14 Burst results for "Jim Mallon"
"jim mallon" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"The particular roundup of different sporting events is for particular network but none of the none of them have the round the clock coverage be a heck says be The platform that. Espn does and the money. Let's be honest nobody else does. So you either have to figure out you're gonna go back to. Espn you know. Go back into the what the snake pit mendelsohn said which is probably one of the things said right on that tape Go back into the snake pit and try to you. Know spend spend another three to four years. You know breaking that money in to your bank account But also having to fight for your job every single day or you go somewhere else and you know you you do something that you value or you know maybe do some you know for you know. I am not making the same amount of money that i made it. Espn but i love what i do and i think you could probably talk to a bunch of people. I find a lot more value in what i'm doing now than what i did it. Espn and i think you know you talk to jamal or you talk to michael or you talk to carry and you will find them that they say something very similar that the you know. You're the minute you walk out the door. Your peace of mind returns the chaos. That's going on wondering who is about to stab you in the back. You know what management thinks if you whether or not somebody's gonna drop a story in the boast about what you make That goes away the day. Leave and you know. And it's it's a. It's a moment of clarity for a lot of people at espn. But at the same time you will never have the same platform. You'll never make the same money. It's a real. I think for somebody marines age. I i'd take the money and stayed. Espn that's what i would do. And i would realize that your life is going to be difficult every single day while you're there. Yeah i i mean i. I identify so much with what jane said. Because i mean both of us have navigated life after. Espn right and it's an. I love working at the athletic. But you know we don't have. We obviously don't have all the meteorites to all of the sports is the first thing and you're never gonna make as much money as as you as you can. Espn and the access and the platform and all of that is obvious. Another thing that. I think we need to point out from this new york post story that i think we all agree with probably a very strategic leak was that it was also framed as not just how much money she makes her what the offer on the table was but it was also framed as at a time when espn is cost cutting because of the pandemic or you know at a time when disney is putting pressure on espn to manage. Its cost them and asking other high level talent to take pay cuts. It was very much framed as this. You know who does. She thinks she is kind of thing. And that's so hard to read. And that's i can't imagine how hard that is to read about yourself and this question of what she does next. It very much reminds me of people who go into high level finance jobs who hate their job but make enough money before they turn thirty that they can do whatever they want with the rest of their life right. I think if. I'm maria like jane said i take the money for the short term recognizing that you know people that i work with. Don't have my back. And that the company i work for is going to employ these kinds of these kinds of strategies if if it needs to because it's a company there's no such thing as a company having loyalty to you unfortunately but at the same time people like jim mallon carey and michael have presented a framework for what life after. Espn could look like. And if you've made enough money that you're comfortable not making that kind of money in the future but you you know your peace of mind and your daily happiness is important to you above all else then there is. There is a path that people have set a precedent for what that could look like and for being just as respected and and just as involved in the industry as you were at espn. So i mean. I don't i don't really know what what i do if i'm if i'm maria other than like jane said given her age taking the money and then figuring out in a couple of years where i actually want to be one thing. That was embassy goes. I appreciate that perspective. I think we're on agreement. Basically i i will say that. Espn like it is true that they are asking talents for sure to take pay cuts. I mean you know kenny. Mayne told me that sixty one percent. I know that they've asked at least one. Nfl person While known person to take pay cuts so that is true but but could even jan look. Here's the reality that you guys know Yeah that's true at the same time all of these companies when they want to pay someone or when they want to acquire certain talents there is always money and i will guarantee that high level executives and espn haven't volunteered to cut their pension or cut their disney preferred stock. You know what i'm saying. So it's in all of these companies. There's always choices and ultimately if there is a salary course correction. Well that is. That is a decision made by someone and that decision like is still targeted and specific to certain talent and other talent will not be to take pay cuts and they will continue to hire so like what i've always said is.
"jim mallon" Discussed on The Know Show
"Emails. That's no. That's. Part of the the cell. Do Yogi Life in India and Vegetarian. Either just the I guess. Simple ways I the way I walk away when I eat what I. those kind of things are very much. Influenced by by what I learned from my Inde-. But at the same time. My life as extremely different, though yeah, of course of course. So, what would you? Kind of advice. Would you give to somebody who's interested in in Yoga studies or learning about yoga? Learning about yoga well as Arnovitz We one of the. Very few universities in the world happened in A. Yoga and meditation We've got a Senate Yoga. Studies where we constantly putting lectures, and so I would end. We've got each channel, so you can look previous lectures since the lockdown. We've been doing a lot of lines. I would suggest that people to look at some of that stuff for the. Book meets of Yoga. If something interested in yeah, you can we looking actually at sauce into incorporating yoga studies a certain amount into undergraduate courses as well. Yeah and then if you really really came I mean. In terms of achieving research options, I think as I said to agree I mean. It's pretty important, but also some of these Yah languages. Unstudied text in some of the more Persian Muratti. Act Kannada Telugu some of the southern Indian languages as well. There are some tax which Katie important ticket for the early history of Yoga. I think will be very fruitful avenues future research. Yeah. If if you don't down the road, I think at checkout. Center Young Studies, the offerings we call that enabled meal. And also some school because we're not doing it this year. Because we started the Senate the studies in two thousand eighteen last year we had some school, which was a great success at she we had. Twenty twenty five people from around the world, and we had lots of great academics coming in and. ASKING ME, Iran! We had some practical stuff back. Obama is We and there's lots around, so s in London in British Museum, British Library. To all these great collections of yoga manuscripts, and so that was a nice white again kind of hands on understanding of this. Sources we went with so not yet. I think eight I feel. Hopefully next year we'll be able to some summer school, so I would. As a a good way of kind of getting a taste for younger studied since everyone, and then that might. Go on and do. Yeah. Absolutely absolutely, and where can people find you online? Online well, we I'm on twitter. Is Jim Mallon I tend to promote stuff that a bit I know I. Said bit wary social media facebook. As well has its presence combs studies. We do permit stuff. Through facebook and instagram. On instagram Oh, you're on Instagram Izzo so I'll I'll do is I'll. I'll provide a link to to audit these on on the videos in on the. Project is the Hotel Yoga Project, and that's go website so. If you can yeah, I'll link. Just, send it to me and all link the into the to the shows will. Jim It's been a pleasure speaking to you reading Joyce. I think I think it's going to be fantastic so this going to. Those of our audiences will be interested. Yeah, well as I, say just have a think like I can send you..
"jim mallon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tested positive for the corona virus the city says the fire house involved is undergoing a standard deep cleaning Indiana has announced the state's second death from covert nineteen the patient near Indianapolis was an adult over the age sixty who had previously been hospitalized and treasuries check secretary Steve Mnuchin is on Capitol Hill working on an economic bailout as the country deals with the virus he said earlier the administration is considering checks directly to Americans your money on doubt WG and the Dow Jones industrial average has been up well above a thousand points a couple of times today it currently is up six hundred sixty the nasdaq up three oh nine and the S. and P. five hundred up ninety nine I'm Steve Burr trend on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN keeping a running list here of the retailers are closing their doors for the safety of the employees the safety of customers as well Steve you mentioned Nordstrom's in Macy's shutting their doors people reminding us you can still order online yes you can do not that part which has resulted in some Macy's closing their doors earlier that's the that's the sad truth right the bricks and mortar not done enough in favor as the online sales have taken over for them also Sephora also on the list thanks to listeners who are adding to this list D. S. W. American Eagle also closing their doors their physical bricks and mortar doors but you can still order online and help out those retailers who many of them still paying their employees were hearing also from listeners one particular works for Nordstrom said yes I'm one of them they are still paying just so paying us and they're also getting benefits well that's great I mean that's really important because if you think of your some of those stores you know I think of DSW and and if the limit is fifty people in a crowd are usually are fifty people in a DSW store right so if they're doing this for their workers intend continuing to pay them and give them their benefits at a time when brick and mortar retail is under attack I think that's fantastic I do too so let's support those businesses are making those choices a one five bath and body works L. brands also close the stores today until March thirtieth and bath and body works is still paying us good to hear good to hear thanks for letting us know we'll keep that keep that going we should keep a list of those so you know we're waiting for the governor and I don't know if you're aware there was a bit of a kerfuffle earlier today now between the city board of elections and the Chicago board of elections and the the Pritchard ministration I Jim Allen is a spokesman for the Chicago board of elections of does a great job he said a couple of things that they had requested that the primary but be put off and and that prompted a reply from the chief of staff in the prescription inspiration calling it a lie and very strong tweet that was followed up from a statement now Allen backed off a little bit said he spoke from emotion this morning and that he probably should have done that but when governor Pritzker speaks at Bleckley will be one of the things that comes up yeah because he was under pressure to put off the voting today as you saw in Ohio however Arizona Florida went ahead today so we're one have three states that still went ahead well in the Ohio the the governor may well be in I don't know if it's in contempt is the right word but they he violated a judicial order you know judge said no you can't close that change the polling and then he ordered the department of health to deny access to the polling places yeah that will definitely come up I would think so on these are just these are just uncharted times right we do just you disturb people are trying to figure out what the best decisions are at every every given moment changing all the time so we'll wait to hear from the governor Steve Dale's checking with us in the meantime because Steve had reached out to me about an important message about Pat you know before we do that looks like that right now just let's go to go to earlier this month I want to extend my deepest condolences to her family members I want them to know that the entire state of Illinois mourns with them may her memory be a blessing on Saturday I announced that one of our new cases was a woman residing at a private long term care facility in DU page county we acted immediately to send in an IDPH infectious control team to make sure that every precaution was being taken anti institute even more stringent procedures they tested the home's entire population including all residents and all employees and tests so far have revealed twenty two positive confirmed cases eighteen residents and four staff members all of the individuals who have tested positive are now isolated at the facility or at a hospital and visitors have been restricted Dr Z. K. will go into further detail on the specifics of these cases but I wanted to make the public aware and let them know the proactive efforts involved in IDPH is approach this situation reinforces just how critical it is especially for vulnerable populations that we get approvals and supplies from the federal government so that we can test large groups of vulnerable people earlier than we are able to now my team and I have been on the phone day and night communicating with the medical testing supply chain but the federal government is monopolizing supplies and not providing them to the states they set deadlines and they blew through them they told us capacity would increase and it hasn't the power house research institutions here in Illinois including universities hospitals and national laboratories are lending their own world class resources to the fight against covert nineteen but they're running into the same roadblocks that the state laboratories are this is an incredible failure by the federal government and every day that they continue to abdicate their responsibilities is another day that we fall behind I've requested and now I'm demanding that the White House the FDA and the CDC produce a rapid increase in test deployment nationwide or get out of the way and allow us to obtain them elsewhere ourselves as you know today is the first day of our K. twelve school closure which is scheduled to run through the end of this month during this period we will continue to distribute meals to all children who qualify for free and reduced lunch thru delivery and parent pick up meal options depending on the district we're also encouraging schools to expand the meal distribution program to all children and to any student enrolled in an Illinois school regardless of their age some districts have already done that today also marks the first day of our state wide closure of restaurants and bars for on site consumption so I want to proactively provide answers to a few of the most common questions that we've heard about