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"john warren" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Roll hall of fame. I am your host joke was allah and y'all know i know too much about the rock and roll hall of fame. That's why we're here today for this blessed event with me as always the skeptic the voice of the people does she care about the rock hall it goes back and forth issue skeptical. I think that's always a given kristen. Stuttered hi kristen. Hi hello jesus. Okay you mad. While i just. You reminded me of how on doing that. Yeah i just be like and here she is. She loves it and absolutely. Don't go that far. Figure if i just gave you the wrong intro it would trick you into having a different attitude note. That's not how it works. Our resident expert. She's cared about it. Since she was a young child. Christine stuttered i mean we could do it kristin. Do you know what this week is. i do what. What are we looking at here. Doc documentary an the month of august. So it's you'd say it's dot Docu docu gaga kristen. It's it's not just dacas est. It is the final week of doc. Guest can you even believe what what we've been through this month of reviewing documentaries that are about some of the rock hall inductees this year. We have reviewed with people who have worked on these films. I was like should we. We could have called it. Like editor gusts. That would have been also accurate. Speak to editor of yeah would have restrained me in terms of my guest options but made a better plan. No i mean like doc doc. You can't get better than that anyway. We reviewed greatest pun alive shoe. I said it's alright. Bring that voice in just a second. But i want to review. We talked about the clearance. Avon documentary the black godfather with wills and the derek who is the editor that movie we talked about the go-goes documentary called the gogos. We talked to alison ellwood director and bread banks the editor and then last week. We talked about the tina documentary that is available to watch an hbo with carter. Gun one of the editors so we have talked to a lot of people with a lot of insights behind the scenes of these documentaries. Those are the three big recent documentaries about us. Now we take a look back to two thousand and four to a documentary about jay z called fade to black from two thousand four. It's directed by patrick. Paulsen and michael john warren and so our guest this week. We'll be the editor of the round ball. Rock podcast exactly. Joey devine our old friend. He's here why you're never going to believe this. But the people who had something to do with what jay z did were unreachable for joke was all i know it's shocking but jc's friends don't run joe's circle of friends..
Betsy Parker And John Aprea, On 9 Marriages, Pilates, Love, And A lifelong Acting Career
"Welcome back to the skinny confidential him and her podcast. I'm lauren everett's bostick. The creator of the skinny confidential and across from me is my husband. Michael boston cloudy today. We have an episode. That's kind of fun because it's kind of like you're happy hour with all of our friends. We decided to invite my pilates teacher who has become a dear friend of mine in la betsy grassi and her significant other jonah. Praia on the show to give you a little context. Betsy is a top celebrity influence. Pilates instructor she honestly has all the moves. When it comes to plaudits she trained me. Throughout my whole entire pregnancy was aasa. I- waddled over to her from our house every single day. She trained me. And then i would waddell back home up until the day that i gave birth. I think i worked out with her the day. My water. I'm convinced that's why the delivery was so quick strong. Tell she's absolutely amazing. Check her out on instagram at parker pilates and then we also asked her to bring on her stallion of a husband to use a stone. John my man. You're a handsome sob. They're very good looking couple. That's the has got it hit. She's got the body. She's got the clothes and then john. Her significant other is an american actor and comedian. He's best known for his role in the godfather part two. He was also in sopranos. He's also uncle jesse's dad in full house and in fuller house which is so hot. 'cause how fucking hot as uncle jesse i mean. Listen i don't know jesse is hard. I can't i can't long you can't live up. There's some guys you come across and you're just like well like i get it. I mean uncle jesse. When i was little my eyeballs were popping out of my sockets. Can't blame you and you know what's even hotter as uncle. Jesse has a hot dad john. Warren it's all fiction that right. I mean the people are real but you know come down so right now you'll be okay so i think that this conversation's really fun. 'cause they're telling stories of their life but they're also peppering in pilates tips and we're talking about acting or talking about the olsen twins of marriages letting there's like nine between them right nine marriages between both of them and what i love and what attracted me to betsy. So much is that. When i went to her studio i walked in. I looked around the studio. It was so beautiful good energy and she was so open with her life and every single time i work out with her which is a lot she just tells it how it is and she's unapologetically herself and i appreciate that especially in the world we're in today and i think that this episode so fun because they are both so open with that. Let's welcome betsy grassi. And john prior to the skinny confidential him in her podcast. This is the skinny confidential. Imon her donga great hair. He so much Now we're sure i got. I got one thing going for me. Doubt that you have two things going on my hot and everybody says it but we like a modest guy yet craig. Cranston was saying that you got competition like what we even with western would mean. Hit chris saying that you are very hot gossip. You're listening break you. Chris addresses betsy and my friend. Okay so we have betsy parker who is my palabras teacher. She is the hottest pilates teacher in. La and we have counterpart john who is also so hot in his leather jacket. Johnson actor and they have been together for twenty years. Own omar more. How long twenty two the to a. I don't even know if i can make two. Let's say twenty. We broke up twice. Okay yeah removed very care during this interview but probably not as it happens all the time. Okay what little breakup gut but we wake up every night. Just about this struggle but may listens fun. I want to get some context of both of you guys. And so i. I wanna go all the way back. Because i've heard working out with betsy about your childhoods but i wanna start with your child so maybe betsy you start and then john you can tell us about your childhood sure to get really specific so so yeah i was born in waukegan illinois if anyone does it know that it. It's a little a little suburb with a big suburb of chicago. It's on lake michigan and it is a factory town. My parents were born in latin america. Their parents were immigrants were armenian by ethnicity but were very american. We never liked gut clannish. I don't know i. There's no other way to describe it but there were probably fifty armenian families back then. So yeah and though i have Four siblings so there were five of us and we are one year apart and there were three boys and two girls while madaba busy busy. Mom and dad really didn't like each other that much but they liked having sex. I think they ended up getting divorced after we were all raised. Twenty four years later bought three brothers. I learned how to be tough. I learned to be funny. I was a tomboy. I learned sports but i think i loved still loved being girly and fashion for shirt.
"john warren" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And while this by the way while they went after, while also, Wallace had a tough game. He you know he He struggled in that game. But Wallace is the field corner and white is the boundary corner. They do not match up. Greg, Let's talk about Washington. You know, they got four first round picks on that d line. Chase. Young gets all the headlines, but I'm a huge Montez sweat fan. This is a team that That bullet is less than you know, 30% of the time. And yet they're third in the league with sacks. They got 36 12 games. What is their D line? Look like to you Who's the guy that's getting doubled most often. Well, it's a really good deal lined. I mean, the guy you didn't mention who I think is outstanding, Mr Ron pain and then we haven't even mentioned Jonathan Allen, who's a really good player, too. So they're They're very, very difficulty. It, uh to play against because each guy can win individually, So you know, you have to decide how you want to protect, you know, um When they line up. You know if they're gonna line up in their sub package, where you pretty much line up with Ah, pain and Alan over guards and then sweat and young outside, then you simply have to decide who's the center going to slide, too? And that can be be any number. You know that's based on a plate call, so you have to decide that you know, pain is also really good running stunts as the Looper where the end is actually the picker and he goes first. Contain loops around pain for a guy with that body type is really flexible, so they pose a lot of problems. Now. They didn't sack been Rafa's burger because Ben Roethlisberger just gets rid of the ball so quickly, but They've added some blitz packages over the last month or so that have been really effective. And you know, you know me. I watched the tape. So when I say something I'm not trying to be bolder, controversial. But since Landon Collins went out with the Achilles for the season, they've been playing number 31 Cameron curl at that safety at strong safety. Yeah, I think you'd really better than lay down. You know, he jumped out really in in the Thanksgiving Day game he was, I think over the place. I think he's played better than Landon Collins, and I think he's given them more versatility and flexibility of the strong safety position. Great work. They're from Greg Cosell, Adam Copeland, former Superball champion Dennis Brown and John Warren will be talking more about the football team from Washington. That game kicks off right here on KNBR 145. And 6 80 at 1 25 from Glendale, Arizona. Plenty more coming up can be are one of 45 and 6 80 year listening to the sports leader after the week month.
