35 Burst results for "Early Eighties"

Curry's 21 points, 12 boards lead Warriors in Game 1, 112-87

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00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Curry's 21 points, 12 boards lead Warriors in Game 1, 112-87

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SportsWatch Intro+Wrap-Schuster

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02:00 min | 5 d ago

SportsWatch Intro+Wrap-Schuster

"AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports I'm I'm I'm I'm David David David David Shuster Shuster Shuster Shuster it it it it was was was was game game game game seven seven seven seven palooza palooza palooza palooza and and and and both both both both the the the the NBA NBA NBA NBA and and and and NHL NHL NHL NHL Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday four four four four elimination elimination elimination elimination games games games games and and and and we we we we start start start start in in in in the the the the NBA NBA NBA NBA or or or or the the the the Boston Boston Boston Boston Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics knock knock knock knock out out out out the the the the defending defending defending defending champion champion champion champion Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Bucks Bucks Bucks Bucks one one one one oh oh oh oh nine nine nine nine eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one with with with with grant grant grant grant Williams Williams Williams Williams scoring scoring scoring scoring a a a a career career career career high high high high twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points hitting hitting hitting hitting seven seven seven seven three three three three pointers pointers pointers pointers each each each each one one one one as as as as time time time time went went went went on on on on I I I I got got got got more more more more comfortable comfortable comfortable comfortable trouble trouble trouble trouble shooting shooting shooting shooting and and and and then then then then I I I I guess guess guess guess I I I I made made made made a a a a joke joke joke joke aside aside aside aside eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen that's that's that's that's most most most most pride pride pride pride these these these these are are are are some some some some of of of of my my my my life life life life in in in in a a a a single single single single game game game game so so so so this this this this is is is is fine fine fine fine but but but but she's she's she's she's great great great great we we we we got got got got a a a a win win win win meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile over over over over in in in in Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix the the the the hometown hometown hometown hometown fans fans fans fans went went went went home home home home early early early early as as as as the the the the visiting visiting visiting visiting Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks thrash thrash thrash thrash the the the the sons sons sons sons one one one one twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three ninety ninety ninety ninety with with with with Luka Luka Luka Luka Doncic Doncic Doncic Doncic leading leading leading leading the the the the way way way way with with with with thirty thirty thirty thirty five five five five points points points points you you you you can can can can get get get get the the the the smile smile smile smile off off off off my my my my face face face face right right right right now now now now I'm I'm I'm I'm just just just just really really really really happy happy happy happy you you you you know know know know all all all all the the the the sitting sitting sitting sitting we we we we deserve deserve deserve deserve this this this this well well well well we we we we believed believed believed believed our our our our locker locker locker locker room room room room believed believed believed believed everybody everybody everybody everybody believes believes believes believes turning turning turning turning to to to to hockey hockey hockey hockey are are are are temi temi temi temi Penderyn Penderyn Penderyn Penderyn scored scored scored scored the the the the game game game game winner winner winner winner and and and and T. 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K. K. K. H. H. H. H. Lee Lee Lee Lee won won won won the the the the Byron Byron Byron Byron Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson classic classic classic classic I'm I'm I'm I'm David David David David Shuster Shuster Shuster Shuster AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports

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Police: Buffalo gunman aimed to keep killing if he got away

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00:45 sec | 5 d ago

Police: Buffalo gunman aimed to keep killing if he got away

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Doncic leads Mavs over Suns 123-90 in Game 7 blowout

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00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Doncic leads Mavs over Suns 123-90 in Game 7 blowout

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Williams has 27, Celtics make 22 3s in Game 7 rout of Bucks

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00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Williams has 27, Celtics make 22 3s in Game 7 rout of Bucks

"The the the the Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics are are are are in in in in the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference finals finals finals finals after after after after knocking knocking knocking knocking out out out out the the the the defending defending defending defending champs champs champs champs one one one one oh oh oh oh nine nine nine nine eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one over over over over the the the the box box box box Boston Boston Boston Boston did did did did it it it it with with with with a a a a three three three three point point point point barrage barrage barrage barrage in in in in the the the the game game game game seven seven seven seven victory victory victory victory nailing nailing nailing nailing twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two from from from from beyond beyond beyond beyond the the the the arc arc arc arc grant grant grant grant Williams Williams Williams Williams was was was was the the the the Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics long long long long range range range range master master master master hitting hitting hitting hitting seven seven seven seven traces traces traces traces scoring scoring scoring scoring a a a a career career career career high high high high twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points Jayson Jayson Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum Tatum Tatum had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three points points points points for for for for the the the the Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics who who who who will will will will face face face face the the the the top top top top seeded seeded seeded seeded heat heat heat heat in in in in Miami Miami Miami Miami on on on on Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday yeah yeah yeah yeah I I I I was was was was a a a a tentacle tentacle tentacle tentacle ball ball ball ball had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five points points points points twenty twenty twenty twenty rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds and and and and nine nine nine nine assists assists assists assists but but but but he he he he was was was was just just just just three three three three of of of of eleven eleven eleven eleven in in in in the the the the paint paint paint paint in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half including including including including one one one one for for for for six six six six in in in in the the the the final final final final period period period period I'm I'm I'm I'm the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry

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Panthers beat Caps in OT, win 1st playoff series since 1996

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00:43 sec | Last week

Panthers beat Caps in OT, win 1st playoff series since 1996

"The the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers have have have have advanced advanced advanced advanced to to to to the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference semifinals semifinals semifinals semifinals with with with with a a a a four four four four three three three three overtime overtime overtime overtime win win win win over over over over the the the the capitals capitals capitals capitals in in in in game game game game six six six six series series series series star star star star Carter Carter Carter Carter he he he he followed followed followed followed his his his his five five five five point point point point performance performance performance performance in in in in game game game game five five five five by by by by scoring scoring scoring scoring two two two two forty forty forty forty six six six six into into into into the the the the extra extra extra extra session session session session the the the the goal goal goal goal came came came came after after after after T. T. T. T. J. J. J. J. Oshie Oshie Oshie Oshie tied tied tied tied it it it it on on on on a a a a power power power power play play play play was was was was sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three seconds seconds seconds seconds left left left left in in in in regulation regulation regulation regulation Claude Claude Claude Claude Giroux Giroux Giroux Giroux had had had had a a a a goal goal goal goal and and and and two two two two assists assists assists assists for for for for Florida Florida Florida Florida your your your your goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to keep keep keep keep moving moving moving moving forward forward forward forward but but but but more more more more series series series series and and and and the the the first first first step step step is is is done done done now now now we we we move move move on on on we we we turn turn turn the the the page page page and and and how how how we we we focus focus focus on on on wrong wrong wrong tutors tutors tutors for for for eighty eighty eighty had had had six six six goals goals goals and and and twelve twelve twelve points points points in in in the the the series series series for for for the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers who who who hadn't hadn't hadn't won won won a a a playoff playoff playoff rounds rounds rounds is is is reaching reaching reaching the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety six six six Stanley Stanley Stanley Cup Cup Cup final final final the the the caps caps caps haven't haven't haven't won won won a a a series series series since since since one one one of of of the the the twenty twenty twenty eighteen eighteen eighteen Stanley Stanley Stanley Cup Cup Cup on on on the the the ferry ferry ferry

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Tatum's huge effort helps Celtics win 108-95 to force Game 7

