18 Burst results for "Jacob Javits"
"jacob javits" Discussed on KGO 810
"Joe Biden was elected legitimately, despite the lack of evidence of fraud or wrongdoing in last year's presidential election. What is it that I don't get? Is this 30% but living in a cave before I really let loose with my granite, strong opinions some words about my political beliefs. I've often mentioned that my father whom I loved very much would vote from Mickey Mouse. Were you on the Democratic ticket? In retrospect, I understand why my dad escaped Hitler and it's so very late 1946 months after my mother, too, is fleeing to the United States from Germany tended to be Democrats because of the help Democrats already here provided to people like my father, everything from money to help assimilating into American culture. My dad became a U. S citizen at the first opportunity. We talked about politics at home. I got to hear a lot of what I would call intelligent arguments on both sides of issues. When I was growing up. I bring this up to get to the point. I like Democrats but never voted a straight party ticket. My political beliefs were reflected through the first person. I voted for Nelson Rockefeller. I also over the years voted for Jacob Javits and Kenneth Keating. All were in the GOP. I was then very much a moderate Republican. If I used today's terminology, but granted, I swung to the left for a few Decades before returning to the moderate fold. But the problem is that doesn't seem to be anyone in that fold with me. I won't waste our time by repeating what we all know there is no GOP anymore. It's been replaced by the GQ P. So let's go back to that 30% of Americans who believe Joe Biden's electoral win was not legitimate without a scintilla of evidence that Former President Trump continues to encourage them. Just yesterday, he issued a statement saying the fraudulent presidential election of 2020 will be from this day forth known as the big Lie way Back in August, before a single vote has been cast, Trump was casting doubt on the election process. He falsely claimed the only way he lose the election in November. Was if the election was rigged. Remember, of course, he made a very similar claim about election rigging. Four years before in August of 2016. He repeatedly claimed that presidential election was being rigged in favor of Hillary Clinton. Setting the stage for his defense. In case of a loss. He tried to hold up the 2020 election in the courts filing 61 lawsuits. He lost 60 of them, and now we get to the heart of the matter. January 6 2021. If you believe Trump had nothing to do with the planning, supporting an execution of that day's events, I have to say it. You're stupid. If you could watch and approve of the destruction of our capital in our laws, you have no love for this country. Fortunately, there are a few Republicans who are willing to let their patriotism went out over worship for Trump. Wyoming. Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney is one of them. She tweeted yesterday that the 2020 presidential election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is spreading the big lie, turning their back on the rule of law and poisoning our democratic system. Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney is another one. He was booed by fellow Republicans over the weekend when he told the crowd he wasn't a fan of Trump's character issues. Kudos surround me for asking the crowd. Aren't you embarrassed when they continued to boo him? Trump, meanwhile, is gleeful of a Romney getting booed, calling Romney a stone cold loser. I never thought I'd say this, but thank God for Mitt Romney and Liz Cheney. May they create a real Republican party, one that has brains, guts and a backbone. That's the Ron.
"jacob javits" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The Breakers calm. Former press secretary to President George W. Bush, from 2001 to 2003, very Fleischer weighing in on today's start of the second impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump. Fleischer told Bernie and sit right here on 77 w A B C another example. Washington not working. This is impeachment. Roman numeral two will be just as unsuccessful is impeachment Roman numeral? One Slice your did add he will not defend a trump speech at the U. S. Capitol. January 6. York State's health commissioner, says a man in his seventies who collapsed and died after leaving the Jacob Javits vaccination site in New York City is not believed to have suffered an allergic reaction to the Cova 19 vaccine. A man collapsed about 25 minutes after receiving his first dose he'd been observed for the required 15 minute period. The man was rushed to a hospital, where he died a short time later and Citi Field opening tomorrow as a mega vaccination site. Mayor de Blasio's We depend on folks who really have taken care of us, and we're there throughout this whole crisis. It'll be special appointments for TLC, licensed drivers and food service workers from from all over the five boroughs. Half the appointments being split between Queens residents and teal C workers as well as restaurant workers, with indoor dining resuming in New York City, a 25% capacity on Friday W ABC News Time 10 04 terrific sports and weather next Joe, No one is traffic and transit. All right, David, you're on Long Island Expressway He spent around swamp road an accident there, three lanes around up on the RFK Bridge. This is on the.
"jacob javits" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But I remember when my centers with Jacob Javits, believing a liberal Republican Um, And when people from both parties could talking under Richard Nixon could talkto liberals on Democratic? Look at the relationship. Look at the relationship. Marc A Zafarullah Buffalo look the relationship. The tip O'Neill and Ronald Reagan had Of course, could you imagine that? That would be heresy now? Well, you know, it's amazing. There are people in my generation because of policies and sent to America divert the verdict. Grim view of with very poor opinion of round Reagan's My goodness, what I would do to have Ron Reagan back with the Republican Party. Have Ronald Reagan back? I don't think you will. I mean, just based on his immigration policies alone. Yeah, I don't think Ronald Reagan could win a nomination party. But it was incredible. It was She was presidential Can, uh, his compassionate On the other hand, I don't think Bill Clinton could probably win these days. His party's his nomination so that that's where we stand right now, in 2021 that if you're not 100% in lockstep Then you are the enemy in and I'm not Maurin that with the different guests in just a few minutes, but markets Alak, a professor at the University of Dayton and Dr Markets, Lago also teaches political terrorism is what we saw last week and hopefully not any time during the swearing in of Joe Biden. That would be a I think a tragedy of even greater proportion or what we saw last Wednesday. Marco. Well go bills. Oh, yes. This year thistles are year, baby. This is our year. I'm fired up. I'm fired up. All right. Good luck. We'll talk soon, All right? Yes. All right. Be well five minutes away from a news update. As I said, we're going to talk about how we got here. I think that's a means a really important thing, right? We're arguing politics and a lot of people want to yell at me. Because I How dare I say we should impeach Trump? But, um how did we get to the point where no one can see I die political anymore? I think it's an important thing to talk about simply because of where we stand right now and what we're gonna be doing in the coming days, weeks months and well, the next four years just ahead. Scott's loco 700 wlw. If you 24 hour fitness, we believe in seeing things through. So when in nor gym's closed. We open outdoor locations with all the.
