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Fresh update on "jerome" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 min | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "jerome" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Money news at 25 and 55. Here's bank rate. How do we rate the risk of a recession? I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com, personal finance management. As we began the year, the risks of recession were with us, but now those risks are seen substantially higher than before. Economists taking part in bank rates latest quarterly economic indicator survey collectively put the odds of recession in the next 12 to 18 months at 50 50. That's up from just three months ago when they put those odds at one in three. Recessions are a bit like an illness while the economy when we had a deep down turd associated with the great financial crisis and housing market collapse. That nearly took the U.S. financial system down with it. The official unemployment rate topped out at 10%. So if there's a recession on the horizon, we don't know exactly what it will look like this time Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, leading the charge to higher interest rates to battle inflation, has said that a recession can be avoided here. But the risks have risen individuals need to think about how they might adjust their personal finances and whether they're prepared. For more, check out by great dot com. I'm Mark. Coming up after traffic and weather 8 officers and Akron Ohio are on paid leave as officials investigate the shooting death of an unarmed black man during a traffic stop. It's one 56. Carry to full term as a nonprofit that provides long-term housing to pregnant women and children experiencing homelessness. Our two year program located in haymarket, Virginia, gives families time to acquire the necessary skills to become independent and self sufficient. We do this through continuing

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Fed Chief Jerome Powell Sounds Out of Touch With Reality

The Trish Regan Show

01:53 min | 3 d ago

Fed Chief Jerome Powell Sounds Out of Touch With Reality

"Anyway, I want to get to what some of our leaders, economic leaders are saying about our economy right now because news today that the things are even worse than we thought for the first quarter. But you wouldn't believe it by listening to the tone of Jerome Powell. So the U.S. economy is actually in pretty strong shape. So if you look back a year, the U.S. economy grew more than 5 and a half percent. It was really the big reopening here. And so we had expected this year to be that growth would moderate to a more sustainable path. We also, of course, are raising interest rates in the aim of that is to slow growth down so that supply will have a chance to catch up. We hope that growth can still remain positive. But so if you look at the strength of the economy, households are in very strong financial shape, they've still got a lot of excess savings from forced saving from. Really? Jerome Powell thinks we're in pretty strong good shape. I mean, I would just point out that the loose GDP figure came in down 1.6% worse than people thought it was in the first quarter. We'll see where the second quarter winds up. You know, they revise and they revise and they revise and by the time all the revisions are done, I do believe that you may see two quarters of negative growth. And a lot of this, we can actually pin right back on Jerome Powell because in my estimation, the Federal Reserve was printing way too much money for way too long and brought a lot of this on themselves. In fact, the economists found blinder had a good piece in today's Wall Street Journal about those of course he was defending the Biden administration saying, not their fault, not their fault. I actually do believe it is in part their fault, plenty of blame to go around here, but he made the point that the fed just was too late. You know, too little too late. This is always the story with the Federal Reserve.

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Desperate Dems Try to Reinvent the Reasons for Our Current Inflation

The Trish Regan Show

02:06 min | Last week

Desperate Dems Try to Reinvent the Reasons for Our Current Inflation

"Moment. I got to start first here with the I mean, it's unbelievable. They had an agenda, very clearly an agenda. They want the American people to know, not our fault. You know what we did what we had to do. And hey, at least we're better off than Latvia. They're going around the world and they're making all these comparisons and they just want to say, look, we're the prettiest girl at the dance. Despite the fact that we've got so much debt and we're now in an environment with so much of inflation, 8.6%, and now the fed is going to aggressively have to raise rates, raise rates, raise rates, which will cause a pullback. We're already in one. You heard me the other day. We are in a recession. Anyway, nobody wants to admit that certainly not the administration. They call it transition, as I told you yesterday, the R word is out, and this is the kind of rhetoric we got from our lawmakers, members of Congress on Capitol Hill, take a listen. Of course, during the crises that we had, we had to do certain things, you know, stimulus and other things to make sure that we kept our economy stable. Without doing those things, we would have been in trouble. So the things that we did, going through COVID, the stimulus, trying to make sure people kept their jobs or kept money coming in at the time was what we had to do, otherwise we would have been in worse shape or not have a strong economy because we have now compared to other countries. Is that not correct? Yes, I would say this way that our inflation is a consequence of very strong demand in part driven by supply by what Congress did to support activity in part driven, but also. But that helps stabilize our economy at that time, right? It did. And if we did not do those things, our economy may not be as strong as it is right now. That's right. That's correct. All right. So strong. You see, you see where this is going. He's going to get himself in trouble there, because the whole idea is we're going to lead you up to this. You have to say, not our fault, not our fault. And then Jerome Powell, our fed chairman, kind of goof, because he said yes, you know, I'd agree actually that part of the inflation we have now is because of what Congress

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The Federal Reserve Blames 'Demand' for Inflation

The Trish Regan Show

01:44 min | Last week

The Federal Reserve Blames 'Demand' for Inflation

"Gold matters right now, especially when you have a Federal Reserve that is blaming somehow, gosh, that darn American consumer and all their demand and all those supply chain crises for the problems we have now. Forget about their money printing. No, no, no. That has nothing to do with it, right? Here's Jerome Powell, speaking on Capitol Hill today. There are principally at work here. You couldn't get this kind of high inflation without strong demand and you certainly couldn't get it without the kind of supply issues that we've had. Both in the labor market reflected in high wages and then in the goods market reflected in what's happened with durable goods and cars in particular you look there, there's been this driven by semiconductor shortage. Thank you, chair, pal. Okay. So it's all that demand. Look, I get it. The demand is out there, right? We knew the demand was going to be out there. For goodness 6 people were staying home. You know, for like a year. And change. They were staying home. They weren't going anywhere, of course. They had money saved and money to spend. So you knew that demand was going to happen. Let's not kid ourselves. Inflation was never transitory. It was always starting to get baked in as I kept saying, over and over and over again. And what helped to get baked in, it helped that the Federal Reserve was artificially suppressing interest rates for so long and pumping all this money a $120 billion a month into our economy. That has consequences. So now, the chairman of the Federal Reserve is saying, well, you know, we're serious. We mean business. We are going to fight this and we're going to fight this by continuing to high grades. Well, what happens when that goes down? It means money gets sucked out of the economy. It means that you pay more for your mortgage. Already, mortgages are up over 5% right now. Biggest increase in many, many decades. Like overnight.

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Jerome Powell: Inflation Was High Before the Russia-Ukraine War

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last week

Jerome Powell: Inflation Was High Before the Russia-Ukraine War

"But I give you the fed chair. This is the chairman of the Federal Reserve. This is Biden's fed chair, Jerome Powell. Talking to Tennessee Republican senator Bill haggerty. Given how inflation is escalated over the past 18 months, would you say that the war in Ukraine is the primary driver of inflation in America? No, inflation was high before certainly before the war in Ukraine broke up. I'm glad to hear you say that the Biden administration seems to be intent on deflecting blame. And as recently as just this past Sunday, spread the misinformation that Putin's invasion of Ukraine is the biggest single driver of inflation. I'm glad you agree with me that that is not the truth. It is not the truth. Thank you, Federal Reserve chairman pal for confirming that the Biden administration is lying. They are lying. This isn't these aren't political campaigns. These are people's lives.

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Powell: Fed will decide on rate hikes 'meeting by meeting'

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Powell: Fed will decide on rate hikes 'meeting by meeting'

"Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is underscoring the fed's determination to slow inflation Price pressures have spread to a broad range of goods and services Addressing the Senate banking committee Jerome Powell says the Central Bank is keenly aware of the problems dogging the U.S. economy as it struggles to recover from the pandemic We understand the hardship that high inflation is causing We are strongly committed to bringing inflation back down Powell came under fire from both sides of the aisle senator Elizabeth Warren got the fed chair to acknowledge that raising interest rates won't reduce gas or food prices Rate hikes won't make Vladimir Putin turn his tanks around and leave Ukraine After blaming President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package for exacerbating inflation senator Tom tillis is North Carolina accused Paolo of taking too long to raise rates The fed is largely boxed itself in to a menu of purely reactive policy measures Jennifer King Washington

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Treasury Secretary "recession not inevitable"

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Treasury Secretary "recession not inevitable"

"The treasury secretary addresses the possibility of a recession There it is that R word again I don't think a recession is at all it all inevitable Treasury secretary Janet Yellen on the delicate dance being done by fed chair Jerome Powell as interest rates go up His goal is to bring inflation down while maintaining a strong labor market that's going to take skill and luck but I believe it's possible Yellen spoke on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos I'm Shelley

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The Fed Is Desperately Trying to Manage Inflation

The Trish Regan Show

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

The Fed Is Desperately Trying to Manage Inflation

"Let me get to this fed move that frankly is just too little too late. Typical typical typical Federal Reserve. This particular fed, however, I'm really, really, really, let me be nice. Let me just say I'm disenchanted with them. Let me not be so nice and just say I'm pretty disgusted with them because they had every opportunity in the world to fix this and they never took it. And I'm not sure why. I'm not sure why Jerome Powell would have allowed inflation to go so unchecked and tried to make a swallow this idea that it was somehow transitory. Transitory my, you know what, okay? I'm sorry. But inflation is now embedded in our economy. And yes, I get it. There's external factors going on, but let's still get back to basics. First of all, in terms of energy prices, right? And we've been through this, even though Joe, thanks. Even though the president thinks somehow it's just a conspiracy against him and everyday Americans buy big oil, the reality is he did this himself, okay? Bad policy on the energy front. And then you have other factors that went into it. He pumped so much money into the economy by the way, the $1.9 trillion stimulus. All that money. Plus his big stimulus check that one in the mail as soon as he got to office. I mean, my goodness. Meanwhile, Jerome Powell, he saw that happening. So what the heck was he doing still printing money? I mean, talking about just overkill. It was so obvious what was happening all the data was there. We saw the inflation, all the numbers were ticking higher and they sat there and said transitory transit Dory transitory. You know what I don't believe in anything these guys

