18 Burst results for "Jeff Cohen"
"jeff cohen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Mean to hang upon apologize, Val. I thought you were done. I gotta snag another one of my boys is Jeff Cohen. My brother. How are you there? Moria, Griff. Now, are you sure? Smart couple things I need to ask you before today. That procedure Thiss Week, Jeff before we get into your kind this year. I wanted I didn't touch. Basically, Jeff has a wholesale business and he has small mystery Delhi. I've been going there for 20 years. We've been friends that long. Does that offer any hope at all? What the governor did yesterday. By allowing you at 50%. Does it offer any hope, sir? Inside my deli were small. Not really made for some restaurants. I would say yes problem is is Normal times. They're not stabbing fire 80%. They're not making money any. You know what? I talked to a bunch of guys. They cut so much staff that they're actually meant money. A 25%. They are no one's work. And and it's, uh, unless businesses come back somewhat, like admire infidelity. You steps to me. This is people come over for lunch, okay? And now I mean it's manly construction people. No, I've been a couple of times. It's sparse moment. And then you get video for about 45 match and then the rest of day is a struggle. And you let me say this year. 50% is a lot better than 45 hopefully left at reception today I would tell you, they open up 100%. You would have more than 56% people coming anyhow. So wouldn't you know, this is so low? It could be a slow burn. Hang hang in there. Hold hold through the break when you angle. Sure I can. Absolutely my boy my close friend Bobby, Ca Preta renowned doctor, by the way. He's right again. Hotel still can't have weddings in the That's bad. In fact, my I don't even want to get into what happened to my cousin Bo. And the Ace Hotel. Ridiculous. I'll be right back. Traffic.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on The EcomCrew
"To our websites ray We see traffic comes from Amazon and we lose traffic from our website to Amazon. So it's part of the overall ecosystem and the customers if you provide really good products. And you build a strong brand customers will seek you out and you don't need to do the things that are tricky to try to violate since one of the ones I don't want to go through all of them people can read all these online but one of the ones that I think is interesting that a Lotta people get tripped up on is including your url in your logo. and. A lot of people feel like, well, you know a lot of people went name their company whether dot. com. Right. If they could argue with Amazon is not my your, it's my company name. Their explicit in here saying logos if they contain or display to your website. So contain, which means if it has the word dot com, it contains a link to your website, right? So. Again. You can sit here and argue. But the number of people that we still see sending images that include their their url email addresses, phone numbers, coupons links to to their Amazon store are still pretty high, and so we're going through we believe that we have a bit of an obligation to our customers, and so we're going to go through and we're going to obviously make changes to our tool that bring us into. Compliance with all of the things right like. So right now you can add an Emoji using our text editor. We're going to remove the EMOJI ability in our text editor, but we're also going to go through and and try to help identify troubled emails and give our customers kind of a heads up and say, Hey, you have emojis in your emails you should get rid of them. We can identify you have a Jeff you should pull your jeff out. We see a phone number get rid of your phone number. It's not our job to do that but we do believe that it's part of the community. It's our job to help our customers.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on X96
"Dr Anthony Fauci says that he thinks Brad Pitt did a great job of portraying him on Saturday Night Live during an interview on Telemundo the doctor the good doctor Fauci who's seventy nine happily said well I think he did great I mean I'm a great fan of Brad Pitt and that's the reason why when people ask me who I would like to play me I mention Brad Pitt he's one of my favorite actors and I think he did a great job he did now felt she was quite pleased with the skin he said on the the Telemundo show he was most impressed with bit for thinking health care workers I think he showed you know these are really classy guy at the end of it when he took off his hair and he thanked me anything to our healthcare workers so so not only is he a great actor but he is actually a very classy person when asked if pips skip reflected his true feelings felt she chuckled that that and slightly said everything he said on SNL is what's going on he did a pretty good job of putting everything together that's an indoor show room that's it this is why I laugh it hi this is boy I know people love this show the Goonies they they all got reunited the cast of the Goonies on Josh gad's new YouTube live series reunited apart why do you say kinda well they weren't all in the same room or anything and they kind of got together with that's that's like a conference call and makes news yeah as a fundraiser for the center for disaster philanthropy he that gadwall going to zoom to connect with the beloved eighties films and hire surviving cast Sean Astin Josh Brolin Jeff Cohen you know trunk Corey Feldman Kerry green Martha Plimpton key way Kwan and Robert Davi also Joe Pantoliano what's more there were gas Poppins from story writer executive producer Steven Spielberg screenwriter Christopher Columbus theme song singer Cyndi Lauper who who happen