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Fresh update on "gamble" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Explores the evil genius and incredible success of apple's AirPods. All of that to come, though, we begin with the global monetary policy picture. The economic section this week has a piece about the big gamble that central banks around the world are following the fed's lead in raising rates. For more, Carol and I spoke with businessweek editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg's rich Miller. You know, it's incredible. When you look through it, it's like 90 central banks have hiked and more than half of them have hike by three quarters, some of the more than that. As you say, everybody's trying to out hook each other, right? And there are some people worried with everybody going in the same direction to both going to tip over into global recession, right? So that's one thing. And the other thing is when they raise rates, you first see it in the stock market, stock market weekends. Then you sort of see it in the housing market, the housing market sales. And it comes at the very end, it comes into inflation. But as you say, if they're myopically focusing on inflation, that means I will probably going to overdo it. And that's going to push us into recession. Maybe a recession, all around the globe. Near rich and we're talking millions of jobs here as you write in your piece analyst at BlackRock, reckon that bringing inflation back to the fed's 2% goal would mean a deep recession and 3 million more unemployed. And then also hitting the ECB's target would require an even bigger contraction. All that right now is spelling out a global recession, something that affects the entire globe. So what does this look like when it comes to economic growth? Translating that 3 million unemployed into like growth, you probably have two, two and a half percent contraction in the economy in the U.S. economy. An actual contraction as opposed to sort of the sort of phony contraction that we got earlier this year when it was mainly because we were importing more. But this would be actual contraction. And the pain would be in the labor market. One of the questions is the politicians now with the most part except for senator Warren. That's sort of cheering the fed on. Inflation is bad. Go ahead, fed, raise the rates, but once you start seeing some pain as Jay Powell is promised us, you wonder whether the politicians will change their tune. Rich were already seeing pain and it made me want to ask you about lag effect. What is it really? I mean, we're seeing it already on housing, but the successive and cumulative interest rate hikes by global central banks, right? All of a sudden, I feel like it's like when you know you've got a clog and you're pushing through, nothing's happening. And then all of a sudden it comes flying through. I'm waiting for that. Is that what's going to happen? I mean, that is the danger. And that's in the past why the central banks, when they did raise rates, they'd go in small steps like 25 basis points. So you go you go slowly and you see, you have a little more time to see what the impact your rates were having. So but when you're going, when you're galloping ahead in like 75 basis point chunks, you don't have as much time to sort of gauge the earlier hikes were affecting growth. And as you say, housing is kind of in the crosshairs here. But if housing weakens and people are buying lesser appliances, people feel that their house prices are going down and they're going to save more. And that just has ripples. It just takes time, but as you say, it could sort of be like an exploding toilet, right? Good splash right into our faces. I didn't see that graphic here. Wasn't that a cover of Bloomberg business? It was a favorite. Might need to dust that one off. Let's look for the passenger next to you. You can get there back too. One of the things that I thought was a little bit frightening that I hadn't totally appreciated was the growth forecast charts in your story. U.S. goes down pretty dramatically when you start to look out, Euro area where UK man, that looks really bad in 2023. And from a sense of the folks that you talk to and the daddy that you're looking at it, is it starting to feel like there's that pit in the stomach that's like, oh God, this is gonna get really bad. Truth be told, the U.S. we've held up surprisingly well. The labor markets held up pretty well. The problem in the U.S. is we've got this embedded inflation problem. The stronger the economy is it means probably the fed is going to have to work that much harder to slow things down. And that's when you get risks that they slow it down too much and we go slipping into a recession. Rich real quickly, just got about 30, 40 seconds here, is inflation still a supply problem, or is it now kind of more demand problem? And that's where the fed can do something. Just quickly. I think in the U.S., it's probably becoming more and more demand problem, particularly in the labor market with wages are going up about 5, 6% a year. And to be consistent with the fed's target, they have to be going up three and a half percent. So got a long way to go. That's why people think unemployment is going to have to go up a lot. So workers finally get a break and now it's like, I'm sorry about that. It's not a good thing. We won't blame you, rich. Don't worry. Or we can. So I started here because of rich Miller's excellent reporting. He's in D.C., so there's nothing you can do. That was Bloomberg economic editor rich Miller, along with business week editor
Who Is Sid Rosenberg?
"A little bit about your background They're going to say why is he on and I'll explain in a minute because they're going to figure it out themselves Go ahead Well listen I started in radio many many years ago And I was a sports talk video game mark and what the WFA and the industry standard for sports It was there was Mike and the mad dog There was Sid Rosenberg And I had some issues Some very very public issues Drugs alcohol gambling and others And I blew it all away It was all gone It was all gone How'd it go down at the Florida take the first job given to me at the smallest stations in all of America and save that for 11 years begging and pleading New York PDs and management to bring me back sending tapes and doing fill in shows And then finally in 2016 Craig Schwab and shared Lopez of WABC in New York said you know what We're going to bring them back I came back to do middays at phenomenal mcgurk That lasted about two years then Don Imus retired They kicked him out And then of course he passed away unfortunately So we were doing mornings ever since for four years And right now Mark Levin your listeners should know we've got the number one new store radio show in New York And for that to happen at WABC is a huge testament to guys like you and O'Reilly John got some TDs but specifically me and Bernie because this patient was dead There was no pulse and now we're number one
Man Cave Conservatism With Darren Beattie
"Switching gears a little bit with you that you've got a piece up now at revolver dot news. And you're talking about Dave portnoy. Now, for folks who don't know, Dave portnoy, he is the head of barstool nudes, or he was the head and then they sold to this online gambling firm years ago, but he still sort of figurehead of the organization, one of the founders. And in your piece, and we've got the graphic here. It says that Dave portnoy is embarrassing himself already. And you're getting into this thing with between Dave portnoy and Alex Stein. And I think we have clipped 60. We actually have a clip of Alec comedian right wing comedian Alex Stein getting into it. Not even with portnoy, but he had some comments. I think it was a Las Vegas city council meeting to play clip 60 guys. And I get fed alcohol, and I get entirely way too intoxicated. I go to the ATM, I use my credit card. They make it very accessible to be able to gamble in my credit card. You know this merry Goodman. They make it absolutely incredibly accessible councilman to be able to take all I have. And now I got to go back to Clearwater, Florida, and I have nothing. Okay, so he's talking about gambling and he's making a joke about that. And sort of a meta joke about that's essentially what Las Vegas is. And we have the image up now that you guys made from revolver dot news on portnoy and signed and this whole bit, but let me ask you about this, is what is the difference here between what the new right is all about and what barstool conservatism is about and why did this incident we've got a couple of minutes left, why did this incident really highlight that? That's a great question. And to be perfectly honest, the term itself barstool's conservative is quite new to me. I'm just learning about it and my understanding is the kind of precise genealogy origin of it is meant to sort of convey this demographic theoretical demographic of people who are basically not socially conservative at all who are somewhat against wokeness, political correctness. And so forth. So fair enough. But yeah, abortion, that kind of thing. So fair enough. I would also throw out their man cave conservatism. No, that's the image that comes to my mind
The Tragic Saga of Alex Jones
"Jones back in many a couple of years ago. Spoke out about the sandy hook shooting. He said something quote, he said, no one died. The incident was staged. It was synthetic. It was manufactured. It was a giant hoax and completely fake with actors. He's totally wrong there. In fact, he's admitted he was wrong. Shouldn't have said it. It was not true. Somewhat despicable, quite honestly, and he shouldn't have said it. Okay, so he said that and in reaction to it, the sandy hook parents then started to allegedly to the court documents started to get harassed because of that. Series of lawsuits then were filed against Alex Jones saying that because of him their lives were totally ruined. This trial has been going on and on and on. Now remember, with Alex Jones, you're dealing with someone that specializes in bombast and bravado, shouldn't have said it. It was a mistake. He's admitted he was wrong, multiple times, but that will not satisfy the media, and that will not sought satisfy the nonstop pressure campaign against Alex Jones. So according to the judge and the Alex Jones case, anything you read in the press is hearsay and even reciting what you read as a means to convey how you made it feel is also hearsay. So let's play cut 22. How did you feel about that? Well, when I read the newspaper, there was a 20 $8 million ad buy. Don't say what you read. Just how many have you filmed? Things that you have read are also here today. Okay. Because you didn't save them. Somebody else centered right on writing is speech. Do not tell the jury anything that came from someone else that you've read or heard don't have to disregard that sentence. Go ahead. So that is the judge, her name is Maya Guerra gamble. This is the type of judge that Alex Jones was given. 23 up on stage. Hashtag stay at home. It could save lives with a blue hair bonnet on. Love is love with the transgender thing, and also don't stay at the top, vote for every Democrat. That's the type of judge Alex Jones got. Conflict of interest, you better believe it.
Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $45.2M More Over Sandy Hook
"It appears that Alex Jones got to pay a butt ton of money. The article says Alex Jones has worked up to $270 million, says experts at the Texas trial determining damages to sandy hook families because the victims aren't going to get any money. And it says Texas jury awarded sandy hook parents, sandy hook parents, scarlet Lewis, and Neil hessling an additional $45 million in punitive damages and Alex Jones, it says Alice Jones, he wrote the wrong name. Alex Jones defamation trial, and it says that Alex Jones is probably worth more than a $135 million to 270 million and has been main company free speech systems for years. So he got a bunch of money. They're making him pay $45 million on top of the 4 million that they originally said. It says Jones withdrew $65 million in September of 2021 after judge, the judge gamble, our last name is gamble, ruled that he had lost the lawsuit to sandy hook families by default for not complying with court orders, so Alex Jones got a lot of money.
Sinema's Billion Dollar Gamble
"News of the day is that senator sinema of Arizona has caved, and the Democrats in the Senate will pass. There are 725 pages of $433 billion in new spending and 739 billion in new taxes. It's astonishing. What did senator sinema get for it? She got a protection measure for billionaires. A $14 billion tax increase on some wealthy hedge fund managers and private equity executives. That's what her price was. I'm actually jaw droppingly gap mouth opened astonished at this bill. Again, 725 pages long, it spent another $433 billion, which will be amazingly inflationary on this economy already struggling to keep inflation below 10%.
Phillies extend win streak to 4 with 2-1 win over Pirates
"A fielding gamble allowed the Phillies to beat the pirates in ten innings two to one Rhys Hoskins led off the tenth with a sharp grounder to Michael chavis at first base rather than step on the bag javis tried to cut down ghost runner DD Gregorius as he ran from second to third the throw handcuffed third baseman could Brian Hayes and rolled away into foul territory allowing Gregorius to scamper home JT real Muto had two of Philadelphia's 6 hits including his tenth Homer of the season leading off the 6th Corey Ken Abel worked two scoreless settings to get the win picking off O'Neill Cruz at second base to start the tenth I'm Dave ferry
The Psychology of Projection
"Let me just say this. And this is what I want you guys and I fall into. When people are lacking something in life, they projected on other people. If you walk around America and you think you ain't, you ain't worth nothing. And you think white people are better than you, then everything white people do is racist. It's just the truth. If you walk around the world and you broke because you make poor decisions, I'm not saying you broke as you broke, I'm talking about you broke because you make porticus. Some people make good decisions and they still broke. But I'm talking about the people that are making poor decisions that are broke. And you know you've been you've been missing up. You know you've been gambling your money. You know you've been doing things you shouldn't do. And you broke and you mad at people that you think got money because they got money in their pocket. Then you start projecting in your mind that they treat you a certain way. This is not, this is not something that's like a new phenomenon. This is something that's been happening the perpetuity of history.
Macao extends lockdown to curb biggest COVID-19 outbreak
"The Chinese gambling enclave of Macau has extended its lockdown by several more days as it grapples with the biggest coronavirus outbreak in over two years Authorities say industries and commercial companies will remain closed until the 23rd of July authorities have also banned all inside dining and have ordered residents to stay at home unless absolutely necessary Casinos which are the main source of income for the autonomous city have been ordered to close as part of the lockdown I am Karen Chammas
Who Is Author, Lawyer and Solider Kurt Schlichter?
"For those who are new to our show and we are ever growing, we are over 3 million listeners right now plus all the viewers on the OTT on rumble, et cetera. Let's have a little praise. Who is colonel K? Where does he come from? And why did you say to us, I love it, that your Chiron has to say author lawyer and soldier. Well, it's kind of my CV look. I am just, you know, I'm really a child of the heartland because my parents were both from Pennsylvania. And then my dad, after his time in the navy, and my mom, time as a social worker and a teacher, he joined Procter & Gamble. And I was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. And everyone there is very genuine open and honest. And of course, I didn't fit in there. By popular demand, I was sent to California. I grew up in the California suburbs, the suburbs of San Francisco. Which are now very liberal and very rich, but when I was there, it was a land of single-family houses, a station wagons, good schools, governor Ronald Reagan, was there. And I am a kid of the real California, the sunny California, the palm tree, California. The one that we consider to be a Paradise way back when. Exactly, but the most important thing was there were never any limits on what you could do. It never occurred to me that I could not do what I wanted. You know, soldier author, lawyer, I want to be a lawyer. So I did. I wanted to be a soldier, so I did. I wanted to be a writer. So I wanted to be a stand up comic. So I did and it never occurred to me that it was beyond my reach because that's the power in the optimism of California. And that's what Reagan brought to The White House in 1981. And it was, he had the only guy happy about Joe Biden is the guy that president Reagan replaced. Right. Because now Jimmy Carter is not the worst president last time. Correct.
