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Fresh update on "jerome" discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine
"The market doing with money matters? West Mosque? That's that's my time. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, I came up with stink of misery. I can't top that for the next hour. Drive carefully, Okay, we'll just repair the other. Our That's right. That's right. Radio. Right? Hey, that worked in our one. Let's just play it again. What the hell to hell with the audience were not live anyway. Yeah. West Mars. How are you? Yeah, I'm live this morning with you. You are before he brought that up because we want to. So somebody just Tweeted something. The three of us, not you. You don't have a Twitter. I don't have a twitter because I'm smarter than almost everybody who walks the planet, But, uh, you guys are are with the rest. The 99%. And you so this doesn't make any sense to me. What was tweeted to you? He tweeted This is at at 4 20 Science. He said I'm embarrassed. I just realized yard live exclamation point. He put the CW superheroes. Oh, I see. So he just realized that we're not live. Come on. I've known that since 9 30 Hey, west boss. That's my that's funny. Um, First of all, I'm not so sure what the CW superheroes are. Oh, you kidding me? They are the superheroes that don't do anything. Action oriented or interesting What they do teach you how to be a better human being. Oh, I think I do. So one of my kids watches the flash. Is that what you're talking about? The flash. The flash and the arrow are kind of old kind of old school. Sort of pre woke. I would imagine there more woke down. They used to be everything in the last Two or three years is just a social studies lesson with a mask on and a Cape social studies. Teachers showed up one day with a cape and a mask that would be superhero shows on the CW. But we do we actually have a debate in our house? My oldest, He's 14. Looks at the CW shows in the superhero movies as just I guess he calls them. Some form of cheesy that young kids say What is it, Chucky? Um, no, they say try Fringy Cringe. E yes. Cringe. E yes, crunchy. Yeah, And my 11 year old loves the used to love these shows. But there's a big debate Well now and it won't be long because the older brother wins because the older brother's older, which makes the older brother cooler, which means after a while, the younger one is just going to go along and say, Well, I don't always seen as cringe E. So someone had to give up. These shows that I enjoy. That's peer pressure. And that's uh, childhood. That's kind of the way that it goes. You don't do things when you're 11 because you want to. You do things when you're 11 because you think it'll make you more popular, right? That's what growing up is all about. Try it on. You have to try on different things. What childhood is you trying to figure out how to be popular? Right West? Were you popular as a child? Look at him. Of course he was. Yeah, I don't I don't remember. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. No, I don't remember Deb. He lived. You know, you look at West Moss and you see this, Uh This this fancy urban you know, Brooks Brothers dude, but he grew up in a farm, the rural area. His dad was a veterinarian, for heaven's sakes. So he may have been considered like, you know, like there's always that family at school. He called like the dirt family or something. Some of those may have been the dirt family. I don't did he go to school? Did you go to school West with cow poop on your boots and stink all day? You know, I did in certain situations. Okay. All right. Only when it was appropriate. Alright, Really. It was horsemen or my main job was more We did have a couple horses, So I My dad was a vet, and he was going out to these farms. But back at our little farm, and it's not like some big We didn't sound like we had a combine. But we had animals that I'm one of the mean jobs I had was mucking out. No, I did. I didn't smell like more of a table or a horse. Yeah. Which isn't as bad as manure goes horse manure and not the worst spelling. I like. I like the smell of like a farm like a manure. I do like the remained didn't know it really is. It's welcoming when you come home, and I think it's why I ended up living in the city. Is that I? I really when your kid you gotta want something different. Yeah, I got to say when she said that for some reason, I got some sort of alternate universe. Apocalypse Now thing happened in my head. I love the smell of horse poop in the morning. I take I spread under my eyes were ready for battle. We talk the covid economy with West Moss. I believe West Mosses in the transitory camp. Now, when it comes to inflation, he may be right. I don't know. But Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. On Capitol Hill and yesterday and he's basically saying don't overreact, and he's gone the record Now he's saying this high inflation that we're seeing now transitory. That means as a result of the supply jam up the supply choking that's going on because we're restarting the economy not only to here but all over the world. So you have supply problems. That means you have more demand and supply and he is now on the record as saying. I think that this is temporary, transitory and which I like the fact that he's at least on the record, because if he's wrong in a year, we can we start back in his face. And the verb Ege and we remember it's very evident that Fed officials, particularly Powell, in the last couple of Federal Reserve, so yelling and now pal and They are always so careful to couch everything. And they're very careful about not making real strong predictions and they change literally. When when you have a fed meeting, they'll take the paragraph and they'll change. 327 words out of 500. That's how measured and careful they are, so they very rarely go out on a limb and are emphatic about anything and it was. It's interesting what Jerome Powell said this week was the most emphatic I think I've ever seen. Him or any other Fed official and he he literally used the word very, very. He used a double, varying double a double..
