16 Burst results for "James T. Capital"

"james t. capital" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on WTOP

"Marjorie Taylor Greene, or Serious of Contra for Seal comments and post he's made on subjects ranging ranging from Cuban onto school shootings. Speaking on the House floor today, Green says she regrets some of those comments. But she stopped short of apologizing. I never once said during my entire campaign Q and on I never once said any of the things that I am being accused of today. She also says her words of the past do not represent her today. Joining US live CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett Who also hosts the take out podcast. Hello, Major. Hello. Good afternoon. High. So greens remarks from the house floor. Did you hear a person fighting to keep her job? Genuine contrition? How do you see it? No, I heard someone saying, I want to be a martyr. Please fund my campaign and build me up as someone who is victim of either cancel culture or Democratic overreach. I mean, that's exactly a Marjorie Taylor Greene is trying to position herself whether that works or not, That's your strategy. And if her tweets about campaign contributions are to be developed, believe, and we'll find out eventually from Federal Election Commission reports, she raised $300,000 in two days an astonishing amount. Freshman Republican. So this martyr complex that she's trying to create around herself appears to be working on that metric, But the simple truth is She's trying to distance yourself thing. I never said those things as if anything that she posted on the Internet doesn't matter. We'll ask anyone who's ever applied for a job in this era. If that's true, No, it's not. All of your Internet life follows you wherever you go, and it's following her into Congress, and she won't renounce that she apparently did so privately yesterday, the House Republicans but not publicly. And for the Republican Party to not demand that public denunciation of Q and on and related conspiracy theories gives room for that thought Q and on and the conspiracy theories within their party and if the Republicans believe That is a ticket to a profitable and expansive political future. I think they have a rude awakening coming. How tricky of a both, though, is it for the Republicans in the House? Well, this is a full vote that's being forced by House Democrats, and typically, the majority party doesn't get in the business of the minority parties Committee assignments. They just leave that to them. But, yeah, I'll Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants a vote on this to make every Republican say are you with or against? Marjorie Taylor Green because that will be fodder for a very difficult 2022 campaign, where the House Democrats, with their narrow majority want to keep that majority want to keep his many House Republicans on their heels as possible to win back District's They surprisingly lost in the 2020 campaign. And so this is part of a political strategy to force Republicans to be one or the other. Republicans would prefer to avoid that. That's why they're so angry it House Speaker Pelosi for making them casted nature very quickly because the clock has run out, and she apologized for a number of things, including violence, but she a twist. I didn't hear her apologize for supporting the execution of Nancy Pelosi and others. Exactly And until you do that, until you completely wash your hands of everything that is violent and extremist about Q and unrelated conspiracies, you are giving them space to breathe. And on January 6th, the whole nation saw what happens when you give extremist ideas like that air to breathe. We'll see what happens here in the minutes ahead. Thanks. So, thanks so much Major appreciate it. Of course, of course. Major Garrett, CBS chief Washington correspondent. Let's talk about Wall Street numbers. Geoff Clay bought the bell Riley 333 points. The S and P 500 NASDAQ closed at records. Money News in 10 Minutes on w T o P Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red 5 15 good afternoon to rob Wood for a good afternoon to you, Shawn, the tense Frank Maryland women's basketball team. Now in the third quarter of action, they lead Wisconsin by the big score year 61 to 30 as we have a little under three minutes left in the third quarter, the Terps shooting 54% from the floor and just dominating the boards. 29 rebounds to the Badgers 13. Win here for the Terps by the way ties Brenda Freeze with Hall of Famer Cris Weller for the most career coaching wins at Maryland with 499 on the men's side, the Big 10 tournament in March being moved from Chicago to Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium, a move designed to cut down travel for the participating schools amid the pandemic. Upper level. The first round of fan voting for this year's NBA. All Star of Game is in and the Wizards Bradley Beal, leading all Conference Eastern Conference guards with nearly 1.3 million votes. Russell Westbrook Way down the list of nine And local product. Kevin Durant's the leading vote getter overall with 2.3 million votes slightly ahead of LeBron James, the capital, is looking to rebound from their first regular their first regulation lost tonight against the New York Rangers. Seven PM Puck drop in the N Y C and Washington football team legend Doug Williams has a new role with the franchise..