the closure first for residents looking for a prepared meal curbside pickup drive through takeout and delivery are all still permitted in being implemented by many establishments we recommend patrons contact your local restaurants individually to see what approach they're taking during this period we're also working directly with delivery service providers to help restaurants who don't already have delivery service and already several major delivery companies have waived fees for independent restaurants price gouging in delivery fees price gouging in general will not be tolerated and Attorney General Kwame Raoul is here today to talk more about his work on that front I have directed my administration to do everything in our power to support our working families I've expanded unemployment eligibility for those impacted by covert nineteen most utilities have agreed to a moratorium on service shut offs for residents who can't pay their bills during this period we have filed a federal waiver to expand covert nineteen related Medicaid coverage and we're working with the federal government to ease eligibility requirements for food assistance in programs like snap and wick we're also working expeditiously to mitigate the challenges that small businesses are facing my department of commerce and economic opportunity has secured the necessary documentation to declare a state wide economic injury declaration and the U. S. small business administration will receive it shortly the SBA is offering corona virus disaster assistance loans to help impacted companies get through this period of instability and this will ensure that all of our counties qualify for assistance once approved by the SBA you'll be able to access this through our DC website as you know we issued an updated order barring gatherings of fifty people or more establishments that provide essential services will remain operational under this mandate grocery stores pharmacies hospitals gas stations banks credit unions and shelters are few key examples gatherings that are affected by this fifty person mandate include places like invented many venues fitness centers and health clubs bowling alleys private clubs theaters and faith based events before I turn over the podium I want to address some statements made this morning by Chicago board of elections executive director Jim Mallon last week the Chicago board asked me to do something that is unquestionably not within my legal authority according to their statement earlier today they wanted me unilaterally to cancel in person voting on March seventeenth convert Illinois to an all vote by mail state and extend vote by mail to may twelfth not surprisingly they could not even begin to explain the legal basis for their request nor could they explain how they believe that they may and election authorities across the state could effectively convert the election to all vote by mail nor could they promised the people of Illinois that the state would be able to hold an election on the suggested date of may twelfth I will not use this moment this moment to supersede my constitutional authority I will not there are people out there today who want to say it's a crisis bend the rules and overstepped her authority let me tell you this it is exactly in times like these when the constitutional boundaries of our democracy should be respected above all else and if people want me want to criticize me for that if people want to criticize me for that we'll go ahead I'll wear it like a badge of honor every step that we've taken during this crisis my legal team has understood and laid out our legal authority to do it where we felt my authority didn't extend to some action that we felt we needed to take to keep people safe we have worked with the individuals or entities involved to get to the right answer all of them have stepped up to the plate all except the Chicago board of elections the governor's office are provided I the opportunity to use the National Guard to help staff the election and we also worked to recruit volunteers two thousand young people from the make that challenge were turned away from volunteering because the board wouldn't reduce red tape so instead of accepting help or offering any solutions of their own the Chicago board of elections decided to wait until election day to call the press and attempt to shift the blame for their failings do any campaign that tries to claim that these election results are somehow illegitimate if you're on Twitter one minute claiming Donald Trump is making dictatorial grabs and the next minute screaming that the governor needs to overturn state statutes and constitutional law to deny people their right to vote you need to get your priorities straight this is a time for serious people it is not a time for games it's not the time for political posturing it's not a time to complain that you're being asked to do uncomfortable things to make.
"jim mallon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The world doesn't have it then it goes off patent will become widely available I'll give you an example in the nineteen eighties also drugs with the most expensive Mosul talk to drugs in the world because people were dying of houses like to date you just go to a big city by them for nothing your local pharmacy and exonerated account and it'll be the same with these drugs were really very close to massive breakthroughs can I ask how old you are sixty two and how long do you expect to live I think I'll live two hundred and ten a hundred and twenty because I'm probably a little bit on the old site for the gene therapy and we will become used to the idea of living to a hundred and ten a hundred twenty once it happens but I always say this is gonna hit so is much faster than expected unless we do something about it when you say his house you mean we have to be prepared we have to adapt to our lives we have to adapt our economies to this longer line have city and governments have gone to take note and it's very difficult for governments because if you know half the population is looking for to retirement at sixty five you say I'm sorry that's not possible you can have to what you're eighty five that is not a vote winner but it has to be taken care of now because otherwise people who are old will not have sustainable pensions Jim Mallon of the longevity foreign in a moment more on the science that companies like his are investing in science which aims to extend a person's health spinal healthy life is the first the world with people live for much longer has all sorts of ripple effects throughout society and economy it's gonna be a very different layout from one we use the four G. cation into the first stage of life and have someone work for sixty years to the right I think that's a really big challenge we've got because we designed to life for seventy minutes but now we got to redesign life for ninety or a hundred that's I'm just cost professor of economics at the London business school he co authored a book called the one hundred year life just as the day went from being twenty four hours long to thirty two hours now we would change the structure of the day says a life because from an average of forty six to an average of eighty six or even a hundred and ten if you play the scientist we need to change our structure it's interesting this longevity conference here is happening in the U. K. because here life expectancy is kind of plateaued hasn't so what's interesting no I didn't wanna listen and reached a peak because it's still six or seven years and behind Japan is singing because a slowdown in the rate of increase not a full and a good part of that is due to widening inequality your same group of people still getting strong gains in life expectancy of those witnessing some declines this not genetic the something systematic about society and economy and policies please bring it about that diversion so we need to do something about it can you see anyone focusing on that I think governments are beginning to wake up to this distinction between as moral people in our aging is changing yeah I'm a columnist I spent most of my career focused on GDP and I'm stuck at home have a recession how much focus is given on the decline in GDP but the debate is attached to the slowing down and life expectancy growth in the U. K. is nothing like that there will be a lot of people listening who say and a population is older it's just an economic burden missile very well to about lengthening life but the percentage of people who will actually live a long healthy life will be very small and the majority black she lived for quite a long difficult on healthy life this is why I think we're a bit messed up about aging people some a little about people as if they're different ethnic group actually we need to look at the whole life course a child born today in the U. K. the girl has a one in three chance of having three hundred so how should we structure a support system to help that young girls today live to a hundred we go to find a way to make sure that age as well as possible because if you really want to H. healthy at least on the past all you too concerned that there will be a two tier population a section of the population that you know has the money to buy the technology the medicine or the treatments needed to live a long healthy life and their bottom tier that doesn't benefit I'm hugely marred admin crossroad of society is the governments to adopt policies to ensure that as many people as possible can benefit so I find longevity fascinating because as the aging society story this has this moral people breaking and misses the really massive human achievement which is the last time on average around the world living longer and healthier for we contend that into the back of the story I do not know what we do this part that we get the pension system to be sustainable there's a lot more we can do with the fact I live in number and my health professor Andrew schools all of which brings us back to the science of the heart of the longevity industry what sets it apart is that it treats the very proces of aging as a medical condition and a lot of the start ups and research bombs aims to slow down or even reverse the aging process lord Denning is co founder of longevity bond venture capital fund fax companies its target the aging process what makes a remarkable is that she's very young to be so worried about old age you're how old now a twenty five twenty five so yeah fifteen were an I. T. and started going into this field yes I I went to my team when I was fourteen but I started working a lot in this field when I was twelve and the sciences so compelling I mean as a kid my dad wants us you know what's most important to work on and because it all you know what if you could actually change the trajectory of somebody's aging process so I went on Google for the first time and there was one for the canyon who'd been doing work to make forms of longer and so that was when you study so you studied how words could be made to live longer exactly so what you'd normally see is a worm is super healthy young infects and then as it gets older it gets kind of the diseases of aging so it can't think of all the cat move his wallet stops really being vibrant and youthful and if you change certain things about the worm you can just keep being John for twice as long as you normally would so how do you play that humans what fasting the enough the same genes that make forms of longer when change actually also make mice live longer and so right now many companies are trying to take those same discoveries and test them in human patients see they can treat age related disease and this is the secret that really is at the core of the field is that we have discovered things that make for example mice live longer and they're very simple things like changing one gene we don't think these things are enough to make the mice the forever but we do know of ways in which your body has been programmed to change your life span that lesson is actually not able and he describes me some of the projects you work on now some of our companies are working on getting rid of the oldest old cells in your body other companies are working to target talk with your body that sense nutrients so if you give an animal less food to eat often it will live longer and to try to switch on the same television humor the having us after all Sarver cells lord Denning the risk is that the kind of treatments and drugs venture capital firms like hers of financing will only be available to and in view but the longevity industry is not just about new treatments it's also about shifting the focus of medicine to prevention so says Linda freed she's a renowned geriatrician and epidemiologist at Columbia University the last century created longer lives and that was through intentional societal investments in particular in public health and education and more recently Parvati alleviation and medical care now the question is what's the next generation of investments we should make so that everybody can K. what what should they be well there's no question that we need to move hello systems to valuing prevention across the life course so when you when you talk about there is rather than focusing on treatment of illnesses which is the case at the moment we should look at sort of preventing people getting in the first place I think the evidence is speaks change in the highest sense very big change but the evidence is incontrovertible that that's where the value is certainly US state of says that there's a minimum of a four to six fold return on investment from prevention to give examples of what kind of investment needs made in prevention from a specific disease or illness let's talk about something pretty obvious obesity we have an epidemic of obesity in the world which has many deleterious effects it causes diabetes heart disease stroke and it lowers life expectancy investing in prevention from the earliest stages to keep our young people from becoming overweight and then all this is not high cost the treatment side very challenging and very expensive if I move to cancers we now know what we didn't know thirty years ago which is that fifty percent of all cancers are potentially preventable they are due to exposure so we get toxic exposures of different kinds in our environment and if we controlled the holes we have the opportunity to prevent a high proportion of the cancers that people get we were talking about expense so the kind of savings you were talking about that happened over decades but governments don't think that far ahead is not the problem so I think that most of the challenges that we have as people and as societies right now it's going to require a longer time for our thinking and our responsibility but frankly the cost of prevention is much lower than the treatment at any gear the returns may be outside the cycle of an elected representative but they are not twenty years from now there two to four years from now and then incrementally increase can I ask how old you are sure I'm seventy and how long do you expect to live I'm betting on ninety five totally different but some here at the longevity for a blessing on a lot longer than that because if we're on the cusp of treating aging as a medical condition I don't aim for two three hundred and twelve one thousand years so I'm doctor under Sandburg and you work at the future of humanity institute at Oxford university.