"jacob javits" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Rossini just had a face to face meeting in Michael's apartment building was last time you saw Alice last March. Don't. Yeah, I mean, you know, I think we may have seen her just a couple of days before they said you guys gotta work from home for Merlin. We thought we'd be working home for a couple of weeks a couple of days a couple of 9 10 months almost a year later. Was still here. Alice Alice is on her way to the Jacob Javits Center, where they're doling out the vaccine, and she's going to be interviewing people who will be standing in line to get the vaccine. But she said, Look, can you sign my book for my mother? Your book, she said. Singular sensation. The triumph of Broadway. Yeah, we know that and OK, right, So she stopped on her way to the Javits Center, and she was down there in the lobby. Now, here's what I love about Alice. Okay, So here's the thing. Alice had to wait for me because we were just on the air doing our little spiel here with Chris Matthews. She had to wait. So I go down. Alice is new. Best friend is my doorman. My overnight German. They were yakking away having a great time and then you know, I gave Alice a bottle Champagne her Christmas gift. And then, as she was flying out the door to get up to the Javits Center by German says I love that woman. She's great. She w Palace Natalie Shit all the time. And Alice gave me a nice card. I can't say this on the air Now Read what it says on the front. Well, I can it says Holy s. H. I can't say that you're engaged. Oh, so She said. Sorry. They were the first words that came to me when I heard the news from the man who was never going to get hitched. Next thing you know, you'll make a baby. Whoa! Well, second carried away here. I don't know about your real father. Jump into the marriage pool. The water is as hot as you're going to make it. My mother Alice. Got her. That star relished. Yeah. Okay, So we've got our soon to be Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer. Our senator loves that gives news conferences on the street. Yes, sir. He was giving one on the street at bad How the T Essa should put people on the no fly list if they were involved in the riot at the Capitol, and a woman came up out of nowhere and made it difficult for Chuck to continue making his little news conference..
"jacob javits" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"For a promise made promise kept, he is ready, willing and able to help you. He has been responsive. He's done a lot of good things. What the federal government did was a phenomenal accomplishments in our hour of need. And you all literally are helping us in a big way. We're at the edge. This is life or death stuff. We're forever thankful for that. President Trump. I mean, it's all true. I mean, you do we forget it to hospital ships with once a Los Angeles went to New York, the Jacob Javits Center, the rest of the ventilator, ventilators ventilators that you got him. You got all the ventilators saw somebody interviewing somebody from the Republican Party yesterday and the gentleman said, Listen, he was the one that did the China ban. And this idiot lady goes. Well, what about Europe? And he was like, Well, he kind of did that to you right away. But Yeah, right. Yeah. I mean, I don't know. I know what these people are talking about. 108 for eight W A B c 1 808 For 8 92 22 It's Tuesday That means the great Bo deedle will be here in about 20 minutes. 45 more shootings 45 Mohr here in New York. You and I told yesterday about a couple of ladies gunned down in the Bronx and Coney Island. Just keeps getting worse. We'll talk to Bo deedle, Rudy Giuliani and Congressman Lee Zeldin in the eight o'clock hour and beat Bernie in the nine o'clock hour. What a show! Keep it right here Burning and sit on a Tuesday. Where's Hunter home for entertaining talk streaming Now on your smart speaker. Just say play 77 w A. B. C..
Artist Bruce Sulzberg on painting Rafael Nadal
"Welcome to the tennis dot. Com Pot guest. I'm one of your host. Nina Pantic joined in this episode by my co host. Irena Falconi! Hey, guys! How's it going? And we have a very interesting episode of everyone today we are with the owner artists of cells media. Fine Arts Bruce Cells Bruce Welcome thank you, thank you so much for having me. Bruce? Do you have a very interesting story? I don't think a lot of people know it has to do with Ross doll. You don't usually have artists on our show, so that's why this is very unique and special you wanNA. Tell everyone story when it comes to tennis. Even if you're not a player or coach or tournament organizer, so let's start with you know where you are in the world during this quarantine and how your life is going these days, it's been very interesting. Interesting just like I would say probably ninety nine point. Nine percent of the world is trying to figure out what the hell you're. GonNa do during his time. you know the one fortunate part about it as being an artist, I've been locked in the studio painting new paintings and working with different ideas and working with RAF and his team Carlos Costa to figure out new and inventive ways to drive in bill business and do things that we are currently not used to doing. So it's been. It's been a wild interesting two months of figuring that out. What's your interest level tenants? Do you play? How did you get into this? US Fascinating I'm actually one of those weird concoctions of I'm an artist athletes so I was a big time athlete. As a kid played eight years of Baseball's all-star in baseball play basketball. I was all star in basketball. Basketball led me. Tennis I was a basketball player. Freshmen in highschool and kind of got into. An argument with my coach basically just decided to leave basketball. And I picked up a tennis racket and I had just. It was a natural thing for me to do. And before I knew I, had a professional coach, and my coach was played played on the tour and played John McEnroe. He saw me play and before I knew I was training with some of the best players in northern, California. And so I played high school career. played college and I still train. I still training a tribe while afford the pandemic I was out there every week. just started getting back out there about a week ago when they released the courts, but tennis is definitely in. My jeans had so much, so that my son plays college tennis. I'm actually had a scholarship to Chapman University as I used to play and made teams freshman, and he's also coach now, too, so and even though he still in college, but yes, definitely in my blood and strange enough. Raw Molly the owner of art encounter. That is my distributor. It turns out the way that we got this deal with him. Was He was tennis player in his whole family's sex players, and when he saw the original painting that I did have all sprouted in hadn't seen them in years we. She just freaked out. Saying Oh my God. This is unbelievable what I told him. I have five hundred signed by the dog himself. Personally and myself and we did a whole thing back in the day. When we have this painting, he's like. Nope, that's it. We're going to do something, so it's been a very unique tennis story all the way around. I can honestly say I think it's been a while that I've actually heard someone say that. They're both an athlete an artist. When was When was the moment where you're figured out like? Wow, I