"john warren" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"John Warren police violence Police guys fall in white nationalist golden reckoning on race Is that the list of things because the Chinese Wuhan Red death Led to the economic collapse. They love this white nationalist boogie man that that lives under their beds, and I get it and they call everybody white nationalist just to fulfill their their dark fantasy. By the way, Buyten's little exercise yesterday was very dark, wasn't it? It was very threatening and very Morose it was. It was glum and gloomy and and and visions and apocalyptic future for the United States on it really was unlike the Republican convention, but that's where the news media described the Republican convention. And I love us White nationalists stuff. They just call everybody on the 17. Year old. Know it wasn't Andre Lie about everything. The guy that was shot in Portland was no, No, he wasn't They just lie about everything. It's pretty amazing that here's a great Joe Biden moment yesterday, and you hear him kind of slurring his speak sure every now and then is stepping on his tongue. I know I speak live on the radio for 15 hours a week. Every now and then you step on your tongue, but not every sentence or every other sense, and his speech is a bit slurred and and and and also he was squinting and looking off camera and couldn't focus on the teleprompter because it was apparently too far away, And they looked strained and stressed, And then he offered up this little nugget. Declining faith in the birth of the right American future. Yeah. Declining faith and the birth of the right American future, I believe is what he was saying. There. I rewound it a couple of times to see if it made sense. If you listen to more of it It didn't the birth of the right American future of the right American future. Exactly Take a break, and.
"john warren" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You going to shut down this week? I don't know. The All Arizona Daily, download. Jeff who? That's a guy named Flake. And guess what he's doing, because I am gravely concerned about the conduct and behavior of our customs. But I stand here today. Our hard who endorsed Joe Biden as the next president of the United States of America. Americans. Best days are ahead. Go, Joe, you say Go, Joe. He just sounds weak. He has always been weak. He's not one of my favorites never has voted with Trump most of the time because Trump actions Signalled something that was very conservative. His attitude signalled, basically, for everything else out there. That's not trump I know and a willingness to fight anything. Anybody anywhere anytime. So Flake delivered these remarks. Earlier this morning. Uh and he did it on purpose. Today's the first day of the Republican National Convention. So you know this was planned. He is a Republican. He decided to come out against Trump. It again. How? Let me just say this. It's so easy for Jeff Flake to come out against Trump today. Not in office. Now we're in office and you did it, then it would really men. So you look at somebody like Mitt Romney, and I don't think Romney will indoors. Biden, but he's not going to endorse. He's gonna He's gonna abstain if you will. Well, I mean, he could endorse he could endorse Joe Biden. That would be one guy that I think could do it. But when you're Jeff Flake, and you quit, by the way, because your poll numbers stunk, and you didn't think you could win, and I guess, a Trump America And you took your ball and you went home. What you could have done was trying get re elected and then stand against Donald Trump. That would have been the tough thing to do. The re elected Probably not there. Therein lies it. I'd rather quit while I'm ahead then then get smashed. And I don't think he was ever cut out for the job just wasn't his gig. He's not that guy. I see Ah, a lot of people in Congress who are looking at the list of former like Jim Kolbe against Arizona Congress. He's he's been there for all former He's been out for a while. I'm seeing a couple of senators Senator Gordon Humphrey. I don't know who that is all former Senator John Warren again all former right, So Jeff Flake leads the list of people that all former people are going for Joe Biden publicly. The all Arizona Daily download number one steal a doll. Get a payout. Yeah, payout indeed. Normally to drop her off. Baby sitting And the next, you know Officers hopping out the car window teller shooters in the face. I wouldn't put a cap in your head, so that's drive on Ames. You guys remember him and Aisha Harper. Last year that we're like a dollar store, and they had Taken a doll from the dollars one of the Children does. There was some other footage is well that went along there, they cops pulled him over in a parking lot. There's a lot of screaming people face down on the ground. It was it was chaos and craziness lot of foul language. And they got paid up. Almost 501 of the cops was fired by the Phoenix police. Uh, Jerry Williams, chief. I'm a month or so after the incident a few months after the incident, So here's the thing. No. Um I mean, I think you can point to this situation is there's a lot of people. That were in the situation doing something wrong. You had the parents and the kids. Something was stolen. They didn't pull the car over right away. I think that put the officers on guard. Why aren't they pulling? Why aren't they are pulling over? And then you had the bad language with the cops in front of the Children. I'm not really for that, either, but they get $500,000. That's thing's ever happened. I'm going to say it right there. You get 500. You get about 300 because in taxes, your attorney's taken some, but but weren't they Weren't they supposed to think they want like 10 million or something like that? They want 10 cats. Yet. They're not innocent in this whole thing, you know? I mean, there are the victims. You could say they're also victims, but they're still not innocent and it and it doesn't come from just a stolen doll. You watch the footage of the dollar story was a little girl walking out with a doll. I can totally I get it. Every raised on that. I've taken stuff back, right? You do it. Right. Why don't you pull over? Lisa behind you. Why don't you pull over if they tell you get out of the car. What are you reaching for? They tell the mom to get out of the car. She says. No, I've got my two kids here mean you gotta listen. The police, too, So I see. You know, in this situation, you could see that the officers did some things wrong. But these parents also did some things wrong, too. But at the end of the day, they got half a million dollars a million dollars half a million dollars a ton of money that is a ton of money wouldn't want Right here daily Della Brod. Parker and sons, plumbing and electrical Two time winner of the better Business Bureaus Ethics award..
"john warren" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Four canyon springs Dr John Hey John Warren John good morning in my yard I had also areas where yes a circle about the size of a silver dollar before I have to go around it in the middle of it is a hole about the size of a pencil what would be causing that okay so this is the whole but is not a mound the soil coming up correct now this is not a one casting well you know when we go out at the ranch area you know you can always but those game cameras out there and see what comes in and out it can be of numerous things that could be a a top of the B. type of a loss could be a tarantula could be numerous thanks okay your final answer yeah I'm I'm unless you see what's coming out it could be any of those pastas allowed worm castings now has not one is probably one of the okay thank you very much I thank you all right thanks for the call vision of that sometimes they get in the front yard I think it's a skunk yeah it is a really deposed as this is Los Angeles crest price guns because the phone forms or grubs and stuff like that and a totem of grubs the March Beatles ID call may beetles are June bugs in our big time early early again I wish you revision knowing now yeah so about may first between may one in June first if you're concerned about all those the growth potential grub damage and even the best well maintained lawn and that's where they're gonna go because that the roots of the turf grass you're gonna missiles succulent for them the defeat on so I think they're really makes the best grub insecticide out there as a huge picture of a grub on the bag but there's other ones as long as you get a general lawn granulated insecticide whiff of major picture of the of the big rock bottom but try to get something that's a little bit longer lasting because this timing thing is kind of out of whack that way it'll potentially take care of the insects for that three month time frame on their most prominent potentially feeding on those routes okay Mr live on Jan J. N. new Braunfels Cremona J. thank you hello J. okay so I got a very about space ages maybe eight twenty three years in the backyard and also there's got a bunch of us well it's in the trunk and some green up and down the trunk the top is not let me see now but those suckers show are what might be the problem so how good is your son how good is your soul out there do you see a lot of native pecans and then around your area yes Sir okay so you have pretty deep rich soul out there you know you know the cons are river bottom trees and the best ones you know have the best soul out there so what you're describing if you see a lot of young shoots coming from the bottom and the top is compromise are dead and that trees around five eight years old that means it's had previous issues are most likely to drought stress or other so for some reason the tree got compromise on the top and it goes back to the cone of juvenile in the back on the main trunk and the crown is putting all this energy back so if your top is pretty much dead you will run on any tree bid curreny other tree similar to what you're describing and you're only having flashes of soccer grow from the bottom and the top is pretty much is dying out you will unfortunately never have a nice tree again and it should be replaced I'm sorry can you have no explanation for what the glancing across my body the splits is sometimes just stress just a lot of the trees and we've been saying this for the last three years and I said this three years ago so we're gonna see a lot of stress related from all the droughts that we've had so as it all correlates some out of all these factors that that could show what you're saying there okay so thank you ma'am all right work with it all right thank you appreciate the call from new Braunfels rusty don't go away we're gonna come back and visit with you we have open lines at two one oh seven three seven twelve hundred one eight hundred three eight three nine six two four I don't know if the state decides who receives your property after you're gone and don't assume that your spouse or your kids.