"jim mallon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It goes off patent will become widely available I'll give you an example in the nineteen eighties also drugs with the most expensive most so tough to drugs in the world because people were dying of houses not today it is good to be some you buy them for nothing your local pharmacy exonerated account and it'll be the same with the strikes were really very close to massive breakthroughs can I ask how old you are sixty two and how long do you expect to live I think I'll live to a hundred and ten a hundred and twenty because I'm probably a little on the old site for the gene therapy and we will become used to the idea of living to a hundred and ten a hundred twenty once it happens but I always say this is gonna hits as much faster than expected unless we do something about it when you say his house I mean we have to be prepared we have to adapt our lives we have to adopt our economies to this longer line have city and governments have gone to take note and it's very difficult for governments because if you know half the population is looking for to retirement at sixty five you say I'm sorry that's not possible you don't have to wait you're eighty five that is not a vote winner but it has to be taken care of now because otherwise people who are old will not have sustainable pensions Jim Mallon of the longevity foreign in a moment more on the science that companies like his are investing in science which aims to extend the person's health scramble healthy life yes the first the world with people live for much longer has all sorts of ripple effects throughout society and economies it's going to be a very different from one we use for education into the first stage of life and have somewhat for sixty years to the right I think that's the really big challenge we've got because we designed life for seventeen units but now we go to redesign the knife for ninety or a hundred that's I'm just got professor of economics at the London business school he co authored a book called the one hundred year life just as the day went from being twenty four hours long two thirty two hours now we would change the structure of the day says a life comes from an average of forty six to an average of eighty six or even a hundred and ten if you believe the scientists we need to change our structure it's interesting this longevity conference here is happening in the U. K. because here life expectancy is kind of plateaued hasn't so what's interesting you don't when it was sent and reached a peak because it's still six or seven years I think behind Japan but using you guys a slowdown in the rate of increase on a full and a good part of that is due to widening and equality Jasen group of people still getting strong gains in life expectancy others with the same some declines this not genetic the something systematic about society and economy and policies is bringing about that Sir we need to do something about it can you see anyone focusing on that I think governments are beginning to wake up to this distinction between his moral people in our aging is changing you know in the comments nine spent most of my career focused on GDP and I'm stuck at home have a recession how much focus is given on the decline in GDP but the debate is attached to the slowing down and life expectancy growth in the U. K. is nothing like that there will be a lot of people listening who say and the population is older it's just an economic burden missile very well to about lengthening life but the percentage of people who actually live a long healthy life will be very small and then the door to flash you live for quite a long difficult on healthy life this is why I think we're a bit messed up about a regional people some a little about people as if they're different ethnic group actually we need to look at the whole life calls a child born today in the U. K. the girl has a one in three chance of having to be a hundred so how should we structure a support system to help that young girls today live to a hundred we go to find a way to make sure that age as well as possible because if you really want to HM three at least on the past all you tool concert and that will be a two tier population this section of the population that you know has the money to buy the technology the medicine or the treatments needed to live a long healthy life and their boss and tear that doesn't benefit I'm hugely marred admin costs around the society is for governments to adopt policies to ensure that as many people as possible can benefit so unfriendly longevity fascinating because as the aging society story this has this moral people breaking and this is a really big massive human achievement which is the last time on average around the world living longer and healthier for we contend that into the back of the story I do not know what we do is we get the pension system to be sustainable there's a lot more we can do without we live in number and my health professor Andrew schools all of which brings us back to the science of the heart of the longevity industry what sets it apart is that it treats the very process of aging as a medical condition and a lot of the stock tips and research bombs aims to slow down even reverse the aging process lord Denning is co founder of the longevity fund venture capital fund backs companies its target the aging process what makes a remarkable is that she's very young to be so worried about old age your how old I am a twenty five twenty five zero fifty were an I. T. and he started going into this field yes I I went from eighty one when I was fourteen I started working a lot in this field when I was twelve and the sciences so compelling I mean as a kid my dad wants us you know what's most important to work on because it only to what if you could actually change the trajectory of somebody's aging process so I went on Google for the first time and there was one for the canyon who'd been doing work to make forms of longer and so that was really study so you studied how ones could be made to live longer exactly so what you'd normally see is a worm is super healthy young infects and then as it gets older it gets kind of the diseases of aging so it can't think is all they can't move his wallet stops really being vibrant and youthful and if you change certain things about the worm you can just keep being John for twice as long as you normally would so how do you play that humans what fasting the enough the same genes that make forms of longer when change actually also make mice live longer answer right now many companies are trying to take those same discoveries and test them in human patients see they can treat it with a disease and this is the secret that really is at the core of the field is that we have discovered things that make for example mice live longer and they're very simple things through like changing one gene we don't think these things are enough to make the mice the forever but we do know of ways in which your body has been programs to change your life span that lesson is actually not able and he describes me some of the projects you work on now some of our companies are working on getting rid of the oldest old cells in your body other companies are working to target how was your body that sense nutrients so if you give an animal less food to eat often it will live longer and to try to switch on the same television human the having us after all Sarver cells lower Denning the risk is that the kind of treatments and drugs venture capital firms like hers of financing will only be available to and in view but the longevity industry is not just about treatments it's also about shifting the focus of medicine to prevention so says Linda freed she's a renowned geriatrician and epidemiologist at Columbia University the last century created longer lives and that was through intentional societal investments in particular in public health and education and more recently Parvati alleviation and medical care now the question is what's the next generation of investments we should make so that everybody can game of what what should they be well there's no question that we need to move hello systems to valuing prevention across the life course so when you when you talk about that race rather than focusing on treatment of illnesses which is the case of the mom we should look at sort of preventing people getting in the first place I think the evidence is speaks change in the highest sense very big change but the evidence is incontrovertible that that's where the value certainly you estate of says that there's a minimum of a four to six fold return on investment from prevention you reach a whole what kind of investment needs to major in prevention from a specific disease or illness let's talk about something pretty obvious obesity we have an epidemic of obesity in the world which has many deleterious effects it causes diabetes heart disease stroke and it lowers life expectancy investing in prevention from the earliest stages to keep our young people from becoming overweight and then I'll be is is not high cost the treatment side very challenging and very expensive if I move to cancers we now know what we didn't know thirty years ago which is that fifty percent of all cancers are potentially preventable they are due to exposure so we'd get toxic exposures of different kinds in our environment and if we control dials we have the opportunity to prevent a high proportion of the cancers that people yeah we were talking about expense so the kind of savings you were talking about that happened over decades but governments don't think that far ahead is not the problem so I think that most of the challenges that we have as people and as societies right now it's going to require a longer time for our thinking and our responsibility but frankly the cost of prevention is much lower than the treatment at any here the returns may be outside the cycle of an elected representative but they are not twenty years from now there two to four years from now and then incrementally increase can I ask how old you are sure I'm seventy and how long do you expect I'm betting on ninety five totally different but some here at the longevity for a blessing on a lot longer than that because if we're on the cusp of treating aging as a medical condition aim for two three hundred and twelve one thousand years so I'm doctor under Sandburg and you work at the future of humanity institute at.
