking of Jan.. How much joy her books to her experience? As a teacher feature I think you'd probably affirm this that when you go to teach you go from passive learning to active learning and so that's what I think is amazing that I'm teaching teaching and preaching for Matthew. That's when I come to understand it more. I think you guys build things into the institude. Were there reversing say. Yeah I think so. I think a big part of the reason why I never gets boring is because I'm an active reader passive reader

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The Happy Foot/Sad Foot Sign of Los Angeles

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

04:26 min | 1 year ago

The Happy Foot/Sad Foot Sign of Los Angeles

"On monocle. Twenty four brought to you by the team behind the urban est the show. What about the cities we live in this week? MANACLES COLLARTOO Rabelo. Takes us to the neighborhood of Silverlake in Los Angeles to show story of an unassuming thanks city icon a rotating sign outside foot clinic and trade. Let's listen in. There are many things that define the city of Los Angeles Palm Trees. The Hollywood sign film film studios scattered around and Winding Hills. That surround the city. One thing that I discovered upon moving there was that for residence of the east side that it is around as Silverlake and echo park areas. There's another item to be added to that list. The humble happy foot slash sad foot sign at first glance it might seem odd that the billboard of a podiatrist has become the unsung hero of a neighborhood. Mud there's more to the story than this sitting in the intersection between Sunset Boulevard and Benton way this blue sign advertises the foot clinic back in an unassuming strip mall one of the money that you can find in this car. Centric city with a Navy blue background to cartoons grace as the sign on one side a happy and healthy foot and on the other hand bandaged up sat foot holding on for dear life to a pair of of crutches every day and night assign slowly rotates on US access and here it's where the mystique surrounding its it's existence begins to make sense. You see this is one of the busiest intersections in the city and as scores drive by on their way to work important meetings a date or to simply hang out with friends. The sign has kind of become a sort of fortune teller for residence. If when when you drive by you see too happy foot that could be taken as a sign that you'll have a good day or be successful at a particular event or a goal that you have coming up or maybe you should say yes to something on the other hand if you stumble upon the sad fort while that's bad news for you from the Urban Tarot card reader. Perhaps you want go to that gym class after all or want. Make that phone call or worse you have have to brace for. What's not going to be a good day at all of course as with any superstition? This is not inaccurate. Fortune fortune-telling instrument. There's something quite mystical about this. Humble sign being embraced and cherished by Angelenos while having such an impact Own Their state of mind and decision making capabilities but this is not just an urban tale. The happy I sat foot sign has been immortalized. Allies in popular culture to it is featured in Jonathan Lethem's novel you don't love me yet. On David Foster Wallace's the Pale king in music deals have track titled Sad Foot Sign Serve. ooh And the musician back has spoken about it. In an interview to despite its cult following last year residents woke woke up to worrying news the foot clinic was moving premises and the sign was going to be taken down and destroyed a pop. Up Store was launch to help save an restored. The happy for sat foot blue sign. Here you could buy pins t shirts hats and more featuring the iconic collaborations of the two feet in September when it got taken down the team behind the store why kit trading post decided to take the signed signed to their store in east Hollywood while the clinic the side Swat to do it. It's not the same as driving by it every day but if it's any consolation consolation it means that the sign still belongs to Angelinos and hopefully we'll be back to. Its rotating position in an unassuming intersection soon. For now I'll take solace in the fact that whenever I

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Pastrnak hat trick helps Bruins hold off Jets 5-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Pastrnak hat trick helps Bruins hold off Jets 5-4

"Check the brusque third period Tippin cap the surge of two Bruins goals in thirty three seconds as Boston rally past Winnipeg five to four David Foster not completed his seven career hat trick with his NHL leading thirty fifth goal with eight forty seven to play moments before teammates David Chretien Charlie McEvoy's set the brusque up for his second goal is this a good play was face of immigration is try it and then because such really shouldn't try to stick on and was lucky enough to be together Yaroslava lock made seventeen saves to get first place Boston a second straight win after dropping ten of fifteen mark safely in Kyle Connor each scored their twenty second for the jets who have lost nine of fourteen given Coolbaugh Boston

