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"dr pool" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the liberty report with us. Today as chris rose any are co hosts chris. Welcome to the program to be with you. Dr pool very good chris. You and i've talked about What are subjects you will be today. And it has to do with an article written by one of our staff people adam dick and his up on their rpi site and he goes into some of the dangers. We've talked about this Daniel and i certainly have. And you and i have to the dangers of this passport. Saying you know the mess of it especially the vaccine passport. So a distortion of medical care and civil liberties it's just the horror and he points that out as main theme of his article was that You know it's it's a vaccine passport and there are some very short cars but the biggest one is morph into something else and it'll be a vaccine at Is is the universal passport. And that's what we want to talk about today. The potential dangers of that. And i think we already see that happening One of the most disturbing things that I've had to watch and see is when there's when there's a argument or a concern about this The administration and the cdc are getting tremendous support from the big big businesses corporations. And it seems like they're always already using as a tool maybe they're succumbing to pressure from the government because governments have a lot of control over social media in sometimes people and social media or the banking system or whatever are sympathetic to what they're trying to do there sympathetic to one world government and they sort of go along with it but From the very beginning. I think Most libertarians have been very very leery of this and it's getting Worse in some regards. chris i have to admit i keep my fingers crossed always looking for you know a better outcome and Even though the is becoming more determined it's becoming international and yet at the same time. We're seeing that. The resistance is building so if we don't do anything else other than give the people who tend to want to resist and think they should resist and they need some ammunition to resist some of this Authoritarianism at growing along with growing around the Universal passport the vaccine passport so That is our goal today. So chris Let me have a couple of words about vaccine passports. Yes thank you. Dr paul and i do recommend everyone Adam is a great writer. At the ron paul institute website. He writes a couple times a week and he always comes through..

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"dr pool" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Again this time on vinko ventures who has options traders piling into the name. We'll give you more including who that is. This episode of fast money is brought to you by the return of the showtime series. Billions starring emmy winners. Paul giamati and damian lewis. In the second half of season five continued presence of powerful billionaire. Mike prince played by emmy winner. Corey stoll sends ripples through acts capital giving chuck roads and new weapon in. Its fight against bobby. Axelrod the war wages on as alliances form get ripped apart and form a new who will stop at nothing to come out on top. The stakes have never been higher in the world of new york. Power politics get ready for new episodes of the series. Npr calls television at its best. Billions premiere sunday september. Fifth only on showtime back fast pay pal popping today on news. You heard here i on. Cnbc sources telling kate rooney paid pals getting into the stock trading business pay power reportedly holding talks with potential partners in the brokerage industry to roll this out. Here's a pay pow. Finishing the day nearly four percent higher on news. It's interesting news in robin. But then shortly. After kate broke that news. You had a headline that the sec is poking around banning the idea of payment for order flow. I mean to me that would make pay pals plans de away and make robinhood hurting. I mean yes if that actually came through. I'm assuming that it's probably a lot of just kind of saber rattling right now or trial balloon to see what that is but wall street has a pretty powerful lobby. I would be surprised if payment for order flow was completely banned. It might change a bit for me when i looked at pay pal today. I was a little surprised. Robert going down made sense to me would didn't make sense to me was coined base. Not going down. This pay pal is effectively. Trying to be a coin base base of robin hood and a charles schwab altogether and maybe even a square altogether. So i would put pressure on a lot of those other ones. I really that announcement for papal guy dummy would you agree me in the market loved it. But does that mean it's going to happen. I mean pay pals trading platform. Why not i mean jamie diamond if you go back. No you know this back in january. He made a comment that you know we. Should we talk about we. The banks should be all scared. Blacklists of what's coming in terms of fintech any sort of followed up with that back. In april and j. p. morgan is probably the best suited in terms of taking these guys and gals on. But i think it's i think you do stay with pay pal here for a myriad of different reasons that lease which this i think the stock has a real chance to test that prior high. We made a few months ago at three hundred eight or there or thereabouts. Yeah tim i mean pay pal you think about