"john warren" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He hasn't shaved is tie the hands of the government council not to do anything with writes in terms of pushing writes, hi affair through the first half of twenty twenty. So even if you end up with a whole case central Bank president, it's unlikely, they're gonna rip up the forward guidance on the fest. Two minutes. We've got John. I want to review the pecking order or the choice set if you will, of who the next person can be. There is also another job available the European Commission. Right. Yeah. And that's really what Europeans are worried about the cancel and the European Council as well. So one nation gets that and then the second choice is the executive branches of the European commissioning, these commissioners that look various positive in various parts of policy. And then someone sits on top of all of that, that show includes young, then you have the European Council. He gets replaced century, the European Council is all the nations and the lead is if those nations who get together and the someone that sits on top of that, that's Donald tusk the moment. Okay, so this. So there's a lot of talk about who will replace who. And what we play which place Germany would most like the talk is maybe perhaps Chancellor Merkel might like one of the jumps all year. Yes. She's been denying hasn't followed up on it. But it's being toke around that as for the yen's vitamin, of course of the pundits Bank is in the running. He's always in the running joke. Berko goes to the others Wiedeman, violence unlikely, it's unlikely that Degen let's get to it's help jobs, and that full you have to give it to someone else, I think most people in the Malki would, quote, Ben co tight the top job at the bay. We'll, we've had a Frenchie CB president. So with that ruled amount of he's been a good friend of Bloomberg on the economy and Bloomberg surveillance. I will state unequivocally. He has prodigious economic abilities of the vice chairman of the fed absolutely somebody who's more than quality as the guy the six round the governing council meetings and state begin paid the full Michief economists he would go through all of the economics, and then you would have to license Ben Wachovia, who would sit down and one about what is happening in financial markets. And I think that financial market knowledge now is so much important than it used to be. And it would be a big shame if we spend well code. Right. Well, we we're doing this and we're. Coming up to Mr Draghi with eurodollar right down one twelve sixty three coming to market at one sixteen long ago and far away. It's amazing how that his word also getting some US economic data. Yeah. Right now, let me bring that up, and we'll to eighteen on claims Tom just not an AGP grim number by any means not bad at all. I should note productivity a little bit of an ADB from three point six down to a first look. Three point five first quarter productivity three point four percent. That's of course. Very rich data set John Warren, Mike turret here, I can see there mowing the lawn in the back garden of Buckingham Palace. I can't see my dry and the screen by sent jockeys in Lithuania Knockin tiny that room is full of journalists. There is a, a cameraman right now, taking pictures of the podium, and there is no one sitting President Trump is still has an entered the. Room together with his own Toronto when he does he can find waken across and bring you that news conference, right here on Bloomberg radio ahead of all of that we get some data tomorrow, payrolls, Friday in the United States, the estimate one hundred eighty thousand from my previous rate at two sixty three I can tell you that the president has entered the room. President Trump has entered the room in Lithuania alongside the vice president Louis Louis stick indus-, and of course, the press chief to and next to President Trump is going to be the local central Bank governor of Lithuania as well. So they're standing there in the room as the governing council meeting has ended. And now we get the news conference in Lithuania, so many questions. The President Trump ACL Languedoc ACP precedent has managed to convince anyone that we need a tea depot right at the bay, what munition do they have left is forward guidance out to the first half of twenty twenty and noth- to stimulate anything when no one expects them to hike rights for a long, long time, anyway. So a head of this one. Eurodollar once sixty-seven positive four tenths of one percent. The banks initially rallying of the back of the decision from around about forty five minutes ago yields higher on Boone's. They were higher on BT pays as well going into this, then I can tell you that yields on German puns right now on NIA record lows on ten negative twenty three. Two year up three basis points, the negative sixty seven here is the president of the Mario Draghi. To.
"john warren" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"However, I know that Ohio Kentucky Indiana is not gaining population and is draining toward Georgia, North Carolina and Florida, and if you're west of the Mississippi, California is losing population to Nevada and Arezzo and Utah New Mexico because the taxes are too high the rules are too much. So instinctively we know where to go. So may I use the term foreigners wanna come to America? Despite all the cries of the radical left this and those in America, we don't want to move to Mississippi. It's because that's not where -tunities, and I think the problem are you concerned that though most kids under thirty consider socialism a better economic system than capitalism. I know because I don't believe they do I think that they say that about every generation that they just don't have the same values as we do. But again, look at where these kids are moving to I speak on college campuses, all the time. And and I always asked the kids. Okay. Where are you moving to college? Most often I hear Los Angeles San Francisco, I'll here New York a lot. Okay. These may be liberal cities. But they're the most relentlessly capitalist cities on earth that the meritocracy in Hollywood America ninety percent Silicon Valley businesses die in New York. You're one bad miss deal way from being fired these kids love capitalism and notice how every hotel brand in the United States in the world is creating brand specifically geared toward these young kids who allegedly like socialism. Well, sorry, if they were truly socialist, they wouldn't be viewed as such a great market sell to Mark my words, and we're gonna live to see this. The millennials will be the richest generation in the history of the rich. Nation in the history of the world until the generation that succeeds them that people say is socialist eclipses, then Americans love creating well, that's what we're doing John Warren Buffett it was on squawk box days ago. And he said, I don't know about the terrified right now the markets and free fall is not doing. Well. I know one thing in three years and five years ten years twenty years America will be richer more prospers, they'll be more assets than we've ever had before he says, the stock market is cheap, and it's getting cheaper because of interest rates, and you have the same optimistic attitude is Warren Buffett, don't you? I do and I feel like we should look you. And I don't agree with with Warren Buffett on everything, but he is brilliant in. Why is he so rich today? He's rich. He's been buying from pessimists all of his life as he said, I buy stocks. No matter the president is unless you know, something that the rest of us, don't when you bet against the American people, you lose Warren buffet for doesn't again, he doesn't agree with us on everything. But he's had undying optimism in the genius of the United States of the peop- the productive people then and it's award and him. Well, I think it's full hardy for us to suddenly say, oh, these people have lost it away. I don't buy it. They keep innovating. My goodness company. Went public. The quite literally allows the common man to tap a button and a car and driver will show up to take him somewhere. Do you realize when the twentieth century? Dawn cars were rare than millionare's and there were very few millionaires. Now capitalism has made a possible. I summon drivers life gets better all the time. And that's what Warren Buffett keeps commenting not. Lastly in the next few weeks. How do you see this playing out with tariffs? Trump has been singing the same hymn book for years and decades about about China. How do you see this playing out say in June and July? Well, I also I see it working out and raising this of the stock market is much more powerful than nuclear weapons, and it's much more powerful than any president of the United States. Donald Trump does not want to run in twenty twenty with a stock market. That's much lower than this today. He also does not want to run with the economy week. Sorry. Open markets are what drive economic growth. And so the incentive the onus is on him to get whatever dealing can to save face and move on these if he doesn't he's not gonna have is good of a story to tell in twenty twenty John Tammy how do the American people. Get a hold of us real clear. Markets dot com. What else real clear markets, freedomworks dot org. You can you can find me at Forbes dot com. You can find me everywhere. But thank you. Grabbed me on and all you listeners. Never forget that. Because you're here you on the lottery. No, complaining, John. You're only four percent of the American people only four percent of the world's population are Americans, and we hit the lottery by being in four percents being born here. We've already got a leg up on almost everyone else in the entire world. You'd better believe it, John. You're a great American. Thanks for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and God bless America. Thank you very much continue with more. Bill Cunningham here. The great American live with you. Every sunday..
"john warren" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"However, I know that Ohio Kentucky Indiana has not gaining population and is draining toward Georgia North Carolina and Florida, and if you're west of the Mississippi, California is losing population to Nevada and Arizona and Utah New Mexico because the taxes are too high the rules are too much. So instinctively we know where to go. So may I use the term foreigners wanna come to America? Despite all the cries of the radical left us and those in America, we don't want to move to Mississippi. It's because that's not we're opportunity is. And I think the prob are you concerned that though most kids under thirty consider socialism a better economic system than capitalism. No. Because I don't believe they do. I think that they say that about every generation that they just don't have the same values as we do. But again, look at where these kids are moving to speak on college campuses, all the time. And and I always ask the kids moving to Africa. Most often I hear loss Angeles all your San Francisco here New York a lot. Okay. These may be liberal cities. But they're the most relentlessly capitalist cities on earth that the meritocracy in Hollywood ninety percent Silicon Valley businesses die in New York. You're one bad miss deal way from being fired these kids love capitalism and notice how every hotel brand in the United States in the world is creating brand specifically geared toward these young kids who allegedly like socialism. Well, sorry, if they were truly socialist, they wouldn't be viewed as such a great market sell to Mark my words, and we're gonna live to see this. The millennials will be the richest generation in the history of the richest nation in the history of the world until the generation that succeeds them, the people say is socialist eclipses then American beloved creating well, that's what we're doing John Warren Buffett he was on squawk box days ago. And he said, I don't know about the terrified right now the markets. Free. Fall is not doing. Well. I know one thing and three years in five years ten years. Twenty years America will be richer more prospers, they'll be more assets than we've ever had before he says, the stock market is cheap, and it's getting cheaper because of interest rates, and you have the same optimistic attitude is Warren Buffett, don't you? I do. And and I feel like we should look you. And I don't agree with with Warren Buffett on everything, but he is brilliant in. Why is he so rich today? He's rich. He's been buying pessimists all of his life as he says stocks, no matter who the president is unless you know, something that the rest of us don't when you bet against the American people. Lose Warren buffet for he doesn't again, he doesn't agree with us on everything. But he's had undying optimism in the genius of the United States of the peop- productive people in knits award. And I'm well, I think it's full hardy for us to suddenly say, oh, these people lost their way. I don't buy it. They keep innovating. My goodness. A company went public quite literally allows the common man to tap a button and a car and driver will show up to take him somewhere. Do you realize when the twentieth century? Don cars were rare millionare's and there were very few millionaires. Now capitalism has made a possible for us to summon drivers life gets better all the time. And that's what Warren Buffett keeps comment. In the next few weeks. How do you say this playing out with the tariffs? Trump has been singing out of the same hymn book for years and decades about about China. How do you see this playing out say in June and July? Well, I also see it working out in raising. This of the stock market is much more powerful than nuclear weapons, and it's much more powerful than any president of the United States. Donald Trump does not want to run in twenty twenty with a stock market. That's much lower than today. Does not want to run with the economy week. Open markets are what drive economic growth, and so the incentive the onus is on him to get whatever dealy can to save face and move on. Because if he doesn't he's not gonna have is good of a story. Tell in twenty twenty John Tammy how do the American people get ahold of us real clear markets dot com. What else? Real clear markets, freedomworks dot org. You can you can find me at Forbes dot com. You can find me everywhere. But. Thank me on. And all you listeners. Never forget that. Because you're here you on the lottery. No complain you John only four percent of the American people only four percent of the world's population are Americans and we hit the lottery by being four percents being born here. We've already got a leg up on almost everyone else in the entire world. He better believe it, John. You're a great American. Thanks for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and God bless America. Thank you very much continue with more. Bill Cunningham here. The great American live with you. Every sunday. This.