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"james t. capital" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

07:19 min | 8 months ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on Epicenter

"Crowd funding, asset tokens, ation supply chain management, and even gaming applications. I'll tell you a little bit more about that later in the interview but for now, here's our conversation with sandbank men freed. We're here with sandbank men freed Sam. Thanks for joining us today. Yeah thanks for having me. So, we've been wanted to get you on the show for for quite a while. See you are. Quite well known the space and particularly I think a lot of our listeners will know you from more recent times with everything that's happened around Sushi swap. We're GonNa talk about a whole bunch of things today including I'll meet a research FDA ex and the serum project. But before we get started, tells him about about your background and how you became involved in Crypto and specifically how you became. So heavily involved in crypto trading. Yeah. So I guess before any of this I was. I was a each trader. James for capital in New York trading internationally ups drew basically us. Listed Fund set hold foreign stocks. And You know did that for about three years? Is really good place that lot funder and had had a really good time and they're good to me I. Wanted to try starting things on my own want to try you know seeing what would happen and and sort just a lot of pretty tech versus I want to you think doing with life. and. Sort of felt like the only way to really. Truly get them would be to try and so. Left in two, thousand seventeen. Parties began, as you know trying to think about what I could do, that would have the most impact and. At. Thinking you know about How could I? Be To donate as much as I could, and that was the primary. The primary Mary mean sizing about impact and there are a lot of ways that you can have. Certainly one of the clearest ones which is you could think about like. You know working for some charity or you could think about instead of working for you think about well, what if I worked somewhere else donated to it? Surf. Which would they prefer and? You. Know for a lot of these places I think like. Serve not a close call like they definitely would prefer by money than my time. And so anyway, you know left Gene Street and. I tried a few things including Including work working at a charity forbid but also into crypto and. You know sort of pull a coin mark cap looked at bitcoin prices across exchanges and like those aren't the same number. Like, and they're like very much not the same number one. It's like Oh. Yeah. Few basis points off like probably one of these data feeds is lagging like five percent off and so that means either the data's bad or something's weird or there's an arbitrage to. Wasn't totally clear which of those it was going to be but one of those. Anyway. You. Know kind of opened up a colonial and a barracks account said like maybe I can do this. Try doing it nance his no couldn't but sort of things that could be fixed. Like things like you know. Okay like I could have done this except that in have to withdraw elements or or something like that. But I got the sense of like. Well. Probably, there's something here like probably. I can fight through a lot of these things. And end up being able to. To do some pretty good arbitrage is and that's how it started and to we started Alameda research say crypto quantitative trading firm. you know going growing out the team at and religious started diving in and doing everything we could to skill sort of each part of the operation to the point where we be able to kind of. Put together another enough pieces and connectors that we can do some of these traits. How long ago was this approximately? This was basically twenty seventeen. So three years ago at this point. And do you have like any further goals at that time? You envision like creating your own exchange or was that like sort of the you know what? You just mostly voted books trading the time and this stuff came later. It's somewhere in between and really what happened was. I actually prettier. Think about like. Everything from listening structured products to starting in exchange. For a lot of other stuff and SORTA felt like, okay. Clearly, there's a lot of value they're freaking do it, but it's hard and in particular we. Kept running against like two different problems the I was. Just, regulatory stuff and not so much like this is illegal as like is clearly a complicated regulatory topic and boy, do we not have the know-how and the corporate infrastructure to? Be Able to figure out how to structure these things and the second was we'll fucking customers with no way to get them just new idea you. Could belt some products could release them and it's like who people start using them. You know sort of standing there like all right guys. You Know New Exchange Times trade. Built a prototype exchange at one point and he's like, cool. We we have a matching you like what? Now where the customers of course, there are no customers who haven't told anyone about it who do we tell about it? I have no idea and as sort of like the death of our like early thoughts at. Building consumer facing products. And so from this quantitative trading firm, when did you decide that you should build a product or how? When did you decide to build px? Yes. So you know how did we get from there to actually know wait we have a an exchange now and basically the answer is like well, a bunch of things happened over the course of twenty teen particularly lead twenty teen. One of which was just like he became more and more clear that existing derivatives exchange had big problems. And You know you can sort of see this in a bunch of ways but a huge clawbacks and and and just you know generally like. Like sort of like really poorly managed. Risk in margin huge paint us not very many of them but are huge answer like felt more and more like, okay like we should really try and find a way to do this us like what three hundred and fifty million dollars loss to clawbacks or something in two thousand eighteen, and which is basically like derivatives exchanges failing to liquidate people. As it says when piece of it but that's sold solve any of the problems are. Even more reason to want to this if we could. And so the other thing that happened was I moved to Hong Kong. On a sort of an accident wasn't intending to move to Hong Kong but I did a I, gained here for a conference and then you serve never laughed. and. All of a sudden like I mean first of all, just you know might not work just started like expanding pretty quickly as I talked to people here as so that's sort of one big change. And a search like a while like actually have some people that could.