Federal Reserve Expects to Raise Interest Rates in 2023
"The end of a two day policy meeting federal reserve chair. Jerome powell announced that the fed plans to raise interest rates by twenty twenty three. The projections follow a rapid economic recovery and increasing concerns about inflation. Which has been higher than expected. Stocks fell in the news. The dow closed down point eight percent the s. and p. Five hundred dropped half a percent and the nasdaq was down. Two tenths of a
Fresh update on "jerome" discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Rest of June and between 50 to 80 flights a day for the first half of July. On Tuesday, American canceled 130 flights and by Tuesday afternoon more than 200. Other flights were delayed, according to tracking service Flight aware U. S Airlines were barred from furloughing workers during the pandemic as they received federal aid. But American has this Smaller staff after encouraging thousands of employees to quit or retire. I might cross CIA. This is a P news. The delta vary. It is the cause of more than 20% of the recent coronavirus infections in the United States. Dr. Anthony Fauci says vaccines are effective against the delta variant. Conclusion. We have the tools, so let's use them and crush the outbreak. Federal Reserve Board chair Jerome Powell tells the congressional committee. It is expected that recent jumps in prices will soon subside. Lowering inflation to a sustainable level. As these transitory supply effects abate inflection inflation is expected to drop back toward our longer run gold. Consumer prices increased 5% last month compared with a year earlier, the largest increase in 13 years. Powell blames temporary supply bottlenecks, especially for computer chips for new cars, and since prices fell sharply last spring, the start of the pandemic, the percentage of the increase is much larger. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News Senate Republicans have blocked an expansive elections and voting bill during a key test vote, forcing Democrats to face tough questions about the next steps. Before the People Act and needed 60 votes to overcome a GOP filibuster man came nowhere close. Senate Republican chief Mitch McConnell had blasted the bill as a partisan power grab and a federal overreach into how states run elections. And so finally today. We will. Put an end to it hours before the vote. This fight is not over. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said. President Biden's committed to boosting voting rights and it will be a fight of his presidency long past today. But there are questions about how Democrats can move key legislation in a nearly evenly divided Senate and whether filibuster rules should change. Sadder. Megane Washington Voting rights bill I'm Tim acquire with an A P news minute. Senate Republicans have been able to invoke culture blocking debate over a House passed elections Bill said. The Democrats say it's needed to ensure all voters have the opportunity to cast a ballot and offset state efforts to restrict access. In a sort of Democrat Amy Klobuchar says the GOP block the measure doesn't mean the effort against voter suppression has lost. This is not the end of the line. This is only the beginning. Because if you have your way those voters won't just be at the end of the line. They're not going to be able to vote. Democrats needed 60 votes to move the issue along President Biden plans to lay out new steps to stem a rising tide of violent crime with a particular focus on gun violence as the administration officials braced for what they fear could be an especially turbulent summer. In the speech tomorrow, Biden is to unveil a series of executive orders aimed at reducing violence, and he will renew his call for Congress to pass gun legislation. I'm Tim Maguire..
China's Mars rover touches ground on red planet
"China's Mars rover has left its landing caps you'll to begin exploring the surface of the Red Planet. The remote controlled vehicle called Jerome will look for signs of life by examining the atmosphere as well as sub sort of surface water and
Fresh update on "jerome" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
"Last year because of What? Covid. I have never heard of this. Yeah, part of San Diego says the 20 minute fireworks extravaganza will start at nine PM, with advanced pyrotechnics launch simultaneously. Or simultaneously from four. This is British for a minute. I guess it just uses sort of went there. It was just in the UK from four barges around San Diego Bay. It's always great. It's always so much fun. I love it. And if you have an opportunity to watch it from aboard the USS Midway, you should do it. Yeah, cocoa into your time. 7 25. It is time for news about your money was silly. It's brought to you by bay Alarm protecting your business like nobody's business. Hey, Sully. Hey, guys. Good morning. We're having a good morning on Wall Street again. By the way yesterday we had a We had a record on the NASDAQ. We pushed higher from its all time high on June 14th. So we're looking really solid, as and by the way s and P was really close. I believe s and P is going to be probably hitting a record today. The way things are going well within five cents of a record right now, so Everything is looking solid. What's driving the market? Well after this record finish, I just talked about last week, we saw the Dow Jones logged its biggest weekly decline in nearly Oh my gosh, I think was since October. We're bouncing back because the Fed Reserve just yesterday after last week, saying that it was going to be raising interest rates sooner than later, Jerome Powell says Look, it might be sooner than later. But it's not gonna be that close. It'll be sometime at the end of next year at the beginning the following year. Which signals that they believe that they're going to have to cool off inflation, even though they think it is transitory or short lived. So investors deciphered all of this as implying the feds not going to slam the brakes too hard. They're going to hold the markets hand throughout all this normalization project process, and that's what's helping the market yesterday. And today the Dow Jones up 13 points right now, 30 9 33,059 there. S and P just few points away from an all time record. It 40 to 52 NASDAQ at a new record this morning up another 51 points at 3 14,003. So we're looking very solid on Wall Street today. I think it's going to remain that way. As long as this inflation talk starts calming down coming up here at 7 55 how PCs became giant smartphones. There's a big story about quarterly PC sales and it ain't from Mac. It's from Another maker. Really what it is? Yeah, I know. Right? I was really surprised as I wrote that this morning. Pretty good. All right, guys, see them at. Thanks, Sally. Alright we hear from the Coronado basketball team Captain following that tortilla throwing incident What many are calling a racist display? Plus your traffic your weather. Kogo news time, 7 27. Jiffy Lube..