Macao to shutter casinos for a week in COVID-19 outbreak
"The streets of Macau are MT after casinos and other businesses were ordered to close following a rise in the number of coronavirus cases residents were told to stay indoors unless they were buying food or other necessities strict rules are in place and authorities warned of punishment for any one breaking the rules Macau resident miss Wong told the AP she's staying at home as much as she can If we go out to buy food we try to feed back home as soon as possible we try not to go out and get back as soon as possible Casinos in the well-known Chinese gambling center were ordered to close for at least a week the number of cases has topped over 1500 so far I am Karen Chammas
Gamel HR highlights Pirates' 4-3 comeback win over Brewers
"The pirates put together a four run 7th to pull out a four three win over the brewers Brandon Woodruff was leading three zero and working on a one hitter until Pittsburgh broke through Former brewer Ben gamble capped the rally with a two run Homer two batters after O'Neill Cruz sliced an RBI double that chased woodroof Milwaukee had a chance to tie it in the 7th but will he Adams was thrown out at the plate trying to score on a bouncer to first The outcome keeps the NL central leading brew crew three and a half games ahead of the Cardinals I'm Dave
Shanghai, Beijing order new round of mass COVID-19 testing
"China's started a new round of mass COVID-19 testing Residents of parts of Shanghai and Beijing have been ordered to undergo further rounds of the testing following the discovery of new cases in the two cities restaurants have also been restricted to take out only in one northern city an area which endured one of China's most sweeping lockdowns under the hardline zero COVID policy that gambling hub Macau has shut down one of its most famous hotel casinos after cases were discovered there The strict measures have been retained despite relatively low numbers of cases I'm Charles De
Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger Promoted the Negro Project
"Did she promote birth control Yes But you also advanced a project called the Negro project And she wrote in her biography about speaking to a Ku Klux Klan group Advocated for eugenics approach to breeding for quote the gradual suppression elimination and eventual extinction Of defective stocks those human weeds This was her Which threatened the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization And on the letter in 1939 to doctor C J gamble the founder of Planned Parenthood Sanger urged him to get over his reluctance to hire a full-time Negro physician as the colored negroes can get closer to their own members and more or less lay their cards on the table which means they're ignorant superstitions and doubt
Chase Elliott needs nearly 7 hours to win at Nashville
"Following a two hour delay due to rain at Nashville superspeedway chase Elliott took a gamble on a late race caution staying out when several other drivers pitted for tires The bet paid off as Elliot was able to hold off Kurt Busch and Ryan Blaney for the win As bad as we were at the beginning of the race to be able to adjust on it take advantage of the opportunities we had to try to fix it and then to hit on it and to be able to execute after we hit on it to finish the event strong is not an easy thing to do Elliott led the final 34 laps to pick up a second NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season Bush admitted to making a mistake that likely cost him a shot at the win and finished second I just needed to start throwing fenders and starting to move people around and I didn't get after it Blaney was third I'm Jerry
Canadian Parliament Member Respontds to Trudeau Attack
"BEE dot com slash hi everybody. Dot com slash prager. I think while I had prime minister Steven Harper previous prime minister of Canada on the show and I did a PragerU interview with him at one of our gala events, but I've never had a member of the Canadian parliament on the show. So let me introduce Melissa alliance. She is a member of the parliament of parliament in Canada. And she is a woman of courage, let me give you an example. February 2022, I reported this, by the way, on the show. In response to a question raised by Melissa alliance regarding the usage of emergency act the emergency act, prime minister Justin Trudeau replied to her by stating quote. Conservative Party members can stand with people who wave swastikas. She's a member of the Conservative Party. In response, Melissa Lance been stated I am a strong Jewish woman. And a member of this house, and the descendant of Holocaust survivors. I have never been made to feel less except for today when the prime minister accused me of standing with swastikas. I think he owes me an apology, I'd like an apology. So folks, even if you're not into gambling, what would you bet? That Trudeau apologized or not. Also she has been fighting. The man I consider bringing Canada to be more like Cuba than any other North American example. I wrote about that few months ago. She's been fighting his COVID dictates. And supported the Canadian trucker protest, again a member of the parliament of Canada. So Melissa lancement, you're a woman of courage, so I have a question that is nothing to do with the philosophical question because it's one that I think about a lot. Why are you courageous? That's a really that's a really good question. I think there needs to be somebody that stands up in this parliament for common sense, you know, whether it be against deployment minister that is othered in entire part of the Canadian population and in one who shows his true colors on the floor of the House of Commons or whether it's the everyday things like the nonsensical restrictions and vaccine mandates that we are still clinging to in this country. I think somebody has to be courageous and I figure that I'm already here. So here's a theory and then I'll get to the specifics of Canada in just a moment. I think I've asked this to all courageous people. And I think that people like you almost have no choice, it's almost like saying to somebody, why are you a righty or a lefty? I just am. And of course there's an element of choice on whether to be courageous. So anyway, thank God you exist. That's my bottom line. So first of all, I'm
Charlie Recaps the Three Types of Churches
"You explain to us about the three churches that you're seeing? Yeah, so there's three types of churches. It's the three C's and we'll go through it and I'm going to say this rather bluntly and plainly. You know my heart. If I offend you, sorry, I guess. We're not going to be honest. We're running out of time. It's political correct stuff's a bunch of garbage, okay? So look, number one, let's start with the good, the courageous church. Good pastors like Micah. He's doing amazing job pastors at our standing up for truth. Now, the courageous church is willing to stand up against government lockdowns and tyranny. The courageous church is willing to instruct their congregation about all the decisions they have to make. How do I marry? Who do I May or marry? How do I organize my finances? Who do I vote for? Is it a good or bad thing that I'm gambling? The church must do equip the congregation, the flock, with answers about all of these otherwise confusing issues. The courageous church does not care what The New York Times says. The courageous church does not care about what the activists say. The courageous church doesn't care if people walk out of sermons because you might have said something they don't like. A courageous church does not look at success through budgets and buildings, which the most of the American church does, by the way. Instead, they say, how many souls are we winning? Are we proclaiming truth? The courageous churches the vast minority of churches in America. And just like courage in general is very hard to find. The courageous church is a growing but small community and we're trying to help grow that at TPUSA faith. The second type of church is the cowardly church. They're the church that knows what they should do, but they don't do it. And they'll say the following couple of excuses. We only do the gospel around here. So do I. And I believe the gospel is about creating disciples, not converts of all nations. And discipleship goes deep. Discipleship means you're going to quit people to make good decisions in every arena of life, including what kind of government you're going to have. Don't tell me it's unimportant. Don't tell me it doesn't matter. More people have died from bad government last hundred years than anything else. So if you don't care about government, a lot of suffering can happen as we as Christians to try to limit suffering. We should care for the least amongst us. If you have bad government oppressive government tyrannical government, look what happened in the last couple of years. The lockdowns, the suicides, the mental health issues that are all byproducts of bad government policy and the type of system that we had. The cowardly church and here's my call for a lot of you. If you have a pastor, if you are a pastor here in this audience, that refuses to speak out at all about these issues. I want to challenge you because you can make a decision immediately to go from the cowardly to the courageous.
Gun buyback in Brooklyn gets weapons off the street
"A gun buyback in New York City gets some dangerous weapons off the streets while putting iPads and $200 into people's pockets Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez says several dozen loaded guns were turned in anonymously no questions asked at a local church A grandmother who came in and said her grandson had a gun She said when he opens his drawer he'll have the gift card and the iPad but that gun is up the house He says it's not costing taxpayers the money comes from gambling and drug for for sure while the iPads come from junior's restaurant owner Alan Rosen who says as a dad he just wanted to do something About enough It's every night I mean there was this Monday there was a young lady who was shot in The Bronx 11 years old The DA says the guns get destroyed Julie Walker New York
Inflation Woes Crush Wall Street Numbers
"To the news that shocked a lot of Americans that they got home last night. They saw that Wall Street shots sold off. Big time. So I let me look at what the total percentage of on the doubt was 3.12% on the S&P, it was three and a half percent on the NASDAQ. It was 4.99%. The Amazon was down almost 5% itself. And I'll tell you what, it's probably going to go on for a while. Because the market knows the fed meets every couple of months and is going to raise interest rates a half point every time they meet until such time as inflation is broken because every single person that inflation is the enemy here. And don't worry, if you're unless you're a speculator and you're selling puts and calls. And that's just gambling. I'm not sure Robinhood kiddo, who thought, you know, I was going to make a fortune by trading GameStop and AMC. You expect this and you grim and bear it. If you're an investor, as opposed to a speculator or a trader, you just say, ah, well, you know, that was a good 5 years. And it'll be a year before we start to climb steadily again. Maybe two. But it will, the S&P, the NASDAQ, the Dow, big tech, strong commodities, like P and G, but they always come back. Boeing's got troubles only announced it's moving its corporate headquarters. Near me and the beltway and that is simply the capitulation of corporate America to the reality of the interest rates and tax rates of living in a blue city.
