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U.S. Has No Covid-19 Vaccine Reserve Despite Trump Administration’s Claims, Report Says
"Of Joe Biden's vaccine plan emerged today, and the Trump Administration efforts so far is getting mixed reviews, with people in many states reporting supplies running out CBS's Jim Priscilla. While Corona virus vaccines have been rolled out unevenly across the country, several states in the deep South have especially dismal inoculation rates. Data shows that less than 2% of the population in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina has received a first dose of covert 19 vaccine. Fireman
Stars return to inauguration, with J.Lo, Gaga set to perform
"Inauguration Day for future President Joe Biden and Camilla Harris. We know some of the performers that will be in a special that night will be including just Jim Blake, Demi Lovato jump on Jovi and more. You can add two more to the list of the actual inauguration. Lady Gaga who will be performing the national anthem and J. Lo who will be performing? We have no idea because neither did she At least not yet, but she has been asked to perform at the inauguration. We just don't know what she's gonna be doing yet, So it's gonna be performing a song of some country, Louise something patriotic so I think and redo the Super Bowl halftime shell because that was pretty amazing her into
Will Cancel Culture Come for Us All?
"You heard representative. Jim jordan of ohio. Say this week as the house debated whether to impeach the president many of these republicans are calling it cancel culture. This has been a controversial topic. But we're going to dive in quality assurance where we take a second look at a big tech story in the news. Last march futurist. Amy webb predicted that cancel culture and the backlash to it would become an even bigger deal in the year ahead said now that's proving true in more ways than she even expected in the aftermath of the attack on the capital. Eric trump Very publicly proclaimed that his family. You know we're being cancelled and it's interesting to see the push pull the tension between those seeking to cancel others. Those complaining that they themselves have been canceled. You know this is one of these situations where the technology enabling all of this is both megaphone and also the infrastructure and also the stop button so the question really is. Who's the ultimate arbiter. What are the rules. They're becoming less and less clear. How do we tease apart. The arguments about cancel culture that are kind of specious and the real behavior. That is behind it right. So here's the predicament. There's a sort of glomming on when you feel like you agree with somebody. The instruments of technology of made that really easy i mean. Let's think back a few months ago when everybody was posting a black square on their instagram accounts. Away of signaling. Their discontent corporations were doing that too. That has translated to real world. Cancellations i mean we have started to see corporate denials of service ranging from aws kicking parlor off to facebook and twitter and more recently youtube silencing. Donald trump's accounts and that for some has social consequences but for other that has real world business consequences. And we're in the situation where we are both inventing the rules and playing the game at the same time. is there confusion. Do you think because there are many people who say particularly. Let's say like on black twitter that there was never a mechanism to address problems. Before and that you know what came to be seen as cancel. Culture was really almost like collective bargaining happening on twitter. It was a whole bunch of people who could like you said express the same opinion and get a result when they never could have before well. The lifeblood of cancel culture is dopamine right. It's the hit that we get from. Feeling like we're a part of a movement and you can see that visualized in metrics. There are some easy fixes to this. We're not gonna fix our culture overnight. The actual problems that we are having we can totally address the mechanisms that are helping to fan the flames twitter could take away metrics so the general public no longer sees the number of times something has been re tweeted or liked maybe you as the original poster could see that but others cannot. That's one way to reduce that dopamine head to reduce the sensation that we are feeling the sense of urgency. 'cause urgency is also part of cancel culture and the same could happen on facebook. There are addressable problems here. you know. There's an argument to be made. That cancelling cancel culture gives rise to additional cancel culture right. it's it becomes as vicious cycle. I mean that's what we're seeing right now with eric trump and the remarks that he's making about cancel culture and and specifically with regard to his dad. You know. i think that's where some of the resentment comes in. I do think that around the time of the metoo movement what has come to be called cancel. Culture right was an exercise in power by people who traditionally have not had power and that that was part of the democratizing effective social media that a lot of people could say the same thing all at once about a misbehaving man or white supremacy and get a result. And that's the tricky. That's the tricky side of us right. Because arguably the net effect of that movement did real good in society and so cancelling the mechanisms that would have led to. That may not be the best for our longer terms but the flip side is that we wind up in the situation that we're in now and if you stop for a moment and think about the words. The semantics cancel culture is alliterative. It's easy to remember. It's an active verb and it itself is conceptually easy for people to understand whereas dachshund or something else may not be right. 'cause cancel culture was a more positive reframing in some ways of targeted harassment which i think we have to be honest about. That has been the mechanism of the far-right online. And you know it's like cancel. Culture was the leftist rebrand That's you know. I hadn't thought about that before but you're absolutely right and i think that that is some of the that is currently being made by those on the far right which is that they themselves now are being targeted and harassed and listen. I'm a target of some of that. Hate and as much as it pains me to say this. They do have a point. Cancel culture impacts them through targeted attacks the same way that they are targeting others. The solution to all of this would be for somebody to come out to the playground. Blow the whistle and tell us all to settle down. We're going to get detention by that. I mean leadership which we have had very little of over the past few years.
No. 1 Gonzaga beats Pepperdine 95-70, runs win streak to 17
"The number one ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs faced a first half challenge but assume control after the break the posting ninety five seventy one of the pepper dine ways Corey Kispert led all scorers with twenty three points as consecutive only four points at intermission we got the fast break going in the second half Tammy scored twenty points will do well a ID and Jaylen sucks at nineteen and eighteen points respectively as four Bulldogs scored in double figures the team shot sixty one percent from the field after the break the wind up guns I guess record of thirteen and on the season and a seventeen game win streak overall I'm Jim Bernard
Rare Mickey Mantle card sells for record-breaking $5.2 million
"York Yankees baseball card. It's just sold for a record price of CBS News is Jim Priscilla. It was quite a score for actor Rob Go, He has paid $5.2 million for 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same carted 2018 for just under $3 million. Now it's believed that there are only six of those 1952 Mickey Mantle cards still in existence. Meanwhile, a British
Rare Mickey Mantle card sells for record-breaking $5.2 million
"Mantle baseball card is sold for a record price, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Ula It was quite a score for actor Rob Go. He has paid $5.2 million for 1952 Mickey Metal baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same carded 2018 for just under $3 million. There are only six of the 1952 mantle cards still in existence
1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card sells for record $5.2 million
"You should hung onto those old baseball cards. Here's one This Mickey Mantle card. It was quite a score for actor Rob Go. He has paid $5.2 million for a 1952 Mickey Metal baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same carted 2018 for just under $3 million at CBS's Jim Chris Schuler. It is believed there are only six of those 1952 mantle cards still in existence for away we had the
Using LinkedIn to build your business and brand with Scott Aaron
"I'd love to do. We're going to deeper into linked jan and how you've been leveraging in using it because what we're saying to people is look leave untapped opportunity on link jin to really take the time now to build those connections because the seeds that you start to so now i going to come as you develop a nurture that just like farming going to seed and sprout and what you do now is going to impact many months down the track which is cost. Scott is what happened she you but before we move on sometimes we do need to plow that field a little bit talk about some of the ways that you overcame some of those obstacles new sites. Actually you'll superpower because sometimes when we are sitting in that situation off want now. Everything feels and seems hopeless. We're not able to take on any new learnings. That really could be the solution to moving forward because what happened to you. of course. it's taken that trajectory in a whole other area. Which now you'll specializing in. So what are a few words of advice some insights maybe around becoming obstacles that that becomes a superpower being resilient and that that can sort of late to successes and then i think jive deeper into to the link. Jim but what are some Insights you wanna share here. Well it actually. It all came about two different things so just four and a half years ago. I filed for personal bankruptcy. And i am i i. I don't believe you can go any lower. The net point now to preface. That i had a successful coaching practice. I had a successful online wellness practice but the gym was failing. It was losing about three thousand dollars a month. I was the personal guarantor of the lease and for business owners. That don't know what that means. When you're the personal guarantor of the lease your financially responsible for every dollar. It's owed on that least whether it succeeds or fails and that was about four hundred and fifty thousand dollars of liability debt. That was in my name. And i met with my business attorney and he said listen. You got two choices. You can continue having your two successful businesses fund. You're failing one or you can file for personal. Bankruptcy have cleaned sate slate and start your life now and when he painted that picture for me. There was no hesitation. A lot of people. That may be here that they're like all my guide. I might be faced with filing for bankruptcy. I didn't hear your life is going to be over. I heard your life is about to begin. Because this emory this was my opportunity over an eighteen year period that i was finally able to start doing things on my own my own way painting the picture that i wanted to paint carving the path that i wanted to carve people think that life is a straight line. Life is not a straight line there. Are you know again. We're in a very unprecedented time rate now in globally a lot of people have. There's been a lot loss. There's been lives lost. There's been Relationships lost there's been memories and precious time with loved ones that are lost but again we've all been through our own form of personal pandemics whether it's divorce whether it's bankruptcy whether it's cutting ties with family member whatever it is but the one thing that always kept me going was knowing that i couldn't control anything that has happened. Can't control it. It's early in the past. And i can't worry too much about the future because it hasn't happened yet and remember reading. A book called the power of now by eckhart totally and he talks about just and and this is m read. This is my the foundation. That i always come back to whenever there's a wall kicking moment whenever there's a hiccup with something that's going on. He says in this book. There's three types of people there's people that live in anxiety there's people that live in fear and there's people that live in peace. The people that live in anxiety are the ones that are constantly replaying the tapes of their past that are keeping them where they don't want to be the people that in fear are the ones that are so fearful of. What has it happened yet. They are paralyzed with what's going on right now. And then there's the people that live in peace and the people that live in peace are the ones that are living in the time period. That is the only time in our life that we can actually control which is the now the present moment which we are in rate at this time so when i started to think about that i knew no matter what was going to be thrown at me. There is a solution for every problem. And you hear it. All the time live in the solution. Don't live in the problem if it's already happened. Okay i'm going to work through this. There's a there's a way to figure this whole thing out and i had to remain grounded. And that is what's really enabled me to continue to thrive whether there's a pandemic or not it's allowed me to overcome those obstacles. I'm not saying that there is no emotional scars. We all have. We always carry around emotional scars. But it's how we process and handle them and grow from them and it's also allowed me to become resilient it's allowed me to understand and take conceptually know that no matter what the universe is throwing at me it's going to propel me to something greater and i look forward to those challenges because we are challenged when something is thrown our way and we are growing. We become better definitely and you being in the background. The jim knight building muscle. When you're lifting you tearing muscle a posh to make wine. You'll crushing those grades. And so to build resilience. You have resilience muscle. Guess what in asia guy challenges and obstacles to be able to learn and grow and because of that you'll now able to share how you you'll leveraging linking because that was something that the kind of apparent to you. Hey i can connect with all of these people. So what i've got. I've got gone in john beforehand. Is i have actually let me. Just see if i can bring this on. Looked you up on lincoln and they guy we've got. Your leak did profile so i'll go. That might be nice to have been. But you know you talk about the best use of linked into build your business and brand. What would you say have been some of the key insights. You've learned through leveraging region. Some of the how. To's that really have made a significant difference in how you have leverage in the outcomes that you and your clients are now getting through using this platform. So i called the layer cake of lincoln and the four best practices or best things that you can understand the way that i call it. A layer cake is because there's a big layer medium layer small layer and then a tiny layer and the big layer is your profile. This is this is where people get to know who you are and what you do and actually if you scroll down a little bit and maria on my profile you'll see under the highlighted the featured information rate. They're on the right hand side. There's an optimize linked in. It's it's a free download That i have where it helps. People start to optimize a pdf. That goes over the specific sections. And i always talk about making sure that you have a clear and present headshot you have a background photo that is branded to you. the about me section which is very very important and the two best tips that i can give you for the about me. Section number one Actually three making sure. It's in first person you don't want it in third person. Make sure it's in first person number to make sure it's two to three hundred words in length that is leading the reader of your profile. No here's what i do. Here's how i do it. And here's what i do for clients and finally a call to action. So is there a website you can direct them to. Is there an email. They can contact you out so if you go to the bottom of that you will see that. I put a call to action. Connect with me here. Reach out to me here. Give people somewhere to go. The experience action is also very important because the experience section. It really allows you to pudding key words and what people don't understand is there's something called seo embedded all over our profile which means search engine optimization so are linked in profile so emory if you open up another window and you just go on google and i i always do this with people and you open up another window and you just type in my name and you type in scott aaron One of the first things. That's going to come up with a google result on the first page is my latent profile. And are you talking. Yes and why. That's so powerful. So that means that you're profiles because microsoft obviously works in conjunction with yahoo with being with google so now when people are searching on google the redirected back to your page. So you can see rate there. My linked in profile is the third result on there.
