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"jean van" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Throws in an NC a championship game stuff like that, where it's on a national stage. And that moment unfortunately, sticks with you for the rest of your life. Yeah, I think free throws and and field goals. I mean for baseball. I don't see anything. That would be the same blown save. I mean, it's just but that's really Yeah, but that's different. It's not It's not what you're talking about here. I think you could maybe talk about missing. A three ft putt to win a major golf tournament or maybe a major collapse. Like you have a big lead in on the last day of the major and the, uh, Who's the French guy that had the blue the big lead a long time ago, right that then develop what was the guy's name? It wasn't Mickelson known for that too Well, Mickelson was known for right. He was known for what Blowing us opens right and and hitting crazy shots and falling apart on the back nine. But here's a guy. I mean, Mickelson. There's no Like he still is known more for winds right and his career as opposed to sure he's never one of us, Uh, rank stone, or he didn't went right. He won PGA chief. This is where Jeremy helps me to Paul. The memory is just shot at this point in my life, But Mickelson is in his defining moment is not blowing us opens right? His is still The majority of him. He's still known for more success than Oh, yeah, that's the guy that blew whatever. He was re us showing him until he finally want to make a major, right, right. But then and now he's won multiple majors, right? Yeah, so he's overcome that. Stigma if you will, or that that reputation Yeah, that's a good I'll tweet this out in the first break. Um, because, uh, she's somebody okay? Yeah. Cody Parky. The Bears is that the field goal hit the upright. Double doink double drink. Yeah, but again, not even. It's not. I mean, it was a playoff game. But I'm not sure how many you know if if you say Cody Parky to someone, it's word association, you say Scott Norwood. Almost any football fan will know whether you're a bills fan or not. Super Bowl 25 wide right, like Scott Norwood is linked to a term wide, right? If you hear wide right to this day at any point in the football game, you might actually have a vision of Scott Norwood in your head. It's just the two are linked together. And, um, like Cody Parky. Sure, Justin tweeted it and, uh oh, yeah, yeah, That's right. Mr. Missed the kick in a playoff game, Not a Super Bowl playoff game, but not a Super Bowl. Right? Bill Buckner? Sure. Now, Christopher. Thank you. That's a great one. I'm not. I'm not gonna lie. Didn't feel really bad for Buckner at that moment, because I'm a Mets fan. I was more elated that the Mets were winning. You know, we're still alive and had not lost the World Series as as time went on. I look back on. And of course, I mean, with everything that poor guy dealt with, and the scorn and the ridicule. Yeah, I mean, you for sure, Bill Buckner's on the list, but at the moment that had happened. Was too busy jumping up and down, yelling and screaming Mets win! Jean van de Velde. Thank you, My Allen. Our boss tweeted, right. John van developed was the guy. I don't remember the details. But he, like blew a big lead in a major, right collapsed on the back. Nine. Like one of the all time joke jobs might have been in the final two holes. Was it that late? Yeah. One of the all time collapses in a golfing major. And you felt sorry for a guy like that. Yeah, I don't. It's It's tough to come up with Paul. I'm trying to. Yeah, dropping a touchdown pass in the last play of the Sugar Bowl. Sure. I think, Jack Jackie Smith cowboys. Yeah, Yeah, right in the seventies somewhere. I assume I just remember seeing that highlighted. Yeah, but yeah, that that would be similar in his hands. Right? You have the Super Bowl in your hands and you dropped the pass. And that's that. Yeah. I mean, the Rams came up short, they complete or tenant. The Titans completed the pass. Yeah, and came up like the tackled on the half yard, one quarter inch yard line and didn't get in. But I don't know if that's that's different, No, because that's a completed pass and an attacker's made. Yeah. You're not gonna You know, the guy doesn't go. That was a Dyson and remember who the receiver was. Guy doesn't go down in history as a failure because he didn't break a tackle. You know, and that I think that would have just tied the Super Bowl, so it would have been over time. Yeah, it's gotta be. You know, it's it's not in the discussion. But like the Stevie Johnson play against Pittsburgh in a significant playoff game or Super Bowl like that play where you have I mean, it's the balls like Oh, touch the Oh, he dropped it. I mean, they Harmon. Sure. Now that supplants the Browns and the playoff game, right? I mean regular season games. Nothing is going to be defined. Right? There's no way you would find Regular season game and say, Well, that's a career defining faux pas. If you will. Stevie Johnson. We remember the drop against Pittsburgh and in part because of his tweet afterwards, but His career. That was not a career defining moment for me. Stevie Johnson had a fabulous career as a member of the bills, so that doesn't that doesn't go into the discussion here again. It was a regular season loss. Harmon is more of a discussion right, Paul because that's Granted, it's a wild card game. But it's a It's a when you think Ronnie Harmon. You think about that drop right if you're a bills fan, my guess is you tell me, Paul..
"jean van" Discussed on KCRW
"Lucas and it's really such a pleasure to talk to thank yes Sir love that's quizlet because he's the also of the book the Cinderella homes of Jean van drive this is one of a trio of books about suburban houses in the south by bill does he admires Bandra William Mallon time and that and you're listening to DNA on France's Sanderson finally as we come to the end of twenty nineteen one of the shocking facts of this year has been the growing numbers of people who are living on the streets in Los Angeles county almost fifty nine thousand lost count up twelve percent over the previous year so we're closing out the year with a story about a creative idea for a place to put some more housing KCRW's lord Conrad Sheehan reports there is a building in Boyle heights that has long been an architectural giant there it is back later the morning sun rising majestically end to the blue sky it's been making architectural statement here in Los Angeles for a long you'll likely notice voice one the way kewl Hauser back in twenty ten needs no introduction just by looking at the outside of this building we all know what it is county USC Medical Center county hospital the old LA county General Hospital is part of the LA see USC Medical Center it's hard to overstate how big the old LA county General Hospital it's it's one and a half million square feet it's nineteen stories tall and once had eight hundred beds you might recognize it from the opening scene the long running soap opera General Hospital the architects association designed this building it was completed in nineteen thirty three Adrian Scott fine is the director of advocacy at the LA Conservancy it's I think known to many but many don't know its story so it's one of the probably most dominants are decal landmarks on the skyline the hospital goes by a few names one of them is a great stone mother as millions of Angelenos were treated there in the past this place also has a darker history in the early seventies Spanish speaking women who delivered their babies via emergency C. section were permanently sterilized often without their consent they filed a class action lawsuit in nineteen seventy five in the heat of the Chicano movement and during the aids epidemic of the eighties activists protested at the hospital for better care of HIV and aids patients but it was shaking badly in the Northridge earthquake and now the concrete goliaths it's mostly abandoned as you can tell it just kind of has that nice kind of quiet sense here peace and tranquility this is LA county supervisor hill this lease this was the largest public hospital this side of the Mississippi and to see it shudder.
