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"michael gardner" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Decided to keep a careful eye in her home in december. One of those neighbors called police to tell them that john bunting and robert wagner were removing furniture from susan's house with no sign of her at all when police arrived bunting flash the front door key and explained that they were simply helping. Suzanne moved to a new place convinced. The officers went on their way. Of course bunting story was a complete fabricating. Suzanne was already dead though. Exactly how that happened is less certain. Bunting later claimed that suzanne died of natural causes that he found her body alone in her house when he broke in one day. Given what we know about bunting it's difficult to believe that explanation what came next however with wagner by his side. Bunting moved suzanne's body to her bathtub and dismembered her at one stage wagner held suzanne's head out to bunting and tried to make him kiss it to them death a game when their work was done the two men bundled the pieces into garbage bags and toss them into the still open hole in buntings backyard. Then with the pit considerably fuller. They covered the dirt with cement in time. A rainwater tank was placed on the cement the perfect cover but even at ponting and wagner word done with suzanne. Her story wasn't over yet. On december tenth nineteen ninety-six suzanne's brother reported her missing. An investigation was opened. Then in february police noticed that suzanne was making regular withdrawals from her bank account doing their due diligence. Detectives reached out to suzanne's last known boyfriend john bunting by this time bunting had redirected suzanne's mailed to his address making it look like she lived with him so his claims that he'd seen her recently weren't hard to believe authorities also took his word when he said that suzanne wanted nothing to do with her family anymore. With little to go on the case fizzled out and police. Lost touch with suzanne's brother so there was no one to follow things up once again. John bunting and robert wagner had gotten away with it. That wasn't the only thing wagner had to celebrate by this time wagner was engaged. He left his childhood abuser berry lane and declared he wasn't gay after all in fact he'd grown more like bunting than ever enthusiastically espousing violent hateful rhetoric about gay people people of color and peta files with such a winning personality. It's hardly surprising. That wagner attracted a woman willing to marry him his fiancee. Who will call. Nancy was a mother of three. She also just happened to be friends with a young man named michael gardner. And to wagner's chagrin michael was openly k. But if the nineteen year old sensed any hostility from actor. He didn't let it affect his friendship with nancy. He often came to visit and was always happy to babysit her kids when she needed a hand. One day wagner walked into a room where michael was playing with nancy's children and saw him reach out and put a hand over the eldest boys mouth this apparently triggered traumatic memories for wagner. You see like and like jamie. He'd reportedly been abused by a family friend as a young boy and his abuser had placed his hand over wagner's mouth to stifle his cries so now seeing a man do that to another child made him see red. He decided to retaliate against michael. At the time. Michael was house sitting for his friend nicole so bunting and wagner knew that he be alone perfect for an ambush. It was the middle of september nineteen ninety-seven when they abducted. Michael brought him to a home in the town of murray bridge about sixty miles away there. They subjected him to brutal sustained. Beatings and torture. When they tired of this they took the teenager into the garage and slipped a makeshift noose around his neck. Then they rigged it so tightly to an exposed beam. Michael had to remain standing to stay alive with the rope around his neck. They held a phone to michael's ear then made him call a friend on their orders. Michael told this friend he was going to move up north for awhile. The the ask for more details. The line went dead then. Their tracks sufficiently covered bunting and wagner stood there and watched their exhausted abused victim sway on his feet unable to stay up forever. Eventually michael strength faded and their twisted game was over after that bunting and wagner returned into kohl's house to go through michael's things they ransacked the place taking much of michael stuff with them as well as some of nicole's then they left her a note from michael apologizing for a stealing her belongings days later when nicole returned to her trashed house. She found michael's wallet under his bed and was somewhat suspicious about his disappearance. She searched for her friend but ran into brick walls wagner had lies ready to feed her and the trail wasn't so much cold as nonexistent as for michael's body we know that at some stage bunting purchased a forty four gallon drum with a very specific purpose in mind michael was bundled into the barrel and the lead sealed shut for now even with a grown man's body inside it there was still room in the barrel and bunting was eager to fill it up in just two months after they killed michael bunting and wagner struck again and like before they chose someone they knew sometime during nineteen ninety six or nineteen ninety-seven very lane had followed in wagner's footsteps at announce to the world that he was no longer gay and also like his former victim turned partner. He proposed to a woman who will call shelby but whether it was wishful thinking or perhaps even plot to protect himself from buntings. Ir lanes attempt at hetero. Normativity was fleeting. Shelby was a mother of three and when authorities intervened to ensure lane a convicted pedophile. Didn't go near her children. It was the beginning of the end by that stage. Forty two year old lane all but gave up the charade and invited another teenage boy to live with him. Eighteen year old thomas trillion was according to his relatives a troubled young man with a somewhat tenuous grip on reality. He had intense fantasies about serving in the armed forces and dressed constantly in army. Fatigues shelby wasn't impressed with her fiancee's new living arrangement and broke off the engagement. After just a few months still she and lane remained friendly and she was the last person to speak to him before he died on october. Seventeenth nineteen ninety-seven bunting and wagner ambush lane at his home. The exact details of who did want are fuzzy. But it seems that thomas was there at the time and was either involved in planning the attack or was roped into participating by the older man decision to target berry. Lameness perhaps an obvious one from both men to bunting lane likely represented every pedophile. He so obviously reviled. Having allegedly been abused himself as a young boy the hatred makes sense for wagner however the feelings were undoubtedly more complex. Lean was his former abuser and then for years has lover it seems likely that for him perhaps even more than bunting the attack on.