"gamble" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Gamble. We live by the train tracks, and I'm parked. Right by the train track, so I don't know if you can hear the train. But anyways, the biggest thing was recognizing that his addiction was a distraction. So when 90% of the time, whatever your addiction is, whether it's an eating disorder or gambling or sex, or drugs or alcohol, it is to numb something that you don't want to think about. And so he had to work through his traumas. He had to work through things from his past, and once he did, he didn't have to numb himself anymore. And he just became such a better person. You know, I've talked about this before, but if you're new, the first part of her marriage, he was always on edge, and I always felt like you could joke with them, but you couldn't poke him too much because then he would just like come at you with something that was mean he didn't have a sense of humor the way he does now, and he was always on guard. And he never really went like he always seemed preoccupied. And so I was always on kind of pins and needles and every year that went by it seemed like it got more intense because there were more things going on like weird kids, and now he was trying to not think about his own stuff that he hadn't worked through. And that could be a full time job. And then he's also preoccupied by the fact that he was gambling all along. And then on top of that, so he's trying to keep track of that. And he's trying to hide all these lies and hide all these things and hide thoughts from himself and trying to avoid not thinking about traumas from his past, and now we have a baby. And now we have another baby and now we've got a business. And so it's just when people have unresolved traumas from their past, eventually just one more thing is too much. And that's oftentimes you find these types of people and maybe it's you, maybe it's someone you know or a significant other, but you get these like they snip and they bite and they they snap, and they're irritable and it's just like, wow, where'd that come from? What's the big deal this person just didn't, whatever, pick up their clothes or why did you just freak out that person sat at the red light for two seconds? Why'd you lay in your horn? You know what I mean? And he's not like that now because he's been freed from the secrets. We are as sick as our secrets. So his freed from the secrets and he did two solid years of intense therapy and that made a huge difference and continues to do therapy when he needs it. But oftentimes, when you go to therapy and pick one particular thing to work on, it's crazy how it just kind of like a domino effect it knocks over so many of your other traumas. So I can't stress it enough. You go to therapy if it's you, get your partner to go to therapy if what I've described sounds familiar. How do you do that? Creatively, lovingly, no one wants to be told you need to go to therapy, like no one needs to. Nobody responds to that. Ultimately, though I had to give him an ultimatum because he was like, I don't need it, and I'm not going. I tried everything. So earlier in our marriage, I had got him to go because I told him, you know, a therapist thinks would be helpful for me if you could come in and talk with us both. But once things got really bad with the gambling and everything, I just, he didn't have a choice. So I gave him the ultimatum. Here's what I need you to do in order for me to stay. And he was very, very willing at that point. But I've had lots of other people who have helped them get somebody to get help. And you just have to know the person. You have to be creative. Maybe it's you, saying, you know, putting it on your kids. If you love our children, you'll do this. Don't do it for me. Do it for our kids. Or maybe it is an ultimatum or maybe it is doing it creatively like saying I've really been struggling with some things and my therapist thinks it would be super helpful if you came in and did a solo session with him or her. There's just be creative. You know your partner, but just remember this nobody wants to be backed into a corner. Nobody wants to think that they have a problem. No one wants to think there's something mentally wrong with them or that they're mentally ill or sick, et cetera. Nobody wants to feel like they are the root cause or the problem. And that's number one number two number three in your 405, whatever number I'm on, the biggest thing is therapy scares people until they go. Because if you spent your entire life successfully avoiding thinking about something painful, and you know in therapy, you're going to have to think about it. That takes courage. But you'll be done with it once and for all. Literally, there's a beginning, middle and end. To that thing that continually haunts you. All right, well, it wasn't expecting to get so deep on a Friday car smart, but we did. Is there anything I missed? I hope not. Listen, I love you. I truly truly love you, having such a good time in the pod squad. Oh, I know I was gonna tell you. I'll save it for next week. Don't let.
"gamble" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"Go back to convince a moral problem. Why did you choose to lose your car your home. Why did you choose to lose your family well again. You didn't you have this. Your brain helps you to do that. It's a very interesting thing that you said there that people believe that it's a choice. It sounds like you're saying that it's not a choice is becoming a gambling addict or a problem gambler. Is it not a choice as it. Just something that happens to us. Do we have any control whatsoever. No it's not a choice. That is something that does just happen to us. And when we get back to what happened when we activate that pleasure principle white back to your running example. That's what gets us up to keep running every day. That's why we do marathon. Let's look at the people that have had knee surgery and they continue to run. Despite maybe the orthopedist says maybe we should back off of these marathons gay and start walking. You've got to america and you look at people's knees and you see scars from the surgery. No different and accessibility is another problem when you were talking about the states. That don't have government funded lotteries alabama alaska hawaii mississippi nevada and utah. I have to move to one of those in order to not have this constant urge or need. 'cause there's that chase and of course what's interesting about. Mississippi is that gambling is legal in mississippi. I along the mississippi river and i i only know that because that's where my mom's casino right so even even the states that put up some barriers one of them at least doesn't have all barriers. The operative word there that's not government funded interest good point. I mean we did things. Other back to the social component you know think about fundraising people. Will dave mock casino to raise money for charities. Or like i always joke. Chucky cheese is just gambling for children because you play all these games of chance and skill to win tickets for prizes so it really is everywhere. Which i guess from my perspective makes it that much more difficult to notice if you are having a problem or your your loved one is having a problem and probably to know what to do and we'll be right back after a word from our sponsors. Is there something interfering.
"gamble" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Is the selling factory dot com. We have a lot of wonderful information on our website. There's a the ability to book a meeting with me i'm areas. Anybody wants to learn more information if there's students that are listening and they wanna learn what it's like to be a a an employee of selling factory from the student's standpoint. There's there's a bunch of information on our website there were also very active on linked. So you can find bestselling factory linked in. We have a lot of fantastic content. Which amazingly enough comes from our students are students. Write a ton of blogs Regarding generation z. What it's like to for gen z. To go into the career world and what sales means to them and there's so many great logs you've got a bunch of them on there now that we post on linked in and they're also on our website and then We have an instagram page. We now we have a tick talk So we have to realize that really instagram. Tick-tock are really geared. More sore students and lincoln is really geared more to our clients but There's multiple ways to find us and And of course anybody can always email me at brad at the selling factory dot com or of course connected in the unlinked and i'm very active on linked ten as well. Thank you so very much bread. It's been a fantastic co anybody. Who's on the coldest. Today's looking to learn more about the selling factory. Wanna get involved either as an internist student or a company was looking for a turnkey solution. Such as the one we've talked about on today's go the selling factories. Few at the selling factory dot com. No matter where you see this co you'll find links back to bread and his team and with that being said brad. Thank you so very much for joining me on the my future business sherry today..
"gamble" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Naski here. Hook doing wonderfully well. If this is your first time joining us on the show it is great to have you here if you take away some great content with you by the end of this going on today. We're going to have a wonderful coal with the of the selling factory bread gamble. Welcome to the show. Rick thanks for having me. It's absolutely my pleasure. Now you and. I are just talking briefly about the winter that you get in your location so that's probably a good place to start. Where are you located. We're located in florida specifically gainesville florida. Which is the northern part of florida. I most people know orlando tampa where we're about two hours. North of orlando So yeah we're We're in good old. Good old florida and we are located right next to the university of florida with gainesville. That makes a lotta sense given the line of business that you're going to touch on that momentarily but has florida always been your bread. It has grew up in south florida and moved to gainesville florida to go to the university here and when i graduated i decided i would never leave. So i've been living here post graduation for About twenty twenty one years now. So what are you. What are your a coup early days living growing up dave. What was some fun memories shave with this war growing up in florida the even though it's hot very hot you can do stuff. You're around so whether it's fishing or surfing or golfing or tennis or really any sport for that matter of florida's a great place to do that. Do you do any sports. Still what what you think. When you're asking. I played a lot of sports growing up. But i think what i what i ended up deciding i was gonna just do full-time was golf. I'm a big big fan. Does that mean any good because no one. No oh no not at all. If you wanna coon come see you. Yeah i've i've i've played a lot of calls and i got decent in my younger years but Being an entrepreneur and and things does it. Does it leave us much room to play golf as one might think. Now you would in your passed on when you when you lock too relaxed. You.