"jean van" Discussed on KCRW
"Nineteen fifties Los Angeles home design and these days what comes to mind might be those album god modernist houses of glass and steel well how about something fit for a princess fairy tales were popular in those days I was sitting in my drafting board and and Matt and wife elder came and looked over my shoulder and she saw the house that I was there any and she said that ought to be a house for Cinderella this is Jean van drive he was an inventor an architectural designer who dropped out of USC and dove right into designing a custom home loan them low with diamond paned windows high gabled peaked moves and large overhangs I get the idea of dressing if rode up with some details with something that made the health look different and hold me and I decided Hey I like a lot of brick work I designed the garage doors and the shutters to carry out the motif of a central home putting cedar shake shingles on the roof of the house had to have a good flow really tried to make a home cozy warm and happy love isn't just building houses I was building homes these were homes that sold in the thousands to middle class admittedly mostly white families in Orange County in the San Fernando Valley in the nineteen fifties another topic of a new book by Chris Lucas son Lucas there was a valley native who thinks the areas better than average tract homes warrant a bit more love and he is reaching out to the builders as they get on in years he met Jean van drive when he had just turned ninety six so we set up a meeting and I went on to their home in Santa Ana and I expected this man to come in the room possibly in a wheelchair and in walks this he he looked like he was in the seventies you know it walks in very fast energetic shakes my hand great to meet you very positive attitude and so over the last two years we've been doing field trips and talking and the family had saved all the archives of brochures they have the original water color paintings of the model home drawings in their home and I thought they should be in a museum there for their like under their bed but what you're telling us the story of a man who designed and built with his brother hundreds of what he termed Cinderella homes he then franchise yes and style this book is taking us back to the time when you could be in a regular job and you could buy a home for I think it's twelve thousand dollars and it comes with diamond shaped windows and shake shingle roofs and all these lovely decorative details and that's the story you're telling yeah his first venture into building was building custom homes so he built a custom Cinderella home in Downey N. through word of mouth through no advertising they had about thirty thousand people come and visit this home so his brother Shannon got the idea to franchise the homes and using the same materials that they used in a custom home what sort of streamlining at so they could build thousands of tract homes and if you look at track terms in the forties and fifties there were not very attractive so when these came along before Disneyland opened in nineteen fifty five people flocked to it people camped out overnight they sold out the first tract of homes in three days a lot of builders at the time that we're building traditional tract homes begin to copy his style or they went out of business so the houses become enormously popular and they wind up having their home a Cinderella home showcased at one of these home fez that use to be positive life in LA yeah that was a lot of vacant virgin land being developed very fast with track times and they used to be these annual I think it was showcase yellow nineteen fifty six LA home show which was at the historic pan Pacific auditorium which is no longer there Elvis Presley played there so with that said the lovely factoid to Jean Vander of Cinderella home is picked as one of like the show home and then they tell us about the other home the other home was a Kreisel and Palmer home with him cry so William Kreisel at which is you know mid century modern and Jean Vander of which is more or mid century traditional so they didn't exactly like each other's work and I don't think they got along too well Sir this is such a wonderful scene Hey we have a Kreisel mode in this house next to a Cinderella home and they sort of represents kind of the I guess different ends of the spectrum right all of ideas about housing in the nineteen fifties right well both of them were similar in that they were built at a cheaper cost but the Chrysler homes were more modern with glass steel and wood she doesn't hold back you've got a lot of interviews and he's very opinionated he really doesn't like modernism right because he thinks it's it's too sterile sterile and cold yeah and meanwhile he wants to create cozy he creates cozy and he also focuses a lot on something that he refers to in your interviews with him as wife prejudice tell us what that means well he thought that the wife of the home was the sort of master of the home and if you make the wife happy the family is happy so he built the home to accommodate women women cooking yes it wasn't to say that he was about women's rights and you know equality he was about building a kitchen counter tops were thirty inches high instead of thirty two inches high so that a woman could work easier inside the kitchen and then he had a a window opening that went from the kitchen into the living room which allowed the wife to have conversations with her children or her husband while she was working in the kitchen clearly walls that a woman who's sort of tucked away and separated from her family in the kitchen is going to be unhappy and cross woman and hence this so it was creating connection yes was yes yeah but on this whole idea of the quote wife prejudiced house conformed to I guess one would call them you know traditional sort of Eisenhower era value is that also encompass religion and it turns out that your gaijin band rough is is quite religious yeah so in that sense he's also different from the mall nests many of whom were quite progressive politically oftentimes be secular there was kind of an association between modernism and one's values right tell us about Jean Vander often his values and how that back well he grew up on a farm in Oklahoma he had a big family they lived and worked on the farm you know a church going family and those values he wanted to pass on to his children and his wife was Lebanese and she did a lot of cooking of Lebanese food their house was like the center of the universe where everybody would come to their house so people would come there at all hours there'd be different activities going on in different rooms and all the while his wife Eleanor would make sure everybody had enough food she would have prepared food for people she knew were coming over and she would have trays inside the refrigerator with her name written on you know that's what made her happy is taking care of her family and taking care of their friends so his philosophy of a happy home worked in his own case yes yes and they were all yes very religious family Shannon actually left the business to go and work for oral Roberts and yes so the Cinderella homes often make a success in the nineteen fifties for these brothers and then it all stops why does it stop you know there's a lot of building going on in the fifties and like anything it runs its course but there's a particular code thing that happens the cedar shake shingles on the the roofs were made of cedar shake shingles and in the sixties they became a fire hazard so they were not allowed to use the shake shingle roofs anymore which as far as genius can discerned is the major feature that makes a Cinderella home what it is how do you Chris feel about where LA is going now because the kind of land use that permitted the construction of the user has it has I mean it's just not sustainable anymore they sell a room never exist again probably not I mean it will you know some of these neighborhoods hoods will still exist you know they have laws now where they can build multi family homes on a single lot especially in the valley so you could see a lot of these neighborhoods being transformed but there's still people that like this lifestyle and there's still people that can afford this lifestyle although I don't know how well it's really a fascinating history Christian.
