12 Burst results for "Mark Fleming"

"mark fleming" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:50 min | 5 months ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"In Baltimore, I'm Amy Scott in for kairi's doll. It's Tuesday, September 13th, good to have you with us. Well, it wasn't quite the inflation report folks had been hoping for, the consumer price index, the Labor Department said today, rose 8.3% year over year in August. And while that was a bit improved from the 8.5% increase in July, it's still a really big number and all but guarantees the fed will make another big move. When the guardians of interest rates meet next week. And that, as you can imagine, went over like a lead balloon on Wall Street today, more on that later in the show, gas prices were the big exception in the report down more than ten and a half percent from July to August. As marketplace is Justin Ho reports just about everything else is still getting more expensive. Take the price of medical care, for example, up 7 10%. Christine eibner is a senior economist with the Rand corporation. She says hospitals and doctors offices are facing the same pressures other industries are facing. The rising costs of labor and supplies. Whether it's cleaning solution or paper for the copiers, you know, things like that and that all tends to increase prices. I've never said demand for healthcare services has increased this year, as the worst of the pandemic has subsided. You know, people were maybe afraid of going to the doctor or have them elected procedure done. And so they may have stayed home, but now in 2022, with the return to normalcy people are using more medical care. The cost of new vehicles rose 8 10% in August. Sarah house, senior economist at Wells Fargo, says the supply of vehicles hasn't kept up with demand for two and a half years, as a result. There's probably a little over 7 million missing sales that we've had. And so whatever inventory dealers can get their hands on, they still have a good degree of pricing power for those vehicles. Household furnishings got more expensive in August, too, even while a lot of retailers tried to get rid of excess inventory. Taken as a whole, this suggests that inflation continues to have quite a bit of momentum and it's going to make the fed's job pretty hard in bringing inflation down back to 2% goal on a sustained basis. Rent rose by 7 tenths percent in August. But Mark Fleming, chief economist at first American says that number reflects conditions 9 months or a year ago. Private sector indicators have found that rents have been moderating one reason Fleming says, the supply of apartments is improving. We've built a bunch over the last couple of years that have been sort of stuck in the supply chain morass and been unable to get delivered. So there's a lot of delivery of multi-family units coming online now. And that could mean that rent inflation may have already peaked. I'm Justin Ho, from marketplace. On Wall Street today, like I said, lead balloon. We'll have the details

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"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Avalara simplifying sales tax compliance with cloud based solutions avalara integrates with over 1000 ERP and ecommerce solutions Avalara tax compliance done right I'm David brancaccio in New York this Biden Powell meeting is about yes inflation and economic conditions more generally both in the U.S. and abroad it comes as the president publicly signals his support for the Central Bank's efforts to fight inflation in a way that could crimp the job market for a while marketplaces no Visa reports This is the first meeting between the president and Jerome Powell since the Senate confirmed him earlier this month to a second term as fed chair Ahead of the meeting The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed written by the president in which he says the U.S. economy needs to transition from rapid recovery to stable and steady growth The president says he will not meddle in the Central Bank's decisions and supports its assessment that inflation is currently the top economic challenge The president says his interest rates rise monthly job gains could decline to about a 150,000 a month which Biden characterized as consistent with a healthy economy Meanwhile there are early signs that inflation may be moderating Last Friday the commerce department reported prices are up 6.3% in April that year over year increase is a bit less than it was in March I'm nova safa for marketplace The average interest rate on 30 year fixed home loans has risen over two percentage points in a year but in recent weeks those rates have been ticking back down a bit You heard right home loans in many cases have gotten a bit cheaper as May turns to June Here's marketplaces Justin Ho Mortgage rates tend to move along with the yield on the ten year government bond And lately that yield has been falling says Mark Fleming chief economist at first American And that's meant that mortgage rates have also come back down as well It might sound strange that ten year bond yields and mortgage rates are falling when the Federal Reserve has been raising interest rates this year But when he sees her at credit site says many investors nervous about an economic downturn have been buying those safer government bonds Which means that prices are going to increase in yields are going to fall And given how much mortgage rates have risen over the last year Caesar says demand for mortgages could be slowing down and lenders will have to get more competitive Which means they have to lower the mortgage rates to make them more attractive to people to either buy a new house or refinance their existing mortgage Sales of new and existing homes have been falling too Caesar says this is part of the Federal Reserve's goal of slowing demand to cool down the economy I'm Justin how for marketplace Let us do the numbers.

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"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Integrates with over 1000 ERP and ecommerce solutions Avalara tax compliance done right I'm David brancaccio in New York the Biden Powell meeting is about yes inflation and economic conditions more generally both in the U.S. and abroad it comes as the president publicly signals his support for the Central Bank's efforts to fight inflation in a way that could hurt the job market for a while marketplaces nova safa reports This is the first meeting between the president and Jerome Powell since the Senate confirmed him earlier this month to a second term as fed chair Ahead of the meeting The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed written by the president in which he says the U.S. economy needs to transition from rapid recovery to stable and steady growth The president says he will not meddle in the Central Bank's decisions and supports its assessment that inflation is currently the top economic challenge The president says as interest rates rise monthly job gains could decline to about a 150,000 a month which Biden characterized as consistent with a healthy economy Meanwhile there are early signs that inflation may be moderating Last Friday the commerce department reported prices are up 6.3% in April that year over year increase is a bit less than it was in March I'm nova safa for marketplace The average interest rate on 30 year fixed home loans has risen over two percentage points in a year but in recent weeks those rates have been ticking back down a bit You heard right home loans in many cases have gotten cheaper as May turns to June Here's marketplaces Justin Ho Mortgage rates tend to move along with the yield on the ten year government bond And lately that yield has been falling Says Mark Fleming chief economist at first American And that's meant that mortgage rates have also come back down as well It might sound strange that ten year bond yields and mortgage rates are falling when the Federal Reserve has been raising interest rates this year but when he sees her at credit site says many investors nervous about an economic downturn have been buying those safer government bonds Which means that prices are going to increase in yields are going to fall And given how much mortgage rates have risen over the last year Caesar says demand for mortgages could be slowing down and lenders will have to get more competitive Which means they have to lower the mortgage rates to make them more attractive to people to either buy a new house or refinance their existing mortgage Sales of new and existing homes have been falling too Caesar says this is part of the Federal Reserve's goal of slowing demand to cool down the economy I'm Justin Howe for marketplace Shall we do the numbers together.