"gamble" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Talking to people. So you'll find want to do shows once. I wanna i wanna get puppets in an attic and talk to them on tv. I wanna puppets so. You'll game plan when asthma was really not to detained in this otherwise. I'll have to do lows of tv. Are won't be able to continue doing all that he did. I tenderly tostitos the last thing on tv. That i to do it to take off. We have discussed this before. Think having a off in between task tells champion champions will that affect your performance in any way. Well that's a good question. Yeah i mean it. Means that your the only contestant with two testicles no foreskin. No i i i got to know. There's not a complete male genitalia. I've got a foreskin fucking now. Do fuck you know really good. Luck is a good one like a wind. Sock me you know. I think i went into it. I wanted to do. Because i was what happened with the i. I was just a but i. It was the first day i toss. It was just after the general election. And i hadn't slept all night and was depressed and it was really difficult to concentrate on anything and then but also was just so nervous. I don't think i kind of relaxed. Let myself get into it. So i decided with the task i did. I just thought. I'm going to relax and think about it before then. Student the correct way of getting the triggers puzzle. But if everyone did it not you had five. James acosta's doing not staying in bed. I was genuinely try it on this show. He was thinking his way around. But that's how it works and especially in my one you needed someone who was anchored in some sort of reality to redo just watched my savings at taskmaster though imprimis goal but like they've just released the pg versions slave watched that and they got obsessed with it and at the end of one of the episodes filming himself up as the price task so like a win filming so they were phoned me constantly. Facetime in me asking to see philan- you've got him and otherwise you just missed him. he's going to get some ice cream sets just missed it boy. My nephew is nine years old was like could we feel wine. The shops again is like the allusive. Jeff will highlight very good. Well we'll see how that goes see. How is that been coming up. James custody he's gonna follow up your amazing standup show. I've never series my podcast. Perfect sound about music in two thousand sixteen being the great shift municipal time. We've just started the second series of that. So we just an episode of rosie jones. The guest talking. About a major shake the pull radiohead and this update. Our next guest talked about very obscure album. That was recorded in. Someone's bedroom in montreal. So yeah lobbied doing that. So you just doing stuff in your own stuff on tv just sitting on the same for the first time. I've sound something different while working. I hate it. Just just just podcasts. That's it the minute so we need guys the future. That's the one i thought about you. I don't want to do any panel shows. Panel shows wanted to do was went on behind the scenes. Welcome we rip off task. Good general of a massive right applause. All these guys from off menu at campbell them very much thank you. You been listening. How must apply with me with tearing my guests. Ed gamble james casta. Thank you discount regard for playing the theme tune so nicely for us. I'm indebted my producer. Ben walker. i went to my friend director. Chris evans not that one not that one either thank very much to kathleen mackay again for a fantastic research work by robusta dot com This his skype as not thank you. Very much to the clapham grant for having us for this run we had an absolutely fantastic time and we'll look after brilliantly. We hope to be in say in. This is a ghostbuster strike. Buzz and skype potato production. Go dot com slash become a monthly budget. Then go pick up your half price. Tickets to the live stream of the series of rallies gone forgotten. The tickets to see the show live is fantastic. Richard herring dot com slash gates for all the legs. I love you thank you. Let's get back into the theaters. Debt like back to normal if we take..
"gamble" Discussed on RunPod
"Own life but it was it. Was it just kind of really reminded you. Nobody wants to really help you. Because everyone still thinks you might be a little bit dodgy you could have gathered. You might really really odd odd time. But i mean i i would prefer that came naming. Obviously you have your podcast of menu. Which does really really well. And it's all by food and my rain senior a vegan no. I have been vegan in the past. It's really weird thing that i was vegan for about nine months or i was eating plant based the nine months to sort of challenge myself On just to see what it was. Like and i think i said it once on now and then now ev everything is. You'll you'll vegan on you have to see that awkward climbdown of going now. I tried something ethical for a while and then it turns out. I was too weak. I didn't even look to see if you are vegan. I just. I just thought i'd just check and make sure at gambling in one of the first things that came up is vegan vegan and shipping vegan for like a decade. No that's just not true till twenty. So i think it was two thousand seventeen. I was vegan from twenty thousand nine. I was vegan from january to october. I think and then. I went on holiday japan and there was absolutely no chance that was carrying on okay. Well there's no point in asking you if being vegan helps if you're running then i'm sure it does helps a lot of people or it doesn't affect the anyway but no for me it's not a factor and caroline has asked cowan harbison. Said she loves of many and she's interested in new whether you eat to run or run to eat a good question I think it's a bit of both. I try not to. I try not to do anything for something else. Because i try and do things just because i enjoyed them..
"gamble" Discussed on RunPod
"Hopefully ready to take on your run or the very least think about taking on a run at runners are split into two categories. Those who procrastinate and put a run off as long as possible making tee navy gun for of text session finding random stuff to do to delay going just a little longer and those than who are far more motivated and just get on and do it so which you at. Today's guest is a comedian. You've seen him on the telly. You may well have seen him on stage. you made. listen to his podcast you know. He's funny because on social media he's actually called. Ed gamble comedy. He is also a runner. Welcome to run poet. Ed gamble comedy. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me and also just to clear up the twitter name. I didn't pick it to make sure people knew that i was funny. I picked because someone has taken that gamble. And i thought well what do i do for a living comedy. Let's make it make everyone very sure of who they're following and the guy who has had gambler since requested many times that i take the handled away from him because he has lots of people tweeting him about my work Of of left inter he can deal with it. I'm happy had biggest comedy now. The guy that's lewis and he's permanently going thereto taylor absolutely love. That has responded. Everyone's complaints brilliant life. I love it. But i wonder if there's is an ed gamble gardner at gamble. I dunno whatever else. I've actually taken all of those just basically just in case i ever changed career. I've got every single twitter. Nate nice and into their the Runners are split into two different groups. Which are you you the one that kind of pitso for you the one that just does it. I it depends on the day to be honest with you. Like most of the time when i'm running a lot and it's just i'm running a few times. A week is probably just to get on with do it. because it's of my retain. As part of my day they have not been for a run for a while. It's fails like more of a daunting task. So i will. I will that we lot more build up it. I've made sure of how to coffee. Make sure i'm ready to go. Make sure i've had enough sleep all of that stuff. Then i'm out. If it's just part of my day then. I tend to just get out there and do it. You on a couple of marathons any or have i've done. I've done london merson twice. Yeah okay so does that mean. I mean have you always been into running. Is it something that you have new. Okay no god. No i so up until i'd say the age of twenty three. I didn't do any exercise or any spill a quiet away. And then i just had a so of eureka where i was books for tv gig and i thought well you know so of failed particularly on top of my game Why don't i try and that sisal eat healthier and when you first start doing that sort of thing having done nothing and having a eight and quite well i i hate using words like unhealthy or anything like that but just like refusing to eight nutritiously for a long period of my life The white just fell off. And then i then. I discovered that i actually quite lights excise and running came about I'd start going to the gym..
"gamble" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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"gamble" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Have to put up a dollar fifteen to make a dollar. I mean you just can't outrun that math standard austin would in your mind. Which sport do you think has benefited the most from legalized gambling. If there is one you know. It's tough to say. Because i look at the four major sports and i don't think any of them have fundamentally changed in terms of their viewership. We know numbers. Were down for the nfl. The superbowl wasn't anywhere. Close to what we've seen in the past but people are going to bet on football on no matter what you did to provide obstacles or restrictions in that regard. I honestly think baseball can be the biggest beneficiary from it. Because you're talking about not having a whole lot of competition especially during the slower summer months this year. The anomaly because i think the nba playoffs go into late july. Or whenever the hell. They're going to manage that up. But you're talking about you know once the nba and the nhl wrap up and maybe a little bit of horse racing you know major league. Baseball becomes a standalone entity from late. June through the dog days of summer when you're talking about first inning. Will there be a run score. I five inning strikeout. Props that major league baseball has a huge six week window. That if they really wanted to make a major push that they could keep all of those gamblers who might go and normally we take summers off fully engaged. Find different ways to bonus and that's part of why you've seen you know the major league baseball go with digital show that will focus a little bit on gambling shirt to incorporate some dfs components. But i think that's a sport can do it one sport that i can speak to that. I know is openly embraced in his trying. To figure ways out is actually nascar. I've had extensive conversations with some of the folks there. I've covered the sport for the last handful years and it was really a niche for me but they know that most casual fans aren't going to tune in and watch a race for three and a half to four hours they have to find other ways to try and get them involved. And whether it's betting on the outright market or betting head to head matchups or anything else that's out there stage race stage racing to take advantage of folks to get them involved for a couple hours and all of a sudden you find fan was watching a race for ten minutes starts watching for twenty starts walking for an hour and suddenly can't leave his her tv every saturday or sunday for thirty six races.