actually have a knack for this whole painting thing. That was easier. I I was asking rg by the time. I was five six seven years old. My parents had me in special school. Special Art schools and You know it was something that they noticed when I was one years old that I can draw and I'd actually kept first painting I drawing than I ever did when I was one and They just knew my dad was artist. He never followed that trade. Actually went into corporate business, but my dad is very artistic used to do paintings. So I kind of had that gene in me. And I just knew at a very early age. That was what I was going to do my life. We hear so much about young athletes figuring out their skill set at a young young age at like three, four five, and to see that art is very similar as interesting for those who don't know the story Bruce is the owner of Salzburg Media Fine Arts, a broad range of professional sports team three. Of National. International athletes he got three D work of Rafa. Nadal for those are not watching this on video. It's behind him, but it's also going to be a link in our episode information. He's also got artwork of Muhammad. Ali Michael Jordan Prince. Fielder Dirk Nowitzki. Irk Nowitzki I'm not a basketball person. I'm sorry. Most importantly. It's the tennis painting that we're really here to talk about, and it's Three D. art, so I want to start with what is three art. What's the process for making an artwork like this before we get into the Roth story? This was very unique idea. That I came up with lean back in nineteen, ninety five, I was doing my very first art show at the New York our next on back in those days that was the largest art show in the world. Everything was painter of any place anywhere was there exhibiting in was at the Jacob Javits in New York City, so as massive and I back then you the jury to get in so jury to get an shared a booth with another artist, and when I was there, all brought was abstract paintings on canvas, because that's what I was painting at the Time Big Love Klee Miro. Picasso, that was kind of backroom basically, and we've been in the show for five days and insult. Damn painting and I told. My My. Fiance at the time in my mom was there with me. I gotTa Take I. Just need to go walk the show and I said. You know if I'm going to do anything in my life I've got to figure out how to do something that no one has ever done and for some reason and it's time. My Dad owned art gallery. Very very successful one back in San Francisco. East Bay and I just something popped in my head. work on glass. Just a glass on the second I got home I started Phil around layers of plexiglas and low and behold. That's how it was born I. Just we just figured out how to frame it how to do the whole thing in. One, doing where usually as an artist you paying on one level is a canvas most most of the time. You're just doing everything on that level of what I wanted to do with cigarette how to take a look at an image of a painting in break it up and put different parts of each of painting on glass, and then use spicer's to separate them, so there's space in between each layer. You get that natural three d look with no gimmicks, no anything no lighting. It's all based on different layers and different perspectives, so that's how it was born and. The risk on history.
"jacob javits" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"NYC I'm Jamie Floyd some of New York city's temporary field hospitals may stay open for the foreseeable future in case of future covert nineteen now breaks later in the year governor Cuomo says sites like the Jacob Javits center haven't been needed as much as officials feared but it's going to remain close to large events for now it is twenty five hundred bed so it's a great facility but it's also in the convention center can't reopen the convention center obviously as it when it's with the hospital beds in it Cuomo says the Westchester convention center will also be maintained as a temporary hospital in case of a second wave of covert nineteen the U. S. Supreme Court has ruled in a major decision on gun rights involving a dispute over New York city's former ban on transporting guns the case was a challenge by gun owners to New York city's now repeals limits on transporting personal firearms the justices ruled today that there is nothing left for them to decide now that the city is ease its restrictions on taking licensed locked and unloaded guns outside the city limits a new state law prevents New York from reviving its band the Supreme Court had seemed poised to use the case to expand gun rights nationwide but other gun cases to remain in the high court's pipeline and the justices could decide to hear one of those next term and W. NYC staff and listeners are mourning the loss of longtime host Richard hake who died Friday of natural causes W. Q. X. our morning news host Kerry Nolan started at W. NYC at about the same time as Richard nearly thirty years ago he was fresh out of Fordham and already had a knack for connecting with his listeners we bonded over our respective musical idols Streisand for him Springsteen for me he was smart funny kind a consummate radio guy and my friend Richard hake was fifty one years old in our newsroom will have a remembrance coming up later this hour after news headlines currently forty nine degrees in Central Park at four oh six.
"jacob javits" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Cloudy skies at nine o'clock good evening I'm Steve greenfield and president trump says that national recommendations for wearing medical masks during the pandemic are coming soon I don't think they'll be mandatory because some people don't want to do that but if people wanted as an example in the mass of people wanted to wear them they can he suggested that a scarf might be a good substitute as well locally mayor de Blasio now advising new Yorkers to wear some kind of facial covering when going outside such as a piece of clothing or a bandanna the main goal of having people use facial coverings is to potentially stop the spread of the virus to others particularly by people who didn't realize that they were sick to begin with the temporary hospital facility at the Jacob Javits convention center will now be treating covert nineteen patients the original plan was for the center to take a non virus patients away from the crowded hospitals but governor Cuomo says the number of positive cases has increased so dramatically that this move will be more beneficial the state owned Javits center has been turned into a two thousand five hundred bed emergency medical facility being run by the U. S. army new Yorkers once again raise their voices and pots and pans to those honoring that they're saving lives amid the pandemic A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey has more tonight leads here at seven PM here in New York City for doctors and nurses who are battling corona virus in the city's hospitals one of the temporary hospitals the Javits convention center is going to start accepting coronavirus patients because the number of cases is coming so fast and it was a reminder from the mayor to preserve masks for health care workers every other New Yorker when they go outside should cover their face with a scarf or bandanna Erin cutters he ABC news New York the IRS is warning the public about potential virus related scams by way of calls and emails the agency is urging.
