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"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

09:50 min | 3 months ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Now back to mother and Padma. And so we're GONNA talk about your food a little bit because it's Cherry bomb and we only have. But. I wanted to ask you. When did you I know that through the movie is smells sort of introduce you to the New York Times and Craig Claiborne because he was just trying to get pressed. If you don't know who is smell merchant is is mel is a very strange and wonderful character who made a bunch of films including Howards end with his partner James Ivory, and you know I, wanted to ask you about your complicated relationship with them because a lot of collaborators have had very complicated relationships with them. Yeah. So. It's merchant and James. Ivory were a deal. Actually I introduced them to each other when we were all very young is mild. We'll still at nyu doing business and Jim was a young young filmmaker who had come from the West Coast to New York and I knew him I and I knew his smile first, and then we all started talking about is my was very ambitious. He had great dreams. He wanted to do films and he wanted to do. He wanted to do everything and his. He wanted to be the king of entertainment in America, and of course, he would drag in anyone who was at all involved in the arts into it, and of course, I certainly got pulled very much into it and he had a way. Could he had a salesman S- talent. He could sell his little finger to you. He could sell his grandmother to you. He had that. Enormous ability. So he would pursue a, he was such a guarantee. He would persuade people like you would suddenly come to you and say I'm making a film India in India and I can't do it without you and you must come. Oh, you must come to. India with me and we are going next month. So you would rent your house, you would say, okay, we are going and. So, when the month was the timeless game you he wasn't ready to go and you say, Oh, what should I do with my house? Oh. We go. We go going buddy six months with boss and your house would be rented and you wouldn't have a house, but he had a way of not somehow doing it and getting away with it each time. So when he did another families, you should rent and ceases album called autobiography Princess, and he said I'm going to have that only two characters in this film is going to be you and Laurence Olivier. I said Oh my God. God, this is going to be so wonderful, Laurence Olivier to my God, and then the next day, it wasn't lodden silhouette with. John. Delude is going to be John Gated as an okay. That's very good. So this would go on and on and he gave me the script, but I wouldn't learn the lines because it's not going to happen. It's never going to happen and one day he said is JEN's Mason and we're doing it next week. And I didn't know my lines I. Didn't know anything and I was suddenly in England, we Jayme having dinner with James Mason. He knew his lines, I didn't know mine and. He was really sad but I had read up on him and obviously he was absolutely wonderful. So it's just the basically the two of us in this autobiography inference and it's quite wonderful. Okay. So now you meet the New York Times and you mean Jerry, Jones Legendary Judah Jones. Tell me about your relationship with Judith. What it was like to work with her as an editor and as a friend. What happened indirectly that? I had met that article by Craig clayborn came out in the new towns. Like a whole page and I was approached by freelance editor who said, we'd love to book I didn't know about editors freelance or not. So I said fine, I started writing a book. and. Then of course, he fell apart because he was not any real thing and the book was bought by one publisher, then they dropped it and. I asked my friend writer. Call. Meta. What I should do, he said I have a friend Andre Schifrin and he's an editor of Pantheon books. Let me ask him what you should do. So he said give it to Jones and he took the book and overnight gave it to judy. Jones who as you all know is was a fabulous fabulous editor who did not Julia Child, but a whole lot of other people and she bolted overnight didn't pay me much if you know, we don't need to bait. With this big house. So? I. Got a little money as an advanced. But I was bought by CNO and dude, it was a wonderful editor. I mean, I had already written most of the book, but she honed it and she had very good ideas like Putin, menus because people don't know what Indian food is, how, what would you eat with Wat- give people ideas about how you should eat and she became a lifelong friend also after that and I was lucky I was very lucky to have one of the best editors in America to do my first book. I heard the book. Took you five years, which made me feel better because I. was that like after that process to me because you've written? So many books, mother has seven James, beard awards under her ballots. When Judas asked me do sort of the book was fairly done and I said, how long would you take to finish the book and I said? Six months. I. Don't know. It just won't take long. Did me five years? I had never written a book fully before. I'm perfectionist everything has to be absolutely right before handed it in. Every has to be dotted, detest to be clean. A teen coffee. I will not end in an unclean copy. So I give the book as finished to my editor. So I kept working on it. I wrote an introduction. Long introduction I wrote. It'll introductions for all the recipes and took me five years before handed, and then after a couple of more books, you did the BBC series. Nine, hundred, eighty, two, I by the way. My mother has a copy of that original nineteen seventy-three were looking very glad. It's a blue. Sorry, very glamorous kind of lounging with all these they always. Lounge. Typical Gabriel, exotic fantasy. Feminine Eastern Food Whatever. So what does it? What does it now when you see all of these young Indian women coming up. That's young anymore. But you know all these people who are now following in your footsteps. What's that like him I love all of these young people like Ria. Are My loves because they are taking over their young death smart. They're more militant than I ever was. I never said I'm Brown please look at me. They are saying that I'm letting them do that so that all these young people here, America and you know Media Soda. In, London writes for The Guardian now, she's another one in London. So I is he's me she. She will carry on in the best way. Possible. So there are all these wonderful people that I look up to, and they will carry this banner forward. You've also had like a lot of goofy jobs. Goofy, but interesting jobs like. She was a DJ. Dj. I'm not kidding right after college behind. Meteo. All India Radio All. India Radio. So the person who came off to me was a Chinese program was foreign service. We were doing it for the Foreign Service, and so I learned how to say this is only near Radio daily in Chinese because it was always thing just off to me. That's the only Chinese I speak. I keep also waiting for Indian food to have its moment. In spite of all of us writing about it, you know like Thai food has or Vietnamese food has. Why do you think that it hasn't yet? Do you think that and do you think it's on the Horizon Sometime Soon? It hasn't happened I I've been saying from the game and people have been saying to me. The Indian will have its day. It hasn't happened nine theory. That America has relationships. With. Foods. Where they've had a war. They haven't had a war with India. And God? Thank. God. But therefore, there's no historical connection in any way, there's no deep blood connection in any way. So Indian food has not somehow come into the heart of. Americans the way. Vietnamese food or. Korean. Food has. Come. into. American society and very basic wait. Indian food is never done that. But this next generation is doing it kind of..

