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"eric ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the two year 3.95% spot gold up 1.4%, 1967, the ounce, and crude 69 96 a barrel up by four tenths of 1%. After earnings after ours, KB home, it narrowed its housing revenue forecast for the full year of the stock go up two and a half percent, Chewy down 1.6% in extended trading after rejecting that annual net sales growth will decelerate. The SEC is suing crypto mogul just in sun for allegedly violating securities rules and says 8 celebrities, including Lindsay Lohan and the artist known as Soulja Boy illegally touted tokens, I'm Charlie Palatin that is a Bloomberg business flash. All right, Charlie, thank you so much. I don't know if you noticed, but if you live out in the San Francisco Bay Area well aware of the historic storm that rattled the city, they had hurricane force guests, California, Damian, you know, one of the regions in the world that has seen its shares of droughts flooding fires and other erratic climate related conditions. Wow. I want you to flooding in New Zealand. We've seen stuff in Malawi, we've seen, you know, the whole world is feeling it. Yeah, and there's a UN report out this week, some summarizing 5 years of research. Noting that damage that's been done and perhaps maybe, I don't know how close we are to a point of no return and be a little dramatic here. So let's get through. Let's get to it with our own Eric Ross and he's a sustainability editor here at Bloomberg news. He's here in our Bloomberg interactive broker studio. Tell us about this UN report. This was the, it's called the synthesis report by the UN intergovernmental panel on climate change. This is the group that for more than 30 years now has a couple of times a decade. Once or twice a decade, just assessed. Everything we know about climate change and put it between two covers. And this isn't said much, but it is a remarkable thing. There is no other area of science in the hundreds of years we've had professional science. That codifies what we know and updates at every few years. And what did they find? As one might expect, the news is not great. But I think listeners have seen headlines, listeners have a sense of the problem, have a sense of the scale of the problem. And I wanted to tease out a couple of things that are in the report, but because of the very small. They need to be teased out. And I think there's three things. One is we're on a clock. In my I've been covering this a long time. When I started like 20 years ago, it had already been 20 years. When scientists were saying, you know, by like 2020 or so, you really want to get on top of this. Right. Like when I started, it was like, you know, like 20 years. You really want to get on top of this. You're like the big Copenhagen fiasco in 2009. Right. International conference, they're like, you know, you got probably like ten years ago on top of this. And it's like it's here. It's now. We got to get on top of this, which brings us to .2. We absolutely can be on top of this. Like increasing accelerating parts of the economy are on top of this providing the solutions that we need to address this problem. Solar and wind and battery, those are like their old stories. Those are mature companies providing mature products. That is just an execution problem now. We know how to so it's here. Just use it. It's here. Yeah, it's just work. Part of it is just scaling these companies and industries that have mature technologies. And part of it, the next wave of investment we're seeing are in completely G whiz super niche very helpful technologies that are going to get help the job done. They get the job done. You know, they're going to remake, we can make steel with hydrogen now. There's a lot of things there are a world of opportunities to make money and people are doing it to the extent that if you're not doing it, you're going to be late. Eric, what did the report reveal about China? And its role as the largest emitter of greenhouse gases. It's a good question. And the basic answer is because of the nature of this report, which is like, it is written 200 nations in all of the scientists sit in a room for a week, and they go line by line, agreeing to every word of the summary of this report. So this is not the place to answer that question. The answer to that question, however, is in most other places, right? China, on an annual basis, is by far the largest emitter of greenhouse gases, like something like 30%, the United States on historical basis is by far the largest emitter of greenhouse gases. And the leadership for better or for worse displayed by these two nations really define the global problem and the global solution set. Every nation now that the U.S. is in the ball game after the inflation reduction act, again, I've been covering science for 20 years. And to me, the most exciting story now is the technology deployment race. So, okay, I want to go back to that moment, but I