"john warren" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Who allegedly like socialism. Well, sorry, if they were truly socialist, they wouldn't be viewed as such a great market sell to Mark my words, and we're gonna live to see this. The millennials will be the richest generation in the history of the richest nation in the history of the world until the generation that succeed them that people say is socialist eclipses then American beloved creating well, that's what we're doing John Warren Buffett he was on squawk box days ago. And he said, I don't know about the terrified right now the markets. Free. Fall is not doing well. But I know one thing in three years and five years ten years twenty years America will be richer more prosperous, they'll be more assets than we've ever had before he says, the stock market is cheap and is getting cheaper because of interest rates, and you have the same optimistic attitude as Warren Buffett, don't you? I do. And and and and I feel like we should look you. And I don't agree with Warren Buffett on everything, but he is brilliant in. Why is he so rich today he's rich because he's been buying from pessimists all of his life as he said, I buy stocks. No matter who the president is unless you know, something that the rest of us, don't when you bet against the American people, you lose Warren buffet for doesn't again, he doesn't agree with us on everything. But he's had undying optimism in the genius of the United States of the peop- the productive people within and it's award. And I'm well, I think it's foolhardy for us to suddenly say, oh, these people have lost it away. I don't buy it. They keep innovating. My goodness. A company went public. The quite literally allows the common man to tap a button and a car and driver will show up to take him somewhere. Do you realize when the twentieth century? Dawn cars were rare the millionaires and there were very few millionaires. Now capitalism has made it possible. For us to summon drivers life gets better all the time. And that's what Warren Buffett keeps comment in the next few weeks. How do you see this playing out with the tariffs? Trump has been singing out of the same hymn book for years and decades about about China. How do you see this playing out say in June and July? Well, I also see it working out in raising. This of the stock market is much more powerful than nuclear weapons, and it's much more powerful than any president of the United States. Donald Trump does not want to run in twenty twenty with a stock market. That's much lower today. Also does not want to run with the economy week. No sorry. Open markets are what drive economic growth. And so the incentive the onus is on him to get whatever Dealey can to save face and move on these if he doesn't he's not going to have is good of a story to tell and twenty twenty John.
"john warren" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He's a Bloomberg business world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett on Monday stock market rally. Stocks bouncing back from the worst week of the year right now, the s&p is up thirty five up one point three percent. The Dow up one hundred forty five up six tenths of one percent. Boeing shares. They're down six point six percent. Nasdaq up one hundred thirty five up one point eight percent tendered on five thirty seconds yield two point six four percent. Gold down five tenths of one percent. Twelve ninety two the outside. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you, Charlie. Senator and democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren says she'll break up giant tech companies like Google Facebook and Amazon if she's elected in order to keep the marketplace competitive joining me is Jennifer EA, Bloomberg intelligence senior litigation analysts. So John Warren said that when someone gets excessive market dominance, they start to destroy the market competition. Does she have a point because I mean, Google is a verb. Already and who could compete with Google or Facebook. Well, I'll say is a matter of antitrust law, Nick. No, she doesn't really have a point because you know, after many many many years of of lawsuits and study and application of the law to to business. You know, what the supreme court has said more than once is that market, dominance alone is not anticompetitive and doesn't kill competition, but market dominance, coupled with bad conduct in conduct that would foreclose other competitors that can violate the antitrust laws, and I think in terms of just a blanket blanket statement that that dominance in one area in one sector destroys other competition is is just not really, you know, most economists would tell you that you just you just can't say that that it's going to be a case by case basis, and it's going to depend on the companies, and how that marketplace operates how difficult would it be to do because she points to president teddy Roosevelt trust busting. There's the break up of AT and T in the late eighties. There's glass steagle which dealt with banks. It's been done before it has been done before. But when you think about taking a company, and breaking it up you have to look at the structure of that company, and how well integrated that company is to begin with in this case, you have these internet platforms that are considered multisided platforms. And it means both sides of the businesses to some extent, depend on the other and the success of the other. And and one of the things that provides a good consumer benefit and free service. It's free to search on Google and lower prices on Amazon and free to participate in Facebook is the fact that they leverage some of these other sides business in the advertising side. So you know, when you think about AT and T it is widely thought of as a fairly successful break-up. But one of the one of the very few. And in that case, it may have been that. It was just an easier to separate out the businesses that were at issue. In fact, AT and T is the one when it thought that it would be losing in court that suggested that option separating those the local telephone service from the long distance rather than what what was actually being sought by the plaintiffs in that case. So so they thought it feasible, but it isn't always feasible for a very well integrated company to be able to just break apart, and then continue to offer the consumer benefits that it offers, and it will ruin many of the efficiencies that are built in want to get your reaction to something. She said what she proposes is to prohibit platforms from both offering a marketplace for commerce and participating in the marketplace. So she said you can be an empire a platform or you can own teams. But you can't be an empire and own one of the teams that's in the game. So in other words, in with the Facebook's tie with what's app, you would you would just separate or Amazon's purchase of whole. Foods. No go where I thought about that analogy for quite a long time because I just don't actually see it as particularly applicable because sports and sports teams are very different than business. And if you think about business for in many, many different industries, many types of different the industries and platforms and sectors for many years companies have competed as well as done business with their rivals. You know, this is the way business generally works, and it would be very odd to meet to separate out internet platforms. From everything else. I mean think about it. When you go to the grocery store, the grocery stores selling product, but it also has its own private label products on the shelves competing with the branded products offered by the grocery store, Costco, for example, has its own brand. I can think of so many other examples in agriculture in beef processing and chicken in many different industries. This is how business thrives, and it would be too arbitrary to me to have a different kind of a rule for tech and internet platforms. Well, we'll see where it goes. It's come very popular. It's yes, come popular to break to the idea of breaking them up, but let's turn to a current merger. Last Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission paused in its review of T Mobile's purchase of sprint which has been under review for eight months. What's happening? Well, you know, I think this is probably not a good sign for the deal. Now. Now, the fact that they paused is really largely procedural because they got a whole tranche of new documents and analyses by T mobile and sprint that they really needed time to look at and they needed to get out to the marketplace and get comments from from third parties. So they needed the time and they stopped the clock. And that's generally what they do. But the fact is after eight months as you've just mentioned to now supply new analysis and new information suggests to me that the old arguments aren't really working very well. And that T mobile is having a struggle convincing. The regulators that this deal is not anticompetitive. So that is probably a bad sign for the deal. We've talked about this before about whether it's anti-competitive it would combine. The third and fourth largest US wireless providers in itself that seems to be a really tough argument to make and in fact twice before that kind of deal. It wasn't always three and four. But that kind of deal has been attempted and failed in front of these regulators the FCC in the department of Justice. I think this deal is a really close call June because from just a pure straightforward textbook antitrust perspective. It looks like an anticompetitive deal. Now where deal might have the tendency to cause harm in the marketplace, which I think this deal, superficially, suggests the companies have the option of showing the pro-competitive efficient side of that deal and the benefits that will come out of that deal. And if the regulators think those benefits will outweigh the potential for harm that deal can still get cleared. But you know, I I don't know a deal that has won out on that. And I think they have a tough argument here. And I think the odds aren't great now. That's the FCC. That's put it on hold. Do. We know what's happening. The department of Justice with its review so they're still in the middle of their review, and they must have some sort of a timing agreement with the companies because at this point, I would think that they have finished the indepth requests for information. Call the second request. And usually what happens is once the company's finish, it it gives the DOJ only thirty days, and I think we've probably past that point. So the company's likely entered into a timing agreement. We don't know the terms of that agreement. So we don't know where they are in their time clock. But the head of the DOJ's anti-trust division has said that they are working closely with the FCC and somewhat aligning with the FCC. So I think we'll probably see decisions around.