"jean van" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"jean van" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"jean van" Discussed on KGO 810
"About that you know it the initial discussion has to do with the woman who was attacked outside of her building she's trying to get into our building get into our home the glass door and that she's just attacked by a person who is apparently homeless I I that's what I'm reading is that this man this man is homeless he's young he's in his twenties his of his his mug shot is awful he's got that same expression on his face as James Holmes the guy who was the Aurora Colorado shooter anyway he attacks are me grab three throws her to the ground is wrestling was she's trying to get away from him he's saying I'm trying to save your life and try to save you and so she's you know try struggling trying to get away I she suffered minor injuries and she's trying to get back into the building is grabbing a running and a what I'm saying a security guard either emailed and said it wasn't a security guard he said it was a night desk woman and that she fell down defending the other woman who is the tenant so that person then came to the doorway and is trying to get her in grab your polls are in but he's a hang it on tour they have to push him back out and then they try to close the door which was a real struggle and then they held the door there in ultimately they were able to get the door locked the police came they picked him up they took a man to process them he goes to a before the judge this is not his trial he just goes before the judge and the recommendation that was made because there are recommendations that are made there's a whole process set up for those recommendations the recommendation was not to release him there's a SMP disco pre trial diversion project they handle pre trial assessment they were men recommended that he remain in custody the judge said otherwise and he was released and at the judge by the way is Chris Jean van a can I hadn't mentioned that before because I didn't know her name before but you know I know you get angry about situations like this please you know don't don't make any threats or anything if this is the kind of thing that you want to take into consideration when you vote do that but anyway so the woman the victim in this she's back on TV today and she's just she's crying I mean she's really she's living in fear she's afraid and now she says she's going to move out of San Francisco she is a free and I get that so one of the things that I'm wondering here is because that release was made so quickly because of the stories that we hear from our friends and our neighbors on a daily basis about crimes that they witness are crimes that they are victims of on the street San Francisco every day is a city of San Francisco paying enough to attention to public safety it is their number one priority are they watching what they are doing eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight oh eight oh eight ten I mean does this mean anything to them with a budget they have here's another email I'm going to get your calls in just a second sort of go anywhere but here's a another email and this is from Robert Robert is I think he's in Montana but he says you mentioned how fast the budget of our city is he says the state of Montana the entire state of Montana has a ten point three billion dollar annual budget the city and county of San Francisco has a twelve point three billion dollar budget more than the entire state of Montana which is vastly larger than the city of San Francisco but it's not a very populous state still I mean let's say it seems like they've got the money let's put that money into public safety and public safety comes in a love the different ways public safety is helping the people who are homeless public safety means getting treatment for the people who are suffering from addictions public safety needs protecting people from the crimes before their perpetrated and when a crime is perpetrated when the crimes are happening in broad daylight having a sufficient number police officers on the street so the rest can be made that's what public safety is and it's more than that but that's a part of what public safety is and I wonder does the city of San Francisco pay enough attention to public safety eighty eighty eight ten the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten let's see let's go to Ellen Ellen is calling from San Francisco Ellen hi welcome to KGO hi how are you this afternoon I'm well thank you well and how much you I'm doing good I'm a native sentences cannon watching on the news the last few nights this young lady that suffered an attack you know and you know just trying to get into a home it's very sad I feel that public safety here in San Francisco is out of control at this point the number of homeless people that we have a car breaking and people being attacked on the street and I'm also a retired nurse and so I've done some psych nursing and we're gonna have to open the institutions again and we just there is just no other way they're going to have to open this does the state run institutions and also I have to take it to the ballot to take conservatorship over some of these people yeah because a lot of them don't have any family they don't have anyone and if we can get conservatorship to say you can't be out there you know without any help that you have to you have to accept help in the city were more than willing to do that but they just cannot be out there just roaming around on their own not good for them and it's not good for the people they encounter is not good for anybody really dumb and our city is getting such a bad reputation for themselves I am I mean here's this thousand dollars worth of jewelry and money stolen the other night on a ride when he was in town in Paris went on the city and so we're we're not doing enough which is not done and it is true yeah I'm glad you mentioned the car break ins because that's just reached epidemic proportions as well back to the ballot to say we want to forget misdemeanor we wanted to be that would be again because they think that it's open season because it's been reduced to a misdemeanor it's just like well no problem I I can break into your car because nothing's going to happen to me and that young man that attack that young lady going into our apartment building yeah back out on the streets again I mean look at what happened not stable and then they need better security I know that she's paying money to live in that building but the young lady that was a security guard they need a man there I'm and they just do they need strong line and so she with a little help when this woman was struggling because without her help I don't know if she would have been able to get away and get into her building without him getting I was just terrible so let me let me ask you this Ellen the I I agree with you on conservatorship and I agree with you on opening those institutions again of course there have to be changes made the reason they were closed in the first place was because of all the abuses that were taking place there but there wasn't anything then that was erected in its place they didn't improve efficient it up on the streets how do we who's got the political will to get this going to get this on the ballot governor or what we're going to have to do it first at the local level they this is the only solution right hand man take it to the governor yeah why maybe we can be an example for the whole country to say that you know because to get the people homeless people off the street we have to provide care for them yeah every city across the country we'll be just filled written dirty street people defecating urinating in the streets everywhere now it is sad to and so we don't want that to happen we want to do something that's constructive Ellen thank you what I love about your phone call is providing potential solutions for this and I I think you're absolutely right this is something we have to jump on we need to get local public officials to start taking this up and we should be appealing on a state level we should be putting together a ballot measure that will deal with some of these issues and that will re open these institutions the perhaps can help those individuals and conservatorship