Retired Philadelphia Firefighter Arrested For Allegedly Throwing Fire Extinguisher At Police During Capitol Riot
"Firefighter in Delaware County, facing federal charges he's accused of throwing a fire extinguisher and police outside the capital last week. Ow! Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward reports. Robert Sanford, a retired Chester firefighter, was arrested this morning in his home in Delaware County. Federal officials say they believe Sanford is the man seen in the video wearing a C F D hat, throwing a fire extinguisher Capitol police officers in Washington D. C during a pro trump violence last Wednesday. Chester mayor thirties, Kirkland says. While Sanford was wearing a hat with the Chester Fire Department logo. He's no longer with the department, Kirkland says. Sanford started with the city's fire department in 1994 and retired last February. Sanford's initial appearances scheduled this afternoon. Federal charges are expected to include felony assault of a police officer. Officials say they do not believe this is connected to Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, who officials have said died from his injuries. Sustained when he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher at the suburban bureau. Jim Millward K y w News radio a a
1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card sells for record $5.2 million
"Mickey Mantle baseball card has sold for a record price, CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula, It was quite a score for actor Rob Go. He has paid $5.2 million for 1952 Mickey Metal Baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same car did 2018 for just under $3 million. It's believe there are only six of the 1952 mantle cards that are still in existence,
Biden unveiling coronavirus economic plan
"Will unveil is Coronavirus Action Plan Later today it centers on a mass vaccination campaign. New York Times Economic reporter Jim Tankersley on the planet. We know that it Z really aggressive, something that his aides and that Democrats on Capitol Hill who have been briefed on the plans, keeps saying is that Biden team Having watched this vaccine roll out across the country go not as well as you know, we had all hoped eyes really decided to double down on it to spend propose spending a lot of money to be able to really accelerate, deployment the vaccine truly nationwide and get the country faster to that, you know, resting spot of her herd immunity where the virus is much less of a threat to the nation into the economy. About one
Car-Safety Regulators Urge Tesla to Recall Around 158,000 Vehicles
"That will safety regulators pressing Tesla to voluntarily recall about 158,000 vehicles because their touch screens could fail, leaving the driver without certain controls. If Tesler declines, the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration could order a recall. And there are concerns about electric vehicles and potential threats to first responders. There's a gap in safety guidelines dealing with high voltage lithium ion batteries used in electric cars. That's the warning from the National Transportation Safety Board is more automakers move away from traditional combustion engines. The agency is specifically concerned about first responders who could roll up on an accident involving an electric car. The NTSB wants manufacturers to write up vehicle specific manuals for extinguishing battery
Trump impeached after Capitol riot in historic second charge
"Nearly a week to the minute after scrambling to hide from trump supporters in the capital house lawmakers impeach the president blaming him for inciting the riot it was in the same chamber were security guards drew weapons to keep riders out we are debating this historic measure that an actual crime scene Democrat Jim McGovern hours before the most bipartisan presidential impeachment in modern times ten Republicans voted with Democrats to hold the president accountable just a week before he leaves office arguing he could not be trusted to govern a minute longer but other GOP members like Tom McClintock said it was pointless I cannot think of a more petty vindictive and gratuitous act in a video released after the vote the president for the first time condemned the violence mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for he made no reference to being impeached Sager mag ani Washington
Matt's New Garage Plus GM Logo Change
"Do you would you. I know you get the short timeframe. And and i know you push yourself hard. Do do you set certain expectations. Like what you need to do in in three weeks or four weeks like just i don't know physically or something except the number one. Don't get hurt between now. And then it right marty hurt you. Can't i had this conversation with somebody yesterday. And you know all joking aside once you look at it. It's like it here throw auto analogy. It's like get the car ready for seema and ten days I it's like getting a car. A bill ready for you. Know the reveal shot on a reality show but in this world. I had the conundrum that i have. Is you have unlimited time right so you what. How much do you portion out for. Strength for stretching for you know. It's it's a conundrum because there's so much to do in such a short period of time and then if you overload in one area you're you're your negatively compensating were in the other areas like if i trained too much then i'm going to hurt myself right but if i don't train enough then i'm not ready so you know i mean this is how is your how is your. Here's things like. Everybody wants to look good when they get into the ring as you get older suitable you know. I can't within four weeks. It's not possible so you just try to figure out how you can say face with either yourself or the i mean it's just it's a weird and we've we've talked about this before when you're doing it's like obviously you're when you're in there you wanna put on the best show possible not. It doesn't always go that way. It's still very taxing physically mentally but you wanna put on the best show for the fans possible that are watching but the training regimen has to be much different. I would imagine. Yeah you gotta look good. You wanna get big. You wanna get you wanna get cut. But i really like. How about flexibility bad. I just feel like just like all. My son is lifting morley team. Yeah so yeah. I spend most of my time in the gym in the gym at d. one fitness with him training everyday. Just stretch it man. He's i mean. I'm just trying to be pliable. Yeah so i miss. Don't want to snap in the ring. I'm not talking about my head. I'm talking about every ended. You know no. Let's move on okay. But that's important. Because is that's how you're gonna that's how you're going to be able to survive to put on a good show is going to be can you. Can you move around and not get injured in the however many minutes you need to be in the ring or you know what i'm saying because it ends very quickly and very quickly if something pulls her tears or injured or whatever in the first thirty seconds it changes the whole match sixteen when i went back and then russell rocket wrestlemainia my growing within the first ten seconds. The bill well. I don't know how you did that. We don't need to get into how so i mean. Yeah hey you know. I'm not gonna sit here. I do this every week. You know it sounds. I'm crying but yeah there's a lot. There's a lot to lot to happen in a very short period of time. And you try to prioritize stuff and you know is more important to be of as a more important to be big. What you realistically do in three weeks. Attaining that goal am i going to hurt myself a day yesterday in squatting i get it but i. I'm their interest driving my trx. We're just interested in it because it's part of the job right and it's just a big part of of your career for so many years and what you're doing what you're doing now and honestly the bill the car for sema or even the reality show. -nology is the biggest difference is is we can fake it at the last minute and you don't you don't really get to do that. I don't have that luxury get to do that. Well all right well at least so far so good. You're getting into it. I i see you got listen. I i know you've also got the big garage going on and the gym's going to be amazing up there as well. I hope. I hope you don't look at a guy. I don't wanna use net. Jim gauge will use it. That's for sure but Just for myself. But now since i can't all your hey listen. There's there's nothing better than to be able to go in to the gym with gaijin kind of act as coach instead of partner and that be perfectly listened to me. Well he's fourteen is listening. Your truck looks great. You know we'll segue to it as i spill my coffee overplays but the truck looks
Houston officer stormed Capitol during riot, authorities say
"Has been placed on administrative leave after it was determined that he penetrated the capital on January. 6. This is police chief Art Acevedo. I can't tell you the anger. I feel The thought of a police officer and other police officers thinking they get they go Storm the Capitol. We're members of the military are members of the Secret Service. Acevedo says The commitment of the Houston Police Department is always for the rule of law. Jim Brewster was sworn in
How to Save Your Marriage
"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate
Episode 51: When Did You Think You Were Right Only To Find Out You Were Wrong? - burst 05
"Mine is in no way exciting but it needs to be said nonetheless might biggest thing that i thought was a really good idea and thought that i was really right about turns out. It was completely wrong college. I never gone. I feel like i would not be in debt that i'm in even to this day and i feel like i would have felt feeder anyway. Which is what. I found in college. And i feel like real big echina- steak and i feel like no kids go to college I feel i feel it's fucking bullshit. And what a waste of time. Money cool
Episode 51: When Did You Think You Were Right Only To Find Out You Were Wrong? - Steve Leads Off
"Yeah this is easiest this easiest one for me. Man go ahead numb my first marriage. That is without a doubt. That's i was thousand percent on that and fuck is wrong and now that was proven wrong. Really fast yeah also was that he was young off. The wedding was the reception. Was great vinny on jamie running around the dance floor with the video camera in people's faces fucking jet dot. Edu ever getting mad at me though you get mad at me that night. Ask because probably told me matter. Well
"jim you" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"And I think I think this is it wasn't that long ago he threw it was back to back almost 200 innings, so he's capable of doing that as well. I believe so. I really liked that aspect of it. Um, you know, to kind of add to their rotation and it saves them. You know, they don't have to go out and spend a lot of Jake Jake Odorizzi or, you know, I know people were set on Bauer. I think he has his own issues coming to New York that would be problematic for May. MLB analyst Jim You Cat, our guest here with us on CBS Sports Radio. I don't four young players to met, gave up, one of which Rosario's got a couple of years in the big under his belt him and as made his debut last year. The other two guys are just drafted and still progressing through the minor leagues. Which one is the one that you think? The Mets 10 years from now might be saying Damn. Maybe we shouldn't have put him in the deal. Well, yeah, I think I think the one that probably is The second best guy in the deal for me is the kid Josh Wolf. You know, he's second rounder, high school kid out of Houston. And he could get big, tall kids 64 I like kids make of I met him on behalf of stayed in contact with him over the last year and a half or so. Stop is legitimate. You know, And I think it's just a matter of him getting stronger and developing Eve a couple years, probably three years away from helping the major league team with Cleveland. Maybe maybe 2 2.5 you know in that range I think that's the guy to keep an eye on in his development. He can stay healthy, I think, yes, chance to be, you know, mid rotation or better starter. So, um, That's the guy that I'm really kind of carefully keeping. And I am. But having a set up all that You know any time these type of deals come up, if you know you have a guy that may be a number three starter three years, four years now, Um you don't hesitate to include a guy like that in a deal. I I thought it was