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Ami Horowitz: Joe Biden, Democrats Weaponize Their Own Bigotry

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 11 hrs ago

Ami Horowitz: Joe Biden, Democrats Weaponize Their Own Bigotry

"I mean if someone on this show were to come out and say listen I just don't think black people are smart enough to get driver's license You would see The Huffington Post understandably lose their mind You shouldn't say stuff like that And you shouldn't But when the left says it and they mean it like they're not kidding I mean you've done these interviews with these white liberals I've seen tons of these man on the street things Where they're committed to this idea that like you said there's no sense of agency there that they're somehow inferior which is the very essence of what racism is Is it not It's exactly what it is In fact they've oddly weaponized their own bigotry in that you listen to a Joe Biden say that well if you're against voter ID then you're a you stand in favor of Jim Crow This is Jim Crow You are Jefferson Davis Do you remember what he just said recently Their own bigotry the problem is that they don't they are so tone deaf They're so tone deaf and how the American public views them that they don't realize that they've become a laughing stock because they can say it all day long No one in America other than the left truly believes In any way shape or form that not having voted for ID laws is Jim Crow They're laughing stock But they don't realize

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Breaking News: Justice Stephen Breyer Set to Retire, No Discussion Allowed for New Nominees

The Dan Bongino Show

00:39 sec | 11 hrs ago

Breaking News: Justice Stephen Breyer Set to Retire, No Discussion Allowed for New Nominees

"Know what's fascinating with the breaking news that justice Stephen breyer Supreme Court Justice Steven breyer is set to retire now Jim and I were kind of chatting there during the break and she brought up a great point you know Biden had already previously committed to nominating a minority female for the position so it doesn't matter what is said during the hearing I mean she could come out and say anything she wants anything you say against it You will automatically be deemed a racist It doesn't matter every media organization will pile on You question anything said nominee does You will be deemed a racist It is a tactic they use all the

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What Everyone is Missing From the Doocy/Biden SOB Exchange

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 20 hrs ago

What Everyone is Missing From the Doocy/Biden SOB Exchange

"So Joe Biden was doing his press conference. Peter doocy did what Jim Acosta and Caitlyn Collins did on a daily basis, which was continue to ask questions after they were dismissed. And Peter ducey's illegitimate journalist. I don't even know if Peter douche is a conservative truly. I think he's just a moderate like journalist, honestly. I have no indication whatsoever. And anyone that knows him that he's some sort of right winger. He just asks questions, he does his job. He wants to hold powerful people accountable. So he asks Joe Biden. Like, hey, how about inflation? Listen to this tape and listen carefully, we're going to play it twice. Play tape. That's a great asset. More inflation. With a stupid sound. So what people missed and what Joe Biden said there is what a stupid son of a blank. Thank goodness Joe Biden isn't Napoleon and he can just execute people at a whim. So I think Joe Biden would have just turned to some sort of French revolutionary guard and Peter doocy's family would be murdered. I'm kidding, okay? He'll just be audited instead and his home will be rated like James. O'Keeffe. Instead, but listen to what he said. Let's get the transcript of that, right? So the transcript with hilarious that made it into the it made it into The White House official record, which is hilarious. So do C says, quote, do you think inflation is a political liability before the midterms? And before Joe Biden said the thing that everyone was capitalizing on is the thing that should be on billboards everywhere, Joe Biden said, quote, no inflation is an asset. More inflation. Now maybe he was being sardonic or sarcastic. I don't think so. I think Joe Biden said something that he believes. I think Joe Biden in a off the cuff unscripted moment just told the country in his back and forth as little duel as little rivalry with Peter doocy. I like inflation. I know what it's going to do. It's going to bring the great reset in pal, you stupid son of

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Christian Toto: The Woke Mentality Interrupts the Creative Flow of New Films

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Christian Toto: The Woke Mentality Interrupts the Creative Flow of New Films

"What they do Let me ask you this about Hollywood What is going on with all the crap they're pumping out lately Christian I mean I have not seen it I don't get to the movies much but I have not seen a good movie whether on cable or in a movie theater on any of these apps In eons I mean I just watched this matrix resurrections which again Jim's Jim's laughing I haven't even started yet Christian Listen everyone involved in that movie should be prosecuted At the end of the international court they should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity The people with the exception of Keanu but outside of Keanu no one should be average People should be sued damages should be issued for anyone who watched that The actors should be banned from public life forever They should be quarantined in their homes I mean I'm kidding of course I'm a conservative but you get the point The movie was awful With all these money going into Hollywood and all these genius woke areas you think they'd be able to at least make a decent sci-fi movie and they can't do it Yeah that's a great point And while we just it is interesting that there have been so few good movies this year Whenever I look at the Oscar bait movies and it comes awards season which we're in right now I was thinking okay I've seen some of these films Some of them are pretty good but they're not great They're not memorable I'm not scrambling to watch them over and again It's like I can't wait I can't stop thinking about them And I think part of it is there's a lot of different complicated reasons But part of it is what I opened my book with If you're a screenwriter today you open up your laptop you want to write a great story And you think well what if this character is a sense of what if that group is offended by this What if I can't say this or can't share that What if I can't make the bad guy truly bad What about the hero has some flaws and that upset some people What the woke mentality does is it interrupts the creative flow and causes self censorship and that does not create great art at

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US researchers test pig-to-human transplant in donated body

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 d ago

US researchers test pig-to-human transplant in donated body

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Raw Senate debate in fight to end voting bill filibuster

AP News Radio

01:05 min | Last week

Raw Senate debate in fight to end voting bill filibuster

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From Filibuster to Putin: The Utter Hypocrisy of the Democrats

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:22 min | Last week

From Filibuster to Putin: The Utter Hypocrisy of the Democrats

"I talked yesterday about the hypocrisy of the Democrats who are calling the filibuster racist. Even though, right now, in the past few days, they've been using the filibuster to block a bill in the Senate being pushed by senator Cruz, and this is a bill that has 55 senators behind it, including I believe 6 Democrats. So this is a bill that would impose sanctions on Russia on its Nord stream to pipeline. This is the pipeline, by the way that connects and pumps oil from Russia to Germany and through Germany to other parts of Europe. Now, interestingly, Trump who was supposed to be, you know, from the left point of view, Putin's puppet. Trump did everything he could to block the north stream pipeline, and he did lock it. And Biden, who actually is, in some ways, Putin's puppet, at least of actions are any measure, a Biden is actually enabled the Nord stream to go forward and has enabled Putin to use it as he is as a weapon against Europe and also against the Ukraine. By the way, zelensky, the president of the Ukraine, has been begging America to impose the sanctions exactly the sanctions that Ted Cruz is trying to impose, and the Biden administration is resisting it. So let's talk about what Putin is doing with this pipeline. See, butan is getting ready to menace, so he's already menacing in some ways the Ukraine. And he is mobilizing troops on the Ukraine. Who knows whether Putin will actually take action against the Ukraine he might, but even if he doesn't, he's going to do what he can to bring Ukraine to heal to bring Ukraine to its knees to establish that he has practical domination over the Ukraine, whether or not he deploys troops against it. Now, obviously, for Putin, it's a problem if all the European countries joined the United States in collectively resisting that. And so what is Putin doing? He's using the leverage of oil he's using the leverage of the Nord stream pipeline to say, hey guys, listen, we know that you kind of concerned about human rights, but frankly, aren't you more concerned about your energy prices? Aren't you more concerned about your own economies? Isn't more important for you to have a tank full of gas and no energy problems to worry about cheap energy available through Russian oil than to worry about what's happening to a bunch of Ukrainians whom you don't even know. So Putin is using both the carrots and the sticks of the Nord stream too. Hey, listen, I can always cut off the oil supply and where would you be then? In order to twist the arms of the Europeans. Now Biden says, that's not going to happen. I've had a conversation with Angela Merkel. She assures me blah blah blah, but the simple truth of it is we know and we know this from experience that the French, the Germans, the Europeans, by and large. A very amenable to practical benefits. They're actually a very machiavellian in the way that they think about things. They would be happy to sell out the Ukraine for a barrel of oil or a sufficient number of barrels of oil. And so the point I'm trying to make is that we're not just dealing with democratic hypocrisy here in the filibuster. We're also dealing with Democrats enabling Putin to exercise leverage over Europe and thus to push forward with his plans for the

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Who Was Jim Crow?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | Last week

Who Was Jim Crow?

"Joe Biden, who's a pawn of this whole operation, recently tweeted, and I'm going to put this up on the screen. So you can take a look while I'm reading it to you. His favorite phrase these days is Jim Crow two. Crow two. He goes, Jim Crow two is about two insidious things. Let's see what they are. Voter suppression voters oppression and election subversion. He goes, it's about making it harder to vote and who gets to count the vote and whether your vote counts at all. Now this is really over the top rhetoric because well, I mean, you would think that somebody making these kinds of claims would be able to produce a long procession of people who have been trying to vote but have been unable to vote voter suppression. Then he goes on. It's about who gets to count the vote, as if election integrity bills are somehow creating a Republican counting teams that can somehow rig the vote and whether your vote counts at all as if you've now got a committee that's throwing out votes into the trash. I mean, this is beyond the pale. And even the equation to Jim Crow, obviously raises the question what was Jim Crow? Who was Jim Crow? People used offered Jim Crow Jim Crow, but who was Jim Crow? Well, Jim Crow was a kind of persona, a character, both in a, in writing, as well as in the theater. It was mainly developed by a guy named Thomas rice in the early 19th century. It was a kind of stereotypical and today's sensibility, very offensive. Cartoonish portrait of African Americans and of black culture. It was based upon a kind of folk trickster named Jim Crow that was apparently popular in the kind of folk tales that were around slavery. But this idea, which was a negative depiction of blacks came to symbolize laws that were passed starting in the late 19th century continuing the 20th century. And these were called the Jim Crow laws. And essentially what they meant is they separated blacks and whites into two independent

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U.S. Senate Democrats Fail in Bid to Pass Voting Rights Bill

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:57 sec | Last week

U.S. Senate Democrats Fail in Bid to Pass Voting Rights Bill

"The Democrats do not have the votes to pass their Voting Rights Act. This is the terrible piece of legislation that would federalize elections and really overturn all the voter integrity laws that have been passed in so many different states. The Democrats are desperate to do this. And but to do it, they have to overcome the filibuster. Well, it's not even clear that they have the 51 votes, but they certainly don't have 60. And so they are simultaneously pushing the voting rights bill and at the same time they're railing on the filibuster and they're trying to make life miserable for cinema and mansion. And they're going through this kind of theater, which seems to have a known outcome. But nevertheless, there are pushing it through anyway. I think they feel like if we can get mansion on the record, we can get cinema on the record. This will somehow maybe pressure them to change their

"Democrats Warn That Republicans Plan To Steal Election By Blocking Democrat Efforts To Steal Election"

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | Last week

"Democrats Warn That Republicans Plan To Steal Election By Blocking Democrat Efforts To Steal Election"