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Tiger Woods' legendary career may be over after Los Angeles car crash

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Tiger Woods' legendary career may be over after Los Angeles car crash

"Legend Tiger Woods remains hospitalized following surgery on his right leg broken in several places in a rollover crash that he had yesterday on a steep road in suburban Los Angeles. The AP, said. Dottie, who reports Woods Pro career may be over L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva says they will look into whether speed was a factor. But there were no indications of drugs or alcohol. What it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg. Some of the fractures went through the skin doctor Michael Gardner it, Stanford Medical says. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer, Fellow golfer Rory McIlroy says for Tiger Woods, golf shouldn't be on a map right now he's alive. He's not Superman. What I mean. It's not like, you know, he's a human being at the end of the day, and he's already been through so much Tiger Woods was rehabbing from back surgery before the crash.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

"Version of the bill earlier if it becomes state law, violators could get up to 10 years in prison. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News I'm to McGuire Golf legend Tiger Woods remains hospitalized following surgery on his right leg broken in several places in a rollover crash that he had yesterday on a steep road in suburban Los Angeles. The AP, said. Dottie, who reports Woods Pro career may be over L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva says they will look into whether speed was a factor. But there were no indications of drugs or alcohol. What it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg. Some of the fractures went through the skin doctor Michael Gardner it, Stanford Medical says. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer, Fellow golfer Rory McIlroy says for Tiger Woods, golf shouldn't be on a map right now he's alive. He's not Superman. What I mean is not like, you know, he's a human being at the end of the day, and he's already been through so much Tiger Woods was rehabbing from back surgery before the crash. I made Donahue Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says U. S troops are part of the effort to vaccinate people in California. We're in the business of Protecting Americans and saving lives on they feel really good about What they've been doing. Austin says The military is also working to provide the information needed for reluctant troops to agree to the coronavirus vaccinations. California is the first state to have 50,000 deaths in the pandemic. Los Angeles County reporting another 806 deaths in cases that dated from early December 2 early this month. The impact of last week's snowstorm. Bitter cold and massive power outage still being felt in Houston and other parts of Texas. Thousands are turning to food banks and other organizations in order to eat Houston Fire Chief Samuel Opinion Right now there are people in need, as you can see,.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

"Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says drugs and alcohol were not involved in golf legend Tiger Woods accident yesterday morning. Thankfully, he came through the surgery. They passed him altogether. Stabilized it in hours and keep our fingers crossed. We'll have a hopefully successful healing and then get back back on his feet at Stanford Medical Center Dr Michael Gardner, who was not part of the team that operated on, Woods says professional golf is out. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer. After these injuries, it really would be difficult for any golfer, doctors say would shattered bones in his right leg and multiple places he has rods and pins holding the bones in place also runs the risk of infection since some of his fractures went through the skin. The acting Capitol Police chief says officers made some mistakes on the day of last month's riot yoga Nonda. Pittman's giving new details about the police response to the attack. In a statement submitted for a house hearing tomorrow, she says officers did not properly locked down the Capitol complex once an order was given, and did not understand when they were allowed to use deadly force. Her statement fills in crucial details as lawmakers investigate what went wrong. Pittman took over the force after chief Stephen Sund resigned under pressure following the attack. Despite what she calls internal challenges, Pittman stressing officers acted heroically. Songer Megane Washington. People have lined up in their cars for free food and Houston days after the severe winter weather caused so much trouble for the city and the state of Texas fire Chief Samuel Pina. Right now we're looking at the task in front of us. And right now there are people in need, as you can see. There's more. The line is more than a mile long of people needing food, and this is where the need is. And this is where we're gonna be. President..