"john warren" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Three girls. Eight hundred two two two five to two. Here's what I'd like to address with our caller's president. Doing this with Ethan Bearman a bit earlier, and I'm gonna get your opinion on this. The top one tenth of one percent this year. I let's see they're going to pay about three point two percent of their total wealth in taxes upkeep, everything going and Senator Elizabeth Warren announced an exploratory committee for president last month. That is defending her new proposal that would ramp up taxes on the highest earners, and we have missile Cossio Cortez suggesting that there should be a wealth tax on billionaires billionaire wealth tax. So the question is do you think that's a good idea about idea, and I have my own feelings about it are billionaires freeloaders like Elizabeth Warren and a copy of Cortez's saying are they freeloaders or have they created millions of jobs and created dynamism in the economy and invested in our system and benefited from it. Either case should they be expected to sorta contribute given their good fortune. And are they contributing enough? What do you say? Well, the last thing that comes to my mind when I hear the word billionaire is free loader the last thing, I would think so no. Most of the time when you hear about a billionaire a lot lot of times, they are hard working. They put in a lot of sweat equity. They put in hard long hours. They've created something from nothing. I mean, a lot of times people could inherit money or whatever. And you know, a lot of times that's just luck of the draw. But a lot of these people that have created businesses. They put in long hours, they work hard. They come up with something that people want or need jobs. Yeah. They create lots of jobs. They create lots of jobs, and you know, they provide healthcare, and they create jobs, and they put money back into the economy, and they create jobs for people who then put their money back into local economy, and it just it. It's all part of the bigger world that we all live in audio on this. This Elizabeth Warren. Yes, let's hear from her. What I want is. I want these billionaires to stop being freeloaders them to pick up their fair share. That's how we make a system that works. More getting back to the fair share thing all of us. We're going back to the fair share thing again. So okay. So fair share meant taking your money or your income. So we've all gotten used to income taxes, but well tax should there be a wealth tax. And let's examine what that means. That means some percentage of the money, you've spent your life accumulating you're forced to give it back governance could take it. They just got to keep going to rip it off. And my concern is while I am deeply troubled that not just the billionaires. But all the folks in Silicon Valley that have benefited from the technological revolution of our recent history are not actively involved in their communities, not giving back money, not getting politically involved in their community and ways to solve problems like homelessness and housing solve those problems with this form coalitions with the government get in there, but to sit on the sideline and just benefit from the state of California and sit on high and just critically evaluate and pushed political agendas without participating and without giving charitably. I've a huge problem with that. I have a huge problem with that too. But I thought a lot of billionaires do give charitably because it's it's part of a. Isn't that always the joke by the end of the year? A lot of rich people give to charity because it takes down their tax burden. I believe Mr. Bezos has not given much money at all. And. Going in in the the it forces the question if like being I don't like forcing anybody to give up their money. Just like, I wouldn't look at you and be like, drew. You should five said force you to give up fifty percent of your hard earned money, right? I don't like the idea that you're forcing somebody who has earned money. Whether you're there's ten grand a year to our income all the time. Well, I know that, but the wealth tax, I so the wealth tax means you've you have saved you have an US now, but people go it's billionaires they got plenty of reserve. Here's my point your next your once? The government gets a foot in the door, a wealth tax dialing of one kind of government that issues a wealth tax and takes property away from their citizens, and that is to talibanism. It's the only from socialism hairiness from wanting to give to the know any other form of government does that. So you tell me good thing. Bad thing. I am upset the billionaires. And those that have benefited from what California's created in Silicon Valley are not actively participating because we have we are. We're breaking down to California. We need citizens foreign coalitions with the government money. How about this? How how I don't like the fact that somebody's trying to impose a wealth tax where they just because you've made a lot of money that they're that. They're right. Punish you gonna stop there? Because isn't this the land of the free the home of the brave? This is where you come to be an entrepreneur and and to to make money into do good, right? This is the land of dreams where you can become something from nothing. This is what the. Any country, maybe China that takes your? Thanks. So how instead of thinking take away money because you're rich and giving it to another population or doing what the government with whatever they want to do with it redistribute, which I don't like redistributing redistributing these guys give themselves say, but what I'm saying is how about we come up with plans and work with people who are billionaires and maybe come up with incentives tours. Hey, if you donate, maybe we can match one for one or maybe we can give you some a tax break on something else or some calls. Your matthew. Go ahead. Hey, I just want to say, you know, the wealth tax. They're proposing is only one percent on income or wealth. Above fifty million dollars is a fifty billion fifty million right million. It only affects like seventy five thousand families in the whole country forty nine Matthew hold on percent on over. Right. That's gotta get the money back from these people who have collected it up on the backs of everybody else. Did it all by your next? All I can tell you is. I guarantee you I know government operates your next you got that pair yourself. Prepare yourself. Have you had? Number will start tax. We're talking about the wealth tax year. Not the income who decides will wealth is income taxes, we pay income. And we will all play wealth tax. That's how the income. Yes. Soon after fifty million dollars following again. Matthew, listen to listen to me. Correct. As it pertains to right now. Right. What are you kidding me? What's happening in the future? You guys are trying to predict what's going to happen. Whoops. Going to happen. Right. Well, say automatically it's gonna go reach down to people who make a million a hundred wrong about your look at your history. Outcasted us look government hadn't done that historically. I wouldn't say that Zach. And by the way, you keep in mind, Matthew, I'm the guy that's in favor of forcing these guys to give back. I'm in favor of it. I just worry about the government getting their foot in the door with the citizens where they have the privilege prop thirteen start saying the business. They're gonna come after the homeowners, even though they say, they're not where they always do Carol. Go ahead. Carol. Carol. Good. I hear you. Okay. Okay. Well, in my opinion, we're at a point where I believe that a flat tax would be more realistic for everyone. Because then then it's simple funny. Where every like if you did a fifteen percent across the board, you know, remove all these deductions renew corporations from having tax breaks by leaving their money overseas. Bring the money that you're talking about. Okay. You're talking about tax reform generally that that's not the question on the table. It really isn't. Because that's not what's being proposed. Is Dr drew because I'll tell you why did you try to define people who make a certain amount of money like fifty million or more? And you say we're singling you out. You're going to be expected to pay this much more you discourage people from being honest about their taxes. You can't do that you have to make it something where people want to pay tribute. And right now, you're you're making it were all what's the point in doing that I need to just money put it away start? That sound businesses. He's got a point. Should we have tax reform is a bigger beer beer question. And John's asking the question that I was sort of asking Matthew, John go ahead. Yeah. How you doing? All right. Let me ask you. Let me ask John Warren Buffett like twenty five thousand seven every minute. Yeah. Bill Gates makes twenty look it up. You'll make twenty three thousand every minute. Yeah. How much is too much? That's the question. Maybe who did who decided let me let me this. Okay. That's y'all sitting over there. And talk about what happened the rich people got the pay this. They got more money. Juliet go ahead. I believe that there should be a graduated income tax. And there is. Yeah. But it's not it doesn't go high enough. So that's not the question on the table. Let's talk to Brian. Go ahead. Brian. You're you're worried you're putting this idea that they're coming for the staff to the billionaires. Hold on hold on. I can't hear you already. Come. And go ahead. Go ahead. You're worried they're going to be coming for you next after they come for the billionaires over fifty fifty million, right? But they're already coming for the normal people by dismantling the safety. Nets by cutting back social security by cutting back all these other services. They're already doing it. Why not focus on that? Instead of something that's not likely to happen. Which is a fifty million dollar tax might beating down to me. So so I wanna make sure I hear you. So you're saying the the restriction of the welfare state is that what you're saying. Is it the medical stuff? What what is it? You're taking aim at. Trying to get people. You're trying to get people to protect the billionaires. Because you say they're going to be coming to you next. Just let me be let me be clear. I am not into protecting the billionaires. My position is I'm concerned about giving a government totalitarian power. I'm concerned about giving a government the capacity the right to take your property because if you give them the the right to take money from the billionaires what's gonna give them off, but stops them from taking money from the middle class say it's pragmatic, of course..