"The best headline comes from the Babylon B, a satirical site, you should check it out, Babylon B dot com headline. Democrats warn that Republicans plan to steal the election by blocking Democrat efforts to steal the election. Democrats have issued a dire warning rights this satirical website to the American people. The Republicans are going to steal the election in the midterms by blocking all Democrat efforts to steal the election. Nancy Pelosi said, Republicans want to destroy our democracy by stealing the election just like Hitler. If Republicans are not stopped, they will block all our noble efforts to steal the election for ourselves. Because Republicans are racist and want to bring back Jim Crow, we can not allow that. Babylon B is

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AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Describes What He Looks for in a Judge

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last week

AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Describes What He Looks for in a Judge

"What will you be looking for in judges? It's a very important part of a U.S. senator, which is approving or rejecting judge nominees from a president. Very simple. U.S. Constitution is what this country is built on. Amen. If you don't like it, there's great places for you to go. I've offered and in fact one lady took me up on it. We're working with her right now for that one way ticket to Caracas. Oh, she is? She has to live there at least 5 years and never ask for a dime. And that is redone nor voted. I would love to send a camera crew with her. When there's no running water and foods infected and you lose 12 pounds in the first month. Oh, it's like a great weight loss strategy though. Those are opportunities. If you want to go there and be that. But in our judges, you know, we've got a constitution. It's very clear to me it was written with a lot of great insight with a lot of people who love this country. And a good lord that helped them through the writing of that is just a beautiful document. That's number one in the core principle. It's not to invent laws. That's not their job. We have a judicial legislative executive branch. And that's what they were set up for. Also, with the legislative side, you need to get back to doing your job. Don't let the executive group run wild with endless wars. Oh, I totally agree. Don't let them put the State Department in charge of an operation in Afghanistan when the military should be the last out. And that was a disgrace what happened? The faces of those 13, 13. Every day we come to work. Guys, this is why it's so important. Yes. This kind of thing must stop now.

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What AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Would Do to Stem Immigration

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:58 sec | Last week

What AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Would Do to Stem Immigration

"Talk a little bit more about the immigration issue. What are some of the specifics? Because it seems that there's been a lot of promises made. So for example, president Trump, who you and I both admire greatly and you supported generously throughout the campaign and bundled a lot of money for him. He was not able to get the Senate partners to build his border wall. Is that something that you would openly support? Absolutely. And talking with Brandon, number one is remaining Mexico policy. And really enforce it, not just speak to it, but really enforce it. Number two, complete the remaining 124 miles of the wall that we need. Third mandatory, a verify, and then forth and sanctuary cities. So deep in a policy understanding of that goes much deeper with Brandon and the guys, but helping me to understand that in depth. And it's just a fact that people are coming from around the world. This is not a humanitarian issue of our friends and neighbors in Mexico. This is out of

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America First with AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last week

America First with AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon

"A lot of people are interested in this race. So we're airing this to our national audience. We're headquartered in Arizona, and we're talking to all the candidates and I've known you for a long time and I could speak to your character. You've been very good to us. I want to make sure everyone knows that. But there is a common theme where people are worried that we're going to get someone who talks a good game and does something different. Talk a little bit about that. That's one of the reasons why you're running, isn't it? Exactly. The quintessential example of that is who we have in the Senate now. Mark Kelly, as a moderate, I don't think many people believe that, but we can see what's occurred in his Senate time there is voting a course a 100% with what the most left want. Unionization of Arizona, open border, CRT, and just crazy things that he's doing there. As a veteran and a businessman, you can't do that in business. You can't promise your customers one thing and do another. You won't have a customer. And then other customers will understand that's not a company to be trusted. So look very forward to doing that in Washington is I've talked all across this beautiful state thousand miles a week and record audience is just great enthusiasm that guys from our priorities for the layman campaign. One, secure the southern border, that borders we just don't have a country. Number two, let's get back to America first. Not China first, like Biden and Kelly seem to have done that America first. And then thirdly, get the federal government out of our face. All these mandates and mandatory this and stuff, we didn't have that when I grew up and we just don't need it today. We get back to solid American principles, trust locally. The federal government is supposed to be fairly small. They were given a limited amount of power. I intend to be hell bent on making sure we get it back to that on the Senate

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AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last week

AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

"A friend of mine, someone who's been very generous to turning point USA and he's a great American Jim layman, and you're running for U.S. Senate in Arizona. Charley, it's time for Washington to see some real action on the U.S. Senate floor. Somebody's really going to stand up for America first, Arizona. I'm going there to make sure it happens. Well, I love to hear that. And so you built a business here in Arizona. Tell us about that. Well, a great foundation of 8 years ago, we brought in great guys from the colon gas industry, which I had led for many years. Second largest company in that industry was fortunate to not start it, but build it to what it was. And then bringing those guys over, seeing an opportunity that said there's a new form of energy that if we focus with utility types really strong power people, not looking at as a greeny thing, look at the power thing. The way of the potential for it to become the lowest cost power. And we've actually achieved that about 5 years ago. We hit parity with the lowest current then formed natural gas. We've continued to drive that down and today Charlie, it's half the price of natural gas. I'm a believer in American energy dominance, not just independence, as our past president said. Or asterisk, guys that are in there now would not believe it, but we just have a strong belief that we've got so much resources in the country. Add solar to that mix. We should absolutely not be doing what the Biden and Kelly administration are doing now. Begging Saudi Arabia for more fuel and just crazy things like that when we've got it all here.

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Golden State Warriors Part-Owner Chamath Palihapitiya Doesn't Care About Uyghurs in China

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | Last week

Golden State Warriors Part-Owner Chamath Palihapitiya Doesn't Care About Uyghurs in China

"Jim you up for me the one of those minority owner of the Golden State Warriors Paula happened that palapa Forgive me from saying to me I promise I'm not doing I'm terrible at names People call me everything okay Bongino bongino I'm used to it So it's I'm not doing it on purpose So this is one of the minority owners of the basketball team the Golden State Warriors He's in on this podcast He's doing an interview that's all in podcast This is the left folks This guy's a leftist This is some guy who claims he's all into social change and climate change and all this stuff I know you've heard it a thousand times but it's worth repeating This is the left They are who you thought they were to quote Dennis green the old coach of the Arizona card They are very Thank you daddy You knew I was thinking that right I did not tell you to do You can read my mind now They are who we think they are That's who the left is They're now hiding it They don't believe in the police They don't believe in borders They don't believe that your money is your money They think it's theirs and you vote for it Because of rich guys like this guy queue it up Here is chamath palapa One of the co owners of the Golden State Warriors Saying about the Uyghurs Muslim Uyghurs being tortured in prison in China I don't really care about the Uighurs That's kind of beneath my pay grade here Check this out Nobody cares about what's happening to the weekers okay You bring it up because you really care And I think what do you think The rest of us don't care I'm just very hard I'm telling you I don't care I'm telling you a very hard ugly truth okay Of all the things that I care about yes it is below my line Okay Of all the things that I care about it is below my

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Journalist John Solomon on Voter Rights and Suppression

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:24 min | Last week

Journalist John Solomon on Voter Rights and Suppression

"And I'm proud to present to you on Sebastian gorka's show John Solomon John welcome to the program. Great to have you with us brother. It is good to be with you. Happy Monday. Happy Monday. Here we go and happy Martin Luther King day. John. You're our go to guy if I may. And so would you explain to me the pressing is voting rights situation? You know, John, I didn't know there was suppressing votes in America. I didn't know I always felt as a person who just showed up and voted my fault was being suppressed. My vote wasn't counted because I wasn't one illegal. Number two, I wasn't dead yet. Despite what you might hear right here. Explain, explain to me, what is going on with this voting rights like they double that and they go to Georgia where they might very well have been shenanigans down there and I'm being kind in the 2020 election, but they doubled down. Could you break down what they want to vote for? And what they will end up with down in D.C., please. Yeah. Well, first off, the bill is in some dire trouble because there are at least four Democrats that are holding the line on it. Joe Manchin, Kirsten sinema, Mark Kelly and I'm thinking that the fourth one now just gave my mind. But they've got a little bit of opposition in their own party, particularly in these Democrats that are in the swing states. And so the bill may not happen. It may go the road of the BBB and some of the other Biden democratic plans. But the big thing that Joe Biden talks about being Jim Crow two is the idea that it is inherently racist. It is voter disenfranchising to ask someone to show their ID before they vote or descend in an absentee ballot. And this is an interesting thing because every poll that I've seen in the last year, including one, we did it just to know news says 70 80% of Americans support this. But there's a fascinating new poll out in Michigan. It surveyed Michigan voters who voted in the last election. And here is the ticker. African American voters, the very voters that Joe Biden says are disenfranchised by a voter ID. They support voter ID by Uranus, 79%. In fact, black voters were more strongly supporting of voter ID than all other voters

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MLK III: History to remember Sinema unkindly over filibuster

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

MLK III: History to remember Sinema unkindly over filibuster

"On on this this holiday holiday weekend weekend which which celebrates celebrates Martin Martin Luther Luther king king day day on on Monday Monday his his son son Martin Martin Luther Luther king king the the third third continues continues pushing pushing for for voting voting rights rights this this time time in in Arizona Arizona he he and and his his wife wife and and daughter daughter joined joined a a March March Saturday Saturday in in Phoenix Phoenix and and told told the the crowd crowd the the democratic democratic senator senator Kristen Kristen cinema cinema cannot cannot simultaneously simultaneously expressed expressed support support for for voting voting rights rights legislation legislation while while also also blocking blocking approval approval by by refusing refusing to to change change the the Senate's Senate's Jim Jim crow crow era era filibuster filibuster rules rules table table men men men men the the J. J. family family of of slain slain people people the the right right to to vote vote in in eighteen eighteen seventy seventy that that didn't didn't have have bipartisan bipartisan support support she she was was later later amended amended the the right right to to vote vote senators senators I'm I'm just just a a plant plant Hologic Hologic here here insurance insurance that that is is not not logical logical and and audio audio courtesy courtesy KNXV KNXV king king also also spoke spoke about about the the importance importance of of no no celebration celebration without without legislation legislation I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Joe Biden's ID Hypocrisy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | Last week

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Joe Biden's ID Hypocrisy

"Congresswoman green, welcome back to America first. Hi, doctor gorka I'm so glad to be on your show today. So the timing couldn't be better, you wanted to impeach Joe Biden day one. He is giving a speech today in Georgia. Which is going to be allegedly about stopping any reforms of voter integrity and the scuttlebutt has it that he will use the phrase. It is a domestic threat to try and stop election fraud in America. This means congresswoman Greene after January 6th, they're not taking their foot off the gas that actually doubling down, correct? Oh, absolutely. This is going to increase, you know, Joe Biden, who has placed unconstitutional mandate through osha on employees and companies with employees at a hundred or more. He cares so much about vaccine ID that he's made this mandate a huge issue, but yet they want to wipe out better ID. Like you shouldn't be able to show and I need a boat. That's what Democrats want. They want to anyone to be able to mail in a ballot without even showing who they are, but yet they want to impose a vaccine ID for people to be able to pursue life, liberty and happiness, you know, things like working a job to provide for their family, going to a restaurant concert game, private club, Jim, the stay healthy and protect themselves from COVID-19. But this is where the