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Warning: Biden Threatens Venezuelan-Style Socialism

The Trish Regan Show

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Warning: Biden Threatens Venezuelan-Style Socialism

"That one plus one is two. Unbelievable hello, everyone, welcome to the Trish Regan show. We're going to talk about that today. Plus, we get to talk about the Federal Reserve and these rate hikes and what it's going to mean for the markets. What it's going to mean for the economy. I think Democrats have figured out meanwhile they can't run Joe. There's no way no how they can run Joe Biden because of the economic disaster that we are in. I also have a warning for you today because I believe we are already in recession. We're going to get to all of that a quick reminder portions of today's program were brought to you by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals than right now given all this inflation that's here and not going away no matter what the photo reserve does. So take a look at legacy p.m. investment dot com today. Again, that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. We'll talk a little bit more about gold and investing coming up. But first of all, this news from Joe Biden because this one takes the cake. I'm sorry, I get that yes, screw that. I get that Janet Yellen who frankly should have known better as your treasury secretary. She screwed up. And I get that Jerome Powell screwed up. I mean, it's sort of amazing given the so called training these people have in economics that they didn't see the handwriting on the wall. I mean, I've been sitting here telling you for almost two years now, we would see major, major inflation double digit inflation, which of course we've gotten wholesale prices again this week and 8.6%, 8.3% now in terms of consumer prices, it is outrageous. Well, his answer to it all is to effectively just take over the oil companies, right? That's what a good socialist does, I guess. Only it hasn't worked so well in the past. I mean,

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"jerome" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

03:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"jerome" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"So <Speech_Male> it was this road tour <Speech_Male> in 2019 <Speech_Male> called fed listens. <Speech_Male> It was this <Speech_Male> round the country, <Speech_Male> consultation with union <Speech_Male> members with small <Speech_Male> business owners, <Speech_Male> community college leaders, <Speech_Male> and now <Speech_Male> they're here <Speech_Male> essentially how America <Speech_Male> was feeling about <Speech_Male> the economy. And <Speech_Male> whether the <SpeakerChange> fed <Speech_Male> should change how it <Speech_Male> thought about it. 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Maybe <Speech_Male> this could actually <Speech_Male> be a win win. <Speech_Male> Low inflation <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> low unemployment <Speech_Male> rates, which <Speech_Male> could also have <Speech_Male> benefits for <Speech_Male> groups of workers <Speech_Male> that have been historically <Speech_Male> marginalized. <Speech_Male> The benefits <Speech_Male> of tight labor markets, <Speech_Male> real wage <Speech_Male> gains that noticeably <Speech_Male> go to lower <Speech_Male> and middle class <Speech_Male> workers <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> go to <Speech_Male> African <SpeakerChange> American <Speech_Male> workers. And <Speech_Male> that year where the <Speech_Male> fed listens tour <Speech_Male> had started in <Speech_Male> 2019, <Speech_Male> the fed <Speech_Male> started lowering <Speech_Male> interest rates, making <Speech_Male> it easier for <Speech_Male> companies to borrow <Speech_Male> and hire more people. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> unemployment fell <Speech_Male> so much that low <Speech_Male> wage workers, <Speech_Male> black workers, <Speech_Male> and Latino workers <Speech_Male> were getting <Speech_Male> pay rises. <Speech_Male> And for a moment, <Speech_Male> income inequality <Speech_Male> was falling. <Speech_Male> And inflation <Speech_Male> wasn't rising <Speech_Male> very much. <Speech_Male> It was another lesson <Speech_Male> for pal, which <Speech_Male> he also took <Speech_Male> into the pandemic. <Speech_Male> And here he is <Speech_Male> at a press <SpeakerChange> conference <Speech_Male> in September 2021. <Speech_Male> We also <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> said we wouldn't <Speech_Male> raise rates <Speech_Male> just in <Speech_Male> response to very low <Speech_Male> unemployment <Speech_Male> in the absence <Speech_Male> of inflation. <Speech_Male> So that was another aspect <Speech_Male> of it because we <Speech_Male> saw that that really benefited <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> labor market participants <Speech_Male> in a broad inclusive <Speech_Male> way. 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"jerome" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:24 min | 2 weeks ago

"jerome" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"To better understand the fed's thinking, we're going to start with what's called the taper tantrum. Ah, yes. The fabled taper tantrum. So bring your mind back to 2008. The height of the financial crisis, the fed had already brought short term interest rates down to zero, but the economy still needed a further nudge in the ribs, right? It needed more stimulus. And so the fed tried to do something new. It started to buy up what would eventually become trillions of dollars of assets to help drive down long-term interest rates. And this is what became known as quantitative easing or QE. So essentially the fed wanted interest rates really low. So it bought a bunch of bonds, which meant that those bonds didn't need high interest rates to attract buyers. And those low interest rates were intended to stimulate the economy. But quantitative easing was meant as a temporary measure, right? Something just to get the country through the 2008 crisis. And so several years later, by 2013, some members of the Federal Reserve board, which decides monetary policy, they were getting antsy. And one of the people on that board was Jerome Powell. So him and a couple of other buddies on the board said to Ben Bernanke, look, we got to get back to something closer to normal. We got a real in this bond buying. In a fed meeting in June 2013, drone Powell got even blinder, he acknowledged that, yes, no kind of action was risk free. But these are his actual words. We've got to jump. So he was meaning they need to get out of QE. And so that day because of that pressure that Jerome and his colleagues were putting on Bernanke, Bernanke walked over to his usual press conference in front of the reporters and the cameras. And he announced a scenario for slowing down QE purchases. For tapering off the buying of bonds. And just listen closely to this because this might be one of the most expensive sentences ever uttered in the 2010s. If the incoming data are broadly consistent with this forecast, the committee currently anticipates that it would be appropriate to moderate the monthly pace of purchases later this year. And if the sound so innocent and dull almost..

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"jerome" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"jerome" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"NPR. So the big economic news of today. It is essential that we bring inflation down. Was that Jerome Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, the U.S. Central Bank, announced the fed was raising interest rates by three quarters of a percentage point that ongoing increases in that rate will be appropriate. 0.75. This is the highest rate increase we've had since 1994. It's meant to bring down high price inflation by making it harder for everybody to borrow and spend. But this big jump is quite a change in strategy than what the fed has had over the last year. It's kind of had this extremely slow and steady boil the frog gently kind of thing. Like Jerome Powell took a very long time to start announcing that the fed was going to raise interest rates, which it started doing this year. Even though inflation was really high last year. You know, there are a lot of people that said this approach took two long. Like The Economist magazine, for instance, they ran a headline a few months ago that said, the fed that failed. That is brutal. And there are a lot of reasons why the fed kind of took its time to fight and fight, but we really wanted to understand the psyche of the fed and its chair Jerome Powell. In particular, two episodes from recent history that shaped pals thinking. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Darien Woods. And I'm Adrienne mom. Today on the show, the ghosts from Jerome Powell's past. Ghosts that have haunted him throughout the pandemic that might have contributed to this inflation mess we're.

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Federal Reserve raises benchmark interest rate 0.75% as it tries to calm inflation

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Federal Reserve raises benchmark interest rate 0.75% as it tries to calm inflation

"The Federal Reserve has approved a big interest rate hike The three quarters of a point increase is the largest in nearly three decades We thought that strong action was warranted at this meeting and today we delivered that Inflation has reached a four decade high Chair Jerome Powell says the big rate hike is a sign it struggling to curb the pace and persistence of inflation Inflation has obviously surprised to the upside over the past year and further surprises could be in store Inflation has shot to the top of voter concerns leading up to Congress midterm elections raising the likelihood of democratic losses in

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What Happens When Arrogant Leaders Ruin a Stable Economy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

What Happens When Arrogant Leaders Ruin a Stable Economy?

"Donald Trump lived as a realist. He lived in a world that was anchored by the laws of physics by the laws of mathematics by the laws of biology. Now, mind you, most of you also live in that world. Whether you are a Carpenter or a mechanic, an accountant, most of our audience, all of you have to live by certain truths. Whereas the Democrat party is ruled by people that don't have to live by those truths. Janet Yellen being one of them. Jerome Powell, being another. They don't have to live by the laws of nature and nature's God. Money is nothing more than a construct, gender is nothing more than a colonialist oppression tradition. One of the reasons why Donald Trump was able to create such a booming economies, yes, of course, he was a businessman, but he also knew bad ideas when he saw them. Like, wait a second, we can create money out of thin air. That doesn't make any sense. We keep on offshoring manufacturing in China, that doesn't make any sense. He had what is the word that defines good leaders prudence. I believe Ron DeSantis has prudence as well. Comes from a Greek word, which means prudentia now what you have right now though is a very dangerous combination running The White House. Is you have a arrogant, ignorant, ideological crusade, being basically deploying on America and America is the experiment. America right now is the experiment of how far can ideology take you. So ideology, especially if it's rooted in the belief that nature is not stable. Will very quickly and rapidly destroy your civilization. So what should concern all of us is that these radical ideas started to get inserted into the zeitgeist, which really is the spirit of the times, when our economy was booming. Now that we're getting to an unstable point, I think that we're going to start to see even more radical ideas, our job as conservatives hopefully take people back to reality and anchor them to truth,

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Eurozone Inflation Hits Fresh Peak as More Energy Sanctions Loom

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Eurozone Inflation Hits Fresh Peak as More Energy Sanctions Loom

"Inflation is not just an American problem these days surging to a record in Europe I'm Ben Thomas with the latest numbers The European Union's statistics agency says annual inflation in the 19 countries that use the Euro hit 8.1% in May amidst surging energy and food costs It's the highest since record keeping for the Euro began in 1997 energy prices jumped more than 39% highlighting how Russia's war in Ukraine and the global energy crunch that's come with it are making life more expensive for the Eurozone's 343 million people Meantime inflation will be at the top of the agenda when President Biden and Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell meet today their first meeting since the Senate confirmed Powell to a second term