even better with the Mets. They didn't give up. No, I didn't give up. Eat Crow Armstrong, their top center fielder, Matt Allen, or top right handed starter in the minor leagues like their top three or four. Mauricio, they have a catcher Alvarez. Those are their top 45 prospects. They don't have to go of any of those, so I thought it was a win on that side of it. They're not fight one last match question, and I do want to move on. If Linda or gets what he's assumed to get as far as salary arbitration if they have to go there before they get a contract done, And you know what Carrasco's money is adding to the salary right now, the Mets is still below the luxury tax. But if they were to add one more big player like, say, George Springer would have been tied to at least in conversations. It would bump right up against it. Do you think that the new owner is going to try and stay under the luxury tax over here is gonna be damn the torpedoes. If we trade for Lynn Door, let's go for the whole thing this year. Don't worry about a luxury tax. Where do you think the Mets it salary wise as an organization? Well, I will say this. I would be surprised if they if they went over the luxury tax special this year. That 210 million They have about. I think 30 million under think that idea, though it eventually That's not going to be a factor. I don't you know, they're not gonna hesitate to go over when necessary. I just think you know this is one of those years where you can Had a couple of their pieces and still stay below it. Give yourself flexibility around the trade deadline to tackle over. I think there's a lot of or you know where the owner may just say no one. Like you said. Go ahead and you know, I give you permission to do it. I think it's a get some more of a a goal. I'm not a mandate to stay below it, and I think they could do it and have a really good team. Listen, I think it's a really good team now. So, um, you know, I think they stack up with the Braves really well right now in the division, and if you can stack up with the Braves, you can stack up with the 22 teams out on the West. This is the N L. East. It's gonna be extremely competitive competitive. The nationals are better. Chilly there. We know the killer's gonna do something, and the Marlins air improved, so I think it's going to be probably a toothy end may be the most competitive division this year. It's got a chance to be cup You mentioned the next. They did sign for me the other day they had already created for Josh Bell. So they had it significant power down there in Washington. The question I have is Schwarber going to play the outfield every single day, Soto potentially moving to right field that doesn't deviate. Then you're in good stead. But if there's not Washington is going to have some defense of questions in the outfield will leave big power back to be a bolo out hit any defensive issues they have. Well, that's a big question. I think for me, you know, Schwarber's a guy that you catches me yet do. They can't cover a lot of ground. Um, so you know, I think he's a late inning replacement. I'm real curious because we had dated Dave Martinez on my show today. And he talked about Soto wanting to play right field but also playing at the end of the year. I did not see him play the right in right field at the end of the year, played like 67 games with enemies got hurt. And and he played a lot and played a lot of right field in the minor leagues, so it's a natural position for him. He's comfortable there. You know, it's hasn't been perfect, perfect, but I've been impressed with him and how much he's worked at his defense and left so Robot is gonna have to cover a lot of ground and center. Um, but I do think that you know those little deal with the ramifications Defensively, I think I mean, listen, I think it's some point they'll have toe address it. In the early going. The offense will certainly far outweigh you know the liabilities on the defensive side Cat here with a son, CBS portrayed ego talking all things and I'll be all right. I don't know if you have any answer to this. But if you didn't give us some good speculation, if you don't know I would appreciate that. That statement came out this week between both the Players Association and the owners. MLB the commissioner, Whether you want to entail that they're moving ahead that the schedule is going to be, as it has been laid out there planning on opening camps on the days in February that they had put in place. That they're hoping to start this schedule Day one and get in the full 1 62 and that they've agreed to all the protocols Dad in place for the coronavirus last year. But they still have some things that they haven't decided on whether there's gonna be a d ate in the National League or not, whether it's gonna be expanded playoffs or not. I know we've still got a couple of weeks, months and change before they actually have to start reporting to Florida and Arizona when it ain't going to get this part of the agreement done, so we know what kind of rules they're gonna be playing under the here It really is head scratching a lot of us like this, You know, they don't whatever reason they haven't put up Yeah, they're trying to negotiate it. But it doesn't. None of these things get yet satisfied. Must have a deadline to it, and they don't. They don't seem to have a serious deadline. I'm making the answer on it. I think is the longer it sits out there and you don't make the decision. I think it the more it suppresses some of the bats on the marketplace, right? Nelson Cruz, Marcel Ozuna, those air two of the top, you know, guys that would benefit by the D H. Of course, we know the Mets would benefit Greatly by it, too. That could put that Smith that first and D H. Alonzo..
"jim you" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Know about that you devil. I saw it in your. I knew you had something great. You are a treasure. I would i. I wouldn't change a single thing. I think everything you said is is just right on an important part in having a thoughtful human experience so i think it's very valuable and wonderful. Thanks for that is. Is that wrapping up. I gotta get back onto the died. Yeah i believe so. I have one final question just because we do talk about the meaning of life and it gets too heavy so we always close with this question. If it's okay all right. I'm ready give during is time in your life. You laughed the hardest. Our My pain in my pain only a few weeks ago and it was on mushrooms mushrooms. Really mike you laugh and it was and it was me and my friends sitting around eight. Like gumy's like the little tiny Dots those ones. You get cinema and trying to prove that we could all know what flavor was which we are on a map of matinee musher and the mushrooms doing all the heavy lifting. I love that. I played that game with skittles where you're once. Once we ran out of dots we kept on chasing those laughs and then we author at a beggar. Nibs bruce too. Yeah that's so fun. I'm so glad that you've had that experience. I haven't done mushrooms in a long time. That makes me jealous. Whenever you want man we'll think how would be great. I would love that and in the middle. I'll be like it's just a metaphor jim. Okay thank you so much. The podcast is called. I don't know about that. Well i don't know about that. And the new show is going to be called jeffries on. Nbc people especially golden tolerant. And that's all down on. It was a pleasure talking to you. You say the catchphrase. The guesses the catchphrase. That's how we end the catchphrases keep it crispy and that'll be a gabe crispy. That'll be it. Thank you so much. Jim be well loved to you and your family love. You might say. Safety stated chris crispy..
"jim you" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"But anyway in the same room with us and then Doctor kevorkian would leave. Had getting his fan and it goes take people to the other side and then We'd move on. And then we do the ads and that would be the show but now because of quarantine and zoom and everybody being in different locations. It's gotten very complicated. has it not sonal. It has like right now. We're at largo. Which is where you shoot your show right largo theater in west hollywood right and it's not the ideal setting because it's the opposite of soundproof. It is a building with paper thin walls on the boulevard. I swear to god you hear everything you hear everything. We have to keep waiting while if a butterfly passes outside the studio we have story. We have to stop and then go again. 'cause the butterflies always crashing into trash cans in the alley and knocking them over. It's just a very loud and and you know jim. Parsons is coming to us from. I don't even know where he's coming to us from new york. Yeah in new so jim. Parsons is in new york. We're in an abandoned theater on lafayette boulevard with paper. Thin walls just massive holes in the walls. People leaning in bystanders construction project people can just lean in and look at what the crane is doing. And you're in a separate room right sonal. See you're on stage right now right now. I am in one of the dressing rooms. And i think i'm being quieter than usual because i'm worried. If i speak loudly you will hear me from the dressing room. That would be a problem for the engineers and matt gory. Of course you are at home right. Yeah yes in pasadena. So you're comfortable anyway. You didn't have to move. He's comfortable that's true. Yeah trust me. It's always clear who puts this thing together. Matt says well. I think i'll be at home and then conan. Why don't you go to the fire trap on las vegas. I'm no dummy and now you're not you're not at all no one ever said you were a dummy but it's been very. It's very complicated. I'm not complaining. We have to like no wait a minute. You are planning planning your plan complaining especially. I shouldn't be complaining because we're lucky. We're lucky everybody's doing a good job making this thing work. And it's been difficult because there's a pandemic and everybody's using the internet everybody's zooming everybody right. Now so the traffic's heavy those other teams i think ours zooms should take precedence over other. I wish there was a way that zoom could tell like Okay these people are having a meeting to decide what the new font on their brochures should be way. I we send said. Conan o'brien needs a friend is using this line. Let's shut everything else down. You're talking about like a one percenter zoom or like four seasons. Yes i wanna. I wanna exactly. I want the exact. This is the worst time to introduce this idea one. Yes it's called the elitist zoom. I wanna be in a special elitist zoom where even if medical professionals are trying to have a contest on how to say see. I'm doing a podcast. They all get the cdc's like we may have a cure. Really what is it. Well if you take and all the sudden everything gets scrambled. I'm talking to another armenian hero. Car dashiell come on those are the armenian heroes. The kardashians share and doctor kevorkian k. I can't even argue with you because yogurt and now i'm obsessed you. Hey that's nice. Yeah working of comedy okay. No but anyway. I am not complaining and i. I'm kidding of course when i say that we should have special preferential treatment on our zooms and On our broad then now he's not now these moments of perspective last for about thirty seconds. You can tell. I don't really feel them when i know but but really we're like everyone else and humbly submit no. That's i think this podcast is saving lives. Oh what just heard. I probably didn't bleed over. But i just heard a It sounded like a a motorcycle. Yeah i heard that too made of garbage can lead sir. Go by outside on the street and i got distracted. That's where we're doing the show. We will get back to normal times. I know we will. My prediction is the election will happen tomorrow and america will instantly return to normal. Jeez hi i'm an idiot. Welcome to conan. O'brien says things that are not true. Okay well we need to get to it today. We have a terrific guest. He is of course. Say four time emmy award winning actor. And i'd say of course because i look at this man and i think i bet you he's got four emmy awards and guess what i'm always right. He's he played Sheldon cooper on the hit. Cbs series the big bang theory. Now you can see him in the net flicks movie the boys in the band and very excited to talk to him today. He's a scholar and a gentleman. Jim parsons welcome jim. Sometimes i get to talk to a guest for.