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00:32 sec | Last week

Tatum's huge effort helps Celtics win 108-95 to force Game 7

"The the the the Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics have have have have forced forced forced forced the the the the seventh seventh seventh seventh game game game game in in in in the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference semifinals semifinals semifinals semifinals with with with with the the the the one one one one await await await await ninety ninety ninety ninety five five five five win win win win at at at at Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Jayson Jayson Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum Tatum Tatum pumped pumped pumped pumped in in in in forty forty forty forty six six six six points points points points for for for for the the the the Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics in in in in a a a a scoring scoring scoring scoring tool tool tool tool with with with with Jana Jana Jana Jana said said said said tend tend tend tend to to to to Cobo Cobo Cobo Cobo who who who who finished finished finished finished with with with with forty forty forty forty four four four four points points points points twenty twenty twenty twenty rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds and and and and six six six six assists assists assists assists Jaylen Jaylen Jaylen Jaylen brown brown brown brown scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two points points points points and and and and Marcus Marcus Marcus Marcus smart smart smart smart had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one for for for for Boston Boston Boston Boston which which which which was was was was seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen of of of of forty forty forty forty three three three three from from from from three three three three point point point point range range range range Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee one one one one on on on on eleven eleven eleven eleven one one one one run run run run to to to to get get get get within within within within eighty eighty eighty eighty five five five five eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one with with with with eight eight eight eight forty forty forty forty two two two two left left left left before before before before Boston Boston Boston Boston became became became became the the the the third third third third straight straight straight straight road road road road team team team team to to to to win win win win in in in in the the the the series series series series game game game game seven seven seven seven this this this this Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday afternoon afternoon afternoon afternoon I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Doncic, Mavericks cruise past Suns 113-86 to force Game 7

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00:31 sec | Last week

Doncic, Mavericks cruise past Suns 113-86 to force Game 7

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Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

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00:54 sec | Last week

Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

"The the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate has has has has confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell for for for for a a a a second second second second four four four four year year year year term term term term as as as as federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve chair chair chair chair I'm I'm I'm I'm bad bad bad bad Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest on on on on this this this this vote vote vote vote the the the the yeas yeas yeas yeas are are are are AT AT AT AT the the the the nays nays nays nays nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen and and and and the the the the nomination nomination nomination nomination is is is is confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed the the the the final final final final tally tally tally tally overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan the the the the eighty eighty eighty eighty to to to to nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen vote vote vote vote reflecting reflecting reflecting reflecting broad broad broad broad support support support support for for for for not not not not only only only only Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell but but but but the the the the fence fence fence fence drive drive drive drive to to to to combat combat combat combat surging surging surging surging prices prices prices prices through through through through a a a a series series series series of of of of sharp sharp sharp sharp interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes that that that that could could could could extend extend extend extend well well well well into into into into next next next next year year year year the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to slow slow slow slow borrowing borrowing borrowing borrowing and and and and spending spending spending spending enough enough enough enough to to to to ease ease ease ease inflation inflation inflation inflation which which which which is is is is at at at at its its its its highest highest highest highest in in in in four four four four decades decades decades decades most most most most Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans blame blame blame blame president president president president Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's one one one one point point point point nine nine nine nine trillion trillion trillion trillion dollar dollar dollar dollar cope cope cope cope with with with with relief relief relief relief package package package package for for for for it it it it rather rather rather rather than than than than the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's ultralow ultralow ultralow ultralow interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates but but but but many many many many economists economists economists economists have have have have criticized criticized criticized criticized the the the the fed fed fed fed for for for for waiting waiting waiting waiting too too too too long long long long to to to to respond respond respond respond to to to to worsening worsening worsening worsening inflation inflation inflation inflation making making making making taming taming taming taming it it it it harder harder harder harder and and and and riskier riskier riskier riskier Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high

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00:51 sec | Last week

US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high

"There there there there is is is is a a a a sign sign sign sign the the the the relentless relentless relentless relentless price price price price hikes hikes hikes hikes that that that that have have have have hammered hammered hammered hammered American American American American families families families families may may may may be be be be peaking peaking peaking peaking after after after after seven seven seven seven months months months months of of of of gains gains gains gains inflation inflation inflation inflation slowed slowed slowed slowed last last last last month month month month consumer consumer consumer consumer prices prices prices prices were were were were still still still still up up up up eight eight eight eight point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent from from from from a a a a year year year year earlier earlier earlier earlier but but but but that's that's that's that's below below below below the the the the eight eight eight eight and and and and a a a a half half half half percent percent percent percent year year year year over over over over year year year year surge surge surge surge in in in in March March March March which which which which was was was was the the the the highest highest highest highest rate rate rate rate since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one on on on on a a a a month month month month to to to to month month month month basis basis basis basis prices prices prices prices rose rose rose rose zero zero zero zero point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent from from from from March March March March to to to to April April April April still still still still elevated elevated elevated elevated but but but but the the the the smallest smallest smallest smallest jumping jumping jumping jumping eight eight eight eight months months months months ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing price price price price hikes hikes hikes hikes remain remain remain remain a a a a financial financial financial financial problem problem problem problem for for for for households households households households and and and and a a a a major major major major political political political political one one one one for for for for president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is my my my my top top top top domestic domestic domestic domestic priority priority priority priority the the the the president president president president says says says says his his his his administration administration administration administration will will will will help help help help ease ease ease ease rising rising rising rising prices prices prices prices by by by by shrinking shrinking shrinking shrinking the the the the federal federal federal federal deficit deficit deficit deficit and and and and fostering fostering fostering fostering more more more more competition competition competition competition in in in in industries industries industries industries like like like like meat meat meat meat packing packing packing packing Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Booker scores 28, Suns rout Mavericks 110-80 for 3-2 lead

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00:32 sec | Last week

Booker scores 28, Suns rout Mavericks 110-80 for 3-2 lead

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Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

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Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

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Heat roll past 76ers 120-85 in Game 5, take 3-2 series lead

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00:33 sec | Last week

Heat roll past 76ers 120-85 in Game 5, take 3-2 series lead

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Can you believe it? More people watched Kentucky Derby later

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Can you believe it? More people watched Kentucky Derby later

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'Succession' star glues hand to Starbucks counter in protest

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00:36 sec | Last week

'Succession' star glues hand to Starbucks counter in protest

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Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

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01:00 min | Last week

Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

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Rare cases of COVID returning pose questions for Pfizer pill

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00:54 sec | Last week

Rare cases of COVID returning pose questions for Pfizer pill

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The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

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00:58 sec | Last week

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

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"early eighties" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"early eighties" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Duty in the early eighties. This is this week was the anniversary of his death. Robert Luther, Um and I know one thing is for certain is that Um police officers take care of their own in terms of emotional support, Financial support, whatever kind of support the widows and the families that are left behind need. What kind of things do the state police do for For other officers and their families that are in need, in times like this little first and foremost, I mean, we're a resource for not only for the investigation and the criminal side of it, or whatever is happening there, but But for that family if we have it, and they need it, it's there. So I mean, uh, simple things like transportation. You know, we've we've been involved in relaying family members across the state across the country, you know, helping with things like that, so We? We are a lot of people. We have manpower. We have, um, resources that they can dig into. But But we're all family. But what's even more incredible than than Just the law enforcement community is is the communities themselves in the community of terror? Whole Vigo County They were all reaching their arms out. And there's a lot of hugs. And there's a lot of, uh what can I do? Shoes and and giving meals and food and money. And whatever may be just the giving spirit as alive, even expanded outside the law enforcement community. Well, John, I know, like on behalf of my Aunt Theresa and my cousin Rob and my cousin Mary and my mom. My mom, Tina and my my Aunt Jo and my my late.

