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"george sherman" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home
"Com. Kamera squad game stop. Executives are cutting their salaries ahead of reopening. Some stores game stop is among many retailers who are struggling during the cove in nineteen pandemic and the company previously pushed against closing its doors by trying to identify itself as essential retail which ultimately did not as they were ordered to close by government officials in some states though many stores have been able to stay in operation by providing curbside pickup options in compliance with various state regulations. The company announced yesterday that the whole process has been working generally pretty well with the game stops. Ceo George Sherman being quoted in a press release saying since we closed stores to the public on March twenty second through Omni channel fulfilment leaving the quote here for a second. This is basically game stops. Fancy term for curbside pickup. Okay back to the quote. We have retained ninety percent of our planned sales volumes in the two thirds of our stores that are conducting curbside operations. Game Stop is starting to open some stores backup and depress release reads. The company has begun the process of reopening stores in Italy Germany Austria and the State of South Carolina and Georgia and is preparing for the potential to reopen in other operating countries and states. In the coming weeks perhaps the biggest news from game stops press release though comes from Sherman again being quoted as saying today we announced salary reductions for our senior management team and board of directors as well as wage rate reductions for some other corporate and field support staff. In addition we have offered certain corporate and other support team members the option to work under either halftime or half pay structure or a temporary furlough program. We believe are aggressive. Focus on expense inventory and capital expenditure. Reductions will help preserve our financial health as we work to ensure readiness.
"george sherman" Discussed on The Common Cents Show
"Hey Jonathan Mica. This interview is going to be so yummy today. I just have the film. Yes that is literally a double entendre. Both yummy and you're already drilling and you just say it's amazing thing I've ever seen in my life anyways before we get into our view. Let's fire up the show. It's time for another common sense conversation. You're listening to the common sense. You just started a new business or if you just thinking about this podcast is for you. Michael Logan and Jonathan Neves of over twenty years of Combined Experience Successful Entrepreneur Vice on this show what they used to the bill businesses from single member organizations into a multi-million revenue multi human operations here. Mike Logan Jonathan. Welcome to episode forty five of the Common Sense. Show Mike and we're just too common guys with business sense so Johnson. Can you tell the audience where they can find us? On social media sheared we have these DOT COM SLASH. Takagi exist podcast instagram at on twitter at since PODCAST HEAD. C. N. T. S. In our show email is involved cast dot com. Now we're GonNa read this but I sure if this is going happen because of corona virus but anyways but join us at Boston Small Business Expo on Tuesday April seventh question mark at the George Sherman Union Building at Boston University agents. Business is going to be over. Twenty free business workshops speed networking exhibitors and keynotes for leading industry experts. Number Boston small business. Xl is free. And it's free ninety nine to attend on Tuesday April seven at George Sherman Union Building at Boston University Register online at the small business. Expo Dot Com. That's T H E small business. Expo Dot COM EXC Jonathan Today episode. Forty five is a common sense conversation and we're excited. I don't think so. We had George McAfee John McAfee on in else sent a millionaire sold copy for tons of money. We've had some interesting guests but you always say this is my favorite Mexican. You we have. I think this is dancing right now. I am a listen man. I Love Food Foodie. So this is where my if this so commerce. It episode forty five as a commerce conversation. Commonsense conversations is a feature that we have will interview small business owners small business advisers gurus who are looking to share stories expertise in commerce business practices with our listeners and today on our show we have. Brooke Coleman Chef be from Dayton Ohio. She owns a company called stuffed enough. It's located at twenty nine zero. One north drive in Dayton Ohio chef. Welcome to the program. Welcome to the show Chela. Thank you for having me. I gotTa Tell You your energy is infectious yet. I'm happy to hear that And so yeah so we're GONNA started but before we get started. Tell us We we found your story in Black Enterprise magazine. Why found in Black Enterprise magazine? It was in other places as well. and But your story is like so amazing And I just have a million questions. Jonathan is literally just worried about the food. I'm worried about the business park. I'm sure we could buy them both into into something. That is going to be awesome. But can you start by telling us how long you've been in business? He has been in business since December thirteenth officially so ten. Thirteen twenty nineteen right now. December December nineteen. Yes twenty nineteen. So we're looking at December. Yes a few months. That's cool and in what was it like. I just get things started for you It was very rest. It was not easy at all especially all the time that it consume throughout my life because I am a mother of three boys so it was not easy at all but I did manage to get through it And everything working out just fine. And obviously we know how much energy that requires. I have a I have two kids. Jonathan just had a new baby. We didn't tell you that Show but he had won like three days ago. How long's it been adulation? Same thing but you're but you're a single mom right yes I am. Yes so even even even work. Yeah unbelievable Kudos to you cried. I mean we'll get more into the background before you spoil this whole thing right now. I just I know I want to know the story so so Brooke. Take us through your story. Okay from the top of my background and everything else. We want to hear an as well. I basically no so you know I. Actually I was born in Dayton Ohio but right after I was born my mom had moved us to Columbus. Oh we had stayed there for years. I was basically raised in Columbus I literally just moved back here. Probably a vow. Dick's maybe six and a half a little bit more years ago. I was actually booed by my home. And I wasn't supposed to be down here like at all. You know my story. I was a little bit off the charts and my past I was not always walk in a straight era. You know I've definitely been through some things in and out of school dropped out of school in getting a ged and then going over to clear however when my mom had moved here she had got basically see Lope and so she came down here. I Have One son which Zion and he was probably about two at the time and she was just kind of like not to talk down my mom. I love her but she was just like well. Now I'm getting married to this guy. She said I did get married to this guy. We didn't meet him or anything that was and she has basically end up. Just coming down here and living. At the time I was living with my mother So that left me kind of like okay. We'll My going to do so. My mom was like my best friend. You know and she she passed away totally unexpected and two thousand seventeen in December. So you know to not have any more is like very like that was one of the darkest places in my life but it also taught me how to grow at. Its on how to grow up completely because you know my mom was always scraping that change for me to feed me and my tile and always giving me a shelter over my head. You know what I'm saying. So when we did in the coming down here I ended up going to. I didn't get along with his wife. Tried to hold a one bedroom apartment. That didn't work and I was just like okay. I'll have to go to a shelter because there is no way that I can go back to my mom's house or to my dad's house or anybody else house so I'm going to do this by myself so I ended up having my son. I ended up getting pregnant around the same time and we ended up in a shelter and we stayed there for about three months and they had in that. This company called Harmful Organization call home and a one bedroom apartment two bedroom apartment and I had. My second child was a boy as well. They had helped me to the point. Where they they only want me to pay twenty five dollars a month and they pay all of my back balances like villa with my. Dp and stuff like that Ever had with my lead shirking in gas or whatever and so they basically put me in a position to win so it was like either GonNa win or are you going to seek. Which when you do so you know I ended up. I always been a hard worker. You know regardless of where I was in my life or working at factories or restaurants or whatever it was I just did not not want to work but everything that I was making I was making to spend on my bills or my child or you know what I'm saying. Stuff like that. So they got me six months to move out of their apartment. I had ended up I did in literally four minutes. I had got me a house. I started going to school so I was getting help with financial aid as well as taking care of my business when it comes to school and you know hours you know paying my rent. The time I was doing hair I was a hair in my house. Always has some type of has. I was not going to tell my child that we're going back to the shelter. I was not going to do that. So whatever it took. I had to do it so I ended up going to end up going to The end that you know working hard ever have a hair appointment that my house at the time and going to school at the same time so everything. Was you know looking great by out the blue? I've always like my family was always invested in the industry. My uncle had in my. I had their business. My Dad had a little Tiki hut like but we always liked to cook so one day I had just come.