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"jaffrey" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"Well. Thanks for listening to the podcast with Madura joffrey. She's a remarkable person and she's lived an extraordinary life so Hopefully you have followed her career. And if you haven't go by cookbooks and go study up. She has again earned everyone over opinions. I wanted to get to a ask Dave at major DOMO MEDIA DOT COM question. You can continue to email them at ask Dave at Major Domo media DOT DOT COM or send us a five star review on I tunes podcast page and give us stars Senator Question and Blanchard on air this week. We wanted to get to a question by Brian. Liberman I just finished your podcast with Sean. Brock and I was struck by Shawn's comment comment about not wanting to have it son go into the restaurant business. I found this fascinating. Because it reflects the feelings of many immigrant families than spoken with and that I have seen in media including several of your own podcast and productions it has always struck me as conflicting because we hold hard work in such high regard guard. But we'll go to great lengths to make sure our children do not need to work as hard as we do ourselves. I'm interested to know if you as a new father has a similar feelings. Brian of course I do and I sent it is thanksgiving. I am incredibly thankful for my father and all of my Relatives Lives that have emigrated to America and come to this country and carved out a new beginning for my family and relatives You know it's the the only immigrant story than I can tell. And I don't have any Chang relatives that's a doctor or scientist or academic and there are a lot a lot of them but I feel that most of the people I know they came and they from a crane perspective laundromats or they worked at us. Seven seven eleven or a Bodega or something like that and they worked so hard so their kids would never have to do what they did. And my father worked in the restaurant business for almost thirty years working as a dishwasher and then eventually getting out and weirdly got in the Gulf business of all things. But I don't have a single memory of my dad really Outside of like him on the golf course. 'cause I never saw him at all. Zero outside of maybe occasional like like moments but I don't remember day-to-day moments Really spending time mostly with my grandparents simply because he was always working and cooking is a hard job. It office is a liberal love. In when I told my dad I was getting the cookie. Did everything in his power to make sure that I wasn't going to do it and I didn't understand it but I do now. It's an incredibly hard job. Is it the best job in the world. Yes more often than not it can also be one of the dumbest jobs in the world and I wrestle with that not all the time. It's fifty one percent versus forty nine percent. I hate it and I don't know if I would want my son to get into cooking the the choices up to him. I'm not going to prevent him from doing anything but I want to lay it out there pretty clearly that it's a job I love. Its job I try A to continue to educate but I wanted to go in with full is should he choose to do so. Because it's not glamorous I don't think any businesses but particularly the culinary business isn't glamorous in any business that's hard physical labor. It's warped our parents particularly again when I say our parents. I'm talking about immigrant different culture. I'm not speaking for all immigrants. I'm really speaking for my parents. Broke my dad's heart when I would come home with Burns all over my arms and and I would not see anyone for a long time because I was just working kitchens and she kept on saying when. When's this going to end? When are you going to stop doing this? And and do something different. Do something serious and it really made me angry when he said that and I think it really hurt our relationship because I just thought it was being disrespectful to what I wanted to perceive as a career in something I loved and now as a father I can see things differently that I didn't at the time when my dad was really trying not not to get me to cook because I think he saw how hard it was and I understand that we want people to work hard and particularly the culture that I grew up even but you have this idea that your kids or your child. At least my son will have different opportunities and It's funny how things are so cyclical and and I would not surprise me at all. If you go decide in walk in the culinary world but I wanNA make sure that she knows all things that I didn't know and that's the best I can do and I think it's conflicted. I don't know if I have been very articulate in this because it's very confusing for me as well why I would love something and hate it simultaneously but I will tell you that this business of cooking is fucking hard man. It is hard. I'm not even at home right now. I'm in Las Vegas because we're or opening up a new restaurant and if I wasn't opening a new restaurant it'd be working restaurant in for years upon years. I never made it home for Thanksgiving. I probably made it home for Thanksgiving giving four times in like twenty years and it's often holiday that I missed Christmas. Well you hear these things before you start to cook and and I think that it's about options and when my father came to this country she had no options and that's why he worked in the restaurant business which I think it confounded in completely confused as to why I would want to do it and I think he understands now but I totally understand what I talked to Sean Brock or I talked to other shafts. It's not every Sheffield's Assembly. Many chefs are like I'd love it. If my my offspring my child would get into the profession follow them but I seems to me more often than not more more people that are chefs in. This industry are not always excited to have their kid in this. But it's not everyone. A lot of people are excited but for me. Personally I there's other ways to express yourself and there's other ways to be created but if he chooses to be in the colony world I feel like I will have something to help them. I'll have a lot of good advice as for Young Hugo but It's interesting right and I think about a lot more than ever. Obviously having a child about the choices you make in in how you hope that your children to make a better choice than you and I have a lot of thoughts to talk about. But I'm not sure I'm articulating them. Very clearly obviously. I have conflicted feelings about this but that being said I will shut up and have you is is hopefully joy and wonderful Thanksgiving with your friends and your family take easy April..