"gamble" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Host jimmy traina. Thank you so much for listening. If you are into the gambling world you will enjoy this podcast. Very much tied ferment. Former oddsmaker caesar's now covers the gambling. World we get into a lot of hardcore gambling stuff and not so hard core so to appeal everyone We get into what's going on with legalized gambling with each of the states. The importance of shopping around for line bad losses this season. What kind of losses are the worst. How sports have been impacted by this. Which sports have benefited the most talk about baseball and bedding. How baseball can sort of get helped by it. So we covered all wit firm in everything in the gambling world. Before we get todd last week andrew marsh and from the new york post john where we covered a potpourri of items in these sports news. Sports media news landscape. Paul pierce gymnasts bunch of things. They are two weeks edge. Wwe superstar just was in the main event russell three weeks ago. Great podcast with scott van pelt. If you missed any of those go into the archives and give those listen and please subscribe to the podcast all right. Let's get to this episode right now with todd furman and some gambling talk right joining me now. Gambling guru plenty of jobs used to be an odds maker which fascinates me. So maybe we'll get into that again but In this world where gambling is taking over snowing. Better really check in with from time to time and todd furman. Todd how are you. I'm doing very well. Jimmy just catching a little day baseball watching our beloved yankees chason early deficit against toronto blue jays. It's funny you say that. Because i was going to tweet this morning. I very little about sports anymore. Just because everyone twitter is an asshole. And i i disagree when just trying to have like a light fun thing and i was going to tweet like if you this year. Bet will the yankee score. I know in every game. You're probably very rich right now. They don't squawk i and they did today with the aaron judge moore but they never score. I it's very rare. And i don't know curious. Is that a bet that is offered on sites these days now the game so prevalent it a lot of spots you can find which team must work than game. Obviously you have to pay a substantial price for the road team. Because they're going to get a for trying to do so and then a one of the big betting markets. That's really growing in popularity for major league baseball as everyone gravitates towards this quick fix is will there be a run scored in the first inning..
"gamble" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Let's get the shares of procter and gamble. Also talking tape today, the company posting, it's the largest annual sales gain since two, thousand, six strength and the home care unit. That's like dishwashing detergent and all that kind of stuff all the stuff you do at home laundry detergent. PK? Well. Clyde gene right I mean, this one was a no brainer. Not only that is that you in early in the pandemic in most places, it was really difficult to get these products. So people bought extra, they hoard it, they put it in their pantry. So and I still think that actually could happen a bit I'm not convinced that we are done with covert I, mean the film mention that board is not thinking of thinking that there's not going to be a resurgence and that's not my. My view at all I think this this ball. We could have another very big resurgence. So I think this would actually go right into procter and gamble not only that let's remember we've had a pretty weak dollar proctor and gamble multinational should do fairly well. Is there any concern that if the economy gets rough that people aren't going to be paying up for <hes> cascade or some of these other brands and they'll they'll sort of down go down market? So to speak in terms of price. Yeah. I. Think People by two case point when people were hoarding. When you go into these stores, you buy anything that's on the shelf, and if they don't have a proctor and gamble products, you buy whatever's there. But obviously, stock price people reach for that investors reach for what they know and they know proctor. This is a p seventy four. Guy Do you pay a pe of seventy four for the seller of Tech Company and deter I? Mean it's a higher multiple than than apple. Look forward, I think forward, if you look at it against next year earnings to your point about trailing I mean it's a twenty, twenty, five years numbers, which you know it's expensive I mean the to your point, it's not cheap, but it hasn't been cheap for a while and I think if I'm not mistaken, it probably made it or close to an all time high today. Today. So people are definitely paying up on out on the risk curve evaluation carve, which is fine, and so your point, it's not and that's not to be Glib, but there will come a day when we look at each other and say, can you imagine people paying close to thirty times forward earnings for procter and gamble? We'll be shaking our heads and but we're not the. Market Right now. Kimmy like this quick. I actually, I was just thinking if I came up with anything less than cascade, my wife would leave me. So when I come home with with White Label Brands, I'm in trouble. proctor and gamble loves me I. Think the multiple is absurd. But this multiple been absurd for two years. Okay. Didn't just code for the stock to actually not make sense valuation. So I wouldn't buy it, but I wouldn't short it. All right.
"gamble" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Exactly. In terms of how many people like the Common Melanie. Warn you know we just. We did the bear tracks, and then went on tour like okay back and it was. But you know what? That's going to be around long time because of that because y'all do it because. All the careers just bloom and getting bigger and bigger and bigger. It's just gonNA. Make more people listening to got an Oscar now. WHO's at WHO's GonNa come and comet. Yeah is great. What's he was? He'll wake up every home to him. What did what did you label with? About. What do you think about new stuff? It was on a epic or Columbia Columbia Columbia. GonNa. Ask him what he thought about the resurgence of Philly. Soul, when you know the roots Black Lily like Jill when all that happened thinking loved. I loved the the whole black I mean he worked with VIC to. Play. To Cook. And James Poyser. Based yes. Fee. Also worked in. Our love it man because you know were. Like? I Seen James in the train station one day. M. It was sitting there talking. We're waiting for the train. And I said James said you really doing good man. Says I I see every night like. I told them was I see every night and. He talked about talented people. Like James is a very talented person. I mean, and I was telling my, so you know. yeah, the part that Jimmy Fallon does when he says. Thank you, thank you notes. That's a beautiful melody. He's playing. You know what I mean I would. Guess. Grammy Award Winning James. I mean that that in my view, a great melody and listened to us it. would be great maybe. Maybe. Over you throw it and do something with it. was. You I'm talking to Mr Gamble over here. On the blue face mega hit. Don't go down. All the all the kids are taking your stuff. So why don't you take somebody? Taking it back. Yeah well I! Don't know lyrics to its melody. And you know some words can take it to the next.