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"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm to McGuire Golf legend Tiger Woods remains hospitalized following surgery on his right leg broken in several places in a rollover crash that he had yesterday on a steep road in suburban Los Angeles. The AP, said. Dottie, who reports Woods Pro career may be over L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva says they will look into whether speed was a factor. But there were no indications of drugs or alcohol. What it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg. Some of the fractures went through the skin doctor Michael Gardner it, Stanford Medical says. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer, Fellow golfer Rory McIlroy says for Tiger Woods, golf shouldn't be on a map right now he's alive. He's not Superman. What I mean is not like, you know, he's a human being at the end of the day, and he's already been through so much Tiger Woods was rehabbing from back surgery before the crash. I made Donahue Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says U. S troops are part of the effort to vaccinate people in California. We're in the business of Protecting Americans and saving lives on they feel really good about What they've been doing. Austin says The military is also working to provide the information needed for reluctant troops to agree to the coronavirus vaccinations. California is the first state to have 50,000 deaths in the pandemic. Los Angeles County reporting another 806 deaths in cases that dated from early December 2 early this month. The impact of last week's snowstorm. Bitter cold and massive power outage still being felt in Houston and other parts of Texas. Thousands are turning to food banks and other organizations in order to eat Houston Fire Chief Samuel Opinion Right now there are people in need, as you can see,.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

"I'm to McGuire Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says drugs and alcohol were not involved in golf legend Tiger Woods accident yesterday morning. Thankfully, he came through the surgery. They passed him altogether. Stabilized it in hours and keep our fingers crossed. We'll have a hopefully successful healing and getting back back on his feet at Stanford Medical Center Dr Michael Gardner, who was not part of the team that operated on, Woods says professional golf is out. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer. After these injuries, it really would be difficult for any golfer doctor say would shattered bones in his right leg and multiple places he has rods and pins holding the bones in place also runs the risk of infection since some of his fractures went through the skin. The acting Capitol Police chief says officers made some mistakes on the day of last month's riot yoga Nonda. Pittman's giving new details about the police response to the attack. In a statement submitted for a house hearing tomorrow, she says officers did not properly locked down the Capitol complex once an order was given, and did not understand when they were allowed to use deadly force. Her statement fills in crucial details as lawmakers investigate what went wrong. Pittman took over the force after chief Stephen Sund resigned under pressure following the attack. Despite what she calls internal challenges, Pittman stressing officers acted heroically. Songer Megane Washington People have lined up in their cars for free food and Houston days after the severe winter weather caused so much trouble for the city and the state of Texas fire.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm to McGuire golf legend Tiger Woods remains hospitalized following surgery on his right leg broken in several places. In a rollover crash that he had yesterday on a steep road in suburban Los Angeles. The AP, said Dottie, who reports Woods Pro career may be over L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva says they will look into whether speed was a factor. But there were no indications of drugs or alcohol. What it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg. Some of the fractures went through the skin doctor Michael Gardner it, Stanford Medical says. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer, Fellow golfer Rory McIlroy says for Tiger Woods, golf shouldn't be on the map. Right now. He's alive. He's not Superman. What I mean. It's not like, you know, he's a human being at the end of the day, and he's already been through so much Tiger Woods was rehabbing from back surgery before the crash. I made Donahue Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says U. S troops are part of the effort to vaccinate people in California. We're in the business of Protecting Americans and saving lives on they feel really good about What they've been doing. Austin says The military is also working to provide the information needed for reluctant troops to agree to the coronavirus vaccinations. California is the first state to have 50,000 deaths in the pandemic. Los Angeles County reporting another 806 deaths in cases that dated from early December 2 early this month. The impact of last week's snowstorm. Bitter cold and massive power outage still being felt in Houston and other parts of Texas. Thousands are turning to food banks and other organizations in order.