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"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The biggest drop in a week in a single week for stocks since the pandemic with the S&P down 5.7% in just the last 5 days This morning market participants are seeing more reasons to move away from riskier assets like stocks with the news the U.S. is telling families of its diplomats in Ukraine to leave that country in case of Russian hostilities Right now London's 100 share index down 1.9% Germany France and Amsterdam all down in a similar range Add to this a U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting on interest rates and inflation later this week Here's marketplace's nova sapho David ware money is flowing in and out of tells you a lot right now oil prices are around a 7 year high as Russia is threatening military invasion of Ukraine Russia is of course a major oil and gas supplier the U.S. and Europe have promised a strong response The question is what would it look like if Russia and fates what would that response be And what would it do if anything to global oil supplies We just don't know yet Meanwhile stocks are in a sell off especially tech stocks which reached very high prices during the pandemic so many investors see them as riskier now especially if the fed starts raising interest rates sooner and faster than Wall Street has been expecting The NASDAQ composite index which includes a lot of tech companies is down about 13% for the year That's in just three weeks It's only late January It's been a rough few weeks for tech stocks Yeah and recently when we've seen dips in prices investors look for bargains and there's a jump in buying the next day not so much in recent days Yeah not so much that pattern doesn't appear to be holding this time around at least not on a big scale They've also been some disappointing headlines with regards to recent corporate earnings reports Netflix last week of course as we reported surprised by projecting subscription growth will be slow a lot over the next few months That adds to the uncertainty suggesting the effects of pandemic are a stimulus are waning What might change the narrative is the fed We'll see what comes out of their policy meetings tomorrow on Wednesday All right nova thank you The key stock index on the Moscow exchange is down more than 4% right now that would be as if the Dow Jones Industrial Average were to drop 1400 points The Dow future is down 227 points or 7 tenths of a percent The S&P future is down 1.1% The NASDAQ future is down one and a half percent Not a how bugs a terrible storm in Western Canada last year and pandemic distortions are contributing to sky high lumber prices in the U.S. wood is up by almost a third since September affecting new home prices and the cost of fixing up older ones Here's marketplaces Justin hoe A lot of what's been going on with lumber prices has to do with the supply of Canadian lumber Mark Fleming is chief economist at first American Canadian pine is highly sought after for home building because of its strength And in November a major storm hit British Columbia Washing out the rail lines that lumber mills rely on Brian Leonard is a lumber analyst with RCM alternatives It stopped shipments by a good 20% and a 100% certain places Leonard says that complicated the supply chain problems the lumber industry had already been dealing with Less truckers less rail employees because of COVID showing up things like that So the whole system kind of broke down At almost the same time last year a 40 year ongoing trade dispute with Canada came to a head says Rachel Brewster a professor at duke law school The core of the dispute between the United States and Canada is whether or not Canada subsidizing their lumber industry And in November the commerce department doubled its tariff on Canadian softwood lumber imports to almost 18% Doubling the tariff rates I mean that is going to increase the price of lumber This is also happening while the Canadian lumber industry is dealing with another older problem A beetle infestation that's been devastating pine forests in Canada since the 1990s leaving behind millions of dead trees and the risk of wildfires Since economist Mark Fleming with first American Increased risk of wildfires increased devastation of wildfires in the 2017 and 2018 error has effectively created now a shortage of trees to be cut down in Canada and exported to the United States Fleming says this is different from the supply chain problems that have caused shortages of other home building materials during the pandemic How do you fix a supply shortage driven by a sheer lack of something like a tree which takes a long time to grow And in the meantime Fleming says demand for new homes will continue to.