to be sellable after some technical difficulties and Richard Donner who happen to be celebrating his ninetieth birthday and when he when he directed that I forgot Richard Aylmer directed gad noted that the presentation was the first and possibly last reunited apart show that he's doing but even if it is only one episode it will go down as one of the best nostalgically ups of the quarantine area jury that Richard Richard Donner if you read further on in the article he Richard Donner was exhausted after filming that mature because it's a bunch of screaming kids yeah which was how I felt after I saw the movie I was exhausted because it was nothing but screaming kids for two hours hi I guess you if you if you're of a certain age all of the love the love that movie might I didn't see it until it I saw it as an adult this might affect was just a couple three or four years ago so you don't be love it no I I went this move well first of all it's kind of a mess it's just a mess it's like all over the place.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"A close friend Joe to Emily in the middle this mayhem and madness my close friend Jeff Cohen from Smallman street deli I'm doing retail meat boxes home in Delhi to go box have to do something to stay alive smallness retelling Joe Tambellini in the same conundrum as every everyone the hospitality industry as my friends in the hotel business Hey Joe I have a friend who runs the district hotel he's the only one in the building all day and all night it's like the shining seriously it's scary man that's right I mean you got to go do what you gotta do you know at this point it's you know you just got it you got to stay relevant man you got to stay relevant so what are you doing are you throwing some fish fry together so we are doing the family fish fry tonight yeah like I said the other day the the bishop said we were you know they had to close his bound that we didn't work what we had a great response last week and I can tell you are the killer facing what is going on over there Blaney little seafood combo but some fried shrimp crab cake and and fried fish things are you gonna boil too because you know look you can get the job you during office so you know we at my point over mia Madre just put some on Facebook about it he said I just went in my refrigerator and I swear it said what the hell do you want now so so so tell us how folks get hooked up for the fish fry how does that work so we have our menu on the we have our menu on the on on Facebook okay the judge the family restaurant we have the menu on Joe's of family dot com and they can call the restaurant and did just give a call we'll have them ready for you and again we'll try we're open for a nice day we've been doing is popping the doors opened and keeping everything sanitized lot of people are bringing their own patterns of the use of a credit card real smart move on there and not you know so you're not you're not pass and turned around what package it up and and and and have it ready for you to go just walk in and pick it up you call the restaurant will pre order and will be our start at two o'clock to take preorders will start at four o'clock to eight o'clock so people be able to command real quick get a killer first there would be no I'm I'm I decided I'd like to set the bar a little higher now for the fish fry for the measure by going to our Hey Joe so we're we're trying to show just a ripple effect of this there's a guy that we both know a great plastic surgeons right he's he's twenty yards to go and as several different this they're all shut down I mean none of the employees no one's doing anything so the ripple effect of all of this is dramatic Joe dramatic Minardi it it like I said before the truck drivers the you know the former's the you know the the the the the sales people that you know I'm I'm talking to you know get in the fish for the fish fry nam ordering you know obviously I'd order a lot of fish but I can tell you the girl that I the girl I usually talk to Mike Michael rare she she thanked me up and down for ordering you know wearing sixty pounds of cargo you know it's like nothing relative right right what we usually buy in this poor girl you can do I decided that inner voice like you know she just juggle my god thank you so much and I was absolutely heart you don't think about you tell me about the the the the sales people you don't think of that the truck drivers might seafood company ads six six Welsh they wanted down to two rounds so what about all the drivers you know I mean it it's it's it's massive whether they were going to go into your click here to for Marty thank him only fantastic fish fry tonight let's keep these businesses login please please thanks Joe thanks Marty the guardian Joe Tambellini got it seriously ma'am if you know of a restaurant you don't my buddy Joe Wyler who owns the Monticello said most customers are within three miles of any other businesses so that's in your neighborhood any restaurant like small mystery deli in the strip column USM got to we got to keep them open what you about to get parts service and collision.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