is a major part of it as well eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight oh eight oh eight ten let's go to Mary Mary's calling from Oakland merry hi welcome to KGO I live in Oakland and I think the problem is this lack of police the sheriff wins a mere she said she was going to be the crime mayor but he's right crime tripled it wasn't any drug dealing Alice drug dealing and the police said I quote I'm quoting and they said we will come out the drug we know you know it used to be worse than that I mean it wasn't that long ago when in order to balance their budget they cut police officers out of the force and of course crime started going right back up and now I think they're short in terms of their staffing and in terms of the number of police in Oakland I think they're having trouble recruiting new officers and they don't take down reports they'll say come on site and I'll talk to you they don't write down anything well within the patrol but they never do and that's part of the problem it's is indeed becoming bolding the criminals have become involved right they have and you know that too from walking down MLK Boulevard where you've got child prostitution is taking place right there on the Boulevard and everybody will tell you that everybody knows about it so if you know about it and you know where it is it seems like that would be the easiest way to shut it down but it doesn't get shut down so I I believe the show next I will be voting for her anybody but her yeah well you know what we do need more police on the streets of always said that the presence of police on the streets are a deterrent and then the other thing is people advocate for neighborhood policing you can't do that if you don't have enough police you can't do neighborhood policing so then you have police officers coming into your neighborhood have no idea who you are who belongs to doesn't belong what should I be looking out for who should I be looking out for who should I be watching out for you don't know but if you have enough police officers then the police officers become a part of the community people know who they are their X. they expect their presence they're more likely to work with and communicate with them and yeah trust them eighty eighty a tennis the telephone number eight oh eight oh eight ten thank you so much Mary let's see let's go to Nicholas Nicholas is calling from Santa Rosa Hey Nicolas welcome to KGO so yeah I like to go to Serra how to us ever just go but lately with everything going on it's just a quick roll the dice you now I mean your eyes are probably better at a casino then they are about getting your car broken into who wants to start a fun day or night like that in addition at night a little research you this year I used to feel really safe I mean I could be in the general and one in the morning as my run in someone's right then or someone a little high but now with the different levels of that that scary ness and because in the tenderloin you do have more of a police presence are the police ignoring the people who may want to do you harm no I don't think so I just think it's the masses however there is an interesting thing speaking of the tenderloin there was a recently major arrests there of about thirty hunt during the nationals and this was all these Donald Trump and was done pretty quiet I I I haven't heard mention okay GL they're probably out of the country by now these were guys that were living in Oakland they were taking the bar nightly and this is been done for years and they infiltrated used to major Latino gangs that run use nationals and you know that animal out for the Donald and the email he put fifteen prosecutors on this case for a year or so or not just this case on the tenderloin as quiet because I haven't heard about it I don't know anything about it and I pay attention to hear you talk about it a little more yeah well you know what I will see if I can find out more about it so that I can speak about it and I appreciate you bringing it to my attention yeah people are from other areas do come into a place like San Francisco to perpetrate crimes a variety of crimes and for a variety of reasons well for one thing it's like the bank robber said you know why do you rob banks because that's where the money is well that's why drug dealers may come into San Francisco because that's where the people are and that's with the tourists are that's why certain criminals come into San Francisco to target people here because there are people on the streets all the time because that's where the people are that's where the.
"jean van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lowered its price target to one hundred ninety one dollars highlighting what they say is negatively skewed risks and lingering demand as well as cash concerns. I think the better sentiment around the stock still with us be safely benches. Gene, Munster legs Craig Trudell joining us here in New York Craig, I'm looking at analyst recommendations sometimes left, it's an amazing job because it shows that negative that the sole rating hasn't increased that much in terms of the red borough meta that on the golf, but has plummeted is the price in the yellow line. Look how much the chaperone. Prices declined and tesla Leslie, you're looking at the twelve month price targets. Wait and keeping pace with that, all we starting to see Keith anticipate that catching up. At some point, I think that's spread as you can see from the chart suggests that for all the piling on that we've seen the last few days, we may be still have some more to go that there are still some, some folks on the street, who are too high with, with the stock, and, and that's problematic. Just given what the city group analysts said this morning, that sentiment is a real problem right now the big concern that he flagged and that Morgan Stanley flag that ever chorus flagged all these analysts who have stepped up to, to, to raise concerns about this name is demand. This is a company that was having real production problems. Last year this year. The, the big story is delivery and not being able to sell as many model threes. And as you know, maybe Elon Musk sort of suggested there was demand out there for and the model S and model. Extra little bit long in the tooth and very expensive. And that's causing real problems for for deliveries. And, and you know what has everybody's sort of freaking out about this company right now? Jean? Yeah. And he's saying gosh, in away that too early to the policy. We haven't seen damone for easy. Catch a saturating the market to agree with that is going to play towards the strength. Eventually, it will. And I think it's important to stress that I am a believer in tesla. I think that they will in fact, turn the corner and capture what will be a juicy growth curve, Iran electrification vehicles one or two percent today globally. Eventually it's going to be a hundred percent but twenty nine hundred is going to be a difficult year. That demand question is quite critical. They're going to miss their numbers, their target. Everyone knows that but I want to really focus in on what's happened in the last three weeks around the story is that the stock is down twenty-seven percent is down twenty four percent since may fifth when Trump tweeted twice about twenty five percent tariffs. So there has been an acceleration on a downturn in this stock based on what's happened in the last few weeks. You mentioned analysts have largely not changed their opinion. The reason why the stock has dropped is ultimately this gets back. The demand is that the China piece is now more in question. And I think that there is risk this is different than apple. I think. There is risk that Tesla's our tariff toy into China in separately. I think that there can be some consumer backlash against the, the China brand, but China is probably about two. It was expected to be about a quarter of the sales for this here. If that number gets down to twelve percent then there's going to be a little bit more dramatic miss. And I think it's investors getting comfortable with that China risks that is really thrown the stock in new a tale. Tailspin more recently has it fallen far enough. Gene, I'm looking at a news story just being posted by Donna Hall with analyst Adam Jonas, once again from Morgan Stanley