"george sherman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Twenty five twenty six year news sake three WCCO overcast in forty four degrees now here on a Wednesday Wednesday that's right and all these days run together when you're not going anywhere do you know everything just as kind of the same so it's a Wednesday the twenty fifth day of March twenty twenty this is seen and hear the stories that matter right now just days after defending his decision to stay open during the corona virus pandemic video games retail giant gamestop will shutter its doors last week gamestop defended its decision to stay open as lockdown shut other stores arguing it was classified as essential retail the backflip was announced in a press release by George Sherman gamestop CEO it's unlikely you'll be able to head to the movie theater in the next few weeks so you'll be pleased to hear Amazon is launching a new hub on prime video with all the Hollywood movies you thought you'd be watching right now that new hub prime video cinema including the hunt the invisible man and Emma stay up to date with the latest by visiting C. here comes the testing this is Dave Ross on the CBS news radio network presented by zoom video conferencing if you zoom in on the coronavirus map of the US you see large areas that are dark mostly free of infection they tend to be along the highways between big cities is doctor felt you from yesterday the areas of the country that are not hot spots that are not going through the terrible ordeal they still have a window of being able to contain so to take advantage of that window and to stop the spread early there will be massive testing we need to put a light on those dark spots that we don't know because that is what worked in China immediate isolation in other words when you test you find somebody you isolate them you get them out of circulation and you do the contact racing we have an opportunity now that we have the availability of testing to do that so listen to what he's saying you test and you isolate the trace every contacted test you isolate you repeat the process until every infected person you can find is isolated in China that meant moving thousands of infected patients without symptoms to isolation centres away from their homes the Chinese accepted that will Americans we've been demanding more testing but if we know that it might mean isolation away from home will we take those tests.
"george sherman" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home
"Carrying about human lives over short term profits. You're endangering your employees and all of your customers or if it still save go ahead and put. Co George Sherman in the rest of the executives behind the counter for a week. All right thank you. Please subscribe to show podcast by. I don't know why he plugged. Min Max in that tweet. That was a little weird but he followed up saying please tell at game. Stop to do the right thing. This is dangerous and absurd late last night. Game Stop shared a post on its website detailing a handful of practices it will be implementing in stores like reducing hours starting on March twenty ninth limiting the number of people allowed to be in the store to ten people making sure those in lines stay six feet apart. They'RE GONNA stop. All gaming events midnight launches they're suspending trade INS turning off interactive game stations in the stores and they're allowing customers to pick up purchases at the front door rather than entering the store. These are all good smart things to do but the issue I and many others take with all this is game stop considering itself essential retail and taking it to the point where it is asking its employees to basically argue with local officials that the stores should remain open in the face of government orders. Staying Open Right now is put simply dangerous and there are other avenues for buying video games outside of visiting a retail store. It's a complicated issue. Of course because shutting down stores is a problem for the employees who are not able to work but this is an unprecedented situation which is a word even game. Stop US and I can't help but feel like it is taking a big risk. That is just. It's not worth taking right now. Valve has a major artifact reboot in the works that it is calling artifacts to internally artifact valves entry into the digital card game genre was by pretty much all accounts of failure. It just didn't catch on but valve is apparently not done with it. Just yet half-life. Alex is currently on the cover of edge magazine and as part of that coverage edge visited valve in Seattle and talked at length with Gabe Newell About Various Valve Projects including artifacts. Alex Everard writing for Games radar which is affiliated with edge magazine. Shared some details about how valve is trying to revitalize artifact after being surprised that it really stumbled out of the gate a vard wrote quoting Gabe. Newell we ran an experiment. We got a negative result. And now we need to see if we've learned anything from that. So let's try again newell says and that's what the artifact team has been doing. And that's what they're getting ready to release based on the reaction to it. What was wrong with the product? How did we get there? Let's fix those things and take another run at it as WANNA take a moment to compliment my Gabe Newell Impression. If you've never heard him talk just know that I I really nailed it. Avon continues edge reports that internally the follow up to artifact is being referred to as artifact too though it's unclear if this will be a full blown sequel a no man's sky style comeback or something else entirely but Newell stresses that Valve has to do a larger reboot in order to justify its existence to customers and markets a few years ago when valve announced its intention to get back to releasing games. I was very excited. But then when the first big announcement was artifact I was personally disappointed not so much because I'm not a big digital card game guy which is true but mostly because I love valve narrative games and artifact is not one of those but Hey half-life Alex is releasing Monday so I just had to wait a little while in terms of artifacts though. I am as surprised as newell. That didn't find its audience. I think a big reboot is the right approach and I bet if it gets another shot. It will go a lot better this time around if you haven't tried. E set not thirty two antivirus Gamer edition yet. Why not you can get a free thirty day trial right now. Like going to try dot.