"jim you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Twenty minutes of talk time and so that was my job to sell them and I sold Saab Bofors and Stereo is that industry doesn't exist anymore pull sockes was a Greek Italian Fella coal. If you're listening I'd love to have a be with your next strike thought you're a good guy there was nothing wrong are used to drive this And Mental Hey. He liked me as a person on a level, but at work I drive that by fucking crazy and one time in front of all the other staff he strangled me. Tell you this story. What happened was we finished work and we're all we're all standing around I'm behind the counter. He's giving us all of these grievances for the day he's going and you're not selling enough of these fines and you're not selling enough this and you and your t Lazio taking too long lunch break and. You guys and I'm getting my messages because we were selling my bow finds but none of us had a mobile find because I too expensive. So he was selling a product that we couldn't even afford ourselves. Site you guys I family members them on instead of being ringing in. Go home and they say I tried to ring work but I never got the message has anyone running for today as I had paid and I it there's been a few messages I'm sorry I didn't posses on nine aim. Cold, call me back. It's important. nine ten she called a gain your father's very ill. We need you back home right now should have passed that one on and then nine, forty, five dining even Bala it's Ivan. Oh, and he leapt over the Cata and started choking with. and. And he had to be dragged off now this is the difference between our generation and those millennials and all that stuff. I. Knew that I said the wrong thing and I didn't complain and I apologize came back to work the next day and was very humble even though he did check me I worked for the guy for another year. Oh God. Oh. I Schumi still is doing something with my boss fines or something like that. He was pretty clever fellow. He's probably my millions boy now he was that top of obliged ambitious. Jim You got married last month. I did how was that?.
"jim you" Discussed on Your Retirement Solution Podcast
"What's happening with them. But there is no question that as you get older your capacity, your desire, your willingness, your ability to deal with a lot of the small sometimes ticky tacky things I'm even paying bills can be on can be beyond what people want to deal with, and so those are all services that somebody needs you about. We'll take care of that. If you don't need, don't pay us to do it. When all is said and done, and you have done all of the work that that you needed to do in client is getting close to their end right which is that's just the reality of the situation what happens to those clients Jim I mean what what happens to the relationship that you have with with the the air's their family what is generally the experience that you have had since you've helped two thousand people retire. What, what happens when your existing client? Leaves the earth. Good. Point. Good question. Interesting there is, as I said, as you get older as an individual on the kids start started, become more and more involved than. So we get to know the kids on a on a pretty well. We give up pretty well and gotta get to see what their situation is how they're handling things what they WANNA do. It's actually very there's two two issues I would say on this number one let's talk about survivorship, and that is when one spouse dies whether it's ninety years old or at fifty six, we descend somebody died fifty six the surviving spouse has a whole new set of things that they got to deal with. The likelihood is when one spouse dies well, certainly one social security disappeared surviving spouse does get to take over whoever had the biggest number but now they're paying higher taxes because instead of being a joint. individual tax return there now a single. So there's a whole bunch of we have a whole section of our planning process. It's just what we called survivor assistance. It's really helping that survivor get everything taken care of 'cause there's a ton of it whether it's you know even getting something simple like death certificates to change account names to distributing and changing beneficiaries in Iras. Again, there's a million other little things we take care of all of that for our clients, which makes it so that they can focus on what they really need to focus on, which is that time to be with the family time to to mourn the time to really. Celebrate. That life and really spend time. Doing what they need to WanNa do as a family. So that becomes. The financial side is just not that important actually we. I think shared this story before, but it always cracks me up. We had a client who came in with her husband. She had no interest in the planning whatsoever. And so she would come in and she would knit and crochet during all of our meetings and he did pass away and at that point she had never written a check in her life. and. So we had some educational things that we work with, but she came and sat down with us. We were looking at the assets and we're starting to go through the assets and she said listen Jim stop she said. The only thing I need to know is, can I spend ten thousand dollars a month? That's all I need I in ten thousand that I can maintain my lifestyle and I said, yeah, no problem. We'll take care of that and she said Okay I'll see you later seculow Boho. There's more to it than that but that's all she cared about she just wanted to know that she was going to have those assets that she was going to be okay and so the other side of that is as the kids start. To be more and more involved in this, it's actually very typical that especially when kids are inheriting things that we just simply bring the kids in and and follow on on the plan that mom and dad hat here's the inheritance. How's IT GONNA work in your life? What are you doing for some of these things because what's interesting is about the time these plans for the most part are are passing away in their eighties and Nineties, the kids are actually just coming into retirement so it becomes very seamless for them go. Hey, you don't you work with mom for ten or fifteen or twenty years I've seen you around been here. Now we have some of those same knees mom and Dad had twenty years ago. When what we need to do to make it happen? You know I'm really glad that we had a chance to dive into some of these questions more deeply because. I know it doesn't surprise you. But there are a lot of advisors who don't answer those questions as confidently as you do Why do you think that you have such a level of transparency and confidence in your process compared to other people who kind of skirt some of those issues? Okay. Fair question. So I would say it's because of the way. I. Came through the industry I started out as a stockbroker I went to broker school. I had all of those things and I had a a what I would call a crisis of integrity as a broker I had a situation come up where I declined come in fact it's funny he sat down and he said Judy told me I should do whatever you say. I went what who studio we got. I realized Judy was his daughter she was a client of mine. and talking to him eighty five years old this is all the money he has in the world slides all step over says, take care that for. As so I actually had left him sitting in the conference room and I went to my manager's office I said Pete what do I do here said I'm not sure how to allocate funds for an eighty five year old man and he said. Jim You, pollock eight it. The same way you do for anybody else you put summit high risk and some medium risk and low risk. I said, well, what if he doesn't need risk and he said Jim if he didn't need risk than he shouldn't by money to you because you only get paid on money that's at risk. And so that was one of those clairvoyant moments where I went I'm in the wrong industry. This is not where I want to be. So I switched to a bank and had an opportunity at the bank to deal with some early planning some issues when banks were first starting to do offer. Services back in the early nineties as far as. Midnight far as you know, some of the things other than regular season. Thanks I was with the bank and then I had an opportunity the bank to start a trust company and when I started the company the bank, it opened my eyes to realize that there was this whole other world inside of the financial world where people actually were valley required. But wanted to do what was in the client's best interest and that that process is as you were doing what was. In the client's best interest, there's no reason to hide what you're doing. There's no reason to make it complicated the financial world is not as complicated as a lot of brokers would make you think because was the idea is if you make complicated nothing, you just have to rely on that advice and I'm sure there's probably some good guys out there but I didn't I didn't I didn't see him and so try opening that trust farmer was awesome and then of course. The bank, I was working for got bought by another bank and I got to work for a private trust company for a few years and realized that there was a difference between private Trescott Cup. But none of them were really doing everything that I thought should be done or could be done for clients. They all had their niche and they were all super important by that's why I started. This company is so that I could actually do everything that I thought a client needed with what I believe was in their best interest and not have barriers. You know when you're in insurance industry, they WANNA sell insurance products if your broker won't sell investment products. And so I wanted to be away from that but I still wanted to be able to give advice and still be in that position to change lives I. Love that when people go through the process with us, their life will never be the same. They can't even imagine how different it would be until they go through the process, but it's never going to be the same as it. Was All those little anxieties and fears and things that were waking up at two o'clock in the morning or preventing them for feeling like they could walk out the door and retire I'll go away and so they really can enjoy those final. You know twenty, thirty, forty years on this planet doing exactly what they want with the time that they have, and that's why we do it we. Jim Thank you very much for everything that you do for your clients. We all truly appreciate it and thank you very much for your thought leadership on the show. Thanks thanks for having me I. always great to be here. If you have not subscribe to the PODCAST, make sure you click that subscribe. Now, button below that way every time we come out the new podcast trump directly on you're listening device, and if you want to know more about what's going on, all you have to do is go to the website, which is the retirement solution dot com. So for everybody at the retirement solution, this.