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Biden to meet Fed chair as inflation bites pocketbooks

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Biden to meet Fed chair as inflation bites pocketbooks

"The president will meet with Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell as soaring prices take a bite out of the pandemic recovery President Biden will be meeting with the chair of the Federal Reserve system's board of governors for the first time since Jerome Powell was confirmed by the Senate for a second term The White House says they'll discuss the state of the U.S. and global economy and especially inflation which the commerce department reports was running at 6.3% in April Powell has signaled that the fed is likely to raise its key short term interest rate by a half point in both June and July to slow borrowing and pull the economy rising prices especially for gas have become a political problem for Biden and the Democrats and financial markets are worried about whether the fed can control inflation without tipping the biggest global economy into recession Jennifer King Washington

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The Excessive Printing of Money Will Come Back to Haunt Us All

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

The Excessive Printing of Money Will Come Back to Haunt Us All

"So Tricia, I think what you're saying is that this is a little bit like, you know, letting your pressing down on the accelerator. That's the printing of the money. And then in the fed realizes we need to put the break on this and the way they do that is by raising interest rates, but you're saying if they do that too aggressively, the economy will plunge into a recession is that's the pain you're talking about, right? So what is called for here is a certain kind of fed discipline, but you're saying we can't trust the fed to do that because they seem to be more of a political animal than an organization that is focused merely on their economic responsibilities. Well, he got his second term, right? So hopefully he's trying to be more vigilant, hopefully he's trying to do what's right, and I'm talking about Jerome Powell for the overall economy, but look, I mean, they never should have done what they did. I give Larry summer's credit. Now, Larry summers is not exactly one to come out and criticize many Democrat administrations, considering he worked for two of them. Former treasury secretary under Clinton, former head of the national economic council, under Obama. So Larry summers actually, and he was ripped apart by his party, warned of exactly this. He said, look guys, you know what? You're printing too much money and it's going to come back to haunt you and chances are you're going to overreact as you try to rein in inflation and that will 85% chance for sure we get a recession. Here and into next, I think you're going to see more downside in the market. It's logical, people don't have as much money. They're spending it all on food and energy

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The Market Recovered on Monday, But Will It Stick?

The Trish Regan Show

01:15 min | Last month

The Market Recovered on Monday, But Will It Stick?

"I want to turn to the market right now because the market did recover thankfully on Monday and trading, but I'm not convinced that it's going to stick. And I'm not convinced it's going to stick in part because of all these inflationary concerns. We've got going on. Look, the Federal Reserve, a day late, a dollar short typical. They could have done more. They should have done more. I wonder if Joe Jerome Powell was just too interested in keeping his job, right? Don't forget he was up for renewal. Maybe he wanted to just get, you know, another posting and figured if I'm out there upping rates and cutting back on quantitative easing money printing, maybe I won't get renewed. Maybe they'll give it to that gal. Leo brainard, who I think probably, you know, should have gotten it. I sure as heck hope that she would have been a lot smarter than Jerome Powell, because Jerome Powell, and he's not entirely responsible. I realize it's a board of governors, but he should have been leading more because all the evidence was there. We were going to have mass inflation, and yet he allowed it to go on, maybe because of this appointment, but he will go down in history now. I suspect, as the worst fed chief

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Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

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Fed Raises Interest Rates by 0.50%, Largest Move Since 2000

The Trish Regan Show

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Fed Raises Interest Rates by 0.50%, Largest Move Since 2000

"Okay, turning to this market right now. Absolutely slammed as investors have a chance to digest the news of the Federal Reserve raising rates. Now, in Wednesday's session, when they got the news, of course, of the half point rate hike, they figured, okay, you know, we can handle this. He did say, after all, Jerome Powell said, I'm not looking at a 75 basis point hike. I'm just looking at 50 basis points. For the foreseeable future and they rejoiced on that was a little bit of a relief rally. You know, everybody's like, okay, well, now we have some predictability. They did exactly what we thought they were going to do. And they're not going to raise at least not so far as we know by 75 basis points. So that's what happened on Wednesday. And then all of a sudden, investors had a chance to really think through everything that's going on, which is what I keep saying, and you can't continue to have such exceptional earnings for so many of these companies when the fed is pulling, pulling back, right? When you're not buying up mortgage backed securities, you're not buying treasuries to the extent that they were when you're not leaving rates so low money becomes more expensive and when money becomes more expensive, there's less of it to go around. It has more value, right? That's how you cut down on the inflation, but there's less of it out there. And when there's less of it to go around, it does increase in value, but you are going to see a pullback most likely in spending. That's if they get this

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The Fed Raises Rates by Half a Percentage Point

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

The Fed Raises Rates by Half a Percentage Point

"All right ladies and gentlemen the fed CNBC has raised rates by half of a percentage point That is the biggest hike in 20 years to fight inflation So rates are going up inflation is going up the value of money is going down The value of your salary other forms of income your pension going down the supply chain has been damaged by inflation and Biden and company You're starting to see more shortages on the shelves The war on fossil fuels and capitalism has had an effect because as we talked about the other evening fossil fuels are everywhere Not just in your vehicle not just heating your home or cooling your home Virtually all material Used to build your home packaging cardboard paper assembly lines tractors harvesting wheat on and on and on The Federal Reserve increased its benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point in line with market expectations The rate move is the largest since 2000 and is in response to burgeoning inflation pressures Federal chairman Jerome Powell the fed chair underlying the commitment to bringing inflation down but indicated that raising rates by 75 basis point at this time is not something the committee is actively considering They raised it by 50 This is a big deal

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Economists See Increasing Possibility of a Recession

The Trish Regan Show

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Economists See Increasing Possibility of a Recession

"Start first with this kind of schizophrenic market. I mean, I think that's the best way to describe it, right? This is like a form of schizophrenia here because the markets are suddenly higher despite a lot of the bearish signals that we've seen and both from tech companies and their earnings. You've seen bank reports, Deutsche Bank, recent one this week coming out warning of a major recession. We got the GDP report today, showing that the U.S. economy declined by 1.4%. And as I said, you get two quarters of that, and that is the definition of recession, two quarters of consecutive losses in growth, negative growth. But people seem encouraged and part of that reason may be maybe that they're thinking, well, the fed really can't do what it wants to do, right? I mean, the fed is not really going to be able to raise rates the way perhaps it had hoped in light of the negative numbers on GDP. It's also possible that they're looking at some of the consumer spending numbers and saying, well, you know, consumers seem to be holding up, okay? So maybe we'll get through this. I will say this, if Jerome Powell can pull this off, if we can avoid a recession, then he will go down as the greatest fed magician in history.

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"jerome" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"jerome" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jerome Griffith, the CEO of Lands and joined Ed Ludlow and me this week to give us an update on supply chain challenges. And how the company has had to raise wages to find workers even prior to the pandemic. One of the things we wanted to do was to sort of spread the risk. We have been producing about 42 between 42 45% of our products out of China up going into 2019 or sorry, 2018. Began to expand that out into other countries so that we weren't really dependent so much on one country at all. What's happened to us over the course of the last, let's say a year to year and a half. Is that products getting into the states have started to slow down dramatically and costs have really risen not just costs on shipping because on raw materials, So you see cotton costs and we do a lot of cotton. Um, rising pretty significantly. But then you look at just the cost of shipping things from any country here, whereas containers three years ago were costing around. $4000 a container the last six months they've been up in the 12 to $15,000 range. And I've heard quotes as high as $25,000 for container and the same thing happened with Air shipping. Not that we should be a lot by air, but those costs have been going up as well. So we will continue to look at expanding our network to make sure that we have A little bit more options than just going to 12 or three different places in order to get products made and shipped. Such a pleasure to have you know, I love speaking to the retailers because you you have such a lens into what's going on in our U. S and global economy supply chain. One thing I want to talk a little bit about the labor market. You know how it lands end? Dealing with a pretty tight labor market. You mean how you starting stores facilities? You guys seem to be seeing some growth now in e commerce. What is the priority for hiring E commerce really runs out of our corporate office, and that's 95% of our business. So that's been Running along relatively well, Um, for the last few years, our core businesses are us direct e commerce business. And then if you had on the international businesses and the B two B businesses, which we do online, It creates quite a large large annual volume. What's happening with these businesses that we've been able to hire people? Because, you know we're an interesting company, and the company is also doing well. So you know that tends to attract people where we where we struggle somewhat is just logistically how we ship goods out to customers were based in Wisconsin. We have three major facilities there and were a major employer and southern Wisconsin. What you've seen with the labor market. As of the last lance 6 to 9 months is that people are working as much, so it's been very difficult to entice people We've given two races so far this year. We've put on peak peak incentives for people to come into work, and we've had people working overtime just to get the goods out the door. What were. We have just made it through our back to school peak, which actually worked out okay for us, and we'll be going into another hiring phase and it will be determined whether the people that have been getting unemployment staying home are going to be ready to come back to work. Because unemployment stops. Do you think they will be today in those places? I think so. And I hope so. But I have learned in the last year that I don't know Jerome. When you say you've had to raise wages twice. What are we talking about here? Where are they right now? Depends on your average. We raised raised them between three and 4%. And may and another percent half just this past month. Um, and obviously starting salaries for over 15 bucks. So you know, we've been doing the right thing by the market and the market really dictates. You know what you need to do for the people have been with you for a long time because they're 58 year old company. You know we've had we've had people that have worked for us for 2025 30 35 years and you know, very loyal employees. You want to make sure that they're happy Mother, my bread acclimatizing to life in the United States, So I kind of asked this hesitantly. But should we talk about The holiday season job fast approaching, everyone keeps telling me fast approaching the holiday season. How's it looking from your perspective? I think the holiday season is going to be dependent on getting goods here. You know, this would be my 43rd Christmas since I graduated college and everyone gets just a little bit harder. But what we think we've seen pretty good demand coming up Until now. We haven't seen huge slowdown in demand. We think the man still going to be there, and every year, you know it ends up coming coming around because people always end up going out shopping for Christmas. I think the people that are going to win And this is our mentality are the people that service the customer? If you're servicing the customer, you'll end. Yes, maybe cost might be a bit higher. But as long as you can serve as a customer and keep them happy and keep them coming back, you'll continue to win as a brand. How early do you want consumers to order from you for the holiday season. You know, people start now and we saw it last year and we saw it for back to school This year, you know, people started early, ordering early and back to school, and they started ordering more. And my sense is the same thing is going to happen this year is that people will shop early and they'll want to buy more because they've had 10 up demand and they have good savings right now, and people will want to spend that's lands and CEO Jerome Griffith. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week Coming up. We're ending the week with a beer and a look at how the booze industry is working on gender diversity. We hear from the head of.