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"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In just the last 5 days This morning market participants are seeing more reasons to move away from riskier assets like stocks With the news the U.S. is telling families of its diplomats in Ukraine to leave that country in case of Russian hostilities Right now London's 100 share index is down 1% Germany and France are down one and a half percent and U.S. stock index futures turned down in the last two and a half hours add to this a U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting on interest rates and inflation later this week Here's marketplaces novos safo David ware money is flowing in and out of tells you a lot right now oil prices are around a 7 year high as Russia is threatening military invasion of Ukraine Russia is of course a major oil and gas supplier the U.S. and Europe have promised a strong response The question is what would it look like if Russia Russia and faith what would that response be and what would it do if anything to global oil supplies we just don't know yet Meanwhile stocks are in a sell off especially tech stocks which reached very high prices during the pandemic so many investors see them as riskier now especially if the fed starts raising interest rates sooner and faster than Wall Street has been expecting The NASDAQ composite index which includes a lot of tech companies is down about 13% for the year That's in just three weeks It's only late January It's been a rough few weeks for tech stocks Yeah and recently when we've seen dips in prices investors look for bargains and there's a jump in buying the next day not so much in recent days Yeah not so much that pattern doesn't appear to be holding this time around at least not on a big scale They've also been some disappointing headlines with regards to recent corporate earnings reports Netflix last week of course reported as we reported surprised by projecting subscription growth will be slow a lot over the next few months That adds to the uncertainty suggesting the effects of pandemic are stimulus or waning What might change the narrative is the fed We'll see what comes out of their policy meetings tomorrow on Wednesday And Wednesday nova thanks Tao and S&P futures are down three 10% now for the NASDAQ down 5 10% Somebody's going into bonds with the ten year interest rate down at 1.73% Now to a story about how pandemic distortions and a terrible storm about two months ago in Western Canada is affecting the building of new houses and home renovations in the U.S. this week will get an update on new home sales covering December in the U.S. and the increased cost of building materials will be a factor Think lumber with prices up by almost a third since September marketplace is Justin Ho has that A lot of what's been going on with lumber prices has to do with the supply of Canadian lumber Mark Fleming is chief economist at first American Canadian pine is highly sought after for home building because of its strength And in November a major storm hit British Columbia Washing out the rail lines that lumber mills rely on Brian Leonard is a lumber analyst with RCM alternatives It stopped shipments by a good 20% And a 100% certain places Leonard says that complicated the supply chain problems the lumber industry had already been dealing with Less truckers less rail employees because the COVID showing up and things like that So the whole system kind of broke down At almost the same time last year a 40 year ongoing trade dispute with Canada came to a head says Rachel Brewster a professor at duke law school The core of the dispute between the United States and Canada is whether or not Canada subsidizing their lumber industry And in November the commerce department doubled its tariff on Canadian softwood lumber imports to almost 18% Doubling the tariff rates I mean that is going to increase the price of lumber This is also happening while the Canadian lumber industry is dealing with another older.

"mark fleming" Discussed on Smart Poker Study Podcast

Smart Poker Study Podcast

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on Smart Poker Study Podcast

"Out there. There are higher straits possible. Your opponent called you, he could have queen ten two pair, and spike a queen or a ten on the Turner river, right? So you recognize looking at this really wet board, even though you have a super strong straight, you know that this is a potentially tilting situation because your hand, it could easily cost you a ton of chips if another spade or a queen or a ten hits the board, right? So this is what I want you to do. When this kind of thing happens, you see a potential tilting situation. Take a deep breath. Remove your hand from your mouse and think through each decision. And, of course, because you did the warmup, tell yourself again, I won't allow suck outs to tilt me today. When you remove your hand from your mouse, that prevents finger tilt as Tommy Angelo calls it. This is when your emotions hijack your decision making process, leading to costly and angry button clicks. You click raise raise raise all in call call call because hey, I got a straight, how can I give up on this hand, right? Now I want you to take action with this idea in your very next session. Practice, removing your hand from your mouse as you play today. If you need to, like, whip out a fidget spinner or get a stress ball or one of those forearm strengthening squeezy things, right? Or 20 clay chips and just start stacking chips, right? You want to give your mouse clicking hand something to do if you just if you find it hard to remove it from the mouse. Now only return your hand to your mouse and click a button when you've thought about your action and you're not reacting with emotion. Now the final fourth part of the four part plan to controlling tilt, it's post tilt evaluation. So if you experience tilting your session, I want you to open your poker journal and write about it. What tilt did you? How did your tilt manifest itself? What can you do better next time to avoid tilting like that again? Now, I looked in my own poker journal. Here's my most recent post tilt evaluation. Bob was on my direct left and he three bet me three hands in a row. I folded each time but decided to fight back with ace Jack, the fourth time. I four bit and he called with position. The flop came ace Jack ten. I see Betty raised. I immediately three bet shoved, and I didn't remove my house, my mouse, my house, my hand from the mouse before I did it. And he snapped called with pocket aces for the flopped top set. So I lost my full 125 big blind stack. Next time, I'll avoid lucis of three betters on my direct left. When I get three bet twice, I'll assess the player and decide whether to switch tables, maybe narrow my open raising range or increase my bit size or just fight back even sooner to like why wait too long to fight back. I'll also remove my hand from my mouse when I face raises so that I can calmly assess their raising range. So you can see without evaluation right there. I gave myself some active steps that I can take to help me avoid tilting in this exact same situation in the future. So I want you once again, go to the show notes page smart, poker study dot com slash tilt control. And write down, you'll use your poker journal take notes, write this four part plan and go with it this week. And I want to wish you look on controlling your emotions and avoiding tilt. But I don't want to end the podcast here because I think there's two sides to this tilt avoidance, better play coin, right? The first sight, of course, is avoiding tilt and doing the four part plan right here. The second part of this or the second side to this coin is evaluating when you play your best poker and striving to do that every single time. So that fourth part I just covered was post tilt evaluation. Let's do something different. Let's do a post a game evaluation. So the next time you play lights out poker, you're making awesome decisions, your color coding everyone at the table, you're playing the player you're using their stats, you're choosing the perfect bet sizing, your bluffing your value betting, you're winning like mad and you're feeling great, you're in the zone. The next time that happens, evaluate that session afterwards. What was your day like leading up to the session that you played? How much sleep did you get the night before? Did you have a great day at work? Did you have an awesome dinner with the family before you started playing? Did you just get back from the movie theater after watching Spider-Man: No Way Home? You'll loved it so much. He decided to play some poker and you took that great feeling with you into your session? So on top of avoiding tilt and controlling that anger. I want you to have one more action step to take. And it's exactly what I said. The next time you experience a great a killer, a wonderful and a game session. That's what I want you to evaluate, figure out what led to that situation and see if you can't replicate it and duplicate it and live it for the rest of your poker journey. And a quick shout out, I've got to think these wonderful poker peeps who play on anonymous poker sites for example, ignition poker, a bow dog, all that kind of stuff. But these people purchase my anonymous poker exploit score, so I have to think Cindy Wilson Mark Fleming Graham Richardson, kring gu, Jerry Linus, Mike packet, badge, king, art, stellar, and Chris pause. Thank you very thank you so very much for picking up the course. They all got this course by going to smart poker study dot com slash anonymous course. It's a 7 day 9 video course for exploiting anonymous and unknown players with the very little information that you have. Of course, because it's an anonymous site as every time you sit down you don't know any you don't have any history don't have any stats on any of the players they have random names so you can't even follow names, right? You just learn or you're only experience is what you play in the session with them in the 7 day course is gonna teach you how to quickly understand and exploit all of your anonymous opponents. And for you live players, this is a great course as well because when you sit down at a live table, you don't have a hud on them, right? You don't have a hand history you might know in general how bob plays, but if you've played with bob and Susie before they're at your table, there's 6 other people there you don't know. This course is gonna help you understand them and exploit them. So if you want to get this for yourself just like these lovely poker peeps did, go to smart poker.