"jim mallon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Rescue dot org they would select the menu that states adopt there is a form that's powered by pets damage that they should complete on the desktop computer and read all the information below the form so that they understand we we adopt dogs that arrested for the family a lot of people so I will what your page you know I didn't see the dogs will gather there there's a reason for that the dog you like may each your family or for four Q. up your I love your Chanderpaul that's amazing yeah it is what it is we match the dog to the family and and you know at that point you know we make sure that they can afford that here you know we get a lot of people I don't have any money I want a dog will one dog needs to go to the back what you gonna do we can't pay for it you know what we're already way over extended as it is so we have to make sure that everything is upset and that the dog gets the best possible home right now we have over a thousand applications saying roughly thirty five dollars would yeah these people are not a lot of people they're just not qualified you know came in off the dogs are in most cases shepherd Jim Mallon wants the houses and small children for the same reason I mentioned to you earlier yeah is because of the potential for you know injury to a child not nothing against nothing against every day rescues but I feel like I see that a lot where they will get dogs back because they don't necessarily that families well enough to make sure that the circumstances of the family match the dog's needs so it's amazing are you guys taking that extra step to make sure that these dogs you've already been through quite a bit don't have to go through anymore right and that out of out of the last several nearly brought her seventh year now we probably only had probably five or six dogs that it had to be re homed due to no fault of their own so our our method works pretty well yeah that's great I'm going to get things wrapped up here with you Bob I wanna know what can people do to help bring these American heroes some I hate to have to say it but we seriously need funding right now more than anything we are equipped to bring any dog home that needs to come home as we are financially able to do so we spend a little over a million dollars a year on our work we could easily spend three million and still not bring all the dogs home yet be operating at ninety one percent spends mission and just doing wonderful things with the money so it morals down to the almighty dollar and boy do we need it right now and they can they can donate where once again donate dot mission canine rescue dot org or just on our website by the way we have a we have a very active by a hundred thousand member Facebook page on mission canine and we'd love to have you with anybody else come there the Black Sea you rambled yeah you guys have an Instagram too that's mission canine also correct correct and Twitter's mission canine we're not as active on Twitter I don't think I've still figured out Bob this is great you really do amazing work thank you so much for joining me thank you for having us on the show we really appreciate your time coming up we're going to be talking about relationships during the holidays and also how millennials are totally ruined dating for everyone that's coming up after the break on seven hundred W. O. W. this.
"jim mallon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"He always does at this time Mike the bulk of from the bureau Palca podcast now cone in the dog zero bark thirty a love the headline in New York Post Conan who cornered Bob Dougherty is injured but in good shape and we now know the name of the dog that the image was released yesterday marked yeah we do and I initially thought Conan the barbarian but apparently it's been debunked it's Conan o'brien was well it's a girl so they had to go color to Brian very funny yeah what a great dog Belgian Malinois wild dogs are there on the grounds of the White House the secret service uses them they are beautiful dogs want to bet we see a whole lot of interest in owning these stocks I think they're kind of expensive so just saying by president trump visited the windy city on Monday and a rep to the city's police chief who was noticeably absent yeah Eddie Johnson has a little problem with the president and he he pulled what we call a case sick remember when John okay take it did have a temper tantrum didn't show up to the RNC when the event happened in his state when he was governor Eddie Johnson decide do the same thing I'm not a fan of Eddie Johnson for doing that he had all these other police chiefs in the room he could have been the the bigger man as my mother used to say but he did not and he also after the event took the opportunity to kind of go after the president without the ability for the president to rebut it so instead of these two guys getting together we now got I'm throwing rocks over the fence and yelling at each other and I prefer if it was face to face and they actually had to sit down maybe it'll happen maybe not will the president release a partial video of the Baghdadi raid I think it's going to have to Mr T. because yesterday there were a lot of people step not going he said he was whining and crying and that didn't happen that's not what happened so I think they're kind of squeeze in them and maybe we get to see it I for one would love to see Sir I'd love to see that well Jim Mallon while running into the the town where the cave or whatever it is and then yeah the dog was injured sake now like you said recovered but I I would love to see this would you watch it yes good Mike with Halloween coming up I gotta ask you out as a one Mike Appel to handle haunted houses like ones where you have to sign a waiver as a case of one in Tennessee could you do it charity this Makeni manner you're referencing this one that it's got a forty page non disclosure and all kinds of legal statements and it and it all for you up to twenty grand if you can last ten hours inside it seems to me to be a torture chamber now there's actually a petition to shut it down if you haven't seen even a snippet of the video look up McCain mean manner I'll watch it it's a little disturbing yes I'm not a big fan of of this kind of a haunted house I don't mind the random scare or I even I'll even deal the gourmet but this just seems like it's paid torture yeah as long as they can't touch you but in this one they're talking about shocking use emerging in water slapping you telling you up no thank you they stop the slapping sign me up now let me check it out it's it's really disturbing and and hopefully I think it'll be shut down finally all right so the two men two girls that flash their breasts at the World Series game are not they're banned from Major League Baseball stadiums for life how are they going to do that because I don't even know what their faces look like that's because you weren't weren't there well what yeah I know well their faces are now all over the internet with this band has done is given a more press yeah I could ever hope to get so good yeah Major League Baseball you did exactly what they wanted you to do tell me what they mentioned that guys can take their shirts office sporting events but when they do it they get in trouble you know if I even have this argument with with my wife in the room I am grounded take it all right what else what else is on the Balkan pike as today I mentioned did Chapelle yesterday I'm even more impressed as I read the transcription of Dave Chapelle defense of the first amendment and at the end of his defense of the first amendment he said and by the way the second one is there in case the first one doesn't work I thought well this guy gets and I can't wait to watch this whole speech but it's being leaked out bits and pieces like Adam ship within Charles might have a great day that's Michael talking from the pier about the podcast he joins us each and every week day at this time coming up at seven forty the Islamic state suffered a major blow with the death of all bug guy do you what are other terrorist threats remain in Syria we'll get the answers that much more coming up at seven forty with bills and for this is your money with kitchen designs budget money update your home with a dream kitchen from kitchen designs budget money everything from design materials craftsmanship all.
"jim mallon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And to the world the United States has conducted an operation that killed how do not my direct United States launched a dangerous and daring nighttime raids small team of Americans carry out their mission in grand style over the years I have repeatedly made clear we will continue to pursue the remaining ISIS terrorists god bless you and may god bless America are you see a little bi partisan the winner will show out going out to each and everyone of you yes you saw the news you heard what happened and you know what we decided to play that little montage with Metallica in it of of Barack Obama announcing the killing of bin laden and president from announcing the killing of al Baghdadi number one and number one eight both taking down and America is now safer we are now safer and isn't it interesting is it interesting I love this country so much for so many reasons I really do I I wake up every day so optimistic and and just expecting something amazing happened who is the hero of this raid it is a dog a dog it is a dog it is a Belgian Malinois walk and now we know said doggies name the dog he was was injured slightly in the blast but the dog he has returned to duty and ladies and gentleman I'm proud to report to you according to Newsweek magazine that good boy is a good girl as a female dog as a female dog that went down that tunnel and the dog's name do we know the dog's name do we know the dog's name I don't know Conan all like the barbarian but it's a girl I don't know welcome to twenty in nineteen right the lamentations of Baghdadi I mean this is amazing so America falls in love with the dog they released a photograph of the dog and that's a bad a looking dog I like that well Jim Mallon was will bite right through you there there there there there one breed that when a shepherd comes running up the Belgian Malinois sends a shiver running yeah I mean they they are they are tough dogs and and I and I love that this dog is now so so so beloved by people people are concerned about about it the hero pooch a Belgian Malinois what his name is reportedly cone in according to the Washington examiner changed Baghdadi into a dead end title in his final moments before the ISIS mastermind detonated a suicide vest obviously the story was a huge one as the president tweeted out early Sunday evening really set a Saturday evening that's something big he just happened nobody knew what was going to be and then suddenly everything came into in in into clarity we we started understand what it was that it occurred and what a momentous mission this was to go take this psychotic vicious demand and remove him from this planet in Baghdad I'm not gonna call a cockroach is an insult to cockroaches cockroaches are just running on instinct I'm not gonna call them I'm not gonna call an animal animals are innocent they they live according to instinct they have an ability to show affection he was quite literally should do you should a demon he was just in there when you start when you start going through some of the stuff that this guy is dying this guy did the torture the rate the murder the may and you name it this this was this was somebody from another dimension of evil who needed to be dispatched backed to the deepest darkest day kissed hottest spot in hell that we could imagine do you think that that that they could have taken him alive well they were chasing him anyway he decided to be a rhymes with we'll see an end to right itself out and kill himself as we decided to do he decided to kill himself and as as somebody notes with a mean that they sent my way I'll Baghdad Daddy was here and here and over there in over there too all over that what I'm going off and and it's really it's really disgusting to me that the worst part of this story is the fact that he took three innocent children with them yeah that's correct three kids as human shields down there that dog who who who who who just followed her training man and ran down that tunnel after that SO be banned boom and then he blows himself up and you know what is so curious a guy called Max boot is he he's a he's a nasty little man you see him on CNN a lot he tried to make the argument earlier today that that Baghdadi didn't die a coward's death that Baghdadi was wasn't a coward and a chicken and and any of that kind of stuff that in fact it took real courage to kill himself sure okay that's that's disgusting now he's now deleted that tweet a lot of incoming but that's a narrative that you hear a lot from people who who won for whatever reason admire these these maniacs and it was curious to me as we watch the story unfold Saturday late Saturday night into early Sunday morning and then for the rest of the rest of the coverage coming up into today it was curious to me that the absence of comment from the squad I didn't see a tweet come out from AOC NC to come out from my on a Presley I didn't see a tweet come out from hell on Omar Rashid to leave nothing now they're not gonna you know this is this guy's a psycho killer he was abusing women selling women and children into sexual slavery abusing and murdering people burning people to death in cages no yeah this is I mean this is at least at least as bad as you could and that I mean I just don't see here I'm just shaking my head I agree with Lindsey Graham you know you even the biggest critics of the president have to you do it a job well done Mister president you know well here's the thing here's the thing by them being silent about the killing of al Baghdadi I have to ask this question do they still regard people in ice as worse than al Baghdadi because they were quick to condemn nice they were quick to try to dispatch anti five terrorist something to Washington state and Colorado to go would engage in physical violence against ice ice operators in the quiet silence Nancy Pelosi had to be killed dragged kicking and screaming to say something positive about the raid that took out al Baghdadi it was an incredible thing Adam Schiff was was so downcast and and and saddened that that nobody in the in the gang of eight was notified about the rate in advance and what does it say about the present right the president runs this operation he he's a green light this operation a number of weeks ago then he pulls our special operators out of that part of Syria that causes everybody's faces to melt like the German in in in Indiana Jones okay there's a lost arc just the faces just just melt because he is in his left the Kurds behind and who helped us in this mission the cards and who also does in this mission the Iraqis and and who else was a coal operator in the mission the Syrians and the Russians and I say that because they didn't shoot at us that we we we made it clear the president made it clear to them that we were going to fly over their territory it was not an invasion we had a couple of jabs we had eight helicopters with special operators going to handle some business and and the left was I read about that they were irate they were saying things like how the Russians and the Assyrians before the currents said sunny hot didn't over on this view yeah he did it because the Russians to like made it difficult on us the the the Syrians could have made it difficult on us the Turks could have made it difficult on us but I I I'm going to guess that they understood that if if the United States is running an eight helicopter to fighter jet operation in the dark at night on a Saturday going into one particular neighborhood in Syria it's probably service we really serious the Iraqis were instrumental were instrumental the Syrians kept they they stayed back the Russians didn't make us that have any trouble with them this was all in all a good thing for the people of this planet because this savage this vicious killer this demon from the deepest part of the alimentary canal of hell is no longer breathing on this planet that is a good thing I know ISIS isn't destroyed we heard policy make that point over and over again all weekend we we we heard we are Adam Schiff make that over what does it mean isis is destroyed no but this ISIS leader is destroyed in by the way earlier today we found out that his successor was also taken out I call that good hunting eight hundred seven sixty KFMB eight hundred seven sixty five to sixty to have your say well let me let me tell you something else it's much more important and and local to us right here and that is this.