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:56 min | 10 months ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You heard Shall I give you the top line numbers there? Let's take it a level down with the S and P. Ah, a little bit better than an even split for the winners to 98 in terms of stocks up toe 07 down, zero unchanged, Alex Steel and a little bit of Ah mixed trade in so far as he had some retailers on the upside you had some drug makers and drug related companies. On the downside. You look at Milon, Regeneron and Abby. Those your three worst performers. So you know, folks tend to trade these names, depending on You know what's going on in the world of vaccines and treatments when it comes to company? Yeah, it was interesting is that they're all trading on different things. A mall down. I was like, Oh, there must be a vaccine thing, and there's not so Regeneron is down because Regeneron soon OFI halted some tests as one for two Tree Cove in 19. They were working on a threat rightist drug for treatment and they stopped. That's that's what that stock is down. Abbvie. It got a little slap on the hand because they were resisting a Congress drug price probe and then Meilin was worn by the FDA over it's India facility. So it's like what, huh? They're all okay, There's a lot going on with those guys. It's almost like all the company's heir in the principal's office and is like what do you hear for weren't involved in the same thing? Yeah. Drug pricing. That was no, that was you. You need to do what Congress says you should do it. It's like, Oh, you gotta get in line. Sorry about your test pro. In any case on you clearly have high school sons, by the way, this clearly Ah, they're spending a lot of time with him on the other side, you know, had some retailers. L brands was actually your number one gator. I was digging into that a little bit. I don't know if this is just enthusiasm going on, but I didn't see anything. Sort of headline a ble that was driving that stuck up, But Wal Mart is a name. We talked a little bit about this earlier, believe Dave Wilson mentioned it at the very top of the show coming out with their I don't know if it's could be a prime killer, but prime competitors. Yeah, so I looked at l brands, too. I mean, if he had 52 week high there I mean Red book had their US same store sales up for all Comstock store sales are up Macy's reports tomorrow, and if there's something to do with that But the Wal Mart thing is really interesting because we knew this was coming yet that we have a date in two weeks seems to be a big deal. They also seemed to use the data that that they got through their customers during Cove. It can't tweak some stuff. To make a little bit more appealing is they didn't have the same issue that they did. What was it back in 2017 when they launched their Amazon prime competitors? Yeah. I mean that listened. The whole jet dot com acquisition has all been leading to this. In many ways, Mark Glory, Of course, the architect of all of that, so listen, if Wal Mart can figure this out, it's pretty much I would think the only company that could be a viable competitors to Amazon in this space right and just get this. The one thing they can give you. The Amazon cannot is a five cent a gallon fuel discount. Is included in membership. It applies only to 1000 Walmarts. You can't get that on Amazon Prime I can't get it yet. I mean, you know, Jeff Bezos is probably like driving around like being like, Hey, it's your gas station for sale because I'm just gonna roll them all up Whole foods style in many ways, Alright. One name that I wanted to mention as well. Charlie mentioned it. And we're going here. Part of your interview a little bit later on this hour with the CFO. Zoom man. I mean, you heard just fund a sort of make a joke about it that he was not surprised by their results. But what a juggernaut. This is, Yeah, and and you know, as well here for the interview, talking to the CFO. They do have a plan for keeping it going. It's not just like pull forward demand. Once you all get back to work, it's over. They're really trying to get into video conferencing in the enterprise landscape, so It was interesting to get her take on it. Yeah, absolutely. I mean how much the world has changed and changes going forward. We'll obviously determined what happens there. Let's take a quick look at the vics volatility. It was down just a touch today. Less than 1% closing at 26 15. It's Bluebeard. All right, Dave. Hi. My name is day. Just you think you're doing? We're going for a price for today. Mr Wilson, Dave Wilson back with us with your stock of the day, which got I've got side time. Jason. It's a maker of timing devices. They're used in smart phones and other electronic equipment decide by the way in the company's name stands for silicon, the company's products based on that mineral silicon rather than another popular choice, quartz. Side time was founded in 2000 for went public last November. $13 a share the ticker is S T M, now the company shares of state above their initial prices. Trading began there that was set in March, when they got Dan to $15.42. Since then, side time is risen as much as five fold. The shares climbed a record today after the company raised its their quarter revenue estimate by about 10%. Now expects sales to be between 31 million and $32 million Side. Time, said the increased reflects quote initial revenue from a new design when it a large existing customer and quote that's out of a company statement. The customer wasn't named. That said the company previously identified Apple as the largest end buyer its products, so we'll see if indeed their end buyer in this case. Anyway. Side Times. Higher forecast Let analysts at Needham, Raymond James Roth capital and steeple to raise share price estimates. The stock was up a cz Muchas 24%, Today's trading closed with a gain of more than 14%, which was the biggest since early April. There you go. Interesting name Dave Wilson. Thank you so much. Always interested to hear what you find out there in the stock market. So Alex Steel we're going to hear from Zoom a little later on. We're also going to hear about Apple. It's got some big plans. And Mark Gurman, of course, has to scoop as he tends to in terms of Apple's wins. So So the big thing for me with Apple obviously went on a little joke here is that I had, like an iPhone for s for, like, seven years or something. And I like refused to get it replaced until literally done. I didn't have a choice. So I finally upgraded. So it's like will I upgrade again is like, you know. It's amazing, like the answers were cool. I don't know. I might have changed my tune on this. I know I do. Remember, actually remember being on set with you one time and you're like, Wait, You could do something with your face. You were just sort of amazed by the technology. All right, let's get to Nancy lines. Now She's got world national headlines in it. Hey, Jason President.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