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02:14 min | 4 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on Citation Needed

"And it just so good. Yeah i know like we're gonna bail. We gotta go my answer. I guess that was correct. I thought all right. Tom what would be the funniest way for jim. Baker to die checked with my lawyer. This is totally legal. Hey give him poison. Whose antidote is colloidal silver. A lady faced crown wearing horse. Locust injury see kicked to death at the bottom of water slide by heath in a suit i got there. It see it is it is six. I want to see him. Shit and puke himself the time. I feel terrible to go after both of these. But i gotta go. So what's the name of jim. Bakker's apocalypse shit bucket movie. Sue wedge of tomorrow mantis gordon. Cc invasion of the potty snatchers twenty eight cheeks later all right turn box. Great concept poor execution invasion of the potty snatchers. Oh no. I'm sorry i'm sorry. It was su edge. Are gonna hat trick me. I'm not sure who i'm gonna pick. I'll make a surprise for next week long for seasonal. Like a heat and tom. I'm not hanging out with us today. We'll be back next week. Goodbye then some body. We'll be an expert on something else. Between now and then you can hear more from tom seats on cognitive dissonance of heathen mea culpas. Skeptical at andy andy minus and more of eli on seasonal sports loudly explaining the rules of cosmic counter through the mail slot. He'll go and you can make a per episode donation a patriot dot com slash bought or. Leave us a five star review everywhere. You can't and if you'd like to get in touch with us. Checkup episodes connect social media or check. The show notes checkout citation pod dot..

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07:51 min | 4 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Shop. The law has a lot more precedent for. I don't care for your tone than i'm comfortable in. Two thousand and three baker returned to what he knew religious televangelist grafting divorce now from tammy and remarried to laurie baker. Jim unveiled the chip maker. Show broadcasting out of branson missouri crazily despite being convicted fraud and a rapist. The jim baker show has been carried on. Ctn day star folk tv grace network gb america. Hope tv impact network wgn. What network the word network uplift tv and z. Living networks no. Most grace network was just in canada's great grace network. Usa most of those are little bullshit networks and the majority of his viewership comes still from people. Slowly rotting in their armchairs and getting his bullshit beamed them by satellite but he's still has viewers like out loud. Baker has condemned prosperity gospel theology but in reality. His new gripped is just a mix of prosperity gospel and apocalypse. Ism which is a long word that means scaring people into buying emory's and hand crank radios for ten times the actual cost 'em by the way stands for meals ready to eat and as at least three of us on this podcast can attest to know the folks like the pizza. The pizza you didn't from you to eat the murray after the live show with i was clean plate club now. Also importantly can you shit into a normal emma. Google fuck. it's holding empty. Those now make. I cut cut smell true. I don't know what i was. I'm obviously the wrong over. You can have to let the gas escape periodic. Just gonna pop that tom. You're on maurice now. You can't just go willy. Nilly emptying side. I don't know what i was thinking. That's the thing. I'm asking myself right. What were you thinking. You've got a perforated tabletop. In your apocalypse bunker this is the perfect leverage the apocalypse you have to have a direct line of the genocidal musings of the big man in the cloud so of course now is a profit and not. Just a preacher. Of course he's also been wrong every time he's predicted or prophesied anything because he's a fucking liar and a cheat. He predicted that trump would win the two thousand twenty presidential election. He predicted a civil war between christians and some other people i guess the the opponents were not and after january. Say someone to allow that one time democracy. Yeah okay. he says he knew about nine. Eleven in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but he didn't mention it to anyone until after nine eleven thousand one ski do slipped as he stated. That ain't continue. You don't want to spoil. Obviously he stated that in a dream quote god came to him wearing a camouflage hunting vast. Ar fifteen rifle strapped to his back and that gods supported trump's plan to arm. Teachers love that. Chasis tap out your. There's a hundred hundred others and nearly all of these doomsday predictions. Come right before during and around his pitches to sell big five gallon buckets of dried food. You can rehydrate into diarrheal like consistency to survive armageddon without missing a single helping of your fucking biscuits and gravy okay. Look apocalypse preps never make any sense no matter what but it especially doesn't make sense. If you're expecting the christian apocalypse you are going to get up and collecting the buckets. For and of course when kobe hit baker nothing but opportunity there to not opportunity to help people opportunity to enrich himself on the fear of others very quickly and really at the height of the initial fear and uncertainty. When people were their most vulnerable. Jim baker began touting on this stupid fucking show a miracle cure for and just about anything that might aliou colloidal silver colloidal silver basically silver mixed in a solution often saline. The fda has long said that coil. Silver has no medical uses. But since this is america it's still allowed to be marketed and sold as a dietary supplement. Fucking absolute nonsense. Does nothing can turn your skin. Blue and jim baker was selling it as a magic anti kovic potion once again government regulators as time the ftc and the fda at his step in and stop him from taking advantage of people's fear to line is personal. Fucking park yes. In a very harshly worded letter they explained. You can only imply issues. Can't okay yeah. But it was so now he i shit you not cells peopla plant from which they can make their own cure for covert. Oh my god because apparently is saying that is the one more degree kevin bacon right. Yeah exactly. I also happen to see these now. Selling prosperity blanket. Inca america dollars thousand dollars by ken line. Whatever on your bill you pay your bills with the you unreal now. Jim baker did have a stroke. And unfortunately it didn't kill it. And the son of a bitch is still broadcasting. Bullshit he still leveraging fear of the unknown he still abusing the misplaced trust. People put in religious leaders to fatten his personal bank accounts. It's not even a real stroke. He doesn't sound funny like my dad. Like bullshit you're gonna have asia if you're gonna have a stroke and go all the way dammit. Jim baker is undoubtedly a horrible human being but he is by no means alone at some point. Baker will die and his personal gift will end and that will be a day worth celebrating. But if we're not careful and we don't get our shit together. They'll be an endless parade of jim. Bakker's hiding behind tailored suits and fluorescent white teeth. Guiding our hands right into our pants to help us pick our own pockets all right well rather than just naming a my gas onto this part. Were you summarize what you've learned in one sentence. What would that be tom. I should have been a religious griffin to us. And i should have been your height man damn it. We would crush it. Are you ready. Let's do it all right tom. Which the following is the best varietal from jim. Bakker's freeze dried wine. Store hit a sharon bag be ten. Go vase say tang powdered. During and sanjay. One or see. Ben shapiro talk. You know what. I liked the friendship pino but it's a little dry.

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"jim j" Discussed on Citation Needed

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08:20 min | 4 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on Citation Needed

"To citation needed. The podcast where we choose a subject read a single article about wikipedia. And pretend we're experts because this is the internet and that's how it works now. I'm your host no illusions guiding you through this buried difficult time but don't worry we're going to get through it together you me your credit card and the rest of the cast. I up tormented by the fact that they're perpetual conversion away from millionaires. He stands cease. Oh okay try to be sad about your ethics in a private jet. It's possible i'll tell you what i would fuck holy water from join us tonight. Two men who are eating food out of buckets before it was cool. Tom and eli okay. You know everything is a single serving if you finish it before they can take it away. That's single serving. Yeah and everyone can cook food. But only i can rehydrate again. All right started tonight. I want to remind you that. Eli tom also more money. They could make they found jesus and converted a wu and the only thing that really convinces them anymore as patriots donation. I can help keep them. Honest ish. sure stick around to the end of the show with that out of the way. Tell us eli what person place thing comes up phenomenon event will be talking about today. We're going to be talking about. Gm don't say backer backer no baker. Yeah the only reason i ask you specifically was wonderful pronunciation. Not how pronounced tom. Yes you read at least as much about jim baker. He's read the bible. Whatever miracle cure. He's hawking this week. Are you ready to tell us. His tail owned. I've got buckets of great information for all right. So i w- why. Jim baker okay so we live in a world now which is daily defined by huxterism from our politicians to social media from lifestyle gurus to religious nuts at every possible turn. We are confronted by powerful forces seeking to deprive us of our money our agency and our critical faculties while the tools these frauds us become vastly more powerful than ever before many of the names and faces that have been fleecing. Us have stayed remarkably consistent if you've listened to her sister shows. You'll doubtless know the name. Jim baker as well as the non name. Jim backer. i helped true. Unfortunately i used to think that he was just a rather pathetic. Kook selling freeze dried buckets of armageddon slop too credulous rapture loons but his story is so much more than that. Jim baker is not right that more. Jim baker is the very epitome of the bullshit artists and his scams are bigger and much more vile than you may imagine. Yeah and i just want to say at the outset before we begin. It's worth noting that like. It's all well and good to talk about. Some poor rubes got tricked into buying snake oil when everybody died of their teeth in fourteen. Four to but someone is ordering jim baker products right now on the internet. They have to scroll past the news results. About what a fraud. He is to buy this shit dot wrong. It all born in forty to rally baker and ferny illin- irwin james. Orson baker began life not far from here. Actually in muskegon michigan. I couldn't find much information about his parents or his childhood but he went off to bible college in minnesota at a place called north central university. Well sitting in old book full of bronze age myths about a vengeful blood. God jim matt and fell for the lovely and not at all cartoon con made up. Tammy faye lavallee your later in nineteen sixty one that means the valley that does mean valley. Yes thank you for the translation a year later in nine hundred sixty one that you married and symbol to kind of evangelist fraud. Voltron the pair dropped out of discount. Bible college to go on the road as and this is a quote from wikipedia itinerant evangelists. Well because let's face it. A degree from north central bible. University is exactly as valuable as not a degree from north south Decision those early days. They had to threaten people with helen. Take their money door to door. It took out by nineteen six the dual working for pat robertson. A very credible man. Who at seventy three once. Put out a video claiming that he could lay press. Two thousand pounds yes. This has nothing to do jim baker. I only include this detail. Because it is so wonderfully stupidly absurd that everybody needs to know this i to give you a sense of how much that did not happen. Because it didn't have the florida state university leg press record the same year for its football players with six hundred and sixty five pound a regular commercial leg press machine like at a gym. You can't even put two thousand because you can you not a pound. You can add. But somehow a geriatric pat robertson was pumping iron with jesus and he could also probably totally throw a football over those critics. He's lie. Why would you say that. That's a small car. Said he could powerlift his seventy legs to be fair. Moving car with your legs was way. More common when pat robertson was drawn up back in bedrock. Oh i'm sorry thom but before you move on no heath and i will literally explode if we don't get to do a quick lightning round on the that makes sense head in the studio. I installed that while you were sleeping. See so pat robertson go cold scotland a dark land overrun by said gay. People wear needle rigs to give straight people eight outer space full of gaseous balls. Said people with too much plastic surgery gut. The is like they're oriental. Also told of you were the towels in ken. Have okay thank you tom. Thank you sorry needed. I know you had to get out of your system. I get melty. He's melody it looks like he's basis. Full gashes balls. I dislike hearing pat. Say anyway tammy. Jim started their work with. Joe aligarh pat robertson at the christian broadcasting network. See call them. Patty melt and patty melts is crazy about this brilliant. They were doing a christian. Puppet show for kids called. Come on over okay. I did try to find some footage of this. And i only saw these say peanuts come. It may have been less creepy. If it works. I would say i can only find. It was sort of nestled in videos of other things. I i need you to imagine a puppet show on a low budget tv channel. And then just need you to know in the very bottom of your heart underestimating. How bad and creepy and weird. This puppet show don't care what you can imagine right since christian. Entertainment is the very lowest possible bar to slither over. This show was an inexplicable success. And jim was given his own primetime. Show the seven hundred club. The seven hundred club quickly became the flagship of cbn. For reasons jim and tammy left. Cbs and joined trinity broadcasting network this to not much of a match made in heaven. Eight months later the baker's left tbn when a rift between. Jim and station owner. Paul crouched that's interesting. I had no idea that wasn't the original hosted seven hundred club. I was thought the name of it was like a hat tip to pats age. Actually named after the seven hundred financial supporters robertson was able to rope in during a seminal nineteen sixty six telethon to keep the network afloat and though baker was the first permanent host the show a but on for six years by the time he joined.