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Oilers surge past Bruins for 4-1 victory

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Oilers surge past Bruins for 4-1 victory

"Eighteenth Connor McDavid ranked in the Florida Oilers prevailed state four shot to one just against over the fifty Bruins in a five battle percent of the lease NHL on talent the seventh make ranked David's global twenty cardinals third goal home produced court his league leading knocking sixty them off fifth seventy point in eight the game to featuring sixty five four of the NHL's in top J. Walker five point led scores Florida state in three with of twenty the top three ten goalscorers points they moved Leon to thirteen dry and subtle two on netted the year his three team and one leading of the conference twenty fourth Jordan gate on wore Hasen led all Darnell scorers nurse with thirty also scored two points for Edmonton as the cards dropped nurse to eleven says the in Oilers three feel two validated and one in after the league winning a game will that Clark was chock global full of all star talent we know we're capable of doing the show time we we lay seven runs an axe from the governor same out for the same company that we had David Foster knock scored his league leading thirty first goal for the Bruins as their nine game point streak was snapped Geffen Coolbaugh Boston

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Dubois scores in OT, Blue Jackets beat Bruins 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Dubois scores in OT, Blue Jackets beat Bruins 2-1

"Pierre Luc do boss scored fifty two seconds into overtime in the blue jackets came back to beat the Bruins to to want to buy lifted sept Jones passed through the slot in the two one one pass Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask for the O. T. winner sunny Milano had the tying goal early in the third as Columbus extended its season best point streak to twelve games coach John Tortorella says there isn't one individual to thank for the blue jackets success we don't have any stars we we just we play as a team and I thought Tony made a big play at the end blueberries apoc at the end of but everybody contributed Boston's David Foster knock scored his league leading thirty eighth goal midway through the second and Rask finished with thirty one saves the Bruins have lost ten of fourteen get some cool Boston

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Bruins win 7th straight, rally to beat Canadiens 3-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Bruins win 7th straight, rally to beat Canadiens 3-1

"The Bruins picked up where they left off against the rival Canadians in a three one win five days after blowing them out eight to one in Montreal David back to score the winner with nine thirty one left in period three in his return from injury after Boston trailed wanted nothing after two periods back it's had missed nearly a month following a scary collision with other one Scott Savarin David Foster knocks league leading twenty fifth goal tied it early in the third and check the brawl scored after back is to him the Bruins their seventh straight win Jole army I have the Canadians lone goal in their eighth straight defeat Geffen Coolbaugh Boston

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Marchand, Pastrnak lead Bruins past Sabres 3-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Marchand, Pastrnak lead Bruins past Sabres 3-2

"The danger is to what Brad Marchand that David Foster not carry the Bruins to a three two win over the Sabres March and scored twice for his fourteenth and fifteenth goals of the season including a power play strike to make it to the one with five fifteen left in the second pasta knocks NHL leading twentieth goal on a power play two minutes into the third held up as the winner despite seventy three points between them posture not isn't ready to declare himself in March and the sport's best offense in tandem I don't think about other because having greater mystery you know and then to playing together for a while as a line and and you know we have our place to craft made thirty six saves including a save of the year candidate on a diving blocker save early in the third Geffen Coolbaugh Boston

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Oshie ties it, Caps beat Bruins 3-2 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Oshie ties it, Caps beat Bruins 3-2 in shootout

"Jake a broader has the capital's back on track after scoring the shootout winner in Washington three two victory over the Bruins in a battle of the eastern conference's top two teams Parana skated in from the right track the puck and score gloves light on the capital's fifth shootout attempt the win came at night after a five two loss at Montreal snapped Washington's thirteen game point streak David Foster knocks NHL leading seventeenth goal early in the second gave the Bruins a two one lead they would hold on to that until T. J. Oshie is one time or in the slot tied it with fifty eight point six seconds remaining Geffen Coolbaugh Boston

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano
"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david foster" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

chicago edward p jones david foster wallace vanessa michael clayton camille steven soderbergh mike nichols sir giordano