"jerome" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"John hopkins of prague was martyred on july six fourteen fifteen in constance. He was there on trial at the council of constance. he was promised safe conduct and that was revoked. He was imprisoned for many months before his emaciated body was ordered to march to the spot where he was burned at the stake he was not prog only martyr another martyr from prague was jerome of prague. Jerome was born in thirteen. Seventy nine in prague. He was a student at charles university. He later traveled all the way to oxford to study. And there he encountered the teachings of wycliffe he was quite the peripatetic student and so after oxford. He went on to europe's leading universities. He studied at paris then at cologne then at heidelberg. He seemed to be one who like to collect masters degrees. He was collecting masters degrees. From all of these universities. He even traveled all the to jerusalem and fourteen o three in fourteen ten. The pope issued a papal bull outlawing wick cliffs readings. This would be used against jerome of prague. At the time and fourteen ten he was in vienna and he was arrested. He escaped and he made his way back to prague. At the heart of jerome's teaching was the question of authority. This of course prefigured. The reformations emphasis on sola script torah. That is the idea of scripture on the church's authority versus scripture and tradition. Jerome like the reformers who had come a full century after him believed that the teachings of the bible could be directly read directly studied and should be directly obeyed by every christian. He did not see the need for the council's and church authority to work. Its way in between the christian and the bible so a full century before the reformers were emphasizing and boldly declaring solar script. Torah jerome of prague was doing exactly that and for that he was condemned now when hus left prague for the council of constance. This was in october of fourteen. Fourteen jerome vowed that should things go awry for us. That jerome even risking harm to his own body would join him. Haas pleaded with jerome not to do so but jerome made the vowel nevertheless. Well things did go awry for hus. He was imprisoned and by the spring of fourteen fifteen. It looked like he would be destined to be martyred and so out of loyalty to the truth. Thint out of loyalty to his brother and arms. John hus jerome valentin went to constance. He arrived in april of fourteen fifteen. He was imprisoned for many many months. He was cruelly tortured and he was subjected to numerous mock trials. As mentioned it was in fourteen fifteen that hus was martyred during that time. Jerome of prague was imprisoned in constants. he would go on to suffer even more months long after his trial at one point. Jerome did recant. He had been tortured. He had been hung by his heels for a significant amount of time. And after that time jerome did recant his views. But he later repented of his recantation and he once again affirmed what would be considered heretical views by his church and so he had one final trial in may and then on may thirtieth fifteen sixteen. Just like john hus before him. He was led out of his prison cell out of the city gate about a kilometer. Way out of town and there he was led to the pyre and there he was martyred he was reported to have said this soul in flames. I offer christ to the that is jerome of prague. And i'm steve nicholson. Thanks for listening to five minutes in church history. As i see we have a few seconds left the end of this week's episode. I thought i'd share a quote from our friend. Charles hadn't spurgeon that great nineteenth century baptist thundering from his pulpit in london he writes grief for sin is the porch of the house beautiful where the guests are full of the joy of the lord..
"jerome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Jerome Adams says the science is sound. The same moron who told his early on not to wear a mask Great. Yeah, they're using the excuse of cyber That they didn't want you to wear a mask in the beginning because they were worried about you buying the mascot the nurses needed And the doctors. So I'm not. Yeah, I don't know. You want more? Jerome Adams? You got it. Cut. 11 says that the lack of CDC guidance Has been happening ever since the Ebola virus. Well, we want to learn from our mistakes and one of the things that is continually happened and I'm wearing my Ebola's necktie. Right now. This goes back to Ebola's There was very poor communication about new guidance from the CDC to state and local officials. It's continued to happen, and it's frustrating to me to see it continue to happen under this administration because people lose trust in the public health system when they go to their public health official, and I literally heard this from a public health official. They were in a press conference and got asked a question about CDC guidance and had to honestly say what CDC guidance Yeah. Yeah, because you've got well like the caller from San Diego. You got his are in San Diego. Probably every county in the country has a czar. What, said 5000. They all counties have public health department. And this is their This is their time. They've been They've been grudging through life in the public health department, not getting any recognition, not Being recognized for their work. And this is now there. They're the star that they're in the spotlight and they're going to make the most of it. So they don't want you to lose that mask. No, we need you to keep wearing that thing. Phone numbers. 855295 66 100. Yes, I'm.