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"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"You're all too young for this but jews of pap used to run the public theater and i was sent to him this go talk to joseph pap because i'd gone with a lot of honors in whatever and acting and he said we'll try and teach you in and he take me in so they people didn't think in terms of anyone of any color doing shakespeare doing any kind of decent unrolls is changing now. It's changing barely barely back. I see people working. I see young men working. I see young women working who of indian pakistani background and it gives me a lot of joy to see that i once went. This is probably now a decade ago but i i once went to see casting person at e._r. You remember that show e._r. And he's and i said you know if you look at any american hospitals like looking at it indian phone books so surely surely there must be a part for me somewhere here. Any was like well. I think if we you know we we do well. I the blacks i think we're doing. We think we're doing just fine and i didn't. I don't think he ever wanted to say something rude but i so i don't even think he realized but i didn't know what the hell to say to him. I was so shocked like just my mouth hung open yeah. I can't imagine how much worse it was yeah. I did eventually did get to play doctors. Psychologists therapists have played a terrorist to meryl streep which is great so those then i got into the doctor mold and that was that was good okay before we leave. I cannot let you go without saying. She's got an instant pot books so by it. It's out soon if not already but the rap video you can you tell us about the rabbit has anyone who's seen this rap video. Everybody get their phones out right now. No i'm serious. I know you have them and get your phones out. Google mother jaffrey rap video. There's a new york times piece by that came out just very recently so as you leave. Were you on your next break. Tee it up because they don't want to take more than our time and watch this thing on a three minute video but i think you should always rock this silver long wig khayal of cleopatra. She's like full-on cleopatra gangster eyeliner on a anyway on behalf of all brown women everywhere but just all women mother. I wanna tell you how much you've meant to me personally. Thank you and just growing up and knowing you all these years and being inspired by you and giving me this even a reinforcement of the idea that i could pursue something though yeah of what you've done so honored to be here today so my thanks. That's it for today. Show thank you to the russo sisters pa padma and the one and only mother joffrey thank you to everyone who attended volunteered and spoke at jubilee twenty nineteen..

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"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"To india you you do sort of try to congregate and when you do it becomes a pan indian diet and then you think we'll might as well throw in some american dishes. She's that way because we're used to doing it. Also was the generation of women that worked completely full time you know i mean. I think you learn to cook after you left india right because in india your mother i'm sure had servants yeah yeah. What do you think is the one thing thing that most westerners don't understand about indian food. Is there one thing i mean. I'm sure there's many things i i think they just don't understand indian food. It's it's so regional. It's like going to europe and then have spanish food and you have french food and ula talion food to somehow put all that under one umbrella. The only thing that we all all have in common is that there there are spices and these are arranged in different ways sometimes roasted. Sometimes they're not roasted. Different oils are used in different states. You prefer different oils that different fruit in different states. Some states have coconut. Some states states like where i grew up. I didn't grow with coconut or coconut milk or anything like that because we were not a coastal state we win right in the center. I think that understanding all that is perhaps too much to grasp in one <hes> fell swoop. I don't know what the reason is but i think more and more people are traveling. I was just speaking yesterday at the at an event where the guy who owns russ and daughters was also speaking and he just been into india and he just had this experience of what india really is and he was dumbfounded by what he had seen so. I think people have to to travel to india to see what it really is and as people travel but people are doing more and more they will begin to understand it. Meanwhile something like previous book indian ish i think becomes very important because she is writing for people of her generation who've being brought up in a certain way and they eat certain things and it's a mixture of east and west and i think that will probably get john on before. The old real thing ever comes traditional region yeah yeah yeah so in the very short time. We only have a couple minutes left. What is it like now for you to see sakina act house of cards right. I was gonna tell you are so that first question. Sakina made me ask you which one the one about what it was like in the family when she planted that her daughter sakina is an actress who who has been in many things. What's it like timeless last thing he was in his timeless for those of you followed it. It makes me very happy that it's so much easier for it was so hard i was when i came there. Were no pot guests. No box. I could be a middle eastern dancing with a gammo they will they will cost like that and then i played a lot of terrorists mothers and they would just it's nothing nothing i remember going at that..

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"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Bomb and we i only have i wanted to ask you when did you. I know that through the movie is small sort of introduce you to the new york times to quit claiborne born because he was just trying to get press if you if you don't know who is smell merchant is is mel is a very strange and wonderful character who made a bunch of films uh-huh including howards end with his partner james ivory and you know i wanted to ask you about your complicated relationship with him because a lot of collaborators have had very complicated relationships ships them yeah so small merchant and james ivory were do you actually i introduced them to each other when we were all very young long is mild was still at n._y._u. Doing business and jim was a young young filmmaker who had come from the west coast to new york and i knew him first us and i knew his smile first and then we all started talking about is my was very ambitious. He had dreams. He wanted to do films and he wanted dukes theater. He wanted to do everything and is he wanted to be. The king of entertainment in america and of course he would dragon again anyone who was at all involved in the arts into it and of course i certainly got pulled very much into it and he yeah to wear he could. He had a salesman s- talent he could sell his little finger to you. He could sell his grandmother to you. He had that enormous ability okay so he would persuade. He was such a character he would persuade. People like you would suddenly come to you and say i'm making a film india in india and i can't do it without you and you must come. Oh you must come to india with me and we are going next month so you would rent your house. You would say hey we're going and when the month was the dynamos game you. He wasn't ready to go and you said oh. What should i do with miles miles. Oh never mind go wego going buddy six months with boss and your house would be rented and you wouldn't have a house but he had a way of of not somehow doing it and getting away with each time so when he did another film we should rent and ceases film called autobiography raffi of a princess and he said i'm going to have that. Only two characters in this film is going to be you and i said oh my gosh gala. This is going to be so wonderful laurence olivier my god and then the next day it wasn't loudon lead. John goud is going to be john gigabytes good. I said okay that's very good so this would go on and on and he gave me the script but i wouldn't learn the lines because there's not going to happen. It's never going to to happen and one day he said is james. Mason and we're doing it next week and i didn't know my lines. I didn't know anything and it was suddenly in england regime having dinner with james mason. He knew his lines. I didn't know mine and he was really sad but i had and read up on him and obviously he was absolutely wonderful..