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"mark fleming" Discussed on ARN

ARN

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on ARN

"I love that. It's basic. Unless it's own anderson then it's a weapon. That should be a t-shirt. Your sumter south carolina at the exhibition center on the twenty-first working with danny brown. Of course you get the win there. The next day you're back in greenville. Working with manny fernandez But what i want to talk about is The april twenty third episode of tv. Of course we're Trying to keep the train on the tracks here for jim crockett promotions. This is the era. Where dusty rhodes does his cold-blooded sausage maker promo with so many people have played in recent years but on the show. You're picking up a win over mark fleming with a standing arm bar three minutes and twelve seconds so we have established. The bars are real. Move and you're going to continue that when you go to richmond. Virginia the coliseum on april twenty-sixth worldwide taping and. You're going to pick up a win there over Mark fleming and then before you know it it's time to Get down to business for these tag titles but before we do one more set of. Tv's april twenty-seventh at the w. tbs studios your tag action here with only taken on the italian stallion and gerald finley. We haven't spent a lot of time talking about the italian stallion. But lord knows tony. Shivani has had a little fun at his expense. Any italian stallion stories. You remember you can share with us. Well talion day and was a tough kid were they a huge head. And that's coming from me. Who has a pretty good mellon ham. Little did we know at the time which we learned later in his spare time when he was arresting because he was not booked all the time he was still a guy trying to find his way in the business and become part of a crew. Which is kinda apropos. He's leg-breaker in his spare time collector slash. He's the kinda guy that if you borrowed money and you did not pay it back then. Suddenly one night you would come in from work and be sitting at your kitchen table. Eating dinner with your family and your door would get kicked down and that would be the italian standard there with his hand out saying pay up. We aware of that did that That always makes for an interesting dynamic. When i think back to where okay. I've wrestled this guy few times. How would i felt about All of a sudden my front door crashing down and him standing behind bear. It would've been a baby back then very small. How would i feel about him. Standing there saying pay much makes me very very intuitive. The fact is you put a whole different light on those matches that we had had in the past in the ones we did going forward because that guys He's got a real rough edge that you don't see and i never. I never saw that side of him. Thank god But when we found out it existed and we try to get him to talk about it like all good gangster stu he would not discuss it. Which made me think that it probably was a real thing and Just kind of let you know in those days. You never knew what a guy did when he wasn't at the office. Well there's always a story behind the story. April twenty-seventh as we mentioned. You're going to be out here working with the italians downing and gerald friendly. But that's not your only showing on the show. Thunderbolt patterson would defeat randy barber and after the bow. All in our anderson who provide guest commentary for the attack patterson until manny fernandez comes out and helps clear the ring Later that day because again. This is a matinee. Tbs show you're going to be wrestling thunderbolt patterson to a no contest in columbus georgia. It's the first time that you've probably had a singles match with thunderbolt before Certainly in a main event position in georgia yawning get thunderbolt stories. You remember about working matches with him. How he is entering competitor dance partner. If you will He was a dance partner that stayed on his feet. Okay most of the time. And the guy that i was trying to become an had become at this point i was more of a pumping feeding. He'll i didn't mind doing all the work and creating. most of the excitement is long as when it was time to get mine. I got mine thunderball. Was there kind of guy that was like. I said around the georgia area. He had been in and out of there for years and years and years and was well known and that was fine for him to stand in the middle of the ring and bounce around but when it got kinda got time to get mine. He was a little reluctant and tom. I thought well the guy's a little difficult here refused to get ate up hours far enough along. In my knowledge you know of the way the business is supposed to be in the way things should be and all that at the tom. I felt like maybe taken advantage of them and he is saying that. I'm more than happy to accommodate him but a mouse my time and he just you couldn't get him off his feet and as it turned out the more i worked with him the more figured out he wasn't able Roll tomor already old timer. He was injured staying because it could not be his thing. And then i started to look at it in a different light. Because i only did just scoop him up and bumping and slamming a couple of times without his consent or knowledge and him getting back to his feet was such an ugly thing. It was probably opt into my mind okay. He's not bumping cost. Can't and i looked at it differently. And structured the match differently and i kept shorter and when it was time to get mine i could just beat him up a little bit with him on his feet in a corner. Something of that nature where didn't have to be bumped around because suddenly was eight. Have some respect for the veteran. And i started to look at it entirely never differ to not go along with the program. Because you're an asshole. It's another thing entirely to not go along with the program crusher able and that wasn't something you discussed talked about but fact was the guy was probably working because he needed to and had to and it it was my opposition then to look at it differently and handle it differently and make sure that i return him to his locker room and family. Same health that That he had entered. So let's talk about your next match with him because it is a tag match and it's what fans have been wanting to see. It's a matinee show and asheville north carolina on the twenty eighth. It's aren't an only against manny and thunderbolt. But the real magic happens that night charlotte north carolina at the coliseum. April twenty eighth nineteen eighty-five only in our and we're going to team up to take on thunderbolt patterson and mandy furnace manny fernandez and the stipulations. Were if all these team wins then arn is gonna win thunderbolt half of the national tax straps and of course if thunderbolts team wins then manny. Fernandez is going to win the belt and when it's all said and done man you haven't been here very long and now you're a mid atlantic end of ua national tag team champion with your rather cousin. Whatever only anderson man charlotte north carolina. And you're the tag champ or was it ever huge horse years..