want to talk about this 1.5 Celsius of global warming that we've been obsessed with. Yes. We haven't done it yet. But we're close. Or are we? We are close. How does that represent a point of no return in some way? There is always a point of return. Okay. There is always because of the okay, let's just go burn some more coal. That is called moral hazard. Why is there always a point of return? The point of return gets exponentially more difficult every year that goes by. But the fact is that a because we know how to replace the fossil fuels. And because there's technologies and methods to take carbon down out of the atmosphere, like we have like we've sort of we're building another thermostat for ourselves. And again, very difficult, very expensive. But at least theoretically, take a lot of work, take a lot of money, but there is no such thing as too late. You know, Eric, I think I read a piece of yours not long ago about the ability of plants and trees to absorb more carbon. So it's not all floods, deaths and displacement and clean energy now, is it? That's a 100% true. And something that we're focused on a lot here is something that goes by the wonky
"eric ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right, Charlie, thank you. That sound you're hearing is the sound of airplane reservations being made. Not only is the Senate work in this weekend. Now the house is coming back Friday to vote on this reconciliation bill. I mean, boy, we came close last year, a lot of folks still aren't sure if somebody's going to pull the football. But here's where things stand, thanks in part to crack reporting from Eric Watson who's going to be with us in just a moment. Bloomberg has been doing a great job on this this week, getting news somehow out of kyrsten sinema's office. If you've been following the bouncing ball here, this reconciliation plan changed. Since we last spoke, carried interest, remember we went to school yesterday with professor shin Ali on carried interest, it's gone. But I'll let the majority leader talk about this. Chuck Schumer, what's coming out of the bill? Senator sinema said she would not vote for the bill, not even move to proceed unless we took it out. So we had no choice. The only other real change here is there is in the 300 $13 billion that we gained from closing corporate tax loopholes, the corporate state called minimum tax, a piece was taken out, but 258 billion of that remains. Okay, so narrowing the corporate minimum tax. But something else was added to the bill and it appears to be a net plus if you're looking at the numbers at least, again, here's Chuck Schumer. What we added is something that excites me and I think excites all Democrats and particularly progressives. We're adding in an excise tax on stock buybacks that will bring in $74 billion. By way of contrast, the carried interest loophole, as it was phrased, and we took the exact language, the house had, we was a $14 billion income. This is 70. 4 billion 5 times. And I hate stock buybacks. Yeah, he was passionate about the stock hates, so does Bernie Sanders. And I guess you'll be paying a tax on that here, but it looks like as we heard earlier this hour from Bharat ramamurti at The White House, the administration is on board here. I guess it's a wash in the end. I want to hear about this from Eric Watson, who saw it all coming Bloomberg Congress reporter. Great work, first of all, this week, Eric. We've really relied on what you and your team have been reporting from the hill. Does this end up being kind of a wash or did kyrsten sinema just end up reducing the deficit by even more? If the math holds, we don't have a final CBO score. It sounds like there's a little bit more deficit reduction, although we're just getting word that for western senators, including cinema of struck a deal that $4 billion spending into this address the drought. Job money, you might suck up a little bit of that extra deficit reduction for managing the key is to have above $300 billion in deficit reduction over ten years. So I guess that little surplus is being spent. But you have a stock buyback, it is a big change. We talked to market participants today and they're kind of not really phased by it, but there is some analysis that could boost dividends, could lower stock valuations in the long run, and it remains to be seen. It's 1% excise tax. We still are trying to figure out the effective day. I have struck Schumer that press conference. They don't know. But if it gets effective on January 1st, you might see a bonanza at the end of the year of stock buybacks. Wow. Well, that's huge, and you also just gave us a little bit more news because I don't think Chuck Schumer had the answer to that drought money question. So that is basically kyrsten sinema got everything she wanted here. Is that right? Well, I mean, she got a lot of she got a lot of changes that she wanted. And the mystery for us really is why on carried interest, if Arizona, it's not Manhattan, why is this