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"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"House and that's when i started writing letters to my mother and saying please teach me how to cook teach me article cauliflower potatoes. It does teach me how to cook meat withhold spices. Teach me how to go off. Did we undergo garage to make tea. I didn't know anything so she he started writing me. Little enters and era gram grams exactly folded three s._a._b. Blue paper exactly a baby blue paper but she only gave you ingredients right. She gets said they were black. Three lines and in hindi take a little bit of this little bit of that blue and brown is a little and then put some morton medical good. If you had to boil it down that's eight. That's that's for anything india yeah. The one thing i write about in my memoir and is something that i didn't discover cover till i was writing them which is around two thousand and six six came out. I sling my best. Ask james lipton right. It was then when i was writing it that i began to realize that ah the senses of important we are not all born with all good senses developed senses. Some people like my husband very good ear. What does it mean it means you here where do retain it and you remember and you can compare and contrast and do all these things in your head because you're hearing it so well so obviously i was born with a good. I was also born with a palate and i didn't know thanks so everything had eaten. I remember the taste it had gone up to my head and was like files in the brain and i recall and even to this day when i shop and i look at green beans they look good. I say shall i make them with mustard mustard seeds and this and this and i tasted in my mouth and i said nah i don't think i feel like that today and i try another says of ingredients and my taste that and i said not no not at all i think i'll do it with ginger and garlic and then i am tasting it in a lot of people have good palettes and they can taste but it is one of the senses that is crucial to mandarin and retaining and recalling and being able to recreate it and then just ten years after that you won the silver bear for shakespeare wallah so i have a specific question about that you know we talked about you being the only one and i just wanna know often in my own career. I have felt like the odd duck just because i didn't see people people around me who had similar backgrounds stories. We're looked like me not that you need that to be with somebody or inspired by somebody but i just want to know that happened to me me recently like ten years ago. Even what was that like in one thousand nine hundred sixty five pages described being in berlin and i saw also so i saw beautiful fabulous glamorous picture of you with edie sedgewick the new york film festival which was divine but what was that like in berlin. It's been surreal unexpected. Nobody expected me to win lisa vol me and if anybody was going to to win it was going to be felicity. Kendal who's a british actress who had the lead bought in in the film and everyone. I was disappointed that i won except me. I disappointed. I'm glad i had to kind of hide it because everyone was angry at me that i had one and i don't remember james library coming up to me and saying you we're going to talk to felicity say something to her. Apologize okay okay but i just felt so alone and out of it because i hadn't planned this. I just done my role and got out but just i don't know it was an awkward could diamond. I've had many sexual times when i'm sort of an unexpected un- under bed winner of something and it's happen quite by accident by johns and i don't know what to do is i'm sort of left. Apologizing mother no need to apologize for anything. Let's take a quick break. We'll get right back to this awesome conversation. If you're serious foodie unique to know about traeger wood-fired grills.

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"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Culinary the identity we sought guidance in the books of women who we felt mirrored this kind of elevated home cooking silver palette barefoot contessa and martha stewart to name a few yet these were all external references and not necessarily relatable to caribbean lifestyle alongside these classics always sat the works of matter jeffrey it is our honor and privilege to introduce two incredible women most certainly understand the contradictory experience of growing up in an ethnic diverse country tree that was once under british colonial rule or the expectation is at one must be simultaneously british but not too much speak proper english to extend your as isn't prone to your t.'s yet retain your knowledge love and respect for your own culture to women who like us left that culture and made new homes in a new place ace two women who despite not coming from traditional culinary backgrounds are respected epicurious nares and leaders in the world of strana me to women who each in her own when we has managed to carve out to space the world of culinary storytelling that is uniquely her own our immediate thought when we first saw padma lakshmi was on on screen that is of course on top chef is who is that i mean graceful elegant. She reminded of the women. We were surrounded by growing up. She presented santos with a new visage in the world food tv. This was no sweaty cursing white alpha male in a chef jacket. She was poised chic stylish and she looked like the woman that we knew. How can we begin to explain the impact that matter jaffrey's prolific body of work has had on us many times in our career. Even as we set out to write our first cookbook we thought to ourselves if only we could be the matter jeffrey of carribean food. We were never interested in being known as the best restaurant tres or chefs. What is wisdom keepers storytellers guardians of our culture matter a woman who was educated cultured dignified and refined but accessible was as a model. We wanted to emulate all great storytelling has the capacity to trigger ostojic memory in the re enlist now padma describing her favorite pop re-checked crunchy fried similarly addressed with the holy trinity of cool tart yoga rights landreau into chutney and tangy tamarind date johnny reminds us of our favorite streetside read side trinidadians snacks polera balls akra and say he know basically different forms of fritos made with bees salted cod and kelly lou dressed gloriously with an array korea typical chinese sources tamarind shadow benny curried mango and hot pepper hope and matters description of her young sales climbing and foraging mango trees with her eldest siblings and dipping the spoils of their lebron a mixture of salt pepper chili and cumin the adults of course afternoon maps triggers memories of our own lisi childhood some of these which also included the requisite tree climbing and perpetual search for the perfect not quite ripe mango to make mango pickle made with green are turned mongoose cut into thin slivers and marinated with salt pepper vinegar on hot spices which we devote out of a big bowl barefoot unhappy in the backyard. Food has the power to unite us through a web of shared remembrances experiences and flavors by sharing our food stories. We share coach..

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Epstein investigation expands into private island

Tommy Tucker, WWL First News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Epstein investigation expands into private island

"New details are emerging in the wake of financier Jaffrey abstain committing suicide in jail see Beyonce's small low lying he has the latest on the investigation Picture Show F. B. I. agents raiding Jeffrey Epstein's private island in the Caribbean two days after the convicted pedophile I'll die by apparent suicide we will get to the bottom of what happened and there will be accountability on Monday Attorney General William Barr criticized the New York detention center with the disgraced financier was held I was appalled and frankly angry to learn of the M. C. C.'s failure to adequately secure this