Treasury Secretary Yellen Hints at Rise in Rates
"Did janet yellen just put the market on notice that higher rates are coming. It may be that interest rates will have to rise somewhat to make sure our economy doesn't overheat and just hours later the white house back that up. You mentioned this coming friday. She said in remarks published today that interest rates will have to rise somewhat to make sure that our economy doesn't overheat. This president vice president certainly agrees with his treasury secretary secretary later clarified her remarks. Saying it's not something. I'm predicting are recommending. If anyone appreciate the independence of the fed. I think that person is me but still her comments got us. Thinking could higher rates beyond the way either changing fed policy perhaps pressure from the white house or possibly a change at the top with fed chair. Jerome powell term ending in february
Firms May Have To Disclose Climate-Related Risks In Financial Disclosures
"The Companies like to talk about going green and fighting climate change but they're not necessarily keen to admit if They have a factory in an area prone to flooding or if their supplier was just hit by a hurricane. Npr's h j my explains that if regulators get their way that will change when software. Company hewlett packard. Enterprise was looking around houston for its new headquarters. It took all the usual things into consideration the location. The cost and also this flood plains historical weather events how to the freeways functions. They go underwater. Do they not executive john. Fry says accounting for the impacts of climate is something to company has been doing for years like when deciding where to locate headquarters. Hp learned this the hard way fry. Says he was in houston. The city got hit by hurricane harvey and twenty seven flooding the company's it data centers when you have actual live event. You discover things that you didn't consider now. Regulators like the securities and exchange commission the federal reserve and other planning to force companies to incorporate those type of climate risks. That's because natural disasters are expected to increase in frequency and intensity his fed. Chairman jerome powell. The reason we're focused on climate change is that our job is to make sure that financial institutions banks particularly the largest ones understand enter able to manage the significant risks last month. The sec issued a list of fifteen broad questions asking investors and the public. What information companies should be required to disclose the deadline for responses is june. It's a slow and methodical approach. That's because figuring out how climate change impacts businesses is not always easy. Says paula the purna on adviser nonprofit. Cdp if a factory burns down you see the fire. But if dealing with climate change is is a very insidious invisible risk
Fed Will Begin Reducing Bond Purchases Before Raising Interest Rates
"The chairman of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell, today, suggesting that the Fed would follow the same playbook and develop back in 2013 and 2014 once it decides to reverse what it calls its asset purchase program, meaning tapering off those asset purchases would come quote well before any interest rate increase was part of a virtual conversation sponsored by the Economic Club of Washington. Here's some background since last summer, the Fed has been buying about $80 billion in Treasury bonds and about $40 billion In mortgage backed securities each month is a way to boost the economy and to keep the financial market conditions on an even keel. So for now, you can expect interest rates to remain low. He offered this assessment on the U. S. Economy post Cobain 19. E. I think the first thing to realize is that the structure of the economy is always changing. So the economy that we had back in college was one where low unemployment leads a high inflation and inflation state. Hi. It's very different now. And so we have to constantly update our thinking about the way the way the economy actually worked now bringing that to the present. We're coming back to a different economy. It's not going to be the same economy is the one we left and weigh. Don't know. Exact. What that will be, But we have some ideas and we're going to be finding out. I think you're beginning now. One of them is that they'll beam or, of course, they'll beam or remote working remotely. That's one thing another is we've talked to companies and been consulting firms who have pooped surveyed companies and many, many companies have spent the last year thinking about how they can use more effective technology, perhaps at the expense of of the number of people that need it. So do that. Do Their work with fewer people. And that's a lot of the service industry companies that have been traditionally big hirers of relatively low skilled low paid people. So that's a concern because we still have many millions of people from those jobs who were working in public facing service sector jobs. They don't have a lot of other skills or wealth. And so we need to be thinking about what they're going to do and how how they gonna find their way back to the lives and the working lives that they had, and it'll be different. Other ways as well way we'll be learning about that. And we always try to try not to settle on one model of the economy and think that we really understand this because it's ever
Jerome Powell Says US Economy Poised for Stronger Growth
"And hiring ahead thanks to rising vaccinations and powerful policy support. Well, I would say that this growth that were expecting in the second half of this year is going to be very strong. How also warns covert 19 remains a threat to growth. He made the comments on 60 minutes heard Sundays at 10 P.m. on Bloomberg 99 1 in Washington. Stay tuned for more from the Fed coming up today when we speak with Jim Bowler the ST Louis
Fed Chair Powell Says US Economy Poised for Stronger Growth
"Reserve chairman Jerome Powell told 60 minutes the nation's on the verge of a major economic change. What we're seeing now is really an economy that seems to be in an inflection point, and that's because of widespread vaccination and strong fiscal support Strong monetary policy support. We feel like we're at a place where the economy is about to start growing much more quickly. But Powell said the nation has not completely turned the corner and the pandemic is still a major risk to the economic recovery. Some
Derek Chauvin Unlikely to Testify in George Floyd Trial
"Will testify. I think it would be so dangerous to put him on the stand. What is he going to say on cross examination when he's asked? Why didn't you get up? When you saw that George Floyd was not breathing? He was not moving. He didn't even have a pulse, so I would never put him on the stand under these circumstances. U S economy poised for an extended period of strong growth and hiring was the chair of the Federal Reserve. Jerome Powell in a 60 Minutes interview tonight. Downplaying the risk of inflation to more more people to
How the COVID-19 Pandemic Will Impact the Future Of Work
"Of the Federal Reserve says the U. S economy is headed for a strong recovery post pandemic, but Jerome Powell warns people won't find the same labor conditions as businesses embrace new ways for employees to work. They've spent a lot of time since the pandemic arrived, looking at ways to have more effective technology and perhaps fewer people. So you're going to see some of that in these public facing job so There will be millions of people who have a hard time finding their way back into the workforce and recovering the lives that they had just a year ago. PAL spoke yesterday to the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.