"george sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty seven degrees right now mostly clear beautiful sunset involved in a five o'clock good afternoon to you and take a gal here's what's happening with just one day away from the third ever Senate impeachment trial presence rom sets off to prove its case with his team of lawyers ABC's Karen Travers has more from the White House is a new legal brief president trump's lawyers say the articles of impeachment passed by the house are quote an affront to the constitution and to our democratic institutions the president's team says the house Democrats impeachment process was a quote brazenly political act that must be rejected by the Senate ahead of the release of the brief sources close to the president's legal team told reporters the articles are quote deficient on their face because they failed to state any violation of law echoing the president's often stated defense that he did nothing wrong Karen Travers ABC news the White House they trumped James one hundred and ten page filing is a small glimpse into the president's defense as a trial gets under way tomorrow afternoon CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn says Mr trump legal team is wielding their arguments as a platform for reelection the president's argument in many ways is it TV rather than a legal argument is designed as much for the twenty twenty election as for his acquittal in the Senate which he believes is a done deal he's not arguing that faxes not arguing against the case that the house is broad but instead of arguing that the whole process is unjust it legal and partisan opening statements will commence a Senate impeachment trial against president from tomorrow afternoon he Mr trump is facing charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress one of the college of Holy Cross rowers is being brought back to Boston today for treatment Hannah Strom was injured in a car crash last week in vero beach Florida her father telling WBZ TV Hannah is being transferred to mass general she's a sophomore at holy cross suffering injuries in a crash that killed her classmate at grace read of Oxbridge and a strong by the way is the daughter of the owner of cool cone in where hand we're donations are currently being collected to help her family pay for her medical bills and travel to Florida where five people are still in the hospital senator ed Markey and mayor Marty Walsh help celebrate the life and legacy of Dr Martin Luther king at Boston University today that's where we find WBZ's Kevin Coleman Boston University provided Dr Martin Luther king with his education as he earned his PhD in systematic theology and it was during that time when he met his wife Coretta Scott king today a large crowd gathers on the B. U. campus to celebrate doctor king and correta Scott king inside the George Sherman union senator ed Markey continues to admire doctor king's message today we celebrate.
"george sherman" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Hits keep oncoming four-game stop as the beleaguered retailer announced in a note to investors twenty seven point five percent decrease reason holiday sales to one point. Eight billion dollars which sent its stock diving as much as sixteen percent. The decrease seems to have caught game. Stop by surprise is the company is now lowering. Its Fiscal Twenty nine thousand guidance from decline in the high teens to between nineteen percent to twenty one percent game stocks Game Stop Stock Price Down from twenty four point five percent from the start of the year and nearly seventy percent year over year. This past fall in holiday season for gaming lacked anything close to the success of twenty mateen's Red debt-reduction to which earned seven hundred seven hundred and twenty five million dollars in three days. Three days of sales and the period also saw a decrease in console all sales given the impending release of the playstation five and xbox series x at the end of two thousand twenty. The companies shared some optimism inventory. Should we'll be down twenty six percent year over year when it when it reports its annual earnings in March with cash liquidity. Around nine hundred one. Nine hundred million dollars Decreasing sales this past year has resulted in store closures and layoffs including cutting fourteen percent of its staff land. Local one. Close really yeah just allows you overhear here it Lakeshore Lake Shore Mall. There was one there. Now it's gone. Yeah that's right. I love the owner to yeah. In December the retailer reported third quarter revenues renews of one point. Four Billion Dollars Twenty five twenty five point seven percent decrease from the previous year as well as eighty eighty three point four million alien dollars income loss game. Stop CEO George. Sherman says quote. We expected a challenging sales environment for the holiday season as customers continued to lay. Continue to delay. Purchases ahead of anticipated console launches in late twenty twenty however.
"george sherman" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"This week senior analyst. Jason Moser Andy Cross an errand Bush could see was always gentleman acres. We've got the latest earnings from wall. Street we'll talk with best selling author Bob Sutton about how successful companies scale their businesses and as always giving inside look at the stocks on our radar but we begin with big retail. Costco's first quarter sales came in lower than expected management. Put Part of the blame on Thanksgiving being insulate this year. Andy I'm not indifferent to how to counter affects businesses. But I don't think Thanksgiving being late in the year had anything to do with Costco's ask goes website being slow this court. Well that is true Chris. They did have a little trouble on their website during the black Friday thanksgiving period but big retailers right Kristie. They're so close to one. Hundred million cardholders ninety nine point nine million from ninety eight point five million at the end of the fourth quarter of last year Overall it was a pretty pretty nice core from my perspective. Total sales of five point six percent membership fee income up six point one percent renewal rate still very strong at ninety almost ninety percent when you look across the world about flat with last year. There's memberships are now at. Twenty one point four million. That was up a little bit from the end of the year com sales up five percent. Chris you mentioned the website so they the Thanksgiving period did fall out of the the period but they also report monthly kind of number so we knew what they were looking at and overall we're still the five to six percent of comsumer growth some Nice e commerce business growth but they did leave some on the table. I talked about the call. They their website problems Did leave a little bit. ECOMMERCE was up very nicely but it could've Lua better had their website performance a little better during the holiday period. Yeah I've always wondered me. I think think Costco's a great example of one of those membership models that just is just proven to be so successful over time and over this past year. I can't believe this. We joined Costco for the first time. Ever I mean we whenever Costco memberships. Sorry Mac But as I mentioned before we're doing some bathroom renovations at home and we thought maybe having that membership we could shop around turnout so now we didn't use it at all so I'm going to be interested to see in a year. Will we renew that membership and in really for cost. That is the business right. It is those members So it's it's just GonNa be noteworthy to see not only those membership renewals which they've historically maintained a so-so nicely but also how high hi they can keep pushing that price because it does seem like running into a world where even prime memberships are coming under fire now for How how pricey they can be perceived the other really interesting thing about the calls? They got asked the question about order online. Pick up especially with the success. We've seen that on target and Walmart for example and they said it just not something. They're focused on. They look at it they actually said the C of o actually said Khan is a head scratcher considering the way that people shop at Costco so they have no intention of going aggressively after. There's kind of watching it because of that experience shopping at Costco. I feel like maybe in school. There's some