"jim you" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Com. It is time now to introduce our first guest also somebody who has been around for some time and will remember very vividly nine eleven. That's Jim Bianco founder and president of Bianco. Research based in Chicago and I'm sure Jim. You know would have been a a fearsome size to be watching that on the floor on the trading floor in Chicago. Nine eleven and a lot of ways like it was yesterday and it was. You know I've been in the markets for thirty three years and it still remains one of the seminal days of my career. Jim You know. It's been a difficult time recently and today obviously, it's an extra difficult, a lot of people but the difficulty that we've seen in the last few months does it persist through the end of the year and into the next year in terms of economic fundamentals in terms of just general suffering out there, we'll get to the markets in a moment. You you. You're right to point out that there's the economy and what's happening with the economy and I do think that what we've seen is a series of stumbles the economic recovery off the covid low in May seem to have stalled around July. The need for stimulus because remember the government shutdown, the economy and a lot of people lost their jobs because of that seems to be dead now since to at least pass the election and that's GonNa. Also kind of drag on the economy as well too. So I don't think the economy's going backwards I just think that the recovery to something that was a pre covert. Normal has stalled and we've got more evidenced. It's going to be even harder to get back there. So the economy itself seems to have just flattened out at a lower level and net that's not the best place to be. So Jim, given that backdrop and given the fact that Congress looks like it will be unable to deliver at least a near term fiscal stimulus. Investors to do are they? Simply. Leaning back on that backstop, which is a federal, reserve and ECB. Providing tremendous liquidity in the market and is that all we need Well. That's what we have. Let's put it that way because we talked about the economy let's add in then that if you look at valuations and you look at the forward pe ratio, even if you take out the stocks, you're near the two thousand bubble peaks in terms of how overvalued this market is by a lot of metrics others aren't but A. Lot Are. So this is by no stretch Issa cheap market. So if you're an investor, you saying look the economy stalling markets overvalued boy that sounds like a really bad mixed. Why am I in this market? Well, you've got the Federal Reserve, and you've got the government gets been promising to bail out the industry and the cruise ship industry and they're not. Going to go down without a fight to at least protect investors, we could debate whether or not. That's you know ethical or proper for them to do it..
"jim you" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Utah. And Back we'll. Wait for the color. Sheffield and you number one. Number One. And we're in the rice and we had Ding Dong Rice, which I the wing and Brady's trade record going in the next. Bed Lawn, and say, well done. To me that was just absolutely. A memory all-new forget you deed kept in the Australian team all around the world. What was the responsibility I know great Kimble talked about his time signing head while time it was a fantastic experience got up to a bit of trouble is all young Philippine England do but then he said for Jim it was a bit different because he was the captain of the country is that a fair assessment that you had to look at your time as captain differently Oh you did look at the Y. You hell yourself and and carried almost different to the other boys. Off. MIAMI. Our van where. probably hotter than trying. To find, soy? And Enjoy. Great. The. Maximum. Land July maximum, and Johnny Bolger and. Jack. We had to go off. Chain. And they in the mistrial tremendous thing for me actually hold my career because it made me really work hard or for this four and and being. You Rice on so many different tracks. But here in Australia I, think you started your racing at on Oval, which, of course, everyone who follows rugby league new Cumberland Eiffel is the home of the paramedics sales. Now. thinking. Spend by the way. And going on my Jamie Macabre Nati-. A FELLAINI Aguire. Printing. And Commission. Meeting on the. and. tonight view and really hold me out an. And Grease of wins. Collins. When Girona West Lane and puppy early, she finds known as sixty. And then I'm GONNA. Nov Watch. Katie MAC or train. pounds. Oklahoma you Ebay short-circuit and union and arrived that vision chain West Mate. My every. Diarrhea. Coming up and then someone. And went on in shape and go through including Roy. Cheung? Jim You ever. Jan on Wasi where you pay for authors and. China's important juncture. I off. Base in. Private that. You also had a hand in getting test match racing back in Australia and particularly at the showground. Told John. Show. Aren't saying. Be Violating fish nations for. Big Time. and. Long Waiting Olympics in. Jaw, attitude. Brought went from one side. The mind. Anyway Bringing campaign. But the same? And who did you suggest he bring back from Europe with you too Rice against England. The all. England Winner. Although. Would check check in their on against straighten and. Very test matches your rice seen America as well. Can you talk about what that was like? Another another. Thing altogether actually. One hundred ninety meters, Iran that. Are In and was. canceled. On. A blocker sponsor and Burying breached being. This. Recorder and it was permitted ahead twenty two. Wheels there Rarely England. And Our. Legally in America and they're the all laid a hand chart, which is where the all grown blacks and no. And they really should. Have Long. And reading. The grand. In America. Was rising like on the surface was significantly different to what you had in England and strata customized something. and. It'll and sort of time she'll the Shyla Nora, an and. And Ran? well, right the. moral long track. And that was very nice thing for the client and they. Were would be just as much. Time that real quick, and then we also right summer onuma track. It s Straw, which is a little miniature contract. And he was really concrete. Tadmor. Forgetting. rox coming up. Really really fine for. Experienced one. Very famous. In. Nice. You have also had a dalliance full wheels, but it never really kicked on. Jeffrey McDonald. I usually get back. Meaning Solace. Share on my mother and father and and West. Watching the spring tower. Grandfather. Her and her own Gary. Ration. Dying. Vice. The cats on coming out. And there Twist your favorite and and Johnny Henry Become Very Mommy. Track telling. For this. Dumb calling. Draw the import. taught French and Well. Actually. Won. To off and Every night for coming out and key points and. Then when they. Get Your Lantana. and. Of course. What do I what? Less than they need to do before they need you bias. Will Win. Back. and. Mike WorldCom. You. Did do that in the US off. Yesterday..
"jim you" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Anyway your your memoir memoirs and misinformation which you co wrote. Wait you worked on it with this Guy Dana Vashon? Writer. Wonderful. What's fascinating about this is anyone thinks a celebrity. Memoir they all think the same thing and this is because it's coming from you. It's not what anyone that's actually what I might expect but a lot of this is not a Jim Carrey memoir that anyone would expect in the normal sense and why find amazing is that you must have been working on this for a long time. The writing I think is is really Quite good and there's a lot of really funny and dark stuff in here. But you're basically writing about the end of the world and it comes out during Cova. So I feel like you knew something that we didn't know. Well, it's it's amazing when we started working on this thing, it was it was like an eight year conversation that turned into a couple years of intensive. Creative work and we put our hearts and souls into. Yeah. It was. It was amazing as the time got nearer to releasing the book that we started noticing all these incredibly kind of weirdly. Prophetic things that are happening and suddenly there is a riot on Rodeo drive and there is yes all of these guys that are happening and and not to mention I think as as a writer when you when you light yourself actually. Write down and and home what's coming rather than what you think. They might like you know there's there's some weird clairvoyance thing that happens when you open yourself up to the universe it knows better than you do what's about to happen what I found to be really crazy is that first of all I, love this device I'll call it call it a device but US real celebrities in the book so Jim Carey. Here's what an oxymoron that. I'm is just as real as anyone. But you know what I love is that first of all I've I've we've known each other for a quite a long time been to your house a bunch of time. So it's odd because you're describing Jim Carey who? Missing to man and I'm a little bit worried about I wanNA talk to you. What am I goes is not accounted for. Really, very you know what I found is very hard to sell a Jim Carey Golden Globe very hard thing to sell people are very worried about getting kind you have to change its drew. chiseled out the gym and I tried to I tried to write in drew with a sharpie but. A lot of the a lot of the people were suspicious. But I've been to your house and it's funny because when you're writing about Jim Carey at home, it's very funny and surreal but there are also elements that I think. I've been there and I feel like, yes. This is kind of a depiction of you at home, but it's also not you've stretched it out in. It's insane and you have this very powerful electric fence and you have these dogs that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars that are trained to show you affection and love me. You can't get anywhere. At this point. This but one of the things I really loved is that you have your name dropping name checking people left and right and you're hanging out with them and it's hilarious because you the Jim Carrey. In the book has this incredibly insane relationship with Nicholas Cage. And Kelsey grandma always from reality. It really isn't. Apparently one you created dinosaurs go for a million dollars. Stretched their. Stretch. Yeah. You being one of the greater most. Most incredible eccentric characters living among us and and always always fun to have around and to to exchange creative ideas with. So we've had a thing going for a Lotta years. We have this thing called the Ob Dobie award that we had back and forth between just the two of us. A lot of tension about who's going to get it is a big tense moment and someone's announced. But yeah, that's a fun part of this. It's like. You got to do a book on Persona and a transcending persona you have to use some percents. Ultimate yes. Is Hollywood I loved I was laughing out loud is one of the things I wrote about as I laughing out loud a you Kelsey grammer keeps appearing in the book and we all know Chelsea's manner and his way of speaking and this he's that way in real life as well. So he keeps showing up in the book and there are moments where people are saying Kelsey fucking. There's a there's like a girl, Hussein Kelsey please and he keeps interrupting. Yes. Yes. Yes. Cross dot. Kelsey. Does this wonderful thing that I've loved for years his his his palm his. Befuddled arrogance and you know whatever it is that he does is just amazing. So he was the perfect character to cast in that part of the guy that's such an dedicated Essien that he loves the sound of his own voice and he needs to express himself he because he needs to hear himself he needs. You know which is true of a lot of us. There's a lot of different characters and and I'm starting starting to trickle in. Now the reactions and things nick cage loves it gave him all the best line so I never. Really, happy because they couldn't really hurt if he didn't like it have you heard from Kelsey not yet not yet Joan Dangerfield. emailed. Me and was futilely complimentary about it and loved how I handled Rodney in our relationship going forward and everything and and said, she had a ton of quotes in her mind and but those are the people I kind of. A little closer to, and then I got a lovely email from Anthony. Hopkins that he's He's great in the book to. Amazing character and we give him the sad romantic background and all of these wonderful dramatic things that you know I wondered if he would go like. Really ready to be asked if you. Never asked I never asked always beg forgiveness later that. He actually emailed me after he wrote it he was thrilled to get it, and then I was biting my nails and he emailed me a two days ago and said that he was just so happy happy to be a part of such a wild wild ride and that we broke all the rules in a reminded of a him James Joyce and you know for me. That's that that that makes my heart..