Fed's Powell: US nears full reopening to 'different economy'
"Federal reserve chairman. Jerome powell pointed to a strong march jobs report as a sign of continued economic recovery. But he says the fed is still waiting to see a significant improvement in the economy before easing supportive measures and we got a taste of what faster progress will look like with the march plummer report close to a million jobs particularly if you add in the revisions for january and february and we want to see a string of months like that so we can really begin to show progress toward our goals. Powell spoke today at a seminar on the global economy hosted by the international monetary fund. He also expressed the importance of vaccines for the us and global recovery.
Fed's Powell: US Nears Full Reopening to 'Different Economy'
"Federal reserve chair Jerome Powell says the U. S. economy is heading for a strong recovery but not for everybody we're not going back to the same economy this will be a different economy Powell says some industries will likely be smaller than before the pandemic in other cases employers have spent the pandemic finding ways to use technology instead of workers wherever they can there will be millions of people who have a hard time finding their way back into the work force and recovering the lives that they had just a year ago in remarks to the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Powell said the piece of virus vaccinations am signs of rapid hiring or putting the US on track to allow for a full re opening of the economy fairly soon Sager macaroni Washington
"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.
Hundreds evacuated from fire at Indonesian oil refinery
"To try and retake this town. Indonesia State Energy company is trying to control a huge fire at an oil refinery. This injured and number of people videos on social media showed an explosion and towering flames. Jerome, We're around reports from Jakarta. A massive effort to extinguish watch fire at the balloon and oil refinery operated by state owned oil and gas company Tamina is underway. At least 20 people are injured and have been brought to a nearby hospital. More victims are expected. In its statement, but I mean, I said the fire broke out shortly after midnight on Monday early morning. The cause of the fire is unknown, but it began during a lightning storm. Nearly 1000 people have been evacuated from their
Metro Atlanta's Gwinnett Police actively searching for double homicide suspect
"In Gwinnett County. A woman and her teen son shot dead in a flowery branch home. Gwinnett County Corporal Colin Flynn says police believe they know who may be responsible for the double shooting death. Investigators responded to the scene and were quickly able to identify a suspect in this case. That suspect is named William Jerome at the 24 year old Adams is believed to be the 40 year old female victim's boyfriend. Her 16 year old son also killed no motive determined yet. Crimestoppers is offering a $2000 reward for any tips. Homeland Security Secretary
Tesla Will Accept Bitcoin as Payment, Elon Musk says
"Can now buy a tesla with bitcoin. ceo elon. Musk said in a series of tweets on wednesday that his electric car company will begin accepting the crypto currency as a form of payment money and tech editor brett. Molina has more. He says any bitcoin that is used to purchase. A tesla will be retained as bitcoin and it will be converted to fiat currency which is basically a fancy way of saying that it won't be converted into money that is government issued must also said the option of pay by. Bitcoin will be available this year for consumers who are living outside the us Tesla talked about accepting. Bitcoin is a form of payment in a filing last month with the securities exchange commission. So it's a big deal. It gives bitcoin more legitimacy as it grows into this new form of crypto currency. There are still some concerns though with the adoption of bitcoin although more companies are starting to use it a federal reserve chair. Jerome powell recently warned that the us public needs to understand better. The risks center involved with using crypto currencies. And he compares it more gold. It's not necessarily something that equates to a dollar but it's more like an asset like gold
Yellen, Powell say more needed to limit US economic damage
"Treasury secretary Janet Yellen and federal reserve chair Jerome Powell told the house committee more must be done to limit the economic damage from the corona virus pandemic Powell says the economy is improving the worst was aborted by swift and vigorous action but he added it's important to continue government economic support Republicans are worried about possible tax hikes on the wealthy and corporations Georgia Republican Barry Loudermilk says economists are predicting economic growth economists also believe the packages six and a half times larger than it needs to be Yellin says the country has lost nine point five million jobs will have a huge problem of joblessness I'm in order Yellen also talked about the prospect of returning the country to full employment next year at Donahue Washington
Fed's Powell Says Recovery Is Far From Complete
"Are speaking throughout the day, including fed presidents of Dallas, Saint Louis, Atlanta and New York. Sandwiched in the middle of testimony from Fed chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen prepared remarks reiterated Powell's earlier statements about a recovery that is far from complete and a continuing accommodative stance by the Federal Reserve on monetary policy. Blame the harsh
Fed's Powell Says Public Should Understand Risks of Bitcoin
"Fed Reserve chair Jerome Powell said on Monday that the US public needs to understand the risks behind Bitcoin and other crypto currencies even as the central bank itself studies the potential costs and benefits of a digital dollar of Powell said the Fed is conducting research through an in house technology lab and collaborating with M I T to study if the public wants or needs a digital currency, but the risk to individuals That is significant, according to pal. Or work on CBD sees is not primarily motivated, Aided by the appearance on the scene of crypto currencies and stable coins, it really is fundamentally technology has made it possible for us to offer a new form of trusted money and that sovereign anchor that has been so important for economic development for a very long time. And we're looking carefully at whether to do that. So turning your question crypto assets which we call him, Chris Crypto assets, You know, they're they're highly volatile. See Bitcoin. And therefore not really useful is a store of value and they're not backed by anything. They're more of an asset for speculation, so they're also not particularly in use as a means of payment. It's more a speculative asset that Z essentially a substitute for gold rather than for the dollar. And I think with crypto assets of the Publicly still understand the risks. The principal thing is there's the volatility is also the outsized energy requirements requirement for for mining on the fact that they're not backed by anything which I which I mentioned. Turning to stable coins so to the extent of stable corners back by sovereign currencies of leading nations. That's certainly an improvement over crypto assets, I would say, but nonetheless. Where is the credibility Come from? It comes from that sovereign currency that is the backstop. You know, the thing is existing sovereign currencies are issued with the benefit of the public in mind that potentially fast and wide adoption of a global stable coin. Potentially a global currency, governed only by the incentives or private company is something that will deserve and will receive. Highest level of regulatory expectations. Um so and his regulation where it needs to be on global stable coins yet it's not, but we're making progress. Nonetheless, stable coins may have a role to play with appropriate regulation, but that role will not be to form the basis of a new global monetary system. Um, private, stable coins. They're not gonna be inappropriate Substitute for a sound monetary system based in central bank money, Bitcoin has soared nearly tenfold and value compared with a year ago, hovering around 57,000 on Monday. Meanwhile, Tesla has said that it was buying 1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin and with soon start accepting Bitcoin payments of four cars.