"jacob javits" Discussed on WSB-AM
"About the army corps of engineers in New York City building a hospital within four days at the Jacob Javits center I've got a story here where field hospitals being set up on the east lawn in Central Park by who a non profit organization by to talk about the name of Samaritan's purse A. R. U. S. based Christian global relief agency setting up a hospital of a field hospital in New York City then you have police officers people rail against the police officers who talked about the police officers who attacked police officers on a daily basis you have police officers going to work every day responding to a nine one one calls putting themselves and their families health in danger you have non profits your people you have regular people stepping up to the plate to help others going to the store for seniors in their neighborhoods helping people donating money we raised a hundred and eight thousand dollars in eighteen hours on Friday to give to the land of community food bank in order to feed needy kids that's you that's regular people this country is the greatest country ever in the history of mankind it does has it have had has it it has its flaws yeah we're working on those things but on a fundamental level at a base level this is the greatest country in the world and I'm seeing it right before my very eyes right now and anybody that tells you that the corporations are mean greedy people you tell about Abbott pharmaceuticals anybody tells you that the police are evil murderers then you tell that police officers are working to revive us while they stay home when you have some high ranking lawyer or politician look down on a regular man is delivering full over eats you remember over each delivery man is bringing your food while you're stuck in the house ladies and gentlemen I'm here to tell.
"jacob javits" Discussed on KTRH
"His thanks and although the federal government already approved for temporary hospitals around the state governor Andrew Cuomo is requesting for more he's saying the peak is expected for another twenty one days and hospitals are already overwhelmed New York is turning the Jacob Javits convention center into a hospital and in in New Orleans their convention center is being turned into a hospital that'll be able to house a thousand patients one of the most hard hit states and Louisiana is well I'm sorry one of the most hard hit states is Louisiana where senator bill Cassidy tells fox news he hopes the Senate will consider another measure following the recently passed stimulus bill I would like to see a very large infrastructure package getting working Americans back a construction pulling through manufacturing which stimulates the service industry if we if we can do that then I think we have a long term exit to restore the economic prosperity we had before the set Louisiana is reporting over two thousand seven hundred cases a cove at nineteen with over fifty deaths news on demand at K. T. R. H. dot com we're gonna have another update at twelve thirty I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. E. T. R. H. R. H. N. fox percent I hard living room concert for America hosted by Elton John from their living room dealers Alicia keys Billy Joe from Green Day Tim McGraw Billy I listen more live on fox twenty six and R..
"jacob javits" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Jacob Javits center has been completed more from correspondent Shimon progress they are not expected to see covert patients here at the Javits center the whole point of this is to relieve the stress that is now going to have going to occur with hospitals because of all the call the patients they want to try to relieve some of the stress on the hospitals and bring other patients who need either a kind of medical care here at the job and sense of this facility is the first of several to be built in New York the head of the International Monetary Fund says it is clear of the global economy has now entered a recession and the federal government is turning to public private partnerships to keep feeding students in need after the global pandemic force nationwide school closures I'm this Bloomberg sports update New Orleans Saints cornerback drew Brees and his wife for making a massive donation to aid in the fight against the coronavirus priest tells NBC's today show he and his wife Britney or donating five million dollars to the state of Louisiana this year there are so many people in need right now and obviously the state of Louisiana thrives on small businesses and it's World War or hospitality state so many people have been affected by this around the country but especially New Orleans Brees says the efforts will begin to distribute more than ten thousand meals a day in the state through partnerships with many groups like Jimmy Johns the Superbowl winning quarterback added that the effort will continue for the foreseeable future locally the giants and jets will be making draft picks next month along with the other National Football League teams multiple reports say commissioner Roger Goodell sent a league wide memo stating the NFL draft will go on as planned starting April twenty third it also threatens discipline for publicly discussing draft related issues also the giants adding another piece to their defensive line the athletic reporting that they've agreed to a one year deal with former Tennessee Titans defensive lineman Austin Johnson he spent his first four years with Tennessee after being a second round draft pick in twenty sixteen Major League Baseball in this player's association agreeing to a deal surrounding the leak stoppage due to cope with nineteen players reportedly voted in owners are likely to run a funny deal that will cover an advance in salary for players it also includes the right to shorten the MLB draft an honor full service time for twenty twenty of no season occurs in addition Major League Baseball Players Association president Tony Clark says the chance remains games could be played and Andy parks and weather will certainly be a factor Mets right hander Noah Syndergaard underwent successful Tommy John surgery Thursday the men's announcing Tuesday that Syndergaard would need the surgery he is likely to return sometime during the twenty twenty one season Syndergaard is twenty seven years old well the Bloomberg sports update on John Rogers you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek Bloomberg radio hello I'm Carol Nasser and I think Kelly today work for you so the most importantly help informative conversations we had on our daily radio show Bloomberg business week about the corona virus its impact broadly on the economy on businesses executives and human beings all across the nation and he said that included the cannabis industry we caught up with your lease Boris Jordan he's the executive chairman of that company this is a personal story for him because his own daughter impacted by the virus that we talked to him about that as well as talk to him about continuing to run his business because that's what he's doing and also how this is impacting his team is team of workers well and we also went into two worlds very much affected by the corona virus first the world of academia we talked to the Barnard College president C. on bylock she is also studied stress she understands that and also the world of sports Paul Rabal of course co founder of the premier lacrosse league the sports world shut down completely can say both of those conversations really inspiring for for me certainly and I hope to our listeners first up though we did spend some time with Daniels were he's the CEO of arena investors and he had decent a lot to say about the investment environment and just the world at large it's been evolving over the last couple of weeks we certainly saw equities breaking down but be kind of over the counter institutional markets were relatively immune and on get in really weren't reacting at all then we started seeing kind of institutionally