"Thanks for including me. And now are hot mic guest. He has been a media critic producer and lecturer since the nineteen eighties. He was founding director. You're an associate professor of the Park Center for independent media at my Alma Mater Ithaca College he also founded the Media Watch Group Fair in Nineteen eighty-six Jeff Cohen has produced a number of documentary movies. He's written books like Cable News confidential. And he's been a commentator on on CNN its rival Fox News as well as MSNBC OH and his columns have been published by major newspapers. Well Welcome Jeff. It's nice to have agreed to be as always add Europe. Tell us about the role of media during the writing of the Constitution. You know early. In our country's history. The media during the colonial period was mostly advertisements for for homes or farms arms or runaway slaves. Benjamin Franklin probably published the best of the colonial period. It had wonderful remarks about the need for freedom of the press. You just throw out the truth. With from views from all sides and people will get the truth out of it now he was one of our founders. But that's before American lurched into partisanship. You had the Jeffersonian for Sony and Republicans having their press and the the federalist having their own press if you read the papers of that time it's a little bit like if you watch. MSNBC and then watch fox in seventeen eighty nine. When the First Amendment was written Congress shall enact no law abridging the freedom of of the press at that time more most of them becoming propaganda rags? There was this sense that the media had been the bulwark of liberty by speaking out against the British during the run up to the revolutionary war speaking out against the stamp act against the sugar correct and they had been a backbone of liberty and what they wanted to make sure then was the press would continue to play that role of being in critical of government but it was only a matter of years before the press changed to truly a partisan press and once it did they still had the benefit of that I recommend and even then the framers of the constitution when they saw the politics of the politician being savaged. They still said look. This is the first amendment. This is a good thing and we have to remember that Hamilton. Starting partisan press in reaction to James James Madison starting at he was the first orchestrator of building a partisan press on the side of his hero. How Much Jefferson? And he was the one who wrote the First Amendment one thing thing about the constitution before we move the constitution has all this stuff about the importance of a post office and it was seen by the framers of the Constitution as as a subsidy to a free press. It's why many of us who are critics of the current day. We think there is an important role for government in subsidizing media media. Wait wait wait wait. What what what what if you look at it in? Today's dollars with the post office did for the American press was a subsidy to media billions of dollars. We think that this should say us is. Maybe we should look at Scandinavian. Some countries in Europe. Where the government's give all this money to public broadcasting casting? You WanNa start a website with your right wing left wing or centre you get a little subsidy then end up. In a world of propaganda every study don by groups like Reporters Without Borders finds that those that have the those countries that have the free press the most diversity of press also have most government subsidy of the press strongest public broadcasting and those countries are always Finland Sweden sound workable to the US. When you were speaking I was thinking of the BBC the BBC? The as I think the most trusted voice journalism. If you WANNA get a fair reading on things. It is subsidized indirectly by the government in the sense that the government has attacks on all the radios owned in Britain. But there is that there is that established precedent precedent. Yes that is in fact the argument I making that we need to look back at. What was the post office about? Two the framers. They understood it was partly a about while promoting oppress remember the debate among the framers was should newspapers go through the mail for free or should they go for a drastically reduced postage. That was the debate. It's it's an important part of history. That's not well known. I certainly didn't know it. Let's jump ahead to eighteen. Forty forty one for a minute Horace Greeley founded the New York Tribune and he introduced a concept called the editorial page. This is part of that trend and that That culminated in the early twentieth century. Objective News and journalists have ethics and journalists can't be stooges for one political party or another Another turning point is nineteen sixties when the New York Times starts the OP ED page. Which is we've got her editorial opinion Dan but on this other page opposite the editorial page here will be opinions that are different than the editors of the New York Times so that that goes Greeley one step further further and actually If you remember the start of the sixty minutes has been on television for five decades huge profit center huge ravaged center but they were very careful. Full two separate opinion journal. Oh Yeah I think when I hear people say if you do serious journalism you won't get an audience. I mean sixty minutes is one of the most profitable affable shows in the history of television and it does journalism just for a minute. Let's bring it back and talk about what I think is a special moment for media one and that actually brought the whole world together in a single moment in the nineteen sixty that you were talking about and that would have to be in July of nineteen sixty nine when Neil Armstrong strong set foot on the moon. That was a special moment for media. Don't you think Oh yeah. And it was one where television was just becoming the dominant and medium and there's just certain things television could do that. Newspapers couldn't but even when you mentioned the space program which did capture a generations generation's imagination that indeed was picked up it was partly pushed by the media itself in the sense that Walter cronkite figured out out that this is something especially suitable