secret class where the teacher people OUTTA BE COSTCO shoppers. I'm just always. He's astounded. By how full those parking lots are and how many people use Costo For their regular shopping. I mean it's a wonderful tremendous value. Don't get me wrong but I mean you're not born knowing that right. I mean it's taught somewhere at some point right and people appreciate it to any apparently shares of software maker Adobe hitting an all time high. Hi this week. Fourth quarter profit and revenue came in higher than expected and Adobe Higher Subscriptions in that core digital media business. Jason Yeah I I think. oftentimes investors will overlook bigger companies that They feel like maybe the companies have grown so big. That low hanging fruit has been picked. The returns aren't there for investors. And it's not a worthwhile investment. I think adobe is a great example of a company that just blows this idea completely out of the water I mean when you look at a lot of the numbers that they're talking up it's really just astounding for one hundred and forty plus billion dollar market cap quarter four revenue Was Up twenty one percent per year ago nine gap earnings per share up twenty. Five percent. you you know. I'm really excited about the adobe aero platform they're developing for augmented and virtual reality It was really neat to see how much focus on the document cloud there was was in the call. Though document. Cloud revenue for the quarter of three hundred and forty million Was Up thirty one percent from a year ago and one point two two billion for the year that was up twenty five percent. So you know we we talk a lot about Docu sign on this show. We talk about their competition in this space. Adobe is one of their big competitors very similar sized businesses when you talk about what they're focusing on Docu ocoee sign. Revenue was up forty percent for the quarter last year for context. So there's there's clearly simpson jockeying going on there in that space I you know making my bold reckless this prediction right here right now for you three around this all of our listeners I think twenty twenty adobe buys Docu sign because that would give give them access to the small and medium-sized businesses. That really have taken the DOCU signs product offering so early well in a couple of weeks. We'll have our preview show. Oh for twenty twenty. So you'll need to come up with different reckless prediction for people. Probably what I just said. Yes this is a comment. That's less about adobe more we're about software in general but I. I've told Jim this a couple times. I keep on forgetting that. Adobe is like a one hundred dollars. Isn't that just nuts and to me it's a good reminder that some software companies are just going to be massive and when we look out across a lot of the other smaller players like Docu sign is a ten and billion dollar business or so A lot of these businesses that a lot of investors are saying are overvalued are actually going to turn into multi baggers because US companies like adobe are showing that. It's possible and so that that's exciting to me well. It's not just a software company but it's an exceptionally profitable software company in with margins margin's near thirty percent return on capital close to thirty percent to so this is a business like you said Aaron that you just sometimes doesn't get the respect it deserves because while it's it's been around a long time the way they've totally changed their business and really focus on the cloud in new. Innovations is going to drive that business forward. Yeah the reliability. The subscription revenue the focus on their market that creative market that they focus on as long as they keep investing in bringing new awesome products and services for people to use people are going to keep reopened. They're going to recognize a little pricing power as time goes on this investment should continue to really perform I think four foolish investors that take that long term term view. Same store sales for game stop fell twenty three percent in the third quarter coincidentally that is roughly the same amount that the stock fell. This week. Airing all the video game industry is booming. This is a video game retailer. How is it this bad so I'm about to go off right now? So bear are with me. This situation is so bad that in a lot of ways. You can't help but laugh at the absurdity of of what's going on so let's set the stage the future video games this is going to be entirely digital game. Stop is a physical store that sells mainly physical goods red flag. They have over five thousand stores. which for those? This counting is more than the number of days and Schick fillets combined and every attempt to pivot. They've ever taken buying a mobile phone company. Buying like a in in in browser like gaming business. They've all emphatically failed. Oh Yeah and they're net debt is three times their market cap right Now so yeah. That's setting the stage and there is some cyclicality in the gaming business. Obviously when your same store sales go down twenty something for sit. That's a bit more than in cyclicality and and also say that game solve has gone through a pretty insane executive turnover. It's not getting better the most recent CEO the current one. George Sherman who started in April is acting like he has absolutely no clue how to run a business so so check this out since July gain stop has repurchased purchased a third of the company's stock. Well it's cheap now so so I don't know I just like like George. Like what the heck are you doing man like like. Are you trying to kill your own company. Like you're getting paid millions of dollars to to to just buy back your stock like this company and like this is something like all investors. All activists like all board members just like need to hear this company is over extended. It's on the wrong side of history. It's over leveraged. And instead of putting their cash flows to work to save the business they're not even like handing out in dividends to shareholders anymore. They're they're literally just lying. Money lighting money on fire to repurchase shares of business. That will die unless they spend that money some other way. So yeah maybe maybe maybe at this point. They can't save themselves. Shot themselves in the foot like a while ago and already bleeding out It's it's just so bad. So if they want to save themselves adults they gotta get rid of this guy as quickly as possible. They need to close down their underperforming stores as quickly as possible and they need to start experimenting mincing with like alternative floor plans as quickly as they possibly can become a place that doesn't just sell gaming goods but sells gaming experiences so whether that means means partnering with like Amateur Sports Leagues Startups. That are doing cool. Location based like VR type stuff essentially. They needed to do everything they can to make their locations Jen's build communities showcase future and in simplest terms. Just be a place where people want to be there just failing and it's abysmal. So so we got some other news in the industry this week and that is we got some more details. On Microsoft's next generation xbox which to this point had been referred to as project scarlet scarlet. So what details are most exciting to you. And why do we have to wait a year for this because that was the other thing I noticed like oh we got got some more details. It's like yeah. It's basically December twenty twenty. Yeah so both. The the new xbox and the playstation the playstation five will come out Around holidays next year and typically console cycles are pretty long anyways so it's not that surprising that people are starting to talk about things earlier than then than normal but I also think with consoles. We're going to start seeing them. Start to reflect more like phone plans where you have like upgrades and you start paying them off monthly and what they're doing they're framing this up as like the series acts and I expect in the way that they launched the xbox one and then had had the xbox one s that this will just be a series gets updated slowly over time. So that people won't have to wait so long to get the next version going going forward Microsoft CEO Satya Delic and just sort of go through his furniture finds some change by game. Stop and then they'll have showcased. It is a little smarter than drumming up. We will dip it in the full Mellberg and give you a few stocks.