held basically arbitrage related positions starting to come out start to get liquidated various sorts across rate of return things in in merger arbitrage and relative value we then saw large scale selling in liquidations of kind of institutionally held loans and a B. S. offerings of which we probably haven't seen at these levels in several years in most instances still a good ways away from kind of where the bottoms of an elevator and to R. ninety eight look like but certainly a level of activity and that type of activity it's been a long time coming today and how far away do you think we are from that bottom I think if you if you did it kind of apples to apples in a very general sense to where those other where those markets kind of bottomed out I think it looks like we're probably a third to half way there's a good a good way to go because you know as I've we talked about in our earlier discussions there was such an absolute frenzy of credit fueled originally by the kind of depressed risk free rates when the monetary authorities that things got so over done that just means that the the the the the the trip back going to be longer and harder so I have a thought there though so if it wasn't the virus from what you're saying because yeah it was such a frenzy of credit pay we all talked about all the money that was sloshing around there whether it's the public markets and you know especially even in the private market so was it just a matter of time that something maybe not of this magnitude but we would have had some kind of a doing of all of this absolutely absolutely and it's totally consistent with the last you know several hundred years of market behavior ultimately the thing that kind of knocks the market office office chair is going to be something none of us counted on by definition if we were counting on it that it wouldn't do that and so every every five or ten or fifteen years you're going to see this and and by the way it doesn't really seem to fit the kind of normal distribution because we had you know we've had four or five one in a million years type things happen you know in the last twenty five years so clearly something's amiss and so when you saw this kind of frenzy happened I would like it it actually to you know not to a war a wonder or one or ninety eight but really to to where the moral com fraud happening in the wake of Enron and others happened where there wasn't a fundamental change even in the general macro economic environment as much as eight eight eight an absolute re pricing of risk and reward across the credit spectrum that's a small point yeah keep going I'm sorry there's been though there's just been there's just been so much this party has been such a friendly that and it looks lasted so long even relative to kind of normal careers the number of people even old enough who are still in the market who were senior enough to be kind of at the trigger in some of these old time times so to speak has dwindled and so this is a big surprise if you just have to live that long and so that really exacerbates what you what you see and then as I noted in the in a bit of a paper I wrote you know there's a whole series of secular changes that happen in the wake of the of the crisis of the a crisis that have changed the game such that if a if a situation like this ever arose the issues they do it because it would be greatly exacerbated that stands when he's the CEO of arena investors he's a specialist in this is the term of art on Wall Street Carol special situations and was it this is beyond special it's extraordinary the time we're living in and yet investors they are getting their heads around this we saw that this week and you start to see strategies form around where we go from here and I have to say Jeez and I found it really helpful I hope our our our listeners did as well that listening to investors who have gone through some of these market disruptions market cycles where there's the financial crisis or other I think was really helpful in understanding how we got through that and how it's different perhaps then what we're going through today and how we get out on the other side and I found it so interesting that he didn't make the comparisons that everybody else has made two thousand eight to two thousand one his comparison worldcom I found it so interesting you're listening to Bloomberg business week coming up on our college president C. on bylock she explains how Kobe nineteen is impacting higher education I think this was a really thoughtful conversation about how it's impacting the student body heard ministration but also chasing about she's done a Ted talk on stress and how that impacts.
"jacob javits" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Pick the twenty six thousand people who are going to die because you only spend four hundred ventilators yeah I don't think the feds are the of the perspective you know what that's all they need let's just do that yeah you know again you pick the people that which which every the country isn't gonna get ventilated because you need them right you you choose the area of the country you tell those people they're going to die that's unfair when he said there that's not fair at all yeah they call that moral blackmail that's it and that's and that's exactly what he's doing to it exactly to your point like okay if if you're gonna play that game let's just play the game where you tell other regions who are are you your people are gonna die your people are gonna die so that did let's not be silly obviously the feds will eat whatever our system and is inadequate as our system is to the task at hand at the moment it doesn't mean that the feds are trying to slight you or hold has something back against New York they're doing everything they can they're building a mercy hospitals right now in Hillary's job at center in order to take all of the people right they still have the balloons that place is a place of perpetual sadness that Java center it's like Hillary loses election now it's like a hospital for a corona virus patients I mean do you have the Jacob Javits center does have some very nice events there as well so maybe it's only sad when Hillary's they're yeah they're not not right now not known for its it's still more on this the president responded to Andrew Cuomo and what he had to say about these ventilators the president did endless press availabilities yesterday he was on fox for hours and then he went to the coronavirus task force meeting in during all of that he was asked about Andrew Cuomo we've got his response just a moment or six fifteen that's number W. I. L. traffic.
"jacob javits" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Help them I'll get that so so proud of you post out I know he's off to the next deals will be picking up a bunch of others he's make it shows kids are to be straight with the generation a well so congratulations to post out again shop the sees a flip in New Jersey and don't forget we have a seven all Alaska minnow of the is coming up in Manhattan at the Jacob Javits center if you want to learn about real estate I hope to see you guys there just click the link in my bio for more information I'm gonna come I need to learn how to get this Airbnb popping okay vacation home you don't go you got a bunch of property you I you you don't hide out there right now I have four I'm happy I'm Patti I am proud of you I only come back positive no let's get on JZ December fourth Happy Birthday how John on December weighing in at ten he was the last the only one when I gave birth unless someone so you someone main when I got here what we don't he was funny story is for the next question but I noticed that you when me and my husband the head of my right some used to be in the kitchen wrapping and the re hours of the morning and then I bought him the but that was close to me out of trouble the adrenaline rush such so the we don't and when the well try with that is not me every thank maybe everybody is the.