a big deal for her? We did ask her office and they said that she viewed it as a blow to the Arizona economy. Really affect the break went away. We're going to continue to dig into that. We know that private equity is a big contributor to her campaign. Well, that's what the story is, right? I mean, you know, you've been around long enough to know that this could mean a couple extra checks in the full. Right, and the other thing is that you said in her statement she's going to work with Mark Warner, who is the senator from Virginia on a possible compromise and carried interest, but he was on Bloomberg TV saying, is on a clear path for that. And I think if they lose the House or Senate, they could try to do another budget bill on December. We're already thinking maybe for the debt limit, but I think it's more likely than not that this carried interest loophole continues to persist. That Mark Warner interview was really important. And Republicans aren't buying any of this to the point where congressman Lindsey Graham was tweeting threats today. And I don't know how you read this. We'll get into this a little bit later with the panel. I'm assuming that you saw this Eric. He's talking about a word of advice, he says to those who support this reconciliation deal, if you expect the CR, the continuing resolution, this is the budget CR to deliver a political payoff with 60 votes, you might want to rethink. Then he replies to his own tweet. If there's something you want on this deal that can not be achieved in reconciliation, if I were you, I would get it up front. Is he threatening to shut down the government? Eric or what? Well, you know, maybe I think it's kind of an empty threat in the end of the day. This is similar to when they took the veterans Bill hostage when after the Manchin Schumer deal came out, they tried to block this veteran Bill and John Stewart, everyone on shelled them. Yeah, welcome back. It's got nothing for it. They're talking about blocking a temporary government spending bill because it has fossil fuel permitting reform in it. I mean, that is about headlines. So this sounds like blessed Eric Ross. I think it's a bluff. But we'll see. Someone on my colleagues asked Chuck Schumer back to this long way off. At the end of September, we'll see. I just don't, I'm dubious about it. He also said somewhere in that press conference today that he wants
"eric ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Investigating and looking at it closely but he was hit with a lot of big comments and she just really said remain that this is just not what the fed needed at this moment No questions about credibility All right we're gonna get back to this breaking news Robert capellan of course the Dallas fed president set to retire on October 8th You want to wrap up the closing bells here as you hear in the and see in the background the Dow Jones Industrial Average when the finish higher actually by about two tenths of a percent The S&P down by about three tenths of a percent The NASDAQ composite right now down about 5 tenths of a percent The NASDAQ 100 we should point out down about 8 tenths of a percent That's just cyclical rotation Nowhere else gonna be found of course with the Russell 2000 up about 1.46% here on the day That's about 33 points here And we should point out that the outperformance that we're seeing on the Russell at one point on the day at least on an intraday basis it was the biggest outperformance that we had seen going back to march here I think that's been peeled back just a little bit here I'll double check that just to get you the right superlative here But that is the narrative here right now that we've been seeing here Of course that rise in bond yields feeding right now girl into everything happening in the equity market Don't want to steal anybody's thunder but Tim and I were talking to that It is all about the bond market and to see those treasury yields and I think it's interesting with the backdrop of Robert caplan retiring as Eric Rosen Graham and you do wonder about the composition of the fed going forward and whether that how that changes maybe Taylor potentially fed things Yeah we've killer comments from Mike Mickey earlier I know that we're going to get him back on the show soon to talk about that composition Carol that you mentioned but in the meantime you do steal my thunder but I forgive you because it was a big Bond day and you really see that play out within the sectors for the radio audience We take a look at the sector winners this actor losers within the S&P 500 It is energy banks autos and materials How much of all of this is because yields are rising You're getting a yield curve steepening And so you're up 7 tenths of 1% to actually three and a half percent for some of the energy companies We migrate downward to some of the worst performers on the day and yes it is a Bond story Carol with utilities to some of the worst performers real estate you're off one to almost 2% as typically romaine