GameStop shares slump 20% as weak console demand prompts forecast cut
"Gamestop shares are plunging after hours after cutting its annual forecast for adjusted earnings per share and comparable sales CEO George Sherman cites an unprecedented declining new hardware sales seen across the market as the current generation of gaming consoles reach the end of their life cycle gamestop shares now down by about seventeen
"george sherman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"After hours after cutting its annual forecast for adjusted earnings per share and comparable sales CEO George Sherman sites quote in on president to decline in new hardware sales seen across the market as the current generation of gaming consoles reach the end of their life cycle again game stop burnings are out of stock plunging twenty percent after hours the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq all declined today down for a second day as investors pulled back ahead of the federal reserve rate decision tomorrow complete coverage on Bloomberg radio and television will have that for you on Bloomberg as it happens also of course the UK election and Sundays tariff deadline this headline from the Bloomberg professional service chevron season after tax impairment charge of ten to eleven billion dollars in the fourth quarter developing story headline now breaking on the Bloomberg professional service tenure on five thirty seconds and the yield of one point eight three percent we've got cold up two tenths of one percent today fourteen sixty four the ounce West Texas intermediate crude up five tents fifty nine thirty to about I'm Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business flash Charlie thanks but your listings will hurt business week here on Bloomberg radio the so coming up tomorrow is of course the last fed meeting of the year Jason Kelly and myself along with garlic we will be doing a simulcasting both Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg TV looking forward to it in particular what the fed chief Jay Powell has to say let's get into it limit of a preview for you lose Alexander's chief US economist ever Namora here in a Bloomberg interactive brokers studio so I do wonder Luis nice to have you here what is what's the key things that you're gonna be watching out for for so it's nice to be here look the decision itself is pretty clear they're not gonna raise rates I think they're also we're also going to get another in the forecast and that will signal how long they expect to keep rates at this current level I think they're gonna show it all the way through the end of next year so in some sense that's all pretty much expected right the question I think for Powell is going to be does he say anything in the press conference that suggests what would move them one way or the other there's also this issue of the long run strategic review that they've been thinking about for the last four or five meetings they have to make some changes to their statement along one strategy which they will publish in January they're gonna have that discussion today and tomorrow it'll be interesting thing interesting to see whether or not he says anything about that but I'm really not expecting to learn all that much tomorrow but he's got a be thinking about last year at this time where he can help I think it's fair to say Sir that contribute to a situation where the market got very nervous for the last couple weeks of the year about what was going to happen in twenty twenty yeah so I think what was going on at the end of last year was in the nineteen I should say the the data was moving yeah I and I think there were questions going into the meeting about whether or not it makes sense for them to be raising rates and I think his communications shall we say was not Chris in the press conference circumstances this time a very different I think people are pretty comfortable with where the economy is obviously with a strong employment report that we got last week right I think those doubts or or not there so I think the stakes are a little lower but look there's no question that communication is important and I'm sure he's going to think long and hard about what he's gonna say and I think it's fair to say among fed watchers the consensus seems to be he's got more comfortable at that podium and he has he's sort of gained a little bit of a maybe that swagger catcher you always a treat slugger to a fed chair but he does feel like he knows what he's gonna say he sticks to his grabbed it and maybe isn't freelancing as much as maybe he did initially I I think you we've observed I think whenever somebody said takes over that role yeah well there's always a learning curve you may recall the gallon had some missteps on a homeowner's chair and I think you're right I think Powell has gotten better at it I think to be perfectly Frank he does seem to be one less inclined to stick to the script then Jenny yellow yeah and and so I got a little farther was he pretty by the book right she worked very hard at yeah and I've often wondered whether or not you're Powell has regretted the decision to go to a press conference every single me out right right I just wanna make today headline crossing the bluebird termos has to do with one of the big integrated oil company chevron talking about writing down actually coming out and saying it's writing down the value of its assets have more than ten billion dollars a concession that in an age of oil and gas over bond and some will not be possible anytime soon it's the largest energy industry right down in years so cutting the value of a number of properties notably its US share holdings and we're talking by a combined ten to eleven billion dollars and I have a late here Appalachia depending on right Appalachian Appalachian ready says anyway but so I just was taking a look to at what the stock is doing the after hours it's unchanged but I just thought that's a pretty big number in terms of the energy sector lose when you look at the economy energy sector side which used to be a pretty good indicator I think of a lot of things how do you see the economy will anemic growth kind of continue for awhile that's our expectation look we're very late in the cycle are forecast over the next two years has growth that averages roughly a potential which we would put in about one point eight percent I think it's hard to imagine you get sustained growth above that level at this point in the site what's holding the economy back well first of all the unemployment rate is as low as it's been since the nineteen sixties yes labor force participation isn't is inching higher but there's just a limit to how fast the economy can grow when your this far beyond full employment frankly right I think the rest of the world isn't doing great hi there and so I think those are all serious constraints now with respect oil specifically I would note the fact that we've kind of gone from this world where in twenty fourteen before when oil was hundred dollars a barrel people thought things like people shore and Canadian tar sands were could be the marginal source of oil for the economy what we've learned is that number one there are other sources for oil fracking and number two people started to question what is the connection between growth and and while right I think frankly it was very telling when we had that attack on the rank of facilities and it was like a two day bullet yeah like the notion that the notion that you could have that in a different you know ten years ago your source for single for right oil was off the charts as a result in I think that's just telling you were in a different place with respect to this the climate change is part of the story and I think that environment I don't think it's surprising that the major oil companies or write down the value some of their assets all right well a lot to look forward to tomorrow it is a complicated world to say the least we'll see how Jr Powell does.