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"jaffrey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The box which was labeled as containing LEGO toys at a consignment shop in Charleston, South Carolina and brought it back to statesboro where they gave it to a young child. Thirty say the child open the box and discovered a large bag of methamphetamine, which police estimated to be about forty thousand dollars worth of the drug. Investigators think the box have been auctioned off by the post office, which is how it ended up at the consignment shop in the first place. This isn't the only time recently that drugs have been disguised in kids gear. Police in Ohio see some similarly disguised drugs in February. When to lunch Ables boxes spotted Innovia innovative during a traffic stop turned out to be concealing more than four pounds of cocaine. Holy cow. This is the thing that happens is if we didn't have to be vigilant enough as parents in deal, and of course, my kid's right into that. Right. That Legos zone right now, we don't normally by the used ones. Even though the ones are ridiculously expensive reason why he's probably watch magin. Hey, you kids open this box desk in a run down to the convenience store. Just grab some milk and bread and stuff. You're right back. Yes. Well, then daddy what this is Astros consequences figures. And in a story that was practically made for us to discuss. Gordon? Big news in the fast food world today. And order of nude nuggets is frazzled Facebook Cording, the Fox News last Friday a Facebook user Dame Samir Jeffrey shared a photo of what appeared to be McDonald's mcnuggets separated from their crunchy. Outer shell Joffrey than asked his followers if they to like to peel their mcnuggets. In the following day's post caught fire now with over twenty five hundred reactions most of the angry face variety and twenty thousand shares and the comments well, many of the over five thousand comments have not been kind to Mr. Jaffrey OMG. What is this was a typical response for many? This is going to give me nightmares. Commenter claimed. Others shared their outright disgust with both vomiting gifts and emojis while several threatened to call the police on Jaffrey also co co both a sicko and a psychopath to be fair. Some didn't brace the idea with one woman claiming she used to do the same thing when she was younger and some giving Jeffrey props for the wide range of sauces. He had at his disposal. Four different sauces in the picture. Okay. In front of the new nuggets. BB shells, just kinda screwing around around them. Okay. Now, if he feels that this is the best way to sample the sauces. Yeah. Okay. Cleaner pallet by taking reading the taste of this. Or whatever they use in that. I wanna see that once though, right? I don't want to hear about that. Again. I can see how people would saying we'll give them nightmares because people really don't want to know what's underneath the breading of mcnugget. I don't see what the mcnugget looks like bear. Like, that's why they're the size. They are. Yes. So you don't bite them at half. An examining pop the whole thing way of maybe one bite, even if you have to well, you know, if you go one bite. The good thing is you can re dip it in the sauce. Right. Send just overdose on sauce. That's that's about the only benefits even thought. Thank you. Mike thirteen minutes now in front.

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"jaffrey" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on WEEI

"In radio will be there in Nashville covering the draft. I'll be on the air from seven central to twelve am midnight central. So how is that an eastern well eight to one a m eastern time next week for the draft. So a lot to get into over the next week breaking down the draft with big news today out of Arizona. Josh Rosen future at still up in the air. He met with the media for the first time since he was drafted and fact s I actually had a sit down interview with him. And we'll play you some of the audio from that coming up later in the show is tonight's big lead. But here's what we know about Rosen. His rookie year was tough not for him personally. But from the team stamp. They won three games. All right. There's a reason why they have the number one pick in the draft. Here's what you need to know, though, about jaffrey's that we don't know enough about jazz resident we don't need to worry about Rosen. All right. We don't know what he is you because you can't judge him off of what we just saw in one season. But the cardinals are dealing with this question. Do we take Josh Rosen and make them our guide for another year or Kyla berry sitting right there? He's our franchise quarterback. We believe we could go around. Does that mean Feroza is he going to be the cardinals quarterback one week from tonight data something we will continue to explore tonight? Bigly too. A lot going on with Rosen. Will he or won't even be the starting quarterback in week one for the cardinals lots to do tonight giving here the power out? Candidate..

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"jaffrey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now with congressman Akeem jaffrey's he is the fourth ranking democrat in the house leadership and joins us this morning from New York City. Congressman welcome to face the nation out. No one has seen the details of this report yet. What is it that you were actually looking to get and hear from the attorney general today? What can we expect? Well, the American people deserve to know the truth, the whole truth and nothing, but the truth. This is a serious national security investigation seventeen different intelligence agencies concluded that Russia interfered with our election attacked our democracy in order to try and offficially place. Donald Trump at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue, that's a very serious thing. Which is why as House Democrats, we are saying that the department of Justice should release the entire report as well. As the underlying documentation. We don't wanna see simply crib notes. We don't wanna see an outline. We don't wanna see an executive summary. We need to see everything. So that the American people can draw conclusions on their own reductions declassifications we and this is confidential information you have to go to court. This is gonna take some time. Well, we certainly understand that to the extent there are sources and methods that need to be protected. Those type of reductions are appropriate, but beyond that, we think that in the interest of full disclosure and complete transparency the American people paid for this report they deserve to get an understanding of the conclusions. That were drawn four hundred twenty members of congress voted for public skulls, zero members of congress in the house voted against it. The American people overwhelmingly have said more than eighty percent, Democrats Republicans and independents that the report should be disclosed. That's what we expect. Should we expect the attorney general and the special counsel to face questioning in front of your committee in front of the television cameras? Well, I think that's certainly is a possibility. But let's take the first step in terms of the full disclosure of the report and the underlying documentation, the American people deserve to know. Whether Donald Trump is either a legitimate, president be a Russian asset see the functional equivalent of an organized crime, boss or D. Just a useful idiot who happens to have been victimized by the greatest collection of coincidences in the history of the Republicans sounds like you've come to your own conclusions. That's a question. I haven't drawn a conclusion what I'm saying. Is that this? Chairman of the judiciary committee, Jerry Nadler said it is very clear, the president obstructed Justice. He said that before the report even came out or was concluded. Republicans are going to look at this. And just say you are making a case for impeachment, regardless of what is presented to you. By the attorney general we've been very clear. Democrats didn't run on impeachment. We didn't win the house of representatives back on impeachment. We are not focused on impeachment. Actually, we're focused on executing are for the people agenda. We wanna lower healthcare costs for everyday Americans. That's what we promised. That's what we're working on. We want to enact the real infrastructure plan. We have a trillion dollar plan. It would invest and create at least sixteen million good paying jobs, we wanna fix crumbling bridges roads and tunnels and airports in mass transportation system, and we also want to bring democracy the life. That's why we passed HR one. That is our focus Margaret that will continue to be our focus moving forward. Are you actually predicting that legislation is going to get through in the next two years? And not just be eaten up by all the political arguments around this report and the investigations that are ongoing in the house. I certainly believe that that is possible. We are going to try to do everything we can try and find common ground within a lead. By example, actually gets done. Well, one we're gonna work to try to drive down the high cost of lifesaving prescription drugs. We believe that the federal government should have the power perhaps do Medicare to use its bulk price purchasing ability to negotiate lower drug prices on behalf of the American people. Have you been work with the president on doing that though? When some members of your caucus have already been calling for his impeachment going back to two years prior. Well, Nancy Pelosi has been very clear about impeachment, and I share our view. And so do the overwhelming majority of the House Democratic caucus. We are not going to proceed a left. The case is compelling. The evidence is overwhelming and most importantly public sentiment around impeachment is bipartisan, so we are going to keep our focus on things like lifesaving prescription drugs and reducing its high price. And we believe the president has come to congress spoke to the nation during the state of the union address and said he agrees we should try to work together to get that done. He's also indicated that he agrees with Democrats that we should try to fix our crumbling infrastructure. And we're going to try to get that accomplished as well. All right congressmen. We will watch and see what happens on all those predictions. Interesting to hear some optimism. There. We will be right back. Oh, hi there. Al dukes here from the boomer and geo show, beware. The eye of March. No idea what that means. What I do know is there's a lot of college hoops this month, and they normally spread that around a ton of different channels. And you may be thinking do I even get that channel? Well, if you have all tees one, you get that channel two hundred twenty of them to be exact and really super fast wifi, which is also important this month. What is all tees one? It's the ultimate all in one connected entertainment experience from optimum, and it's one piece of equipment..