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"early eighties" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"early eighties" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Years later, the dance changed from what it was in the early eighties to this incredible acrobatic Gymnastic thing that it is today. Just because of the competition when you've got Russians and Chinese and Koreans and Brazilians and with all of their cultural influences. Coming in the dance just kept revolving and evolving and evolving toe where it is today. And if you really honestly if you look at some of the best moves that Ken swift or powerful texture of the New York City breakers with doing In the early eighties. Compared to what you see today, it is kind of mean Ask Ken, but I think it's almost night and day and it's wow. The amount of evolution that happened is just almost shocking. With that evolution and with this becoming an international phenomenon over the course of the years, Michael as you just described I'm wondering, Can is this also a business and has it evolved into a business where people are professional breakers are able to make a living where This new Olympic sport, if you will will enable that further. I mean, where do you see this going in terms of the business element of it. Well, it's important to understand that we have approaching 50 years since the birth of hip hop culture and that 50 year period will come right before 2024 what we've done. Since the seventies is we've built the world community with this art form. We've sustained it. We figured out a way to do it in the early years with no money. Jams happens. People made it happen because of the passion behind the experience. So we carried this. This dance in this art form around the world, Of course, with those opportunities in the eighties to travel and And the films and so forth. And it did become a you know, you know, like I leaned more towards teaching and education as as my journey progressed. And it provided me opportunities to see the world and perform and do all types of interesting art with breaking And it did establish thieves. Thieves world events that still going to this day. These huge world championships that provide opportunities Now the financing was always he was always an issue. This is roller coaster. This roller coaster ride of who? How do you get the money? Who gets the money? What country has is going to give you money? You know, I'm saying so worldwide experiencing this for the last 40 years. I'm just like Looking at it, And I'm saying, Well, you know, there are struggles within it and one thing I know that this is the community. I'm a part of you know what I'm saying? It and it and it does provide dances opportunities to win battles. Now, the mentality changes a little bit when people want money, you know? And do you know that we don't You know, the attitude started leaning towards we're home, which is about I'm not gonna answer for this. You know, people were thinking about money toe enter these battles. So you know, within the evolution of the dance form itself..

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"early eighties" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"early eighties" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You know who they really are, What they really are. You know, I'm urging the FBI and the local and state law enforcement arena around the country to sort of connect the dots. But in doing so, I see. I see a lot of what I saw back in the seventies and early eighties with regard to these marks is radical groups and I don't think there's anybody in the country better suited to talk about this than you. Do. You know you and I work together back and I guess we go all the way back to 81 when you were off in Newark. With the state police and I'd like to get your insight and input as far as what you see today and how it relates to what we saw back then we'll thank you first off for the opportunity to talk about it, and I'm not giving up our age. But if you remember back to the 19 sixties, when those of us baby boomers were Involved in law enforcement on sort of up to our heels and looking at some of these groups were kind of today, seeing history repeating itself. We can learn a little bit from that history and that we know how these movements tend to progress on DH what they eventually evolve into. So you know, starting starting out behind a cause or to taking to the streets and property destruction, increasing violence. And then his enforcement pressure kind of stacks up against them. You see more and more arrests, and it eventually drives a more radical element. Of these groups underground, and when that happens, it's very similar. What we see and what we saw in terms of the weather on the ground, becoming the weatherman. The Black Panthers, sort of evolving into Black Liberation Army and various other groups that were out there. At those members who went underground became extremely violent and we started to see terrorist acts such as bombings on widespread police executions across the country, so Although we haven't really reached that phase yet. I think it's logical to assume that that's where we're headed. And like you. Ah, commissioner, I hope that the FBI and police agencies around the country are gearing themselves. For that face of this revolution. If you want to call it that drift back then you know the movement. So to speak. It was it all started with the anti war stuff, right? Everybody. I remember Woodstock and all these other places. It was all about the anti war issues. Foreign policy. Well, we don't have those issues today. Today. They're going after the police department. They're going after Economics. They're going after capitalism. How was that changed? How is that change? Why? So, so it's a no holds barred wholesale sold on the country and its values. We're seeing that in terms of speech ah, on everything else. And you're right. So sort of the cause of the 19 sixties and seventies and early eighties was anti imperialism growing out of the conflicts in Southeast Asia. And against some regimes in South Africa. But you know that footprint really no longer exists by the United States, you know, hear imperialism being bantered around too much. Ah, lot of our troops have been largely withdrawing from A foreign soil. And today the target is at arm's length. It's the police officer. That's that's on the street. Who's engaging and doing the best that he or she can to do effective public safety and you have to attack that line as the first line of defense. You know if you were political agenda is going to advance beyond that. If you know, looking at what we're looking at today, Um, when you see things going on, like that's going on in Portland, right? You see, Antifa. You know, this stuff starts out with a black lives matter. Protest, and then all the sudden antifa comes in, and they wind up, you know, trying to take over a courthouse recently, they nearly burned the courthouse. I burned it down, you know? How's the FBI? How was the local and state law enforcement? How are they dealing with this? What should they be doing that they're not doing well, I think the dealing with some very difficult political conditions right now. The executive staff of these The police department's who work for the mayor's end, or the governors of those states. Uh, So protecting the federal facilities really has to Full two federal law enforcement at this point, because as we've seen in many cities around the country There isn't a lot of support for the job that the police would like to be doing in this and quite frankly feel that they have an obligation to do for their community. And that's a shame because every one of these officers took an oath. They've gone out there, and they worked very hard on some very dangerous conditions every single day, and they're not being treated fairly Ford right now. In fact, they're being attacked for it, and it's a shame. Yeah, I couldn't agree more. Listen, Rick, stay with me. This is Bernie Kerik taking you behind the badge on 77. WNBC will be right back. 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"early eighties" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"December game thirty six years ago today and the enormity of that game cannot be understated right just first of all I mean yeah the cubs run G. and in the you can see the cubs all across the country but that was Saturday afternoon baseball it was a big deal when we were kids you're a little older than me but in the early eighties that was it there was no package of baseball games or was knocked off the TV there is nothing I mean yet there was no internet that we had access to obviously at that time you wait around for the Saturday game Bob Costas was in the building it was cubs cards it was a big deal in the do not suit or not once but twice was huge considering how great Sir was in his era yep you said it all right there I mean I'm one of those guys in right now the time frame where it was a big day in my life you know just like Sylvie I remember it like it was yesterday spike Owen I think or Dave on one of the old ones Dave help when they're late but Bruce Souter was just amazing back then and for Samper to do in back to back innings it was just it was incredible it really was it was like the day the cubs you know became it in my mind like that this national story for now yeah he's been bad for so long in sambar became a household name wins the MVP they win the division such a low just a likable team backed out wish I coulda covered it you know Keith Moreland Sarge Matthews body near the daily double what a great job for the top two so member Samberg was a quiet guy but but he exploded on the national scene that day it's it's so weird that it's been thirty six years you're freaking me out about it okay remember the cubs in nineteen eighty four before that they were I mean for his years of futility we know that yeah sixty nine was it again I mean it was it was it and I was a fourteen year old kid in my living room watching that game when Sam or did it the first time I wonder going nuts and then when you get it again one Sooners reaction on the second one is always pretty memorable too because he knew it right away yeah I mean any any was visibly upset Adams right I mean no one to proceed how much was twice in one game your working hours saying this earlier before the show it to put it in perspective if you're too young I mean it would be like the the equivalent of maybe not necessarily Mariana Rivera but A. B. like taking Aroldis Chapman D. do you know deep in back to back or Craig Kimbrel in his prime let's say like four years ago you nobody would have had not now again these guys don't go back to reckoning spruce it sooner was working like in this fourth inning it was seriously it was a much different era let's face it like he was back out for his fourth inning of work I mean Gossage in those guys back down we're relief pitchers and closers in a much different way so the chance that you even have the face Kimbrel in back to back innings is probably rare but it be like hitting back to back home runs off of Craig Kimbrel in his private you know what happened a lot last year but you will not I know you don't go back to what I said about the team I mean I would love to cover it because the personalities made it to me that's one of the all time personality teams Chicago let's see eighty four cards I mean certainly the eighty five billion fighters not number one yeah I know I'm biased two thousand ten Blackhawks you know there are tons of personality there then I have to start thinking about a little bit not that the cops don't have it or didn't have it during the championship you're not to the white Sox about five maybe they put but I feel like those three teams hello the both into the Rodman I mean yeah yeah I might not I mean ninety six with you know I mean robin alone you know yeah while fights but some like Michael in Pippin we're doing tons interviews and goofy stuff you know I mean that's true they can't help themselves eighty four cubs eighty five beers two thousand ten Blackhawks but again I'm a little biased but the ten black box I don't know what with the white Sox of all five of the clubs of sixteen qualify the five socks and a little bit of it you know they had the whole journey thing which was kind of fun and Roland was was fine and criminal who let the dogs out team right now two thousand two thousand yeah kinda came out of the shell a little bit wrong was fond in who let the dogs out of the two thousand remember I remember we are so old I remember covering the white Sox little bit further for the radio and I saw all these you know there's so much down time there's always guys just hanging out doing stuff before phones obviously and they're they're doing something at their lockers and you know it used to be the crosswords and like what are they doing what is that it's something that's a quite turn out the first time yeah the first time it ever suck to go to Duke was in the White Sox clubhouse players do want to do hello is this god man I don't know late nineties early two thousands probably yeah no no I think even later it was nice to give away I don't think I've known about to do go for more than fifteen years so I'd say around maybe right around fights early to early two thousands I think so the.