"jim mallon" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast
"Welcome back everybody episode forty four forty four we apologize we haven't post them for a little while here blood checkers ubt I mean the UBT is Bella the backscratching on your bed plane Dj Fella Lino The the one of the visit ubt does is they provide on their website a place where you can try to locate local tracker those anyone who's on there has some qualifications and I'm not gonNA vouch for any or all of them they do vet it a bit so but I just I'm a believer in the idea of a dog even in dog has a better chance of finding a deer that we can't physically follow than someone who can't physically follow the deer there's no visual signs or clues of it so I don't think I'm not here to this podcast is not going to be talking about determining what warrants a good tracker not a good checker and so I go off on this tangent because there are trackers out there that I've had discussions with typically we we we have pretty civil conversations about it the there are some that become very very protective of the territory and I want to put it out there real clearly I'm not a tracker my dog trainer I hunt everything with dogs I've used my dogs to successfully find your that I otherwise would not have found to me that is what a game recovery dog does how did I get there how did I do it how why am I getting text messages regularly why am I getting Dmz uh-huh and all this stuff through social media regularly of folks that are finding gear with their dogs because I think the reasoning is obviously I wanna they were giving me feedback but a lot of them are people that have trained their own using our training products and I've had some questions come up about those training products that we're gonNA touch on this podcast and can straighten out just hopefully make it a little easier to understand but also because I think the time of the year is right obviously it's mid to late October we've had six eight weeks of hunting in some places we're going to have another six eight weeks of hunting left in is places these are opportunities great opportunities for us to get dogs on tracks and we're going to talk a little bit about that so products wise we've got a kit it's called the game recovery kit it's got all the tools and stuff in it that I use for prepping my dogs you can go to our youtube channel and you can watch video where we adduced several dogs over the years to their first track in it's a training exercise I developed this we we wrote a book we have a DVD. we have a product line that that basically we showcase in those two because those are the tools that we use and we try to provide the information on how we do it we've also posted a lot of that stuff on our youtube channel some of it's gone to facebook first and then migrated to youtube but instagram a little bit more limited because of the amount of Space and time although we have done some TV stuff instagram TV stuff posted we just did a dog for some friends of ours a belt Jim Mallon Wa shepherd mix they're gonNA use it as a tracking dog we showed her with some early tracking that's on HDTV it's also on Youtube I think it's on our facebook page ero was the dog's name so we showed that we showed some stuff with Tieto Tieto I got a mess Tito is too I think he's a little over two years old now he made his first recovery this weekend so friends of ours that we trained him for sent me message picture of him next to a big on Missouri it was a marginal hit that was left overnight and he went right to it in the morning so I think the success was partially the dog probably easy for the dog gut shot gear are usually pretty pretty successful Iraq's for dogs if you set them up for it and that means you gotta leave the deer loan they're not GonNa die very quickly it could take twelve sixteen twenty four hours if you go after that deer and push it a lot of things happen and you push it off a property that you can logger track onto that happens a lot you get an adrenaline bursts that pushes it through sometimes of a cover that maybe impenetrable that the dog may be some across the river lake and you just can't get acrostic so leaving the deer that is hit poorly is your number one chance of finding it in my opinion now some people are going to push him and push him in fatigue there's a million different techniques to it I I leaving the idea because of the properties that I hunt and train on I have a better chance if I leave the deer to lay down and expire my chances of recovery greater again it varies where you're at and it varies on techniques and it varies on on personal opinions on how to do this and there is no right way or wrong way to do it there's lots of ways to do it some I think find more success than others consistently and to me that's what's important but so tito made a fruit measure she cover letter let the dearly overnight and they found the deer dead I had friends of ours Chris and Meghan Smith made a recovery shot through the neck jumped up several times and eventually it was found dead in bed I think it was twenty hours later eventually had died and they had found they located it for a hunter so lots of this coming in lots of customers that I don't know them personally but I've gotten messages Several different breeds I've had breeds it were traditional trackers blood Honda of guy that trained with a blood home this year and he's tracking a lot of deer and he went through a very tough stretch. I think he checked eater nine without finding them and I cautioned him as a man with a young dog like that I'm not taking it on a marginal hits I'm not going to because if we don't find in an inexperienced dog can struggle and if you don't find it it becomes depressing I think to dogs I think they find out that they they feel lost they feel like they're not doing their job that shuts them down it's real hard for that so I take young dogs on deer that I see tip over or the hunter sees tip over I think you build this confidence early on I believe getting on as many as possible like that is really important and then you can start looking into as some of these little bit more difficult tracks that's my personal opinion but I've gotten also gotten some messages from people that are going what do I do with this hide do I put the blood trails sent on it right away so we do have a book that goes with it we have a video that kind of Mir's the book I wrote the book and it did the video talk more than I right so the video probably has a little bit more in depth information on it but here's your simple process that a lot of people surprised that you've had this question the real piece of hide the comes with the kit I call it because that's what it is it's fleshed in Tan Tan it's fleshed and dried and cured naturally no different than if you're putting up for and sending it off to be tanned or sold it's preserved by removing anything that will spoil so but the hair itself has assent in so there's there's particles in pieces there's dander there's skin cells there's all these things that ugh smell they smell and layers I think understanding the idea of how dogs process is real important part of understanding how to tracking dog I we is this piece of hide and what we'll do we'll add a sense that I make to it in the Senate I make us several several elements that are found commonly with a mortally wounded it's created into this liquid sent I add the sent to the height I don't even do it right away I start out personally started with liver I use a liver Edison liver you can use a beef liver if you don't have events in but I like to use liver drags there's they're they're sweet smelling the dogs they're strong they're confidence building there's there's simply teaching the dog that at the end is a reward in order to get to the end I gotta use manolas it taps into a very inherent trait to a dog you gotta remember tracking dogs or those that survived time in the best tracking dogs wolves coyotes that we were able to cut tracks mortally wounded animals track them down Burnley has calories than it took than they were able to intake so they when they found something killed or found dead they got more return out of that calorie-wise than took to get it and so that's how you stay alive in certain situations that are demanding on you physically and so good trackers evolved because the bad trackers died in the wild these dogs that we have have those traits they have them that in them and so as we when we get into the training part of it I literally just start out with getting the dog to understand that it's a puzzle it's a game it's fun at the end you put the pieces together you get the reward and dads Oh happy and so I use liver start out then I go to that real hide which comes in the kit we also sell it as a separate item because I wrapped my dummies with it I put I put it around a dummy and my dogs get to pick that up and retrieve it my dogs are driven by retrieve I use it as a tool because they are retrievers but when we use that highly soak it so this is that process and this is all in the book it's all in the video but you take the hide out put it in water you rehydrate it and all of a sudden it comes alive from serious standpoint and it starts to create senators natural I'll add sent to at that point when I'm done with it I don't dry it back out we did that for you already when we packaged we've guys fleshed dried these hides we process them we put them in the packaging so that they won't spoil new by Bass pro shops or shields or Cabela's or far Tyson's farms all these different all these different stores that sell our stuff or online you can get right from her website but you get it from us it's been prepared for you to be not spoiled and then what happens is put in the water now because you put it in the water it will pull the here will pull out of it and just like that's a sign of it going bad so what you need to do is you hydrated you use it you lay your trail and then you put it in block bag and then you put it in the freezer and so once it's in the freezer it's good and then you take it out you thought back out reuse it I can get a lot of is out of hide if it's prepared in taking care of that way if you leave it out and it doesn't dry quickly like you leave it out sun dried pretty quickly nice warm day windy day in the sun but if you leave it where it's damp or it's not going to dry quickly it's GonNa go bad on you you need to get a different one the hair pull you'll see that so that's the problem that's the way I handle those now I talked about a second hide and I do use a second hiding keep that on a dummy I use our standard size dummies you can put it onto a large as well but it's really built for standard sized dummy I hydrate it so I do get it wet flexible I wrap it around dummy and then I'll tape it I'll use electrical tape and then I put it in the sun and I let it dry quickly in it'll actually hold that sheep dummy and then it doesn't spoil and then I use that as a tool at the end of the trail I don't leave that sent the one that I laid the trail with I don't believe that at the end of the dog I pick it right up and I put it in Ziplock bag when I'm done with the laying the trail and I put it and I take it with me and what I do leave is that dummy that has hide wrapped around it and that's a reward for my dog got to be something there forum the got it and then the timing of the where the timing comes in so training this time of year preparing them I I again I'm going to say this and I think some guys are going to be offended by it I don't I don't say that for this reason I it because I just truly believe that as an individual who is a hunter.