"You are listening to the conservative circus. I am your ringmaster James. T Harris, we had to supreme court. Give a couple of decisions. Is Funny because you. We didn't hear a whole lot from the media on these decisions. Usually, if something that benefits to laugh, we hear a lot of it, but that doesn't necessarily mean we should be cheering. Here. We are once again late. June early July waiting for these folks in the black robes. Tell us how we're supposed to be living our lives. They help us understand what the Supreme Court is doing in the ring. We Have Jeff let's. He is an instructor at the leadership and freedom. Center in Gettysburg Pennsylvania. He's also my partner with the constitutional conversation, a podcast that you can download from the iheartradio APP and Jeff. What did you think about the decisions from the High Court yesterday? Well, this comes under the title James T of even a blind squirrel can find an egg corn every so often. I. You know I'll give you an example of this you know the faithless voter case, which basically is can electoral college electees in the state, so for president, the states and we have an election of the states in four forty, seven of the fifty states We have so many electoral college per state. You know the number of congressmen and senators and and We get that number of electoral college. Then we as a whole take that and vote for the candidate. For President instead of directly from the people and do these electoral college representatives have the ability to vote for somebody else other than they've pledged to vote war. And if they do that, is there a penalty? So this case had become ten a state. Impose a penalty because we had three electoral college members in Washington the State of Washington vote, they pledged to vote the Democratic ticket and they didn't vote for Hillary Clinton. They voted for somebody else. The state wanted to impose a penalty and the Supreme Court took this up because there was some arguments in the lower courts, but let me go to article two. This is very simple because in our Constitution James, P. States have a lot of power to decide how voting takes place in their own states as long as it doesn't. A break the Fourteenth Amendment or the twenty four th amendment in other words, the twenty fourth amendment was passed to say you can't have poll taxes anymore. You can't have these tests for people that want to come in and vote in the fourteenth amendment can't break people's equal protection clause, but in the first section of article two regarding the powers of the president it it basically says it does basically says it does say each state shall appoint in such manner as the legislature there of May direct. It's talking about electors for the Electoral College. So, in my opinion, this could have been very simple. They could have referred to article two section one which they do, and then case over, but of course we have a thirty three page opinion written by Associated Justice Kagan, by the way I thought it was Santa my your. There was a ping. It was Kagan. Yes. So you can kind of see that this is a fairly simple one in my opinion, and should have been easy to see and white had to go to this point James T it is a win, but it's more like a touchback or field goal rather than a touchdown, because this one is really simple, but it was not I, think there was one justice that recused herself, or maybe Kagan are sodomy or one just right, recuse herself. Guess. Maybe she knew somebody who was litigating, but yeah, it was unanimous outside of that, but I think words important, Jeff. Which is that I? Mean I remember the Hollywood set? To president trump was elected. The Hollywood said there was a huge campaign for the. To go in there and vote with the popular vote, instead of know following the state guidelines, and you had a couple of people who did the fact, so it's a shamed that this had to find his way our way to the supreme. Court, but it is kind of encouraging is an odd that you had a unanimous decision on on upholding the Toro College and the Constitution. It is, it is a good thing. James T. we have to take the victories when we can get them to simplify especially because of the recent rulings in the past few weeks on the civil, rights act right Daca with completely crazy won't do some podcasts on those. I do Kinda understand you're coming from. This was a touch. This was a field on the one yard line where we still had a couple of dowse got. This. This shouldn't have been questioned. They also yesterday. had a ruling out on these Robo calls is you know? Basically that case James T. Capital wrote the majority opinion. It was a six to three opinion and Kansas government. You know because nobody wants. Robo calls to their cell phones. That's pretty universal is at law constitutional, and can the government carve out? No Robo calls except it's A. It's a an agency trying to collect a government debt. and. What happened was these other amputees mostly, he had the American, Association of Political Consultants joined with some other saying. Hey, hey got to carve out. We want to have the ability to do this to. This isn't fair. And so they sued saying it's unconstitutional, but in the end. What happened is Capital wrote in the majority. Yes, you can't single out just. The government has a right to do this. Just throwing everybody else out. There's a lot of other technical arguments in there, but instead of just being left alone where the government can do robocalls now nobody is supposed to. This yeah, there was some dissenting votes. Gorsuch in there said you know he's got some opinions. He agreed and disagreed at the same time. saying you know this. Is All unconstitutional but Culture matters and he didn't say this. In my opinion, culture matters if all those people wanted then, that's probably what's going to happen..