for broadcast media. He became almost a fanatical supporter. I have to tell you my wife and I had the pleasure of having dinner with Walter. CRONKITE back in two thousand six in Monaco And with great sadness. He lamented did that when he was delivering the Evening News. It was only to be the facts without color without opinion and a tear rolled down his face as he described the condition back in two thousand six of our media news. Well I think that it was a trend. That really began in earnest in the nineteen. Eighty s that culminated in along with the Cable News. Networks that had to fill twenty four hours of the media entertaining news no doubt but I mean the three big broadcast networks. were all taken over by different companies and they for the first this time. They demanded that the news divisions of their networks start making profits in the days of cronkite. The owners would say we're we'RE GONNA make profit in the entertainment side of our business in news you can actually cover the news and the news was actually a requirement I mean the FCC handed out bandwidth with the specific instruction that these stations had to deliver the news. They had to act in the public interest they had to have a fairness doctrine. They had to deal. Oh with issues of public importance and have more than one side so yeah. The nineteen eighties was a perfect storm of because of the deregulation bigger the bigger corporations took over the network's it led tu turning news into just another entertainment format. Now I see the argument. You're making but I'm wondering if you looked back at conservatives in that period they would have said the way the media actually treated the way the evening news actually treated Barry Goldwater in his run against Johnson. They would say it was very unbalanced and unfair. was there any truth to that back. Then when you look back at the coverage in the sixties very rarely media was middle of the road the TV network news. We prided themselves middle of the road and here you had a candidate saying extremism awesome in. The Defense of Liberty is no vice and there's no doubt that Goldwater was outside of that mainstream But the media tried to be like BBC in that Era Stuart take us back a couple of years ago. I wanted to jump in. We've been talking a bit about the twentieth century the sixties in particular accuser. We spent a lot of time talking about the formative days. Both Ed and Jeff. I was hoping to get your reflections on yellow journalism of phenomenon in the late eighteen. Hundreds the the way it got its name it came through the hearst papers but it was picked up by the others and they were starting to sell explosive journalism such as has causing the run up to the Spanish American war but how it got called yellow journalism to sell more papers they invented the comics and people liked reading the comics comics so they made the comics in color and the first color they could add to just black and white was yellow. So these papers that were printing these sensational stories about this or that bit of corruption by the government or causing the war. That sort of sensational journalism was tied with having yellow comics enhance yellow originalism. And and I think that so much of the formula there came back with Cable News. They played celebrities. You'd get a sensational story. About a celebrity Ukraine celebrity. You'd also create positive celebrities like Babe Ruth. There wouldn't be the Babe Ruth of that we remember today. Without this sense national celebrity minded media there was no golden age of media as I've studied it. There's always been too much profit. Motive as opposed to. Let's let's get the news out to inform our citizenry when we get to. What's happened in the last thirty years? I really think we're in a new era. We're in an era of news is entertainment. We're in an era where no one pretends the few people pretend to be objective and neutral and and trying to get out the facts and I'd say the era began in the eighties. And it's never been worse than during the last few years with with trump. We're GONNA take a very.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Military within the country. It includes interfering with telecommunications. So anything you think about public protest people walking down the street, freely communities of color across the country being occupied those are things that are real worries if he's able to get away with this emergency declaration, the lawsuit is one part of it. But it's also we also have mobility of congress to override emergency declaration. So congress has to be pushed, but the end of the day, even more important what happens in the courts, and what happens in congress people sit back and just let it happen and think it's not a big deal where people mobilized on the streets, and if people mobilizing the streets, whatever happens in congress, whatever happens in the courts, he won't have been able to get away with it. And I think we really reduce the chance that he does. It again. And if these really nightmare scenarios play out, well, Jeff Cohen, you grade the media, which is something better. You have been doing media training for fifty years. In the media shapes our thoughts, they do. I mean, whether it's MSNBC CNN, FOX, whoever they shape and alternative media sad that we have to call call it alternative media. But they would you go. How would you? How would they shaping this discussion wish, but we're focusing so much on the president's personality? I think that we're missing the finer points of the policy that Robert Weisman just tried to outline for us. Well, I think you've hit on it. If you go to faira dot org, you can see the critique they've made of media coverage of the Trump.