"jim mallon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right so hospitality gaming and would love to talk about all of it and no one better to talk about it and really at the center of all that Jim Allen he's the chairman of hard rock international also the CEO of seminal gaming based out of fort Lauderdale Florida here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio today Jim great to have you with us thanks for having us all right well I want to start just before we even get into it asking you about New Orleans obviously that has been top of mind for a lot of people in your business certainly top of mind for you specifically what's the latest and and what happens next well you know first thing and most importantly our prayers go out to the families of the victims and those that were injured and also the supporting businesses around the the site itself so that is really where our focus is right now a major tragedy and we look forward to working with the mayor of the city officials to try to move forward right and will you ultimately rebuilt in New Orleans we certainly love New Orleans are cafes been there for over twenty years an amazing sight but certainly we have to work with the local partners in an obviously be respectful to the situation we're in now right exactly do you have you guys have gotten to the bottom of it in terms of what happened no you know the site is really still you know when it's in a search mode if you will show no one is really going down that particular path at this time and as respect to the victims all right so let's talk about the expansion that's happening heavily under way this is an iconic brand day in a lot of ways you and I were talking a little bit before we came on air I get the guitar hotel tell me about that well we are opening the world's for first guitar shaped hotel this Thursday October twenty fourth really excited about it is an iconic structure nothing else in the world ever been designed similar to it and we look forward to an amazing opening what's that about that and and tell us about kind of what kind of space you're hoping to create and who your truck hoping to attract it's a one point five billion dollar expansion and hard rock being one of the most globally recognized brands this really becomes the flagship when we look at what we do both in the restaurant business the retail surely the gaming business online gaming but this is truly an integrated resort and a true destination and that really takes us to a whole nother level all right so got to talk a little Vegas you know you and I were talking again before we came on air I mention that I'd stayed at that that property which is not your property and that's important because where at the hard rock hotel and and casino wants war that branding is coming off Richard Branson I believe is re branding that that would seem to provide an opening for you what your Vegas plans yeah well when we actually purchased hard rock back in two thousand seven Peter Morton still owned it Los Vegas so we look at this as a as a great opportunity for our brand we certainly recognize the amazing success that the brand is had off strip but if something comes up in the future we certainly would look forward to seeing what opportunities may be created in that particular environment and you would think on strip at this point is that where you'd be like I don't think we're looking at this point but I I would say that you know as we look at opportunities certainly on strip is is one of the possibilities for hearing planet Hollywood and Bally's may be a for sale any interest well Hollywood's very interesting and and obviously the Bally's corner is certainly one of the more legendary corners on the Las Vegas Strip but we would be premature for us to say that we want to do something at this time yes really down the road if the transaction with virgin is completed then and certainly that is one of the possibilities there's also the cosmopolitan I'm just gonna say whatever's been out there for quite some time but no we're not interested in purchasing the cosmopolitan we can go official in that one do they do you have more capacity to borrow after all the expansion you done so far you know one of the great things we've been able to do is focus on the balance sheet in the history of our industry were the only organization that is ever enjoyed an investment grade rating from moody's standard and poor and Fitch simultaneously there were lever to little around one point five coverages you know approaching twenty times so that is the strength of the organization so yes if the right opportunity comes along we're certainly very competitive in Japan right now so clearly you know that equity check will be substantial if we were selected but you know if the right opportunity comes along our balance sheet is obviously incredibly sure strong with the investment grade ratings all right so Jim as we look across the country it feels like we're having a moment when it is special and it comes to sports betting in a lot of enthusiasm around that just candidly a lot of enthusiasm around gambling in general where do you go next to their states I mean Illinois Indiana Maynard those places where you may be doing more well you know we've been selected both in Illinois in Rockford and in Indiana so they are two projects that we just recently announced that or casino projects you know with hospitality and other amenities certainly the online gaming business were ready and that obviously active in the Atlantic city market and the same with sports betting we definitely believe that both of those sectors on a going forward basis over the next three to five ten years are gonna be very important for the growth of the business on a long term basis can you talk about more about Atlantic city I was there was about a year year and a half are just before her rock opened and was doing one of our shows down there I mean Atlantic city it's not it's hard not to be impressed by the investment going back in but we've seen the cycles before and it just seems like a hard nut to crack well I would say two things we are incredibly excited about the success that we've had you know basically open a little over a year now for at least six months running strong number two in the market place right behind MGM's property dipper got a shorter route to literally surpassed Caesar's and Tropicana and Harris and all those other brands gold nugget that have been there for decades so we're very proud of those results I will tell you we are disappointed that some of the things that we were believe what happened from both the state of New Jersey and then the city of Atlantic city or moving a little slower than what we had hoped for so we continue to try to work with governor Murphy to stress the importance of you know of the size of this market it's still the second largest gaming market in the United States a two point six billion dollars and frankly group double digit last year but the infrastructure Lake City continues to need additional assistance all right Jim only got about thirty seconds left you've been in the hospitality business for a long time you seen cycles coming go where our weak when it comes to the consumer right now the health of the especially the tourists consumer I would say caution is probably something that would be advisable we've basically been on a nineteen year run in the hotel sector here you know with multiple sitting fourteen sixteen times you mentioned the Cosmo you're going for guidance of three billion dollars so I think caution is very prudent at this particular point we certainly think the industry obviously still has some tremendous upside down all right great to spend some time with you thank you so much for coming by Jim Mallon is chairman of hard rock international the CEO of seminal gaming as well based down in fort Lauderdale Florida a big hotel the guitar hotel tar chez toto.
"jim mallon" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Cheese burger and I have proof but first. I get a chance to catch up with Adam corolla he. was actually in my home state of Kentucky. doing a Bourbon trail to where it was really awesome and we got a chance to talk not only about that but also about cancel culture and the way media has changed over the last few years so I wanted to give you an option to list that conversation Adam how are you man it's good to talk to you I'm doing great thanks for hammock you know my first job in radio was actually baby sitting a computer when we ran love line with you and doctor drew and then of course after that coast to coast AM came on and I had to sit there and be afraid of the to put copper all night but it but it could you ever imagine how media has changed I mean you you were a radio guy and now you're you do eight and your show is is like listening to a live radio show but it's a podcast so I mean did you ever imagine that media would change the way that. you know I didn't. I didn't think about it good or for bad I just thought I always wanted to be in radio I was lucky enough to be in radio when the economy took a downturn and for Nancy Kerrigan limping and I found myself out of radio I just started podcasting this is more than ten years ago. this is a way to communicate with the audience like I I I wouldn't really looking. make a business out of it I'm sort of looking at. keeping in touch with the people I've been in touch with. fifteen years of broadcasting and you know my thought was pretty humble which is. most everyone who listens to me just kinda slough off but if there's a handful of people that wanna hear my voice and are used to it that all this to a daily podcast and there were there wasn't any way to monetize it or anything of that nature so I just kind of did it for free for the first year so that it kind of turned into a way to like tell people about doing live shows and sell theater tickets and stuff like that so then it became a way to advertise what I was doing but it's still there wasn't a way to make a living and now. Conan o'brien's get rich doing pagi I know all right. I know you don't you I guess I got a lot of emails to when I said you're coming on the show people said god telling my miss the man show do you think that show could even be done today. what will you not hi I'm I'm I'm guessing I mean I. it's weird AT twenty because I think a lot of people think of that show it's like kind of a we made fun at check you know if he's. and so the reason that show it's funny and and Jimmy and I always knew it is we knew we would have to be the **** of every child right so we would always be the loser and whatever it is we did right and that was kind of the joke if you think about it if the joke is we come out on top every time it's not really that funny. every sitcom that stars Jim Mallon he's the man of the house but who's the joke. smarter than him right I mean look at that same simple and look at every time that has that a male lead them that make I never end up being the smart one like yeah we got it but yeah we probably wouldn't be able to do half the crap yeah we did back then I you know in in this it's been a good you're you're obviously orderly well known comedian in addition to all the broadcasting that you've done in your life and you know what concerns me is and always say this before you came on I just I feel like comedians are the frontline of the first amendment and the cancel culture is is getting out of hand that I know you were outspoken it a shame Gillis working always like to get the SNL gegen he gets fired obviously he made some comments that people found offensive but it's not what comedians do is push the envelope to try to find where the boundaries are. yeah and I I don't even know where the. our why we even need that the founder a hard I mean they're comedian so what. work right now I I don't I didn't sign off on that flight words can be heard all work fifty her bowl a year. calcium she haven't checked with your neighbor word herbal like words like you're fired right and things like that can be bad or here's your speeding ticket but just in terms of jokes I don't know I mean and rude by the way what community are we talking about I also like heterosexual white male in the last five years it's been nonstop talk about basically the problem with our society are heterosexual white males right I don't give a crap if you were crafty right like they're talking about my community. okay right yeah I don't look at myself as a white male our heterosexual ones look at myself as Adam and I have my family and my friends and I'm gonna try to make as much Hey if I can while the sun is shining I don't feel like I'm in any community right yeah I think that's a great point because the what you're talking about and this goes to what you're saying with your broadcast you you're connecting with people and how people actually live their lives you know my producer I've talked about before when you get away from politics and you just get out you can go some place that you know might be the most left wing or the most right wing place and were you just get out and just talk to people away from politics we all kind of get along what kind of living in the same world and it's not it's not like we're putting labels on each other that's really being done by a small group. it's being done by a small group of kids who are really in danger of hurting people in this country by creating that. and its culture well if your email or your age in your black Hispanic you're gay or whatever yard there's a target on your back because it's it's damage rates is dumber systemic bias or systemic whatever you're really doing damage they're setting the whole movement back twenty five years and they have no idea what they're doing and they should be listed and the second they announce so when is it Larry and or this is shot you know what we're doing at the border the same as what we're doing and not to Germany or whether they should be immediately be dismissed and realize nothing that comes out of Malcolm's work was being right at all ever again yeah yeah I totally agree with yeah it's it's ridiculous but but fortune we've got guys and gals like yourself and others I mean yeah I just watched the Dave Chapelle special last night on that flick for the other night and I was like that was uncomfortably hilarious that's kind of what comedians do they make you uncomfortable and laugh and that's I think that's a that's a service to dialogue in our country your your first show was you being on the right and Dr drew being on the left and you guys are still friends. I well I I don't even know. what what I am going to wait. we were just all I'm a common sense right and when you tell me there's more than two genders I go that please stand and when you tell me we live in that systemically racist contrary got that and then they go to this country was founded on the bedrock of braces maintenance and everyone's DNA I go will be asked. it just happened to be the truth I don't know it turns into some sort of political statement it doesn't need to be a political statement I have a son and a daughter I boy girl twins there isn't a third there's the you could make up I keep my son could demand that I start calling him back I wouldn't do it it doesn't make sense they've been saying we love having you and we appreciate your key and it's good to talk to you. thanks for anime hi Adam corolla guy. lays it out. and again it's a comedian that pushes boundaries yeah I mean he's he says things that push boundaries and that's exactly what their job is yeah he's pretty straight up guy intercepts just like calling it like he sees it and I think what's interesting about a lot of what he said there is this is like. it's not eat when we see all these stories about college campuses shutting down free speech and these. protesters downtown set down these are this is not the majority of Americans. this is not the jet majority of America majority of Americans are not walking around wanting to victimize anybody they're not walking around holding a bunch of hate in their heart towards anything they just they're just living their lives. and we get these we get these out loud narcissistic as he called it speech police live police most of them did their their amplified by Hollywood. which brings me to this. if you watch the Emmys last night Ryan no nobody did. I actually got stock how okay I'm in a restaurant last night no and they were on the TV at the bar I was facing the bar. the audio is muted. okay. and I was like found myself captivated. with the most. how do I put this. the most. unimportant three hours of television for the entire year. and what was interesting about this was I told my wife we're at a restaurant I said I said honey I'm sorry I'm totally engrossed in this is like what the enemies without audio he's like why I said because it shows how stupid and narcissistic they are and and she goes what you mean I said well when you can't hear what they're saying you see their gesticulating chins you see there over acting at one point the camera caught a girl who was dressed to the nines in her dress she was there she was blown cold to sleep. Mike walked over in her chair with the camera Qatar and somebody poked her because the camera was on her as she woke up it does this ride she goes she's like totally out and if you. if anyone sees the edited the whole thing and then they come out they do their little song and dance variety stuff and the whole thing was just vapid there was nothing it was empty it was just. people who are full of themselves patting themselves on the back it was more apparent when you couldn't hear the audio then it was if you could when they fired Kevin Hart from doing the academy that's when yes that was it for me I'm not gonna watch or any of those shows and this ship pal does any mention that yup I mean he's like.