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"jim j" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Around make like a mister meek and you'll get caught out mike little land and your sean folks. I'm still talking to jim ryan. Yes jim ryan. It's fun to talk to you. I've met a number of different places and it's just a joy to talk to you about the years that you were running for this country in the olympics. Did you ever meet any athletes at that time. of whom you were in office. I what was that experience like being in those circles. Well i am been answered that question. But i want to do something for your listeners. I wanna brag on your authorship. I have enjoyed bond hopper. I've enjoyed seven men seven women and i'm sure your readers have no those titles that you've done a great job helping all of us with readership and understanding of history. So i thank you for that but an answer to your question. Dr roger bannister was the first man to run under four minutes. Now back in nineteen fifty. Four and i had the privilege and i had the producer having dinner with him in mexico city just before the olympic games before i ran in the olympic games and as we sat at dinner we were talking and dr Bannister said one of the things that you just an. His house was a took the television out of his house. Then an-and sat there kind stunned. Well how do you survive without a television sixty eight. So he's he's making when tv was a little bit better than it is today a lot better and so we both asking the following question. What you do with no television. He said well. We read more books. We have more family. Discussions were more of a family. And so that had an impact on our lives and again this is the first man to run under four minutes And you know as a doctor. He was just expressing views in his family so there were times in our life. What we do. We take the television. And and i would take the television out of our house and we discovered he had more family time. You had more conversation. You read more books so you ask. That's one of the people that i met the a great impact on my life and i'm so grateful for them. Well that is amazing. Either privilege of meeting. Roger bannister's son and when i discovered who it was. I just thought you know the this is royalty to anybody who cares about these things. It's just a joy but d- Were you friendly with with any of the marathoners. Like frank shorter or bill rogers or any of those folks. Did you know them. I knew them and met him. And we've talked but not a lot of conversation or depth. Because for the most part you tend to tend to get involved in those lives at your event is so for example. The guy that i happened to be nineteen sixty four At at the finish. Line a guy named jim grau up you know i nipped him at the finish line. He should have gone to the olympics. Instead of me but i went and now he's lost his trip to to to the tokyo olympics he and his wife and so two years. Jim gave me a real good picture sportsmanship and that is run your best race but off the track you can be friends and we've been best friends ever since then what. I love the idea just to get back to what you were saying about being tripped In the nineteen seventy two olympics. In how you said you had just really seriously come to faith before that and give you gave me the grace really to deal with it in a In an honorable way Because most people would just be raging with fury at that kind of an injustice. Let me give you the rest of the store eric. That was seventy two twelve years later in the nineteen eighty-four olympics in los angeles. I'm a spectator of my family. And the man who could have reinstated me beset come back and four years walked out on the track now in those days just beginning the great big jumbotron screens that you see a sporting events he appeared on screen to be about twenty feet tall and i know what i wanted to do. A nineteen eighty four weeks ago down and tell him hey. Cheeses has a plan for your life. Lock different in nineteen seventy two hundred wanted to punch him in the nose and that was because in those twelve years ahead learned the process of forgiveness. And that is. You're gonna have things that don't go your way in life.

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"jim j" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:00 min | 6 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Jim rain here. That jim ryan the man who ran a sub four mile as a high schooler went on to be Member of congress Jim i want to ask you. I wanna i wanna get to the hearing thing in a moment to because this is news to me that you went all these years without hearing but when you decided or when you knew that you're going to run in the olympics in sixty four you ran in sixty four. You ran sixty eight and then again in seventy two were. They running the mile in the olympics or had they moved to the fifteen hundred. It's always been the fifteen hundred area. I think it's unfortunate that it is because the average person on the street a worthy mile go and you explain to him the metric distances. The olympic distance of fishing editor made us. You lose people with them. You what you know what you lose me. Because i'm an. I'm an english standard. Kind of guy. I like the mile i liked the quarter. I liked the half. I've always been kind of oddly opposed to the metric system for many reasons. It's sort of. It reminds me of the european union. There's just something or you know what it reminds me of the french revolution when they decided like. We're going to dispense with everything. We're going to invent ten day weeks. We're going to invent thirty day months and you know it's a kind of a lunacy and it's sort of a humanistic project but we don't need to get into that so you never ran the mile you had to run the fifteen hundred. I know that you've got the silver medal but tell us about your history olympics. You had a tough history in the olympics. Everybody would assume that you know you'd get the gold many times over what happened In mexico city. I was honored to win a silver medal. Which means second-place. When i came back to the united states since i was the favorite There were a lot of people are very unhappy with my performance. And i just remind your listeners that a gold medal on the silver medal of the same size one has a little different color. And you get a lot more emphasis in second place when you're supposed to win then you're considered somewhat of a failure but quite honestly it's one of the greatest racism my life because we were wearing at altitude which gave the altitude living athlete that one whole hugh mexico city that i totally forgot about this. Let's go back to sixty four though. You're seventeen you make the olympic team. What happened in sixty sixty four olympics. I got to the second round of competition. That three rounds. Preliminary semi-final finals made it into the semi-finals but did not get beyond that. Because you're dealing with a different type of competition. Altogether our olympic trials. Then were one day now. They do the three day as you would have in the olympics. I might not have made it through. Nineteen sixty four if there have been three rounds but it was a one round competition by grace god. I leaned the finish line and made it to the olympic team. Okay so in sixty eight. It's mexico city and who are some of the names from that olympics. Always try to remember. Was that the year bob. Beamon set the record in the long jump. Yes that's correct and some of the names in that olympics in my race. Who is a guy from kenya. Kip keino another high school boy. The run under four minutes. Mardi la corey in fact is the last time. The united states had three olympic. Us team members in the olympic Gorey's famous name famous name shum. But yeah bob beamon means if we're talking track and field a lot of people don't know about this but i remember as a kid because i was into track and field the idea that bob beamon out of the blue. It's one of the most bizarre things in sports history jumps about two feet longer than i still to. This day can't really understand what happened. Tell my audience if you remember well. First of all want is very thing that hurt us. As distance runners middle distance incident particularly the thin air which is altitude enabled bobby layman to further and some of the sprint store and faster because you have less resistance due to thin air. The air urged to distance. Runners the helps to sprints. But it's hard to believe that the air could be so much thinner that you could fly. You can find twenty four inches farther anyway. I'm assuming he would've jumped twenty eight at sea level. What maybe so hard to nobody but those those kinds of things impacted the olympics mexico city. So yeah it was a different olympics. the altitude olympics. And then we move onto munich nineteen seventy-two and that was an interesting olympics because if your listeners reflect back on nine hundred seventy two they will remember. There was a terrorist attack by a group called the black september tim'rous they broke into the olympic village. Eventually there was this terrible. Shoot out of the airport. Everyone died and the next day was supposed to be a first round of competition in the fifteen hundred meters but they took a day off to honor the athletes that died in the at the airport so it was terrible olympics sense. Yeah that's one of the most horrible thing that's ever happened in the world. I mean i still to this day can can hardly process how horrified that was but that year you experienced something very strange. You were tripped where you not when you were running the fifteen was tell us about any opening around in the opening round of competition. That shouldn't have been in that round. Listen to destroy to take a while. We won't go there. I was tripped by an athlete. I felt i got back up. I did not finish fast enough to go to the next round of competition and i had just become a christian in may of nineteen seventy two so for me. This was a moment where i was going to have to trust god. And forget what to do next and it was difficult because there were filmed showing that i was fouled. The officials simply took the position of after. I met with them and they looked at everything. Well it's unclear whether you a trip to whatever but if you come back in four years and try again and eric. What i wanna to do is reach out to. The guy didn't have a black tie with spots on it like yours. How wanted reach out and grab him and beat on him a little bit so he could feel some of the pain. I was feeling. But by the grace of god i did not and i'm so thankful because that was part of the growth has a christian i needed to learn how to handle those situations even though it was totally unfair. First round of competition in fact on the next olympic if he had an athletic such as myself that fell early on they would advantage the next round. Okay i want to send me to. We're going to go to a break here but folks. I have the joy of talking to jim ryan. We're talking about the olympics will be right back blue. Jean seems buy ladies.