Weekly Market Recap
"What moved markets this week the week ending friday march nineteenth twenty twenty one a week that was anchored by the fed interest rate decision and policy statement and ensuing press conference by chairman. Jerome powell the markets did not do very much earlier in the week in anticipation of this and originally greeted powell's statement loose monetary statements. I should say with bullishness with some buying occurring. After the fed meeting on wednesday afternoon that reversed on thursday as yields shot up and stock markets were sold off pretty dramatically in some instances. The nasdaq fell three percent on thursday. And today friday things are kind of shifting around a little bit. We had some selling earlier and they have since come in. Nasdaq is now up for the day. And we're looking at losses but not very big losses for the major indexes for this week so a big week especially when it comes to fed policy. Lot of commentary around that. And i'm looking forward to what my colleagues have to say about it. I will introduce them now. I am joined by sticking alpha editors brad olsen. Vp of news. Kim khanh senior news editor. Stephen alpher managing editor of breaking news. And i'm your host and moderator nathaniel e baker senior editor of strategic contributors kim. Let's start with you. What was your take on. The events of the week ultimate another volatile week and we've had to deal with You know stocks kind of being dragged around by yields again. But i think it's also maybe seemed worse than it was because of thursday's sharp selloff. But now we've got nasdaq. Maybe looking at if it goes down for the week before out of last five that it's been lower but it's got it's started to gain some traction today as we were talking. Could actually you know. Maybe we gained more traction pull out a win just barely for the week. I think inflation has been on. Everyone's mind and not whether or not there is inflation. Think pretty much people are green. But there is if you looked at The philly fed that was out this week The prices paid index jumped to the highest level. It's ever been it's been since march one thousand nine hundred eighty though. There's definitely i mean. The prices received also spike sharply. So there's definitely inflation being seen this inflation in the pipeline data on now. The question is whether it's good or bad inflation and a lot of times you know. Everyone's like okay rates are out in. The market's gonna sell off but you've had good years where rates have been going going up a bit because of growth in. The market's gone along with it so there's been a i think a lot of debate about that and also we're kind of seeing maybe some more evidence of rotation which is not necessarily rate striven just people just still taking are looking at growth and looking for these reopening stocks cyclical stocks and Selling some of the bigger tech names to buy those stocks. And that's going to have an outsized impact on the indexes. Yeah and i guess. The question is also whether the inflation that we're seeing is transitory to bar the feds term which basically apparently means they can just ignore it. Or if it's something a little bit more permanent which might get them to start tapering brad. What's your take. Who are the winners and losers. Definitely this week was a cyclical rally. You saw airlines takeoff literally Partially on the tsa data that we saw travelers start to move around the country. A little bit more aggressively young american airlines alaska air united airlines all up about double digits. Interestingly enough the thing. Sanford bernstein even called out some of the value names or more traditionally cyclical names as screening or momentum. So that's one of the first time i've ever happened or as happens in two thousand sixteen where the value names are now technically momentum names of this upswell of of equity interests that we've seen over the past couple weeks really pick up steam and so that that that involves autos materials energy etc over the past few weeks. Although this week energy was clearly a loser on that steep drop off that we saw an oil the admit marathon oil achy. Wheelock smell the trillium. They took it on the chin Crude i think it had its worst day since september Earlier this week so outside of the energy names. They're the sickles. Were still a big winner. Obviously i think you've powell tried to assuage your concerns about how aggressive the fed was going to be I think just he just issued another editorial earlier today discussing you know trying to reassure the markets. Hey the dove even though quite a few of the members did express an interest in in raising rates before twenty twenty three a still a minority of them obviously
"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..
"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..
"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.