what it was just tucked inside of ebay based market cap is now. I think an eighth of pay pal. I mean they have figured out this game but you just wonder i mean. I think we're the only five people in america. Not starting up a fintech. Actually some you guys might remind already have done that. You just wonder how crowded that space is be. Yeah actually brown. I've got a big announcement to make on the show tonight. Now just kidding. I do think that the story here for pay pal is something that by the way on the second quarter numbers ebay if anything Was the compression around there. Take a pay rate. They're trying to roll it off faster than you know than than and and that makes a lot of sense. Dan schulman at their investor. Day somewhere really in the winter Made a point to say We expect our super app which is going to have a lot more than the ability. Just to trade crypto currencies. Which by the way so. They're already kind of in this game But they want to add a lot more of a value proposition. because they don't want people just to be Spending their money in parking their money on pay. They want them to be making money. And they've made this very clear. So the question really comes down to pay pal Is it you know what's the price you're paying for this. I think before this type of news in management analysts are comfortable. You know anywhere from forty to fifty to sixty times on paypal and when you think about their growing thirty thirty five percent In those two q numbers or excuse me annually and that their volume was up forty five to fifty percent. That's why they're getting this multiple. I don't think the sec announcement. Today by the way i think. Good news for the sec. Getting out there and gary gansler is very focused on transparency. And these dr pools and the dynamics there. I think are something to be spending time on I don't think that that necessarily puts a death nail and all the people that talk about this kind of a business in any way you know what. I just thought of it tim. We're going to start an app. That has transparency financials. We're gonna call. It seem more. Sei r. e. you. And i you like it like what's going on there. Yeah reverse back two billion dollars valuation tomorrow coming up. Read it trader.

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"dr pool" Discussed on The Purple Principle

The Purple Principle

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on The Purple Principle

"Audio from her season. One guess jeff cava service. He's the widely respected historian at the niskanen center. An author of rule ruin on the demise of moderate republicans. Moderate republicanism took a nasty hit in nineteen sixty four. When barry goldwater the very conservative arizona. Senator became the gop presidential nominee. And that was significant. Not just because a conservative for the first time sees the nomination but also because barry goldwater was one of the few republican legislators in congress to vote against the nineteen sixty four civil rights act and that had long standing in permanent repercussions but really the problems begin worse with newt gingrich in nineteen ninety-four election and moderates have really been marginalized in the party at this point. Which is odd thing isn't it. The republican party moves right over time opening up an opportunity for democrats to possibly convert some moderate republicans and maybe some right-leaning independence but so many democrats particularly house move even further left. It makes zero sense until you think about the psychology of that situation and what we call affect of polarization which is another great element in edsall columns not just politics. But the psychology that makes seemingly mysterious policy positions so popular and so politically potent. Polarization is nothing if not complex and i think we can safely say that. Today's guests thomas. Edsall is a great interpreter of that complexity and a major conduit between mainstream journalism and really important scholarship. You cite a lot in your writing a lot of academic research annum wondering if you can think of a few of your favorite relatively recent really incisive studies from the past few years that you think americans should familiarize themselves west. I think there's a woman who just moved from university of maryland to johns hopkins university. Lilliana mason who is written about affective polarization. And i thought she was really been apart near on that front once. We are in a group. We'll think our group is the best and we think that the other groups are less good and if we're in competition with those groups we begin to hate them although along with her. There's a stanford scholar shanto e anger who also has been a pioneer in this field. This is the field where instead of polarization by issues they are finding polarization by personal animosity or support for your team and opposition to the other team. Regardless if issues political attitudes on are characterized by the deep sense of. Ill will the problem is that it has now spilled over. It is far. It extends far beyond the political domain. Already prejudice is now characterizing daily into personal. Their work has been breakthrough work. The same is true with jonathan. Hate who is now at the nyu school of business. but he's a social psychologist. So the worst number of political parties to have in a country is one. Okay that's terrible but the second number is two and that's what we have in the united