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"early eighties" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Late seventies early eighties yeah yeah I was a car my grew up watching four corner offense in college you get a lead they'd set up the four quarterfinal North Carolina would dispense just boring Gandhi poor quarters was which why they put a shot clock and I know you know that started off a lot longer than became a lot shorter with the shot clock but they went from a period of time we got the ABA and the NBA you got him together right and it was one sixty five one fifty five and that to me was a great battle like that either gotta find somewhere between again they started playing a little bit of defense and watching to me watching Boston and Philadelphia go at it when they had mo cheeks and now Moses Malone and Billy Cunningham and and injured Tony I mean that to me was basketball up and down back and forth a little bit playing move the ball get it to the open Geyer drive dribble get open shot to me that was great basketball so as you started from the eighties and the nineties to me that was some of the best basketball being played now I've come to appreciate some of the stuff they do now current yes but for me regular she's a bass walk watch last five minutes and I'll see a team come back from sixteen down you just wanna watch the playoffs I want well I the last five minutes of every basketball game I could watch in playoff basketball some special the good stuff yeah it is three one two three three two three seven seven six if you wanna join the conversation crosstalk coming up in about ten minutes S. P. N. one thousand sold for sports Waddell and Hillary I see Taylor swift is awesome.

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"early eighties" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Cuomo says he will send in the National Guard to help stem the outbreak of corona virus in a suburb of New York City from member station WNYC Jake often hearts reports from inside the containment zone near show residents are on edge following a state mandated shutdown of schools and large gatherings and parts of the city on Thursday the National Guard will begin cleaning services and distributing food to those living within a one mile radius of synagogue at the center of the outbreak locals have hung purple ribbons of support around the empty building the measures come as officials scramble to contain more than a hundred confirmed cases linked to the area those thought and voluntary or mandatory quarantine can come and go as they please Sumner shut residency responses increased anxiety and hurt local businesses however governor Cuomo has described the containment efforts as quote literally a matter of life and death for NPR news I'm J. coffin arts in new Rochelle New York in Moscow Russian lawmakers are supporting last minute legislation that could enable president Vladimir Putin to remain in power for another sixteen years as NPR's Lucian Kim tells us the change was added to a package of hundreds of constitutional amendments the Kremlin says the changes are necessary to strengthen Russia's sovereignty in the face of hostile powers including the United States critics say the amendments are a smoke screen to let president Putin remain in office once his current term runs out in twenty twenty four Putin has already been in power for more than twenty years he stays on until twenty thirty six we'll have ruled longer than Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin NPR's Lucian Kim in the Russian capital at sixty seven years old Putin would essentially remain in power into his early eighties stocks finished sharply lower today on Wall Street over worries about the corona virus after health authorities declared the crisis a pandemic today this is NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first New Jersey health commissioner Judy person Charlie says the state maybe seeing its first cases of community spread of covert nineteen pursue Charlie says to people who tested positive for coronavirus today have no known links to other infected individuals and did not travel to countries battling large and breaks community spread indicates that the corona virus is amongst us eight more people have tested positive for covert nineteen offing new Jersey's at statewide total to twenty three one man has died from the illness state officials say they're still waiting for the centers for disease control and prevention to confirm positive samples they sent a week ago and they have not heard back on what is causing the delay retailers across New York are feeling the pinch from corona virus in Canarsie Donald McNish says business is not exactly down at his Jamaican Patty shop but it is flat and usually marches when he expects things to pick up and to have this.

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"early eighties" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"In the early eighties the band was formed as members from other bands and it came together and they had a he has a moment on this Sonny windows seven nine home for Madonna and there had to change the station now all.