those declined when yields are rising All right we're gonna get back to the gainers and decline us but we do want to weave back into that news with Robert capellan Of course the Dallas fed president resigning the statement out right now by the Dallas fed rob Kaplan says it was a great honor to serve He also addresses some of the issues with regards to his trades He said during my tenure I have adhered to all Federal Reserve ethical standards and policies My securities investing activities and disclosures at bank compliance rules and standards That is an exact quote from there in this statement of course he goes on to talk about some of the other things he did and during his tenure there but again once again here the big news here Robert capellan of the Dallas fed stepping down today we're learning this just hours after we learned that Eric Rosen Graham at the Boston fed would also leave his position 9 months earlier than planned And to be fair and to maybe mirror what we heard from fed chief Jay Powell is you don't want to get ahead of any kind of investigation into whether or not anything was untoward if you will And so again you do have Kaplan saying those trading meet the feds ethical standards And I just want to follow that And just a real quickly Carol they do actually say in the statement here that quote rob made the decision to retire as president and CEO of the bank effect of October 8th to eliminate any distractions to the Federal Reserve system surrounding his personal investment activities So unlike Eric Ross grant who resigned citing health conditions this statement does seem to be tied directly to the controversy over some of his financial holdings Rather quick and swift right And certainly you could imagine maybe potentially some of the conversations certainly since that last fed meeting and all of the questioning by the reporters in that room with or at least virtually with fed chief Jay Powell All right let's get to some of the gainers if we may Taylor mentioning energy yes indeed front and center just pick a bunch of names Cabot oil and gas was among your top performers in the S&P with West Texas topping 75 crude prices really on a tear highest level in nearly three years But other names Occidental Petroleum also among the gainers in today's session capital oil and gas up 8 and a half percent carnival continues its move It is up four days trading days in a largest global cruise company royal Caribbean Norwegian also saw moves to the upside We know they set sail from the port of LA on Friday afternoon first time since last year And last week we got the news that they're set to deploy 52 ships on the seas by the end of fiscal 2021 Continuing really that move opening when it comes to the cruise industry Just quickly nettie's that stock up about three and a quarter percent Chinese gaming company other Chinese companies we saw higher today We saw China's embattled tech tycoons basically lining up to pledge their support to president Xi and his common prosperity policy and market roiling regulatory onslaught We saw that happening And so we did see some bounce back to him in some of those Chinese tech names So you got the gainers I got a couple decliners at least Let's talk Amazon This is a big one It's been we've been talking about it all day A price target cut at Morgan Stanley The bank said the profits could get hit as a result of rising headcount and rising wages Where have we heard that story before the bank lowered its price target to $4100 from $4300 it does put it below the average analyst target of 41 57 Wells Fargo also finished the day lower but coming off those lows after we learned that Wells Fargo had reached a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department and then Netflix eking out just ever so much of a gain of 401 hundreds of 1% It did fall earlier in the day Bank of America wasn't very impressed about Netflix's global fan event and event that is supposed to tailor to provide detail on upcoming content I mean so many choices for consumers right now I'm gonna make this shore We do yields as we do every day because I know we want to get back to some of the breaking news but Carol this really does highlight perhaps is we're talking about yields falling two basis points at least on the ten year as of the fed meeting last Wednesday since their since then it has been a rate of change kind of day Thursday Friday Monday We're up 16 18 basis points on the day Today further migration higher in yield approaching one 49 one 50 on the ten year All right everybody And we're gonna have more coverage on the fed certainly in light of that news about Robert Kaplan retiring as the Dallas fed president That's happening in October 8th and just coming on the heels of Eric Rosenberg and getting that news as well and talking about that today All right that's going to do it for beyond the bell On Bloomberg radio Bloomberg TV and on YouTube join us again tomorrow same time same place fed coverage continuing.