states. He is tops in his field. But i'm really going to neglect people by doing. This is another woman. Julie wants w. r. o. n. s. k. i. at the university of mississippi who was been very insightful about political animosity this narrative especially within american politics is that authoritarianism works in our society because it splits people across the parties. And i really should mention. Also ashley giardina j. a. r. d. i n. a. duke who really established the reemergence of white identity as a factor. What i'm interested in understanding. How many white americans in the united states are responding to the us becoming far more racially diverse than it was in the past and so part of the phenomenon that i'm talking about and i'm uncovering as the fact that they're a sizable number of whites in the united states. Today who feel a sense of identity or attachment or solidarity with their racial group and that solidarity matters for how they view the political world in recent years some whites have developed a sense of being white as opposed to as being the norm and that's was crucial to the emergence of donald trump. This idea of effective polarization became very important as a way to explain why this intense animosity to democrats that emerged in white working. class communities. Trump has provoked while he basically tapped into areas at people. Psychology and make up had not been recognized as insignificant. In many of these feels. It may seem odd to give him credit but he really sort of lifted up the rock on america and so did there. Were a lot of pretty strange bugs floating around that people had not been looking at and they are big bucks. You can see it. On the january sixth assault on the capital but also in this there are millions of republicans who believe the election was stolen despite all the evidence millions upon millions tens of millions really and this is really an extraordinary phenomena. A whole party changed. Its point of view because donald trump arose and became the anti immigrant anti free trade. The whole party shifted gears. The evangelical community in effect abandoned its requirements that it's favored candidates live up to a high moral standard as someone who's covered politics. Since really since the mid sixties i hate to admit is just extraordinary to see this this This is bigger than the reagan revolution. It's an as may not be as big as he writes. Revolutions the civil rights women's rights. But it is a really significant development in america and speaking of historic developments another scholar. You're probably familiar with his doctor keith. Poole he created the data on congressional floor votes throughout american history. That's now the ucla vote view database. And we have an important quote here from dr pool in season. One of the show and we did that from seventeen. Eighty nine all the way to the prison day Beginning roughly around the late. Nineteen nineties and end of the two thousands. The party started separating to the point. Now where is not really liberal conservatives. Just devolved into pure hatred of the other party. I worry about the stability of our institutions because of that so that's had data scientists talking about pure hatred. which is a little worrisome. Did that hit you about the same time. It hit dr pool in.

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"dr pool" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Coming up. We will get results. That sox thinking the after hours but in the meantime here's what's coming up next. Is there something dark lurking in the markets. A former high frequency trader joins us next to weigh in plus chairs. Gm hitting a roadblock and driving lower the traders are kicking the tires on this trade. We've got that and a lot more when fast money returns get an edge invest like a pro access. Cnbc's live streams around the globe unparalleled access to cnbc. Experts actionable investor insights and ideas. Start your free trial today at cnbc dot com slash pro. We are taking a real close look at market structure and i recently started You know engaging on twitter into some of his twitter followers that are writing about dark clothes we are looking very closely at this market structure. It so many of our orders retail public orders are not going to the lit markets. But are going to internalize hers. Going to wholesalers were attacking the retail public trades rather than sending them to the stocking stages was sec chair. Gary gansler speaking exclusively to cnbc earlier today about the retail investor. But our next guest says the needs to do much more to level the playing field. Let's bring in. Dave lower former citadel trader and ceo urban. A dave great to have you with us. Thanks so much for having me on. I appreciate it. it's nice that gansler is engaging with the twitter community. But i know looking at the twitter communities comments about what gansler said today that there is a lot of skepticism about whether or not the sec kanter will in fact do anything from your perspective. What do you think is the number. One thing that the sec should be focused on when it comes to this. Particular matter of routing order flow to wholesalers as opposed to let exchanges. I appreciate the skepticism. Been sort of in this conversation. Now for almost ten years and i've heard about holistic reviews of market structure and and the need to study. And i i feel like it's something that we hear a lot of and we see little action and i think