being quoted saying, overruled, tesla is no longer seen as a gross story, seymour's a distressed credit on restructuring story. The near term. I don't know the next three weeks two to six months. I don't know what the stock I think it's going to be a difficult year. I think the stock could treat lower during that time I think that this is not a distress. Doc story. I think that this company, there's just so much emotion around people who are following this, I think stepping back from the emotion is, there's the electrification there's an ton of meat piece that I think are very important. And I think that ultimately with all of its flaws, I think that this is not a distressed company. They have this. Recent raise of cash is two point seven billion that will get them an extra two years of runway at about three hundred thousand annual run. Right, which is essentially the revised estimates now. So this is not distressed means you're at risk of going out of business in the next year. And this is not at risk of going out of business. Looking at Tesla's free cash flow that Craig, you'll perspective on the autonomous part of the equation. We had I was speaking to the knee. Amount of yesterday, who was talking about how some of the safety records and autonomy. It makes it unfathomable, but we're going to get those robo taxis in the next year or so what does the tournaments question from your perspective? Right. I think you heard Jeanne talk about the, the concern of China, another one that, that, that I'll maybe throw out there. That's also come into play and help sort of fuel, the, the selling has been this issue of another fatal crash in a tesla involving autopilot where the NTSB came out with a preliminary report last week. It was very similar to an incident a couple years ago, in model s where a semi truck was crossing the road and the tesla didn't pick up on it and person was killed. And so, you know, Elon Musk has has tried to sort of take people's attention away from demand, and the delivery issues at the company has been having and talk about this, this future of robo taxis, and he's really sort of undercut. Cut in terms of being able to make the case that, you know, we're, we're on the verge of this robo taxi future, when it's sort of a case of deja vu, all over again of, of someone tragically dying in an incident involving autopilot Jean van quickly has got to be more transparent. I think he just needs to be more judicious about what he says, and said better expectations at the core and unlikely we're going to get that anytime soon. So whatever he says, dial it back by forty percent and that's probably the right answer. Nice chain crazy. We thank you still ahead. 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"jean van" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"S nineteen Ninety-one at C, you you that was more than eight to ten years ago. Hi. And you knew when it was in. All I remember it. Yeah. It's amazing. So why is it that? Meteorologists have a crystal clear memory of what happened before whenever before happened to be well because they're following their a to Amir antennas up. I mean, there's somebody there where it's like human nature anything that you're interested in they have a keen awareness of it. You know, the history of it where you are now and what's going to happen teacher. I was just curious about that. And when think about your own self trivia. Yeah, I would say how many years you've been trivia how many years you've been doing trivia, I've been doing always interested in it. I mean, we you, you know, you're just it now, and you get a follow up to the future. It's something you like do you do for a living? Your awareness is up on it. How true I I was I was watching an episode of leave it to beaver the other day. And I always read credits. And there was a name that had never jumped out at me before. Lumpy Rutherford narc close. Yeah. Do you know who played MRs referred, no magical Barrett from Star Trek saying no way really nurse chapel. And lock Santa Troy, and the voice of the computer Machu. Barrett was lumpy. Mom. Wow. And you go and I saw in an earlier episode two weeks ago, and Jean van de Paul who was the voice of women Flintstone play. So that's great. You learn when you re credits, and these sorts of things always leap off the screen at me because I'm one of those weird geeks that follow us love trivia style. Yeah. So there you go. Let me certainly around this. It's great. Let me take my break and invite anyone else wants to Carl end is roughly about fourteen fifteen minutes left with Mr. Mark Rosenthal here on weekend live overnight until three thirty give us a call. And Michael talk weather with you time and temperature twelve forty five thirty eight degrees..
"jean van" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"I would love to have the ovine THEO von would be awesome. I would like to have Rappaport again by now you guys kind of hate him. I lost a lot of followers. He's he's gone off. I don't even by the way. I don't care because I like him I like him too. I don't really give deepen. But we agree with you on that. And the hilarious thing is I lost a lot of followers after that. I can't believe you had him on don't give shit a person's a person. Again, nothing will prove my point further talk about anything political. Yeah. But was. But here's my point further than I don't care who voted for like don't try to jam it down my throat, and we didn't talk about anything like that. I'd love to have report back on. I don't really care about losing social media followers. Just don't like whatever Twitter. Great burn into the ground. I don't get it. He's I think that that day. I lost maybe eight thousand Twitter followers. Over the course of that week when that aired, and it was just like, whatever the avant. Theo von would be good would be greats. And then look the end all be always Rogan. And I think there's a shot with that. When Matt's book comes out, whether it'll be just Matt or me and mad. I don't know either way like see one of us get on there. Talking about Matt best might one of my best friends whose whose book is coming out. And it's looking like fourth of July can give you that info? Now. We got our last round of notes. Maybe two days before the Christmas break so ran around the. I don't want to say that twenty-first somewhere in there that should be all tallied up and February. So I don't I don't see a reason why that wouldn't come out around fourth of July. It's it's about a five month window for promotion and all that other stuff. I'd love to cap off the year. In December with a movie that would be great. I always I've always shot movies in December. What do you think? Right now. And I had this talk with maybe three or four close friends. I think a look rescue sixteen would be amazing. Those guys are too busy. It's it's it's too impossible to get everybody scheduled for that the secret range fifteen. I think to do a soldier came home that movie within the movie the life shoot the fakes fake lifetime movie of Jean van and ham would be fucking hilarious. And then doable. As well. Where I don't need all of the parties involved. I just need to like maybe Jared, Jack, right? In those guys. And I think that that and maybe like Danica Molly from TV right? I think I like the direction of a lot of the videos and shows that vet TV's doing in particular that that's that one with Jack Mandeville they shot like an office style version of what it's like to be on a military base. And it was really really grates really well done. And I believe they got one of the directors of the office to do it. And. Yeah. It was really fucking good Jack. Is that funny, and I enjoyed Danica Malik to I get along with him in real life. Like, he's a is a great, dude. So like, I think that's something. That's doable. Doesn't require everybody's schedules. Right. I can directed great. If you want to pop in and do a few days awesome. And then December is always a great time to shoot movies shot. I wanna say. Six or seven movies in December simply because it's towards the end of the year Cruz who want to work or actually people want to work. They wanna make money for Christmas. All the actors TV schedules are done they're done shooting. So they'll pop in and do a day. I think that would be awesome. That would be cool..