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"jim j" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:34 min | 6 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Jim have heavier goals change. My goal was to be the first high school boy toward an appointment. As i said coach. They really haven't. He said well the need to get back out there and keep going see. I went in with the idea that i wanted to pat on the back. And what happened is he sent me home. Kick kicking the rump. Saying if this is important for you the new. You're the only one that can make this happen. And at that point. I began relying more and more upon god because a new this is going to happen for a kid who didn't understand running and doing things never done before that would have to be happening with governed opened those doors and so the running developed again quickly and in june of nineteen sixty four. I became the first high school boy to run under four minutes and then in september of nineteen sixty four. I became the youngest runner. Middle-distance runner where you going to call it. The ever make the us track and field olympic team and went to tokyo so it was quite a transformation and so you ran in the tokyo olympics. I'm trying to think who who else was in the tokyo olympics. In sixty four whose names we might remember was al order. Throwing shot put in sixty four. I don't even remember anymore. But he was one he was throwing the discus. One of the ones against a lot of attention. Is billy mills winning the ten thousand meters. So but eric from me okay. This'll be another you're going to go. Oh my is this really true. When i went to my first olympics. I was such a rookie. I discovered they had. I mean every four years. And i thought well maybe i can come back and four years and try again so it was. It was a real transformational moment. Hey you can. I just remind you big shot. You're seventeen years old. Your kid so stop being so hard on yourself so you made the olympic team. But before we get to that jim when you broke the four minute mile in nineteen sixty four as a seventeen year old as a high schooler. What was that like for you. I mean what was the experience of the race and then what was the aftermath in terms of the adulation and the press coverage it was. It was a big moment while so it was june of nineteen sixty four erasing compton. California called contra. We had set the goal that day coach timid and i had to run underperformance at three fifty nine when it happened I it was a goal reach. But that night i couldn't sleep and and the reason for that was that all of a sudden i started thinking it was really coach. Timmons goal of earning under which i had adopted. Now what happens. If i take ownership ownership i describing again our camp jim ryan running camps is when you know that you can do something a little bit more in practice maybe instead of giving ninety percent you can give one hundred percent maybe a little harder and you wind sprints maybe a little more weightlifting and so that night i adopted ownership of trying to go just a little bit further to me that was transformational. The next morning. The phone call started. People wanted to ask questions. I was totally unprepared. And one of the reasons. I was prepared. Because as a young boy. Growing up in wichita had the measles and lost about fifty percent my hearing. And it wouldn't be until the age of fifty that i would start wearing leary and that's l. y. r. I c. Hearing aids and would allow me to here. I was a disaster in terms of answering questions. Wait a minute so it could hill age fifty which a little bit over twenty years ago. You were struggling with significant hearing loss including back when you were a kid. Yes and so two those years and would be my hearing aids at often turn to her and say honey. What did they say ride. Get part of it and so what would happen in an interview like this. For example i might hear a couple of words and i try and respond to that. Maybe never really answering the question so for me. Lyric has opened a door that that also makes them enjoy the quality of life that have never is. This is the company that makes your. You're hearing aids. Yes why was it. Why did you wait till you were fifty to do. That's kind of amazing that you lived oils to him because because at that point that systems light lyric were not available and its technology that it's there they go inside of my ear. I can take a shower. I can run him and so what it allows me to do. Is to hear things have never heard before and because technology had not advanced all of the medical community including the audiology saying. There's nothing they can really help you. Just going to have to struggle along with which you have so it's been again one of those moments in time right now we have Our daughter has a foster baby. I can i can hear katherine. I can hear the foster baby. I can hear things that had never heard before. I am now going back and hearing words than i've never heard because they were misunderstood through the years and so for me it was really great moment. Wow okay so you This is amazing. Well i want to ask you about that race when you ran a sub four-mile as a high schooler. Did you think you would do it. That day at the compton realize well that's always the hope you have a nasa prayer. I began every race With a prayer you know. I knew that there was this is phenomenal. I'm running against guys. That are eight and ten years older than me. And here's this high school kid. And so i began the races. I typically did with the prayer dear. God i'm here. I don't know why and how i'm here. There's an i am. Please help me run the best possible rates of my life. And he answered the spurs. Even though at that point in time i was not a christian. I was at church person. There's a difference. One is religion the others relationship. You were program. Was i was praying and boy was praying because as you might imagine as these phenomenal things happened. How do you deal with that. And that was one of the things that was a challenge because they again when an interview would come up. I couldn't hear the question complete. I answer the question is sometimes. They look at their expression on the interviewers face and i realize answered the wrong question so that was always a challenge. Well okay so what was the fastest mile that you ever did run in your career. A ran fifty one one in bakersfield california in nineteen sixty seven. It was our national championship. And i am actually. It was american record. Actually the world record. I'm the last american to ever hold the world record which is a shame because it's been over the years use a last american to hold the world record in the mile and that was the three fifty one you rent. Now you held that for what fourteen years and now only about nine years as a world record holder as american a number of years longer. But you know nine as a world record older still. It's long time. Time to hold the world record when you've got the whole world trying to beat that record it's just it's it's amazing now. You were in the olympics. How many times two times three times. Three and again nineteen sixty. Four was my first one in tokyo. Nineteen sixty eight mexico city in the nineteen. Seventy two in the musical ran in the munich olympic. So i probably watched it on tv. And don't remember. Oh my gosh folks. I'm talking to jim ryan. What else do you need to know. We'll be right back..

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"jim j" Discussed on Code[ish]

Code[ish]

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on Code[ish]

"Hello and welcome dakotaish. An exploration of the lives of modern developers as we dive into topics like languages and frameworks data of interurban architectures and individual team productivity all tailored to developers and engineering leaders. This episode is part of our life series. Welcome my name is alissa. Our van and i am a senior manager. Open source programs office at salesforce. I am joined here today with the newest member of sales of oslo. Jim j. galaxy glad to be here. You have a very impressive background within the open source world. Would you mind giving us a run through of what you've done your oppressive career. I actually started off. My first introduction open source was a back when i was working for nasa. I was actually kind of a rocket scientist to in many ways and my job was really in programming. The power systems for spacecraft up there in a technique called modeling and simulation and was basically to ensure that the sizes of the solar as in the saudis is up. The batteries were sufficient so while the experiments go on inside the space craft. And because it really involved. A lot of programming mike form of choice was unix basically because of my experience with it back in in college now at nasa all we had were vacs be ms machines Unix a but we're also migrating to the fact form you moving away from mainframes moving towards the pc's and macs and around that time apple actually came out with their own flavor of unix called a u x and being a big apple fan myself in big a big unix fan myself. This was just a natural platform for me so early when it asked i migrated over to a macintosh running a u. x and i started porting a bunch of internet related programs and demons and applications over to this platform importing is basically just translating it. It was available. All these programs For asana less and salacious for lyrics at the time but not really for apple a u x. And that's what really got me. Started in the open source movement because at that time all the basic infrastructure of the internet things like send mail things like dns bind. Were all open source. Were all available under very permissive licenses and even though we didn't call it open source was all about collaborative and sharing the software and.

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"jim j" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

03:05 min | 8 months ago

"jim j" Discussed on Photography Radio

"Bad roads. But it's all about taking photographs going back to the taj mahal. Anybody can whip out an iphone and get the same picture we've seen since birth of that building right can. Can you teach even even in workshops even when you got him other can you teach artistic vision. Ooh that's a really good question. I think to a degree you can. Well i would say to to a large degree. I i have affected and influenced lots and lots of people. I know that that many people credit the improvement of their photography to with me with with my guidance. Bmi my tours or online teaching or even reading my books. It's easier in the field. I can give a presentation on composition for example and i can talk about the same thing that everybody talks about rule authors leading lines. Yup yup all that kind of stuff but the truth is the world is really a compositional mess except for a building the taj mahal which just happens to be symmetrically perfect. You walk into a forest or you are. you're in a safari vehicle in africa or you're in the rim of the grand canyon and there's there's stuff everywhere there's rocks and trees and bushes and clouds and sort and flowers and fallen logs and just just stuff and so. I've tried to glean what students of mine need to know what they don't know what they're not comfortable with and i've been teaching for a long time and i've come up with suggestions things that i point out examples that i give that direct their focus to things before them other than the traditional deleting line in the s-curves and the and that for example. I learned back in the seventies from the great landscape photographer. David much what. I call the classic landscape technique and and what he taught me was. If you use an i talked about this one day. I he he lectured and i was there up and talked him afterwards. And i mentioned this this particular thing. His style was to use a wide angle lens and he would get very close to the foreground like three four five feet use complete depth of field and that made the foreground disproportionately large compared to the background. That was his trademark. He became famous for that. He made a great deal of money selling beautiful landscapes because of that technique. So i adopted that and so when i teach. I tell people that when you're doing landscapes you're going to deal with compositional mess in most cases. I you need a background. Let's say a mountain range or a glacier or waterfall. Then you need a foreground and.

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"jim j" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"jim j" Discussed on Pantheon

"Powell Jim J. Will you vote together for many decades? Jim has created stunning images for Linda Ronstadt Eagles, plight, assist as Jimmy, Buffett, roads to and so many great artists. In a few moments, we will hear the stories behind his iconic the images of these another illustrious lance and friends now based in Nashville June flew into L. age join me on the couch with amazing tales in Larry's dose about some of the greatest route names in history. It will take us on the road in the studios and backstage you will not be disappointed. I can assure you. Jim Crockett is award winning photography and move is meticulously and with great humor, sometimes essential in dealing with the trickier glance. So State Lova and listen to a true master. have. Feel bad. God, who? I'm so lonesome all. Sin Salad. Baby. Looney. The Show. Happy. Song. Good.

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"jim j" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"jim j" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Gigi asks us to head over to the Leafs and up to the rooms everybody's chatting happily to each other but I catch Matthew he's now standing on his arm yeah news job well will gain different we're told to by two in the lift again I hoping with Matthew the moment of truth is he avoids eye contact with me and Fiji it's nervous labour his room swipe Kate yeah as a member of staff which one is seven ninety seven I think just around right this is also if I'm from Georgia conditionally Samper our show Jim J. shoes ever company cops how are you feeling right now Schult actually the ring me he brought housing monthly entertainment corporation has probably serve a four star hotel slugger one's time which just looks like a dump and when you will be seen as not having anything this is actually better than they want banging signage from my standards the happy to be spending some time here well a day one day a line ball side now around one day and one side.

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"jim j" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jim j" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Call every single all its unit biology chemistry geology commerce hearing accomplishment finished compost does well with the spiritual aspect of it the the customers and they it is complex absolutely ever every area who none that you possibly can a pharmacy archaeology on the news that crime call and the the Jim J. geometry and a handful and passed yet go best happy place that was I think five five because of yes almost no more seven got more than that more than that yeah yeah it won't now that could save the geometry is that is the same drama critic we're finding it in the architects of is the same geometry if they're finding in the crop circles and you have to say now that was an area of hiding in all civilizations when they didn't have metal to the most wonderful call things Wednesday's temblors service takes his life back into ancient civilization because ancient archaeology one half with a walk that possibly of civilization which which she came and went ancient civilization that we ran and then we learned nothing about it say this is what they what the costs are cause them for you he was suddenly a fine feel investigate another complete.

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"jim j" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jim j" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"There's some kind of energy burst that is affecting affecting everything in that circle now what do you think the messages me what do you think these crop circles are even there in the first place for well I think hi I'm not a not a report from people who've been in five one is contrary the **** of that I think that there is a learning process that's all I can tell you that I learned more in the fox thank you yeah I might not ever learn this call because it covers every single object you can think off every single all its unit biology chemistry physiology commerce hearing accomplishment finished combos does well with the spiritual aspect of it the the customers and they are it is complex absolutely ever every area who none if you possibly can a pharmacy archaeology on the needs of crime call and there's the Jim J. geometry and the temple and practical best happy place that was I think five five says yes so no more seven more than that more than that yeah yeah it won't now that could save the geometry is that is the same drama Chris we're finding it in the architects of is the same geometry as they're finding in the crop circles you have to say now that was an area conning in all civilizations when they didn't have metal to the most wonderful call things Wednesdays ten a service takes his life back into ancient civilization because ancient archaeology one half with a walk that possibly if civilization which which she came and went ancient civilization that we ran and then we learned nothing about it say.