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"early eighties" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For me it was the early eighties and I was kind of in the the nerd camp I suppose to a certain extent I was in a popular guy but I occasionally you know in the lunch room maybe someone would I don't know through a French fry my direction but that's about as far as it went and but but something has changed but what about how to explain it because you mentioned you know there's the popular people and then there's the unpopular ones well that's been around for ever we and and sports you have the guys of the letter jackets and the and the the jocks and so forth that's been around forever what happened what changed I go into a little bit about this concept and I I I found the you know that there were so called experts out there that felt the same way I did it basically I believe that it change from if you go back and look at the way schools schools and sports for instance existed in the nineteen twenties nineteen thirties of course the athletes were considered big manning campus but they were also usually good students are kind of you know if you remember the chip help books they still love reading when I was a kid who is the the the academic thing was stressed as well and there was not even the they they may have stood up for the weaklings or whatever they thought it was it was it's kind of a different attitude they had but I think things really changed in the nineteen fifties with that as a quote the I don't have the guy's name in the took my time right now who wrote about how teenagers were basically invented in the nineteen fifties and I think this is when you started seeing the real quick form and the jocks you know I don't think they will call jocks before that but before movies like the wild one with Marlon Brando the birth of Elvis Presley James Dean catcher in the rye teenage angst and all that stuff that's when you know it teenage I don't think there's any evidence before that date the teenagers were considered this kind of breed apart who it rationally started hating their parents once puberty started that kind of thing I don't think you can find any historical evidence for that if you go back and look at movies earlier that you really don't see that kind of scene but once they started stressing and started marketing directly in some of the great movies the nineteen fifties were marketed lot of more sci fi films but they were in a hot rod Jones makes like that they were directly marketed to that teenage audience and it's it's I think it's caused a rift between them and their you know their square parents and they started the worshipping this bad boy image I talk a lot about that in the book how life especially to females that this this was drummed home over and over again you know don't don't fall for the boring nice guy he's gonna treat you well going to that bad boy then there do well you'll make her parents angry and I think I quoted from feminist and and you know modern feminist so for that that that fall into this trap in a I think that's a large part of why we see the weight bullies act nowadays in school because it in male police anyhow it impresses the prettiest girls and I don't know why it does but it is an undeniably does and on the other hand as far as female believes we seen the growth of that in a lot of the girls yeah me neither of them it comes from that so much of the early two thousands which I think we can look at that so mean girls is kind of a an instructional video much is reefer madness was an unintentional humor in a pack nineteen thirties you know my friends and I in the nineteen seventies that was a very popular phone to get a hold of to get high too because it was you know it it it because it was so laughable but what they were saying about marijuana and I think you can look at the mirror saying that our is and I quote in there how you know the most as the character the chick mired most by the people who love the film is the is the main main girl the queen bee and certainly you see one of the most I think unbelievable phenomenon in my in recent years where you see all these really pretty young girls that killed himself what they're really attractive and I think that's because they run into this mean girl click where it consist of all attractive girl and you know one is singled out or whatever or they end up you know that sending a topless photo to a popular boy any spread around everyone if that's invariably why this happens I mean almost every case they said it was because of that kind of thing and I don't think there was any evidence certainly and in Meyer amending the girls maybe the cheerleaders have stock up and snobbish to you know to those who want on the football team or a basketball team but I don't think there was a mean girl click and they certainly didn't go after each other like they appear to be doing now so I think there's there's a lot of evolution or devil the evolution of you wanna phrase it but I think it is at the core of it is that social hierarchy the currents of the popularity and even in the nineteen fifties I don't think there's too much evidence that the head school administrations side with the bully I don't know maybe they did but I don't think it was as prevalent as it now it's undeniable in my book demonstrates that because I have case after case where there is no other conclusion your honor if you if if the parents have have talked to school officials may have documentation that they talked him over and over again the name the only and nothing is done and then the big child ends up killing himself in some cases I mean it's it's unbelievable there it is the cases I site in there that they ate some points I go far down the so far down the rabbit hole that I don't even understand it but they're the case of Bailey o'neill with his particular tragic use eleven year old boy who gotten an anger over the media will portray these things if they get wide publicity as so called the fight which is ridiculous the parents of the victims are subject to this no it's not a fight was attacked with an assault a much larger kid at recess beat him up severely again outside I don't know where in the there's always teachers on the grounds of recess now they don't let the kids go out by themselves somehow they managed to miss this and he was he was sent back to class and he started complaining and he was sent to the school nurse and gave mass when he came home got worse they took in the emergency room and I talked his father on the phone and he told me of you know that that that the doctor came out and said he had a fractured nose and a concussion now and he ended up dying like a week or two later eleven years old and this is how deep the rabbit hole goes the media and I quote from the articles and they're clearly took the side of that despite didn't cause his death and the medical examiner got involved in said that on no one of your article terms displayed enough to do the death now what is the what do you say this father who said he had a fractured nose and a concussion from it and we will tell the eleven year old boy so what are we confronting there I don't I don't even know what that is but all I know is if there's something undeniably wrong there and the fact that the media is involved even a medical examiner and that's I guess work gets into my wheel house scene of conspiracies in corruption because right I I I wanna I wanna come back to sort of this over arching theme of or what's behind all this but I just wanted to ask you first what is there a is there a a typical profile of a bully in what we know about bullies do we know anything about them well we know more now because it's finally been admitted and I I I I published in this book the the route the conclusions of studies that in recent years have finally shown with every victim especially in recent years knows that it's not the you know the the kind of loser guy who's gonna end up unemployed or dropping out of school who maybe come from single family home is may be beaten by father something that's not the belief most of the boys in the mean girls case the these are popular girls good looking girls use when many times very good students as well always not so much as good students but in the boy's case most often jocks associated with football and especially basketball to a lesser degree not sports wrestling maybe but this is the profile these are good looking kids they're popular and their yeah I should studies or whatever get help with the it teachers themselves recognize who are the most popular students they're almost always also both weeks and so I think that's the profile you can come up with it and again we get into the popularity thing because it's when you be still these kind of honors on impressionable teenager I mean you can't yeah you can't blame somebody for that if it's there and they're going to get a swelled head if they see all the adults fawning over them and in recent years we've had cases and all those kind of scratch our heads and wonder why with this like that when I was in high school but all these really attractive teachers that are sleeping with students begin with a with a male student right in every case that I could find information about it the student they were sleeping with with the popular athlete so I think this is just as they also police with a sleeping with the bullies what we because I'm there it it's that bully personality and I talk a lot in the book about how females unfortunately are are are are drawn to this and it's that bad boy thing bad boy the bully aggressive football player there's a fine line there in the qualities that we admire as a society it is far success there's you know but but I I quite successful popularity in the popular students and on again this is another one they're set we all cherish them as well you know that nerd that loser nerd he's gonna end up bossing around the football player's wife going to be a you know I did and when he gets out of high school and fortunate sent the case the more popular in high school studies show the more successful you gonna be in life necklace search engines and I have a whole list there if you got to that part and I but which he would shock me much as in survival rich as I look at the backgrounds of celebrities and found that almost all of them came from upper upper class backgrounds I looked in the backgrounds of celebrities again and I found that the and politicians one of them you would not believe the amount that we're big man on campus Bigelow big women on campus whatever you know the football players basketball players cheerleaders unbelievable numbers cheerleaders and you know prom queen prom king even people you would expect Rosie o'donnell was our prom queen we are one with a high school wrestler Woody Allen was a great baseball basketball player in high school thank you wouldn't believe repaired again for it was a high school cheerleader I've got all the examples in 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"early eighties" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Town lake and it was a beautiful set out and they look at it now and see what it's going to be comic I guess it's all about money and yes it is it is it I just got a text could come today calls why is running a bulldozer just got a text from from mine at which you to set my tuition at Texas back and this would have been in the early eighties my tuition at Texas was three dollars per credit hour with all fees and football tickets it was way less than five hundred dollars a year what year was that early eighties early eighties yeah a lot less than five hundred Bucks a year also apply that by a hundred now yeah have you seen I brought up the painting issue my art and artists now what you did when you when you were referred to me yes you are an artist if you create art you weren't orders right now think about some of the stuff maybe donating and some nonprofits maybe sell at that kind of thing is silent auctions when I bring it up because I do want to tell you about drag queens story time that is scheduled at the Clinton presidential library and I know this to be true because I've seen the photo of its if you see that it's on the tide at dawn Facebook for storage area and this this piece of art is going to be there can be prince made of this this is gonna be a massive piece of us give me very popular since the story broke the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case has been a constant source of shocking revelations and today we got a real hunting for you yeah according to the Daily Mail a partridge about former president Bill Clinton wearing a blue dress and red high heels was found during one of the walls of Epstein's Manhattan mansions S. resembles of one of though that Monica Lewinsky war no doubt about it which click allegedly stain to during our you know you know you know you it was ice cream you don't under a spell lush green right the portrait was discovered by in on on a business associate of Epstein who snapped a photo of the painting back in twenty twelve he's been hanging on to it now in recent weeks Epstein's relationships with the Clintons since coming to light and it's been revealed that Epstein and his battle Charlie Maxwell attended the White House fundraiser in took Clinton on several trips aboard the Epstein Lolita express yeah twenty nine times he's on that flight left X. that is just so perfect yeah this this poor guy to see that's it's all the time and on Facebook page right now yeah it's it's it's obviously the female legs in a female body with with his head on it it's a pain in this breast it's a pain in this painting but this guy ran the Clinton foundation work for the clip was very closely with the Clinton club global network he was he knew the Clintons they invented was house many times I'm sure they have seen it themselves and thought it was funny I tell you it is funny now this is about to take off that prince will be done of this and somebody will will do their own rendering of it and it's going to be massive this will be in a lot of households a lot of house okay so it's for it it actually is I mean it's it's really a pretty funny body painting that speaks volumes yeah I have to say that dress makes him look fat does it make thank god that it does it's not a good fit on it does make him look bad but but it's it's it's pretty funny let's just stay with us again update you on this fox news poll that indicates ninety percent support expanding background checks eight out of ten want guns taken away from people deemed at risk and two thirds of those surveyed what a ban on so called assault weapons so fox news poll either turning are more sour on president Donald Trump according to this fox news channel all his disapproval rating rose to fifty six percent the new fox news poll shows that fifty nine percent say president trump is tearing the country apart compared to thirty one percent who feel he's drawing the country together two thirds of Republicans think he's drawing the country together one ninety two percent of Democrats believe he's tearing the country apart on the question of why there are more mass shootings in the U. S. ten percent blame the president's rhetoric president trump will travel to Manchester New Hampshire tonight for a campaign rally the president lost the granite state by just twenty seven hundred votes to Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen at the White House John decker fox news so get your reaction straight ahead after the bottom of the hour news jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety Saddam dies show Hey if you are dealing with poor fitting dentures regular full or partial dentures or maybe.