"john warren" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Not one hundred percent is we know but getting closer to it and still playing at a very high level here a little bit more on traces situation from his Papa the head coach Wayne tinkle before we go any further. We want to get our scoreboard up paid in presented by Nissan. The twenty nine thousand nine Nissan rogue one solid defender. Nissan, proud supporter of college athletics on the Pac twelve scoreboard. Washington. Rallied to beat Washington state in Pullman, seventy two to seventy USC hammered, California in Berkeley, eighty nine to sixty six UCLA with an early eleven to nine lead at Stanford. Arizona state and Utah just getting underway. Congratulations to Pat Bailey's Bieber. Baseball team now to wanting today nine to three. Bryce fumble. Eight innings of one hit one run baseball. Alex mcgarry has five Rb is in two games. New coming shortstop Bo Philip homerun today as did Adly Richmond, the bieber's oh and playing tomorrow again down in surprise, John Warren, we'll have the call on many of our network stations. Ron Callan will add the call Monday night here in another shell out crowd for another civil war that'll make three civil wars and three straight soft in a few day period, perhaps unprecedented and the gray rivalry between the two schools Ron with a civil war. A war report coming up as our pre game show. Brought to you by les. Schwab tires shutters continues on the beaver sports network from learfield. IMG college..
"john warren" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Open for Nathan MacKinnon and lock is able to get from right to left and make the same eight giant juicy. Tasty delicious rebound for Nathan MacKinnon who almost had two goals in the span of a minute and ten seconds. And how lock make some much-needed save for Boston. Nineteen twenty three to go in the second period. Shots are fourteen seven ads. They also have a one nothing lead. Kevin Miller and thought he was supposed to stay on the ice. He's not supposed to. So he makes his way to the bench. Out there right now for Boston is John Warren, Brandon Carlo. It's the Chari line Wagner. And Sean Corelli. Third-line out there for the app center by Matt Calvert at the moment. He's there just to take the face off. He loses it to chart. Beans center ice, Faisal berry intercepts tries to get it for coward pass wizard escapes rally. Spins waiting for John More. More for Carlo in the foreign owner Boston going right to left here in the second period. They roll it right on saving Varlamov, you'll handed off your tights. And barrett. Matviyenko to induce only for Soderbergh return pass Fernando behind that Calvary. By the Bruins. They turned over at center, though, antenna tag up MENDIETA was deep in the corner to candling in his own zone is Patrick and. Dumb it down to the far corner. Sarasota, reaching report has a center in casper and get it off. Now, Ryan graves Rosa towards the cage. Bouncing Calvert throws it in front of the net. Alexander Kerpen fresh off the bench got a good attempt on goal. Dora cans? Off the walk Ritchie intercepts for Boston. Brennan Carlo looking forward skates crate and the ads are really taken away at center ice pass bathrooms door perfect offside outside. The tag iphone Wilson's prince back to get out of the pool and time and things were back to normal. The bruins. Doc, stick handling posture. Not further slot, and it rolled off the end of his blade. Ryan grave takes over chips. It down ice on Wilson is their office skate of a Bruin. Now, it's picked up by Tori crew projector bras that pass incomplete. Shoveled four by comfort taken over by David posture NAR. Grew once again for Boston at his own blue line out of the neutral zone. Bruins are offside. Mckinnon now has three goals five assists in six of his last nine games. Eight points. Total rantanen. With an assist today would have four four eight six and ten. Convert does have an he had to go yesterday as two points in two games for JT comfort. Here's AJ career still searching for his first career NHL goal hasn't come just yet. Dispossess crew will bring it forward for Boston off the end wall, and it's going to be icing against the home side. For the Bruins. This is their eleventh of fourteen sets of back to back games a season entering today. Six four and one six one and two in game two of those series. This is eight of eleven for the ads three three into in game. One three three and one in game two of the back to backs. Face off to the left of Yaroslava lock. Mccain will chase RIC. It's possession handed off for Landon. Scott nearside circle winds. Fires state made by rebound picked up by Miller bruises behind his net leaves that can pass in the corner. Now group has it down ice. Lucked out here. Come the Bruins Frederick Trent. Frederick winds. Fires. Hey.
"john warren" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The moment you stop air for questions about free agency. People will stop asking. If you just tell them. That's question right now. I'm focused on the team that I'm playing with. And when you get championship here with this team, rather, it's Golden State with Kevin Durant or Boston, Kyrie Irving. But when you saved up like, well, I don't know, man. We're glad to see what happens check with me or July. First it's like, you're leaving the door open for more people to engage you or free agency talks when you have all the power to shut down the talk by saying, I am not commenting on free agency. Right now, my focus is on the team that I'm playing on. Let's leave it at that. If you asked me about free agency. I will not entertain nor answer your question. But they don't choose to do that. And I don't grasp the concept. Why? I just think that he just loves the drama. And here's the thing. I it it should be pretty obvious because it's obvious for me from Klay Thompson standpoint, I expect him to be what they're gonna say warriors next year. I think he wants to continue to try to win championships. We're K D. It's a mystery. And it really shouldn't be. Championship situation. I'd hold on to everything possible to hold onto a championship situation. It'd be happy with it. But he doesn't seem happy. That's that's my whole thing. But the thing is it's okay. To be a mystery. It should be a mystery mystery last year with LeBron. Yes. Okay. And and that's the thing that you have to be you have to be confident with an understanding that like kyri said, but in different shit. You don't know anybody anything, I don't have to tell you what I'm thinking. As far as the free agency is concerned. I can be thinking I'm going to New York. How can be picking come? Stay in Boston. I'm thinking I'm saying and Golden State, but that's my that's my bitch. Don't so it been a mystery. It's probably better than anything else. But the more that you entertain these questions, and they get upset when media members continue to engage you about these questions, even though you continue to give them what they want. I don't grasp it. Yeah. Either Chicago made the move as they central Corey Parker as well as Bobby Portis to Washington for auto porter. When I say auto, Puerto, what comes to mind for you. 'cause I think all those a heck of a player match player that's questionable. You know? He was a player for Washington and his role there. But it remains to be seen what he's capable of doing. He was playing with one of the best guard combinations in the league in John. Warren, Bradley Beal, but. We don't know what kind of player Arnaud Puerto can be. We don't know what is potentially it. But, you know, Chicago Chicago, obviously saw something there. So that remains to be seen. I don't there's nothing that really comes to my mind. What comes to my mind is the next contract. 'cause I remember having this conversation before he was paid. And if you're the Washington Wizards, do you match auto Puerto out because now you're killing a lot of your financial flexibility moving forward, and they chose to and they kind of put them in a quarter. So yesterday, what you saw from the Washington Wizards was not the fact they didn't like auto porter as a person or player. It was more base salary dumb. Understanding look we mean some sort of some sort of cap relief moving forward and auto porter was the easiest contract to get rid of. But in from Chicago standpoint, now, Zac LeVine, and that contract along auto porter AD now that's almost fifty percent of your your salary is I'm just trying to figure out and I've talked about this yesterday. And we're talking about here tonight. It just trying to figure out what the plan is for Chicago. Because with this move you've moved out of the top three top four for the draft. So you're not gonna get Zion or RJ Baird and these other guys, so I just I'm just trying to find out what the plan is. Because to me, if you if you think that'll porter is going to be a guy now, I know he was a piece with Beal and wall, but they're trying to give expectations auto poor. Like, he can be the man with Zach LeVine. That's still it's still. That's the issue that you run into. Quite often. Especially in the NBA. We acquaint a contract with production. So because Arnold porter is a max player, right. Financial? Purposes people are going to want to put her average twenty five points a game. That's not who he is. That's not who we enor- is that why Washington Wizards gave him in contract. And you know, it's funny gay hood. You just said about the Chicago Bulls eye wondering what the plan is moving forward. How long have you been saying that? Says Jordan left right, right? There are a lot of things in this league. Kind of moving by the seat of their paying without a legitimate plan. Moving forward. It's interesting to watch because you can see Philadelphia has the plane. Philadelphia has a plan by the moves that they made acquiring Tobias. Here's acquiring Bo bond trading for Jimmy Butler, and now acquiring Jonathan Simmons is they they have a plan. The plan is have played as to what they are trying to accomplish. And there are a lot of teams right now that don't have a plan and are making what what you would consider lateral mooks. Elden brands made had more moves in a year than John Paxson had has hadn't ten years, right? It more impactful moose Eddie year. What do you? What do you think of of Toronto making that move a d by having Mark assault on the team training? Valentinus? How much better is Toronto today as before? Compared to yesterday. You know, what for me? I'm a big. I'm a big. I'm a big guy on chemistry and balanced. Units has been there. You know, he's been there and Marcus saw is extremely talented. And I think a lot of their tested do with how well does Marcus all blend in with how Lowry with Danny green with quiet, Leonard. But bigger and more important, I think Jerry trying to send a message to quiet literature that we are all in trying to give you the help that you need to win. Now. So do you believe that they have are on the same wavelength or have they surpass Philadelphia for the moves that they may or me I thought you wanna was the best team in east? I said that before the year started I've been they were the best team in Philadelphia made some great moves but Philadelphia heading had things figured out with Jimmy Butler yet. You know, it's still kinda influxes where Jimmy Butler fit because a couple of weeks ago. He was upset about his his role offensively. So now, you're bringing it to bioterrorist a guy who was the Los Angeles Clippers not only leading score, but led the clippers and still go attempts as well. So now, basically what you're asking is four guys that are used to being the number one option. Maybe Ben Simmons the number two option. You're basically asking guys to take one two and three steps backwards because they're gonna play through Joel beat play. Joel Embiid after that who are they going to play for are they gonna play through Ben Simmons and ask. Jimmy butler. It'd be the third option and Jimmy brothers and third option. Now, you're asking Tobias Harris to be the four pocket. So it's gonna take a lot of sacrifice for that chemistry that come together. But one through five they have the best starting five. Most talented starting five in the Eastern Conference eighty this is serious question now because of how Sacramento's been playing so far in the first half. We get ready for the all star week, and then the LA clippers as well are the Lakers because of the lack of moves are the Lakers a playoff team that top eighteen by the time. We add this show earlier in the year. And I told you I thought L A would be seven eight or nine feet, right? Seven eight or nine. And now, you know for me a lot of it has to do with how well. These young guys can put everything