"jacob javits" Discussed on AnimeCons TV (MP3)
"Welcome to animate cons TV where your source for Enemy Convention News and of Course Convention reports my name is Doug Wilder. Can you believe it guys. We're actually at our last convention report of Two Thousand Nineteen. We've gone through the year and we've got a lot of conventions demo stuff seen a lot of things and we're now at the last report art for me it was NYC. This year. It was November fifteenth through the Seventeenth at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. This was the conventions inventions third year. On fortunately I missed it last year. I had to back out of going to Tucson for seen circumstances but just in in the year gap. It really seems like it's exploded with attendance. It's gotten a lot more people in the Convention Center that's for sure I actually stayed further underway this year for lodging just kind of for financial reasons. I was able to come in on nut check into my hotel room until Friday instead of Thursday and I stayed a little bit further away. Maybe about a thirty minute subway ride with a little bit of walking at the end and that was a nice benefit to save some money because hotels in New York City are expensive GonNa know unfortunately not everyone has luxury either coming in for further away or something something like that. They need to make sure they get in on Thursday night. So that's one factor but it's again nice thing about New York is there's there's a lot of neat places to check out. You can also either add a day before or after play Taurus if you can afford it on things like that there's lots of great restaurant options. I was thankful that has some friends that showed me some really good places to go. The big thing that stood out to me this year was just how much bigger the dealer's room and artist's alley award this year Like two years ago where. The rally was in a completely separate room this year the artist's alley and the doors were all in the same league's Exhibit Hall Space. The show floor was just massive lots of vendors lots of artists and is kind of mixed on this on the one hand and more things to check out the handed felt like this was kind of the focus of the show was to get you to spend money. I do like that. There is a lot of different artists to check out those really neat. But the other thing that stood out to me was how the kind of lay it was labeled vendor booths were numbers. I think they're like one hundred to two thousand neo by hundreds and artists were letters. ABCD etc but those were the signs for these. Were kind of hard to find like the only on the edge of each lane and in the newsroom the only kind of in the middle of each lane and it was just a sign on the floor. Not like a big sign above above or you know multiple signs throughout so if you were trying to meet a friend and you know tested are called and said hey meet me at ro the Booth fifteen thirty six. I you'd have to find where the sign was for the fifteen hundreds and get an idea and then try to navigate and just I hulls. The ceilings are at the Convention Center in this office and the amount of large banners. You saw see all over the convention. It's really strange that they didn't have hanging banners four labeling stuff I think would have made things a little bit easier to navigate them especially if you're trying to find a specific booth for a vendor or artists that you really wanted to check out The other thing is just because there's a lot going on. There was a lot of noise in the newsroom blasting things.
"jacob javits" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I tend to I I like more of the songs that speak to be emotionally exactly that to fuse doesn't to me so I've nothing against it but it's just it's not a song that means a lot to me. I read I I kinda went to the same approach when when when we were when I was thinking that view and I said you know I do everything most lanny way you could tell but the right the connections and the rating it and it's funny. We have different perspectives. We'll get to that to that Loyd. What's unlucky number thirteen nothing man I like the idea of the self reflection and you know how I it's just I like the music but we're getting a little bit closer to the songs that I would probably flip on. You know that I would choose to like hit the track and play nothing man is kind of It's one of those songs that I listened to because I feel like I need to not because they necessarily want to okay okay one of those songs right. I originally had nothing man low were and today as I was listening to the songs I went. No I like it a little more than that and so I kept you know shifting and shifting think no. I liked that a little bit more. No I look at a little more so my thirteen is. Let's be friends so not that butch hiring yeah. I agree with you. It is a very it's a very pop song. It is in in a Lotta ways. I I think it doesn't belong on the album. you know like if. I was going to edit this I might take it off because I think waiting on a sunny day serves the purpose purpose of kind of that in Mary's place kind of giving the up elite. I don't know if you knew that but you know we got it all right right further on up the road. Oh okay now. Give me the secret sessions version that it can listen to that's just to me. Just gets you know gets my juices flowing a little bit on the horizon yeah okay. It's all right I liked. You know one Sunday morning. We'll rise you know but but like I said we're getting to the to to the the the rate the reading reading here where I would probably farm in the right mood. I flip it on. I press play and getting there when I don't remember who it's one of the podcast I've already recorded but I haven't released and so I apologize to my other host but he said at this point I'm decimal points or separating. You know you know nine. It's nine point three seven compared to nine point one you know and so I actually had further on of the road much lower about where you've got it and I listened to it again and I will be honest. I probably thought of the C sued song to hearing him. Do it live and that probably brought it up. A little bit more is kind of a cheating. Maybe so I I could see why eleven on me is counting on a miracle I. I don't and I will tell you this eleven through through eight. I think I could have shifted fairly easy. I'm I'm pretty solid dollar on Mike. I know my top five. Are you know and once again. I might be able switch those but I knew what my top five were. you know. I'm you know count out miracles a perfectly fine song it just isn't one of my favorites on the album right right now. We're in the top ten lonesome day. Wow Wow now that would be shocker. What's what's the thought well. I love the song I it sums up everything I to be saying about facing things and and you know trying to try I I love it. It's got like a like it's like a fun upbeat song but the message just kind of really serious firm and what he's saying so. I love that part. I think with Lonesome Day. I mean it has really Happy Memories Maurice Music because it was a song he opened up with you know in some live shows during that whole period but I think I just kind of got tired of it. I love it. I just kind of I could skip it over the other as far as my rankings because I kind of like I dunno more. It kind of just got got to play a little bit for me. I could see it on the access. Hd Channel just recently out he played the Barcelona favorite that is my all time if I could have a time machine and go and get on that airplane for that length of time I would be in that concert that yeah and that showcases so much of the rising album does it is such a good thing so so lonesome day is higher for me high all I number ten is you're missing because there had to be number ten. There is so much sadness sadness in your miss the whole you know I looked in your not there so it it is purely because I like a couple other songs a little bit more right at this point. I'm really because you know there are people and and you might be one of them that when he did a lot of songs from greetings or while the innocent you know I would go crazy if he did the rising from beginning to end it just would one of my great things so you know there is a beauty to the missing that ah I gave it a lot of thought to put it higher but then I started thinking these others just a little bit more but yeah it's. It's just you know someone had to be ten number nine. Okay now. You got it much higher than me. did you what what speaks to you about it. I think I I happen to like. I like the the sound of it. It's like a power to it a little nuts. I don't know it