the most important thing that we should be focusing on from a market structure perspective is the fact that almost half of all trading is happening off exchange and in some retail heavy names. You're seeing more than seventy percent of the volume executed in these internalisers wholesaling systems and that's damaging the markets it's widening spreads and it's a significant information advantage for all for those two firms sit on virtue who operated do fact a de facto duopoly in the internalisation market so. I think that we should be looking at better disclosures and i think we should be looking at rules similar to other countries. You know. this isn't a controversial thing. Canada europe the uk. Australia all have very strong rules. That prevent the internalisation off exchange execution of small orders while preserving that function functionality for institutional orders david's karen thanks for being on so just so i understand clearly when you talk about disclosure. You saying make the dark pools transparent and that that should help solve the problem. I would like to see more transparency. But i think we've done a good job there. I better disclosures thinking around short positions and derivatives that type of thing the issues around failures to deliver naked shorting. I think we need much. Better disclosures in that area which is a major area of concern and then in terms of off exchange trading. I think we should require material. Price improvement for small orders for off exchange trading. And in saying that i'm only echoing what citadel said in a comment letter in two thousand and four were. They made the identical arguments. That i'm making here. Someone argue dave though that with payment for order flow effectively but but the notion that that retail orders retail trades or routed to internalisers wholesalers instead of markets that they are getting better pricing. Is there trigger this that they're getting better pricing relative to a wider spread and this is so important to understand The way that we route orders to retail it means that those orders do not go to lit markets and by taking those orders. Away from lit markets you widen the spreads because everyone wants to trade against those orders. Those orders are profitable for market makers. So all i'm arguing that we have open competition for order flow at that should not be a controversial thing. In capitalist markets. Get get that those orders onto exchanges let all the market makers compete for them. You would tighten spreads and you would still get price improvement and size improvement for those retail orders. So i i'm convinced that net net we would see far better execution quality even for retail let alone institutional asset managers who would benefit from those tighter spreads by twenty-five percent or more. So basically what you're saying. Is that that right now. The system is such that you might get a better price. But that's like saying you're getting something at twenty percent discount after it's already been marked up forty percent or something like that right basically. It looks better but it's really not because that's spread so wide that's right and if you look at other markets around the world they actually have lower execution costs than the us if you compensate for at the back of the us market is much bigger and you control for company size But i've seen reports of that that show that execution in markets with less off exchange trading are lower. And that's what we should aspire to in the us. Dave great to have you with us. Thanks for joining us. Thanks thanks for having dave lower on tim seymour. We may not. We some have made the argument on this show that things have never been better for the retail investor. Do you still stick by that this point. Well look. I think there's a comment here that you could make an argument that this this do -opoly that exists and i'm not sure how we got here and it's a long story but that this is affecting all market participants and that there is You know at least in institutional bias in that yes. Some of the larger orders could get routed here. And i think there's there's an ability to actually see who's who But yes this. Higher cost dynamic is something that it's impossible to really measure where they would be if the market didn't exist with dr pools with just to players. You know clearly. I still think. The retail investor both in terms of their access to information their ability to trade for free and the bid ask is not at a massive disadvantage to institutions and in fact the gaps never been narrower. This is a market dynamic. And i think this affects both institutions in retail players alike. That's days point coming up with. Gm shares driving.