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"james t. capital" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Were they absolutely Roland when we went into the suspensions. Oh God. Yeah I mean think about all the momentum is being built. You know not just in terms of where the Lakers were in the landscape. Obviously the MVP? said to go head to head and shutdown. You Know Janas and critical stretches with a gain. The with Lebron did in addition to the scorn in the assistant rebounds just a straight a beep ends, and then to harass Kawai, and go after him on the offense van go after him look for him moments. It was like the Lakers were rolling as a team, the city was rolling with the Lakers and the Brown was rolled into a MVP and unfortunately all of that. You know the air guy let the Bologne. You know because of Rudy Gobert as positive coronavirus test. I really felt that momentum Chavez. He was going to hunt him down and he was going to get that MVP Jaanus now. Obviously, that's not going to happen, but at that moment that weekend you're talking about. Yeah, yeah, he was coming. There were there were twenty. Some odd games left know there's about a quarter of the season left and there wasn't time. It would've had to been more of that, but it wasn't like you had a week left and there just wasn't. There was just enough time for him to do it. And like you said under the new format. I would imagine that all of those sorts of awards has been decided already. Already if not officially that at least unofficially the John Ranch going to be the rookie of the year that Jaanus is GonNa be the MVP, but had the season played twenty games. Who knows what Zion wouldn't have been able to do? Who knows what Lebron might have been able to do? Because over eight games a different format? We're GONNA have in Orlando I. Don't think he was GonNa Change Your Mind. Now, it's not enough time. Just is unless only think of Milwaukee this off to some sort of like tastelessly poor start those games or whatever you back in, may decide and the Lakers go undefeated. You know if something fuki weird like that happen. You know we're hurry up and get your July thirty first. Get here fast enough I'm. We were talking about Roger Goodell's statements over the weekend? We've been talking about what we've been talking about for the better part of a couple of weeks here. It's interesting, too, because one of the dynamics. The Professional players that especially the very very influential ones, the Lebron James of the world and whatnot, or our on ground door. They can speak their mind. They can say this is what I think. This is what I believe. If you don't like it tough, I don't care. The college players are a little bit different. The college flares still live in an environment where the coach is the ultimate decider of their fates, ultimately that if I don't get to play if I'm not on the if I don't get minute sir, I don't get to to go out there and play. I might not be able to have a future in professional sports that I might. I might lose my scholarship rank and file player all of these things, and even the college players seem to be finding their voices, or at least being willing to save it out loud. Loud where they never had before whether it's calling out coaches on their staff or things that they're uncomfortable with whether or not. It's calling out coaches on their staff like we saw at Florida. State about that's not what happened. They say the talked all know they didn't. It's just it's another example of another group of people who typically do not speak out for fear of a backlash coming their way, or so now I'm going to say what's on my mind, and if you don't like it, it's going to land on you. It's not going to land on me. This is what I'm talking about this generation. This generation you know people like you know your your eldest by my son. Twenty two. He's already. He's started marching in Chicago McDonnell when he was in high school and happened to organize things, then moved to New York for school and was still involved with protests to get involved with this generation man. This generation is not waiting. And I can't help but think this is a legacy that perhaps the Lebron James James's the dwayne Wade's. Legacy right because this generation of NBA players was way more political than generation before in terms of speaking out. And speaking against oppression this generation, and so you gotta think that all the kids that group that that had grown up. It's been years now since happenings ban. On a football field. Those kids who are speaking out. We're in high school when the started. Some of them might have been at the later stages of GE high when this all started, and so these are the athletes that they're going up with. Lebron James Colin capital. This is the influence of their US willingness to use their platform, and so this generation right here, man regardless of were area. They happen to be as you mentioned travis typically you don't hear from soup players. And you know seriously here from football players. And I. It's because of the influence of the athlete. That was set before them who they watched growing up and I think it's a fantastic team that they found their voice because one in challenges, the system, but also to this group of individuals need to be empowered. They need to recognize their influence and not just be afraid that the coach is not going to play them because they make up the coach. There are reasons why people are coming in filling up one hundred thousand dollars. Seat Stadium. They're not there to see Daboh swinney not there for Davos there for you well. Act that way. The DABOH is a case in and of himself, and we'll get to that in a second. Did. There has to be an element to the of the coaches finally realizing that the players have something on them if the players have enough of the players. Say Hey look I don't like the way this is treating me. It's it's. It's making me feel a certain way. The coach can't just say I get over it. He's just trying to coach. Guys Up I. Don't worry about. He didn't mean anything by it. Or all the typical phraseology that we hear when somebody's treating somebody poorly and they wanNA dismiss it, because maybe he's ineffective coach. We're seeing what's going on in Iowa. We're seeing what's going on in some other places where. Coaches or saying and doing things in the players are speaking out in whether it's on tape, or whether it's just strength in numbers. More and more people are said no, this is not okay, and the previously the coach is a matter this can be handled internally will deal with it amongst ourselves. They don't have the luxury of doing that anymore. Because once a player or two says that Guy said this thing to me and I don't like it there now all the heads in the room or all the heads in the country or the world. Look at the coach and say okay. What are you GonNa do about that? It's not just one of those. Hey, back and play. Play be quiet. Let me deal with my staff all deal with this. We're not gonNA tolerate, but I'll fix it internally it. It needs to be done publicly. It needs to be done quickly and I think that the athletes realized that now they can. They can affect change by saint. Something out loud worse before they knew if they said anything they'RE GONNA LOSE THEIR SCHOLARSHIP GONNA lose their playing. Time and nothing's going to happen to the coach anyway now that's the the opposite is true that coach better be very very careful about how he deals with his players, or they speak up? He might find himself looking for a new job. The dynamic was totally turned itself onset. Absolutely absolutely when I. Was a student at. versity. We had two coaches, and I was in on these stories to coaches, the football coach as well as the basketball coach both accused of racism. And using racist tactics, By student athletes and we would a student newspaper we..