"jerome" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Many thanks for coming on i. Here's the funny thing off. I came across is. I think i'm familiar with your work. But i came across when i was getting a rowdy. Boy i was over there at bunch shop and i was precarious. Something and i saw a card that caught my attention. I was like let me see what's good see what's up and i just saw the instagram and i was like i am interested in learning more about you and your work. So describe your worth How can i describe It's a lot of We're going to see this is very colorful pop. Art you know I like to tackle a lot of social issues. You know Use a lot of satire in it like for example one of my favorite pieces a lot of other people favorite pieces The plants have feelings too. You know just a bunch of that is basically saying that you know eat more meat you know we like planets are living things like like fruit are are living things right and You know like even want meat like help save us. And that's just the riffle auto you know the chick-fil-a at like so now i it's a straight up shot at like vegans. You know who who think you know. Like oh my god like you know they like to post stuff all day long eating meat like i and i'm all for saving the planet but don't like like don't try to be one way. You gotta just forcing you you know you believe software other people so you know so. It's it's a plant based satire. Well not all of it but that does that one. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah show. I like to make a lot of jokes inside jokes and stuff like that but mainly you know almost serious no know just tackle a lot of political social views on issues and you know from time to time you know share my political views in my work you know but we've overall it's a. It's a diary. Probably the only time that i can honestly be my true self and you know let the world know who i am you know with. No you know with Unapologetically mean obama. I think. I think that's important like you know. Some people have different views on on what art is. And i consider like my podcasts. At least art. And i try to take that somewhere approach. When i was reading over your artist's statement. I was like i should be friends with this dude values and you know one of the things that i tried to do. Some of the topics i may talk about. I'll have like an angle on it is. This is what i believe about it. But also i'm gonna flip it so lake. Yeah sure one of the things that we joked about. And one of the podcast. I did with my man dan. We were just saying you know we call it. The podcast great escape from hobo island and we were more so being satirical and bringing attention the fact that we have a lot of like homeless folks here and people just look at them like they're part ambience but as was doing anything about it sounds like imagine if we just started just round people up in. Just here's an island only for people who are homeless. I was like that would be like while in just thinking about it from a kind of pain early way. Like almost one of those Maybe more of a comic any any kind of way of these terrible kind of don larsen comics heavy. I think he'll be kinda kinda interesting but it's interesting. Take on it so the satire. The the witty approach to bang is my mind. You know what's so funny You know. I'm i'm i like to jump back and forth so there's actually there's actually like choice is to things like that so you got a place so there's a real place where it just like certain group of people saw and i can't remember exactly what was going on todd where there's literally a town full of pedophile the sex offenders like a small town. I can't remember exactly where it is. But it's a real place and it's all and also like on of course was to show A watching way is yes smaller town of races. Your main like white supremacist. Like i'm like this like not too far from me. I mean honestly happening you know so we. We talked a little bit like very briefly about the name. So you have Let's talk about these. Aliases artists or artists. That sounds really where artists. That sounds like Artists they have different names. I'd go buy a version of my name is up by four name because my name sounds very Higher level that makes sense and so what what name do do you go by. Like in some of your work so okay This is a funny thing. So i have five different names right. I have a middle name that literally. Only my family call you know. I have my nana five nine. The people are no at my actual job called me and then i have my first name by bob. Whatever name anybody calls me. I know where they met me in my life so The groove anna was just a cool name that i came up with that before like This is before i knew you. Instagram name was basically your brain and your actual artist's name. A lot of people you know was going around like calling each other instagram. And kind of just stuck. I didn't know gonna stick. But i kinda just ran with it. You know allie kid. Art is the brian lehrer. I can change my instagram anytime. But it's like there's no point now because you know people already know that but advocate art. That's the actual brand in You know. I was conflicted years even a few weeks ago. Like about changing the name shot changed my name. You know to. You know my roommate's allocate art or you know what i mean but nothing i'm gonna keep it you know. I think i think i'm gonna keep it all separate because Because allocate art is is a sentimental name to me like it it it came from. You know my mother and my sister. I was calling alley kids like we did. Everything and allie. Allie was our playground when it was too dangerous to go to the playground. Because we live in from over was crazy neighborhood. We've played in alley wasn't always so safe but at least i personally keep an eye on those that we couldn't really the box so we did everything in the playground like role bikes play basketball. We fought we had cookouts. I'm pretty sure that's something that a lot of people across the country especially living in a In localized inner cities. You know can can testing so you know. That's the brand that allocate art does not come from a gift from the alley. you know. Make art now has. That's kind of what. I named came from the grammy vinyl. We just thought i came up with. I didn't think it was gonna stick but I you know. I just recently realized that That.
"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.
"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..
"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
"jerome" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Pass Out Bible. Jerome I'd Never Jerome Drove drome. I'd never asked anybody to do this because it's not socially acceptable but would you would you mind taking the mask off while you're talking? Your own I'm having fun with you where your sense of humor go. People. But it. Doesn't like you're talking with a mask on. Well you know I, probably have. ME. Well. Why? Do you really. Do. Me Six feet useless. You sleep with a mask on. Got Tired of. Listen I, read a article firebomb where they talk about the Corolla. Victim. Chicken ways you heard. I haven't got that far yet in my southern living. Day. Leave. Jesus Christ. All allowed to be victims chicken lane five all. They were come up with a careful if. You. Are you. Are you okay with this new Alabama schedule? Right now. I'm trying to survive I'm worried about lifestyle glove mass. If you find some LYSOL. Ed You're always to have you on. Miss you. We'll take a break a few more minutes to go on a Friday afternoon stick around..