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"dr pool" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Time. He actually stole yes so so it just keeps mounting the craziness and of course the the police that the the the detective is just thinking. Oh yeah there's something going on it's another drop and because now the maids leaving with with the black bag and then then underwood show shows up with a bag. Yeah 'cause they don't realize nor is already come and which the as just me or did the may look like. She's still some of that many. I don't remember her walking out with first time possible now. I think she just went and bought that for herself. It is. I goes to leave and their life wear too. She's like regency gardens. Which i i'm guessing. It's probably like a shopping place or something or other so it was. She comes back in the for coat because she show off. The you know like look now. I'm no longer. The elp may own help although she she still wearing the made cap. So it kind of ruins the effect but never mind maybe underwood's into that baby so possibly maybe that's partially why he's marrying her psycho. You're marrying the mehta okay. So yeah i mean it's like we could sit here and explain the plot but it's more that you just have to watch it. You have to watch it play out. 'cause it really is what makes makes it so funny is like what you were saying. Chrissy is it's not so much the plot because the plot it would you just look at. It seems pretty. Like dr and yeah. There's not really a whole lot of action that happens in this movie. It's a lot of people talking to each other and people going in and out of rooms and the bags being soi you know swapped around but it's it's really about the execution. Yes which is why i. You know what. I watched it. And i was like says based on the screenplay and it had the name and i was like. Oh you didn't know this was. This was a play. And jared was like. I didn't need to mike. You've seen this before. What of your favorites. He's like yeah. I just didn't see that part like okay So you know very much. Think of it as it was a play. I if you've seen comedies like this or you know of them like i said it's very reminiscent of the of the you know the the standup of who's on first just as it will link out into movie in a big in a bigger story and so i mean there's there's it's it's funny in fast paced but there's also some slower moments like when Dr pool and lisa in the garden. And they're kind of you know flirting with each other and it's very sweet very oh they are falling for each other and it's just just. That was a huge risk. That little anthony took it. It's really lucky. Down his favorite. Yes house was a gamble. Adjust every one of these characters has an idea. You're just kind of gonna happen next. This could one or two ways part of its like. Oh i hope. I hope i hope and and honestly in the end. I really had no idea if this work workout for everybody. But i kind of suspected that as like oh come on you've got you've got a bag full of underwear you got. You gotta go with that with the obvious joke police show up and they're all like god we cut you. Look we've got the money no you don't you think you get the money. Yeah yeah it is. It's kind of. I think the 'cause i'm not really that well-versed when it comes to plays and musicals or more may thing but it's hyena. I think maybe along the lines of the importance of being earnest. If you know that story where it's You mistaken identity and just a lot of things happening back and forth then when it all resolves at the end it all works out in a you know in a way that you may not have expected but in a way that works out for like pretty much everybody involved except for oscar. That's the funny thing. Is the movie called. Oscar name dropped but we never see him to libertarian. And by then it's a moot point because 'cause of an expedient way or expeditiously. Yeah i mean as as with as with any good comedy it must end with a wedding. The so yeah. They're they're getting you know. Lisa and dr pool and anthony and theresa are all getting married in a double wedding and oscar shows up his i objects and snap says take care of them expeditiously in his card him out the up in the air is no idea why it's like you started all this. This is all your fault. How whole thing is just yeah. It's it's definitely not something you can really explain. You're really just kind of have to see it You you you have. There is there is a plot. It's not a very very complex. While it is a complex plot but you know britney just see what. The plot is. Used kind of like okay. yeah But yeah it is all in the delivery and the execution of it and you you watch this to watch how they do it and have a good time. Yeah it's it's. It's not like rolling on the floor. no side-splitting comedy. It's it's gonna say it's sophisticated because there's not really sophisticated but it is it is it. The execution is makes a bracelet. I mean there's different. There's different flavors of comedy. I mean you. Have you know the the the gross out comedy the of the that. We have in movies a lot of time. There's shakespearean comedies. But then there's this kind of comedy which is like i guess they call it a farce edits more of like showing off. How well you know the these comedic actors can can do these things can because you know you think oh you. People like tell jokes are. they think they're funnier. They have they feel like they have really good timing and and maybe they do. I mean people but they were people really work hard to get this kind of thing. Down to an art takes practice. It takes a lot of word and it takes a lot of trust in the people. You're playing off off of so it's just so you know when we say like it's it's a surprise that silvester stallone is in comedy like this and and you're right rachel. He's very much the straight man in this but it also i mean he he gets some funny moments of his own and he stands you know he he he. He stands as an equal to these well known comedic actors and character actors as well. So it's just. I mean it's not just a slap joke on there and a you know a laugh track and we tell you laugh. It's no they earned those laughs. They earn those jokes and it is very well done. Yeah.