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"early eighties" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The brink of bankruptcy in the early eighties he brought Americans the mini van the practical family hauler no one realized they wanted until they saw it he was on the cover of magazines he wrote a bestselling book and he starred in all those TV ads if you can find a better car buy it at the time it was unusual for an auto executive to be the public face of his product Dan Albert is an automotive historian and the author of are we there yet certainly in Detroit the idea of the CEO being on the cover of magazines and on the radio and on the television hands these guys much preferred to kind of keep quiet and stay out of the way and let the brand speak for themselves instead I took a spoke for his brand and America listened Paul Eisenstein is the publisher of the Detroit bureau in automotive magazine I spoke to one German who spent many years working with Iacocca and he said that he thought that Chrysler didn't sell K. cars and minivans it's sold higher coca mobiles what Lee Iacocca is doing it in these high profile position is not just advertising or promoting the company and its products he's doing it you know by promoting himself into came as a historian at Harvard Business School she notes that some people called for I agree okay to run for president I think that's a very important piece of what when we talk about celebrity CEOs of what we're talking about we're talking about a relationship not just with a product of the brain or the company a relationship with the person no American has always had a reverence for founders and inventors the entrepreneurs who create companies people call for Henry Ford to run for and to everyone from Estee Lauder to Steve Jobs had devout fans but for a long time CIOS people who led companies that were started by other people they didn't inspire the same all Ron is a professor at Harvard Business School they were often seen as individuals from large we ministering large complex bureaucracies and in many ways the organization was bigger than the individual I took a was a different kind of CEO a charismatic personality who came in during a moment of crisis during periods of uncertainty and periods of change the human psyche is very susceptible to looking for see here Lee Iacocca did a save Chrysler but by the end of his career he was less beloved he become a symbol of corporate greed and as a superstar CEO with eye popping pay he was part of a trend in my own research that I found is bored increasingly started just looking at the personalities of the individual Zacks Sievers charismatic outsiders over strong internal candidates and it also fuels exorbitant CEO pay packages Mila domonoske NPR news and you are listening to All Things Considered from NPR news and your listing on KQED public radio where market places coming up next let's go to the South Bay and see how the roads are which really devilish has turned into a pretty bad accident.

"early eighties" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He was chief investment officer Acadian manages eighty six billion dollars in almost seventy five countries around the world he began as an analyst at State Street Bank. Previous to that. He was a systems engineer at Draper laboratories, which really is a great place to start John Chisholm. Welcome to Bloomberg. I bury. Thanks. It's great to be here. So systems engineer, a Draper laboratories, which became known as the MIT instrumentation lab is is that right? How did you find your way from MIT to the instrumentation labs when I went to college my passion. My I was excited about was really building. Or designing spaceships this was in the early eighties. So so you were a rocket science. I was I was allowed to be aspiring rocket scientists. Exactly. And so I got my undergraduate degree. But I found my senior year. I was I got really interested in investing. And I was spending a lot of time mostly just reading about investing. You know, whatever it was journal business publications journals. And when I decided, okay, what do I want to do? Now. I thought why probably want to go back to grad school. Do. I wanna do finance investing business or do. I wanna do aerospace and I had an opportunity to apply to several different programs. So I had both had a finance opportunity and aerospace opportunity I thought why don't I try to test both out? I'll get a fulltime job here in Boston area. The only place there's not a lot of aerospace jobs in Boston Draper labs is one networks on guidance systems. So you've got a satellite or a missile you try to figure out. Whereas it's where's it going to go? How does it get there before GPS of writers guidance system? So so I worked there full time. And I got a part time job after hours job working with fellow named Gary Bergstrom who was later. One of my co founders at Acadian he'd been a portfolio manager at Putnam and in the seventies. And then he left sort of off on his own consulting for money managers consulted at the time is big project when I was working with them was for State Street later State Street global advisors, and we helped build and design their first international index fund and then later on some international, active strategies. So that was sort of a part time job. I went back to that made me decide that was more interesting than the aerospace stuff I was doing at the time that made me decide to so back. So that's what when you said to go back. You really started your first full time job in finance was as an analyst for State Street is is so the State Street job was a was also a part time. That was also while I was at school. Working for them for like there's some time off in January and then the spring semester I worked for them as a potential employer. But in the end Gary's goal was to launch an asset management firm myself, and we had another colleague Churchill Franklin and another colleague Ron Frazier. They all came aboard. We all came together about the same time around nineteen eighty-seven when I graduated and and so we launched Acadian as an act of money manager at that point. So that's thirty two years ago an active manager as well as a heavily influenced by quantitative strategies is that a fair statement work were quantitative manager. We were all, you know, my background, aerospace engineering. All of quantitative Gary's background carried getting a PHD from MIT. So we were all very quantitative. But quantitive the time was not as sophisticated as what quantum today is. Right. There wasn't any machine learning. Big data. There was little data there were statistics. Right. So what's the average payoff to value? And we build a portfolio that captures that pay off very simple quantitative tools that we use back in the middle eighties. So do you consider yourselves today an active manager a quantitatively like I think about firms like DFA or any of the pharma French-based? Factor models, and they're somewhere between active and a quantitative screening approach. How how would you describe Canaan Schreiber's is active? So most of what we're doing is highly active potentially high tracking error against the benchmark. We we have the flexibility so we can build a low tracking error strategies this ties into this concept of capacity how much money you, can you manage and still expect to add value your clients are looking for and typically the more money you manage the harder is dad value. So at lower levels of active risk lower expected. Value added you can manage more money. There's some clients who are happy hiring managers for that. They're also usually happy paying lower fees. Right. So you really have to trade off both from perspective of adding value and from perspective of running a business. Gordon? You wanna be most of our strategies highly active, but we have some that are shading more towards enhanced index when you say. Enhanced index you're taking a basic index, and then adding a little flavoring to it to move it away from the benchmark. Yeah, we're so for example, we might say and Hanson next would be if we have tracking are of less than two percent. If we have one and a half percent tracking are just means. What's the standard deviation of the expected? Returns versus the benchmark one half percent tracking. Our would be enhanced index strategy you might only expect to get one and a half percent excess return associated with that netted fees. If we had a more active strategy, we might expect we might see four percent tracking. Are we'd expect to get about two and a half percent active return Neta fees. How do you avoid the the challenge as as Bill Miller described it of active managers who charge after fees, but respectively are closet indexes? How do you clearly differentiate yourself from that group? So there's two parts to it one is what what's under our control. We can do we can build. Portfolios that are active in the sense that they they're very different. They look different from the benchmark. They have higher levels of tracking error. They have high active share. The other part of that isn't is the clients job. So the client hires twenty managers like that. They're still getting close to Acton index coming up we.