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"jim j" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"jim j" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But before you get into unless you're willing well well Jim J. here with the drop below and now he's playing great and then you get got a tip your cap to the kid but also the on that edge Russian defense of freedom and that defense in general that defense that Niners defense they are they play a on grass of high speed hi throttled violin style of defense mailed out they don't play get it needs met they bring it I I I got to say that the coach so later right is Robert Shelley the first squad data he does a great job he really has done a great job I I don't I think was Friday you were here fried right think it was Friday was taking shots at him only because it's not his fault the way it is the the you know the TV production they should more time is that they make is gonna start with timely it was you know I I thank you yes I like rice yes he is but I'm just saying the cycle watch your own site you know I that's about the defense I get it says like on like in college football the different type of guy but they do it all the time what would Michigan with don brown Dombrowski from Starbucks difference Dombrowski from star Brandon it's it's not it's it's like the Walgreens a lot alike you know whatever you know stop already you know so but anyway that I I I I digress did the Niners defense is phenomenal and which makes next week I mean the summer first Sunday such a also match up when the Niners go to Baltimore Ravens dude that's like giving a great game he could feel Superbowl last car I can run out wrong about that you're actually write it that that is going to be a a monumental match up and are a great regular season game and one that I think we're all gonna be looking forward to as this week does play out ties and you know I don't know why they don't you know that you know the forty Niners have a have a trouble in terms of it I'm sure in the you know the bay area they're loved I'm sure the fact that you know we're on the east coast there out west but also on the national landscape why do you think the forty Niners it's taken a lot of time for people kind of war ball to what they've accomplished so far this year the everyone's kind of way in hell even after they lost to the Seattle Seahawks right the concerned coming back it was well you saw what happened no kindle no Emmanuel Sanders drop low really struggled and the thought was well the Niners could win can they win in spite of Jimmy Garoppolo right in it it's almost seems like there's always something yeah right if there's always seems to be something else why don't you think the forty Niners get this sort of fourteen this ten to one and has won the games that they have what if I tell you that that is the the Green Bay Packers if I tell you it's the Dallas Cowboys right now it's Dorland saints in there get a lot more heat than the San Francisco forty Niners are getting why do you think that is the case I verse of the it's a really good question my answers short it's would be it's a couple things I do think it's because they're playing in later games of west coast like we talk a lot about what the NB a lot of these games during the week but this nine is also put on the weekend but still still later games a lot of people dialed in on one PM eastern games at the old but more at times you know this was a night game that could be one thing if you want to make excuses for argument's sake okay the other thing is too I really think would firm your football fans a lot of look at Jimmy G. as a back up because everybody knew he was Tom Brady's backup for so long and I think he has at stake on him that is a back up what yet he's a ball I mean these either I to me is proving that all tenfold but I do think that some people who are more casual football fans that that watch their team just their team like I mentioned my needs his approach is a heavy duty football fans right she's she's not a kid either she and and she wasn't too familiar with Lamar Jackson what should we was who's the quarterback rich you never listen a place is locked in terms active to a Packers so just as a casual fan I got you also there are more casual fans out there than the hard core fans I do think the but even hardcore fifty point might look at the nine as as like the if thing like you just said you know it and I don't think you're wrong in that I don't know I think it's that that he's looked at as a back up you you were you know what you know what I'll throw it another way I think it's style of play I think its its defense it's running the football aids thrown off of the run I think it I think their number of different factors but if you're the one that you did not mention that I think I would throw in their task they don't play a wide open you know style of off right not stretching videos on your eyes it's not Sean McVay in the rams it's not Sean Payton and the New Orleans Sam and Josh I'm yeah love come on bro but structure yeah correct it's not our Rogers making these all these ridiculous throws with the Packers in the legendary careers yeah he's had tat aasha Alan yeah you just write throw Josh out it's not that style of play so therefore I think maybe people have they actually have a hard time connecting to where you know it's about defense it's it's really old school it is really about defenses it is it's about knock your rear end locked out opponents or you know but on the ground we're gonna run the football we're going to Domini at the line of scrimmage and when at the point of attack it's really kind of an old friend of football at the forty Niners apply in it's kind of maybe a little bit different as compared to what you're getting and listen you look look a lot different ways it's different the Baltimore different than Seattle yeah Hey it's it's different the New Orleans different almost Gensler rams it's it's just a little bit of a different brand of football and maybe people have a trouble baby kind of gravitating toward their style of football kick you could be right I think it definitely could be.

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"jim j" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"jim j" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From the W. Jim J. breaking news center I'm resting Ahlberg be prepared for a slower commutes as another early season snow fall is taking place in southeast Wisconsin starting four meteorologists Jesse Richter says for the northern half of the area the snow will come to an end around sunrise walkie southward that snow will linger for the higher snow totals are going to be the further south and east you are a winter weather advisory in effect for Milwaukee Waukesha Jefferson Kenosha Racine and Walworth counties as they could see snowfall totals between three to five inches lesser amounts to the north a search continues for the vehicle that cause the fourth hit and run accident in the past few weeks in Milwaukee which involve minors it injured Danielle eager of Hartford along with her two sons five year old Dayton an eight year old Bryson when they were crossing the street at six engine Saturday evening she tells these T. M. J. four they are recovering at home Milwaukee alderman Bob almond says this accident and others like it or why the city's next budget has money to reconfigure streets to reduce reckless driving add the pedestrian warning lights and add additional traffic signals in some cases actually Meryl road ways to reduce speed police are looking for twenty eighteen silver four door Chevrolet Malibu possibly having a partial Texas plate with Casey V. onyx winter's early arrival has many people work for the homeless still out on Milwaukee city streets in need of warmth and shelter the goal continues to be to try to interact with those people on an individual basis the rescue mission president Pat Vanderburgh tells me there's only a handful of people still camping out under the seven ninety four overpass but there are homeless in other parts of Milwaukee who still need homes for the cold winter months not only will we be able to keep them out of the elements out of the cold we also have resources to help him really get back on their feet and get into permanent housing Melissa CarPlay WTMJ news the early arrival of winter weather has helped several ski hills in southeast Wisconsin open this past weekend little Switzerland co owner ric Schmitz tells today's T. M. J. for their first day Saturday couldn't have gone better you were to ask me to say what would your ideal weather be for today this would have been at I mean it was it was made thirty sunny just absolutely perfect sunburst alpine valley also open for the season all by complimenting the early snow fall with the making of their own now thanks to the freezing temps today is veterans day but pleasant prairie held their ceremony to honor that Sunday at prairie springs park in ocean county American Legion commander Thomas Vinson Tanner tells today's T. M. J. four it's important to recognize those who have served in the armed forces past and present veterans day it's portent frost always remember our veterans and their service to our country the sacrifice of their men the families of made the ceremony also marked the twelfth anniversary of the villages veterans memorial DJ forecast winter weather advisory in effect for Milwaukee Waukesha Jefferson Walworth Kenosha and receding counties still likely tonight damn breezy lows will drop to around twenty two morning snow fall for you Monday then clearing with blowing snow in the afternoon highs around twenty seven snowfall totals about an inch north Milwaukee up to five inches south near the Illinois border for Tuesday mostly sunny and breezy highs around twenty wind chills could be around ten degrees in sports a goal line stands helps the Packers into their bye week with an even to record with a twenty four sixteen win against the Panthers set us knowing Lambeau Sunday and the Bucks complete their latest road trip Sunday with a one twenty one to one nineteen victory over the thunder they host the bulls on Thursday I'm rested Ahlberg newsradio WTMJ hi there good evening welcome to the jungle had a show from Westwood One radio eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six online by this is Jim Bohannon show dot com Twitter at Jimbo talks our guest of this portion of the program is a man with a very compelling story to tell he is Chris Evans senior pastor of Piney Grove Baptist church in Maryville Tennessee and chief.

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"jim j" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"jim j" Discussed on The Corp