"jim you" Discussed on Launch Your Live
"Now obese is sort of the third level over is like as far as you know as being complex. Obese is very complicated in my point of view. It's not for beginner, but if you are using a lot of Gamer. So if you're gaming space you know that's that's probably the one that you would use. So see there's there's a lot of tools out there s you get more complex. There's there's a lot of there's free trials for all of these tools just like any software. So go ahead and testimony you might find that you like one over the other even though that's you know a little bit more advanced. Their features that each one has as well. So depending on what you're looking for. So. Let's talk budget actually so Jim You've got. Yes. For example, that's a free solution and you got all the others they're paid solution. So obviously, yes they everybody should start off with the trial but do you think people should gravitate towards? You know I see this all the time they gravitate towards free and some free is good but there's always a cost for free in case envelope s like it's it's a good tool, but it does take. Quite a steep learning curve there you probably don't get as much support there may be a community, but what's your take on that? Like if somebody wants to you know get started with one of these services how would you like? How would you know? Would you say hey, let's budget something when you guys started using this. Week or two buddy like what were you? Did you just all? You know just use the need of way or did you immediately jump into some software like how quickly did you move from platform to platform? Yeah Yeah. So there's I mean the way that you know obviously software they kind of understand the buyer and the you know the consumer of their product. So understand that, okay they're going to get to a certain point where they need this feature and it's going to be in the behind a paywall. And so if you're multi streaming, for example, then you'll likely will need to pay You know if you're if I think right now stream yard you can. They just updated a releasing update where you can stream up to eight channels which is. was, crazy but you know you can be before that was five channels so you do have to pay for that if you're downloading or. If you're downloading audio and stuff like that from stream yard. If you're if you have a podcast, you guys do than you do have to upgrade and I mean these upgrades they're not they're not. They're not act like excessive. The cost is not that crazy it is a software service. So you know you're not like buying the full thing of front right so you're paying monthly, which is not too bad. You know especially, if you're a business person, you're using this for for business then. You have to kind of look at what is the? What's the benefit you know you're investing fifty bucks a month or nine hundred dollars a month you're getting to reach so many people at scale without having to travel without any of that stuff and you know it's easy to justify if you really look at the numbers right So so yeah, I would. Definitely invest because you get you get to remove the water, the watermarks and things like that. Put Your own logo..
"jim you" Discussed on The Confessionals
"That would not think that got would have gone well. So. Even Dave moved walls. It was because there were there were some bedrooms that were that were pretty small. But May I don't I. Don't think I could have paid me enough money to stay in that house during construction. So yeah I mean that's what usually happens right. I mean when places are haunted, and they have activity and people go in, and they start renovating a lot of crap happens. Yeah, yeah. I. Like. You said you couldn't pay me enough money. But. I was living in an apartment and I had finished up my certifications and everything. And I was working in the addiction recovery business. which meant I really loved it, I. Might Mckenna I. You know glimpse into that was was my. She She had a problem that was a closet drug problem. I didn't understand it. I didn't know. I had no idea how to help her. No, even what she was going through, so. know it really helped me understand that it didn't make anything better between us, but it did make things more easy for me to understand to comprehend to be have a little more grace for her. I think. But I was working in a Rehab Center that Was Right next door to a funeral home in or him? It had tracks running right behind it immediately behind the property. the building itself was built as a geriatric hospital. And then it was used It was used as a sanatorium where you know during the rookie las outbreak They had tuberculosis patients there so The property was was pretty old And even though it was A. It was a good sized building. We had a men's dorm in. We had a women's dorm and there were common areas of course that ruined the in between and we had A. The whole basement. Was a huge gym. Weight Room Jim. Jim You know? Up. And, of course there was the ramp that. Had to come down to the basement. Because of you know, that was where they they would take bodies out that so. had these big doors and A. A ramp that that. was fenced off at the time, but you could see that. The drive went to the road, so it went straight out to the road. and. I, met somebody. One of the most interesting people I think. I've ever met while working there. She was Choose my immediate boss. and. Man She. She was an air force vet. She was an older lady and she was just as hard as nails. Absolutely as hard as nails, this this woman. She. She didn't take any any Gulf off anybody in. She had one of the biggest hearts. You'll ever see a human being, but she didn't take crap man. and. There was A. There was a point in time where she she just looked at me one night and she she I was working overnights in the building. You know she was there up until probably nine or ten o'clock at night, I would start at seven, and she always stayed later, but She should like me and she says she's do. This is gonNA sound like really off Do you believe in ghosts? Just kind of looked at her and I said will I guess what why ask she i. want you to look at this and she pulls up some of our CICI TV. feeds and some recorded some some of the recordings of. Different camera angles that we have in the. Common area of the girls dorm. And I'm not be. There was a there was a full body apparition that appeared in the middle of the room in.
"jim you" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Was one of the first, but I just know that you know. Soon. As they came out, I was getting walk because know. I've had in my problem since I was six years old so anytime I can put on. Some shades the cover up my Irish. I want to do that and I enjoyed playing with that on. Made things a lot easier didn't know where the hell you. We're looking for one. I don't think they knew where I was looking anyway. Because most of the time I ride. I was closed. What you play, you played a lot of times with your eye closed and you just use your left. Well. Any type of light hurts my eyes because I stuck a when I was six years old. Right in the middle of my eye, but I can nick my Irish. I mean my written. And so they had to do a lot of repair work on just saving my at the time. And this was nineteen sixty five for the hell of a job back then just even save it. And then Over the years just I got used to playing without really I had no depth perception. Right side of the field was pretty much a blur to me. and. I would usually get when I got hit in the pocket. It was usually from from my right side, which I should be able to see that was my. See The guy over my left shoulder from my left tackle, but I got hit a lot from the right because I couldn't see from the right, but people never figure that out I think they thought I was the essence when I was wearing sunglasses. Jim You were talking about kind of feeling that pressure from your left. It took a lot of hits over the years and. Had A lot of issues with your health after after the game was over I, know you've you've been a big advocate for using cannabis and CBD is part of your recovery? No doubt about it It's been a godsend for me and a lot of other people I'm glad it's finally. You know people are finally getting the truth about it. We've been lied to over one hundred years about this Our governments had a patent on it for over seventy five years. They knew how good it was, but here in this country. They don't want you healthy. They want you taking their pills and and you know. Just being part of the heard not just not mentioning anything not not speak out, but I've been an advocate since nineteen, seventy three, when I enjoyed my first joint and. I've been. Percents, but I didn't know how good it was for my body. And jekyll probably about ten twelve years ago I met a doctor out of Boston. Dr Madonna Ball and she speaks all over the world about this. She's a Harvard trained Dr. and. She's taught me more about the plant and what it does to the body and I said all I know is it made me feel good made me made me sleep. And she said that's what it's supposed to do. No, we receptors up and down our spine, and then our brains for this plant. and You know we were supposed to be using this, but you know. Government pushes their pills because big Pharma pretty much bronzes place. Yeah I mean it's kind of sad. Did you feel when you went to the train trainer after a game and said shoulder sore my packs, or would they kind of push opiates on you? Did you feel pressured to take a pain medication while you're applying? I add to take medication to play. I. Mean that was. Times like he? You know we talked about earlier I. You know my ribs and my elbow, my knees I mean. I had so many painkillers in the game that I you know I didn't feel much during the game, but after when it wore off, it was it was not not real pleasant. And that's the thing about those things you know. They're very addictive. They they just keep you in the fog. I couldn't sleep very well. I didn't eat very well. I was on them. You can't even go to the bathroom. That's the bad part. Yeah but cannabis has been you know there's. I tell everybody for those who believe I said this jobs get us. I mean that's the way that's why it. It's so pungent. Because back in the day, people had to find it to heal themselves. And We're finally waking up here and around the world to realize how good this plan is for you. Know as NFL is that they'll push all the opiates on you that you know that you can that you want. To go home and try to sleep you can't even you know. Smoke a bowl ridiculous. To. It is very weird. The NFL stance now especially because in. Like half the states it's. And still it's illegal in the NFL, and and they're still just kind of staying staying true to the the opiate angle. What do you think the NFL can do to kind of put players in a better spot when it comes to see and being able to treat their body? While they're always telling the players. You're responsible for what you put in your body. I some guys get suspended for something that they that was in a cough medicine or something like that something ridiculous. But they don't test for the. They pass out all the time. But you know what they're doing I. Mean they're they've. The awareness is a lot lot more.