that just transpired in the last ten days behind. They can't because if they can put it behind them and continue to move forward and build on what they were doing prior to LeBron James injury. Yeah. There's definitely going to be a playoff team. But this is a team like you said that is looking sideways at each other looking sideways at LeBron understanding, you know, what do you don't really want me here? And then they can't get past. What has transpired in the last day did paint can easily for out of the top eight? Is it my TV or is Paul George an MVP candidate? Oh, come on. Now, you already know that. TV? He is he is performing. Playing really well. And there's something to be said in this league for being comfortable. And what I mean by comfortable is now free agency is no longer issue. He's not concerned with where he's going to spend the next three years of his career because he signed, but Oklahoma City and the honesty when I interviewed him this summer, what did the things he talked about it? I'll be more comfortable now than I possibly have ever been in my career. Because now, I know my role I'm playing with guys that I enjoy playing with and now free agency is not an issue anymore, and you can see this is the most comfortable that caused York's has looked at any point in his career. Yeah. I love I love watching them perform is what we saw from the Pacers. And you know, what you were telling me about Russell Westbrook where you said that he was still be able to be the Russell Westbrook that we are used to. But I just I see more of a give and take now because Paul droid or really shining, and it works it works. Well for them. Excuse me. Do the Russell Westbrook. That were used to is the triple double Russell Westbrook right now. He's sitting no seven straight Trump. Team has won eight of nine you're playing really well. Russell Westbrook understands. He does not have to be superman every single night. Now, he doesn't have to get fifty point triple doubles or thirty point triple doubles right now, averaging twenty point triple double and taking a step back as far as its users rate is concerned. This lowest users rate in the past decade. So he's allowing other guy to be who they are Steven Adams. He's having a career year. Paul George is having a career year. Jeremy grant is having a career year. Dennis Schroder has been in as a starting point guard that comes off the bench and a lot of that has to do with Russell, Westbrook's recognition and understanding that for this team could be a good as they can be. I don't need to be who I always been any taking a step back and allowance guy to flourish. And it's definitely benefitting the state. Well, I'll tell you what. This trade deadline has been really interesting. I'm looking forward to seeing what the second half brings especially with the bucks they able to get mirror Tich. So that's my add extra shooting because y'all all the bucks do is shoot the ball from the outside, and John is able to dominate so that's this Eastern Conference as much as we focus on the Golden State Warriors being the best would really five all stars really on the floor at the same time. The walkie Toronto Boston not doing anything. But stale still standing, Pat and solid and filled out. Really interesting to me. Yeah. Right. Right. I it's going to be a I'm glad that the trade deadline is fast. You know, all the speculation of what may happen. What might happen? You know, people filling up your time line with that trade kicker trading. This guy straight Bagai trays that you know, will never happen. I'm just it's nice to see the dust settles and teams move on and start building for the last twenty or thirty games here. Well, if you see Alvin gentry give them adapt for me. This is this is tough times for him..
"john warren" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And so on today's show we're talking about the difference between Roth IRA's and traditional IRAs, and then extending that to. Roth 4._0._1._K's apply as well versus traditional 4._0._1._K's or forty seven four three Bs TSP's other types of deferred retirement accounts. And really the biggest difference is just when you're going to receive a tax break. I talked a little bit about this on the first segment for those you just joining me. I mean the advantage, obviously, a traditional is that your contributions are tax deductible in the year. You're making them, right. They were deuce your taxes on your current tax return. And that feels really good the tax advantage of the Roth is the opposite. You have to pay tax on the money. But then once it goes in there, all of the growth, all of the distributions, assuming you follow the rules are tax free, and it passes the beneficiaries tax free. So basically a ghost the rest of your life has ever taxed. So the big question becomes well. Which is better for me. And it really starts with a pretty basic question of do you think your taxes will be higher or lower down the road you and this reminds me a lot of fitness of health. Like are we going to delay gratification? Are we going to do the thing that maybe hurts a little more now to get a benefit later or are? We not have to give a shout out to my mother-in-law. John Warren best mother-in-law in the whole world. I know a lot of people make mother-in-law jokes. My mother-in-law's amazing. I hit the jackpot I hit the lottery, but she just turned sixty years old on Wednesday of this week. And I was joking with her that she was going to need a cane getting out of bed and all the stuff just giving her a hard time, but she is in fantastic shape. Those you up Bismarck that may know her she used to do the noon show. She's an elementary teacher for twenty plus years there in Bismarck. She started mainstream boutique and sold that a year or two ago, and is now just enjoying her retirement as a sixty year old. I just have to say anybody that has had the opportunity to get to know, my mother-in-law what a bright light. I mean, what a loving empathetic carrying person who's made such an impact on the world. And all those kids lives that she taught so have to use this opportunity that I have with the microphone just tell her how much I love her and how thankful I am for happy. Happy birthday. But the thing I want to focus in on right now about my mother-in-law. She's really healthy for a six year old. I mean, she goes out plays people. Like what you're sixty what? Well, yeah. It isn't by accident. She doesn't just naturally have amazing genetics. She goes to the gym religiously every single morning, she eats, really healthy. So she exercises is this rocket science. She exercises regularly and she eats healthy. And as a result. She's in good shape. It's not that hard to figure out intellectually. We get it like eat less. Move more will lose weight. But so my wife, and my mother-in-law this past week, we actually had launched this little sushi place by our Taylor office here in Arizona. And so we're sitting outside inner sushi we're waiting for the cheque to come. We'll finished up my mother-in-law kinda creepy. I mean, I guess she's sixty now. So this is what I remember my grandma used to always use. But she pulls this item out of her purse a food item, which is nasty, right? We'll get gross. Don't do that. If you're doing that right now, it's going to keep your kids out what she pulls this thing out. And it's a bag of these things. In fact, I have them sitting right here in the studio. They're called cauliflower. Thins she pulls out this bag of cauliflower thins. And they're actually she has them sealed. It's not even a fresh bag. She didn't even bring me a new back. She brought me a half eaten bag that was sealed with a clothes pin. Not even a proper chip clip. I mean, my mother-in-law's giving them to me with a clothing pin on it. But she proceeds tell me my wife's kind of chuckling laughing what are you getting out of your purse? What are you doing here? Mom, and she proceeds to tell me that know, John, I know that you like being healthy, and these are like, basically, no carbs and have five grams of protein, and basically no fat. They're really really healthy tons of fiber. Like, these are great. And I know you like to eat your tuna packets, and you can dip these with your tunein taste a little better. We'll give you a crunch, and so she's going on and on she's really trying to sell me on these cauliflower. And so she does the clothing pin? And I take a bite, and it's one of those moments where I put it in my mouth, and you ever tried to put you start tune on something, and it's like, it's kind of crispy. But it's also tastes really stale. I mean, let me help you understand what this tasted like it was. Similar to if one of our five kids had left an open box of wheat thins in the pantry kind of in the back and it sat there for about two years. And then somebody found it and thought, oh, maybe these were recently Batard just open, you know, when you grabbed that cracker out of your pantry. We've all done this. You're not sure how old it is. But you're hoping it's still going to be crispy or a chip or something like that you put in your mouth, and it's just Soghi nasty cardboard, that's what this was these cauliflower thins, they weren't old, but they tasted like a cross between a two year old wheat, then a piece of cardboard and one of those wood chips that are at the kids play land areas that we play out with our kids. And I basically looked across the table at my wife, and I said these are awful, these are horrible, these taste like I'm eating a chip and mother-in-law quickly and responsibly said, hey, John. No. But aren't they do tastes hot and spicy though? Right. I said, oh, you're right. They taste like a wood chip with some chili powder sprinkled on him. That's what they like. But the reality is there really healthy compared to a Ritz cracker. And if I just eat cauliflower thins and I- subject myself do that by the way, if I ate them what I'd have to tell myself the whole time as a I'd be saying, this is really healthy crunch, right? This is really healthy crunch crunch crunch. Lots of fiber crunch crunch crunch. No carbs crunch crunch. It's the only way you get through these things. But the reality is if I chose to eat those, and basically not have any crackers fatty Karbi crackers. I probably a little bit healthier year. Two from now. It'd be a sacrifice and the Roth IRA is a lot like that. You don't get any warm and fuzzies when you contribute to a Roth four one K or Roth IRA, many of your employer plans worth noting many of your employer plans. We're gonna talk about this later on the show provide you an opportunity to put your nineteen thousand dollars a year twenty four thousand dollars depending on your age that you're contributing to your plan into the RAF side most plan. Have made that available for the reasons that I'm gonna share today on the show and already have they make a lot of sense for most working Americans. But they don't feel good because you're CPA says, hey, you know, why didn't you do the deferred 4._0._1._K like you did last year because by not doing that that costs you about four thousand dollars more in your taxes, your whatever that amount is three thousand dollars more or two thousand it's five hundred bucks more this year on your taxes. But if you contributed to a deferred count, you will know that but keep in mind, you are not eliminating any tax deferred accounts. You are just asking to pay them later by doing the Roth. It's now a ghost. It's never taxed again. If you follow a few really basic rules. So I'm up against the break. But I want to offer you if you're listening to me right now, I just want to offer you the chance to come in and get a retirement map review from us here, keystone wealth partners. If you have listened to the show before you know, what I'm talking about. If you have not listened to the show before let me explain briefly what it is. It is our one page roadmap that overviews your entire retirement situation. It's Ellen eleven by fourteen giant glossy sheet where we look at everything from retie. Government planning. But can you retire? If you're not retired yet. Can you retire how much income can you get retirement? What rate of return to you need to achieve those goals? And then how do you need to invest to accomplish that sort of rate of return, a Kenya minimize fees and expenses? What are your current fees and expenses with your current relationship? Most of which are hidden how about taxes that's what we're talking about. Today. Are you even saving in the right places? We'll review your ten forty and give you options and opportunities for creating an actual customized tax plan. Because a lot of what you've saved probably has never been taxed how are you going to.