"jean van" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"The magic of Santa live. There's a gigantic picture on the box of what it is. So there's nothing like driving home and seeing that gigantic thing. But here's why I want to give the mailman shot out with with the bike. He put it face down on the porch. So it was a non. Script box possums. And even I didn't know. Sometimes good move from work and. This giant box. I turned it over on the other side. I mean was was a full ten by ten foot picture of this bike, you know, like thank God. Yeah. Give him a shout out. And I don't know. Because again, we've we were talking about doing the cleaning. I don't know if we think Greg in Kayla pillow. From the city of New York police department my gosh, no. I don't know if we ever think because we moved. We've had all this shit and stories we're Finally I feel like we're we're finally starting to feel moved in and like a home. I feel like we're. Yeah. We've crossed that bridge here. It's been about five or six months, and but I got pregnant and had a new board in that time. Exactly still. But I also got this amazing Jean van in ham. Patch that is this is my entire unit Radi. Sign for that. Do you know that they send it like? Stirred so good. It's really good. Look if you're watching the video show, Greg in Kyla Patillo love you guys. I don't know when this was sense out. No, there's a date on September twenty fourth. No that. Well, here's the thing. No that we'd just moved into our house. Our child was born. Four weeks earlier family in town on that stuff. But I did not forget about you. And I wanted to give you a shout out as well. These are fucking awesome. I I love NYPD, by the way every time. I go to New York to me like fucking bad rap, man. But they're always like great in nice in like, and they do things in a manner of which that's so New York that you're just like. Visteon? Yes. And so the mice fucking with the bullshit like their officiant. One grazie New York. NYPD? Story is awesome. It's so New York. It's great. Gra give my laughter drink of water story. So I go into my father passed away right in New Jersey. And I had to go pick up the ashes and all that stuff. Well, I had I had a meeting in New York, and I had this car this rental car because I was only going to be in New York for the day. And then I was going to drive back to New Jersey to the house in jersey and stay there and just chill out for a little bit. I went to school there, then you obviously, but I never took a car there, which I don't recommend anyone taking a car in New York City. If you're going to live there for any extended period of time. So I'd never driven through the streets of of New York. To be real with you. And I'm put in his address on the GPS, and I'm driving through the streets. And it takes me right through Times Square during like, oh, gosh you clock sunny day a million tourists. I don't know where I'm going. I'm trying to follow this GPS getting a wrong lane apparently for bicyclists or pedestrians like I could have killed thirty people share and a New York PD up circles up, right?.
"jean van" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Because they're the exact same. They were fucking idiots. And they were like man, I just we don't know if this redneck thing is going to do much in the world, and literally it was less than a year later that that blue collar comedy tour came out and dominated and made a billion dollars all of their endeavors, and they were like we were definitely wrong about that super sorry. But it was too late. But I had already had the taste at that point with my production company and producing shit. I was like great. I'll take the rest of money and McDonnell dockings Mallika terrorism. So I made that and started making all this other shit afterwards. And I don't I mean, I haven't really addition for anything in like fuck, man. Eight years, maybe nine I don't even know. I can't even tell you. How long it is? And it was worth it. But it's move. It's hard as fuck. So. But anything in this world is hard. So it's not just this. It's any company, but it was that one meme that was the one that did it for me. Will Shirley have you ever been lost in the wilderness? If so explain please. Yes, I was as a child was lost in a Big Sur actually with my cousin. Bobby, Bobby Patterson? The two of us would just two kids skipping along the river, and we were camping. Out for the night with all of our family, and we got lost. And they call in like, the Mounties, whatever the fuck you. Call them up in the woods and. The bare patrol or whatever. And then I guess where we were gonna eat my bears or raped by bears or whatever. But man, we were lost for fucking hours. And they found us. Brought us back to safety safety. So. Yeah that really happened. Dylan Lopez why doesn't. The Y in kayak have an accent over it until day. The letter y never makes an ice sound in kayak. You're looking for like an ladder until day. I completely agree with that. I don't know. And that's a great question. Also, it's Pailin room. So kayak spelled backwards and forwards still kayak. So let that one terrorize your mind for the rest of the evening. Bobby Rizza, would you ever direct to porn and if so who would start in? Yes, Bobby is I would and the reason being is I would still like to make there was a movie within the movie and range fifteen called a soldier came home. And there's a joke in that movie and range fifteen about Jean van and Emma having a twenty seven minutes sex scene. I would like to shoot the actual movie soldier came home with Jean van and ham shoot the twenty seven minutes sex scene, but shoot it as a real life porn with a stunt. Double. Obviously is my wife would never let me do it. And then put it up on porno for free and just let people watch that. So. Have somebody else play gene Bannon him and then fuck appoint star direct it and then put that up on porn hub for free. And have it be a part of that movie? So where you would watch soldier came home on Amazon, her items or whatever. And then at the end of the movie, it would tell you hang then go to porn, hav and watch the full twenty seven minutes sex scene there, and then it would actually be there. Oh, and who would star in it? Did it would be? I would probably get James Dean. I guys got a fucking hammer on him. He would be the dude. Chick wise. Look there's a ton of point stars. Like, I'm not picky on that. But James Dean I think's got a hammer on them. I'd like to see him pull that hog out and destroy some Poon Aaron chestnuts. We all know, you love Wellington brewery. Yes, my favorites..