"gamble" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Suicide, or whatever natural causes it doesn't matter. When you dis someone has to pick up your body regardless of the circumstance and generally speaking, you'll see two types of people picking up dead bodies for living. You'll either see thoughtful caring, professional or a complete train wreck of a person whose life is always about to spiral out of control. I'm somewhere in between and I. Don't know how much longer I can take getting called out in the middle of the night to scoop brains off a county road or pick up pieces of people sleeping on train tracks. It's a lot for a teenager to handle. I'll tell you this much. Growing up in a funeral home is killing me. My name is grant, and these are my funeral home stories. iheartradio is number one for PODCASTS, but don't take our word for it. Find my funeral home stories on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts. Can You? Can you speak upon teddy at the height of his powers and? I. Don't think there's there's not much emphasis on. How powerful he was and where he was headed. where he was headed in his career, but them believable. Daddy and how? How? I'm starting as drummer in Harold Melvin the blue notes like how was that? Power is contained. Inside of that unit before you've actually had to bring it out like you always knew that voice was there. Nope, it's a matter of fact. My introduction to Teddy Benegas I was out doing something called me. And upset gamble. 'cause we will always tell how Melville. You needed a lead singer. How do you take that? That he wasn't. He's like Charlie. Brown. Not The starve is. Like, but how? How is a genus? A mean this man he he put, he put that he could take all of us and make us the blue notes. You know he s the kind of gift he has. And I used to tell him that was. He was my friend number one and we're trying to get. We're trying to make it. And so the key of it would be, is that He had. Out there and so to compete, our had a soft voice with Merle smooth voice, a nice voice, but you need it bad boys. That could Rochman House. Yeah, you needed a voice, decorate the house and so off call me one day said man. See How got a guy hit? It plays the drums. He's a gambler. You got hit this guy so by the time I got down there to the office when I heard him I, said off. As as the guy we've been looking for. On! How did you break the news to herald bet? Guy Should sing I miss you. because. We all thought that was Melvin. Right no it. That's where the problem came in is that? You know that there was some kind of How Melvin Blue, not we had at the blue note, featuring teddy penny grass, the grass right, and then we changed it because how would really putting together a fantastic show? He had because it could have been how Melvin and the blue notes feature, Teddy, pornographic and sheriff. Gordon paged. Before she was singing immigration the group. McFadden and Whitehead Report Sharon page in. You know they knew her. She was from north. Philly. and She Voice so sweet now hope we can be together soon as great and That was a song that we did with Dusty Springfield Oh wow years ago. Hope we can be together soon and and how Melvin. Took share impeach and rehearsed her. and. When I listened to it I. Wow, so this is good I said, but you know what. Let's see. We gotta put Teddy on here. So, so was how Shantha Age and Teddy Bene- aggressor reser put teddy on the end, right. which which really made it made it to me? Made it nice. You know and was kind of hard to argue with success, but I know that that must have caused. Some sort of conflict with I didn't know I didn't look at it like that I looked at that 'cause. I'm telling it's I was telling him? I said we trying to make it you know and to me you be like fooling yourself. If you don't try to. At least do the best you can do. Did he try to attempt to sing me songs himself he did he have a part in them. Oh, I was GonNa say you version of I. Miss You with our them singing. I miss you. Mean, okay I was like I got here I. Don't think it might be though you know somewhere. Right update rails right? Okay gear, but. Now. was was made for Teddy Billy Graham, and what was the decision to have him? Leave the group and did it cause. A conflict of interests like okay. You're going to produce US both now. What we could have. And that's just left in seventy six. So was that a government interest from them or what they wanted to leave? They want it. They broke. The group of a teddy left to group right. And he came to me and said look I'm leaving her Melvin and I can't get paid or whatever the situation whether. It's as say cannot stay as he can stay. It's no problem so then when I came in. And the House will you know? Teddy loves group. I got me a new singer you know. And I'll stay but I. don't want Teddy over here so well. Can't do that. You're going to lose this. One. Right can't do it so. and he had a good group because that's when Ibo I'm thinking. Yeah David David Ebo. I think his name was Kenny might be. But. Anyway, it was good. And but it wasn't like Teddy. Pentagram is right it all thing and And I think that's during a time when wake up everybody. Came Out And, that was pretty much. Didn't need a background. Wake up, everybody and so we didn't use a background, but that was before the group broke up anyway. Okay, okay, so it wasn't wasn't anything, but I loved how Melvin Nanto. A lot of talent and He's the guy who discovered Teddy Pinot Gris..
"gamble" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Seven how many thousands of Came from sigma. You said seven. Yeah like overset. Okay so when Sigma imploded okay. A of these rules were. Just! About to go in the trash like it was going to storage and. That didn't happen so basically Drexel. University wound up with thousands and thousands and thousands of reels, so there is a week that stevie wonder spent in Philadelphia. Which? I I don't know the particular date on the on the call sheet, but he's at Sigma demoing. What will become I love you too much? That was on in square circles earlier. I think that the real was seventy, nine eighty or something I think yeah so. There's about. There's about two weeks worth of Philadelphia's sigma rules. Of Stevie, wonder, re, Kuttan seeds, Star, and like five or six other songs, but one song is actually with Al Green Him. Giving it to Al Green. It's it's like a demo, but it's good enough for me to still. Listen to be here all the time. Stevie really yeah. Who Fall Asleep on the couch. He would come to the studio. I mean I'll announce everything just. Sounds like Steve. It was great so. stevie wonder not that I. can we rewind just a little bit because we kind of? No yeah, we skipped We skipped a couple of things to to my favorite songs. the gamble enough name. Just completely glossed over we didn't we just I'm trying to? Turn the car back to. House about to go back to your Barrett so we can see. I was going back to the soul survivors and expressway heart. Which? Right. I remember I was probably. Six or seven years old in my bedroom, somehow that record gotten into my room, and it stayed on my little fisher price turntable for like three weeks like I played that record over. Yeah, yeah, yeah, so but it was. It was on gamble record which predated Philadelphia National Oh. Yeah, so, can you talk about that early label experience, and what that was like in in the transition into phillies international. Campbell records was My partner, there was a crash. Remember Crafts, Brothers clothing store. Yes, that was my point then. Belly credits that laogai crash brothers. Isn't it if you didn't buy your grasp? You've been robbed. Wa He's new. Yorkers E, he. It's Kinda like the. He was a crazy interest crazy. Guy But fast brothers grasp others like. He was your partner partner. Then is if you gotta? Go going to grasp. The CAST. Off? Then he was great. He taught me a lot man he really did. Feel love music. He liked to sing himself so one day I was in there. It's all of us to buy clothes, stage and stuff like that. And he said can I WANNA make a record. Could Union ban work with me? So. Yeah, we'll work with a while. As I got some groups them. Working with US need to help me out with them. So. We made a deal. He became partner and. The groups he had, his songs was caught. His group was called the nights and author was the name of his group and we. We cut that. It was good. And It he had one song that Curtis Mayfield took. What's called? Man Oh man man. Oh, man, have you been displaying? The young Jesus sample they..
"gamble" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"From that point on then got into Ben. Romeo's. Laughs with made it really. As jell, even closer because we'll be urging all the time and the key to the Romeo's was. That the Romeo's was a band that we used to take songs that were already out. That were very popular like safer. They keep on pushing. Curtis Mayfield want people like that. We would take their songs. And rearrange them. We do a lot of medleys we do. People be familiar with the songs, but they would be different so. And huff is A. He's a singer. Roland was a singer Tommy was a singer. Can Sing a little bit, so we used to do like the hi. Lo's Oh we're. Take six. We used to do that kind of music, too, you know. And I really like that better than Than anything you know when we all sang together because I never really did like being on stage a black by myself, you know I never did strength in numbers strength in numbers. It was beautiful, so so do you know the first song you charted on an artist previously international? PRI affiliated national. I hit that we had before. Hope what the label scene like in Philly, like I know, there's lost night. It was a lot of them yet. It was a lot of it was chancellor. They with Cameo Parkway. Dad like record for all these labels all. Have a collection of. Like fifty labels all different. LEAD UNBELIEVABLE And of the. The Andrews! I was a fan you can. I knew it. Yeah I'm believable. He was Voice was like unbelievable. Thank you. So, how how is it that? We had like over twenty labels in Philadelphia and then. Suddenly. They just started to dissolve one by one. The industry changed. Okay industry changes like it's changing now. The industry changed. Because it went from independent distributors. To corporations take it over. Say for example He would have I would say in Philadelphia. They were about. Let's say fifteen distributors. Philadelphia And those distributors would might might be Rosen's was the distributor. On North Broad Street and he would sell. He would distribute maybe mercury records RCA, records. And maybe epic then you'd have Williams distribution they would have. Four or five other labels. Now, the thing of it is is that it got down to the point where. Where the industry. became. More consolidated okay like a chip. It's chip in. San Motown had sceptre at all these labels. and. You would. You would make a record. ouimet records in in It was much easier than those days for us. Because you make a record, you get chips to distribute it for you. and. You get airplay was the whole thing you gotta get your record on the radio. Somebody's got to play it in order for people to to want it. and. It's an old industry change. When the CBS is! The Warner brothers and all of these major. Corporations started to consolidate and they were by. All of these little labels and put them all together then WanNa. Brothers became a distributor. Themselves okay. Columbia records became distributed themselves. And so once they became distributors they were able to. Take guys like gambling off because we were independent. In fact, it was a good thing and a bad thing. Because they became competition now you know the major companies around, but what we were able to do. is to survive because. We became creative company. And the marriage that we needed was and that we we searched for. Was An administrator who could collect whatever royalties whatever monies that was due from all over the world, because it's a worldwide industry, so you gotta be collect money from. From Philippine Philippines Brazil every place. You can think Oh yeah. How how familiar are you with the Harvard report? Which? I believe that the original Harbert report. In Nineteen, seventy, one seventy one. Of which I guess, it was stated that. For. I don't know the point. was that for major labels to survive? Or for black music to survive, for basically the idea of a major label adopting. Smaller, black label. Yeah, that's that's what national was so. Was it someone? Who because by that point seventy two, even though there is. There's backstabbers and like things were starting to heat up but who? Who's the person that? You know who was inspired to write the Harvard report that really argued for you guys to to have a deal with Clive Davis. or He? This Harvard report and it's like you know you're right I should do this. I think they sponsored it. Oh. Okay Lot of director. Comey sponsored it because we were there at CBS like nineteen, sixty, nine seventy, when we was making ideal right, and it was kind of like if shadowed what we were doing with with CBS. because. There was a time when we would do albums and we would Album covers. And we will put the like an artist. My Jerry Butler or somebody like that on the front cover and their sales department was in all. We can't sell. It can sell it because it was a black face on it. Yeah, race records race records. This is where they were coming from, and so when we got into, it was a little more Music became a little more of a protests instrument. Right, you know. And the industry is opened up. It opened up. Why like in Texas they were there was a wreck job. Direct job is a guy who's got a warehouse and he'll by one hundred thousand albums. And distribute them himself, but.