"jim you" Discussed on Masters in Business
"One other thing that people need to remember about markets that there is a fair value. There is You know A level that you would look at to say that this is where the market should trade if the Fed is successful in keeping the market relatively near those levels I think then then the Fed put is successful. And that's largely been the case over the last ten or twelve years that as the market has gone up and the Fed has pushed They were fairly close to what you would consider fair value but today now the real question is what is the true value of the market where should a trade fed wasn't in the market right now and the big debate is how much of a long term effect is this shelter in place pandemic going to have on the economy? Do you believe that this is a supply issue? What I mean by that is all we really need to do is have the governor's just allow all these businesses to unlock their doors and open them up and we will return to something very very close to normal. That's all we need or do you believe that there will be some longer-lasting demand issue in other words. These businesses lock their doors and open up but now we need to get people to be convinced to resume two thousand nineteen again that they're going to voluntarily stay away voluntarily changed their habits voluntarily taking more conservative approach if you believe the ladder that they are going to voluntarily taken more conservative approach and. I'm in that camp Then I think the markets might be a little bit ahead of themselves if you believe the former no they just let these businesses opened up. Everybody will return. Memories are short Then I think that these markets are probably appropriately valuable to me. That's kind of the crux of the question is how much of this is being held back by just the rules or how much of it is being held back by people's attitudes that have now changed quite interesting. I I have so many different places to go with you. The technical side some of the more interesting aspects but I have to stay with this supply versus demand from a a framework perspective. Last week was the beginning of May. A number of states have begun to reopen either partially or or more aggressively and at the same time on Sunday. We saw the highest level of new infections. That we've seen Since this whole thing started you seem to be raising the possibility that we're going to look back a month or two from now and suddenly when there's another surge of infections GONNA FRIGHTENED. Consumers into staying home is is at sort of the scenario. You're thinking about I. I would even say even one step before that. It's not that you know. A wave of infections is going to is going to frighten consumers. It's the fear of a wave. That might be enough to get them to change their behavior. Let me let me put this into context for you The worst recession in the post World War Two period was the last one two thousand seven to two thousand nine at its worst point real. Gdp real economic activity was four percent down from its high or we retained ninety six percent of the activity that we had at the high at the low but yet a four percent drop off was enough to produce a fifty percent retracement in the stock market at ten percent unemployment rate You know the social unrest that led to Brexit and trump and the political polarization that we had and a lot of and bailouts Galore. It effect. You wrote a book about the bail. I I recall a few jotting down a few notes about the bailouts back. Yeah all of that was from four percent correction in real GDP. By the way the worst ever was the Great Depression. We were corrected. Seventy five percent so at its worst point nineteen thirty-three we still had seventy five percent of the economic activity that we had in nineteen twenty nine. So the reason I bring that up when people say Okay. We're going back. The doors are open. Hey look at this. Three people walked into a store. It's all okay. Look we gotta get back to ninety eight percent ninety nine percent of where we were in two thousand nineteen otherwise if we make it back to ninety percent and that's the cover of this week's economist the ninety percent economy and they've picked up on the same thing. I was talking about a ninety percent. Recovery is a disaster. It's it's something twice as bad as what two thousand seven was. And it's something that is approaching a mini depression. Now I'm not trying to be a Cassandra here but what I'm arguing is. We need to get almost all the way back. If not all the way back. Remember the way we used to do analysis before the virus like three months ago we used to just talk about the change of the change of the change and if something was was was on the third derivative moving a little bit that was somehow significant for markets. But now we're talking about just basically the change now. The first derivative not the third derivative so. This is the challenge that we have in the economy right. Now it's not a question of unlock. The doors and activity will return. That will happen. And the warm weather of summer will help activity return with the virus offers. Second it's do we get back to ninety nine or one hundred percent of where we were last year if we do markets okay if we make it back to ninety percent think about it in these terms ninety percent if you went through and added up every government state and local government said you just got ten percent loss of revenue every business you have a ten percent loss of revenue that will be devastating for them so this is the challenge that we have. How far back are we going to go? So before we wrap up the segment. I have to ask a question. Not about how far we will get to in Q. Three accused four. But let's stay with the second quarter. We got data on q one really. It was only one month. It was march that had such an impact but my back of the envelope calculations you know you have thirty million people unemployed out of a hundred and fifty five million in the In the entire pool that's over twenty percent and then you look at GDP for one month if that continues for the full quarter. Are we running at sixty percent capacity? We down thirty or forty percent. Gdp for Q to which we are. Now you know barely a month and change into. Yeah it looks like that. That's going to be the case and these will be the worst. Economic numbers ever recorded for a quarter for a quarter worse than the worst point the Great Depression Worse Than Anything. We saw during the civil war Now the good news is that VAT should not be a sustained level that that was off from the shelter in place. Obviously when we reopened. There's going to be some uptick. A big uptick in activity As we return to something that approximates normal which is what we're talking about. What is that going to be on the other side but yes we are going to see some of the worst numbers that we've ever seen and I would also add to you. The thing that I've been watching that I think is going to be really important is going to be that unemployment number. And and if I was to speak in statistical terms We're all now familiar with initial claims. That is when somebody I shows up at the unemployment office to ask for unemployment insurance. There's another number that they put out called continuing claims. That means that you're still on unemployment insurance week two week three week. Four that number lags a couple of weeks but it is now approaching twenty million. It should probably approach twenty-five thirty million in the coming weeks they'll be it'll come up a little bit short of the total of initial claims because a bunch of these companies are getting their paycheck protection plan loans and their rehiring their workers. But that's only a few million out of thirty million that that's happening with. I think the real question then becomes okay. These twenty odd twenty five million people. How fast they get off of unemployment because if we're going to leave them on unemployment for months or quarters on end. I think that that's going to be an enormous stress point for our economy And so the faster we can get them off the faster. We can return to normal now. Now that I've said that we haven't even we're not even done adding them to the to the to the unemployment rolls right now let alone talking about getting them off. So if there's one focus on that worst numbers ever. I think it's going to be that unemployment measure my special guests this week. Is Jim Bianco? He is president and macro strategist at Bianca. Research where he covers all manners of markets and strategies. Jim You and I have been fishing pals for I don't know about a decade. Maybe even longer going up to the shadow. Federal Reserve better known as Camp. Kotok up in Maine and I'm thinking about August and I'm having a hard time imagining getting on a plane and flying from Laguardia Up to Bangor Maine any chance that we're GONNA have the sort of opening that will allow that sort of behaviour. What what are your plans for for August this year? I would very much like to go to Banger and go to Camp Khotak this year again. It's always been one of the highlights of my summer. Not The least which is to watch a bunch of economists. Try and fish and Beta hawk. That's always worth the price of admission right there as well But I'm like you. I don't know If that's going to be doable Sure I mean technically there are planes that are flying right now and technically you and I could get on a plane but I'll have to see what my comfort level is to get on a plane in August just like you and then we'll have to see how many people actually WanNa make up there as well too and this is GonNa be A story that we just I just said is going to be repeated in a lot of industries in for a lot of people across the economy for the next several months and it really impacts more than anybody else people that have large gathering. You know one of the things I've always been saying to people 'cause I'M IN CHICAGO I'll know the day that we've hit a hundred percent. Recovery is one. There's forty one thousand people in Wrigley Field Watching baseball game now. Will that be this year? Will that be next year? Five years never win. Will that event happen when that event happens then I'll know where all the way back but right now you know that's an open ended question is to win. It's going to happen. Maybe I should say if well I ASSUME WE'RE GONNA end up with some form of treatment eventually and some vaccine the news this week from Pfizer and their partners. Germany is that they're very much on a fast track for a possible vaccine. If if we have a vaccine before the year's over do thing things go back to normal. Can we resume our previously scheduled lives or? Has This left a mark? That's going to change US permanently Let's say we get a vaccine. I'll I'll I'll answer the question by by posing the metric but say we get a vaccine. Let's our fingers and say we've we've got a MAC and it happens.
"jim you" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Don't hesitate. Oh that's where the funeral pyre line is and I'm sure there are a million podcast listeners. Out there right now. Yes we've been saying that for fifteen minutes yes I write it I got it I got it. Yes yes it was light. My fire with the funeral pyre. Obviously that makes sense doesn't it? Yes because it rhymes right right in anyway. Great stuff totally opposite song than you get with Break on through It's it's kind of blue is like Yeah they're a beautiful woven woven lines By by the band in there Yeah I I mean it just says hit all over it. Yep It in on this Well Th- The funny thing is my My husband lived in. San Francisco is eighteen in sixty seven and he said he knew instantly. When you heard it on the radio that it would it would be a hit. But he and none of his friends like the doors so the they do talk in this book about the Rift between San Francisco and San Francisco. La kind of sensibility aesthetic. We we talked a lot about that. Yeah the Rock and rock podcast. That You know L. A. is far more professionalized And rightfully so You know that's where you went to if you had the goods Were San Francisco was a homegrown organic Sort of music scene for good and bad you know obviously there's Some interesting things that came out of San Francisco but really you know the music business is based in La. And I picked the doors Birds Buffalo Springfield The airplane Quicksilver MESSENGER and certainly the dead in nineteen sixty seven And again. I'm probably have a bunch of podcasts. Our listeners going what you're look good you know cards and letters or or or more. Welcome Yeah there definitely was a rift between the two Cultural Centers of the the Golden State. yeah on this the first album. This swear Jim kind of set in stone. His image that he lived with me in the Lizard King long after an even to this day because they didn't like the BIOS and liner notes on most albums so he created a multi page manifesto for the album that included some of his most imaginative catch phrases as the author say defining and limiting the Jim Morris image long. It's interesting that they use the word limiting because I think that he did feel limited after the first couple of albums. It's like oh I have to continue this mythical and legendary image. You know that people expect of me. And that was one of the things he struggled with O. Onnor and he's not the only one This is a common problem with With the music industries. You know they they put you in a box that categorize you ties you and then they stick you in a been In a record store in. That's where you're expected to stay And you know it doesn't invite a experimentalism In even ever ocean. Yeah which is which is sad. I obviously that we've gotten away from some of that today and But you know certainly at this time these cats were rebelling against you. Know the the Organization man in the corporatists structure and things like that but You Know Jim in many ways a he could have just done it and instead he just kinda railed against it And continued with the the process Almost all the way up to the end. I mean you know the escape to Paris was specifically to try to get away from this This character that Had taken over His existence. Yeah like you said. He railed against that. He railed against this image. But I mean he'd been railing against things you know his parents and the establishment. You know really all his life in fact in this fact sheet for this album. He said that his parents were dead which they are and yeah and so he was kind of like engaging in the especially with the edible lyrics of the end. You know the European me of the generation gap that he was really diving head first into or maybe that was just his life and the generation gap kind of affixed to him because he lived it and You know it's the Hippie era there's you know complete and utter rejection of the normal. American lifestyle and this is all being invented You know there's you know people just making it up for good or bad and You know In some things just didn't work out very well. So yeah so. We're coming ONTO THEIR SECOND ALBUM. Which is called strange days and one of the interesting Speaking of bucking trends was the song horse latitudes which was basically music and sound sound effects put to his apoel that he had written in high school. So this seems like a lot like performance are to me. All of the members of the doors played musical instruments. Toback the song in unusual ways plucking the strings of piano for instance and used a lot of strange sound effects against the background while he shouted out the lines of his poem. Jim You know thought of himself poet. I as I'm not sure how successful He was or even would've been if he took that on his vocation but as a lyricist You know for pop music You know I think he did pretty good so all right. Let's listen to a bit of this With just a bit. I just a bit in the Mouth Horse Latitudes when the still sea conspires and her Sahlin and aborted. Charan's read Chinese monsters. True sailing is dead..
"jim you" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Talking with y'all you're absolutely no more no more Jim You're talking to a young guy here. Can't you try to be a little more healthy? I'm not an old guy you more. I didn't say you were talking semi automatic. Tell you this guy is a little ways. He's got you can man. Matt. How old are you are your mental weasel? Tau Your your credit old. May You couldn't even. There's no question. What was their first. Call Ever Play Gin Matt. I tell you what Matt Matt if you if you'll meet me Matt I'll show you. I'm not an old man. How do you own? You're damn well you can't let us show you real. I can't lose this show. Go down to this level. It's too good. Show you send photos out all. That's why man thank you. Thank you very much. Man What Let me let me know. I'm only playing into the to the masters here but I need to go into the other room for a second Danny and and the in injury You guys they're.