"Barry was the guy who you know he was. The first guy who said the Federal Reserve was was up. It was going all wrong and I used that Africa's Barry was saying things are getting too expensive businesses slowing down. You have guys on who tell the truth and it's remarkable doctors who like I don't wanNA open heart surgery but if I had to write what what's the balance though you're talking about people's money you see your talking about the people's money and you're giving people tips. What's the balance between entertainment in serious talk because the way I feel like I'm a big gambler right and not don't it was says I can't Campbell of course but you are kind of like you know how we do a show called Barstool sports visors where it's about hamming it up up in having fun in probably a little less about the picks. You obviously are a lot about the picks that information so what's that balance like well look. I think if I don't entertain the people watch the stocks can be inherently boring so we have to work in a lot of jokes that work in a lot of cultural references because Google you can work in Shakespeare beautiful you one you can work in anything baseball anything football the have to so. I would say that obviously the entertainment is probably about twenty five percent because because we got to get people in one of the reasons why I think we've been successful as we recognize we have to entertain. It is a joy to entertain. You get a lot of callers because Eh Sunshine Yo but you know I pal people. That's what they a stream. You're an ice cream chocolate. Oh Hey one time they gave me strawberry. I had the run every time I say. This is strawberry right to the next thing strawberry so it's like you have a bad stock is strawberry right run for galaxy ice cream to know people people now think people used to get you sell them Schmitz. everyone wanted wanted. Schlitt right here like Milwaukee famous right walk. He looks like he take Milwaukee Schlitz Very Jim. who was did you think of a mentor the you had and what lessons did you learn from that mentor? It's my dad. My Dad was all about honesty rigor toughness. My father always wanted wanted me to be the toughest guy. He said you know I know you're not the biggest guy but be the toughest guy and be honest and forthright and I love that because it's true north you never go wrong on whether to do for a living. He sold boxes and bags dealers. Oh man he had a big month in October when he died at ninety two and November turns out he had a big breath in October. I didn't know that the irs came after me sold a lot of box at a lot of bags that the mother before he passed and not yet a huge working all October. I mean like I'm still you know this coun- mm commission. Did you throw away the receipts as pop had a big October but died November right but he had a good good October baseball. Yeah yes ask Mister October. So do you think you'll work to the day like he did. I sure hope so yeah. I sure hope so. There's no slowing down. No no speedup beat up now. It's time of it here everyone else in my my high school classes retiring i. This is the time to really go full throttle right right. Who would you say the three or four or five. Just you know the berries of the world they think are absolute. rockstars investing space in investing space okay so we're going to say is getting Lynch Ran Magellan. He's he was unbelievable. He taught all of us and one on Wall Street is still the best single book ever. What's it called one up on Wall Street. I mean it. It's just a pure joy book i-mode I love it. I like Byron Wean who works at Blackstone own and he's got a tremendous view. is another older gentleman really good. You know about him. He's he's phenomenal. I like Dave Tepper who owns the panthers. He was my boss at Goldman and one time I came down. I wanted to buy sell bonds for this company. Primorac which was an Donovan Company and there was about a thousand people on the floor of the of Goldman Sachs in the bottom floor and I came down. I said listen Dave. He was headed junk stave I'd like to I think I can get a lot of points. Look if I sell these primer bonds and goes everybody. Listen Up. I got a first class jerk who want it's a cell. Primorac bonds and hurt all his customers and make fools of them. What's your name. Assuming Jim Jim Coach's his name is Jim Cramer and he is going to gaff every single customer and this guy is a disgrace. Get off my floor and I said well. Is there any way to redeem myself. He Goes Yup never get off my so he owns the panthers the one of the greatest investors ever stick and a great sense of humor the best years years later. He said he was pretty funny that thing with the pods it's kind of funny talk for me yeah kind of like Jon Stewart Good Yeah how how how was like looking back to the John Stewart. I meet my best yeah. Yeah I look back data's Abbas appearance. You know homerun kind of a home. Rice route is playing football. You're not allowed to invest in the stock market. No no so what do the investing if you don't mind my wife does real estate yeah do that. We have a lot of real estate real state. A lot of real estate held real estate bars yeah restaurants. It's re this so I'm I'm. I don't play the stock market the stock market. It's a foreign language to me. Okay I inherently in the cynic in me thinks it's raked look. I think that's a great question because often I have a piece tonight that talks about a subtle little rigging. It's I think it's rigged for the big guys first of all when I say that most stocks costs a thousand dollars Russell Wilson buys stock for Amazon Zahn Stock First Offensive Line's great little guy can't afford that right and so to me they should split the stocks and allow little guys in that's why I say it's rigged toward the big guys because these stocks that are thousand Bucks Alphabet Google thousand. Two hundred bucks. We'll you know that just keeps out the little guy they used to split these stocks so that the little little guy could own stock they had made it so it's too expensive per share now what they'll say. Oh give me a break. It doesn't matter it's you know it's all the same company but that is to me away to keep the little guy out instead. They make them being all these. ETF's they should own stocks and ETF's. Also I mean they used they used to be the Franklin. Roosevelt said we shouldn't allow the shortsellers to bang down stocks. We got rid of that too so a lot of the smart guys banged down stocks now. You're loud the short. I'm not against that but these are the things that make us for. The little guy gets scared. FLASH CRASH LITTLE GUY GETS SCARED December. The market goes bad little guy gets here so they're just scared and we need to protect them and one of the things I try to do and money's protect the little guy because the little guys can be a big guy if you don't drive them out the little guy can go by Amazon two hundred bucks or by Apple. It's fifty but no no no. I mean they've made it so that the dollar amounts are so big that little shopping streets they. I can't buy a tenth of a share now. They do have these little things where you can buy shares but but they're not right in Berkshire hathaway because that's that's a great example era. That's a great example stock was at two hundred bucks when I started to go out and that was a reasonable and the and then it goes to one hundred thousand regular person can't quote houses so I think it's rigged in the sense that big boys have an edge. At what are you invest in. I don't know what I'm saying like. I don't really invest in anything A-ROD CORTO public. I inherently think that it's especially you know obviously the crash happens in two thousand nate and then nothing changes and and everyone stays in power and all the rich people can make you know that's the Gatien of what happened now when they when they had the crash of eighty seven there was a big treasury investigation and we found exactly who were the bad guys know investigation. The government plays no role. The exchanges changes are absent. This must stop the government must get involved to protect in. Milken was one of the few that got in trouble. I know an awful lot of pizza and a lot of good cinde rebel. Abo- with cancer over one hundred million dollars major league baseball eight it back he all the way to me. He is redeemed himself and he's a good man and we need the government to be involved to protect checked a little so how how do how do people our listeners who are probably more like me than they are like a rod and I mean that in terms of you know our pocketbooks folks. Chechen more money okay with the CBS cable to see how do how does someone who's like me or younger than me a millennial be like hey look. I WANNA play the stock stock market. I've no no fucking idea what to do and guess what I think. It's rigged. Well Okay so you look at long-term. It's not rig so what you do is you buy. I was in when I lived in my car which she was not exactly a great time although as a chick magnet thing your place or mine and put in the left Mesa we'll put it off. We'll have somebody that somebody I really don't need it. All shares index you buy the Shares Index Fund and then in overtime that really does work and it'd been great for me away from my kids. Even when I was living my car put under house wage month would my was was a detriment to a lot aww I liked but I was born and and been robbed and everything but I still had money to invest in so you take a longer term view yes short-term. It does feel very rigged right and I think that's an important thing and putting away money every month because I think that's something that probably my generation does not and that's what they have to do and I know that it seems like a boring thing but if you put it away every month it does compound because like you take stock like Pepsi. They keep playing dividend paying dividend paying dividend. They've doubled their dividend ten years. That's a great stock to own. If you've done your index rex fun maybe buy one hundred shares Pepsi. I mean that kind of thing. I've got a lot of stocks that I recommend and I feel very strongly. That investing is for everybody but people have have to recognize that if they don't have the time or inclination they should do index yeah so jim a little rapid fire because I I think in round yeah and it has to be one word it can be you just a short central on some of these. CEOS Warren Buffett best in show Jamie diamond unbelievable radio really smart. Dan Loeb Clever Can Griffin Rich Jeff Basil's brilliant Elon Musk Weirdo. Oh sorry I born born in last one mark Zuckerberg nefarious because he'd sell you sell your name you'd sell any he's probably sold me while I'm talking right to the Russians Chilean probably soldier the comms what is like vesting in in a company that you might not morally agree with what they do. I mean for instance. I won't let people I always say about Philip. Morris Altria say now right. They like life's too short. Just not gonNA recommend those guys. I mean Cole. No thank you I got enough trouble so if you're a young listener and what you have many and everyone in my staff by the way I hide my staff because my staff never misses you. Thank you thank you but let's just say Jim. I said Jim had a million dollars explained to me. How how you would diversify that across the board okay so if you could invest this if you can't is that yes if you could invest in this late in the cycle. Okay well what I would do. it depends on your age. If you're in your fifties and sixties you went eighty percent in the stock market index for twenty twenty. Oh my you want to be as aggressive as possible awesome..

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"jim j" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"jim j" Discussed on The Corp

"I'd stick to witness you opened Kramer and company Hedge Fund nineteen eighty-seven exactly tell me how much coach how big was the fund. How much money of your capital did you okay. I one hundred percent of my capital and then ten percent of it was my dad's because I didn't have enough and then it was about fifty million and then ultimately I took it to six hundred million and then I retired in two thousand. I weighed about thirty pounds more than I did do now. I was I was troubled. How many hours tonight I settle two-thirty I never slipped past thirty because of the because the bad guy sleep till three thirty very now see the problem is I could never really identify the bad guys but you know who they are and I like to get up an hour before then so that I'd never let anybody beeping was for the London markets. I look trading in Japan. I love trading in London. Japan was really important back then because what would happen is the Japanese would say listen tonight. We're taking Tokyo electronic so I want to be there and then the next taking up Tokyo Rail Tokyo market was totally rigged but it was bigger than the United States sparking back then but I traded traded aggressively between three and four three in my pajamas gym so eight of mice my softer dentin that's crazy eighty seven to raise the fifty or sixty million dollars what kind of LP's did you have and how to take this question. I had a couple of people who are behind me when I was at Goldman and then there are other people called there were fabulous people people who just wanted to listen and I told them that I had all my money in it which was really the important I told him to follow me was eighty. Seven of the market crashed by had no money in the market for the crash and that's what I became famous for for was sold everything the week before and after that I just carried around I was called. My run showed that here's where position the week before and I could present well. I was able to curtail my temper during that. The temple was really just about someone making a mistake race race. Leave me and I used to have a lot of spare keyboards because I love to hit the keyboard with the phone cues fly in the WSB flying east flying ours planet girls but women picking heeds keys out of their hair and stuff new keyboard new keyboard but you know it's an intense business and if you don't match it with the intensity then you should get out so you so you sold all your your stock before the crash in one thousand nine hundred. What was that line munition permission okay? Yep helped by impure candor. Lisa Lisa hold traders my ex wife Karen who was Jean Enersen stocks and she said listen. The market got to be honest. Yes okay so so tell me this. Then great sounds like David Geffen and Sam Zell timing gave you have a little looking so tell listen. Obviously the same thing didn't happen when a crash in two thousand eight two thousand eight I was in in I did go nuts on TV right said they know nothing thing about the. Fed they know nothing the problem with that as TV person and TV person doesn't really get a lot of TV. person is always going to be laughed at birth. The fund manager would have been more potent but I was a fund manager previously so I think that I should have been more listened to but when I looked at the Fed minutes came ain't now five years later. They admitted to mention me evidences laugh laugh okay best right. I did my best so oh so the transition from you retire from your Hedge Fund was that because you weren't enjoying it or wasn't enjoying it. I thought it was not not worth a couple of things that happened that were signals that it was time to go my partner at the time. Jeff said to me in the middle of the day he said listen yeah. I got to go to see my daughters play and I said she is going to be in a million plays. God Damn it. This is the day that Intel reports that in retrospect was assigned. That was a sign that perhaps I'd gone too far. You should go to the place and then there were some other people there was a guy tied die. He came in late which was six the F. coming after six. Am and I'd just tell you to go home for six in the midst boom the water bottle back the him what an arm norm Tomo Europe myself look people around who want me to look good but that is yeah that's who I was and the reason I say that because I became a kinder kinder gentler guy and I think it's important to try to distinguish between that guy who it did not meet Lisa who is the the front office here and did not know what life could be like. I was tortured and I'm not tortured. What you're getting more so I can be. I was the most sincerely insincere man in North America back then but I think you know I'm a go along. Get along Vanilla. I aw so Lisa who's sitting over. Here is one of the best brokers in New York City. She does real estate world-class now my question to that yes of course my question to you. Is You look like a regular regular guy. You live with a guy that we could just be hanging out a Yankee stadium or you know tax. They'll you know we we play it citizens. It's it's like eighty. Seven seventeen bucks for front row see anymore but I would have never guessed Harvard Undergrad Harvard law. You just just seemed one of people's person. I didn't grow up with a lot of means now. I'm not going to be like one of those guys. WHO said I was because you know we had a three bedroom house and I went to a a decent public school but I I'm. I'm that guy and I when I joined the media for instance. They wanted to try to teach me to not sound like a Philadelphia well. This is how I talk and in many ways I am just a creature of tenth and read in South Philly. Okay my mom's from the north side and what what happens is you are. Who you grow up where you grew up. Chicago's Nice people were a little bit more. Were loving and hating okay. We love and hate but yeah I mean. I think I'm regular because I grew up regular and I didn't forget and a lot of guys forget and it's really incredible when you hear them now. A Guy who was on your show who did not forget as a guy named sternly best I felt stern lick was unbelievably good on your show because he was. He's a multi-billion. I'm not but I thought that he acted like a guy. I was just a regular guy. I saw the eagles play us at the Eagles Super Bowl. I that's an aspirational guy. You want to be a little stern. Look like and I try to make people people realize look. I made a lot of a lot of mistakes. I'm not king of the mistakes. Then all of a sudden on twitter they say like even he admits he's a jerk but I try to be regular because it's who I am and its authentic but I I do self denigrate but I'm also quite pleased that I have great people in my life. I have a fabulous support eighteen who went down or anytime down really rally for me. I think we all need that and and I think that a lot of why people stick with me is because I stick with them. I really like Mike Loyalty. What about the fact that so you obviously got into TV. Mad Money's been wildly successful. Three thousand shows incredible fourteen years but you're not you're. You're not allowed to be in the market anymore. No it's hard to to to sell to the people when you don't have skin in the game charitable trust but you know. I think that what happens is let's say this this morning. I said I really like Kohl's Kohl's cash in my drawer and the stock was up three time. I finished it. I said Kohl's stock was five and a half well. Let's say that I owned don't goals for myself. Well people would say wait a second. He boarded seventy. Three's going to sell it seventy five after the show so then I would be a crook and so I really want to protect the people and I wanted to protect myself and I think people know that I'm getting up at three thirty like today doing stuff trying to know what's going on Hasbro reports. Today Day has protocol quarter and my goal is to try to help other people do well recommended Hasbro recommending. Kohl's so what I what I do is very paddock. Oh because people no I work really hard to try to make the money so jimmy live in the city. Yeah I live in Brooklyn but I also live in summit. Walk us through one of your days regular Wednesday morning joining tonight on Man Yeah so my trainer will come tomorrow. We'll be there around quarter before I let him sleep a little because he comes from an hour away and it's important that he gets some sleep so he can train me. we will do a three miles. We meaning me three miles on the treadmill. Then I'll stretch me awhile while and then we'll lift and we live for long time then finish around five forty and then a my driver will take me in at six. I Bang out a couple of pieces. This is study. What's going to be on at the nine o'clock nine o'clock. Show squawk on the street. I meet with my team. I actually team that. I meet with the with the team that is management the street that I meet with my CNBC colleagues eighth at eight forty five. They asked me some questions more. Mike on the floor I finished at ten. I do twenty minute videos for the street then I go over to. CNBC and start the show at seven thousand words a day show starts at four zero five show finishes at six six and start to show the next. We merely start worrying about the next show as pack day yeah. I like it pack. Yeah I like it back and and I do last time. He's studying for a couple of hours. When I slacked off my nephew cliff rights to show with me only two writers I've an unbelievable executives from Regina Gilgen and we just are riveted riveted by what we do. In Rigor is rigor is everything for us and that's show it better be good or they should take us off the air yes so I actually went when I was reading eating up about it. After the show right after the show you guys sit down and talk about the shadow over it with my nephew cliff and he tends to really just say I did. I said it was not gonNA curse in the show I or simply say this. They've talked about yeah. Okay all those about. Did you know that was really like Jim. Cramer doesn't curse You've probably sworn more than anyone in life. I think I have is a matter of fact I think I'm GONNA top ten swear I am. I think I can get there. If I have to love love it well. I did a shit job okay. I I said I would wipe is like how you doing but he's a shit job next. Shicho pitcher so any feelings hurt ever then because that's the tough thing to do to sit down and be like hey look. This wasn't good no ego about it because it's for the viewers no ego now. There are some times where I come back and everyone says good show and I know it was not a good show and I will like yeah yeah like good show. I mean come on give me wearing. It's a good show. A good show is completely engaging where there's no screw ups in the production and at the same time there's a pure spontaneity like you know things get asked a come through some good stuff. I mean one of our best shows recently was when I did a big mid. We like to do like monster. Ms and stuff and I took a machete Eddie and I hit it in the soda exploded over a really nice senior suit. That's good right. That's TV and a half. It's a show and a half. I love the very sternly navy by the way Barry was so great with memory. Barry was the guy who you know he was. The first guy who said the Federal Reserve was was up. It was going all wrong and I used that Africa's Barry was saying things are getting too expensive businesses slowing down..