"eric ross" Discussed on GroundTruth
"This concludes the whistleblower blower are ten season of the ground truth podcast. We started our reporting on the ground in afghanistan. Five years ago. Now we're going to step back and evaluate this podcast and think about our best way forward. How do we keep going and finding new ways to be there on the ground telling audio stories that matter in undercover corners of the world. We'd like to hear your thoughts about the podcast. Give us a ring at two one. Three seven seven zero eight six nine three. And leave us a voicemail. We're gonna listen to everything you send us and we might use some of these ideas on this podcast. Let us know what worked. What didn't what stories would you like to see us pursue. How can we bring ground truth. Growing core of amazing emerging journalists in our programs report for america and now report for the world more directly into the storytelling process. Let us know what you think we'd love to hear from the credits in this final episode or long but we wanna say special thanks to all of the students in the history department seminar umass amherst. Who's worked throughout the year contributed to the podcast and was featured in the extra episode. They are andrew. Bettencourt is eastman martha dolla. Peter jones helen curie bushman freddie or planning eric. Ross gray simmons taliadoros. Tnn darling loom lay their own reporting on what they discovered over. The last year can be found on the ellsberg papers website. Umass dot edu backslash ellsberg. Thank you to the academic advisor on this project. Professor christian oppy in the history department jeremy smith ellsberg archivist at the special collections and university archives. And thanks to professor kathy ford in the journalism program mitch. Hanley was the senior producer of the podcast and the producer of this episode of the ground. Truth podcast is isaiah. Murtaugh marketing promotion by maggie taylor and ground troops joschka. This podcast would not have been possible without our editorial team. Headed by. Kevin grant and wilson. They wanna special thanks to. Gbh's david goodman. Bill piatra. Telly and gary mine. The university of massachusetts at amherst made the historic acquisition of daniel ellsberg's papers twenty nineteen. That archive is now curated at the w. e. b. boys library this season of the ground. Truth podcast was made possible through the generous support of the u. mass chancellor's office. This has been a yearlong public history project. In collaboration with the university of massachusetts at amherst and gbh with ground truth project is based. You can find all of this work on our website. You mass dot edu backslash ellsberg. This series is dedicated. In memoriam to rob cox former head of special collections and university archives at umass amherst rob was instrumental in shepherding the ellsberg papers acquisition. I'm charlie senate founder of the ground truth project..
"eric ross" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Kind of Stories and because we had talked about doing together. So i call this age. And i wanted to bruce the script and his as ensure and so you know after about two weeks and i didn't hear anything i call them back and sure enough. He said to bruce. Because it was a first time director and blah blah blah. So i just walked over the set. And i say bruce i got a script i want you to read. I handed it to him. Nice nice. that's what a producer does and you got. And so he got on board. and that was. I mean just rally one of the from budget to prophets one of the most successful of don right. Yeah and you know to to bruce's credit. He knew a good project when you read it and it was completely different for him to do and you know so it was. He did say to me. I need you on the set every day. And i said happy to be there. Yeah yeah. I mean nights wonderful director and made a great movie for years later seabiscuit. I think came with the director. Attach which isn't always the but this one was best picture nomination. Yeah i again. A wonderful script gary ross wrote you know we really just get attracted to stories and to the scripts i. It's just that we seem to like stuff that a lot of people and it's really about the story and in that case you you you couldn't make that story up. It was based on a true story and a wonderful book written by laura hill degrom and And gary wonderful director so again. A great project we we dove into the world of horse racing and spent time in kentucky. And you know just had our wonderful time making that movie so one that i know was a piece for you guys to technically deal with and put together and just a huge scale thing was benjamin button which is two thousand eight ends up another very acclaimed and recognize movie. But it wasn't easy getting there with that one right now. We had that one for quite a while and actually It was a case of technology catching up with with the movie. And it had had several iterations and several scripts and and to be honest. I think several directors until david fincher read eric. Ross script and again. It was the script that that got that movie made and then david was faced with a challenge..