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"jerome" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"jerome" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Chairman jerome powell unveiled a new strategy a year ago in which the central bank would keep interest rates lower for longer since that time. We've seen the biggest inflation. Spike in decades with consumer prices rising five point four percent in july from a year earlier. So what should we expect to hear. From fed policymakers for some insight into the thinking at the fed we're joined by our chief economics correspondent nick. Tim rose nick. It's always good to have you here. It's great to be here mark nick. This conference begins when we're starting to see the impact of the delta variant in some parts of the economy such as travel for example. What's the feds outlook for the impact of delta on the economy. That's actually going to be a big question. Perhaps that chair powell will answer in his remarks on friday. I don't think anybody expects a sweeping policy change in the meeting. But it's kind of a case in point of the impact of delta a week ago. The kansas city fed which hosts this conference was planning to do it. In person they were requiring vaccinations for all attendees and late. last week. On friday afternoon The kansas city fed announced that they would scrap the in person conference and that they would do all virtual format which they did last year. So it's going to be hard for the fed to completely dismiss the impact of delta after the july meeting of the rate-setting committee chair pal did say that. The fed thought each successive wave of virus infections was having less and less of an impact on economic activity because we are learning to live with this thing. But it'll be interesting to see whether he modifies that view at all in his remarks on friday and so from your conversations with your sources is an interest rate hike announcement even on the table. No an interest rate hike discussion is not something that the fed is having right now. It's not something that they will talk about this year It's it's something that some members of the committee want to talk about for next year but what is on the table right now is something else. The fed has been buying one hundred twenty billion dollars a month of long term assets which is a way that they provide stimulus to the economy. Once they've already pushed interest rates down to zero and the question right now is one will. They begin to reduce the monthly pace of those hundred twenty billion dollars a month in purchases. What they call tapering. Those purchases and that is alive discussion The fed in their meeting last month. Talked about reducing our tapering. The purchases at some point this year and so there's a question as to whether they will signal that more strongly their september meeting next month. That's their next scheduled meeting or whether they will do something later in the year at their meetings in november or december and along those lines. What are some of the arguments that we may hear from the kansas city meeting and even beyond to tighten policy. Well there are two general camps one that says look The economy right now is being hit by supply shocks and so that's what's slowing growth and pushing down mortgage rates and encouraging people to go buy cars when prices are going up because builders can't build enough they don't have the materials they need when there's a shortage of semiconductors that are holding back that's holding back car production we really don't need to stimulate demand right now with these asset purchases and in fact a number of officials on the committee think that the purchases may be doing more harm than good then. There's another campus says. Well no we said we would continue these purchases until the economy made substantial further progress towards our employment and inflation goals and the labor market still needs to heal. And so we need to. We need to do what we said we would do. And continue with these purchases and so the trick for chair. Powell here is to find a consensus where he keeps enough people in both camps. Happy enough with the path forward and nick. Obviously economists are weighing in on this. But what about the white house itself. Does the biden administration see. Eye to eye with the chairman's approach. I mean it's still not known if he will be asked to return for a second term so far. The fed has really stuck to this view. Chair pal stuck to the view that these inflation pressures should reverse themselves over the next year. I think the fed has probably changed. Its view that originally. They were suggesting that this might be resolved in a matter of months. And they've backed away from that and that matches what the biden administration has been saying to. So there isn't any daylight so far on the inflation outlook between the fed chair in the white house and you know the more uncertain things get in the world. You look at what's happening in afghanistan and all the other problems that vitamin nistration has to deal with that would argue probably at the margins for maintaining the status quo with the fed chair who remains popular with both parties for the most part on capitol hill and in the markets. But it's not something that has been decided and it's not clear that president biden is going to make a decision until later in the fall There's a big fight coming on the debt limit. And it's possible that that doesn't get resolved until october and so that may push any decision on the fed chair and the other open positions Into october november. Nick tim rose thank you. We'll look forward to your reporting. Thanks so much. Mark.

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"jerome" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"No a closer look at the future of federal reserve. Chairman jerome powell. His four year term expires in february and president biden will have to decide whether to reappoint him or choose. A replacement powell. Republican shows in by president trump is viewed by some inside and outside the administration as the front runner for the job but president biden may prefer pick of his own. Let's talk about the people and the politics involved with our chief. Economics correspondent nick. Tim rose i nick. It's good to have you here. It's good to be here okay. So nick let's start with the man in the chair right now. Jerome powell tell me how is he perceived. What do people make of his time in the job. Powell is generally perceived. Well people like the way. The fed handled the response to the pandemic last year. There was a nearly a financial crisis. But we don't really realize that because the fed acted so boldly and quickly people like the way that he handled all the insults from donald trump and didn't really engage in a fight and on the left democrats like a shift. The fed has made in its rate-setting framework that emphasizes lower unemployment and has a little bit more tolerance for higher inflation. That's a change from how. The fed used to operate the main criticism. Powell doesn't come from democrats at comes from republicans who say the fed isn't concerned enough about inflation. But if you're joe biden right now. The fed is your friend and their policy of not getting overly concerned about inflation. It syncs up pretty well. With what the white house wants. So that creates less incentive for the white house to change horses with all of that said given his respect by both parties to an extent why even consider replacing him. well some democrats. Don't like powell. Some democrats think there be a more diversity across the government and that having a republican white male fed chair just isn't isn't appropriate in this in a democratic administration. He has left some people flat with his policies on bank regulation. They think he's been too weak or too easy on the banks and then there's some people in the democratic party who want the fed to play a more muscular role on climate change. Which powell really hasn't been willing to do because he thinks that is probably too far outside of the fed's mandate So for those reasons There will be some On the progressive side of the party who want biden to put somebody new at the fed so president biden could decide to bring someone in to replace. Nick who is on the list the candidate that represents the most continuity with powell's policies and that would give progressives some of the other things we've talked about would be a sitting fed governor lael brainard. She's been on the seven member board of governors of the fed's since two thousand fourteen. She's an economist. Who worked in the obama administration the treasury department and she's also very well regarded so she's at the top of the list of people to replace powell when you get past her. You run into this challenge of. You're taking a risk if you put somebody new at the fed markets usually. You're going to. It's going to take them some getting used to a new fed chair. And they're going to have questions if it's somebody who isn't who doesn't mark clear continuity with this leadership. They're going to say well as the fed changing its view about inflation as the fed changing its view about this new framework that it adopted. And so there's a risk. There and nick trade-offs aside if president biden does decide to pursue. Change there'd be obstacles. Well the other issue is that powell is popular with lawmakers so he could probably get many republicans to vote for him and the good number democrats. You need fifty senators. And most people think powell could get anywhere between sixty five and eighty votes Then there's also the issue again of having credibility in the markets and assuring markets that on the one hand you're not going to overreact to inflation But you're also not going to let it get out of control and so you know those those are the risks and there is a reason that presidents have typically reappointed a sitting fed chair Even even if that person is from the other party. Bill clinton reappointed alan greenspan. Twice barack obama reappointed been banenky. Donald trump broke that precedent in two thousand eighteen when he decided not to keep janet yellen and he put jpl in charge of the fed but markets price stability and so presidents usually make a calculus says. If the person who's there has been doing a good job you know. Let's give them a second term. Nick tim rose. I always get to talk to you. Thanks for the conversation. Thanks for having me and finally have you ever wondered why you see certain content when you're online typically it's because an algorithm has looked at a whole lot of data about you and is showing you what it things you want to see. We've been looking at one company in particular tick-tock the journals personal tech columnist. Joanna stern has been digging into this tick-tock says that shares likes follows searches. And what you watch all play a role in what the app shows you. But we found that tick-tock really just needs one of those which is how long you watch a piece of content to figure you out. And i think that is surprising to many people. There used to an app like instagram or facebook. learning more about them on what. They've searched for who they follow what apps they have on their phone. They're sort of this big tracking ecosystem but tick-tock doesn't seem to need any of that. It just needs what you watch..