"john warren" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So you don't have to Hank you. Here's John Williams a living. This is John Warren the AllState skyline studio on social media. I'm WGN king. John look for me there. Today. We should put this on Facebook too. I didn't get around to it. But. The video of the ice breaker doing donuts on the Chicago river, it's on my Twitter page. WGN King, John if you've got the Chicago Tribune today, you see a picture of this ice-breaking boat and its smashing through the ice up and down the Chicago river, and that ISIS still there snowed on last night. So you've got to white mantle across the river. It's lovely. But for some reason they decided they needed to break that up. And so we took video of it as it was happening. And it's kind of fun to watch this boat doing donuts in the ice yesterday. How much you wanna bet the guys in the boat was the Chicago park district or police? We're going. Oh. Well, they were doing it because you can see that gun the engine at one point the Boca's. Bayamo bet it was more fun to watch from inside than it was to actually be doing may have a point there above that picture is a Ray long story suit ties speakers team ballot fakes city corruption depositions, alleged Madigan organization used phony candidates. This is the story. That's the Bertrand says isn't news, John this has been going on for years. How naive of you do not maybe have a sense of time and place on this story and house speaker Michael madigan's thirteenth ward operation. Secrecy is expected. And loyalty is rewarded house speaker Mike Madigan now those political vows are being put to the test in a civil courtroom, even as the speaker deals with his name surfacing on a recorded conversation as part of a city hall corruption probe, you've got the city hall thing with Birkin Sali's. But then you've got this other thing for Mike, Matt. Again. And that is what they do. If you're Mike Madigan and say, you're in a district that is largely Hispanic and you're not Hispanic. How come you keep getting reelected one of the things you do to dilute the ballot? Is you the candidate actually get other people to run against you? Because it was just you and one other guy and people don't like you vote for the other guy. But if it's you and ten other guys, and I don't like you of all for the nine other guys. And now that other vote is diluted it actually ensures that you'll win if you get other people and by the way, say it's an ethnic neighborhood. It's Hispanic neighborhood say, well, then get people whose names are Gonzalez or hey, Zeus or something like that. And then if you don't know anything, but you at least want to get somebody that looks like the neighborhood, you check those boxes rather than Madigan. That's not new I understand. But when they did this deposition to the thing that really set me off was they asked him a bunch of questions about this raid long story in the Tribune too long story. It's fascinating. The district's population was about sixty percent Latino in twenty eleven Madigan said he was not concerned about Gonzalez's challenge because the speaker enjoyed widespread support among the Hispanic people. He said Parada the attorney then asked Madigan whether he had reached out to any political allies to try to load up the ballot with candidates. I don't remember that Madigan said you would think if you did something like that. We're not asking you. What was the name of your second grade teacher? We're asking if a few years ago, you got somebody else to load up the ballot for you. And his answer is I don't remember. Is it possible that you did Madigan says, no? So you're certain then just a minute ago. He said, I don't remember his next answer is possibly says. No, it's not possible. How do you know it's impossible. If you don't remember. So the follow up question is. So you're certain that you didn't do this. And his answer is I don't remember. I'll tell you. That's why you want me to be king someday. Now, the guy that's filing the suit Jason Gonzalez is alleging that Michael madigan's team stack the ballot with phony.
"john warren" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"To fifty one and we'll have news at the top of the hour. Oh, if you ever take the Walt Whitman bridge on any kind of regular basis, or even just occasionally if certain people get their way, it will look quite a bit different soon. Oh, he's really gonna happen. We'll tell you what the what the plan is. We're talking about dining and dashing stories now did this ever actually happened. Or was this just an invention of old movies and cartoon strips? The classic thing of back in the day. You didn't have money to pay at a diner or restaurant, and they caught you before you ran out the door. So they would put you to work in the kitchen washing. Did that ever actually happen? Even one out a threat. I don't think it ever happened. Yeah. I can't I don't think. So. And especially today, it never would happen because they they'd be opening themselves up for all kinds of weird lawsuits. I'll just throw myself down to the floor, and he made me work and he entered me. So who's done it dieting, dashing one eight hundred twenty three one and one point five John Warren, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, guys. I had one it was accurately an accident. It was a restaurant go to a somewhat regular basis for lunch. And it was one of these places was I gonna Cayenne going for lunch asking for whatever. Timetable. Honor system that you went back up, and we have. And then you you tell them you pay. Well, one day I'm in and some of the guys from my job chain. And there's another table we got into a conversation. And I didn't realize they have paid. We walked out. I get back to work and don't tell me I'm like, I never pay my Bill. All right. Not a big deal. You know, I know the people there. Good people. I'll go back, and you know, I'll just take every next on my mind when launch right? I knew him only from the restaurant. So the next time I went back. They had closed permanently. So I never had an opportunity to go and John you bankrupt them. Everybody was doing they were playing such a fine line margin. And you put them on. What happened was it? I'm the one. The the Sears in Watchung is a Sears outlet store. Down store Stiller. By the end of that hour yesterday. We were getting emails the same thing you were saying John, and we did announce that and yeah, we never even knew that. And I grew up not far from there. I had no idea there was ever Xeres outlet store. But yes, that's why that one was open John. Thanks, Mike and Asbury, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. DMZ love the show. Thank you. I know we're coming up to the top of the hour. So I'll try to make as quick as possible. I was living in Middletown New Jersey at the time, I have the day off search took the train up to Hoboken to have lunch. And a couple of drinks, you know, whatever, and I've gotten kind of looked up on gin. And I was I was younger much much more of a punk at the time. Wait a minute. What was I just wait a second? What was that exact phrase? How did you say that? Moved Lou Lou hooved looped up June. I love that lube up. All right. I'm I'm young I'm drunk. I'm stupid, and I'm like, I'm just gonna leave and not paying I did Cianci catch the train home. So I caught the train and I immediately fell asleep. What I didn't realize that was so drunk that I have to train to Middletown New York. Oh, no. Yes. And it was the last train that was running back there. And I was like I get back home. So I had to take a taxi for Middletown New York to Middletown New Jersey, which wound up in the end, costing me over two hundred dollars way more than what you were saving by the dine and dash total total karma total karma. No, total looped up on gin. Gilan the Jin was responsible for both. Let's face it. One more in. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. We could try to look you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, look, tell it fast. What do you have? Hey, Luke, are you with us take another one? Okay..