"george sherman" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Do you think we do we were in was in here we we would have broke Alex yeah we could bring out I think we can break Alex pretty well actually we're actually be pretty gentle with Alex and we are next week not so dad and by the third week the whole whole whole he's going to go out Friday at his church don't. don't bet she got about this right is is you know. how much money will Larry David drive a sponsor no great how much money will Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld make off the syndication deal that they just signed with Netflix not him half a billion dollars so I'm not surprised have a million Bucks is what Netflix wind up paying for it so I don't know how many ways that could split up I assume all the people on the show get money I and there's got to be some production house or something that gets money right someone owned it before but it looks like. each of them they're the people who created the show writers in the writer as a writer and probably ended up with these are absolutely they got producing stuff they're taking about half of it not quite half but about half a source it that supposedly has knowledge says that they are each getting between a hundred million and a hundred twenty five million dollars and. as as if they needed it they can donate all of that to charity and still continues not about me they wrote. one of the best shows at all right agree on TV it is great and while I think you know they they could in the show without Kramer and George Sherman no they they ensemble and I'm glad they did not write those those roles they did not Seinfeld and Larry David that's right and all those interesting all my god they had like three different story lines per thirty minutes and they found a way to tie that you show in it it is the very best episodes of Seinfeld are like the best TV writing of all time. there was a I think Larry David left after. five see I wanted to live yeah and it was still a good show but those first few seasons are just magic and what they need to talk about it like many was that the pilot that bomb to it and they've had to redo everything first love you the first year was completely different and what have you all back and see it over again you go Kramer has a dog yeah like there's just a bunch of stuff that you go they changed a lot well like you know Ross had a monkey date there now they are trial things right myself yeah you know they they just don't know who the characters are yet but by the time they in fact I saw Seinfeld in Saint Louis and doing doing stand up show while Seinfeld the show was going on and he would. I saw Jerry Seinfeld onstage young in a you know whatever we do I'm sure I got to get to the station I can't imagine on about them. and he actually was saying that there were a few keep Saint Louis was one of the markets where the show actually managed to survive and they managed to get a second season based on just a few markets in the country where somehow it caught on and he was saying that that was that Saint Louis is one of those interesting. I don't know what your the thing started but a. sacks of ninety two yeah I'm gonna say from my because I moved there in ninety three so I feel totally responsible for you guys all enjoying I didn't watch it at all in real time I want I watched every episode that I've ever seen has been in syndication how funny yeah I got was that was must see TV that was that was the night I think eighty nine is the first eight oh nine wow so it was ninety eight mom. as a chat and they deserve that money sometimes you hear shows in our people go why right how do they get them like Charlie Charlie Sheen anger management which really was that even a shell I don't I watch it or not and it wasn't that great there's another sources claiming it's even more than a hundred twenty five million that they reach the canal nobody from Netflix obviously or Seinfeld there Larry David's cancel. will confirm it the halftime Superbowl Super Bowl halftime show what we at fifty three fifty four yes yeah because we're we we were fifty fifty so it's been leased a couple years since then it's Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. February second hard rock stadium in Miami J. lo says ever since I saw Diana Ross fly off into the sky the halftime show I dreamed of performing at the Superbowl. I don't remember that I remember it either apparently she got a helicopter and they took off some I would think it all she got attached to like some you know getting got crane games are under this got out of it. and she says now is made even more special not only because it's NFL's one hundredth anniversary but also because I'm performing with a fellow Latina I can't wait to show what us girls can do in the world's biggest stage she Kerr said this is a true American dream away I'm going to bring on the show that lifetime. the little clip I saw it was J. lo and she cares sitting next to each other and there was J. lo going but but but but but but but but but but but but but but but and she cares night waiting for someone to take a damsel rack take our brand. she couldn't get a word in. it's just that one thing online. yeah I don't know what to say about this I feel like I understand they're trying to do a super palatable you wonder full family experience but where is Metallica I'm sorry I don't know why not a rock band I mean why not just they just shine on the people who watch football all year long and they go for. pop stuff in well it's I maybe they failed family friendly or mainstream Hey did you say where it was is it at my end of Miami Miami well she cares check my ammo days. one is a Colombian Hansen's right. globalization culinary perfect for Miami. well whatever it'll be fun yeah they're bad let me know they're both female I get I see that you know that either they were flashing yeah I would definitely like we're super excited for you know women to represent and Latinas to represent I was fine with it but I still thought like. right mind you like she can rock show I once I don't ever press play on one of her songs are anything but every time you know like brittle play me something Alex might someday play something from you kera. you know what I heard in.
"george sherman" Discussed on What's Good Games
"Survive, and they will. But we're in their stores now. I know right. Don't let us down get. No, we'd love you guys. He'll be like turntable. So actually, I was looking into this. And they recently got a new CEO and Seamus George Sherman and he wants to redefine the stores as a quote, cultural experience. So like, arcade. I don't think so maybe maybe you could twist of like if you twisted areas sort of thing. Yeah. Exactly. So okay. Yeah. You can switch it like that. So this is from Jeffrey grub adventure beat. He tweeted that essentially impaired phrase. There's me more TV's demos. So. Yes, timer kind of like an arcade in that sense. They want to create new stores and by that I'm assuming they're talking about different kinds of game stores. They wanted to get more inviting not as crowded in. These are changes expected to go into place starting in. August. So here's a question for you slash to listeners. I suppose. That makes me wonder like if you could stay instead of going to a PACS instead of going to an e three Mosey on down to the game store and try a game that you've really been wanting to play would that do it for you would that be an interesting experience for you. I'm assuming that's based off the assumption that people only want to go to packs to try the new games the only wanna go packs there. It's just more of like for that reason. It's like I hear a lot of people being like, I go to patch where I've now says he threw some public I've gone to three or on these events and the lines are so long, right? And you're like, oh my God. Like I have to wait hours to play five minutes of a game. But if they had something similar where you could have a light experience like that. But in a store, whether it's not a line. You just go and have a little bit more of a relaxing time. I wondering if that's going with Mike. What do you think they could do something, you know, what the mall where they had those PlayStation, not not like a PlayStation? I think it's literally called play P L A Y. And it's like a big station where you get to play games, you know, where like even game works houses. I don't know what it's called though, where you get to go to TV for a little bit play some games, I really wouldn't work. And then if they had unreleased early games early game demos, like maybe something like you said you could get at packs, maybe it'd be the same bills as they would make pacts or make for three and instead giving those two game stops. So that borderlines isn't out yet. But you can go to game stop right now. And try it sort of let certain games like VRT, right? I feel like best are definitely done stuff like this, especially because not everybody lives in a place where you can have a VR setup. So like, of course, you could go and have like a really great experience, a storefront or ORR, Cade front or whatever. Do you wanna call it? Yeah. Yeah. It's gonna be interesting. And you know, the story just broke was at last week that Sony is no longer selling full game codes digitally so Amazon game stop. They can no longer sell those games in that way. So that's just another blow. Yeah. So it's it's going to be interesting to see how they pivot this and how it works. I mean for a while the system worked very well. But obviously the industry is changing. And now you have to scale back in adapting because you gotta change with other you go out of business. Otherwise, you see stuff like this losing for six hundred seventy three million dollars. Wow. All right. Speaking of PlayStation, I thought this was an interesting thing to bring up because it's kind of relevant to last story. Also during our packs panel someone asked a question about this in a sense. So PlayStation store now offers refunds on pre orders and faulty contents and is comes from polygon. So corden to play stations do cancellation policy. Customers can request a refund on any pre-ordered.