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"jerome" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on The Radio Show

"For some of the songs that you make How do you come up with the concepts are are you writing by yourself or do you have a team that writes with you for your vision is your process. It's funny there's different phases. So the first phase of everything that you experiencing thus far has been a lot of the pen as myself to be honest with you. I'd say ninety eight percent of the work that you're hearing from the catalog bit exists in terms of lyrical. Content is myself and it's not a small catch. They must be about one hundred and something two hundred songs that have penned already That are out to released. And then forget the other like three hundred something plus that are out there but not really released well so now the stage that i'm in is on trying to work on a number one record for hit radio Pop radio let's say so. I've got a few different rights is collaborating within water. Put this material together to make. Sure that it fits. The singer songwriter scope It doesn't mean inventions like venturing away. From what i enjoy making is just a different element that i get to finally devil it because at the end of the day is audience. We actually make music in order for us to survive. So why am i making music. If i'm not trying to be a multi platinum selling artists right. i don't wanna go platinum. Then where my where. My line to buy meagerly. I don't really care whatever is like. Who am i lines so pretty much the next phase that we working on I i come up with all the concepts myself. I stopped him off. And then i'll bring in Different writers with different produces to help me develop those concepts. All the concepts of from life in the best writers in the world just lived really amazing lives in terms of experience. It sounds personal. Sound really happy that you said you wrote them. Because i was listening to this real personal but like in a good way like you seem very connected to the Singing and we should be able to vote on. One of these songs goes on radio like i think was my one of my favorite ones. I think was I think bamboo was one of my favorite ones. That got cool. I really like this on the flood. Be funny that's like one of the mix tape kind of demos. A lot of people are hearing demos in my head. You know. I just signed a new management deal In love with london management company called gawky music. And the guy that signed me was like your your stuff is done and like that's just the first part that's like the mix tape segment and these like what you mean. We know that sounds like what upbringing next. That's that's the stuff is okay cool but this stuff is is goodness like yeah. That's that's the problem. It's not great lead. Read a move. Let's i mean as an artist in your creative. You may think it's not like where you need to be. Sometimes other people are gonna think. That's freaking the maze. That's where it is which is like man like you talked about the dental statement. How many tracks to listen to our maiden studios that you look at them. You're like oh okay that that came from that because they understand the concept is divide. It's nothing to do with the science behind it. It's about does he does the feeling. Come through the feeling comfortable detract stunt. Does you see yourself in the song and you can like you know what i could really be in the club vitamin to this. I could meet a person in via with them in light. Leave with a whole new friend. You know stuff like that so very sixteen. I guess i'll share with you guys. Which is which is right now. That's that's a. That's a good thing. So i want to jump into the side of it where you know. It's obstacles that you're facing. We're trying to promote your music. I mean it's a matter artists. That are out here. So i'm trying to find out what's something that you thought. That was gonna be hard in promoting the but ended up being easier than you promotion of the music. I guess in doing so much content. I was fearful that i wouldn't be able to get all the tracks out there and get people to the music you know like i thought like okay. They might vibe a one song. But there's no waiting to check out the rest of this stuff and that was kind of like a misconception. Because what happens with people is if they hear something that really resonates with them then they wanna look for more. So that's kind of. I guess the the thing that got me like oh so it actually does work mike. You put out content as much content as you want and eventually it will get to the ears that he needs to get to go down the rabbit hole myself. I get what we assume. Because i understand you saying that we're gonna take because there's so much out there and try and i mean i guess you could say you presented to people you hope for the best. You know the work that you put in and you hope that the work that you put in comes out in that people enjoy that so that's a good way of looking at it so in terms of taking that and talking about then support is. Where does your support come from that aspect. I'm not talking about fancy people will listen to the music but a team like your family friends. Who was like the person who wins. Wrongs haven't won them days. Where you're not really feeling yourself. You've kicked by. Hey man you got to remember who you are. Let's go what are you doing. Let's go something that resonates took me twenty four years to get my father to say he was proud of me and he understood division that i had for myself and from there onwards whenever i've kind of got to the point where i'm like i'm done. He's like yo you started something. Finish it bro. And i'm like what like for him to say that it always resonates with me. I mean i've got a few other friends here. And there like a convention pool. Crews from zambia whose is an engineer producer as done some amazing stuff. He's made some of neil's vocals with diamond platinum. Like he's done some amazing stuff and he will hit me up randomly. And just be like bro. Remember you you're the guy and i'm not giving you the guy. The guy kourtney hails from london based in manchester england is one of the biggest authors out there and he also hits me up occasionally we are just get a voice abe rough. What's happening you know today even to make it happen because you always have made it happened so got like one two. Maybe people that have always had my back and said things when i needed to year. The most I don't really share much with people. it's in the music so you could tell like when i'm down like you can hear it in. The music is no way this tracks like broken inside in You know even things like so exchange with people that would listen to the songs all. That's quite dark but it's like. Yeah dr points in my life just so i use the music as much as i can as a diary to reflect my life and i don't i don't shy away from it. I don't think that while it's i understand. Everything's a chapter in. Also even when i'm feeling down on like what can i draw from this in order for me to still move forward towards my goals rather than looking at as in this is it. I'm done. it's like well. I've been there before and i know that there's something else coming. So there's just roll with the punches. I remind.

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"jerome" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"It was. It was like somewhere i forgot exactly where it was but it only lasted four years. Because you didn't know the way the corrupt government you know the biggest cases in the world dismantle the panthers funny but like i said most of my stuff is just like inspired from everything. I do my black panther design. My you know the black dolly was black power debt. Has you know so many. You know that i wanted that to the like have so many uses you know also like just even thinking about like demoss adamy design and that was like you know what if we just had a black eye actual just black currency. You know maybe this could be on black currency and you know i think the i think the answer to part of that the black currency i think that is. I think that is blackness. I think that's the current thing does he is almost like your credit is like you're black. You're black worthiness oh have you. I think that that's the thing that gets thrown around. Sometimes it's weaponized but sometimes it's that sign of being accepted into the black community in that way of you know they'll say like that. That's a everybody that is just info game. Chicken folk is kind of that. Y'all yeah i it's like your relative blackness whatever your because we devalue it but blackness is the engine of a lot of stuff that happens in this country. What have you re brand really quickly and for some of my views and that kind of space i've had white podcasters not want to record with me because i'm being described as militant. I was like nah just black. I don't get that whole thing. My hair straight ahead of you know like the little bit. I have left of so the last question i have. Then i'll give you the opportunity to shamelessly plugged your brands. What have you You're your sites in all of that stuff socials and all of that. What is the last song that you've listened to. I'm big on this about okay. So we so you know you know out to you know you know older brother you know in spirit you know race. May his spirits live on nipsy. Also you know he had a lot to do with my just you know just just a lot of just mile like mile mohsen principles you know it. Just you know just as being a black man so i had this. You know i had this place in my head. It's called victory. Lap music not losing actually like gives me pump actually sounds like when you pass pass as the finish line. You know what. I mean like this this this celebratory music and i listen just thinking about it right now. The butcher been which are this phenomena album yet to songs on one song is so it's to songs i put my victory lap music please. Thomas you know Is thomas song with low wayne and a burst that we could've did without from big sean and And also a song at the end called legend. Oh that song. As i love this so much that song like three times a day. That's vice so yeah i had. I had teased songs. I've been listening to you. That would be an victory lab. Like if i were to do on which. I still idea the listening to that dynasty intro for like two thousand just that beat us. Oh fire days a year you one is is a rock joined. J rocco win have heard win. Win win win. S everything else. That's not the individual Like no excuse this win- do so real quick Social media where can you find. Your way can check out your work right he. We're gonna hit you up well. My website is our dot com while merchandise hoodies. T shirts heads original. Work my prince. You know sketches on my instagram is the vanity h. e. g. r. o. v. y. Va in the al You can only be on facebook like that but my face to face is your trusted your arm. Yeah that's pretty much but you know. Allocate dot com the main site. That's i have everything in case you wanna check it out. That's a big bed. Somebody so for renaissance man for the allocate allocate artists madge around tested. This is rob lee saying that there's art in and around baltimore all you have to look for it..

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"jerome" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Kind of just you know. Wait for that to happen. You know a lot of times. I'll just don't do nothing. And just know just going about my day. And i always always get hit with something when anything is though a lot of these ideas on working off a lot of months years old so i got a lot of stuff in a chamber Hasn't seen the light of day even ideas from when i was in like high school in muslim. Still you know. China trying to get out but I kinda so basically you know. I i kinda just kinda just live my life and kind of just wait for that to happen then i you know you know. Get the writing down and you know working out a plan high. get out. it's like you get hit with it. Hit the holy ghost creating alley. Yeah in some ways. I can't call myself a renaissance man. Because i'm lazy often really lazy and i am kind of bored with us when something else so like studio like i got the i got the wild green screen out right now but i got my paintings and stuff and just different things. I used to call like failed. Artistic endeavors back adore. My walls right. Yeah every now and again. I get hit with just that inspiration. We can we call it that we associate different terms to try to explain things but you can use. Something is hokey. Is that creative magic right. Get hit with it. And i'm like i'm gonna paint this and then i can look back at each one of these paintings for sake of argument to know what i was thinking where i was at an what emotion i was feeling at the time but then not remember any steps in the process of doing as like. I know what i was thinking. I know how so. I get that done again because i can't read it and i remember when i used to wrap because that's every like black dude experience like in baltimore of certain age when i was wrapping. I remember i was sitting there one day when my good friends and i just just had just a verse in my head one take no no badges and she was like. Oh that's what you can do. And i've never been a recreate that experience and it's just like wow it's like i got hit with it. And the consistency that consistent hits me now is a podcast and it's like you know you'll get up for something it's like all right. I can put in at work here. I can do this and get this done. But when something now oh. This is a challenge. Now motivated in. I guess that genius comes out when the challenges there so someone give me something like macgyver. Cyle like i. You're going to go there to a studio nothing's going to work and you've got to record the next five minutes. Figure it out and flustered. you're going to get this done and i'll figure out a way to get recording. Get the whole thing done and then put on a still a really good show at the same time. And i'm like guy hit with something. I got hit with that energy Do you think creativity is something you're on with or something that is developed over time. So that's something else that i forgot to mention. Answer that but the other thing you know so on the avatar say you know genius moment A lot of the avatars. They have a heart. Like i think you don't truly become like an actual like four in a blown like official avatar and seeing. You can't like manley tap into the advertiser state so instead of trying to wait. I guess waiting around for the james moment is just like I guess you know when you actually can overcome that and actually manually tap into it that becomes like the actual you. Okay now you know now a professional you know what i mean like. Now come back. You don israel you know and and this is it to the next level. So ho- spirituality of it but you say our people seventy one thing real quick way you described it was like when exponential mutant finds their power to exit. And it's like initially and it's got the i beams can control. I just press glasses blamed professional. I it'll now like i'm not an amateur. I next level it just like that's what it is. I think people creativity not everybody is everybody. Is everybody's ball creativity. I think it was talking about that question this morning. About how wanted to you know to You know the the angle. I wanted to answer on the everybody's won't creativity. I think it's all about like how you harnessing it just like. How can actually you know. Put this into something new. You know that i love. How can i take this creativity and connected to with what i love to. Because i've had. I've had a lot of good ideas from people aren't artist. You know what. I mean vice versa. You know you know But i think they're all sealed taps into in our jeans. I advertised that. You don't like we ought we all have it like Honestly say we won't geez level talent you know but she got harnessed. You gotta realize what you wanna do with. You know how how you want to do it. But yeah definitely definitely i think we all have is i think i think some of the stuff is richard to like You have it. Initially what i was doing early early early on was i was drawing sketching something Did my own comic. Or what have you like middle school and had lakers relatives all every year every christmas. This is how we're going to our rob but we got colored pencils and we have art books. I did the whole thing. I went to city college. And i one for some like our program that was i think i was like twelve. But i'm a big guy. So i looked like i was like in my mid teens like i was like sixteen whereas this as your hair and a member wanted the review our needs to draw like x. men like for an animated series and he was just like it looks like a kid. Kill my confidence. It was like done dunzo huang all of this stuff that was kind of building it up and this was some guy from like the school at arts and that was working with city college at the time and i'd actually enrolled in city college years later but you pretty much. That was kind of the end of it for me. So i went into like writing like literally that do killed it from me and the funny thing about it in recent years. Just kinda chasing whimsey. Just i guess maybe you might be. You might be right and using that term renaissance man. Because you're that. I think i might have been shortsighted in saying that. I am not because i've slipped back into comic now. But i'm only writing it and i hired artists to the artwork for me and it's my backdoor way of getting into comics. Which is one of the things. I wanted to do as a kid. I was the earliest thing i wanted to do. People wanted to be astronauts. People wanted to be businessman. I wanted to be an astronaut comic. It was so funny. Because i was speaking speaking just expand on that little a little bit. care get 'cause i want to the but it's so funny like how things coming forward So now i'm venturing arkansas clothing ob still. I'm still as i said like do everything. I've been dropping the clothes. I started when i first picked up. A paintbrush is starting on t shirts. And i was in hospital. Ida mahmoud t-shirt business making sure he's for everybody you know don't don't things like that and but my earliest i like before like after i realized. Okay i wanna be artist. The second thing that came behind is not going to be an event. You don't wanna invent things and it's so funny because like now i'm coming back to that like actual design you know. So i'm i'm like even still got the sketches. I'm gonna put him on his chance. I still got the sketches of the ideas that have high school. Like i remember when. I was six degrees and i said a the young sitting there with headphones so great i was like oh it was like three or four so Oh two three guy with here phones over his little skullcap whatever..