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"dr pool" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"To close in the end of the run of the show for a off episode where we talked about. Survival the last episode of doctor who in the classic air but essentially. They told me that. I was in podcasting jail because as far as brandon cullimore concern. This movie was absolute garbage. Mike guts for making them watch. Oh there is no in between with this movie you either love it or you hate it. At least as far as what i avert for people my good people i know who've seen it love it. They love it. And i mentioned before. Because when you said we're gonna watch oscar. You and i and jared was in the room and i was like wait. Jared is that the because okay. You gotta know something about jared he. He's very picky about comedies. Like there's there's a some humor. He does not love he does not. He hates like cringe. Comedy gross out comedy anything like that. There's an even even like some comedies. I showed him like adventures in babysitting. He was like oh. I know you like this. It's not my thing. So so when. He told me that this was the only movie that he his two brothers his dad and his grandpa all agreed on. I'm like okay. There's something about this movie. Because i know you are just really weird about comedies. And all i never met his grandfather but Is he passed away before we started dating but You know all of those of everyone else in that group. I'm like you guys have such different tastes in movies especially comedy. So i'm like okay. I see this and so we said we were gonna talk about this. Movie on the podcast. I'm like jared. We need to watch this. So he's like okay so we got it. I watched it. I was like. I'm still a little shocked that he that this is one he likes. Because there's a lot of stuff in here that unlike usually i'd say that he he wouldn't like it but he's like no. It's all in the timing in the delivery. Okay i can see that. I just i mean this is my first time ever seeing it. I didn't even know it existed. Until jared time about it you know why why he liked it. But it's just like it's just so like it. It's not like how do i explain it just laughing the whole time. But it's not like you know they're trying too hard to make the jokes or they're trying to get the laps or they're forcing all of which is very very natural. Very the timing is just right and you'd never think silvester investor loan is a comedic actor. But gosh he's got it down in this direction or whatever but it's better than stopera. My mom will shoot. I happen to like sap my mom will shoot. I think it helps that stallone kind of plays the straight man. Yes chunk of this and other people who are who are people who have comedic talents lake. Tim curry and some of these character. Actors that help balance it out. I think yeah and like you could definitely tell that it was originally written as a play and i almost want to like see it as a play. I don't know if any if there are any you know theater companies. Who are still doing this as a play but so much fun to watch in this kinda see how how it's blocked out and and how do things but It's just it just it. It hits all the right beats. And i'm a little surprised to see that didn't do so well in the box office but it will givers came out. 'cause it's oh it's a good one. I'm glad you that team orissa till may as his daughter was perfect. Just seen with the tool that having that base hoya they're up in the same cloth the yeah. Yeah there's a lot of this really quick you know beat like it. Kind of reminds me of well. The one i can think of that most people know is who's on. I bet that that adventure going back and forth back and forth and back and forth ages do it so well livery delivery and it's like you're watching a tennis like okay but wait. Where's the bag door this that you're you're enjoying it. You're joining like how where's everything going to end up. But in the end you kinda gotta don't care because she just had such a good time watching. I mean they They even at one point where they're trying to. After the of the bags have been switched around for like the bazillions time Snaps his ended up with the x. Made 'cause the made quits because she's going to marry bruce underwood who is who snaps originally wanted to marry. He an the made met when he came to call on lisa and apparently it was love at for site so good for her but But yeah after the after after he ends up dumping bag of nora's underwear underneath on the on the desk in front of dr pool Connie yeah he. He's trying to figure out how it happened. And connie is is one of his snaps. You goons he he he. He has that moment kind of like on. Who's on first. Were young he's kind of like he. He gets it where it seems like he gets it. He's like you know you. You take the ball ballina throw it. Just you know you throw who in all of that in county has say moment where he's like. I got your daughter's not your daughter and the cash that used to be the jewels is now your underwear. Are you sure there was cashing that bag. Yeah little anthony stolen little any stole it. Then he's got it no you block it. He stole it then he gave it back to me why they give it back to you to buy back jewel. What you said josie stole from. He's still to from. You told yes so. He can marry my daughter at least that lisa theresa how come nobody's to a tourist because she's not my daughter Your daughter's not taught and the cash that used to be the gills is now gone the where no. You're god i don't even know what i'm talking about. Like.