Los Angeles teachers to resume classes Wednesday after vote on contract deal
"Of Hyundai and Kia cars and SUV's with four cylinder engines have at least double the non crash fire claim rates the institute began looking into the issue after a consumer group noticed a higher than normal number of complaints. The automakers announced last week that they will recall about one hundred sixty eight thousand vehicles to fix a fuel pipe problem that can cause engine fires recall follows previous engine failure recalls trial, Snyder NPR news, Washington, the Catholic arch. Diocese of Hartford. Connecticut has released the names of forty eight priests. It says have been credibly accused of molesting minors. Connecticut. Public radio's Jeff Cohen reports that the personnel files date back to the nineteen fifties. The archdiocese says it has settled one hundred and forty two claims from victims of sexual abuse and paid out more than fifty million dollars as a result. Most of the claims concern incidents that happened before nineteen ninety Gail Howard, a survivor of priest sexual abuse and co leader of snap. The survivors network in Connecticut had limited praised for the move. It is a positive step. But it is also too little too late. The Catholic church has not lived up to its promises to have zero tolerance policy and to be as transparent as possible Hartford joins more than thirty diocese across the country that have decided to release the names of abusers for NPR news. I'm Jeff Cohen. You're listening to NPR news. Former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera has been elected to the baseball hall of fame Rivera heads a class of four new players added to the hall, but he's the first ever to be elected unanimously by baseball writers details from NPR's, Tom Goldman. Joining Rivera are two starting pitchers. The late ROY holiday played for Toronto. And Philadelphia might use seen played for Baltimore in the Yankees. The fourth player elected is designated hitter. Edgar Martinez he spent his entire eighteen year career with the Seattle. Mariners Rivera with his trademark cut fastball. His calm, demeanor and smooth delivery became the best closer in history. He had more saves than anyone. And now he's the first to get into the hall with a vote from every eligible baseball writer notable among those who didn't get in. We're Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds, the two most prominent players linked to ban drugs got a few more votes than last year. But we're still well short of the seventy five percent of votes needed for election tongue. Goldman NPR news. News press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says the White House as reached out to the Kentucky high school students embroiled in an encounter with the native American activists and a black religious sect in the nation's capital last weekend. Sanders has President Trump plans to invite the students to the White House? The president tweeted earlier that the teenagers have become symbols of fake news. Meanwhile, Twitter has suspended an account that helps spread a video of the incident citing a violation of its policy against the creation of fake and misleading accounts. On Asia market. Shares are mostly lower after it down day on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials lost three hundred one points.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"They gave me when I did it. There's a also a bottle of wine from my attorney in there. Who was? Yeah. It was chunk in the goonies. So if you really give a shit about I get hot legal representation. And then there's a couple of copies of my Alba. Special from comedy central records on there. So what's his name? Something Cohen Jeff Cohen. Sweetheart. Looks great always follows around Fleetwood MAC. That's all I know about him. Really? That's all it takes forget me. Give me to have an attorney all the best agents are traveling on planes, all the time. Yeah. Yeah. Hard to reach probably. He's not too concerned with me. I know you should be concerned with him. What I'm saying is who speaking of being concerned for people who are you playing on behalf of two I'm playing on behalf of Megan powers, and she did a lovely job on this. Poster. You are Heather Graham. And. I think this is Tina Fey with a Bob cut is Austin powers. But I'm not sure is that you, okay? And I picked it because she was closest to me. And there's an envelope on the back that says do not I know fuck off. No. It says do not open wasn't going to open. But everybody gets excited like something. That matters is about to. Yeah. It's not anthrax. Fuck you could hear the shit had twice while kill anybody. Get your now. Then get at the end. Thank you. And if you're smoking weed, you you'll be nice surprised at the end you Doug. Yeah. I meant to tell everybody out earlier because it is funny. How excited they get almost reads. It. I know how much does it matter. A deck or whatever. People are into well. Okay. I won't read it. But now I kind of want to. Okay. I'll read it. We'll read eventually. Yeah. It's fine. Yeah. And what do you plug in? I have a new series coming out with comedy central called, Shane conquers, fear. And that's just when I have my friends come on and figure out what their phobia is. And then make them confronted. It's positive fear. Factor central. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. But it's time. What it away gut it down this happened during? Two. Two. Your own celebrity. All right. When the questions come up. I'll read them out loud everybody. We'll see how we do..
"jeff cohen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Crimes like this. Whether it's this one or another one on another group we have to bring back the death penalty. They have to. The ultimate price. They have to pay the ultimate price. They can't do this. They can't do this country. A lot of people agreed with his take their and. Yeah. Apparently, the department of Justice says yes, we've initiated the process for approval to seek the death penalty for the killer. And I think guys anybody can argue against that the not a whole lot. No. And you know, it's going to be interesting to see also as we move forward the people that knew this guy. What did they see? Yeah. What did they know? Because when you see that, and you are a sane person. The needs to be called out. Sometimes it's like this uncomfortable thing it needs to be called out for they were Fox News talked with a couple of neighbors. And you know, they basically just said he was guy kept to himself as a weird, dude, quiet guy. All the time the one lady that was the neighbor fell back sheeting. Remember his name? Yeah. Now wasn't out there that much and he would say her name she'd be like. Yeah. Dr Jeff Cohen. This was an interesting story to me. He's a member of the synagogue where eleven people were murdered, and he's also president of the Allegheny General Hospital where the shooter is being treated. And in this interview he did last night. He said I went in and talked with the killer. Wow. Wanted to.