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"early eighties" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He was chief investment officer Acadian manages eighty six billion dollars in almost seventy five countries around the world he began as an analyst at State Street Bank. Previous to that. He was a systems engineer at Draper laboratories, which really is a great place to start John Chisholm. Welcome to Bloomberg. I barry. Thanks, a straight to be here. So systems engineer at Draper laboratories, which became known as the MIT instrumentation lab is is that right? How did you find your way from MIT to the instrumentation labs when I went to college my passion. My I was excited about was really building. Or designing spaceships this was in the early eighties. So so you're a rocket science. I was I was allowed to be Spiring rocket scientists, exactly. And so I got my undergraduate degree. But I found my senior year. I was I'd gotten really interested in investing and spending a lot of time mostly just reading about investing. You know, whatever it was journal business publications journals. And when I decided, okay, what do I want to do? Now. I thought I'd probably want to go back to grad school. Do. I wanna do finance investing business or do. I wanna do aerospace and I had an opportunity to apply to several different programs. So I had both I had a finance opportunity and an aerospace opportunity I thought why don't I try to test both out? I'll get a fulltime job here in Boston area. The only place there's not a lot of aerospace jobs in Boston Draper labs is one networks on guidance systems. So if you've got a satellite or a missile you try to figure out whereas its, where's it going to go? How does it get there before GPS of guidance system? So so I worked there full time. And I got a part time job after hours job working with a fellow named Gary Bergstrom who was later. One of my co founders at Acadian he'd been a portfolio manager at Putnam and in the seventies. And then he left sort of off on his own consulting for money managers consulted at the time is big project when I was working with them was for State Street later, stay streak global advisors, and we helped build and design their first international index fund and then later on some international, active strategies. So that was sort of a part time job. I went back to that made me decide that was more interesting than the aerospace stuff I was doing at the time that made me decide to soap back. So that's why when you said to go back, you really started your first full time job in finance was as an analyst for State Street is so the state's three job was a was also a part time. That was also while I was at school. Working for them for like a there's some time off in January and then the spring semester I worked for them as a potential employer. But in the end Gary's goal was to launch a s management firm myself, and we had another colleague Churchill Franklin and another colleague Ron Frazier. They all came aboard. We all came together about the same time around nine hundred eighty seven when I graduated and and so we launched Acadian as an act of money manager at that point. So that's thirty two years ago an active manager as well as a heavily influenced by quantitative strategies is that a fair were a quantitative manager. We were all, you know, my background, aerospace engineering. All all quantitative Gary's background carried getting a PHD from MIT. So we're all very quantitative. But quantity time was not as sophisticated as what quantum today is. Right. There wasn't any machine. Learning wasn't any big data. There was little data there were statistics. Right. So what's the average payoff to value? And we build a portfolio that captures that pay off very simple quantitative tools that we use back in the middle eighties. So do you consider yourselves today an active manager quantitatively like I think about firms like DFA or any of the pharma French-based? Factor models, and they're somewhere between active and a quantitative screening approach. How how would you describe a Kenyan us as active? So most of what we're doing is highly active potentially high tracking our against the benchmark we we have the flexibility, so we can Bill low tracking error strategies this ties into this concept of capacity how much money can you manage and still expect to add value? Your clients are looking for and typically the more money you manage the harder is dad value. So at lower levels of active risk lower expected. Value added you can manage more money. There's some clients who are happy hiring managers for that. They're also usually happy paying fees. Right. So you really have to trade off both from perspective of adding value and from perspective of running a business. You wanna be most of our strategies highly active, but we have some that are shading more towards enhanced index when you say. Enhanced index you're taking a basic index, and then ending a little flavoring to it to move it away from the benchmark. Yeah, we're so for example, we might say and the next would be if we have tracking are of less than two percent if we have one and a half percent tracking are just means. What's the standard deviation of the expected returns, the benchmark one and a half percent tracking? Our would be enhanced index strategy you might only expect to get one half percent excess return associated with that Neta fees. If we had a more active strategy, we might expect we might see four percent tracking. Are we expect to get about two and a half percent active return Neta fees? How do you avoid the the challenge as as Bill Miller described it of active managers who charge after fees, but respectively are closet indexes? How do you clearly differentiate yourself from that group? So so there's two parts to it one is what what's under our control. We can do we can build. Portfolios that are active in the sense that they are very different. They look different from the benchmark. They have higher levels of tracking. Are they have high active share? The other part of that isn't is the clients job. So the client hires twenty managers like that. They're still getting close to Acton index coming up we.

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"early eighties" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He was chief investment officer Acadian manages eighty six billion dollars in almost seventy five countries around the world he began as an analyst at State Street Bank. Previous to that. He was a systems engineer at Draper laboratories, which really is a great place to start John Chisholm. Welcome to Bloomberg. I barry. Thanks. It's great to be here. So systems engineer at Draper laboratories, which became known as the MIT instrumentation lab is is that right? How did you find your way from MIT to the instrumentation labs when I went to college. My passion, my where I was excited about was really building. Or designing spaceships this was in the early eighties. So so you were a rocket science. I was be aspiring rocket scientists. Exactly. And so I got my undergraduate degree. But I found my senior year. I was I got really interested in investing. And I was spending a lot of time mostly just reading about investing. You know, whatever it was journal business publications journals. And when I decided, okay, what do I want to do? Now. I thought why probably want to go back to grad school. Do. I wanna do finance investing business or do. I wanna do aerospace and I had an opportunity to apply to several different programs. So I had both I had a finance opportunity and an aerospace opportunity I thought why don't I try to test both out? I'll get a fulltime job here in Boston area. The only place there's not a lot of aerospace jobs in Boston Draper labs is one networks on guidance systems. So if you've got a satellite or a missile, you try to figure out where it's where's it going to go? How does it get there before GPS of writers guidance system? So so I worked there full time. And I got a part time job after hours job working with fellow named Gary Bergstrom who was later. One of my co founders at Acadian he'd been a portfolio manager at Putnam and in the seventies. And then he left sort of off on his own consulting for money managers consulted at the time is big project when I was working with them was for State Street later State Street global advisors, and we helped build and design their first international index fund and then later on some international, active strategies. So that was sort of a part time job. I went back to that made me decide that was more interesting than the aerospace stuff I was doing at the time that made me decide to show back. So that's why when you to go back. You really started your first full time job in finance was as an analyst for State Street is so the state's three job was a was also a part time. That was also while I was at school. Working for them for like there's some time off in January and then the spring semester I worked for them as a potential employer. But in the end Gary's goal was to launch a management firm myself, and we had another colleague Churchill Franklin and another colleague Ron Frazier. They all came aboard. We all came together about the same time around nine hundred eighty seven when I graduated and and so we launched Acadian as an act of money manager at that point. So that's thirty two years ago an active manager as well as a heavily influenced by quantitative strategies is that a fair statement were a quantitative manager. We were all, you know, my background, aerospace engineering. All of quantitative Gary's background Gary getting a PHD from MIT. So we were all very quantitative. But Qantas the time was not as sophisticated as what quantum today is. Right. There wasn't any machine. Learning. I wasn't any big data. There is little data. There were statistics. Right. So what's the average payoff to value? And we build a portfolio that captures that pay off very simple quantitative tools that we use back in the middle eighties. So do you consider yourselves today an active manager a quantitatively like I think about firms like DFA or any of the pharma French-based? Factor models, and they're somewhere between active and a quantitative screening approach. How how would you describe Kenyan strives has active? So most of what we're doing is highly active potentially high tracking error against the benchmark. We we have the flexibility so we can Bill low tracking error strategies this ties into this concept of capacity how much money can you manage and still expect to add value? Your clients are looking for and typically the more money you manage the harder is dad value. So at lower levels of active risk lower expected. Value added you could manage more money. There's some clients who are happy hiring managers for that. They're also usually happy paying lower fees. Right. So you really have to trade off both from perspective of adding value, and from perspective of running a business, or do you want to be most of our strategies highly active, but we have some that are shading more towards enhanced index when you say. Enhanced index you're taking a basic index, and then ending a little flavoring to it to move it away from the benchmark. Yeah. So for example, we might say Hansen next would be if we have tracking are of less than two percent. If we have one and a half percent tracking are just means. What's the standard deviation of the expected returns, Muslims, the benchmark one and a half percent tracking? Our would be enhanced index strategy you might only expect to get one and a half percent excess return associated with that Neta fees. If we had a more active strategy, we might expect we might see four percent tracking. Are we expect to get about two and a half percent active return Neta fees? How do you avoid the challenge as as Bill Miller described it of active managers who charge after fees, but respectively are Clausen indexes? How do you clearly differentiate yourself from that group? So so there's two parts to it one is what what's under our control. We can do we can build. Portfolios that are active in the sense that they are very different. They look different from the benchmark. They have higher levels of tracking. Are they have high active share? The other part of that isn't as the clients job. So if the client hires twenty managers like that they're still getting close to an actor an index coming up we continue our conversation.