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"jerome" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"You know. I'm not like a common you know. I had an epiphany realized that. I am not in the us painter. And but i still wanna be taken as a serious artist. So i realized that you know i sit. I realize how many things that actually did like. I'm in charge of the line tire brand like from the like from for marketing promotion color. Skiing's everything like. I'll make it up all of my own from sewing and stuff from cutting out the from buying the fabric Cutting it out stuffing in some of the pillows two painting the patches inhaling adhering them to my hats to buying stick. I was making homemade stickers. At one time i was i call it. A poor man's the poor man's was the poor. Man's are laminate where i would clear tape and put it over my paint stickers so it will waterproof you know so. I do so many things so i'm just old raw. Create a restaurant call myself a renaissance man. 'cause i just don't do one thing and i realized that i was only doing these things because i just didn't have enough money to pay somebody to do for me. You know so and acquiring all these. You know these. Are these jobs in these skills like. Oh you know you based renaissance Just jumping back and forth between you know The group event will jurong was like you know. It's kind of like kind of the same person. So i kind of struggled with that. And is kind of separating brand from person and just resigning to the notion that i'm very much my brand And like i do i. I'm the founder creator producer. All of the things for npr podcast and do teams rodriguez. And i do this. Podcast and i started looking at it. I talked with wanted to do. I want to To high school with. And you know this is almost twenty years removes graduating from high school. And he's like really crazy like jazz new york and we were just talking about it. And i was just like wow i've done. Nearly seven hundred six hundred seven hundred. Podcast and i was like rare rare instance. I've been doing it for twelve years. Rare instances where. I've been on a show where i've set there just produced it and just said there. Yo i'm running the board. Y'all good not on. Mike and i've been on air and so very much is just like i get very sensitive to people are saying. Oh this is definitely not on brian. How are you gonna tell me what's my brand. And what's not my brand. And i hadn't realized that in the protective of that and making the choice to kind of try to separate things a little bit where i don't call this rocket. This is getting to the truth in his art. This is brand of. Mtr podcast network all of that but really it's me being very unapologetically supporting of baltimore. Supporting of traders preneurs in rock as we we make jokes and that's how it goes So in your estimation. And i. And i think i have an answer so we're gonna take money off the table right What is the most important tool for creator fall. I was ethically crater Well let's go you. Let's go you make a general. Let's make it makes you in the last couple of when the last year my probably my most like important tool has been stylus. You know my my know. My pins But mainly my solace do all digital work. You know so unreal. Sketch it out you know. Droid uploaded to illustrator in our in our work from nine so that s probably like my most important too. I mean but if you want to go deeper into our have actually say you know my you know my mind. We're probably because that's where all the phones you know a lot of ideas you know not. Everything comes to light. But that's the actual workshop you know the the The think tank you. Everything comes from my imagination. I appreciate that. I think being able to. I think he broke it down very in a way. That makes a lotta sense like you know. Someone asked me the same question. I would say a microphone. Duh your your mind like if if you're not right like look at it from this standpoint people who over this period of very wild like racism and very it. We're still in the pandemic and political state that were all in all these different things. I feel like that. Maybe affects people's creativity in different ways. It may say oh. I'm going to focus more on this type of stuff and is the subject matter because this is on my mind or you're panicked or an anxiety ridden or depressed. That's gonna maybe hinder the output. So the mind being a part of it is very very important in in looking at like some old high castle. Have you know how you you'll have like something that some older wordless like. This might be a bad take. This might be able to relate to like five years but israel right now. so i'm doing it. Yeah you know for sure is being treated so. I always say like the mind. The mind is the river through with everything flows so that's clogged up. And you know then you is coming out you know you're not trading in you know for start of everything so speaking of like the mindset minds can can you. Do you see your finished project mean a finished product before you started in. Is there anything special to kinda help you get into that creative mindset to say okay. Let me get dollars. Let me start kind of sketching. Where am i but do you. Do you visualize your word as before you start at like. I know this what i want to accomplish. Or how does that work for you. Oh yeah you know. You always see the finished product. I but a lot of times you know it never really turns out the way you know you know that we wanted to you know tapping into that Gives me some art into my mo- my such as i explained this before so it just like so. One of my favorite cartoons is The avatar yet You know Avatar wine he merged with you. Know the spirit rahva united. It's a lot more to about rival was actual spirit. You know And he merged with you. Know what i emerged with the spirit. He advertise total wine. He couldn't couldn't stay with him that long so she had to leave what she was gonna kill him so something happened. I believe it was harmonica verges wherever and they was fighting on the came up with a name but basically they merged permanently and that is what You know started the avatar cycle. John back a little bit I was looking at his talk. I don't remember the name of the lady who Was but she was talking about. You know i'm begging certain. A times artists would have these things card Damon's or jesus and these these spirits that lived.

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"jerome" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"I call it I hate eating now and my bottled waters. That i fill up every morning and then i take off and then my day begins really begins. Its typical. I'm taking calls like i said and there's always a list of stuff that i see okay. Today i have to do this. And i get my papers organized the night before and then i get in my truck before. Even i feel like i've started my day accomplish anything. There's always like a little list of stuff that i feel. He has to get done today. And a work through that really quick in when i say really quick because it doesn't take that long in. That's the stuff that people procrastinate on. I think and i pushed through that list and then everything else is just day to day deals that everybody deals with right in so In his things come in i. I call myself. A fireman was dealing with with little fires and problems that come in each day of training. You grow my office so they call us. We have a little problem. I in my brain i go. We don't have a little problem. What's going on and we would. It is and i go. i'll just call it. Everything's a phone call. Everything's resolvable and people get caught up on that stuff and it's funny when you around new people to learn you and they learn your ways it kind you recognize things that you have assets that you have mentally incisive. That's not a problem. Just make a phone call to this person. This person get a handle no problem. This is a good mindset. I'd say you have a you have a great mindset because your mindset is constantly you have i would say you blinders on jerome. I've had them. I was taught when i was young. Kids don't stay tunnel vision that you can't see the horizons life around you but when you focused on the goal it's a tube of paper towel tube you know you look through what you focus on your goal and you don't let anything else disrupt.

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"jerome" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"I was offered a phd in in holistic nutrition. And and know anytime. You get offered something that you know. You've been serving that industry for thirty almost thirty years. Now you're like yay. i'm excited. Let's go do it right. And then the lord rebuked me. he said. I never told you to do that. You don't need that name behind your name to be to use the knowledge and wisdom that i've given to be successful just like you like your mom said you know your your mom is very much like my wife. Kay i don't. I've only seen my wife angry twice. And my and my and the fifteen years that i've known her twice once it me and once at somebody who stole from us okay. That's it. I don't think i've ever seen her like she literally jerome. She literally sees the best in everything. It drives me nuts like like. Can't you just like be like mad or like you know. And she said no you know. I've only been mad twice You and someone else. And i that time of seeing her. I don't ever wanna see her mad again so And she has a massive prophetic gift. I was telling the guy it at a church at a worship event last night. I said i don't ever mess up. Because i think my wife knows what i'm gonna do before i do it and so i'm just like i'm not going to mess up. I'm never going to mess up. Because he's gonna know she's gonna call me and say what are you doing you know and i'm like i'm like no so. Thank you for sharing that. I just out a whole lot more about you. That i didn't that i didn't know and i'm so glad it kinda tied in with your faith and how you've how you've went through that so tell me about. Tell me a little bit about real estate. Because what i've known is is that there's multiple avenues and venues of of real estate and it's really funny..