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"james t. capital" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Try them on today NBA playoff six and a half left to go before halftime in Salt Lake City jazz lead, the rockets forty one forty Donovan Mitchell has sixteen for Utah. Houston a two series lead. The bucks continued their dominance over the pistons rolling to a one seventeen zero three winning to walk and you take a commanding three games on lead. And that's his personal tin finished with twenty points brook Lopez and Eric Bledsoe. And in nineteen than Goodson Spurs are headed back to Denver with their series tied at two games apiece after the nuggets one seventeen went oh three win on the road in game. Four Nicolay yoga twenty nine points, twelve boards and eight assists leaving Gregg Popovich less than pleased with his team's performance. The physicality was obvious from the get-go. You knew that was going to happen. And we did not respond. So it was very disappointing loss. I think the nuggets played harder and smarter than we did. And it's the playoffs. So to have a performance like that is very very disappointing and Sixers headed back home with a three games to once lead after topping the nets in Brooklyn one twelve one away after sitting out game three with lingering knee issue. Joel Embiid led the way thirty one point sixteen boards, seven assists and six blocks to baseball game to a double header its top nine idiots lead the brave seven six five nine Phillies. Eight Rockies five top nine reds on top of the Padres. Four to six Mariners. Lethal angels five four the Rangers cooled off the Astros nine four brewer shut down the dodgers five nothing Marlin sow past the NATs nine three Red Sox ripped the race. Six five twin swept a doubleheader with the Orioles. Six five in sixteen. Seventy homered twice in the opener. Once more than a nightcap gives them five overs last three games as pasted the as ten one pirates won their fifth in a row. Three one over the giants. Indians took the opener. They're double dip eight four of the Braves cards beat up on the Mets tend to depict quite the Cup. Six nothing Yankees. Pelted the royals night to White Sox rained out and a blues closed out to Jetson six games. Three two. Thanks to a hattrick from James. Schwartz capitals. Hammered the hurricane six nothing to take three games to two seriously. And it was the stars over the predator five three as Dallas goes up three two in that Serey. I'm John fans. This is TASR on the Meuse. We begin to gear up for the NFL draft. Join us.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Breed wields king at lunch Trident he commenced the there's there clearly racist. Basically, they're they're kind of like to put it in Harry Potter terms in millennials will send you know. They're they're looking for pure bloods. Also, there is a here's to be there appears to be a physical difference between the restore Crecy and the people in the restore Chrissy can breathe in air, and the people cannot and that's creepiest fuck so. Yeah, I I have issues with lenses. James Wong capital? Punishment is making an effort statement here about racism and about how it is infiltrated. Sort of society. Yeah. I think he's I think he's making a conscious decision to have. Well, I mean, it was he was cast by Snyder. But I think partly Snyder as well. But I think, you know, having a mixed race lead is really important thing talking about that as a as a plot point is really important to provide a role model for for lots of children who may not seen anyone who looks like them on screen before certainly in the leading role. But the sheer fact of being hammered again, and again, and again, you know, I'm not saying that the film feels this way. 'cause I don't believe that it does. But at Lund as a place as portrayed in this film is a total sinkhole of really bad values. And it's interesting that that's not really addressed by memorial. Anyone else? Feel like a agree that it's not really dress the feeling that I go a bit was the film. Does the same as you in the vast? Polly why Nicole Kidman leaves and that when she's when she goes back. She's kind of forced into this horrible punishment. Having a certain up of the water and that. I hope I quite like in that sense of over superhero films. We've seen where you've got a carriage who then ascends to the throne and part of that Jimmy for them is them saying, actually, no we're going to do things a different way. Something kind of hope see in a sequel may be that would be author kind of trying to reform in some way that he's an you kind of ruler. And I agree. I think I think that's got to be something that is if there's another one of these in agree with Chris that it's going to be big at the box office probably will be but don't you need just a line? Did you give any time time time in the time? But he obviously his mother having been executed outraged by that. But there's no real post back on any of the rest of this. And I just I just literally one line would have been fine with me. But I think it would have maybe helped speaking of the execution. We talk about Jurassic poke at the center of the world. Yeah. Whoa. Yeah. Another like, what was going on in this film? I'm like, I'm with it. But. Chills Vern idea that at the center of the earth are still dinosaurs. That obviously that's fine. That's a cannon we accept that. But the portal to get there. What's what the heck's I'm into be? I don't know. I mean, if if the carafe in has to get them out, then did she make a hold in the dinosaur world to do it or the dinosaurs, okay, likely dinosaurs cake is Nicole Kidman is wearing the mole? This film this year and a pretty bad us Myrtle. Gary to just fence herself in a brutal place fit twenty odd years and until their offspring finds them. It's literally and one of the wasps very Michelle Pfeiffer in the wall. Wet. They force themselves. Cool outfit may things that they found in the bad place. I love that she then stopped off in the middle of the war to get address. Yes, priorities. You know? Ladies be shopping. Surprised Nicole Kidman turn up raise your hands in turn up after we told many many times that she had been killed. Definitely did wing wing. Totally totally totally concede. No one is raising their hand. I'm actively pointing to my hands. We make of Nicole Kidman. I have to say she gives us her old doesn't she? Yes. She's about us. She's ace and I loved that. She can do she can do this. And she and do big little lies and the range and the playfulness of the roles that she's taken destroy again, totally different. I love that..