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"early eighties" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Chips? Nice hair flip with some sunglasses. When was chips mid seventies late seventies. When was chips in its prime weren't their names. John Panch wasn't that on sounds, right? And they were probably early eighties early eighties seventy seven to eighty three. So we're both and the remake in two thousand seventeen the movie was was wasn't then. Shepherd and the dude that's in line. Yeah. Yeah. No. I did like the Starsky and hutch remains deja pillars in that. Owen? Wilson was. Yeah. That was that was about as recent as you think decade sneaky funny. I think it would be that good. But it was actually pretty funny. What do you got for your good wattle? Mike good was the return of the man the myth the legend last night. Jay Cutler star of very cavalier as he said with us. Barry barely Cadillac. Well, no disrespect meant to to his lovely wife. Kristen. There's something about seeing Jay Cutler on reality television. That makes me tune in. I just got back from vacation I had just sat down for dinner with my youngest daughter, and my wife, and we turned it on. And instead of really having a long conversation we watched and again with no disrespect meant to Kristen j to me. Shelby Steele show navy's because we have you know, we we have experience with James personality. But there was an article on E online. And remember, the the show the show is on E, isn't it? Yeah. This is ESPN line. So this is like ESPN quoting. Yeah. Something different than ESPN. They used our quote on Cutler. They couldn't even get JD comment. Donna for they'd quotes from our show about how he is really the. Seeing the scene. Stealer. Why reached out to a early last week to see if he wanted to come on and promote the show and we didn't hear, but that's kind of like that sound here from him in the middle of the show coming up, and then all of a sudden, he'll just pop guys wanna talk. Sure, that's how our relationship originally started with Jay call Steve. Yes. We would get a call in no nine as we were big fans. We coined the phrase happy Jay Cutler day. And I thought he was going to totally be the difference maker and he would have a game. And he go to bears PR. He says call that show the fans man, I guess and Jim Chris, man. And I guess the way was growing up in Santa Claus, Indiana. He watched the bears. Yeah. And he remembers the years of in you. Yeah. So he sort of any remembered you in finding this. And so he would just out of the blue. We get a call from Jim Christmas. Bears PR staffer in the middle of the show. Hey this gym over the bears. Jay wants to come on. Now. And like the producer at the time. Merkin would be like. Why? Yeah. Jay Jay Cutler's here. He wants to come on the show. Now. I remember the first time he called in. I think I was filling in for merkin that day we were still upstairs and this guy called in on. The hotline was like, hey, it's Jay Cutler. I wanna talk to the guys, and I was like we're in a break. And I told you guys, and you guys were so concerned that we were going to get got that I had to call the bears was like so is calling coaling Jay wants to call. The hotline. Burned by a fake kokaan-ri. You gotta make a guy filling in that long ago. I did not want to be the guy got got by Jake by a fake. Jay Cutler trust me because I don't think I'd be here right now. And and and look that kind of speaks to the relationship. We've had that's been very unique. And we've seen we've seen the side of him that is coming through to the massive audiences now. Right. There is a personality in there. That is it's it's really entertaining. Do you? Do you have a clip that we could play from the very Cavalieri show, courtesy of so, yes, I'm very cavalry. Courtesy of you. Which is I think we should we should reference the show from now on is the basically the J storyline was Jay had chicken. That turned out to be a rooster. And he has no use for that rooster. And now they want to get Allama. They wanna eggs. Yeah. They watchings. Yeah. He's got no use for rooster. Roosters don't lay eggs. So he needs to get rid of the rooster and his ideas to get alumna and trade who is owned by Luke, Bryan. So he wants Luke Bryan's Lama and the way to get it is to train a goat and this rooster for Pekka the Lama. And here is Jay with Pekka. Hey, we need one for bugs. Her. This is a really and. Loves me. So is kind of cool, though, maybe we try to trade uncover for a pack. I would say that we'll throw.

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"early eighties" Discussed on X96

X96

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on X96

"For you right here. Going back to the early eighties. It's pride on ninety six. Classic. One. Without songs like this. There would be no alternative ex- ninety six classic. Who is to go. You go into. Let us see. Even. Mass. See? The smell. Well. Hello. China. So is it rained annual bed. Hey. Even. Oh. The mask. Who? Dolls the smell. Oh. Dolls. Got sam. Laura. Van bad. Oh. Ooh. Ooh. Excellent. Six classic. And some acoustic stone temple pilots. One the other night on Todd's ipod thought I'd throw it on for you again today because I forgot how damn good that is the acoustic.

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"early eighties" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Bell says the Sean Maria road northeast Baltimore fast, Sinclair, the building the houses B, M D And several other stations. Yeah. I worked their way back when in the early eighties w QSR WB was at fifty two hundred Arabia road. Not sure those are the towers, but we can they could be absolutely. There's still on the air today arts is I'm surprised that the Hollywood love the Grammy's is still have a red carpet. Why isn't a blue one sure would make a heck of a lot more sense. Let's go to the phones real quick marks. And Baltimore, Mark. Good morning. Good morning. John flanking company to questions, and we'll go to the party nominee party nomination. At this time. How many declared Joe candidates do? They have that's been other has announced a number two. How much chair? Peres take and accepting. The number candidates. Always this guy to limit. According to their understanding, what the sky is well again with all the harder. The ruling democrat rules because they don't follow them for the most part. But I think there are seven declared candidates as we speak, and there are several others that are announced exploratory committee. So I think there's ten right now total that are either through their head into the ring or put their toe in the water. So we'll see as far as the Perez goes he said believe it or not on one of the I think maybe it wasn't president. Who was another democrat was can't remember his name? But one of the Democrats said over the weekend that they could have up to a million. So apparently, it's a it's as I said, it's the Lord of the flies primary coming up the next year or so safe to say that anywhere from ten plus, you know, could be candidates for the Democrats. Well, and I think. Republicans at seventeen in two thousand sixteen. Davison baltimore. Dave. Good morning. We'll see if I can make some sense here at my thoughts, which is expanded since I've been holding. Why here? Barbara was talking about. Crossing the border. There was an article on marijuana in the news. Festival. Confines of drugs drugs that are used to heal people little straps that are used to control people. And I think we need to look at politics to say way, there's politics that. Jerry. People are interested in good results for for their constituents and their politics and politicians carry out their programs to control people. And to make a dollar something really interesting on Facebook said, I rather have a politician politics. Billionaire who became a politician than a politician who became a billionaire bingo. Let me ask you a question. Why do you think it is? Now, we've been fighting this so called war on drugs for decades now, and we're worse off today than we ever were. What do you think that is? I think it's the voting public is is slowly being swayed by forces that really doesn't understand. Communism was vigorously opposed by Ronald Reagan. But it was not vigorously opposed by the bushes or of the Clinton Obama and communism. It's just a kind of the last hundred and fifty years of tyranny tyrannies always been around tyrants. You know, the Roman empire, the Caesar's were tyrants. Most of them. I mean, apps African nations have been ruled by tyrants. The politicians could have done something about this. If they really wanted to if they had the will and the desire to do something, wouldn't you agree? Where are you going to fall under what consensus can people gather under one umbrella of of? Motivation. I mean, what do we really have in common? Well, I think the consensus here. I mean, whether you agree or disagree with illegal aliens and immigration is that the poison that is pouring over our borders in through our ports of entry is killing. Thousands. If not millions of Americans over the last fifty years, I mean, there should be consensus because it's just you know, there is no prejudice. Here doesn't just kill Republicans or Democrats and kills Americans all over the place. So I think that would be a good place to start. You would think. Something something. What is standing in the way of politicians from doing something about this? Well, I'll offer one more thought because a lot of issues between right and less issues between right and wrong. It's always a bad a battle between. What's good, and what's evil? If you want to. You almost have to go towards relieving some kind understand those issues. And I think he goes to a Christian source of all of all kinds for what's right and wrong. And so many have abandoned not Dave. Thanks so much for your call and sharing your thoughts. Here this morning, six forty.

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"early eighties" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"early eighties" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"A few months after the shooting following his night shift on August, twelve PC Edmund Ross was discussing the incident with Detective Inspector Angus Chisholm the autism inquired, if they could obtain the address for the munitions factory in India when Edmund Ross admitted that he owned a box of nine millimeter bullets made in the same area in India and the same caliber is the one found at the scene PC Ross was asked where he got the bullets percent. He couldn't remember the bunks was collected. And then with thirty five bullets inside it was sailed, and it appeared that none were missing after being taken into evidence. The bullet casings were analyzed and markings on one of them appear to be identical to that of the spent shell found on the floor of the movement has tandoori restaurant would they reluctant at first. Edmund rose told the detective in spank to the T obtain the bullets USC. School friend and former rule marine who lived on the island. Ross said labor James Spence had given him the box nine millimeter bullets to be destroyed after he left the role marines during the early eighties James Spence was interviewed and at first corroborated PC roses story. But after further investigation the inquiry team discovered that James Spence had lied. It's so two books of nine millimeter bullets to wet Monroe's. But one at been opened was only half full James Spence told police that had been rostered persuaded him to lie. Why?.

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