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Favorite special, guests my son Jeff Cohen rates, are. Happy here. Jeff thank you thanks. For having me I can't. Compete with Jeff. That's Bob son I can't. Win. That one No no I mean together sap we've interviewed. Literally hundreds, of people very special including the, president. United States. Congressmen senators famous people. Athletes this your oldest son. Exactly thank you. Very much mama's boy yeah Exactly and. I. Was the youngest so. You're the. Oldest Get extra mom That's your best friend and, be great too because she's. A great. Lady thank you I'm so blessed to have. A great son I three great kids Jeff has an opportunity to. Come into studio this is first time visiting the herald and seeing whereas mother works and, being on air which. Is really special it's just he's really busy because you know. He several years he was a high school and he plays hockey and sports and so much going on now is the first time he, had a chance a really great for you. To be here, thanks for Jeff is going. Off to college as, we mentioned earlier he's leaving Friday first child to leave the nest in my family. To. Be. Okay yeah okay We're really excited, for definitely I'll miss some. But I feel good, at least I know I'm already planning a trip aboard the next couple I'll be. Revoking. Flight Don't go every week Can you don't wanna show up like Tony soprano wife showed up when, medal went to school kept showing up to the dorm with, like, food and like okay, mom enough is enough but I think you'll. Be fine with them you're? Not, a, helicopter parent no no. I'll miss them now but, then at this age I remember when, I graduated high school I went to university of niece, and south. Of France Chuck? Off can you imagine so my dad called me every week Family that's what I would do Week no cellphones, back then had, used the landlines how you. Doing what are you eating The first food, what's going on so So, I'm very close Jeff so I'll be I'm sure I'll be calling her. Texting Loss of course that means you you're carrying out? Yeah, absolutely suggested you. Excited to go see some of the sports games, out there yeah I'm really. Excited another nuggets, are going to be good this year Isaiah Thomas then the Rockies games. The, Broncos and then of course the Denver, sports? Stadiums to university. Of Denver oh my. Gosh so, much joy to all these games. School, pride. And go to a Friday night lights with the football game well they? Actually, don't have a. Football team right the football game that's really good Colorado Oh they're. State it's such a big state that going from point to point probably is, difficult but you got one of the few cities that has all four major sports. Teams there's only about seven or eight that have all, four, so and we're lucky here Yeah obviously like New York, Philadelphia LA they finally have it yeah exactly it's kind of like dick sprinkle from, New, York City. But that's gonna be fun just don't tell people you're patriots fan and Denver, the patriots fan although they're going to say that the Broncos of beating the patriots. I believe four out of five times in the playoffs, history, onto many Super Bowl Path so throw that five five is. More than three so I really want to go to I love, going to game Selena perfect retirement for me talk about this you know twenty years Twenty. Years by, some boy Getting season tickets, and just go and games games games? All, over the place hockey. Yeah definitely season ticket somewhere once upon a time we lived in New Jersey, for Jeff was born Ben and I had season. Tickets to, the the dabbles oh sure, a ton of those games and then they want, to cops who Stanley. Cups so that, was phenomenal Ron. We had so that's fine I would just go to more games than, just flip, flop like Celtics one night Depending on where I'm living just. Do, a bunch of different. Teams especially yeah you guys all have all the four major sports I really, like hockey games more than any other sport to..
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Act you could only own tell twelve tv stations across the country and now sinclair broadcast this right wing protrump outfit has two hundred that wasn't natural that wasn't the result of like some pressure group or some big social movement you know what's wrong with this country tom we haven't allowed enough media power to go enhance a fewer and fewer companies there's no one demanding it no one calling for it publicly and it keeps happening clear channel before the telecommunications act had a few dozen and within a year or two they had twelve hundred radio stations so it's not a missed you know it's not rocket science how would you as you say invoke antitrust create true public broadcasting we've never had that in our country but you can go to europe and see what public broadcasting can really do and and then allow public money to go to nonprofit outlets so i it's easy to do you just need to have a different political leadership if as long as the political leadership goes from the republicans to you know the clinton democrats there will never be this kind of democrats small the democratic media systems we can't even get free airtime for candidates i mean the reason the politicians have to go to the rich people in the corporations is for their adleman but in other countries political ads are illegal everyone gets three airtime could thank circus supreme court's jeff cohen is whether you can stick around for a little bit this is the tom hartman program jessica say by the way jeff cohen dot org and the movie we're going to discuss when we come back from this break is all governments lie dot com.