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Tiger Woods’ return to elite golf will be ‘very challenging’

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Tiger Woods’ return to elite golf will be ‘very challenging’

"AP News I'm to McGuire golf legend Tiger Woods remains hospitalized following surgery on his right leg broken in several places. In a rollover crash that he had yesterday on a steep road in suburban Los Angeles. The AP, said Dottie, who reports Woods Pro career may be over L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva says they will look into whether speed was a factor. But there were no indications of drugs or alcohol. What it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg. Some of the fractures went through the skin doctor Michael Gardner it, Stanford Medical says. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer, Fellow golfer Rory McIlroy says for Tiger Woods, golf shouldn't be on the map. Right now. He's alive. He's not Superman. What I mean. It's not like, you know, he's a human being at the end of the day, and he's already been through so much Tiger Woods

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"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on AP News

"Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says drugs and alcohol were not involved in golf legend Tiger Woods accident yesterday morning. Thankfully, he came through the surgery. They passed him altogether. Stabilized it in hours and keep our fingers crossed. They'll have a hopefully successful healing and getting back up back on his feet at Stanford Medical Center, Dr Michael Gardner, who was not part of the team that operated on, Woods says professional golf is out. Unfortunately, it's very, very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer. After these injuries, it really would be difficult for any golfer, doctors say would shattered bones in his right leg and multiple places he has rods and pins holding the bones in place also runs the risk of infection since some of his fractures went through the skin. The acting Capitol Police chief says officers made some mistakes on the day of last month's riot yoga Nonda. Pittman's giving new details about the police response to the attack. In a statement submitted for a house hearing tomorrow, she says officers did not properly locked down the Capitol complex once an order was given, and did not understand when they were allowed to use deadly force. Her statement fills in crucial details as lawmakers investigate what went wrong. Pittman took over the force after chief Stephen Sund resigned under pressure following the attack. Despite what she calls internal challenges, Pittman stressing officers acted heroically. Song, ERM agony Washington People have lined up in their cars for free food and Houston days after the severe winter weather caused so much trouble for the city and the state of Texas Fire Chief Samuel Pina. Right now we're looking at the task in front of us. And right now there are people in need, As you can see, there's more of the line is more than a mile long of people needing food. And.

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Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery

"LA county sheriff Alex villain to wave a says they will look into whether speed was a factor but there were no indications of drugs or alcohol this is what it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg some of the fractures went through the skin Dr Michael Gardner at Stanford medical says unfortunately it's very very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer fellow golfer Rory McElroy says for Tiger Woods golf shouldn't be on the map right now he's alive he's not Superman you know I mean it's not like you know he's he's a human being at the end of the day and you know he's already been through so much Tiger Woods was rehabbing from back surgery before the crash I met Donahue