"jim mallon" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"T. M. J.. Jenny returns tomorrow John Mercure taking the day off you will be back Wednesday. same time same place yes bills that along with Melissa bark play today he is an anniversary day actually tomorrow I should say yeah I was a big anniversary that's right for a lot of people that went to UW Madison you will be reminiscing today as older students get ready to head back to college it was a prank that happened forty years ago tomorrow on the Madison campus it involved lots of flamingos I recently spoke with Wisconsin alumni association's top Pritchard about what led up to this epic prank yes it was a legendary epic prank so this was back in nineteen seventy nine and students were just coming back to campus and on September fourth they founded Baskin hill filled with pink plastic flamingos and missive nobody knew what to make of it and it was part of the epic prank of the pail and shovel party it the the were any student government organization that cat took over you W. student government began to put yourself back in that time we've come out of the Vietnam War and a you know a lot of of people and of course here in the university campus you know just a lot of social and rest because because of the war so by the time we got to nineteen thirty nine the simple to the like we need a little levity. things up a little light heartedness so it was two guys basically took over student governor government it was Leon barge on and Jim Mallon and so they created this pail and shovel party they took all the entire budget eighty thousand dollars that they had and did a series of pranks on on campus including the invasion of the of flamingos so what was was there any symbolism behind the pink flamingo or did they just pick that because it was silly. it was silly they were also trying to break a world record on the number of pink flamingos were you at one time. they managed to pull it off and yeah so it was just a series of of you know fun things the of course they're very famous for the the statue of liberty replica you know they said they were gonna bring the statue of liberty lake Mendota and and of course so they have this half submerged statue liberty that was made other chicken wire and play would that that stuck out of the ice there they use some of their money for that so he did all sorts of really just fun prank the all over the university and get people make it was it was just like yeah I'll what about the pink flamingo looks combined with the but now the flamingo tradition is sort of reviving each fall you do a fundraiser called Phil they kill tell me about that yes so for every donation we get during our fill the hill campaign we put a flamingo up Baskin hill that's our goal is to have that kind of that moment relived every year where the whole deal is filled with with pink flamingos and usually our biggest problem during that time period is students coming and like trying to steal the flamingos so we have a flamingo security unit on on stand by I use that kind of light heartedly no not really. you have yet to get ready but we have supported her to watch hill to all conforming those don't get stolen but we try to kind of go back and and relive that moment through a fundraiser which helps raise you know really needed funds for students scholarships and and other things on campus here and how many flamingos can you get on that hill or you can give it a couple of thousand if you need to yeah we've we've cram quite a few on there before and we have literally boxes and boxes of pink flamingos ready to go when we do that fund raiser it's a lot of fun and I was Wisconsin alumni association's top perch and by the way I don't know if you knew this in two thousand nine the city of Madison designated the lawn ornament pink flamingos as the city's official bird. yeah they have a flamingo security guys not much of a nuisance right yeah. Mingo security. now I want one for half a day knowing that there's a security person now I want to. thank you happy anniversary the flamingos tomorrow forty years ago how about that it is four fifty six Wisconsin's afternoon news a couple of things don't forget I'm Jeanne Miller years now officially off the clock for on a month in maybe even longer us the wax our boss was in his chair. this morning which is kind of funny here works of the year and and knowing that gene tomorrow we'll be under the knights of both will be replaced tomorrow thinking of Eugene yes I know he's excited about it just because you want to get it done but I I know there are a lot of nerves there to have some lately thinking about anybody tomorrow make sure you give gene a little big surgery surgery and then we're gonna have back on the of the next day. all right Sir he will be rocking. yeah yeah all right we're coming up on five o'clock before that the business.
"jim mallon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Pound seven hundred on AT and T. let's get right to it Hey Greg your first stop what do you got but I hello there you know what I was thinking about that today as a matter of fact and is always beside John John all of them in that yes I like movies like all my name vlog Martin airport dog on my own that's right I love it rapper no other one the more serious faith died I bought them at eight when you sat there right I think that all the time if one of my kids I'm always like it was talking about but you know it because I was thinking I was thinking about that too and thanks Greg I was thinking about the wrath of Khan because I am the first Star Trek movie I don't like at all but I thought rather comments but he was still it was rather come the second and third that was the second one because the only thing I remember out wrath of Khan is my dad and mom took me are they may I say they made me go them to to the theater to see a star worry about Star Trek triple feature now all three of them and we cannot permission then you go back for another you know mission as I only I'm like whatever HM I don't like so like the third one was the search for Spock one I believe so he knows enough on the planet where everything came member Mike or you know or may maybe was just to him and I we're a long damn time okay how about how about John John what do you got your favorite space movie of all time rock are you guys doing gold tool here nineteen fifty six forbidden planet that's a great one Leslie Nielsen yeah entrance is smoking hot yeah he got Rita and spaceships thing really great and date didn't have CG I backed into the I think of all Disney studios the this call animation really hot yeah that monster of the yeah end thanks buddy did you you never seen that one I was that's a good one you gotta you gotta check that out because the monster see read the spoiler here the monster is that all of the your some but I think the mad scientist it really is his you know his thoughts are coming to life and this monsters attacking a move they got a force field around awesome you gotta see I'm and that's why you probably see that robot Robby the robot the old yeah yeah the bubble on top of his head and yeah you know that's the that's the movie he first appeared in eight Chuck what's going on with you talking about your favorite space movie the Chuck sorry about that they are yet to amend the guy uses a course that Spaceballs I got a buddy who said that the powers more through his younger years in high school I think it was galaxy quest the other thirty making fun of Star Wars occurs of course it had Taylor and Jim Mallon and then but only solution the movie as the as the tech guys who really got it the wrong one to really feel like you have on the real show yeah there are signs that and that is one at seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. or talking to your favorite space movies of all time how bout you Chris my favorite movie nineteen sixty eight relief to follow along via face out of yeah it's pretty hard to defeat man thank you I could Kerr directed by Stanley Kubrick I got it yeah I think I could make it through the movie I try I try I I but I was like in high school but I I've watched it I I don't know if I've ever said on a watch the beginning to end but once the I've watched it all in pieces is that the one where the beginning is like the bone with the victim they the apes the chips yeah okay then there then they discovered the obelisk okay what was the point of the movies on okay I seeded I'd say on a day I understood it Hey Roger how about you space movies Robert McCombie problem of baseball yes everybody's baseball things one have you seen my if you seen that one has been a long time how about you Carl talking about your favorite space movie yeah I'm on I'm on board with two thousand and one as well that movie came out probably in like nineteen seventy it was still way ahead of its time I mean to work with the geniuses blend of visuals and the music the blue Danube scene in the in the beginning is just incredible what what did you live in what was it specifically that made an amazing space movie I think it's just rocky was really the first movie that that showed that what it could be like you know it looks like the one they were talking about earlier with Leslie Nielsen and it was a great movie but it was very campy you know it just didn't get a feel there was real a two thousand one it just you felt like it was real and ten years old when I saw it so I was like man this is just blew me away and I think the acropolis was supposed to be like the dawn of man that there was some type of other true that that the dawn of the men of the man with the monkeys and falling at the human so I think that was the idea that yeah I mean I know when it's on the new station I just did I I wish I'd given more shot I I just did me too young for the beginning of the movie is really cool and the whole thing on the space ship with hal the computer and Dave is great that's real cool but there towards the end it really starts to Lucia when he turns into a baby and all that stuff that's the I didn't make it that far you gotta you gotta watch it that far Hey Terrel what's going on with you your favorite space movie thank god okay takes place mostly on earth but at the end the main character goes and it's close encounters of the third kind yeah that's what I was going to say that the I'm amazed that's one of my favorite movies of all time share well you know it course you know prior to the GI and thanks for all practical they were planning they looked amazing just for the space ship from the you know the music with the thing on the devil's tower in Wyoming all my god yeah I saw that in a theater the first year when when it first came out when I was probably whatever I was twenty and die that thing and that was awesome this is based on using some great is mean visually they're always like wow read a good ones are right that movie a high did up that the movie was really it took as of that was next level man yeah as I said you know because Star Wars have been just a few years before that how about you Dave thanks for holding their their and love on what's going on you know what I just realized I'm going against the rules here they are aliens that came of state well you you go head so we we've already pointed out rocky's goes a predator reporter Lauren loves signs thank one of my favorites and then open the reason is is because it's probably will go on there's nothing there still were you think I'm I really have happened yeah if you walk in and the aliens look back on creepy so when the day when that when that the view that we look on the news I got in the movie were they the first get the picture of the alien walking by the window and like I was a kid Berkeley part we can act yeah I don't know that I've been thanks Dave I don't know that I've seen that their side now seems and directed it started and I think I've seen parts of it good flick and my current no era real gives an injury it's I I'm not sure I know he's in a yeah emotional how are you letting your favorite space movie or yeah Linda center she's the one that saves you got inducted in the middle of the there soon thank you for saying that Linda because my wife my wife we reset or L. as the aging is what you guys doing tomorrow and I said well we're gonna do this and we have that we're gonna talk about space movies for the movie topic and she was laughing it goes about Mars attacks as a joke and I go one you know what that's a good one there you go Jack Nicholson's on fire that movie is a great place like what the part is like these remarks thank you and thank the U. merry music every year so that's you know I got I got I got little of that maybe they did Sir it's a layer is your favorite space movies seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. we'll get to your calls next but now Jason what's going on with that traffic.