"jim you" Discussed on Reply All
"REBECCA WE ARE DIV near solutions. You know last year I said I wanted to get knocked out I didn't end up getting your exercise. Flemish boxing's at seventy with deck. I mean I did do a boxing for a while and then I kind of fell off and knock you out. Nobody knocked me out. Mostly snacking the kisser. He wasn't really sparring. It was more just like getting the technique. That's the thing all the things that seem like they'd be cool like when I was a kid I realized star wars and I took like three fencing classes Philadelphia. And they're like okay so so you're going to six months of footwork and then we'll give you a glove. Why couldn't I have just walked into the gym and then to someone immediately punch the AH? That's a veteran. Jim You really. You have no solutions. No I don't WanNa do a resolution this year because I feel like I failed so badly getting knocked Out What about you. Do you have a new year's resolution last year I think my resolution must be more confrontational. All right how to go Do you think for a second if I confronted more people in the last year. What I remember is like a couple of weeks ago is driving in this guy took my parking spot like I was backing into it? And he's swooped in and Tuck it as like dude and he was like oh I was looking at my window and I saw this parking spot I really wanted it and I was like okay. That makes sense. Ah Try where it was like. That made no sense. Great great you've got way more conversational. Okay so I guess you're my my new year's resolution is to stand up for myself. Forget wait actually. I just realized that my glass. Here's here's our solution. That was that was actually an old resolution. My last year's one was to engage. In less. Feuds Oh right yeah and how did who are you feuding with. Yeah I think you should know okay. So no resolutions nothing. There's not one thing you want to have an issue with this nightmare seldom perm thing zip zero all right. I have this feels. I feel like every time I just feel like. You don't realize it but but you're setting up I don't I don't think I'm sitting at all times. I think. Sometimes I don't think this time that's the thing that's so frustrating about it is if I answer this. Honestly it's going to be hard for you to resist like making fun of me all. Let's try all right.
"jim you" Discussed on The Corp
"You're in Brooklyn at the longshoremen with our guest Jim Cramer who is the host of mad money on MSNBC. He also owns this bar own half Lisa White Michelle UN. Who's are unbelievable chef from yes founded the streets? We're here to talk to you about your career everything you've got going on. I want to start with the bar and the restaurant so you own half of it. What what made you get into. Is this before because we've got to set the scene for the people why we're sitting here. We'll be started with Bar San Miguel which is a small plate Mexican place. That's a model after a bar is in San Miguel de Mexico. We have house there. It was just too much fun. We happen to love. Florence Michelle. You in is a great chef. My my wife Lisa love to run the front. we think it's great joy. Put a lot of people to work. This is Florentine. I happen to love Florentine but you can see it's this little nicer are the places tavern and I like to be with people because member. All I do is stare at the camera and you look you know how solo it is at the plate. Okay you know sodas. What is I do talk to know and suddenly what happens is. I talked to people and I love it and by the way the millennials had not a clue who I am Yup. Is there stupidest. Would apply yeah so air form. We're we're going to get to that in and the stock market in millennials and however infuse it. Let's go. Let's start at the beginning so I was doing a lot of reading up on your beginning you start. Actually your first job was at a baseball state. Yeah I killed. It killed it. I was I moved. I started with COQ. Okay and you know it's good and I had the record for double header against the cardinals was really great when they go extra in each. You're GONNA crush it. Okay Steve Quality always had too much ice cream after I moved up ice cream and get this. This is the way you play okay. It's about monopoly early on you realize Napoli. I paid every other vendor not to go opt the seven hundred level. Why was only ice cream much. Nobody visits. I'm cleaning. I'm making forty fifty bucks except for Jim Carlton too too quickly quickly and that was the secret. This secret was to pay off the other guys to stay away from my dad interesting right and they take for little bug they get eight Jim. Jim's got to seven hundred seven US work right. I mean you know and that's how I learned to cope people on the show as skip chief. They chief me all the time. I was always cheapie chief people. I think it's a term of endearment John Talking about the phillies. Were you and I'm trying to picture you know you're such a great baseball fan fan. Were you a Mike. Schmidt P Rose Alton Smitty I when when she had three runs and then he struck out in the fourth time I didn't do. That's not my scene yeah. No I didn't do not a true Philadelphian. Look Santa Claus batteries out of Santa Hat. Damn bad here. Everyone thinks that Santa was innocent. You see his numbers on. I mean you and I didn't throw it because I couldn't get that for. I mean I would have hit. Somebody probably a nice fan. We have a lot of Nice fans. That's why we had at the jail to separate the audience from the nut next fans Yup. I think that's what's needed but I loved Smitty. I Love Carlton but the Games didn't last long enough and yeah. We used one of those teams where he won half the game. I mean that's pathetic. I led a wildcat strike which was brilliant because fired all of us thing. You had to reapply all right so your first job obviously in baseball. I thought it was just a cool store to share with everyone. When was the first. What was the first stock you bought? And how old were you. I bought what American economics at twenty seven. It was an Orange Grove company within five days. They had a frost. Wait it out. Okay you know how old are you. I was twenty seven over. Take a lesson learning lesson. That orange is freeze. Yeah Yeah so tell us how you got into the stock market. You haven't gotten you went to Harvard. He went to law school. Walk Right and you started selling stocks. That was your goal with the voicemail. Yeah well what happened is hey. I'm not here right now but you ought to buy a monolithic memories each week. I had a new stock then finally at a guy who made a fortune he called me. Jimmy check for five and tasks. You'll meet you for a couple of years. Five hundred thousand five hundred that's a lot of money and you first thing I did was I lost like thirty thousand and I said listen I can mow lawns I can I can do dishes because your sensitivities wars but but then I came back and I came came back with a vengeance started doing the right thing started watching TV with the ticker had to go to law school. Unfortunately it's a major loss of time time suck but let's picking stocks in answering machine and and then I went to Goldman. Sachs meeting and Goldman hired me and it was not easy. I had to go ten times before I got the job so lawyer. Goma sacks. Tell me the lessons you learned are going to say oh you know what they did was. They shifted me from water. Sales and trading lessons were rigor. Okay the rigor. The rigor that you needed was incredible a just to get the job. One time they call me. Down is a twelve o'clock. They said look sitting in this closet of office and we'll get to you when we're ready to interview you. If five o'clock came out there was I opened. There was nobody there air. Everyone had left so I called the guy who was running the program he goes. Hey it's Goldman Sachs. That's what we do. You leave a guy in for five hours. Hey it was easy to get a job. They bring that kind of let's say humiliation slush expertise and I like it. I get the same thing you know. When I was teaching there. I taught Friday. I didn't like to start to eight. PM Friday and what I did is I gave test at eleven pm and I always posted on Monday. The five lowest scores People's need this. It's a learning west. You're from Philly Philadelphia. I love it. I love it and so so you start there and then you go out on your own hedge funds and talked about the transition going from Goldman Sachs to okay. I can go do this on my own. I can do this with some partners and write my own verse thing thing. I learned where she can't choke people. When you're Goldman can't throw water bottles. You had a famous temper. I had a bit of a temper. I would say that I had I. I would say that I was was volatile. Maybe mercurial judgmental but if you lost me money I mean I did. There was one time when I call the guy's mom and I said listen you know your son unacceptable behavior and I'm going to send him home and he needs to know from Mommy tomorrow if he wants to come back towards a grown man very grown very crony quit the next day you'd you should pay severance. Paul O'Neil with cooler one time I it was a bad day. Market was getting crushed. I'm working my wife. She doesn't like these stores S. Lisa. We love getting crushing. I was doing well. I could not believe how marks down two hundred. US stocks they're holding it turned out to my monitor is broken same prices so I had to a throw that out the window now it's amazing. They made the windows. You can't commit suicide because the twenty nine but yeah I'm as volatile windy announced back. Yes indeed my feet it but I was a sweetheart in the end because I always pay people well. I was the devil and then the sweetheart people care about it was a devil bargain made a bargain with the devil. If you work for me everybody Kinda liked me. Give an okay yeah all right so you're so we're at the Hedge Fund you start also the St. Yeah like what what makes you WANNA do that. You're you're. You're killing it. You're crushing. You're making money. Why would you want to add more things to your plan for some First Class Masochists and what I did was I helped start smart money and I realized that the web was coming in nineteen ninety five so I said listen you smart money dot Com and spent money simple. That'll wipe us out. I said well that's perfect. That's what it's supposed to do and then I decided to do it for myself myself just because I didn't like being talked to like that and I started. We lost a lot of money. Finally you lost about one hundred twenty five mil trying to set a record right I mean didn't some players players for the mets lost about hundred twenty five million. I did with a company. But how did you lose one hundred twenty five mil easily walk me through that well. What happens is that? When can you say you lose ten million dollars a year because you're not selling as much advertising it tends to accumulate over time and you're paying a lot but we had a lot of eyeballs boss see. We were like an audition like we didn't. We're losing money but opthamologist but we had eyeballs and so people wanted us. We were hot stock. We opened at sixty two went to sixty seven next. Stop Two bucks Yeah Yeah but we held in. I mean we were one.
"jim you" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Thing in my career baseley i got from the howard cern joe so i've always admitted it the guy was amazing tomatoes just you know a guy like you know y you find different paths you don't know who's gonna who's got you know may is a maybe it's comedy central find you and say hey you're going to be our next hosts are of a tv shows up but it wasn't that it was howard stern now is the pass and then it that opened up all doors because everybody listen to him everybody in hollywood listen to him you know so as you just unbelievable audience out there me as a comma go i just wanna i want to perform for of my crowd that was my goal if i get people will come to see me i'm good and that's where you know and i'm still out to this day it's great congrats on a book check out a jim on his website jim lawrence dot com that's the bottom line because i said so i had a good tugged the absolutely mad as great major all the big names on podcast one sports net the home of dan patrick clem hanging out with any of the car dan i'm hanging out with plo as well as new shows like red circle sports with dennis miller goodell has become completely fooled riggles pigs with robbery goal can sarah tian the differently in in the in in a billion could be and ap sports weekly with jim lit key have you guys a reconsider trading alabama for the cleveland browns all this and more exclusively on podcast one sports dot com and the podcast one app ironic but to give it a go home used on reppas podcasts rod often sunset but before i do that or give you guys a reminder check out jim floor danger new book everybody is awful except you it's a damn funny book i personally highly recommended i enjoyed every.