"eric ross" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"One. Take care of ripley. They really didn't like the sexual. It wasn't sexual To was can you do it again. We used to have sports overnight show. This was in cheese. Nineteen ninety nine two thousand and it was hosted by. I old homeboys david brody and eric ross and i think it was eric who said one day at like three. Am and mountain time or central time. But he said yeah. You know broadway here. You don't know broadway in san francisco by the way it's a lot of strip clubs and stuff if you're from outside the bay area you know to places in san francisco you know where the professional teams are and you know where the strip clubs are. And that's why broadway actually on weekends is a just an open sewer. It is just teeming scumbags central other than that. They're beautiful people. But eric said yeah. There is a homeless lady outside and right in the middle of the street she was just. She squatted down peed. Right in the middle of the street. Out and i was walking in. We lost an affiliate. Some lady wrote in and said that she was appalled and the station panicked and so no more Sports byline in that thriving metropolis but Can happen one eight hundred. Eight seven eight p. l. a. y. Now speaking of open up opening up your mouth and flapping your gums. Last week i mentioned the story of alex smith going public and really scathing on washington football which i was surprised because i mean two big reasons number one. It seemed like shucks i can't believe it's not butter comeback where a guy who almost lost the ability to walk and maybe having his life endanger civil war they would have sought off his leg. No exaggeration there would have told them to bite on a stick and then they would have sought his leg off. And so you just think about how it's like. Wow i can't believe he's even playing and his wife former raider edna's kids and it just seemed like a acute story right and then knowing alex smith from his time in san francisco. He never really said anything. That was the least bit controversial. The only time. I saw alex smith get upset was win jim. Harbaugh was tried to get peyton manning to come out of retirement after indianapolis and john elway was the guy to talk him into it and he has well. How long has retirement like five six days. And then he. Of course took broncos civil which i was at i left before the trophy was presented. Not going to sit there and watch donkey's lift the trophy remember. They said the first bus back to mosconi center is ready to go and that was with like ten minutes left in the game and i remember sitting on that bus by myself for like a half hour literally the first journalist if you wanna call me that to leave the super bowl by the way they delivered to that super bowl five hours before the game And if you want to know the traffic in there we breathe through because we literally had tanks and armored cars lining the roads and the buses got a police escort. That's a police. escort from. Mosconi senator to levi stadium. The last people that needed a police escort but it was the super bowl so But i remember. I got there and go okay now. I got five hours so in the media tent i remember i watched I binge watched churchill documentary. What are you gonna do. I have my laptop. So that's what i did all right getting back to the point. The only time. I saw alex smith get upset. Here was when harbaugh who then lied about it and said he never even talked to peyton manning when people saw them together. Alex smith flew miami and he said all right. Well maybe i'll go play for the dolphins. That was the only time alex smith. I mean. look. He's a person's every once in a while maybe he was perturbed. I remember in the old days when you could wear whatever you wanted and repertoire. Kinda ruined that. Because he had back-to-back press conferences where he wear a hat for a bug spray. You know some sort of pest management tool was like a radical your chiggers ticks and weevils with no more weevil from kill mississippi silent. At before that. Alex smith used to always wear a padres hack because he went to helix high school actually with reggie bush in san diego and tom brady eastward is giants hat. Say when i think willie mays still words and then after a few years. Alex start wearing a giants hat on like now owned now. Now come on man stay true to your team. You don't have to fit in. That's division rivals in the same state. Come on. it's not like if you're a padres fan and then you go to the tom brady start putting on a red sox hat you like. It's fake but i get it the other side of the country well anyway mouth off. He said this team didn't support me. And i mentioned that if he got caught that it would save the skins fifteen million dollars so and today's washington cut. And so i think what this was. Now that i take a step back would be that. Alex smith knew he was gonna get cut and he was just gonna while people will start listening to him. He slapped his gums. And and the whole thing about alex smith saying they never thought. I was gonna come back when i did. Come back through a wrench into their plans. Yeah and you're making him sound like they're bad guys. Just because the team was called redskins doesn't mean everyone at that franchises. Some dirty racist and hate you because you're white. Alex i don't know what his deal is. Your leg almost got chopped off and you you're mad at them for counting you out. You're mad at them. Because you came back they started you and some games and you told me you played better than heineke. Alex smith is careers. Probably over. But i hope i hope he finds peace with all his millions and millions of dollars and beautiful family. We'll take a quick break. Come back sports..