"jerome" Discussed on Toure Show
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"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..
"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.
"jerome" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Food network. In Two thousand sixteen. He was ranked the number eight chef in the world and his cookbook look like a celebrity one cookbook of the year it is so cool for me to say Chef Jerome Brown welcome to First-class Fatherhood. How are you doing man football. All is well which you yes. Everything's cool here. Let's start right like this. How many kids do you have. And how old are they so I have to have to. I don't even know if I want to call them kids anymore. They're they're adults. They're both in college. My daughter is twenty two. I my son is twenty. Wow okay very cool what what type of sports activities when I into grown up so they they did a little bit of everything I'm my son played golf and soccer. My daughter played golf soccer as well as cross country track even weightlifting yeah. They get a little bit of everything so all right did you did you ever get involved with coaching with the soccer. Did you enjoy that more from the sideline we from on the sideline. I could if you could please just take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background what you do so. I'm chef Jerome Brown else. Call me chef to the stars or ship wrong. My background is that being a personal chef so number celebrities affiliates. NBA Athletes Entertainers and for years years. I want to go to chef to help those people keep your weight intact and and also you know get ready for any upcoming. Movie roles album photo shoot human yeah. I was going to chef who who would do that. I will give you quality. Five Star meals mates specification. Keep you within the thousand. You're trying to achieve with a healthy lifestyle yeah you. You got an incredible guest list there celebrity list of of people that you've been the personal chef for let let me ask you is how to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life you know one. I I've thought about my own childhood and became reflect back on I reflect back on things that I like in like going up and and I kinda watch my kids and and literally you know tried ride to guide them in a way of discovering what their talents are and then begin to cultivate that from my from an organic perspective you know what I mean office. Parents will will try to push their career years. Why is on to their children. I'm WANNA do that. I wanted to sit back and really Kinda. Watch what my kids did and let that be the way that guy's suit so alive that were. Oh always work out very very well said what was the What was the genesis of getting involved with the cooking your into your childhood or just come later on you know actually was from my childhood. I started at the age of seven you know and I oftentimes tell the story area of how you know. Watch my mom prepare pancakes one morning and and watched everything she did and the very next morning I got up and tried to duplicate at the age of seven everything authority do and when she got up that morning I was already in the kitchen and I had taxed pancakes. It's all over the kitchen and she turned the flame lie for me. That was the classwork of what it is that I have become the game. You know what the world knows is ever Schefter on yeah. I'll tell you I have four kids and when one of my sons was seven years old he tried to do that. Eh workout white too well so I don't know if there's any any chef in the works him off your are your kids and they critics of your food and they let you know when you when something cooked in there like perfection know what they are as well class we questors that cook this. Would you cook that and make this way and kick your through it that way so they are champions of that and eating and people more uh-huh now obviously. I mean reality. TV has blown up all over the place but it has the cooking world as well here. Have you seen a spike in people who are like trying to pursue chef career as a result of the reality TV and do you watch those shows. Yeah I get a chance to watch them every now and then oftentimes I'm in the kitchen and doing my own thing and you know of course I've I've done the food network's extreme chef so I've seen it firsthand while watching others you know he's a friend of mine was on a couple of nights ago. you know she she was in the show and we get to watch and we critique each other and all at the time you know people are really teaching themselves how to be better food. Better cooks just watching those shows so you all kind of elections that you know won't get it from now. They get it from all these different cuisines. All these different channels bad teacher. You know these shows include some of the celebrities they have their own show comes from everywhere yeah and it's amazing to like just a you and when I want to cook something for my kids just got the ability today with the technology that we do have like a youtube to kind of whip together a meal with what you have in the house. It's just phenomenal do you do you get involved. Do you use any of the technology to help you out along with your cooking stuff or the traditional the cookbook the recipes the whole bit no. I I mean I. I let my mind decide what I WANNA. Do all coincide for me. I will go into the grocery store and and ain't come out with a new male or something that I haven't tried it. It's the way to put it together. In your mind I and then then she comes to flourish in and and for me I always work that way and so I don't know I think it just depends on the individual yeah very cool. What do you have for a parent out there. WHOSE KID is interested in. 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"The sure term ring off on the phone that was a hint audience student okay i'm on silent but i still can hear people's phone buzzing yeah yeah it's it's okay it's like hello i like to welcome all of the grown folks music posse to our first behind the film podcast and i'm super excited because we have the to rome bitten as our first inaugural guest we are going to be talking about my personal favourite film of all time under the cherry moon but with all things on these prince in principally podcasts on grown folks music everything always returns to prince and we talk about more than just under the cherry moon we wanted to start a new podcast series to distinguish between the inside the album podcasts that we've been doing and when we actually have guests from the purple kingdom hopefully you will be getting more the high behind the film podcasts as well as behind the album podcast with people who have worked directly with prince be patient as it takes a while to workout schedules and so forth but i'm elated that jerome bitten is our first behind the film guest for under the cherry moon i'll talk a little bit later at the end the podcast why this is so special to me.