"gamble" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"And that morning when my mother I asked I, said well. Who is that? You know up the street? And they were out there. Baptizing people with this hose with hose a lot. Yeah with a water hose like with the. And It was so interesting that today. I still go there 'cause they always say the convocation around the my birthday to have it all across the country by the way. And, so that's what really got me listen to music. When and when you listen to our music, listen to the morning to try to. Get them horns going in there and It was good. What other thing you asked me was seeing the whole project through. The We started in Seventies. With the binding properties, we're clean up together. The intention was. To those properties and get the Land I. And so! That was there was a brother. His name was Norman and who worked along with us. and. He was These are real estate guy. He knew a lot about real estate and my wife. She knew about real estate, so we. Kinda disguised Norman as a person. Because then we could get them for very low prices because at that particular time. The the property in these neighborhoods. That I mean he's vacant lots. And whatever at that time they were very very cheap. You know in the city really wanted to see if things Developed and They had a couple of public housing programs, and so we were able to build up construction development company and they worked out good. It worked out real good that That the city of Philadelphia, it's not easy. It's not easy because it's a lot of red tape involved in all this, but. You know you gotTA. Go through it to get to where you WANNA go. That's what started the whole thing, but the the one ingredient as as we were doing this. The one thing that came into my mind was. Why haven't these programs work before? You have so many. Good intention people that want to do something a community. And what I found out. Is that in the development business? Is that you have people who live out of the African American community doing all the work in the in the community. And so we decided to do is to. Live in the community. So that was the biggest decision of all is to move back into South Philadelphia and be there. So that. The neighborhood because. I was all in the newspapers. You Know Kenny Gamble boots back to South Philly. Watch because. What do you call it? When the neighborhood being Chan turned around? Case thanking us. that was starting to happen and And even today I mean it's just unbelievable. You got lots in South Philadelphia. That were at that particular time maybe. You could buy them for five thousand dollars, or whatever with today, those same lots today might cost you fifty one hundred thousand dollars. And, so it's become a money game. In fact, all all of it is is based on on economics and This is like New York in Harlem. Same thing happened the same thing to happen in Washington. DC all over the country you know. So. That's what I am. So with music. What you were a guitar play correct or you played almost guitar. Dabbling. Yeah? Maybe six chords that I. What was the first musical performance he gave were like how did You develop your chops well. Well. You know. We had a band called Romeo's okay and. Always, we had some good people I mean role in chambers. He was guitarist. Okay. He was great man. You know and And then his brother, Carl was drummer. called chambers. And you had tom bill played keyboards. Yet Leon Huff who would who played keyboards and world and all that stuff? And you had Lenny Cooler. Who Played The organ? And So we used to play, we used to play on the weekends all the time. All the time we play on the weekends and UH. And that that was a lot of fun. That was a whole lot of fun. Working on the weekend well, it's I would say that So, you're saying that the the the gathering of the. What you would form or dubbed the Santa Philadelphia the. Tom Bell, those guys they start you all started together when you were in high school. Okay Tom Bell. I met him Sister name is Barbara. She used to be in my class, okay and so. She asked me she said. Come on what we own one day one day. I'll walk the home. She lived on Parish St, Fifty something at fiftieth and parish. When I got to the house heard somebody playing piano. So as I, say planning piano. That's my brother Tommy meeting. Me and Tommy Bell we wrote three songs that day. Wow, really we still got. Those songs mean the funny part about it. is we I keep telling him I said Tom. Let's see. We got to cut themselves. We got to cut them songs. Where because if we go, nobody will know you know what I mean. I got a question, didn't you? Weren't you raise? We Face Jehovah's Witness Right. So how did the music, how did you? Kinda strict when it comes to the music, or how did you? Want, do they have the? Music jaws witnesses, but they didn't even know that scary. Yeah, yeah, well I mean they're not their own music. They have their own little song book. It's not like going to a Baptist Church or whatever and they got See, you would never raised in that sort of none hollering fire and brimstone. No, not really no reason that, but you know what I loved it. You know I love I. Love Being in House of prayer. And and that's still go around me. I still go there even now when I want to charge and I wanNA. I WANNA. See the real thing happening. I mean like you say you go to a good a good meal, and and not only spiritual food, but you get some physical food you know and It's I. Always Keep It on on in mind. You know your partnership with Leon Huff, when did that was. That was really the key to the whole thing. They used to be the Shubert theatre. On Broad Street. And And we were working in the same building. I was working on the sixth floor. And huff was working on the fourth floor. I was working with a guy named. Jerry Ross. Who had label, dream lovers. Member them when we get married and all of songs. and. was working with. A Madeira and associates that they had bunny sigler. He was working with them and you had lent. Barry did one two three et They were working with Leslie. I mean so men men. Men just met up one day coming in that building and And we started talking because there wasn't that many African Americans in that building so. was kind of like a brill building for Philadelphia. You go to send the same thing, but much much smaller than umbrella. You know what I mean. And so we was able to To meet up and talk a little bit about what we wanted to do. You know our dreams and aspirations where? And so. I went over his out of semi. Come over your house. He lived in Camden. Someone went over his house one day. And we started writing songs was I was just like me meeting. Tommy Bell enough muster, wrote baby about six seven songs, you.
"gamble" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Episode is all about Kenny Gamble Co founder of black music month, half of the sound of Philadelphia and Lord of Production and composition. Yes, this is truly a special episode Oh and don't forget to check out the for the Classic Quest Love. Supreme episode posted this week with black music month, Co founder and legendary radio. Personality Deanna Williams Yep. School is in session, so let us begin. Ladies and You know that's all. I got latest German and this is another episode of Supreme. We have the supreme team with us. We have found Tikolo in the house. Yeah, and we got boss Bill. And Yeah, you hear mound clear. We got unpaid bill. Yeah, and we also have sugar Steve and of course lie. How are great? This is a special episode. We are not doing the Supreme Roll Call. We are in the presence of black music royalty. Universal Music Royal. Song off in a minute to. This is my jam. The best parts about the happen. We, are! Blessed to be in the presence. Of. One of the greatest one the greatest composers. Businessman producers. Also funky I can't even is on quiet. Ladies and gentlemen the man who gave us the sound of Philadelphia. The man who gave me my own career without him. There is no sound of Philadelphia the one and only Kenny Gamble or Come on..