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Activision, Piper Jaffrey And Santa Monica discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Activision, Piper Jaffrey And Santa Monica discussed on KNX Programming

"Shares of activision blizzard plunged twelve percent. But one company watcher, thanks, call of duty black ops. Four should be a gift that keeps on giving for the Santa Monica. Video game maker in the months ahead. The analyst at piper Jaffrey says despite last quarter's disappointing overall results activision biggest franchises

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Snapchat and Instagram favored by teens, Facebook and Twitter not so much

24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Snapchat and Instagram favored by teens, Facebook and Twitter not so much

"They're not so keen on Facebook or Twitter. The latest semiannual survey of teens by piper Jaffrey finds that forty six percent of teens list Snapchat, has their favorite social media platform while thirty two percent say it's Instagram Twitter and Facebook are listed as favorites by just six and five percents of teens respectively. Eight and a half of ten teams reported that they use Snapchat or Instagram at least once a month for

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Piper Jaffrey, Activision and Santa Monica discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Piper Jaffrey, Activision and Santa Monica discussed on KNX Programming

"Your money activision blizzard is launched its new call of duty game black ops for an analysts think this version could be the fortnight killer. The Santa Monica companies been looking for it's attracting lots of viewers on Twitter in an industry analyst at piper Jaffrey says the latest version of call of duty is loudly staking its claim as the

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"jaffrey" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on The Food Chain

"And as happened i was soon going on my way to india so i said i will stop and i expected them to have me do a rail addition with food but no they took me to a radio studio in broadcasting house i went to the bowels of the radio studios there and on an mp counter they should just pretend to be cooking i said pretend with no food just imagine it and do it so then the actress jumped in here and said i'll find a way out i started i pretended i was going from one end of the counter to another i should i we have two rows some cumin sees because making a writer with cucumber biting because we need that flavor of the roasted cumin seeds in it so non starting the cumin seeds in this little pan moon this willing very good really spending good and that's where you know they're ready and so i went from one end of the counter to the other pretending my way all the way through there was food and i produced an imaginary writer with yogurt and there was i was hired did you tell them it tasted very good i did really good what's the final unforgettable dish it like to tell us about i remember was working on one of my books cookery book called carrie nation in which my job was to really go around the united kingdom and sample different foods and write about the state of indian food in the country and i had absolutely wonderful experiences i remember being in scotland and they said there's something that is served here called chips with curry sauce i said i want to find out what that is and i went into one of these pieces they're called glasgow and needless to say there was a turkish manager and turkish manager got me what i wanted so i said how do you make the curry source he said if you come back into my office i can tell you why should i can you make it for me i'd like to see how you make it he says show and i went back and there was a big din there from the she took out a huge scoop it put it in a bucket that was on the floor and then he added boiling water from one of those teakettles and he put it in like a worrying hand blender kind thing and then burger he did that and he should this is it this is how we make it and i looked at the dinner i said look at the tenancy what it is all i know it was said yellow curry powder made in china how did it taste it tasted like it sounded it tasted okay i wouldn't run after looking for it in any way but it is should fine it is it fine within the last ten years i did that and of course i've done a couple more book since that time but then i went back to new york of course that's what i go back we have a house in the country and i grow my own vegetables i grow a lot of berries and fruit and it's just wonderful that's how i spend a lot of my time when i'm not writing i'm always writing something or the working on some project but also my garden is now very important to me i think as you get older the earth beckons in some way so i spend a lot of growing everything i grew peas and onions and potatoes and garlic everything anything all kinds of herbs that for me sometimes a hard hard to find somethings like summer savory and jovial are hard to find in america so i grew a lot of the things that i can't get very easily when you cook mother what do you listen to do you have music on in the background do you have the television on no i don't i cook in silence i love doing that because i'm listening to the music of the food mutter jaffrey bringing us to the end of this week's the food chain and now with love to hear your thoughts did matters burks teach you how to cook find us on social media using the hashtag bbc food chain you can also find the recipe for potatoes with asif petita from me emily thomas and editor simon g let thanks for listening and join us again for the feet chain next week

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"jaffrey" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on The Food Chain