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"jim j" Discussed on The Corp

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08:26 min | 2 years ago

"jim j" Discussed on The Corp

"You're in Brooklyn at the longshoremen with our guest Jim Cramer who is the host of mad money on MSNBC. He also owns this bar own half Lisa White Michelle UN. Who's are unbelievable chef from yes founded the streets? We're here to talk to you about your career everything you've got going on. I want to start with the bar and the restaurant so you own half of it. What what made you get into. Is this before because we've got to set the scene for the people why we're sitting here. We'll be started with Bar San Miguel which is a small plate Mexican place. That's a model after a bar is in San Miguel de Mexico. We have house there. It was just too much fun. We happen to love. Florence Michelle. You in is a great chef. My my wife Lisa love to run the front. we think it's great joy. Put a lot of people to work. This is Florentine. I happen to love Florentine but you can see it's this little nicer are the places tavern and I like to be with people because member. All I do is stare at the camera and you look you know how solo it is at the plate. Okay you know sodas. What is I do talk to know and suddenly what happens is. I talked to people and I love it and by the way the millennials had not a clue who I am Yup. Is there stupidest. Would apply yeah so air form. We're we're going to get to that in and the stock market in millennials and however infuse it. Let's go. Let's start at the beginning so I was doing a lot of reading up on your beginning you start. Actually your first job was at a baseball state. Yeah I killed. It killed it. I was I moved. I started with COQ. Okay and you know it's good and I had the record for double header against the cardinals was really great when they go extra in each. You're GONNA crush it. Okay Steve Quality always had too much ice cream after I moved up ice cream and get this. This is the way you play okay. It's about monopoly early on you realize Napoli. I paid every other vendor not to go opt the seven hundred level. Why was only ice cream much. Nobody visits. I'm cleaning. I'm making forty fifty bucks except for Jim Carlton too too quickly quickly and that was the secret. This secret was to pay off the other guys to stay away from my dad interesting right and they take for little bug they get eight Jim. Jim's got to seven hundred seven US work right. I mean you know and that's how I learned to cope people on the show as skip chief. They chief me all the time. I was always cheapie chief people. I think it's a term of endearment John Talking about the phillies. Were you and I'm trying to picture you know you're such a great baseball fan fan. Were you a Mike. Schmidt P Rose Alton Smitty I when when she had three runs and then he struck out in the fourth time I didn't do. That's not my scene yeah. No I didn't do not a true Philadelphian. Look Santa Claus batteries out of Santa Hat. Damn bad here. Everyone thinks that Santa was innocent. You see his numbers on. I mean you and I didn't throw it because I couldn't get that for. I mean I would have hit. Somebody probably a nice fan. We have a lot of Nice fans. That's why we had at the jail to separate the audience from the nut next fans Yup. I think that's what's needed but I loved Smitty. I Love Carlton but the Games didn't last long enough and yeah. We used one of those teams where he won half the game. I mean that's pathetic. I led a wildcat strike which was brilliant because fired all of us thing. You had to reapply all right so your first job obviously in baseball. I thought it was just a cool store to share with everyone. When was the first. What was the first stock you bought? And how old were you. I bought what American economics at twenty seven. It was an Orange Grove company within five days. They had a frost. Wait it out. Okay you know how old are you. I was twenty seven over. Take a lesson learning lesson. That orange is freeze. Yeah Yeah so tell us how you got into the stock market. You haven't gotten you went to Harvard. He went to law school. Walk Right and you started selling stocks. That was your goal with the voicemail. Yeah well what happened is hey. I'm not here right now but you ought to buy a monolithic memories each week. I had a new stock then finally at a guy who made a fortune he called me. Jimmy check for five and tasks. You'll meet you for a couple of years. Five hundred thousand five hundred that's a lot of money and you first thing I did was I lost like thirty thousand and I said listen I can mow lawns I can I can do dishes because your sensitivities wars but but then I came back and I came came back with a vengeance started doing the right thing started watching TV with the ticker had to go to law school. Unfortunately it's a major loss of time time suck but let's picking stocks in answering machine and and then I went to Goldman. Sachs meeting and Goldman hired me and it was not easy. I had to go ten times before I got the job so lawyer. Goma sacks. Tell me the lessons you learned are going to say oh you know what they did was. They shifted me from water. Sales and trading lessons were rigor. Okay the rigor. The rigor that you needed was incredible a just to get the job. One time they call me. Down is a twelve o'clock. They said look sitting in this closet of office and we'll get to you when we're ready to interview you. If five o'clock came out there was I opened. There was nobody there air. Everyone had left so I called the guy who was running the program he goes. Hey it's Goldman Sachs. That's what we do. You leave a guy in for five hours. Hey it was easy to get a job. They bring that kind of let's say humiliation slush expertise and I like it. I get the same thing you know. When I was teaching there. I taught Friday. I didn't like to start to eight. PM Friday and what I did is I gave test at eleven pm and I always posted on Monday. The five lowest scores People's need this. It's a learning west. You're from Philly Philadelphia. I love it. I love it and so so you start there and then you go out on your own hedge funds and talked about the transition going from Goldman Sachs to okay. I can go do this on my own. I can do this with some partners and write my own verse thing thing. I learned where she can't choke people. When you're Goldman can't throw water bottles. You had a famous temper. I had a bit of a temper. I would say that I had I. I would say that I was was volatile. Maybe mercurial judgmental but if you lost me money I mean I did. There was one time when I call the guy's mom and I said listen you know your son unacceptable behavior and I'm going to send him home and he needs to know from Mommy tomorrow if he wants to come back towards a grown man very grown very crony quit the next day you'd you should pay severance. Paul O'Neil with cooler one time I it was a bad day. Market was getting crushed. I'm working my wife. She doesn't like these stores S. Lisa. We love getting crushing. I was doing well. I could not believe how marks down two hundred. US stocks they're holding it turned out to my monitor is broken same prices so I had to a throw that out the window now it's amazing. They made the windows. You can't commit suicide because the twenty nine but yeah I'm as volatile windy announced back. Yes indeed my feet it but I was a sweetheart in the end because I always pay people well. I was the devil and then the sweetheart people care about it was a devil bargain made a bargain with the devil. If you work for me everybody Kinda liked me. Give an okay yeah all right so you're so we're at the Hedge Fund you start also the St. Yeah like what what makes you WANNA do that. You're you're. You're killing it. You're crushing. You're making money. Why would you want to add more things to your plan for some First Class Masochists and what I did was I helped start smart money and I realized that the web was coming in nineteen ninety five so I said listen you smart money dot Com and spent money simple. That'll wipe us out. I said well that's perfect. That's what it's supposed to do and then I decided to do it for myself myself just because I didn't like being talked to like that and I started. We lost a lot of money. Finally you lost about one hundred twenty five mil trying to set a record right I mean didn't some players players for the mets lost about hundred twenty five million. I did with a company. But how did you lose one hundred twenty five mil easily walk me through that well. What happens is that? When can you say you lose ten million dollars a year because you're not selling as much advertising it tends to accumulate over time and you're paying a lot but we had a lot of eyeballs boss see. We were like an audition like we didn't. We're losing money but opthamologist but we had eyeballs and so people wanted us. We were hot stock. We opened at sixty two went to sixty seven next. Stop Two bucks Yeah Yeah but we held in. I mean we were one.

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