"george sherman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Players from the NFL rosters in the spring league. But apparently could not get clearance from the NFL players union NFL also would meet several of dungeons requests. So he decided to meet at least suspend all up. Operations indefinitely, which means they're done. Against the wishes of the co founders, Charlie Everson and Bill Polian. Now done them will lose about seventy million dollars. He's invested up to this point. But players are losing a bit more, whatever checks they've gotten or it and word is they were forced to pay their own flights home. Insult to injury. That's too bad. This is not the first time. This has happened. That was leery of any league that goes up against the NFL. Now, look San Antonio dibs did support there is a lot of people at the yes. Any of the other games? If you saw any of these shots from the other games are hardly any people there. So that's kind of hard to do. And I'm not sure that's the reason. Why folded I think it's just I think they rushed into this. I think they tried to put it together. Too fast without getting all their ducks in a row. That's just my opinion. But I I honestly did not watch the single game. Because I knew this was going to happen. Right off the bat. Not gonna fall in love. Crawl into this because I know how this works. All right coming up at five forty Donald Trump promises. Better healthcare in twenty twenty phenomenal healthcare is actually how he put it. That's coming up at five forty. But here's the FOX business news. From the FOX business network. Video game store chain game. Stop lost money in the winter quarter. The Wall Street Journal says sales slumped sales of gaming systems were down ten percent. New software sales declined eight percent and pre-owned sales were down twenty one percent for the year. It's predicting sales down five to ten percent. The company just named new CEO George Sherman. Former head of dick tra-, which sells Verizon wireless products and services, the founder of mobile payments company, Jimmy hours is agreeing to pay a seventeen million dollar penalty. Daniel Mattis was accused of an accounting scheme. Mattis did not admit nor deny claims from the SEC he resigned from the company in two thousand fifteen the Dow dropped seventy nine points yesterday. The NASDAQ was up nineteen and the s&p was down a fraction with the FOX business report, I'm.
"george sherman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The best person. That's obvious. I think America eventually prevails, Gary Nunn, CBS news. KRLD news time three fifty four. We check your money. Now. Here's KRLD business analyst, David Johnson. Jimmy Carter was also famous is the brother of the man who brought us. Billy beer. Yeah. Absolutely. You guys remember Billy? I've got to be honest. His brought a Google it while I'm talking. All right. His brother Billy Carter. So Billy beer Ed capitalized on the Carter. Jimmy and Billy the Dow Jones industrial average closed up two hundred seventeen points today. Twice as many stocks were up as down the NASDAQ was up one ten the SNP average was up thirty the games carried over the, you know, the Russell which gauges a smaller stocks up one and a quarter percent. Nasdaq was up one point four percent. The Russell was up. What are the quarter percent? That's that's a solid gain cruise down forty cents and gold's up seven dollars thirty cents. Shares of Nike actually losing crown now the company will. Just reported sixty eight seven three cents better than expected. Revenues were line. It all look pretty good. But the stocks down about three dollars here and after hours locally games. Stop just announcing a brand new CEO. You know, they tried to sell that company. They could find a deal they like so they brought in now George Sherman as their CEO effective, April the fifteenth, and he has a retail experience. What would see what he does the industrials average of two hundred and seventeen point you see that Billy beer? Yeah. I do. I got someone. I've got I've got a can be put on EBay. There you go David Johnson NewsRadio. Today's eighty KRLD about thirty bucks. It looks like another case of the measles. Heads North Texas will tell you where on the way, plus traffic and weather together on the aids. It's three fifty five. Hello. I'm man. Today. I'd like to talk about mixing it up now. And then. A wise man once said variety is the spice of life. I was that wise man, and I was actually misquoted what I really said was that variety is the spice of six and with over thirty exciting varieties of Trojan condoms, you can keep your sex life spicy..
"george sherman" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Edmund Werleigh's new book is breaking Babe, Ruth baseball's campaign against its biggest star professor. Wurley thank you for joining us. Greetings, thanks for having me now get, say right off the bat professor wurley so to speak. Robert Creamer wrote obeyed legend comes to life, which many people consider the definitive biography of arguably the greatest figure in the annals of of sports. What led you to believe before you really dug into the research here that that there was more to uncover Babe, Ruth and his life? Sure. Well, it was really the initial plan was to write a book on sports writers from the nineteen twenties. You know, all these great. Names grantland rise Damon, Runyon Lardner absolutely. And as I started to do some research, I looked at how they treated Ruth and I was really shocked at how very negative they were about how they constantly infantilized him nineteen twenty five. Ruth ended up in a dispute with the New York Yankees and the press published pictures of his live in girlfriend while he was married to someone else. And I was always taught that the press didn't do that type of thing. They let John f. Kennedy alone, they left Franklin D, Roosevelt alone. Now I find here they are really going after Ruth on a personal level so that you know, I started some questions there and I continued to ask those questions and I became increasingly convinced that and not nothing against Creamer, which is just a wonderful biography and Lee Monfils work as well, but big bam, I. But I became increasingly convinced that there maybe was. Too much emphasis on this Ruth as an adult, an overgrown outta lesson a man short on intellect and high on outlet power slave to his impulses Creamer plays down that a little bit. But you know, other biographies and certainly movies about Ruth play that up. And that's kind of the way we've come to understand him. All of that I argue in the book is the product of a character assassination campaign by the baseball establishment by major league baseball. And when you say that professor wurley, do you mean specifically Commissioner Landis? Well, I think Landis was an arm of major league baseball. I think the real forces were the Yankee management. First of all, especially the owner, Jacob Rupert, his business manager Ed barrow also a ban Johnson who is the president of the American League. And if you could let me go just for a second here in remember Jeremy. I'm a history professor. So I'm used to talking and fifth. Eighty minute increments. So in interrupt me as as much as you'd like, that'd be perfect. But you know, everything's context in the first two decades of the twentieth century were just a mess for professional baseball, labor, strife violence on the field in the stands gambling that culminates in the nineteen nineteen. Black SOX scandal renegade leagues right rival leagues, the federal league, the shipyard builders league. So baseball really wanted stability in Ruth was terrific for baseball, starting in nineteen twenty driving fans in larger numbers than ever, but he is. He's an independent operator. He was a member of the players fraternity. He's outspoken in criticizing baseball's labor practice, the draconian reserve clause. He's, you know, he's got a passing temper. He does gamble, although not on baseball and you know he does. He's got his own course in baseball wants to bring him to heel to take it back. Integer of him, but also to break him right control them speaking with professor, Edmund wurley his new book is breaking Babe, Ruth baseball's campaign against its biggest star. And of course, at this time we're talking about half a century before the advent of free agency. We're talking about a system that of course, bound players indefinitely to their teams at the team's discretion. We're talking about a young man, George Sherman Ruth who went from being literally an inmate at reform school at the beginning of nineteen fourteen to starring for the Boston Red Sox by the end of that summer. So how much sophistication could could young Ruth have brought to an understanding of his own situation? Well, great question. And my conclusion is at least initially not a lot, and he himself later on said, you know, you had such a tough upbringing abandoned by his parents, and then I think you're quite right in saying an. Mate in this reform. Tori..