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"jerome" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"Guys. Welcome to another session of the heap wounds. Podcast it's actually a really nice day here in central florida and my my guest is. It's early for him <hes>. And and and we were just laughing and talking about that a little bit in and actually it's really funny. I've known jerome for a long time. Right i remember. We met thrive for the first time. We were sitting across the aisle from each other in the vip section. And we just. I just have followed him ever since and and i'll be honest with you. I don't follow a lot of people on social media right and <hes>. I just i just love. He's a man of integrity. he's a father he's a husband. He's a man of god he what's really good about who he is is the epitome of people that i want to have in my life and and i would say <hes>. One of the things. I i like to do on my podcast. Is i like to encourage our guests and learn from them but encourage them to and we were just praying beforehand. And i believe that. I believe and i just wanna speak this over my brother be as we get started that i believe that the even though he's had massive success and everything that he does but i believe that god is going to use him to build the kingdom in a greater way in the in the years to come in and that he's going to you know he he's a he's a father. I watched how he interacts with his children. He's a great dad <hes>. You know and and and the bible very clear about that it says when you raise your children in the ways of god when they they won't forget what department you and i know drome can say this too. We both married up. We have amazing spouses. That encourage us in in in in jerome has met leeson. You knows at lisa. Lisa is kind of <hes>. You know in in the book of proverbs it talks about a virtuous godly woman. And i always say that. If if i whatever ever turn to proverbs thirty one. I see my wife's picture there. And i see my wife's picture there because she challenges me. She encourages me. She pushes me to be better. And so when. When i when i look at the people that i want to have on my podcast jerome. No is that person. He's you know. I it's really funny. He started in the direct sales industry back in the day. I read that about him. You know he and let me tell you something you learn a lot by being in that industry you you learn to not want things for people they don't want for themselves. You learn leadership skills. There's just a lot of things that you learn and so <hes>. i dislike it that. He's he's an entrepreneur like he has multiple streams of income. Like i if if i used my dad's term for jerome. My dad would say jerome. Has his roofers card right like back in the eighties when you when you did all of these different things. My en- drum does trump doesn't even know this but my dad was a major construction forman for a large construction company whiting turner one of the largest construction companies in the world. And my dad was just a workaholic. He that's all he did like he would. He would leave it like five in the morning and he would come home at like nine o'clock at night and that's all he did and i think probably out of all the things that my dad is instilled in me. Drome is is that and i see that in you like he and when you think about real estate like he's he's he's a contractor. He's he's a he's likes to build he. He likes to invest he. It was really funny. I was he. He doesn't know this. So he's gonna figure this out now but i. I've been watching some of his videos because <hes>. And those of you know our story we had somebody still about a half a million dollars from us in two thousand eighteen in two thousand nineteen and then at thrive. We won the monumental business. Award thrive in two thousand nineteen. And now things have started to shift back another direction. So we're i want to be able to learn from jerome in have multiple streams of income be involved in real estate. I was watching one of his videos yesterday. About how to invest without having any money and he's just brilliant like he's he it's really funny. He's gonna laugh so my podcast went live. Today was what daniel quack. Which i saw that you were you guys were just together. I think and and and i saw you visited with him. And so it's it's funny. How god works at out. You have to men of god back to back that are that are that are good friends and <hes>. We we we we. We don't believe in coincidence. Jerome and so <hes>. Drown welcome to the he phones. Podcast my friend. I love you. And i appreciate you so much and i'm glad that you're here with me today. Thank you so much really appreciate you having me and yet it's been it's been a few years i it's funny. How fast time flies you know. And i really appreciate everything that you're doing and <hes>. I knew that. I respected with the first time i met you. Guys you guys were just incredible. People just by the <hes>. The hands of how you acted and carried yourself from day one from the time i met you guys so i just feel blessed to be here in very very thankful for you having me as a guest today. And yeah sam. Sam clock was just here in albuquerque and he was grateful enough to come out and help me with some training obstacles that we were having with our with our office team and he spent two days down here with us. So we were in fact will be on the phone daniel here in about two hours from

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"jerome" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"I met a man in the Strand one day that I knew very well. I thought though I had not seen him for years we walked together to charring cross and there. We SHOOK HANDS IN PART IN NEXT MORNING. I spoke of this meeting to a mutual friend and then I learned for the first time that the man had died six months before the natural inference was that I admit stake in one man for another an air that not having a good memory for faces. I frequently fall into what was remarkable about the matter. However was that throughout our walk ahead conversed with the man under the impression that he was the dead man and whether by coincidence or not his replies had never once suggested to me my mistake as soon as I finish Jebson who had been listening. Very thoughtfully asked me if I believed in spiritualism to its fullest extent. That has a rather large question. I answered what do you mean by spiritualism to its fullest extent. Well do you believe that spirits of dead have not only the power of revisiting this earth at their will but that win here? They have the power of action or rather of exciting to action. Let me put a definite case. A spiritual is friend of mine. A sensible and by no means imaginative. Man Once told me that a table through the medium of which the spirit of a friend had been in the habit of communicating with him came slowly across the room towards him of its own accord on night as he sat alone in. Pinon him against the wall. Now Kennedy of you believe that war can't you? I could Brown took it upon himself to reply but before doing so. I should wish for an introduction to the friend who told you the story speaking. Generally he continued. It seems to me the difference between what we call. The natural and supernatural is merely the difference between frequency and rarity of occurrence having regard to the phenomena. We are compelled to admit I think it illogical to disbelieve anything. We are unable to disprove for my part remarked. Meghan Shaughnessy I can believe in the ability of our spirit friends to give the quaint entertainments credited to them much easier than I can in their desire to do so you maintain at a Jefferson that you cannot understand why a spirit not compelled as we are by. The exigencies of society should care to spend its evenings carrying on a labored childish conversation with a room full of bad normally uninteresting. People that is precisely what I cannot understand mckesson. He agreed nor I either said Jepson but I was thinking of something very different altogether. Suppose a man died with the dearest wish of his heart unfo- Phil. Do you believe that his spirit might have the power to return to Earth? Incomplete the uninterrupted work. Well answered Shaughnessy if Horn amidst the possibility of spirits retaining any interest in the affairs of this world at all it is certainly more reasonable to imagine them engaged on a task such as you suggest then to believe that they occupy themselves with the performance of Mir drawing room tricks. But what are you leading up to why to this replied? Jepson saving himself straddled across his chair and leaning his arms upon the back. I was told the story this morning at the hospital by an old French doctor. The actual facts are few and simple. All that is known can be read. Indie Paris police records of sixty two years ago. The most important part of the case however is the part that is not known and that will never be known. The story begins of the great wrong done by one man onto another man. What the wrong was I do not know I am inclined to think however it was connected with a woman I think that because he who has been wrong hated him who had wronged him with a hate. Such as does not often burn in a man's brain unless it is spanned by the memory of a woman's breath still that is only conjecture and the point is immaterial. The man who had done the wrong fled and the other man followed him. It became a point to point race. The first man having the advantage of a day start the course was the whole world and the stakes were the first man's life. Travelers were few and far between in those days and this made the trail easy to follow the first man never knowing how far or how near the other was behind him and hoping now and again and he might have baffled him would rest for a while the second man knowing always just how far the first one was before him never paused and thus each day the man who was spurred by hate June nearer to the man who has spurred by fear at this town the answer to the never vary question would be at seven o'clock last evening masseur seven eighteen hours. Give me something to eat quake. While the horses are being put to. At the Knicks calculation would be sixteen hours passing a lonely shall. A monster puts his head out of the window. How long such a carriage pass this way with a tall fair man inside? Such one passed early this morning issuer. Thanks Dr on one hundred francs apiece if you are through the pass before daybreak and what for dead or says Missouri twice their value in one day. The man who was ridden by fear looked up in sub forum the open door of a cathedral and passing in knelt down and prayed he prayed long and fervently for men when they are in Sore Straits clutch eagerly to the straws of faith. He prayed that he might be forgiven. Is Sin and more important still that he might be pardoned the consequences of his sin and be delivered from his adversary and a few chairs from him facing him knelt his enemy praying also but the second man's prayer being a Thanksgiving merely was short. So that when the first man raise designees he saw the face of his enemy gazing at him across the chair tops where the mocking smile upon it. He made no attempt to rise but remained kneeling fascinated by the look of joy. Shown out of the other man's eyes and the other man move the high back chairs one by one and came towards him softly just then as the man who had been wronged stood beside the man who had wronged him full of gladness at his opportunity had come there. Bursts from the Cathedral Tower a sudden clash a bells and the man who's opportunity had come broke his heart and fell back dead but the mocking smile still playing round his mouth so he laid there then the man who had done the raw rhodes up and passed out praising God what became of the body of the other man is not known it was the body of a stranger who had died suddenly in the cathedral there was none to identify it none to claim it years passed away in the survivor and the tragedy became a worthy and useful citizen. A noted man of science in his laboratory were many objects necessary to him in his researches and prominent among them stood in a certain corner a human skeleton. It was a very old and much mended skeleton. In one day the long expected end arrived and it tumbled to pieces thus it became necessary to purchase another. The man of science visited a dealer. He well knew a little parchment faced old man who kept a dingy shop where nothing was ever sold within the shadow of the towers of Notre Dom though little parchment faced old man had just the very that menteur wanted a singularly fine. Well PROPORTIONED STUDY. It should be sat round and set up and mentors laboratory that vary afternoon. The dealer was as good as his word win. Monsour entered his laboratory that evening. The thing was in its place. Menteur seated himself in his high backed chair and tried to collect his thoughts but menteurs thoughts were unruly an incline. To wonder and to wonder always in one direction Montour opened a large volume and commenced to read he read of a man who had wronged another and fled from him. The other man following finding himself reading this he closed the book angrily and went and stood by the window and looked out he saw before him. The Sun Pierced Nave of a great cathedral on the stones lay a dead man with a mocking smile upon his space cursing himself for a fool. He turned away with a laugh but as laugh for short lived for it seemed to him that something else in the room was laughing. Also struck suddenly still with his feet glued to the ground he stood listening for a while then sought was starting is the corner from where the sounded seemed to come but the white thing standing there was only grinning on sewer. Wipe the damp sweat from his head and hands and stole out for a couple of days. He did not enter the room again on the third telling himself that his fears were those of a hysterical girl. He opened the door and went in to shame himself. He took his lamp in his hand and crossing over to the far corner with a skeleton stood examined a set of bones bought for three hundred francs. Was He a child to be scared of such a boogie. He held his lamp up in front of the things grinning..