"eric ross" Discussed on No Agenda
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"eric ross" Discussed on No Agenda
"She's nice. I like when she says it. Because it's so it's clear. Yes and she had a mask on eric. Ross in corona california is less social executive producers comes with two hundred dollars of show Request abbu but car dotty song jingle request goat karma dear adam and john. After a few weeks ago. I knew as close tonight. Who'd after checking my accounting found. I was only twelve bucks short so here comes another donation to go above and beyond the threshold for nine. Pleased me sir. Boo jehad dean night of the freedom fighters ryan the mu g amaral can. I please request igloos and hawaiian shirts at the roundtable. Got it thank you and bye bye. Yeah i got. I got lined up for you. I'm going to play the end. Show got a couple of good mixes Boo about jeb. Baghdadi yacht death and that will be our list of very generous lists a lot of associate executive producers and generous executive producer. Show twelve twenty one data and if you think about where king twenty one thirteen twenty one back in the day when i was doing forty forty everybody morning shows you know you do a whole list and take day happened. Ballantine's greetings from bed today from him to her to him. It is and this is so nice. People get to say what they want to say to their to their the one they love say loved one. But i'm not going to do that to the one they love. It's nice really like that. Do have an extra health karma for rick grasso He emailed yesterday's in the hospital in huntsville. Alabama getting test prior to possible double bypass surgery on monday and he says i just tested positive for code. I am asymptomatic. Or john would say probably really. Don't have it. i didn't ask how many site those they ran their continuing with a test. Plus will add a test that shows how far along. I am with cova question. Mark have had temperature taken three times since positive all normal. They still haven't said how this impacts the bypass operation. My guess is they'll run all the tests then postponed for a couple of weeks. Then all the test again for the real surgery. I really can't afford to donate since i'm currently donating to the new wing of the hospital and several doctors new tesla's i'm hoping someone does or general requests for health car. I'm going to give that to you on monday. You've got karma and thank you. All so much are executive producers an associate executive producers and lovebirds love birds for episode one thousand three hundred and twenty one and of course i say happy valentines beautiful keeper who. I love much john. Would you like to say anything happy. Valentine's day me and have we will be thinking more people but these people get our executive producer title and credit an associate executive producer title and credit for episode thirteen. Twenty one. thank you again. If you'd like to do more for the show to.
"eric ross" Discussed on No Agenda
"Podcast in the university. Got great feet do meantime. I like to call up my brothers pat and tam who both hit me in the mouth as douchebag and tim for jainism karmapa plus the jingles take virus. And i call bullcrap roll. Tide michael woodall from obama. I call bullcrap. You've got carmine. She's nice. I'd like when she says it because it's so it's clear. Yes and she had a mask on eric. Ross and corona california is less social executive producer. Comes with two hundred dollars of show. request abu bakar al baghdadi song jingle request goat karma dear adam and john after donating a few weeks ago. I knew as close tonight. Who'd after checking my accounting found. I was only twelve bucks short. So here comes another donation to go above and beyond the threshold for night. Pleased me sir. Boo jehad dean night of the freedom fighters ryan the mu g amaral. Can i please request igloos and hawaiian shirts at the roundtable. Got it thank you and bye bye. Yeah i got. I got lined up for you. I'm going to play the end. Show got a couple of good mixes Boo about jeb. Baghdadi death and that will be our list of very generous lists a lot of associate executive producers and generous executive producer. Show twelve twenty one data. And if you think about where king twenty one. Thirteen twenty one back in the day. When i was doing forty forty everybody morning shows you know you do a whole list and take day happened. Ballantine's greetings from bed today from him to her to him. It is and this is so nice. People get to say what they want to say to their to their the one they love say loved one. But i'm not going to do that to the one they love. It's nice really like that. Do have an extra health karma for rick grasso He emailed yesterday's in the hospital in huntsville. Alabama getting test prior to possible double bypass surgery on monday and he says i just tested positive for code. I am asymptomatic. Or john would say probably really. Don't have it. i didn't ask how many site those they ran their continuing with a test. Plus will add a test that shows how far along. I am with cova question. Mark have had temperature taken three times since positive all normal. They still haven't said how this impacts the bypass operation. My guess is they'll run all the tests then postponed for a couple of weeks. Then all the test again for the real surgery. I really can't afford to donate since i'm currently donating to the new wing of the hospital and several doctors new tesla's i'm hoping someone does or general requests for health car. I'm going to give that to you on monday. You've got karma and thank you. All so much are executive producers an associate executive producers and lovebirds love birds for episode one thousand three hundred and twenty one and of course i say happy valentines my beautiful who. I love much john. Would you like to say anything happy. Valentine's day me and have we will be thinking more people but these people get our executive producer title and credit an associate executive producer title and credit for episode thirteen. Twenty one. thank you again. If you'd like to do more for the show to.