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"dr pool" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Cult cinema cavalcade several years ago. This movie that put me in podcast so we are finally talking to you about the nineteen ninety-one so actually it just had its anniversary. In the last couple of weeks its thirtieth anniversary that it. one comedy starring sylvester stallone oscar. It's just one of those that i'm i'm like wow so those are words that you don't put together sylvester salone comedy show. 'cause you know he's always rambo is rockies all these things he's an action star. His comedy is spoke good. I don't know if it's him or the he is just. There's like one one scene that had me busting up where that he remember what they said but he like a reaction is to look at the camera. And just how this look like are you guys are very beginning. No no no no. This one was later our really sake that at the beginning before the opening credits what he's when he's going to his dying father's ed side where he just looks at the screen his look of. Yeah what have i done on his face before the credits think this one that i referring to one like you know one of his goons misplace the bag again. Yeah olen'ya i'm ed. Yeah yes you are. Yeah his look when hit one of his. Thugs is unloading and loading all of his gear. That's gonna come john clip up and he's got the angle with their bags all types of guns a whole lead pie a bomb boys. We go back here. Otherwise you're just gonna be like in that one scene so yeah so this is a this was originally based on a french play called oscar and was actually in kind of production purgatory since the early eighties. So almost a decade where it was actually gonna have john belushi in it before he died. wow yeah and it went on the shelf and finally it came back ads. was finally actually put in production with sylvester stallone starring at is directed by john. Landis who speaking of belushi did the blue both of the blues brothers movies as director So among other things He's done he he. He did Yeah animal house of blues. Brother's american were wolford london. He helped direct twilight zone. The movie i saw that only recognizes. I should know this name. Why do i know this name. And so yeah that that whole list of things like oh that's why should jam and didn't he directed thriller music video. Yes sir yes he did. Yep yep so you know. I got a incompetent director behind the camera. Oh no Stretch the imagination. Yeah the just looking at the cast. It's a lot of character actors where you like. I know that face is just one that you know. There's a lot of people that you saw all like they pop up But they're not necessarily known for like a big thing fester shlone. Obviously because even at this point this is ninety-one he'd already done rocky five. I think at this point before he did this. So you know he he. He was an established star. Even even by by this point You've got s- Marisa tow bay play his daughter. The daughter knows about at least at the beginning lisa. What about the boy was here before then. He wants to marry our daughter. Abigail lisa one other one. The other one. That's not that's not lisa so you're not so you've got Tim curry who's the whole reason. I watched this movie in the first place. Going back to my best friend who i've been friends with years When we were originally put together to do that project about the the the russian czars one of the things we bonded over was our mutual offer. Tim curry she asked me if i had seen this movie. And i'm like no she's like oh my goodness allege you her copy which happened to be a copy that her data whoever it recorded off the tv at one time tv so then. I think my dad ended up copying that copy so my copy for the longest time which is a really crappy copy because of his a copy of somebody's. Tv recording this is. This is the late nineties so this is re internet in. Dvd's and all that so. Yeah so probably by then. The vhs gone out of french. Yeah but you've got. Tim curry as dr pool up to me. Roku the marina rubbed recode rat with his roscoe rubbing his running receipts. Can you say that. good the room. When are rubbed. Rica the redwood as rosca robert as you feed it a linguistics professor. Who's trying to teach Angelo snaps pro. Bulla character had a speak proper english. Because he's got he's got the very new york gangster us. It doesn't take place in new york or chicago. i. I think they're in new york. They talk about snaps going chicago. Okay a lot of stuff happened really fast like okay. What's going on. Yeah but then. You've got like joey. Travolta john travolta. Yeah had to say yeah. Peter again right criminal character actor chaz palman. Hello new terry Eddie bracken who has been around for a he'd been around it pictures for a long time as a character actor. Yeah his father clement. You've got kurt. What smith as lieutenant to this idiot cop in this movie..

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"dr pool" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr pool" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the liberty report with us today as chris. Rozina our co host chris. Welcome to the program. Good morning great to be with you again. Dr pool very good just yesterday or so. We did a pro did a program with daniel and We had a lot of attention to it because of the very important subject and that had to do with the smart mask that's Sort of being planned on. I find it interesting. It was being manufactured in china though raises all kinds of question anyway. Something that goes along with that is surveillance that we want to talk about and and that is the subject of the cashless society. And i can remember chris. When the first time. I really thought about this way. Back in the seventy. I had a sort of like a debate with somebody on a radio program. Who is really really pushing it. And the surprising thing to me he was. He was very frank about it. He's got collected taxes since people aren't paying enough taxes we gotta make sure that they don't hide their income and we have to make sure that a you know pay their sales taxes and i think that's one of the biggest things for how a cashless society but it raises a lot of questions and and i know you've looked into this. Chris they give all kinds of reasons that justification is always for the benefit you know make it convenient protect you from criminals and whatnot. So they go over and over again. But i i do believe what this individual s probably forty years ago said we have to have a cashless society because our job is to collect more revenue and that size way. I government person He wasn't in government but he was certainly taking that same position. But the there's these ideas have been around for a long time and The the effort for this. I think is going to continue. And the whole the whole thing is if it is a strike against freedom it is not pro liberty so they might have their real motivation collecting revenues And they my tell us this for other reasons but We we we know that are there are bad circumstances every once in a while you could come up with some good things. I think You know there is more efficiency you know you. You don't have to wait in lines quite as long even even the.