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"mark fleming" Discussed on ARN

ARN

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on ARN

"Hello and welcome to the arms show. This is called brumwell filling in for conrad thompson this week. And i am humbled to be joined by the legend arn anderson. Aren't how are you this week. Well i'm a little disturbed here in the u just came off the beach and now conrad's on the beach. I'm supposed to be the beach bomb in this crew. What's going on here. I'm telling you what man well neither of us were in. Pensacola your favorite beach. But you're right. I just came off of myrtle beach. Conrad is now down. I guess with rick his father-in-law on the family enjoying a little bit of time and but that's good for him man. The guy is busier than i don't. I don't know what so he asked. If i could jump in help out and and so here i am buddy. Well we're both wrestling fans and that's what we have in common. We can talk about dismantling. which is. I'm surprised there's not in black and white but should be funded. I look forward to it. Sir yeah no absolutely. We're going to continue on the journey. That you conrad are on and that is walking through the star of your career man. I'm caught up on these episodes aren't it has been fantastic to listen to how the life of martin lundy has evolved to arn anderson moving into wrestling now coming over to mid atlantic wrestling. And we're going to watch episode today together. We hope all of you can watch it with us. It is from posted on youtube by. Nwea worldwide for three march. Ninth nineteen eighty-five the person that posted it as oh w wc space tv and if you search nwea worldwide three nine eighty five. You're gonna find the exact video. It goes forty seven minutes and three seconds. Aren't we're going to watch it together. You excited about this. Absolutely and i haven't seen this you know and i don't know how long so it's gonna be exciting. It's like watching it for the first time and let's just see what we see. Sounds good sir. I'm looking forward to it and Man this was for me. This was the height of my wrestling. Fandom i guess i would say hi. I was being introduced wrestling. I was six years old. And i remember living outside of a suburban philadelphia on saturday afternoons worldwide wrestling. In that music. Which i'm gonna play a little bit. Just hit like none other. This was in the real wrestling. Came on the stuff that i thought was real at least and so. Let's go ahead and get started. Hopefully if you're watching it with us today you're at the right spot and we're gonna do a countdown on and you and i are going to hit the play button when i say. Play our eight so here we go the countdown three to one play and we opened up to a crowd shot and it's quickly going to transfer and to some of my favorite wrestling theme music. Aren't i gotta play it A man that is all the fields for me. Money brings back some memories for me to my friend So listen the show opens with tony. Shivani and johnny weaver and we all know about tony but arm. What did you know johnny weaver. And do you have any fun stories as we start the show here it was just a guy that was just. He was a veteran and had his career under his belt and had a great career and was very popular in the carolinas. You know he was one of those faces the you saw. Hey this home team and what a nice manny was really was Along with penny weaver. Who is his ex wife and really nice lady to johnny. Weaver was was like the face of this show. At that time. Yeah we got crusher khruschev berry berry. So who would then be smash. He's taking on mark. Fleming in this one the coal officer at ringside and these are these three here. The nwea world six man tag champions at the time you would get involved more with six tags later on in your jim crockett premier. Jim crockett promotions. Run here but what are some of the pros and cons of working a six man tag. Compared to a normal tag it gives you a chance to to have the opportunity that other than one guy sitting on the floor and not getting that experience and stay in the loop to all guys being involved in the match and you can never get enough reps. Get enough match time. You know when you're out in our industry Even though we were working in those days every single day still the tv exposure you know was incredible and It was just a different different scenario. Six-man tags aren't. I don't know if i mentioned enough top at this is one of the first. Tv matches that you're going to be on on this card as we watched the show. You're taking on sam. Houston here you. And i were talking beforehand. This wasn't your first televised match. But one of the one of one of the first few For sure here of eighty-five yeah. It could have been second debuted and broke kids arm and manny fernandez. Kinda got into my business. And i had to give him. What's what's four. And i left him lay on and i was. You know pretty good launch for tv in those days have come out and have that kind of impact so this is probably week to add to not know sam. Houston never met him. But i found out pretty quickly. He's he's pretty season hand at this point already. She experienced the tremendous performer. A.