"jim mallon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Some sense of the dance range of them to the table tell me what you're made of this is for yeah I mean he's a loss or this hi here's more with the metal lands under Jeff corral so let me ask you this question now you have bay on what's happening down there we need to get a part I'm going to be on because for whatever reasons wrong with these features state wouldn't let us put betting windows slash S. is idiotic we're right over the bridge from Staten Island we we get all our lines but that's you know politicians they don't want us to be too successful I guess I don't know they don't want you to make that much you can come to Bayonne and bet on your phone and eat and watch watch all the games I mean where we have an advantage if we have if you're what if you're betting football on a Sunday you want to be where you can watch all the games you want to be home when you can watch one game where you go to the red zone and they're flipping all over it right you know it's it's more fun to be in a position where all the TV's are talent I tried to explain to him at dinner what the long bar was like with a hundred TV's going of college football on a Saturday from noon until one am morning what's ally it's absolute madness you just it's crazy all day long well out there Vegas time ten eight ten AM all the way through the rest of the day to one AM it just goes and goes and goes and then everyone's heard and they all spend all their money and gamble and literally and when they're not betting on the games they turn around and take three stab center playing craps ten steps there's slot machines I mean it is just a death trap and saw Marika it's fun to do is what we need to do is have huge parties in bay on for you I would help and I will get all of the football bettors to come down there and basically set up shop in your place and just live there for the weekend you know we we we're gonna do five hundred million the biggest the biggest sports book in Las Vegas the only those three hundred million yeah I don't care how busy they are with busier now maybe it's because our customers bit more I don't know because the new Yorkers and said I just think it's better so you have Las Vegas so you essentially is a million people have passed is it now I live there and so you're talking about New York and New Jersey or targets when I'm just talking at the place online they're going to be a two billion dollars as with with vandal on us that's a lot so that when you got into bed with them and now that you're running it in upstate and here that was very slick decision making on your bike I'm sure your I got one thing I got lucky I hired a consultant who was very greedy and he I live in New York and he maneuvered everybody into a position where everybody had a throw money at me to get me to give them because I told him I had New York and New Jersey so you could have been MGM or you could have been anybody you'd only controlled New Jersey only I controlled both I got real lucky better to be lucky it's better to have control actually out in la all the money I've lost on was racing I'm starting to get back how do you feel jet generalities legend runs a metal lance how do you feel about the horse business now that you have a solid side kick in the **** in the building like can you save harness racing how do we do that that's a good question what we've we were able to actually see horse racing is is is subsidized by an ever almost virtually every state that why does that because they've been no horse racing so I think most of the time when the governor wanted to raise revenue he don't want to raise taxes because that means he's going to lose in the next election so they came up with the bright idea why don't we just give the racetracks slot machines or casinos and they'll give ten percent of the profit to the rate that the horse industry keep them going this brilliant the public was in you didn't hear any opposition to converting a racetrack into a casino are racino crafted been gambling there for fifty years they have big parking lots the they will have access from the highways so it wasn't like putting a casino in the middle of Manhattan where I would say you can't do that it's a terrible locations going to so it was a brilliant strategy so unfortunately in New Jersey governor Chris the decided that he was buddy buddy with the AC crowd and he actually took the money we were getting as a as a subsidy from Atlantic city and give it back to let his any the reason essentially that we finally got sports betting I gotta give him credit for something or you're gonna give and no credit which is even better the guy who got sports betting is you know not many dentists strays and who ran mine with all right and and mine was was really but going on there and then this is the one who who god who got it and it was his idea he convinced Christie and the legislature to do it but if it wasn't for Dennis we wanted the house a relationship with the NFL in your in your land in other words the giants and jets are there and you're all occupying and that and and then this monstrosity of a thing over the other side of the parking lot that mall or whatever the hell it is and things may being billed for forty years I don't open in October right now but a lot of my friends at one of them as a restaurant going in there so we're just supposed to be amazing scored what is your relationship with all of these different people because I know how painful the NFL can be to do what you have to deal with them yeah but but I have a very good relationship with the jets and giants starting hours gentleman it's a a jet fan so there's no gentleman over there actually I'm just kidding the jets jets in progress I mean I was at the you know I think that was good I was it you know I was at the I guess the whatever the what was it called the when the jets won in nineteen sixty nine when they when I play a playoff game I would name as with name with and the the Superbowl Super Bowl I I watched on TV but I was there when they won the playoff game do you so do you have as good a relationship with the jab people as you do mera yeah I I mean you know John John John John is more conservative right then then I would say the jet yeah like that del back a mad mad got him he lost sleep over that kid never made and he's he was not going to play for the giants he wasn't there kinda now wasn't there kind of player and that I like guys to go to mass in the temple in or not is Alanis the action was too crazy for them is a distraction I guarantee you he'll be anthrax the word for it any of those guys or or war but still doing business with them do you have to do business with them because it's all in the metal it's by the movie where we have difficulty is with the NFL because the NFL is the only legal laugh that seems to be in denial review does forts betting is here but they're finally I think they're finally getting a clue they just don't like it because they've never admitted that one hundred percent of the reason they exist to sports betting the only reason they exist the sports band to make money they are they make more money than god twenty billion dollar business and all they care about is money and money that said they don't care about anything else Kassian super bowls playoff games aber die only care about making money well you know it's the it's the most select private club in the world is only thirty two members and that's not going to change anytime soon now but some of the owners I'm friendly with the owner of the dolphins and I'm I know you know they're they they look at it and say this is the greatest thing that ever happened to what do you think of their casinos down there like the sound and all the Miccosukee an official are set up in mine because I lived down there you probably have a bug or just partners with with hard rock at the metal right they invested their get back to open this unbelievable hotel AT shaped like a guitar and where is that in the you know with a with in Hollywood wherever there because it's unbelievable I I I met with Jim Mallon who runs it he showed me pictures it's unbelievable great partners if they have any city too yeah they're great brand great people make Jagger bats on the of course is it that I don't think so but we gotta get more rock stars I'm gonna get rock stars to the Meadowlands vandals words look I'm gonna get into the bay young we're now windows that's gonna and to the no one goes to bed very young then it's really on the the last thing I do that'll be good at anything Kay I'll give you the keys the replies though you're gonna need a key because I have so many parties are gonna wanna give cards or do I get free penny slots over there as well job where everyone respects everything we're talking about a strip club in the army I don't think that's the voice now that it was an idea that I had and you they would work but it's not it was not something that we would get with weeds out it well the regulators with the big we will also young life it and number of either John's a good guy and I was gonna get all dealt and bass sounds a good guy I mean I'll be rots in hell in Cleveland too by the way I wanted I'm a Steeler fan so why would I refer him no no reason to rough but I don't they don't allow sports betting in Ohio ever looks like it's gonna take a little longer than a loud and that's where they got it enhances the Pennsylvania just you know that but I will tell you that the other leagues or all over us to be partners the sponsor of the NBA NHL are all over the they would love us I'm in the NBA the Major League Baseball golf you name one line thank you and I'll race in the body and the harness racing your honor we have it but you never race may not what we did I just hear so next year we'll have to do with this if you feel Bayonne will give you the fastest horse for that raise with maybe I could make sure you win maybe I'll die on my right by the bay on winners glad there's a like a isn't a water right there I get doc my yada yada we need to get a yacht carver high we go pick one up the frown and shot we have party cruises out there about a party boat like they do in Florida if there's a bridge they must be waters out I would assume there's water there now listen are you excited about the crowd you're seeing over at the Meadowlands sports because.