"When i was in my early twenties i wanted nothing more than to be an actress that was my dream and still is part of me and i got a scholarship to the role academy of traumatic adrada and i came here when i was about twenty years old and i would go to rod and that's when i began hungering for indian food clown upstairs to the cafeteria which would have a role with cheese and it was very nice but then it would have roast beef which was sort of cook through and bailey gray in color and then there would be cabbage and potatoes that had been cooked for a long time and i thought oh my god where's my indian food and so it's about that time that i began looking for indian restaurants are nothing that satisfied me this was the late fifties there was nothing to be had that was at all like what i had home there were two or three indian restaurants and they won't very good so i found myself hungering for this potatoes with cumin and asif and i wrote to my mother saying i don't know how to cook please teach me how to cook so i asked for three recipes and this was one of them so your passion for cooking that didn't come until lights weren't you didn't grow up as a child at your mother's need begging to find out how to make different dishes not at all i think what i always love was good food which was my mother presented that to us i did not make it didn't need to but when i came to london i needed to and the good thing was that i could remember the taste this is where food memories come in i probably have a good pal at that's why remember everything that i had as a child my mother's recipes with three lines dig a little bit of that little bit of this but because i could recall the taste by trial and error i worked it so i knew exactly what it should taste like and then therefore how long to cook what spice and how to do it we should to mail together a meal it's an indian restaurant i can remember what i oded i can't really remember the actual tastes those tastes still very vivid in your mind yeah that's the thing that happens if you have a good pallet so when i go to a grocer to buy let's say i'm trying to decide what i want to eat so i look at the beans and i say love good i should i cook them with mustard seeds and lemon juice and and i tasted in my mouth and i said no i don't think i want that flavor today i think i'll try with charlotte some vision that and then i can taste that flavor in my mouth so you're comparing the tastes in deciding what you're going to cook based on what you remember.

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"jaffrey" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Very sweet tooth now i don't i started out with kind of love sweet things you saw all the grownups around you eating hot and spicy things and licking their lips and wanting more but my mouth couldn't take it at that time but by the time i was three or four i sold them graduated and could eat very hot and spicy things and one of the first things we ate i remember children because i grew up in an awkward the house that my grandfather had was in an orchard and it had a lot of fruit trees and among the trees mango trees and we like the mangoes when they were right but when they were green and sour that's when really loved them so we all climb up the mango tree and the older children would have a knife and they would cut the mangoes and peel them and cut them and pass it on to us and we would be carrying the spices just sold and pepper and roasted cumin and chilies in a hand and dip the cut slices in that spice mixture eat it and lica lips like the older folk were doing and it was really a sign of growing up because it's just like when you ago dreams of wearing stockings is a sign of being grown up as a child uganda eat very spicy hot foods because they just don't feel good to the mouth but you can't wait to the day comes when you can eat them so it was like an initiation rite almost climbing the mango trees and eating the some angles with the spice mix was just the most perfect thing that could happen to us a little it sounds like the most idyllic childhood in an auction of climbing the trees to eat mangoes it was a very happy childhood because we will six brothers and sisters ourselves and they were what thirty forty always there we grew up in body recall a joint family so there were other people are the aunts and uncles and their children and we all did this together all the time we would go swimming in the river we would go across the river to get watermelon i learned to swim with a watermelon i've never tried to slice of watermelon doesn't float absolutely the bigger the better.

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"jaffrey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Yes i sold my asset management company voyager asset management to dane row a month before the royal bank of canada bought dain rauscher prior to that i had a ten year stint in public finance at piper jaffrey and hopwood so to your point i've always been drawn to in flourished in regional financial institution cultures so for me it's all about cultures and it's all about values it's all about being close to clients and it's all about trying to help real people in the real world solve real problems and have a better life as a result of what i've done for them that culture has forgive me for saying this but it has been slowly squeezed out of many financial institutions as they get larger and more bureaucratic and more accountable to public shareholders and other constituents besides their employees and clients and that's what i found not to be the case at baird it's all about culture the way they treat their clients and the way they treat their employees now you've written two bucks have one is called a force for good how enlightened finance can restore faith and capitalism and the more recent one is stewardship lessons learned from the lost culture of wall street and one of the things i think we bonded about early on i remember the reason why we spoke was that i was on a rampage about how the big institutions had betrayed their clients and their customers and that i was i said i don't understand why more of these companies are not coming forward and saying not just that we screwed up but here's what we're going to do because we screwed up as opposed to what they did which was like we're really sorry senate subcommittee we're really sorry.

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WNBA star Layshia Clarendon's sexual harassment claims against former athletic department employee

News, Traffic and Weather

02:21 min | 2 years ago

WNBA star Layshia Clarendon's sexual harassment claims against former athletic department employee

"Freeway while fire crews battled the blaze it took nearly six hours to extinguish a decision on whether the domestic violence case against forty niners linebacker ruben foster will proceed to trial has been delayed now for a week by southway judge kcbs is my colgan says the case suddenly appears to be in trouble it was a shocking morning in court elissa anna's the ex girlfriend of foster who accused of punching her testified that she made it all up to get back at him for breaking up with her she also revealed that she went to jail and twenty eleven after making a similar accusation against the previous boyfriend legal analyst stephen clarke today couldn't have gone better for mr foster what was shown in the courtroom is that the complaining party admitted under oath that she had lied to the police that she has made up prior stories of domestic violence against other boyfriends that she imputed herself that she had committed theft so this was a devastating bit of testimony for the da's domestic violence case clark said based on her testimony it just doesn't seem likely that twelve people would ever convict foster of domestic violence at this point it just doesn't seem practical for the da's office to move forward on domestic violence charges she came off credible as a liar colgan kcbs the judge will rule next wednesday whether the case will proceed uc berkeley as fired a longtime athletic department employees after investigation found he violated the university sexual violence sexual harassment policy with former student athletes when former women's basketball player leyshon clarendon filed a lawsuit of january against mohammed muktar cows former director of student services the university placed muktar twentyfiveyear year employees on paid leave when it launched its investigation in a statement yesterday cal says he was fired last friday adding it pains us to hear about these actions by one of our employees who student athletes turned to as a trusted adviser just ahead on kcbs jaffrey shop in san francisco the city announces a groundbreaking program to reach homeless heroin and opioids at twelve oh wait we have date your ride the shirley friday morning caroline burns connector to northbound six eighty is all clear after a two car accident was blocking a lane.