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"mark fleming" Discussed on ARN

ARN

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on ARN

"Hello and welcome to the arms show. This is called brumwell filling in for conrad thompson this week. And i am humbled to be joined by the legend arn anderson. Aren't how are you this week. Well i'm a little disturbed here in the u just came off the beach and now conrad's on the beach. I'm supposed to be the beach bomb in this crew. What's going on here. I'm telling you what man well neither of us were in. Pensacola your favorite beach. But you're right. I just came off of myrtle beach. Conrad is now down. I guess with rick his father-in-law on the family enjoying a little bit of time and but that's good for him man. The guy is busier than i don't. I don't know what so he asked. If i could jump in help out and and so here i am buddy. Well we're both wrestling fans and that's what we have in common. We can talk about dismantling. which is. I'm surprised there's not in black and white but should be funded. I look forward to it. Sir yeah no absolutely. We're going to continue on the journey. That you conrad are on and that is walking through the star of your career man. I'm caught up on these episodes aren't it has been fantastic to listen to how the life of martin lundy has evolved to arn anderson moving into wrestling now coming over to mid atlantic wrestling. And we're going to watch episode today together. We hope all of you can watch it with us. It is from posted on youtube by. Nwea worldwide for three march. Ninth nineteen eighty-five the person that posted it as oh w wc space tv and if you search nwea worldwide three nine eighty five. You're gonna find the exact video. It goes forty seven minutes and three seconds. Aren't we're going to watch it together. You excited about this. Absolutely and i haven't seen this you know and i don't know how long so it's gonna be exciting. It's like watching it for the first time and let's just see what we see. Sounds good sir. I'm looking forward to it and Man this was for me. This was the height of my wrestling. Fandom i guess i would say hi. I was being introduced wrestling. I was six years old. And i remember living outside of a suburban philadelphia on saturday afternoons worldwide wrestling. In that music. Which i'm gonna play a little bit. Just hit like none other. This was in the real wrestling. Came on the stuff that i thought was real at least and so. Let's go ahead and get started. Hopefully if you're watching it with us today you're at the right spot and we're gonna do a countdown on and you and i are going to hit the play button when i say. Play our eight so here we go the countdown three to one play and we opened up to a crowd shot and it's quickly going to transfer and to some of my favorite wrestling theme music. Aren't i gotta play it A man that is all the fields for me. Money brings back some memories for me to my friend So listen the show opens with tony. Shivani and johnny weaver and we all know about tony but arm. What did you know johnny weaver. And do you have any fun stories as we start the show here it was just a guy that was just. He was a veteran and had his career under his belt and had a great career and was very popular in the carolinas. You know he was one of those faces the you saw. Hey this home team and what a nice manny was really was Along with penny weaver. Who is his ex wife and really nice lady to johnny. Weaver was was like the face of this show. At that time. Yeah we got crusher khruschev berry berry. So who would then be smash. He's taking on mark. Fleming in this one the coal officer at ringside and these are these three here. The nwea world six man tag champions at the time you would get involved more with six-man tags later on in your jim crockett premier. Jim crockett promotions. Run here but what are some of the pros and cons of working a six man tag. Compared to a normal tag it gives you a chance to to have the opportunity that other than one guy sitting on the floor and not getting that experience and stay in the loop to all guys being involved in the match and you can never get enough reps. Get enough match time. You know when you're out in our industry Even though we were working in those days every single day still the tv exposure you know was incredible and It was just a different different scenario. Six-man tags aren't. I don't know if i mentioned enough top at this is one of the first. Tv matches that you're going to be on on this card as we watched the show. You're taking on sam. Houston here you. And i were talking beforehand. This wasn't your first televised match. But one of the one of one of the first few For sure here of eighty-five yeah it could have been second Debuted and broke kids arm and manny fernandez. Kinda got into my business. And i had to give him. What's what's four. And i left him lay on and i was. You know. Pretty good launch for tv in those days didn't usually have come out and have that kind of impact so this is probably week to add to not know sam. Houston never met him. But i found out pretty quickly. He's a he's pretty season hand at this point already see experienced the tremendous performer. A.