"jean van" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"That's an honest answer. Dead serious. Rocky d would junior would you go pheasant hunting with us? If not you try to do a podcast with Nieves gaming. I don't know who need Nieves gaming is first of all I'm not big into video games. Not because I don't think they're great or whatever. It's just. Too time consuming, and I've always focused on writing. If I was playing video games, a pri- wouldn't get anything done pheasant hunting. I haven't been in years, man. I think the last time I went was in high school. Yeah. I look I'd give it a go. I'd rather go hunt deer something like that something I could eat that night. I had some fresh access here with Matt best while I was at his house, and that was some of the most delicious meat on the planet. I'd rather go like unfor- deer elk to be honest with you. But yes. So that's my answer. Let's switch it to dear Elkin down pheasant hunting. I don't know what you're gonna do with that to be honest with him. It's fun. But I don't know what you're gonna do with it Harry Kelly. It's my birthday. Can I get a birthday shout out from Jean van and Hampshire kin Harry? Hey, Mr Kelly, this is Jean van dam. I wish myself happy birthday. Instead of you could let's face it. I deserve it more. Harry. Andrew ball from stateside Baca love Andrew fucking great. How did you meet Jared know them and how the podcast started met Jared? Through an Email actually through a mess. Message on Facebook. He had watched FDR American bad ass on net. Flicks him, and I think Rocco and some other people were in his garage. And he said do this is the funniest movie ever. We've got this movie range fifteen we love to direct directed. And can I send it to you? We're a bunch of military veterans, and we're trying to make this movie with all veterans and ending would be RAD. And as soon as I read the veteran thing, I was in a lot of messages about reading scripts and shit like that all the time and. I tried not to make it a practice. But then when he said, dude, I'm a veteran at the end of it was like shit. If I don't read this asshole. So I did. And and then I watched all their videos, so I watched all of Matt best videos, and obviously Jared and Rocco and those guys were m I thought they were fucking hilarious. And I was like I wasn't that crazy about this script. So I look I'm not crazy about the script. But I could rewrite this for you to help you get this to a place of of what I think you really want and El Paso and stay with Jared for week and worked on the scripts and metal those guys, and it was fucking awesome. And we became best friends instantly the podcast can happen. Shortly thereafter, right after making the movie, maybe. We had. We'd all chatted, and we were already on this group message text. For a long time anyways. And after that was Jared or had recognized the podcasts world, and I had sat with them. And I said, hey, man, have you guys thought about doing this like we had, but it didn't really work, and we didn't have a moderator to steer the conversation. So. I was like man, I think I could be that guy for you. And do this and help with interviews and all that shit. So kind of all of us together did it, and then men that exploded pretty quickly so much. So that we did the Ross Patterson revolution. After that. Just because I knew that there was a giant appetite for it. And I enjoy doing podcasts that much. So that's kind of how all of that started Andrew and to thank you. Thank you for for having us that you're an affiliate army navy game. Fucking awesome state. Stateside is one of my favorite vodkas on the planet. Right now. John Templeton is there any plans in the future for another veteran movie. You have more than anyone connections in Hollywood to our story. Yes. Again, man, I would love to I would love to make rescue sixteen or the janitor one of these movies..
"jean van" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"For twenty five dollars for free. And then this bag ships for free. And I was like, oh, I guess I'll do that. So I pulled out in ten, Joe of pounds that stuff in this blue southwest back, it isn't blazoned southwest trying letters and looks like the fucking wing of the plane. A perfect size. Perfect size fits the right amount of stuff materials actually. Surprisingly nice and it's lasted. So we moved all of our stuff in storage for few months while the house has got inner change, and I had to go on like six different flights and I had to carry this southwest travel bags. It was the only thing I had. Why one of this? One like old school high state one. And again, they said it was sold out when this urban Meyer controversy struck up the things on my feeds. Like when I when you go to pages again, if you search anything ever, they'll come back and find you buy this now until you buy until you buy it. Those two items that I had searched for two years ago popped up and said, hey, these are these are available now on sale. You can buy them now, and I was just like, assuming that Ohio State was disgraced or something like that or whatever. And it was, I think, two in the morning I was up. I was up writing and I say this Friday night and I looked not only were both of these things available for sale. They were cut in half and I was like fucking by these right now. Are they purposely holding these things back like shoes and shit like that? I think, and I've always told you that, but I think why does it and like it really quiet voice like that because I've said about censorship. You worried somebody's gonna stop, you know what's going on. Yeah. No, I've said that like I think even like fighter in the kid their shirts, like I'm like, there's no way that sold. Oh, but I want it because it's sold out. So I feel like sometimes then we make a certain number sheriff because of print issues. I can say this definitely with girls shoes and stuff like that. Like they I for sure think that they do that. Got you. So even though it's not, and that's what I think with with some of these because I'm looking at these nineteen Nike. Why is this shit sold out? This is make any sense. No reason why should know like for fighter in the kid that's a probably making one hundred shirts or whatever. Like look for Jean van and ham shirts, a great example. We did it for charity. We did two runs for charity. You only at a certain amount well, because pay for them front. So what you're worried about is paying all these shirts and then have any getting him. Yeah. Well, or having too much inventory where it's just like shit paid all this money and they're just sitting on the shelf. I didn't know how many we're going to sell. Each sold out and one was twenty seven minutes. I think the next one was like forty two minutes, and but I didn't know also what a ordered more. So I I have a hard time believing that with Nike. Yeah, I just I don't think they do that type of shit. But I don't know. And for those you out there because I've gotten a lot of messages came in, I didn't get it on the first Jean van and ham shirts. Will they be back? Yes, we're going to do a run after thanksgiving. So black Friday, we'll do a huge run of Jean Bannon ham shirts. Stock them up. Yeah, for Christmas or whatever, and you can enjoy yourself, you can y'all Jabes. Okay. But with all the conspiracy going on in the world today, the conspiracy theories. One thing that we have in this cruel dark world that is not conspiracy based is your crime corner crying..