"eric ross" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Call +877 Ask Del Silicon Valley's move. To eject President Trump from social media represent a new display of power. As part of that Facebook now says it's removing all content, mentioning Stop the steal a phrase popular among supporters of President Trump's claims about the election and Twitter says it's banned 70,000 accounts the past few days that promoted the Cuban on conspiracy theory. Twitter, Facebook and others must reckon with what comes next. It's a story by Sarah Needleman Check reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Sarah explain this, what we're hearing is that whether you agree or disagree with their decision that it was a political Decision, and there may now be consequences We have some people are leaving Twitter and going to want something. People think Twitter on Facebook made the right call. And so we have Ah, case of more sharpened division. Uh, among People in the U. S and beyond. And so, um, it's question a question is, How is it going to affect the business is probably Facebook that so much, But Twitter is much more much smaller and depending depends on ads. So, uh, advertisers will react May they may see it as a On opportunity. Friends come back to, uh, Twitter if it left or made makes them feel more comfortable or the opposite. Right. All right, you know, then the opposite. Being social media is too toxic for us. As a company. We don't feel comfortable advertising here. That's possible. But also I mean, Mr Trump was a very user who had a controversial tweets and that have may have been a turn off for some big name advertisers. So this may be his removal may be welcoming to them. I It really depends on how you look at it and judging just email reactions I've gotten for meters. It's very Divided. Some people are really appalled by it, and others welcome it, and it's really one of the other is very black and white. So from an outside observer standpoint, what about the publicity of all this is the kind of yet to be determined about whether this is good or bad for the social media companies from a business perspective. Eric Ross is the chief strategist. Percent security who covers Twitter, Facebook. Another, Um, Publicly traded companies, you know, he sees this is the direction that they were going in on the way there already moving toward limiting people's political commentary, discourse and every time there seemed to be following them, So you know from the business simply that this might be a welcome change. But a lot of people feel that even if they don't get like what Mr Trump had said on their platforms, they still thought this was an attack on free speech and that Twitter face of made the wrong call. So it's very user just like earlier. Very black and white. There's a lot of opinion as to whether or not this is the right move, even if he didn't like what Mr Temple saying. We're speaking with Sarah Needleman. Technology reporter at the Wall Street Journal. She's written a piece entitled Twitter, Facebook and others Silence Trump. Now they learn what's next. I guess to. It always raises eyebrows because there are far worse things that have been said on Twitter that have not been Censored or from people who have not been removed from Twitter. I certainly that's up for debate as to what is considered something that worked better or worse. We're also talking about difference between the average Joe and the president of the United States. Um and so, uh, for someone like Mr Trump is his, uh, words carry a lot more weight. And certainly reach of a much larger audience s. Oh, there's a certain uh, I believe the way the problems handle speech is somewhat different for him. And in reality, most people would have been booted from their platforms a long time ago. For some, the commentary he's made. Mr Comey's repeatedly violated their terms of service. Whether that you agree with those from the service or another matter, but he had violated them, and they let him let it go, or they Did him with more kick loves, and they would with the average person and a simple Now they reach a point where they feel that that violation, I guess has gone too far. Um, but bottom line is they have rules and these were violated, and so they made a judgment call. Sarah Sarah Needleman Tech reporter at The Wall Street Journal. 20. Minutes now, in front of the hour on this morning, America's.
Eric Ross, Terrence Ross And Raptors discussed on CBS Sports Radio
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