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Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

Business Wars Daily

06:23 min | 3 years ago

Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily they from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday everyone we've made it. I don't know about where you are but it's still awfully hot down here. In Austin the kind of heat that's best treated with the day the movies or a nice cool dip in the swimming pool boy. Does that sound good. The problem is most of us. Don't have swimming pools and most public pools get drained after Labor Day. So finding a spot to swim hasn't been the easiest task ask until recently when a startup named swiftly decided to take the airbnb approached pools using the swiftly APP. If you have a pool in your backyard and you want to make a little extra money you can offer strangers the opportunity to rent it out by the hour for feet considerate the sharing economy underwater order in a good way since I'm actively looking for weekend swim spot I thought at tested out went to the website plugged in my city Austin Texas and chose the same day hey to see what I could find. At the last minute. My search turned up seven pools ranging in price from twenty dollars an hour at the east side country club to one hundred dollars an hour or for a private pool with a hot tub in someone subdivision at it'd be fair. The Country Club looked pretty stark and that hundred dollar an hour pool looked clean and peaceful but all this begs the question. Do you trust swimming in a stranger's pool. How clean is it and who else might be there the CO founders twenty-two-year-old CEO Benhamlat skin and his business partner Asher Weinberger say they thought of that they contract with local pool maintenance companies to make sure you won't find anything Hickey in your rented pool as for Privacy in the New Yorker writer Bruce Handy reported that simply tries to ensure that is well L. for instance handy says owners are supposed to keep their window shades down no spying allowed but when handy made a test visit in Long Island the owner was laws peering out the window. That's pretty creepy but it could be worse. We imagine for those pools that are labeled. Nude friendly swim please. Origins is our humble more like a teenager snow shoveling or lawn mowing business than a Silicon Valley Gig Economy Startup home from college in Lakewood New Jersey a couple of summers ago last skin got the idea while swimming in a neighbor's unused pool his family had been paying the neighbor for the privilege as Handy writes in The New Yorker Alaskan thought it could be a real business using Google Earth lasker found eighty pools nearby and contacted their owners all but four refused to talk to him but those four will they agreed to list their APU for rent and swiftly was born though at the time last game had no idea that it would eventually be a real business with pools in so far thirty thirty six states swiftly took off fast on the back of a homemade website and a newspaper at the business grew more than thirty pools in just a couple of weeks and and then lastly told Handy. MSNBC mentioned simply and Alaskans website crashed a year later. Alaskan dropped out of college to go full time with the new business today he and Weinberger have a professional website liability insurance for hosts and even rental Porta potties for hosts who are really busy to afford all of this simply charges the pool owners commissions and takes a small fee from swimmers. The metrics around the business seem a little loosey Goosey in one of the many articles covering simply the founders say some hosts. You're making four thousand dollars a month renting out their pools in other that number climbed to ten thousand to fifteen thousand dollars a month regardless of what the true earnings really are one thing is most likely true for many families. The backyard Dr Pool begins as an enthusiasm and winds up as a wasteland swiftly turns it back into something thoroughly useful. How long will it take for a rival pool. Sharing during company to pop up possibly not very long but for now swiftly doesn't appear to have a head to head or should we say a pooled pool competitor but within the wider recreation industry will there are more and more airbnb like apps for almost anything you want to do you could choose a different recreation creation sharing. APP and look for a campsite on Hip Camp Ra- shared RV on outdoorsy or if you'd rather be on the water then underneath it you could rent wants someone sailing vessel get my boat he's I'll think about my next rented adventure while I float on my back in the sun at that pool out in the Texas from what this business wars daily this week's episodes were ridden edited and produced Appleton edited and produced by M our executive producer Marshall created by or Non Lopez. I'm David Brown around. We'll see at the pool next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro. 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