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"mark fleming" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Inflation are fueling concerns about mortgage interest rates, but rising rates could actually be a good Thing. Andy Walden is director of market research at Black Night, he told CNBC. The broad expectation is for mortgage rates to kind of gradually or maybe even sharply appoints rise over the next couple of years. The challenge in the housing market is that there's so little inventory that we're continuing to see red hot rice is so we're kind of seeing a dynamic where the housing market continues to rise faster than it should. Meanwhile, first, American chief economist Mark Fleming said on Yahoo finance we do expect ultimately, interest rates are going to go up and mortgage rates will go up with it. But that doesn't mean that the housing market Can continue. It does mean likely that House price appreciation were cool, but that's a good thing because 16 17% in some markets over 20% annualized House price appreciation is obviously not indefinitely sustainable. The 30 year fixed rate has hovered around 3% an historic low for months. The head of the federal agency that oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is losing his job because of a Supreme Court ruling. The White House is going to replace Mark Calabria as head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, or F H F A. The Supreme Court ruled late last month that the current structure of the FAA is unconstitutional and that the president should have more power to appoint or remove its director. Well. Folks have been pretty safety conscious when it comes to do it yourself home improvement projects, however, not so much in their leisure time. An analysis of government data by Value penguin found fewer emergency room visits for home improvement related injuries over the past year. But at the same time, there was a big jump in injuries related to barbecue grills and hot tubs coming up in half an hour. The one kitchen feature that if it's missing four out of 10, people will say no to that house. Steven back to you. Thanks, Bill, and now Helping our nation's wounded. Warriors lead more independent lives using smart home technology. It started more than 10 years ago when the smart home tech market took off all across the country. The Veterans Administration saw that and realized that the same tech we all use in our homes could help improve the lives of disabled veterans and active duty service members. Let's talk about it now with someone who's made that her life's work. Joining us now is Melissa Oliver, Occupational therapist and programme coordinator of the Assistive technology program at the Veterans Administration's Central Virginia Healthcare System in Richmond. Melissa, Welcome to real estate today. Thank you Excited about being here We are so glad you're here. So Melissa as we approach Independence Day across America. I've got to think that today's smart home Tech is helping our wounded veterans and other people with disabilities lead more independent lives. Tell us about that. Absolutely. There is so much technology that's available to our veterans and active duty service members that makes their life independent everything from just being able to remember to take their medications. Or even remember to pick up their kids from school or remember doctor's appointment that they might need to go to, but also it can do everything to home automation where it can control the temperature if they're needing the temperature to be adjusted just by a voice command or hitting an app on your phone. Turning on lights in the evening to being able to change the channel without having to ask somebody else to do it for them. That's wonderful. You know. For many of us Smart Home Tech is just Convenient. And it's a lot of fun, and we all used it for different reasons. But if you have mobility problems or if you have other issues It could be a game changer for you. Oh, absolutely. And as you mentioned, things are so readily available for any of us to use and can be fun at the same time. And that's what's appealing for our veterans and active duty service members, their mainstream. They don't look different than anybody else. And so they're more willing to utilized these devices. So as you mentioned mobility, being an issue, being able to open and close your front door, and they can see who's there and then hit a button, and it opens the door, and then it closes and locks it behind him when somebody leaves. That's a great sense of security, but also that sense of independence as well. And you know Melissa from looking at your website. I understand that it's not just a one size fits all approach. It's a very individual, and it begins with the veterans doctor and based on the doctor's report, your lab gets to work to figure out how to help. That individual veteran live a better life absolutely are assistive technology program has been around for over 11 years and we've been able to create a great experience. With technology by working with our providers are doctors to understand what we do, and then they refer the veterans to our services, and then we meet with the veteran whether it's in person or through telehealth. To determine kind of what their needs are what their goals are. We talked with their family and caregivers to see what those struggles have been. And then we try out different pieces of technology that can make their life more independent. And determine what's going to be the best match for them and their family. And then we'll do a follow up visit, whether it's through face to face or through telehealth services. To determine how well did that implementation work for them? And are there any other areas that we can help to improve their lives? That's wonderful. Well, Melissa, we still have a lot more to talk about. I was wondering if you could join us again. In the next hour of real estate today. Absolutely thank you. Melissa Melissa Oliver, Occupational therapist and programme coordinator of the Assistive Technology program. At the Veterans Administration. Central Virginia Healthcare System enrichment coming.

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"mark fleming" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Of inflation are fueling concerns about mortgage interest rates. But rising rates could actually be a good thing. Andy Walden is director of market research at Black Night, he told CNBC. The broad expectation is for mortgage rates to kind of gradually or maybe even sharply. It points to rise over the next couple of years. The challenge In the housing market is that there's so little inventory that we're continuing to see red hot prices, so we're kind of seeing a dynamic where the housing market continues to rise faster than it should. Meanwhile, first, American chief economist Mark Fleming said on Yahoo finance we do expect. Ultimately, interest rates are going to go up and mortgage rates will go up with it. But that doesn't mean that the housing market can continue. It does mean likely that House price appreciation will cool. That's a good thing because 16 17% in some markets over 20% annualized house price appreciation is obviously not indefinitely. Sustainable. The 30 year fixed rate has hovered around 3% an historic low for months. The head of the federal agency that oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is losing his job because of a Supreme Court ruling. The White House is going to replace Mark Calabria as head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, or F H F A. The Supreme Court ruled late last month that the current structure of the FAA is unconstitutional and that the president should have more power to appoint or remove its director. Well. Folks have been pretty safety conscious when it comes to do it yourself home improvement projects, however, not so much in their leisure time and analysis of government data by value. Penguin found fewer emergency room visits for home improvement related injuries over the past year. But at the same time there was a big jump and injuries related to barbecue grills and hot tubs coming up in half an hour. The one kitchen feature that if it's missing four out of 10, people will say no to the house. Steven back to you. Thanks, Bill. And now Helping our nation's wounded. Warriors lead more independent lives using smart home technology. It started more than 10 years ago when the smart home tech market took off all across the country. The Veterans Administration saw that and realized that the same tech we all use in our homes could help improve the lives of disabled veterans and active duty service members. Let's talk about it now with someone who's made that her life's work. Joining us now is Melissa Oliver, Occupational therapist and programme coordinator of the Assistive technology program at the Veterans Administration's Central Virginia Healthcare System in Richmond. Melissa, Welcome to real estate today. Thank you Excited about being here We are so glad you're here. So Melissa as we approach Independence Day across America. I've got to think that today's smart home Tech is helping our wounded veterans and other people with disabilities lead more independent lives. Tell us about that. Absolutely. There is so much technology that's available to our veterans and active duty service members that makes their life independent everything from just being able to remember to take their medications. Or even remember to pick up their kids from school or remember doctor's appointment that they might need to go to, but also it can do everything to home automation, where it can control the temperature of their needing the temperature to be adjusted just by a voice command or hitting an app on your phone. Turning on lights in the evening to being able to change the channel without having to ask somebody else to do it for them. That's wonderful. You know. For many of us Smart Home Tech is just Convenient. And it's a lot of fun, and we all use it for different reasons. But if you have mobility problems or if you have other issues It could be a game changer for you know, absolutely. And as you mentioned, things are so readily available for any of us to use and can be fun at the same time. And that's what's appealing for our veterans and active duty service members, their mainstream. They don't look different than anybody else. And so they're more willing to utilized these devices. So as you mentioned mobility, being an issue, being able to open and close your front door, and they can see who's there and then hit a button, and it opens the door, and then it closes and locks it behind him when somebody leaves. That's a great sense of security, but also that sense of independence as well. And you know Melissa from looking at your website. I understand that it's not just a one size fits all approach. It's very individual, and it begins with the veterans doctor and based on the doctor's report, your lab gets to work to figure out how to help that individual veteran live a better life. Absolutely are assistive technology program has been around for over 11 years and we've been able to create a great experience with technology by working with our providers are doctors to understand what we do, and then they refer The veterans to our services, and then we meet with the veteran whether it's in person or through telehealth to determine kind of what their needs are what their goals are. We talked with their family and caregivers. To see what those struggles have been, and then we try out different pieces of technology that can make their life more independent and determine what's going to be the best match for them and their family. And then we'll do a follow up visit, whether it's through face to face or through Telehealth services to determine how well did that implementation work for them, And are there any other areas that we can help to improve their lives? That's wonderful. Well, Melissa, we still have a lot more to talk about. I was wondering if you could join us again. In the next hour of real estate today. Absolutely thank you. Melissa Melissa Oliver, Occupational therapist and programme coordinator of the Assistive technology program at the Veterans Administration's Central Virginia Healthcare System in Richmond..