just kind of gives me a little like a little fight. He gets my gets gets. My gets my bronx at a little bit. I don't know there's something about it that just I don't know. Kinda attendances me to the point. I can't explain it. It's just it's energizing AIDS weird. It's a little weird suka strange fan yeah but there's something about the catches me every time interesting I did never mind the nothing man and and and the recite did nothing man is the idea of I don't feel like a hero you the the concept of I suppose to everybody acts. You know like nothing's changed but I'm I'm I have changed in this this inside. I just think he captured that really well Jesse. It's funny you said that because that was with my first impression of that song when I first heard it I I was thinking about how like you know some of my at the time of nine eleven I was still teaching the teacher back back then and I had like five or at least five or six of the of the dads of my students were farming and they gone for weeks at a time and everybody was praising all thank you so much via service. I mean we're all very grateful way from that with their first reaction every single one and then and including the fam- The wives and families would say please don't Gore finey. Please don't don't hero worship me. This is not about that. This is about doing what we need to be doing like the and when I heard nothing man. I didn't realize that Bruce had written before before the rising album but I thought that was like the message. He was trying to say like he calls it. Like what did he feel like an awkwardness interests. It's like don't don't please don't don't make don't make me feel like I have to live up to anything. I'm just doing. I'm here and I'm and I'm I'm not one hundred percent. I don't feel like a hero like you said. That was my first impression that song. I thought it was beautiful for that message but you see how things connect that's why like I said this necessarily know if I wanNA hear it. I don't know if I want to hear nothing and I think about my students and their dads and now some of them came back sick and like I don't want to remember that but in a way it's really important written. That's what I meant early when I said about this album there things about you as I is. It gets into numbers. You'll you'll see what I ne- not always something. I want to know. I don't yeah no I want to hear. Do I refuse. That's Kinda weird. I don't know if I like that but then there's something about it. you know take vitamins and eat something yes that kind of thing yeah okay good all right number eight empty sky okay and we get now into the ones that really have an emotional emotional connection to me. which is what that's all? That's all about what music means to me. Especially booth is just putting the images that I saw and the things my husband described in the city that day and my friends I had a friend that was the detective and she was working the Jacob Javits Center for like the the weeks after and she couldn't talk about it and I how this curiosity besides what besides what I was seeing on television when we finally got back I needed to have the the music to those images as I needed it. I need to place it there. I don't see it. I don't WanNa remember it but the music name the Eagle to do that. Maybe accept it and that's what I think of empty sky so I am empty skies my seven so I'm GonNa go ahead. Jump and talk about this same time. My aid is further on up the road and I will as I already mentioned probably because when I see it I think of the seeger sessions a little bit more but I was as I was making this list. I said how can I put. Nt Sky Number seven what becauase you know what it is. I woke up this morning. I could barely breathe breath empty impression in the bed. There used to be it. Just it's so powerful and you know I had never I had never visited New York before nine eleven so I do not have that memory but we went December of two thousand one. My Wife's come. I told you she had started with a new company and they flew December for the Christmas party and the people coming in the cabdriver was.
"jacob javits" Discussed on KOMO
"Know have to stand by because we still go through this list, New York. John Vincent in the studio with us. As is Jen. Right jen's been posting a bunch of stuff Neil. This just run through some of the big quickly, and we can jump back into them. So gladiator was there again first time it's been a camp Jeep that was kind of interesting because we've got to see it a lot of the public now is right in Iran camp went through training to drive Cam Jeep is you had to go through a training. So I could drive it. And we set it up with with with Cam Jeep that I would drive vehicle around and Mike credential from FOX and friends and also mice of TV Ponta from the Fox Sports show was in the vehicle with me, and they left the gate open. And so I was like I'm just gonna take it out into the street. And they they knew I was going to do it. But he didn't. And he's freaking out in the security guards set up. Banging the cost screaming at me. Stop stop. We just drove into Times Square. It was it was funny to see Mike's like we action because he was petrified. We're going to get arrested by the security police, whoever they guys where it can. It was it was kind of I drove at a time square. People taking pictures of it in one in real life, by the way, do not drive Dr Jacob Javits center to time square because although it's like twelve blocks to forty minutes. It was horrible. Yeah. And you're the only non cab on the street. I was horrible. And plus I'm very like, I'm not an aggressive nasty driver. I'm I tend to like polite. I'm polite. I let people like I'm I'm might be. But I'm not, I'm polite. I'm pauline. I'll let people in. And that's a good. I've seen guys squeeze papain. I when I came from the apple in New York, I landed a JFK got picked up in in a car and driven the guy that was driving. I found this later in the trip but was NYPD homicide. Detective that was the driver that we had for the time. We were there like he was driving. So this guy's a police officer and he's driving around New York. He overtook a please call this license irons on. That's awesome. 'cause there was a gap on the right hand side through traffic. Please call was trying to get on the left hand side. He just took it like undertook, I guess, but it's a one way street over unto whichever swing around it. He they're blocking off bag struggling through traffic. Anyway, nukes those scary. Don't have a dry from Jacob Javits Senator time never use your turn signals a sign of weakness. Yes. I don't use your home. Exactly one of the one of the guys one of the guys on my team was going from way. Like like, he was in a cab somewhere somewhere going somewhere and the Yuba hit a guy on a bicycle who's living grub office is fine. It was fine way. That's New York. I mean, only only in New York could you be inside a cab or an Uber left or something and have his somebody else. Just it's it's a dangerous game crossing the street. Nieto's pretty dangerous, and it's fun but stainless for listening. I'm sorry. Keeping people a picture of what New York's like so I got to drive the gladiator for the first time ran Cam cheap. It's harder than it. Looks like Cam GPS a lot hotter than especially off Cam thing with vehicles like going up and down one side. The that's and the guys showing you how you have to stay right on the lines is often lines. You could come off the whole the whole structure. So he's you know, he's telling you laughter. Right. And all you can see his arms because you can't see your point. Yeah. She calls the road below. You just see him putting the camera in in this one doesn't didn't help you a metal. It's a little piece of metal. You have to drive over if anybody in the audience hasn't seen camp cheap. It's kind of an amusement park for GPS that they different outages. It's pretty awesome. And you just go to ride. It must be would just get to ride. It was like enough to drive it this new Highlander. This is interesting. It is interesting. Vehicle it. It's not hugely different. But it's built on the new platform. Everybody's everybody's evolution of acres mechanically the huge different because they're going to new platforms. But at the same time, it looks very much like, I if you had shown me this picture this vehicle without knowing the toadyism Highland each the badging off of the Toyota badge. Tony was Highland. It looks like one Genesis. Is it really I think? Couple of interesting things with the highlanders the Connor capacity is actually down compared the old one time for us to take a break.