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"jerome" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Told on this podcast by the way. Our story in this episode makes a reference to Randy. However not the girl's name. No I you know the beverage or the distilled spirit We do not encourage the use of any substance that might make you impaired or silly now and so just wanted to do a little disclaimer there by the way a listener named T. J. Road in and said the following he said I'm sorry but my podcast any gives the name. I won't mention it here. So we'll call it name redacted or something like that and anyway dumped all my info saved shows subscriptions the works. Your main podcast is called adventures in audio correct. I tried that title in their search and came up with Nada. This version of this name. Redacted is a later one and they seem to bury good shows and pushed the bigger more expensive productions. That could be the case here. Or being a fallible mortal I probably forgot the name well and then he says really enjoy your show. Great voice great reader you should have millions of followers. Wow thank you for those kind words. Tj And yet. I appreciate it if you spread the word. I'm not that real good on marketing. Really don't have time to market the show much not into social media. I just don't have time for those things I'm really Got A lot on my plate and you know as far as Now Adventures in audio will not be on any of the platforms. It's under short stories but adventures in audio dot. Net is the website. And if you can't find this podcast where you normally do his something like this happens. Goto Adventures in audio dot net and all the episodes. Are there for this and for poem. Cast the other podcast. They started while ago. And it's all there and so I got a I told. Dj that and he replied back and said he found the website. And all the pumpkin episodes. So that's that's cool. I'm glad he found. I don't know what happened to his platform that he's listening on. I went to that platform and I found the PODCAST is on there. I think they must have done something. Digest HIS ACCOUNT Z. Said he dropped all his Subscription and save shows and and and so forth so it must have been something they did to him Oh those dirty rotten rascals well probably some kind of mistake I hope if he get can get with their customer services something may be can get that straightened out There are platforms at our delisting shows. For whatever reasons seems a lot to do with music because some people are playing music? That is under podcasts. That that They know had the rights to or licensed to and. I don't think there should be a problem. I paid the licensing fee for the music. You here on this show so any of them does that to me. I'm going to be very upset. And call them and scream at him. I paid for this So it's It I'm not using you know my favorite Album or anything like that and some podcasts are in and some of them are getting Booted accidentally or something says like going on right now. So if you find yourself unable to find this podcast Kazaa go to the Website Adventures and audio dot net. And they'll all be there unless my hosting company boots me. I don't think they should they? I'm sure they like getting that Monthly fee from me so. That shouldn't happen but anyway. That's that's our safety net. Go to the website and it's all there on this episode. A man is wronged by another man and seeks revenge. But he dies. Do you believe someone can come back from the dead and seek revenge? I hope you enjoy the man of science by Jerome K Jerome.

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"jerome" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the catch roundtable. Try and catch the TVS here Sunday morning. What a mess. The world is in well. One of our friends of famous commentator investigative journalist and has written over twenty books in the last fifteen years has a new book and the day. The book is the deep coup-d'etat exposing the deep state reason and the plan to reelect president trump And we have jerome cost here with us. Good morning how are you? I'm doing great John to be with you. Thank you tell us about your new book. I mean I it just seems that deep down inside everybody knows we will put through two or three years of lies. You tell us what you have discovered well my new book coup day ties really explaining that this entire Russian collusion investigation A game was aimed at removing. Donald Trump from the presidency person was aimed at denying him the presidency and it was a fabricated plot. There was no Russian collusion. We found that out when Robert Mueller reported that and about a year ago around Saint Patrick's Day in two thousand nineteen. And I think I'm the only one who spent twenty hours with millers investigators they WANNA do indict me for lying. 'cause THEY THEY THOUGHT. I could connect Roger Stone and president trump to Julian assange at wikileaks. I it didn't happen. I could do it. I refuse to take their plea deal and I never got indicted and now. I'm coming back with a bull KHUDA. Tom Explaining chapter and Verse House. The the Mueller team worked with Komi and all the other Obama and Clinton operatives the Department of Justice and the FBI to Concoct this a lie that Donald Trump had won the election by stealing the Democrats emails and getting them to wikileaks to release to the public in other. That happen all the Donald Trump did not work with the Russians and no proof of that has come about so we have within the Department of Justice the FBI still there. A group of operatives like the left is operatives loyal to Hillary Clinton Than Barack Obama who weaponized our justice system to use for political goals to criminalise politics and I wrote kudos todd to expose them to bring them to justice. They are the criminals. It's finally sinking into commonsense Americans. What the truth is I think so John. I mean I think it'll be all take through the remainder of this year on. Daw where people have got to realize is that we're going from one crisis to another. I mean the Democrats just last month. We're concocting this Ukraine collusion theory. And you can. We have a Senate trial for impeachment now with Corona virus which is the crisis of the of the day. I guess it's hard even to remember that. The Senate trial happened in February. But it did it again. Donald trump escaped it and I think Donald Trump who also escaped this corona virus crisis. But the books writing I mean I it. Things are moving so fast. It's hard even to keep up with books. I mean this book I think is extremely important. Maybe the most important book I've ever written coup d'etat and exposes the fact that we've got a weaponized criminal justice department as aimed at punishing us for conservative or Christian politics and it's extremely dangerous but then of course corona virus comes on and it's extremely dangerous to so we're facing crisis after crisis right now and I've never lived through period like this in my lifetime. If you talk Kuroda virus you know people say the normal flu forty thousand people die a year well to me. Forty thousand people divided by fifty two weeks. That's almost eight hundred people a week. We've only had thirty. You know I hate to say the word. Only we've had thirty. That's from the corona virus and they shut down. All the United States is shut down the theaters. They shut down the sports events etc etc. How many people have died from regular flu? Well John. How many people can we a hundred people a day or dying on the Highway? And we don't stop driving cars. I mean I think the mainstream media then take. Msnbc THE CNN and they've decided this is a way they can maybe. Russia Gate didn't work. Maybe Ukraine Gate didn't work. Well now we're going to have virus gate and maybe virus gate will get rid of all trump. I mean I think the viruses a serious virus and ESPN taken seriously. But it doesn't mean to be a panic I mean it appears to be that over ninety percent of the people get this virus are going to survive and you know. I think we've got to take it very seriously. And I'm actually pleased that the president is ramping up our medical services. Because if this that we've had a series of these viruses we've had the mayors and the SARS of the Nile flu and then we had the Swine flu which vomited not take very seriously and we have got to be prepared for having a rapid response. Emergency medical care system that can kick into gear to do it. We're doing isolate the cases and up provided rapid response for Treatments and vaccines. And so I think the drill is an important drill but I think it's out of relationship to the degree of this particular threat. I think corona virus will subside naturally on its own through the course of the summer when flu season is fully done with and by fall. We're going to be having vaccines on the scene. I mean all already been reporting on in touch with a number of companies who are rapidly understanding Corona virus that are moving to treated and lead to provide vaccines. But there'll be another one right behind it. What I'm trying to warn people on. Is that the mainstream media is creating crises right now and is working to destroy president trump. And we've gotTA stop that The hard left globalist. You know the biggest threat to the globalist right now is that. I think we've finally expose the folly of producing all of our supply chain parts that are pharmaceuticals in China. We can't rely on China. President trump is right on. He can't have eighty five percent of antibiotics baited China. Because if they cut us off what happens and the Chinese government is communist it's Atallah Carrion may be willing to let its own people die with this virus and it seems to be most severe in China. It's severe Italy because a lot of the leather and closing plants up about round. Milan have been sold to the Chinese. Chinese workers are working there now today. So you know you got a direct tie between Milan. And we'll hod. You see the socialist countries in the EU or not. GonNa do well with this virus because they're being inundated from refugees out of the Middle East and then socialist states which they are they have a pro Ching Third World Health Systems under nationalized medicine. Fortunately the topic of medicine they CA- people can't get the right treatment. In Europe and president trump did the right thing closing off Europe from from the United States because You know his. We'll take your sick. We can handle the virus. If we limit the border costings and this again is the southern border at our legal immigration from the south is still wide open but the point is to control a health. Emergency like a virus epidemic. You've got to close the borders. So you don't get people coming in who are sick you've gotta isolate and find the people are sick and put them in quarantine the CDC does find out who they've been in touch with and go get those people in isolation you know this can be contained. And we're into a massive containment effort. I think it will work. But one of the problems is we still get a lot of our medical supplies and our our pharmaceuticals from China. And everything we're China's GonNa shut down right now including the supply chain and that's a big impact on our economy. President trump is on the right track. And he's been on the right track or the beginning with Barracuda I and the global hate it and I'm sorry but Euro Adler seconds left. Tell the people of the book began and where they combined came out much third. I understand your Khuda ties. The book and it's about exposing the deep state traders and reelecting president trump. It's on Amazon in the bookstores Jerome Corsi Oh ours. I KHUDA UTAH. I really encourage people to go read it. It's a very important book jerome. Thank you so much for coming out. Showed US Sunday morning. And we'll catch up with you again. Real always a great pleasure. John Thank you very much. This is the catch roundtable. Be Right back..

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"jerome" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"The kiss mix with the DG Jerome wanted two point seven kiss FM on one or two point seven kiss FM new music man okay when my car sometime after World job guys the weekend wake up.

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