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Spotify Ends First Quarter as a Public Company With 75 Million Paying Subscribers

Mac OS Ken

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Spotify Ends First Quarter as a Public Company With 75 Million Paying Subscribers

"With the number of iphone sold in quarter but increasingly iphones will become just part of a growing number of devices designed specifically to access apple services and finally gene munster who used to follow apple pie to jaffrey and now just follows the company for kicks said apple's current quarter guidance suggested the iphone business is becoming more stable albeit at a lower growth rates while investors will always have some anxiety regarding the quarterly i phone number the results and guidance suggested we've entered a period of greater visibility in the iphone business he's also hip to the whole services thing saying the services segment will grow between thirteen percent and twenty percent per year over the next five years driven by continued growth and existing services along with new innovative services apple's biggest competitor and music reported earnings yesterday and it didn't go great i mean it wasn't all bad the cording to a piece from nine to five max spotify now has seventy five million things scribner's with a total of one hundred seventy million active users as of march that puts its current growth rate at about two million paying subscribers per month according to the piece funny enough that's about the current growth rate of apple music as well sounds good right yes until you get to the money part piece on spotify numbers from tech crunch says the streamer missed wall street expectations and got punished for it analysts had been expecting revenue of one point four billion dollars spotify brought in revenue of one point three six billion that was enough for some shareholders to jump ship spotify shares lost fifteen dollars and seventy five cents or nine point two six percents.

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Here's Why iPhone Users Didn't Upgrade to the Apple iPhone X

News, Traffic and Weather

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Here's Why iPhone Users Didn't Upgrade to the Apple iPhone X

"Jason brooks is back with a kcbs business and money news update now a wall street analysts think some of his colleagues are being too bearish on apple after the iphone ten failed a hit blockbuster levels the bear to quiet note says apple will continue to enjoy the iphone strong global market share along with the rising popularity of the apple watch in says that early home pod interest look solid the watch series three gave apple a big lead in global wearable device sales in the fourth quarter while the home pod faces a stiff challenge with amazon echo dominating the smart speaker market a piper jaffrey survey of current ifo users asked why they did not grade to the ten with thirty one percent st it's too expensive 44 percent think their current iphone works fine while eight percent said they prefer larger screen apples reportedly working on three new iphones for the fall including one with a larger six point five inch screen apple shares were flat today overall the market moved a little higher but the dow of nine points at twenty four thousand eight hundred eighty four nasdaq gaining forty one points to seventy three seventy two and the sp at seven points to twenty seven twenty eight on the.

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"jaffrey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The remainder of this afternoon but if it's any comfort known as harsh as yesterday less would hinder high will be sixty partly cloudy tonight low thirteen temperatures will slowly rise overnight it should be near twenty near daybreak tomorrow mostly cloudy not is cold a little snow were rounded late in the day in the evening however we'll have a high of thirty five tomorrow break out the volleyball nets wbz news time one thirty eight it's time for bloomberg business a weekend addition of that here on wbz replacement batteries for some older iphones may cut into phone sales mark moskowitz analyst at barclays says around five hundred twenty million users are eligible for the offer about ten percent will take kapil up on it at thirty percent of those will decide not to buy a new phone this year some analysts had already cut their sales outlook even before apple admitted to the battery related problem they cited seemingly lacklustre demand at the end of the holiday shopping season bubble they're still say apple is in a term super cycle we have for an branded array of iphone or nextgen divide who michael olsen is senior research analyst at piper jaffrey plays out and by all there would be three devices and the new iphone for factor the kind of the kind of quote and world the current i've kuantan which would quickly be counted from its current which would enable a wider spectrum of buyers upgrade will learn more when apple reports firstquarter results february first i'm denise pellegrini bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 by the way you can also always listened to wbz radio wherever you go on the i heart radio app.

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"jaffrey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"As mention chase corp rogers corp three abortion since farms were sanderson forms equin next aris the networks harris corp kellogg lending trade west the digital trying to turn the corner aligned tech pioneer natural resources alibaba they report this week i believe chipotle laid a little bounce up three mk yes instruments why why those other threes to a more will get a few of them done nvidia mckesson jones lang lasalle wipo asml holdings as mentioned william lions homes homebuilders' been strong piper jaffrey brought cobb micron tech micron's banks breaks out of a little less flag pattern after announcing his secondary and do it as secretary of veil resorts work day ferrari for our reports the next thing is so what are they do stocks that's moving before annex downside shop a fly that's a ten credit acceptance nine advance energy nine eight a more lexicon pharmaceutical stocks get trashed six divorce sand meena stray or education five or more first solar great reaction to earnings right back down stuff that about subsidies amazon down five i'm very happy about this i'm pretty sure you know what i don't give target so i'm not going to do today i'll just say this it just feels like amazon's gonna eventually go higher i would love the market this with the different saw the gap we'll see biogen down four not acting while three or more lumber liquidators were general on pharmaceuticals the biotech remains weak skiing could mad and shoes breaks down qualcomm chefs in apple it'll be entailed set of qualcomm conflict zinc fidelity national info services vertex pharmaceuticals as mentioned general dynamics emerson electric their room it to be.

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"jaffrey" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jaffrey" Discussed on The MacCast

"At least according to a recent survey by piper jaffrey of about four hundred current iphone owners it may or may not be that big of a success they asked a bunch of people were iphones do you plan to upgrade and it showed that interest in upgrading this year was about the same as it was for the iphone 7 last year so the number showed that sixteen percent of the people that they questioned planned to upgrade definitely that was compared to fifteen percent last year and that 24 percent versus twenty nine percent last year said they would maybe upgrade now the survey still notes that ultimately there could be more demand for the iphone than these numbers indicate uh and i also think that you know many people outside of that little tech world bubble that were in probably don't realize the radical extent of the upgrades and redesigned that the new iphone eight is going to have uh especially considering the fact that a lot of people are still conditions to the whole s cycle right we got the iphone 7 last year so this is supposed to be the s series which is not a big typically a big leap forward so if you're not an apple watcher if you're not a close follower of apple technology you may not be all that interested in upgrading our thinking that you're going to want to upgrade but when apple shows off all of the new features the whole new design i think a lot of that can change.

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