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"james t. capital" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"Common. He wait a minute. Now, they keep his legacy of live. It always goes back to haunt doesn't. It. It always comes back. Speaking in preaching in this. Sounds coming through. Hey man that, but yeah. But Trump is as the other thing that gets me is that Trump how he's trying to even he'll he'll distract with using the state of Israel and the Palestinians, he'll he'll distract with throwing us into some other turmoil with Yemen. And you know, I ran and look what's going on with Turkey is Saudi Arabia. Okay. I mean, this is this the kind of stuff that he does he's he's had criminal acts in involved with all of these places right now. And we know clearly with Russia. Clearly, he knew about the journalists associ-, I know that NBS bullshit with jazz for master bullshitter. Okay. That believe by theories that Trump knew all along they had a conversation 'cause you know, Jared in Trump and whatever. Ask to see him in prison oranges coup. Jerry tradition. You know what he's a little bit. Automo- big or angular? Skin over the roof. I'm really scared of what he might. I point you're. Point your Kushner want people out of prison. Listen, I mean, this is a little side side kick. But I just got it just came to be. Okay. So again, getting back to Israel. They fired that brother from CNN because of the statement that he said. Is the port of the Palestinian. You know is wrong though. That was really all he did was just break it down break down at truth. You know, every time you look up saying that, you know, every time you look up they put they put in a tighter and tighter noose around Palestinian people's next. They're putting walls. You know to do John wants to do he made statement about supporting in that Mark Lamont his name? And that he said, you know, that that the Palestinians just like the African Americans have a right? The stand up for their civil rights from the hills to the sea, and they the the anti defamation league. You know that they take everything. But they see they use position everything is being anti Semite and everything is not. What about pro humanitarian, you know, causes is Trump also likes to you. You see how he James the capital of Israel from he moved it. As the capital, right real. She is. Ever do you're gonna start name people's capital. But this has to have something to do with jerick. In his connection in things that he's been putting in this era. I really believe that Jared has a lot of influence Trump while Saudi about the segments Israel signing Namche myself. Yeah. On constant human rights. Don't give a shit. About. No, no because Trump doesn't either. So who else can they talk to it? Who has better belongs in that chaotic group other than Putin, man. Putin in MSG or whatever. Mr. Bs at the conference see artist. Unbelievable. Yeah. Very trouble. NBS Putin win just gave each other. Like, I mean, like the most liked the Muslim hotline ghetto bre. These fools on road. Right. Right. Trying to be on the. Man, we got this full, right? We go raise the rent, and they were gonna do over. There you go. Looking thing. And I was like oh my God. And he's just he's and then he went over there, gene. Acted in eighty oppa stage at the president of Venezuela. Shook hands and walked away. Time, you know, 'cause you know, he's good at book for. The NAFTA agreement, you know, saying he signed on wrong lies. Party. This up and everybody's looking at like, dude you sign the wrong. And then you see your name there. Even the wrong thing. Now, we have ever. Well, you know, everybody's gonna get one right, man. They look at look into the camera angle his. Oh, wow. Embarrassment that you president embarrassment. Absolute embarrassment. You know, and, you know, just like, you know, kind of have a night that big head water had baby brother, you know. That was just you know. Maybe play baseball, which you can. Right. But. It's just getting worse. And you know, speaking of you know. Speaking of you know, just really weird stuff, you know, with with Marc Lamont. That was that was kinda jacked up, you know, but, you know, people are now starting to put pressure on people for you know, sort really speaking your mind. Kevin hart. Right. Well, you know what? Let's take a pause. We'll take a little break and we'll come back from the break. Let's talk about Kevin Hart in here. We are back on PC member. Our last show was titled no PC here. Just go. Yeah. But we'll take a break. We'll come back, and we'll talk about that. Where

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"james t. capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Tunnels were blown up but the US believes the explosions were superficial and the tunnels could be rebuilt the worry Kim is using the. Nearly two months in Singapore to keep building warheads and missiles capable of attacking the US Reuters says a. Confidential United Nations report suggests North Korea has not stopped working on nuclear missiles a judge, is giving the Trump administration until next Thursday to come. Up with a plan for real night and five hundred. Immigrant children, with their parents, but the Justice department wants one of the groups that sued, to get the families back together to help. And Diane Gallagher reports the judge encouraged that. He said. That the ACLU, and other organizations. It's good to, help because this is a serious problem, he called it the highest stakes in this entire crisis this point another judge says the government needs to reinstate DACA protections for young immigrant. Dreamers and he's providing twenty days for a response there's a new biggest wildfire California the Mendocino complex fire north of San Francisco has grown to about. Half the size of Los Angeles seventeen fires are burning in California but Steve nanna says the Golden State. Is not alone firefighters in Oregon are trying to get the Taylor creek fire to burn, itself out by using drones they're able to launch those. Drones and drop plastic spheres they will ignite and start. Help burn, out in areas, where they're not able to get an cruise the west is, on track verts most destructive fire season in. A decade on Jan Johnson SFO traffic. Well let's, get? To the streets here. We have a crash eighty. Westbound east of seven th street San, Francisco, we, have the second lane from the left walked with this one gonna see delays now move it to. The accident one zero one southbound, north of eighty west, San Francisco right lane shoulder blocked. There are getting it cleared you're going to see backups there for a little while now the bang-up, six eighty northbound south of mission boulevard Fremont lanes blocked. Here you're gonna see slowdowns in the collision one northbound south of the peninsula San Mateo right shoulder. Blocked delays here that's k. SF oh traffic I'm Keith James network capital Showtime mission impossible He's the number. One movie in the.