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Part of it i in general not part of any kind of group displays you know well i don't know i mean what about like the bucks games they have the blackouts i put the shirt side at the game it's different plus don't you think it looks better i don't you think it looks good on tv we're all wearing the black shirts a some people don't write it was a most people do but i mean the problem with if it's black somebody that doesn't sticks out like what was the game the other night it might have been a utah it was a white out everybody's wearing the white you're not where won't put the white odd when everybody else is wearing the white you know what the other thing that's goofy about this at the boston thing of the black you know why they're choosing black don't you no no by the bucks game widely choosing black because the celtics have the same color as the bucks so if you wear a great it makes it look like you're supporting the celtics even though you're supporting the bucks so therefore they having the bucks fans where blacks that when you see green there you realize that it's probably a celtics fan but some of them are bucks fans that are wearing their jaanus jersey and they want to keep wearing that jersey not understanding that it looks like since the guy around there with green that they're one of the people that's cheering for the celtics i would say ninety percent of the people who were put the blackshirts on though well i put him on they're not bad shirts i've gotten to shirts out of this deal through actually not cheesy chintzy shirts i'd add something in there but i won't three fifty five news talk seven thirty wins at jeff cohen founder of the vessel group i'm often asked what we mean when we say the co away we're often reminded that the most important things in life are things but we know that our clients have sacrificed to build a life for the ones they love at cohen vesper group we always act as fiduciaries with our clients best interest in mind our goal is to help you what's most important to.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"At highway one hundred offramp but you're still able to exit there with rapid traffic on the one of the things that i used to go to las vegas in the spring this time of the year and i don't anymore but you'd always see ads that the casinos it'd be running for the locals cash your tax refund check at the casino that just seemed so sick to me but i mean they've first of all they knew the check was good because it's coming from the government is i okay so whatever it is that you don't pay the government sticking back just cash it here in the whole notion of course you're caching it's you're going to get paid in cash so it's gonna be bills actual money and hey as long as you're here why not just gamble it all away all this money that they all ran that promotion though they all had that big thing aimed at the locals cashier refund check here i guess there's nothing wrong with that but boy it seemed kind of sick to me well i mean it's not what your financial advisor would tell you to do with your life and you gotta just if now that we have casinos everywhere in the united states we have pot awadhi here it's a little bit different but batting really advertise like that here though can't back before ghetto your casinos every when the people who moved to the nevada had a show more restraint than the rest of us and now everybody has to show that restraint because the ability to gamble is you know virtually everywhere you can find it all right four fifty one news talk eleven thirty w i said i'm jeff cohen as a founder of the investment group i'm often asked what we mean when we say the co alway we're often reminded that the most important things in life are things but we know that our clients have sacrificed to build a life for the ones they love at cohen vesper group we always act as fiduciaries with our clients best interest in mind our goal is to help you enjoy what's most important to.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Interesting that lebron continued to do only one year contracts throughout this process it made it very difficult for dan and for the organization to build in a sustainable way because you always felt like you had to win this championship and dan and nate forbes and jeff cohen dare his partners at the time they they had a saying in their businesses which was nothing clarifies like clarity and we were crystal clear on our mission is win this championship so i think we're the relationship gets fractured is because lebron was on a yeartoyear and would never give dandy sort of silent nod to i will be here it made it very difficult for dan to feel like the money he was spending which was unprecedented in remains on precedent it even went seven million deeper into to tax that this deadline but that money was being appreciated and i think it's just a natural tendency you have to want to have some sort of symbiotic oh when the relationship if i'm going to do this at least telling me you're going to be here so i think that just created a natural a natural tension in the in the system but i i've never seen them be at odds with each other i think it's just a a natural tension because of that even the first time they actually were face to face to after that is ridiculous letter that gilbert let you know wrote to the season ticket holders you don't think that that you were there when they for actually first made eye contact in person but the first time they came together after that that must have been pretty icy man that that letter was below board david in my opinion big done well it's interesting i don't know what it looks like when they first sat down together but the idea we had during the process of recruiting lebrun was what really matters the most is can dan in lebron coexist and enjoy the process so what we wanted to do was have dan than lebrun sitdown alone first um and see where they were and so fortunately that went well enough that we continue the process so if there was any kind of icy nece in the beginning a i didn't see it and be they got past it because he came back okay it it all worked out the.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A free press you're station is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news in the new york conversation we are back is the mid day on wnyc m jonathan kaye part who has the right to decide what goes into the historical record of major world events and how to historians way the testimony of eyewitnesses against hard evidence these are just some of the questions posed by jeff cohen's play the soap myth which looks at how historians are writing the history of the holocaust for future generations the play which stars ed asner a johannes day will be presented in a concert reading tonight at the museum of jewish heritage and battery park jeff cohen ed asner andhra had of date welker hasn't our own colloby here you jeff nice to meet you mr azer jugo hanno we've met 04 ruin that for an event as well we river water policy was great this wonderful how she was graveyard walk away in every day to atmosphere heather you're going down a completely different and we're supposed to be talking about ozone boundary jeff let me i'm going to start with you to ask what inspired you to write a play about how historians deal with the holocaust i had met a survivor and there was an article written about him and his campaign and his crusade about soap and he gave me the article after a performance at my theater and i read it and read about slippery history about soap in the high never knew about it i never knew there was a controversy and then eight years later i figured out how to turn it into a play now witnessed harassment most people remember you as ideal as lou grant a.