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"mark fleming" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"mark fleming" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of inflation are fueling concerns about mortgage interest rates. But rising rates could actually be a good thing. Andy Walden is director of market research at Black Night, he told CNBC. The broad expectation is for mortgage rates to kind of gradually or maybe even sharply of points to rise over the next couple of years. The challenge In the housing market is that there's so little inventory that we're continuing to see red hot prices, so we're kind of seeing a dynamic or the housing market continues to rise faster than it should. Meanwhile, first, American chief economist Mark Fleming said on Yahoo finance we do expect. Ultimately, interest rates are going to go up in mortgage rates will go up with it. But that doesn't mean that the housing market can continue. It does mean likely that House price appreciation will cool. That's a good thing because 16 17% in some markets over 20% annualized house price appreciation is obviously not indefinitely. Sustainable. The 30 year fixed rate has hovered around 3% an historic low for months. The head of the federal agency that oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is losing his job because of a Supreme Court ruling. The White House is going to replace Mark Calabria as head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, or F H F A. The Supreme Court ruled late last month that the current structure of the FAA is unconstitutional and that the president should have more power to appoint or remove its director. Well. Folks have been pretty safety conscious when it comes to do it yourself home improvement projects, however, not so much in their leisure time. An analysis of government data by Value penguin found fewer emergency room visits for home improvement related injuries over the past year. But at the same time, there was a big jump and injuries related to barbecue grills and hot tubs coming up in half an hour. The one kitchen feature that if it's missing four out of 10, people will say no to that house. Steven back to you. Thanks, Bill, and now Helping our nation's wounded. Warriors lead more independent lives using smart home technology. It started more than 10 years ago when the smart home tech market took off all across the country. The Veterans Administration saw that and realized that the same tech we all use in our homes could help improve the lives of disabled veterans and active duty service members. Let's talk about it now with someone who's made that her life's work. Joining us now is Melissa Oliver, Occupational therapist and programme coordinator of the Assistive technology program at the Veterans Administration's Central Virginia Healthcare System in Richmond. Melissa, Welcome to real estate today. Thank you Excited about being here We are so glad you're here. So Melissa as we approach Independence Day across America. I've got to think that today's smart home Tech is helping our wounded veterans and other people with disabilities lead more independent lives. Tell us about that. Absolutely. There is so much technology that's available to our veterans and active duty service members that makes their life independent everything from just being able to remember to take their medications. Or even remember to pick up their kids from school or remember doctor's appointment that they might need to go to, but also it can do everything to home automation where it can control the temperature if they're needing the temperature to be adjusted just by a voice command or hitting an app on your phone. Turning on lights in the evening to being able to change the channel without having asked somebody else to do it for them. That's wonderful. You know. For many of us Smart Home Tech is just Convenient. And it's a lot of fun, and we all use it for different reasons. But if you have mobility problems or if you have other issues It could be a game changer for you. Oh, absolutely. And as you mentioned, things are so readily available for any of us to use and can be fun at the same time. And that's what's appealing for our veterans and active duty service members, their mainstream. They don't look different than anybody else. And so they're more willing to utilized these devices. So as you mentioned mobility, being an issue, being able to open and close your front door, and they can see who's there and then hit a button, and it opens the door, and then it closes and locks it behind him when somebody leaves. Has a great sense of security, but also that sense of independence as well. And you know Melissa from looking at your website. I understand that it's not just a one size fits all approach. It's very individual, and it begins with the veterans doctor and based on the doctor's report, your lab gets to work to figure out how to help that individual veteran live a better life. Absolutely are assistive technology program has been around for over 11 years and we've been able to create a great experience with technology by working with our providers are doctors to understand what we do, and then they refer The veterans to our services, and then we meet with the veteran whether it's in person or through telehealth to determine kind of what their needs are what their goals are. We talked with their family and caregivers. To see what those struggles have been, and then we try out different pieces of technology that can make their life more independent and determine what's going to be the best match for them and their family. And then we'll do a follow up visit, whether it's through face to face or through Telehealth services to determine how well did that implementation work for them, And are there any other areas that we can help to improve their lives? That's wonderful. Well, Melissa, we still have a lot more to talk about. I was wondering if you could join us again. In the next hour of real estate today. Absolutely thank you. Melissa Melissa Oliver, Occupational therapist and programme coordinator of the Assistive technology program at the Veterans Administration's Central Virginia Healthcare System in.

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