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"james t. capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"james t. capital" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And win at business is always keep your tweets come and go it can wind go with a thoughts we have today with all the winter olympics and i was mentioning hind you the terrific japanese younger skin is unbelievable you gotta watch as routine and i was saying he gets will leave the who teddybears thrown out who's right of his so what items would you want thrown on the ice for use so keep those tweets coming on a food items people are saying but i'm not sure about the jelly dole at somerset or words are good ones are dingdong because it looks like ocoee park acerbic fouts at all as you skate your land few quads there's a dingdong there you go and away you go her i keep those tweets coming here is what's trending right now as lebron james try of button clinton evans on earlier i lebron james name the all stream mvp after would over team stephan james a capital team lebron's where to gamehigh twenty nine points scored 10 rebounds and eight assists in a 140 to 145 victory collecting his third allstar game mvp but his first since two thousand eight team lebron's slim the women the defensive stand michael mogamedov possessions albeque that team steph navy that three kind of dribble that into a corner and they really were all over we couldn't get a shot off got it off too late so it's a one 4145 win i liked it i thought the game was good i mean again it's it's not going to be a defensive gem by any stretch of imagination but i liked the teams i liked the draft next year they talked about televising the draft like they should have done this year the way the nhl did it for about four or five years players will get into and have some fun with it so i i do like that i thought i like hockey allstar weekend nba allstar weekend because of all the different things they do with the skill challenges everything for the nba outside of entertainment was good you know i.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Have the tribunal rulings actually been helpful you had a winning uber you've had other results as well today she create any kind of president jacob pose as as things stand at the moment with enforcement as it who's now well the problem we have is that we can we can win a judge and then the employer can appeal it or they can say out only applies to that one person and they try and drag it out at what we've seen with the judgments in this against at city sprint with regards to their careers against addison lee with regards to their careers against excel against two case after case after case would deliver rubin a bit of an anomaly is these companies have said no these guys are in business on their own account they don't actually work for us the judges have said actually they do and it's extremely clear they do but the companies have been getting away without giving those rights because they know that there is essentially no consequences for doing so so i think the main reason these judgments have made is we're seeing all the domino's start to fall and it's becoming accepted that these guys crews higher drivers cetera our work for us and rachel would've have the people who you would regard as genuine selfemployed would they be worried that actually their employees will now say to them hang on you narrow wicket just because the eight it'll be a blinkered approach the genuine selfemployed and could businesses have i think faye from this support at the seoul traitor the contract to who was the many at different companies they don't have any this is about companies who put all of his own self employed the rogue employers they're the ones who will i think pay the price if this legislation is that is bought him which i had the government does vancouver much rich re from the business energy and industrial strategy committee and jason moi of the independent workers union of great britain my markets good morning is chris rowan the chief investment officer at saint james's place capital i'm chris we have a budget this week mr hammond the.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz news radio 1030 the news watch never stops the news watch never stops it's ten o'clock on wbz mostly clear a sixty two in boston wbz accu weather clear overnight 40s sunny nice 70s tomorrow weekend forecast that a couple of minutes good evening i'm john health wbz news defense secretary james mattis promises better communication with congress after meeting with the head of the senate armed services committee lawmakers pressing the defense secretary about the terror attack in nizhny are that killed four four us green berets correspondent karen kay photos host the investigation is expanding the defense department is conducting an initial review of the attack and the fbi is now assisting easier authorities on the ground but senator john mccain says he might issue a subpoena to get more information event secretary james mattis capital hill he is demanding answers as well among the most pressing questions why the body of sergeant david johnson was not recovered until three hours after the attack the us military does not leave behind with debts death you're not question yet to the troops were caught in the firefight guarantee if a washington the state of massachusetts submits a bid for amazon second headquarters wbz's lana jones says it does not favor or dismiss any of the twenty six amazon bid submitted from cities and towns since i have separate construction ceo john fish if the state proposal could serve to fragment some of the individual proposals he says amazon knows more about the sites that interest them then the owners do they are very highly technical data driven organization so i think what they wanna do they wanna suitably identify parcels of land it could be the culture of the organization and more importantly what the future holds the amazon and for the area that the conflict fish is competent boston will be the one when amazon announces its choice next year land and jones wbz newsradio 1030 the governmental klay's a better vaccine against the painful shingles virus the food and drug admitted station has approved the new more effective vaccine to.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on PTI

"Mark my words lebron james in capital letters will never play for the clips are god is who will be for the lakers where he has a 20milliondollar home they have a story history of sixteen championships i mention ervin magic johnson is running basketball operations and what has the brian jays been hinting at a lot lately about being an owner of a basketball team and who better than learned from hoover usher usher him into that situation then magic johnson four team has the number two pit maybe they take landzo ball knowledge of a sudden you become more attractive you bring paul george back home he's a california native now the team looks a lot better when abhran james joins it you're not just putting together a team however to be to go stay worries because we noted the goes they worse are the best basketball team in the league with a bronze playing in los angeles or playing and cleveland was very good kaelin slap and will wanna read as a thanking when they fail asean a few thanks a lot appreciate the love absolutely let's take one last break would still two hundred ohio state basketball coach really deserve an eight year he'll he'll really law kornheiser like deal david prices feuding with the boston media that matter that have been healed the first one in the boston media tell you yesterday at macron would go to the lakers i now concerns minded speeches from kyko hardship my grandmother would go through it every month to pay her insurance spill first she would hand writer paper check incurs if then using her own town she would wait a stamp for an envelope today however we need not weary our hands and tonnes today we can pay our gaiko bill with the geico app away with hardship in with bill pay on the guy collapse thank you.

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"james t. capital" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"james t. capital" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

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