"george sherman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I mentioned that adam hawk might ep came walking in normally he does not walk anything in if he's walking something it must be personal it must have something to do with the cat and it did tiger watch at riviera the genesis open he is now through nine plus one six shots off the lead and playing with justin thomas and rory so remember i had my whole take on tiger i said you know what credit to tiger her prostitute idir taken a big swing put himself out there he hates that course that course hates him he's dr played well on that course and he's taking it up alongside two of the best he's plus one through nine but having a better day than rory saw gillem not one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six coming up at about thirty five minutes i've got the head basketball coach at nevada eric musclemen if you know the program you know you must i go way back factor musclemen literally was one of the first guys that i used to interview when i got my first radio program in santa barbara when i was airbus men are about same age when i was in my early twenties he was in his early twenties and he was a gm and a coach of the rapid silly rapid city throwers in a cba and i was amazed by that that this guy just he made all the decisions involving personnel he coached the team who is twenty three and what's not labout about cba so he now we talk back in the day and a voice talked over the years so i mean literally decades he and i been wrapping so he's going to join me later on on this hour next hour george sherman excellent mlb columnist for the new york post joins us one more email and then i.
"george sherman" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"And the fox force trending now gordon i in the nba a rusty old score was shining bright and crunch time or whiteside went wing three how does it applied laid it's hey did the serpent's remaining in the game radio on the call as san antonio down the celtics by that score of 105 to 102 lamarcus aldridge led the charge with 27 points for san antonio while cowry urban core thirty six for boston in the loss vitriol a depot worked over the casper 33 points in a boards to give the pacers they 106 6210 to one over cleveland the snap the calf 13game win streak kevin durant build up a statute for the warriors in a one or two ninety one over detroit 36 points ten four seven thousand five blocks for kd in that one horrible news a source tells george sherman of the new york post mlb network at the mall as the yankees are close to agreeing to a trade that will send giancarlo stand to new york these blocks would fall saturday but he gargano wolf applies his nobody's for the full had the myself and threetime probowler lincoln kennedy men pound any slather away the velez tyron and pomp and now rank of white be violent live on the guy golf fox sports radio studios cease his box football saturday here's anthony guard gato and free time probowler lincoln kennedy ugh buddy lie on the guy gall fox sports radio studios cease face fox football saturday here's anthony gargano and.
"george sherman" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Akira sports desk here's joey waller aurium three bronx wins over the astros gary sanchez and aaron judge combining for three homers eleven rbis in now those baby bombers look to keep it going arrived the aol cs in six tonight in houston we severino against justin verlander sweeney murdy starts coverage 630 on the fan jackie pre pregame seven twenty five a short time ago skipper joe girardi saying his team's fine starting pitching in these playoffs is no surprise reminding us they were second in the american league in starting rotation era i mean a lot of people would have thought there were in part of it la chevy turner around at the end made a big difference jordi a short time ago with my friend sesa alma fat awaiting that series winner the dodgers stop out the cubs in five former met justin turner continues to be a postseason monster the and chris taylor name serious co mvp's and 26 career playoff games turned out betty 360 eight five homers twenty four rbis george sherman of the post says the team's batting coach kevin long and mirrors coach many after or the ones to be an admits managerial search now which reportedly could be decided this week after three successful regular seasons but disappointing oh seasons dusty baker is those managerial state is over after just two years but wrong gardenhire is back as skipper the exqueen's manager higher today by the tigers when those giant seek the second straight win hoseki the seahawks on sunday sterling shepherd questionable but now ruled out olivier vernon job with the casillas western rich burt paul perkins jets what my emme with moe wilkerson questionable jordan leg it is out let's play their barkley said our opener tonight against the bajic and huskies metropolitan division leaders as we speak or would you believe the devil's play host the short slater pregame 650 wfancom sports fifteen or 45 round the clock joey waller ten ten win sports wins news it's time for forty seven cbs tuesday what are we know ncis is more than a team here to share very smart i am that is not enough thing for your unpredictable better never and.
"george sherman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And i'm like i agree but the guy who pitched last year and if pitch the second half of the wet three days immigrants started this one has been a very high end starter with fifteen or sixteen career postseason starts working generally well he's the kind of guy who would go ahead and take a gamble on but they want the tigers to make him a less expensive piece and or get back backing prospect and it does not being from the people talking to that the tigers are mentally their june one or the other yet and that's a dangerous place today because where they are in their cycle they're not really close to winning a championship great now and this is leave a laugh the best moment to turn john burland into three or four pieces that helped beat up that process and i think they have to pay theory for you about how to manage that and get that done by so if they are willing to move him can you see where the dodgers might be interested in him i think that the dodgers if that number came down would be interested but from everything i grew jim you know they're very again i would just keep going back to the dodgers no they are playing a minimum a division series in october pretty much now you know i guess they could blow a double digit lead with two months lap but it's not combat not likely they've got a great core even without kershaw you know jan thin fieger bellenger turner you know they're gonna win ninety whatever plus games colorado and arizona probably aren't going to get there so they know during the division series so the thing is not just to get a daughter if that's what they boquet on but to get started that helps them he threw tober and that's why i heard that their focus was really on yu darvish because he's a guy you could imagine if you at kurchaloi darvish hill would now you're talking about coming up pretty much a hot water every day short in game and i think that where they're mindset that and everything i heard on july twenty four th and again i want to be sensitive to lights when he fought is yu darvish is not available right now rangers lose three in a row let's have another conversation in three days we're talking to george sherman.