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On come out for the day get your worries begin to go out there and lead you feed in clearwater and sit on the sandy beach a outta at least out on the ocean it's harder to see the devastation maria left behind for npr news i'm jeff cohen we have a new novel for you as slender volume written by hand if karachi he has written a lot of movies notably the screenplay for my beautiful launderette which was nominated for an oscar but also lots of short stories and novels he is one honors at awards his new book is called the nothing and considering that there is very little sex in the book it is a dirty book about a nasty dirty old man mr rashid joins us from his home in london i've just given your protagonist waldo a label how would you describe him when you said that i was ready thrilled wall does you says does he will ban these in his eighties he's very with here macci can't see much he konta will koran has barely mobile but he's rather cheerful old devil despite everything until he finds out that his beloved wife z could well be having an affair in his apartment with one of his best friends a guy cold eddie who's a petty con man on the sort of smalltime thief book reviewer and cinema attend now osvaldo has not always bearing in such terrible shape is he is in the book he describes himself i wonder if you could read that are had the ability the gorgeous bannon flares and love beads wide shoulders shoulderlength black hair and then you'd pay to bite if you once been attractive desirable unchallenged matzek with a good body you never forget it intelligence in affect can be no compensation for ugliness is the only thing it can't be bolts and the beautiful of the truly entitled whoever you end up you live your whole life as a member of an exclusive club you.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Here & Now
"He puerto rico it's been a slow recovery after hurricane maria according to the puerto rican government only about sixty percent of the original power grid has been restored and that makes it hard to get back to normal not just for adults but for kids to there's been early dismissal from school since the storm so many students are taking advantage of a new after school program jeff cohen from member station w npr reports school started again in midnovember in the mountain town of what a kobe's two months after maria passed there are still no electricity so that means that the school day ends early at twelve thirty yes but today fifty one children are staying behind for more before they split up for activities they begin with a lot of song it's a program that parents say is a safe place for their kids after school that leaves parents time for work and for dealing with the daily stress of living without basic services it's organized by volunteers and the nonprofit save the children today includes gardening arts and some outdoor playtime science teacher one them athena says the children are still missing a little bit of what it means to be a kid little effort by the latter elisabeth without sudden considerable you might not be medina says she did an informal survey for students and she asked the ministry after the hurricane would humans or mother nature bounce back with like this and they all answered mother nature beverley children told her that's because these are already growing leaves but they lost things they can't get back valuables their parents three of the students in her class lost their houses entirely parents in volunteer giovanni cover yet of flint this was luckier his family didn't lose its house but his kids watched as maria ripped off their neighbors roof now he says he's hoping they forget the sound of the wind and the rain and that they learn to deal with life without electricity without water and without technology nanny had facebook you'll told me of a out of wednesday's says there's no internet no facebook no youtube no instagram knew nothing.
"jeff cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ten basis points what do you think about this whole a fed chair announcement the strawpoll vote how important the placement as i think if that's the only reactionary get ten basis points up on taylor five aces points down on power that's not a big ripple for for for market reaction and uh you know i think a lot has been made about this with breaking this two point four percent level but you know remember at the beginning of the year both jeff cohen lokondo gross and you know we break to sixty and we could be moving considerably higher we did that in march and then such squarely six months later we clap sixty basis points so yeah i i think it's interesting i think these these these technical levels or pivot points whatever you want to call them are are good to monitor but i wouldn't take them necessarily as gospel because if if the experiences of early this year taught us anything it's that this sentiment can turn around very quickly and the other thing is bridge that it's the shorter rates should jewish rights the that really matter here the cubs beat the been flattening up because it's the frontend that's been on the move and that's will say the one that has an impact on the dollah the big story import bull it is not the fact that the the the rates are going up he now across the board in you as soon the frontend days what is coming up here yeah and i think i think there's an element of of who is going to be the next fed chair feeding into that i think there's an element of tax reform and optimism around that terrorists feeding through into growth and higher yields and tighter monetary policy but none of that stuff is is nailed on yet we don't know who the next fed chair will be we don't know of tax reform is going to pass and so therefore the economic prognosis or there or the impact of those things are still not known so that's why were kinda chopping around and yet yields are you'll do pushing a little bit higher across the curve curve flattening short and rising more than the.