"jacob javits" Discussed on KOMO
"I I haven't Melissa. We'll talk about Mercedes G E Fifty-three and also the BMW seven, but I'm not I'm not a, you know, have to stand by because we still have to go through this list. New John Vincent in the studio with us. As is Jen. Right jen's been posting a bunch of stuff from New York. It's just run through some of the vehicles quickly, and we can jump back into them. So gladiator was there again first time it's been a camp Jeep that was kind of interesting because we've got to see it a lot of the public now is right in Iran. I went through training to drive Cam Jeep is you had to go through a training course. So I could drive it. And we set it out with with with Cam Jeep that I would drive the vehicle around and Mike Cordell from FOX and friends and also mice it of TV pawn from the Fox Sports show was in the vehicle with me, and they left the gate open. And so I was like I'm just going to take it out into the street. And they they knew I was going to do it. But he didn't he's freaking out in the security guards. We'll set up banging the cost screaming at me. Stop stop. We just drove into Times Square. It was it was funny to see Mike's like reaction because he was petrified. We're gonna get arrested by the security police, whoever they the guys were at cat. It was it was kind of five. I drove into Times Square has a lot of people taking pictures of it seen one in real life, by the way, do not drive from Jacob Javits center to time square because although it's like twelve blocks forty minutes. It was horrible. Yeah. And you're the only non cab on the street. I was horrible. And plus I'm very like, I'm not an aggressive nasty driver. I'm I tend to like, I'm polite. Polite. I'm polite. I'll let people I'm like, I'm I'm might be. But I'm not, I'm polite. I'm Pauline let people in and that's a good thing. I've seen guys squeeze papain. I when I came from the airport in New York, I landed JFK, I got picked up in in a car and driven the guy that was driving and I found out this later in the trip was NYPD homicide. Detective that was the driver that we had for the time. We were there like he was on driver. So this guy is a police officer. And he's driving around New York. He overtook a please call with its license irons on that's often because there was a gap on the right hand side through traffic. Please call was trying to get on the left hand side. He just took it like, oh undertook. I guess, but it's a one way street over under to whichever swimming around it. He they're blocking the hov bag struggling through traffic. Anyway, nukes little scary. Don't dry from Jacob Javits senate's at times has never use your turn signals a sign of weakness. Yes. Just use your home, exactly. One of the guys one of the guys on my team was going from I way like like he was in a cab somewhere Yuba somewhere going somewhere and the Yuba hit a guy on a bicycle who was living grub off his bond is fine. It was fine. Now way that's New York. I mean, only only in New York could you be inside a cab or a new borough lift or something and have his somebody else. It's just it's it's a dangerous aim crossing the street Nieto's pretty dangerous, and it's fun. But it's dangerous for listeners. I'm sorry was giving people a picture of what New York's like so I got to drive the gladiator for the first time ran Cam cheap. It's harder than it. Looks like Cam GPS a lot hotter than especially off campus thing with a vehicles like going up and down one side. The that's and the guys showing you how you have to stay right on the lines. You come off the lines. You could come off for the whole the whole structure. So he's he's telling you left to right, and all you can see his arms because you call them. See golfers. You appointing up. Yeah. She calls the road below in the thing. I see just see him putting the camera in in this one doesn't didn't help you. Is a metal. It's a little piece of metal. You have to drive over say if anybody in the audience hasn't seen camp cheap. It's kind of an amusement park for GPS that they have different outages. It's pretty awesome. And you just go to ride. It must be would just get to ride it. I was like enough to drive it. There's a new Highlander. Now. This is interesting. It is interesting vehicle it it's not hugely different. But it's built on the new platform. Everybody's everybody's evolution is a vehicle's mechanically the huge different because they're going to new platforms. But at the same time, it looks very much like, I if you had shown me this picture this vehicle without knowing the told you a Highland vehicle. The badging off of the Toyota badge. I it was Toyota Highlander, it looks like one Genesis is it really I think a couple interesting things with Highlander is the partner capacity is actually down new one. Compare the old one time for us to take a break. We'll be right back. GPO radio tuned to KOMO news more. Our auto expert is on the way..
"jacob javits" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"And it'll show you a list of all the play the destinations you've saved. So you don't have to remember the codes these sort of not because say the, you know Jacob Javits center. You know that you remember that? Yes that that's that's true. If you want, but what that'll typically do take you generally, it'll take you to one particular entry s so if you if you're trying to meet somebody if you're waiting for a lift or Newburgh to come pick you up, unfortunately, they don't they haven't implemented. This. But when they do that will that'll be a good thing. Because now, you can give them a, you know, a ten foot square death. No, more specific more precise location to pick you up at because, you know, the Javits center, or you know, any stadium or things like that the typically have multiple entrances. And so this let you get much more precise location. Cool. Have you liked the edge of the great? You know, it's a it's a nice mid size crossover. You know, this particular one, you know, they don't have any electrification options on this one yet the next generation will. But at the at the auto show Lincoln showed off its new corsair, which is our new compact crossover. We saw a whole bunch of different things there and everything's moving towards adding either hybrid plug in hybrid or for full battery electric options. That's what it's exciting to me. I don't ever want to have to buy another gas car and now because there's charging stations everywhere I feel like we're really making progress. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. Although as we've talked about before we're buying a car. My our son is sixteen and you know, he's going to get his driver's license. And we're thinking the next car we get it's going to be end up inheriting his car when he goes off to college. And that made me think twice because when he goes off to college. There may not be a place to charge when he rent rents a house. There may not be a place to charge if he's living in an apartment, there may not be a place to charge an electric car might not be the most practical. So now, we're thinking maybe hybrid. Yeah. Or plug in hybrid is another option that way when you when you have a place to charge you can plug it in, you know, in case like something like the Niro, you got about twenty seven miles of electric range. So you can do a lot of your daily driving on Electricite. And then you know, when when it's when you run out the battery, then you can just keep on driving just like a regular hybrid. So that's also an option. I noticed Ford is putting a new something they call the co-pilot three sixty technology. These are drivers technologies. Can you tell me a little.