"jean van" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Be there all right moving clock flyer jean van rims dyke is in on five years what does that mean for him the flyers end wasn't mean point simmons well no i think it's our place there well it's right there in the same spot right and so run actual said the draft is i'm going to try to sign him think it's going to be hard now i mean the one thing he has got some costs certainly knows what jerus is going to be for a while i know that vortex is going to be for a while the deal i'm really curious about is provo off like they got goss despair at a great number for them where's provo gonna be pro player you can see winning norris trophy yes that's going to be a big number proverbs is underrated heck of a player great against pittsburgh that one but i gotta think right now if you're wayne simmons i believe is also getting married around now it's the summer of weddings you gotta be sitting there wondering exactly what's my future here it's penguins jack johnson five year contract extension with the pens matt cullen who says you can't go home again you can go home again as many times want several times back with your mother on a one year deal i think there's more common but we've already talked about trade with you mentioned castle that sheree deal that one was coming that was a good pickup for buffalo like contrary good workmanlike guy i think pittsburgh's still got more to do we haven't heard the end of the penguins and jen rather for lakes invest when it's quiet and it is quiet right you have thought of the jack johnson we're talking about columbus another going through a rough time i know people didn't like what toward l aside i like that he stood up for his team comes going through a rough time these you read into anything about what jack john's road oh i wasn't trying to say that about the this is this is what i think happened okay this is me talking here so pittsburgh is getting destroyed for this contract and rutherford was trying to spin and you spun into a place he shouldn't have gone to and you know what happens is sometimes people forget the stuff goes everywhere you think you're talking to pittsburgh reporters a not and then social media you're going everywhere he's saying well you know it's not that bad contract as there's something here we know that nobody else does mrs it and then it gets back to columbus in their furious that's what i think happened there saturday sharks jumbo's back for another year thomas hurdle for four more yeah i like the hurdle signing that's a good signing you know i heard san jose's offered a virus was around thirteen times seven and he left a lot of money he definitely left money on the table what did him in the aging core and the main police corps was younger and a window to win was well tha varas made it very clear that he wanted to be in toronto i think by the number took in toronto that was something they're like i had heard this saturday night that it was between toronto and san jose and diverse sit on the sunday that that was wrong it was toronto or the owners you know one of the things i do think i'm curious to ever ask him is that one player told me that there were some players who plan on the west coast said when you played in new york you do not understand how easier travel is compared to the west coast teams and i wonder if that was factor i don't think san jose did anything wrong i think the younger is opposed to older was a deal i think the being from toronto was deal i think the travel was a deal i think san jose kick tires on carlson eric after they didn't virus that didn't work but i don't think it's gonna work there but i think that's still a really good team and i think doug wilson does something else saint louis blues tyler bosak in chad johnson david baron returns robby fabbri resigned and.
"jean van" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"They also are like let's take a woman's name olive and make it a woman's name olivia asiya yeah he could have been really just an hour dan you you said in in a chain on our we have a little app of comedian zone phone comedians texting each other called banter if you have a downloaded downloaded super fun but dan you said that if they ever there was a strip club put into a garden i called olives garden i love that justin and jordan garten so that's their last names tended upon dairy cow why they go to olive guard there are so close learn arkansas natives who grew up going to olive guard when you say orcas i natives you mean brother and sister now look at these two love bread sticks in love their kids album he's a ginger he said jean van she looks interesting cool i love the ornate do according to jordan garden is that a wedding photo is that just them hanging up again the high because he he is seeking a busy bosie 100 percent wage leia during an saurav an island way can he not grow the most asher is he purposely going um i shall narrowly harmlessly her ashley irish strap it up a loved facet as chancellor having an season from jordan she said i am only one third generation on my dad's crime only the third generation sorry to on my dad side to be born in america okay i actually i'm starting to have a problem with these people okay.
"jean van" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit
"But about a year after the movie came out i was at one of the common shops in the area and daves which is still open just in a new location at he does is to this day he will keep like eight months worth of comebacks on the show on a shelf yeah um shag will tell you that that's bad and if you've never listened to hit a professor order been talking about the mechanics of a common shop you rimini to track down by could episode but i but i got this the one shot in the four issues just off the shelf in i'm really light all one that was written what are the stories is writ by jean van meter energy to save us not to save this is the only thing she's known for because she has a writer her meriva she's mary greg rakha uh so is gonna need to see some of her early stuff is it's funny because he can abreu big in combacks with white out from early purse yet which i think came around running are on the same time i remember seeing ads for that and maybe queen in country around yet waning every other thing is when country spun out of white out uh but it's just it's it was this the comics and unfortunately there in a place that i am that are inaccessible to me right now so itn's yet i really wanted to vote the logistics of me doing that and my life right now at though they they they could even go get coffee together with that uh but it's just it's like one of those things where.
"jean van" Discussed on If I Were You
"And we are back the house snl this year it was great who is your favorite host and you can't say because a is favoritism yeah are easily laos leading let me ask you a different question what was like like hawking out the laws of you calmed the rock now dekom rocky a call mr johnson really very cool and he's come into your all derided johnson he's he's very chill he's cool as he charismatic yet extremely so it does it seem fake at all you like like he wants to know the name of even if it pa fake it's so good either so good drink wear hopefully that the good cleared so get out of here yeah is there do you have a fund rock story or like just a small anecdote as site i don't have a followed i have a fun is story okay go ahead uh hopefully he's cool with me talking about the seat we is sketch mike in i wrote a sketch with him where he played like a chucky cheese oh yeah the member on icban singer in the animatronic ban is his name was pepi ronnie benasing like annoying songs about pizza okay and oic pepperoni yeah yeah and he sent me like i wanna say 75 audio messages of him singing pizza songs in the voice like dan jean van some p and they were coming in so fast like they were coming in one every 45 for like an hour her like an hour and then more the next day after the sketch aired to yeah i think he's emmys of next week.