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"michael gardner" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm David Greene. Six years and 200 outfits ago. Michael Gardner did not know how to so he was looking for a creative outlet and a way to bond with his then three year old daughter, Ava. So in the beginning, I started with refashioning women's clothing. So I went to the thrift store and just resize it for her. I think the first thing I did was actually a pair of pains. I took a woman's skirt. And made it into pants for Ava. He watched a lot of tutorials on YouTube. He asked his sister who can so a lot of questions, and then he just started making stuff. Skirts shirts. Shorts, dresses like whatever was coming to mind. I was just trying it out. Ava is the inspiration for Michael's fashion block and social Media campaign, which is called Daddy dressed me by M. G. M. G, of course, are his initials. The mission was always just a teacher to love herself to be confident, and you're just like a bonding experience like Our bond is literally built on just trying to empower each other, and that's what I love the most. When we're together. Most days, Michael is making an outfit for Eva, who is nine. Now any like special occasions have birthday. Or just, you know, regular days like I'm generally making her something that she wears. Sometimes he's also making a matching outfit for himself. Eva does call a lot of the shots she weighs in on cut style fabric, the whole thing She's a kid. I always want to keep her in that space like she loves to be comfortable. But she loves to be girly, too, so definitely usually bright, bold and very colorful. The pandemic has had a big impact on them. Michael worked in finance at a hotel, and when the hospitality industry took a hit, he was laid off like millions of other Americans. Obviously, when you know everything kind of happened, the sewing machine was like the first thing that I turned to you know me. Creating has always just been. You know, my outlet and now even has started sewing with him. She has her own pink sewing machine. She want to make a man. So we started there. Then this summer she actually made like her first skirt, So it's actually gotten her into something, too. She's very creative also. So that's kind of Been the blessing of like, actually being home with her Throughout this time, they're not selling their work, even though they feel the whole lot of requests for that, Michael says. Daddy made me this is as much about his love of fatherhood as it is about the clothes you never make. Absolutely love being a dad. So The fact that I can combine two things that are like so important to me, which is creating and fatherhood like that's what drives me doing this. Michael Gardner, the creative genius behind the clothing collection. Daddy dressed me by M. G. And it is time for StoryCorps this morning for the last 35 years of vacuum repairman in Melrose, Massachusetts, named Scott Macaulay has been hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for people who have nowhere else to go. It was a situation he found himself in after his parents. Difficult divorce Here is Scott from a StoryCorps interview recorded in 2010. I just thought, Well, there must be some other people.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 9 months ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. The time now is 7 21. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm David Greene. Six years and 200 outfits ago. Michael Gardner did not know how to so he was looking for a creative outlet and a way to bond with his then three year old daughter, Ava. So in the beginning, I started with re fashioning women's clothing. So I went to the thrift store and just resize it for her. I think the first thing I did was actually a pair of pains. I took a woman's skirt. And made it into pants for Ava. He watched a lot of tutorials on YouTube. He asked his sister who can sell a lot of questions, and then he just started making stuff stirred shirts. Shorts, dresses like whatever was coming to mind. I was just trying it out. Ava is the inspiration for Michael's fashion block and social Media campaign, which is called Daddy dressed me by M. G. M. G, of course, are his initials. The mission was always just a teacher out enough ourselves to be confident. And you're just like a bonding experience like Our bond is literally built on just trying to empower each other, and that's what I love the most When we're together. Most days, Michael is making an outfit for Eva, who is nine now. Any like special occasions. Have birthday or just, you know, regular days like I'm generally making her something that she wears. Sometimes he's also making a matching outfit for himself. Eva does call a lot of the shots she weighs in on cut style fabric, the whole thing She's a kid. I always want to keep her in that space like she loves to be comfortable. But she loves to be girly, too, so definitely usually bright, bold and very colorful. Now the pandemic has had a big impact on them. Michael worked in finance at a hotel, and when the hospitality industry took a hit, he was laid off like millions of other Americans. Obviously, when you know everything kind of happened, the sewing machine was like the first thing that I turned to you know me. Creating has always just been. You know my outlet, and now Ava has started sewing with him. She has her own pink sewing machine. She wanted to make a man So we started there than this summer. She actually made like her first skirt, so it's actually gotten her into something, too. She's very creative also. So that's kind of Been a blessing of like, actually being home with her Throughout this time, they're not selling their work, even though they feel the whole lot of requests for that, Michael says. Daddy made me this is as much about his love of fatherhood as it is about the clothes you never make. Absolutely love being a dad. So The fact that I can combine two things that are like so important to me, which is creating and fatherhood like that's what drives me doing it. Michael Gardner, the creative genius behind the clothing collection. Daddy dressed me by M. G. Mm hmm. And it is time for StoryCorps this morning for the last 35 years of vacuum repairman in Melrose, Massachusetts, named Scott Macaulay has been hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for people who have nowhere else to go. It was a situation he found himself in after his parents. Difficult divorce Here is Scott from a StoryCorps interview recorded in 2010. I just thought, well, there must be some other people that.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Not asking the head to do too much. If it's one goal was basically not achieved in the last cycle, 2% inflation Is it really a good idea to be lobbing on additional mandates? Defending not only fools for and I think the answer to that is no, We need to be very careful, right if we're asking, you know, if if we as a society are saying, right, we have a pressing need to address climate change or disparities between groups. That's going to be a policy that physical, you know that that elected officials with a fiscal policy apparatus. They're goingto have todo address monetary policy. I think you know we're trying to do too much had a mandate after mandate after mandate all the little growth and inflation even let me cut in and darn it just goes on like that. Michael and I were just fired up. Forthis is like Bloomberg on the economy reduction. As well. Paul, sweetie and time. Michael Darda. We're thrilled. Michael Dorn is with us with the Dow Up 114 points. Okay, I have one more G question. And then Sweeney is going to get control of the program. My dart. The Dallas Fed had that symposium for John B. Taylor of Stanford. I'm going to get eight years ago. And it was the rules. Baia Lipsky spoke Everybody Wade in here on rules. The drone. Powell State a new form of rule today. He did, But like I said in the opening, you know his phraseology was a flexible form of average inflation targeting so an inflexible approach would be to shift to a no explicit new miracle target or something like a price level. Target target. Where the Fed was you explicitly committed to make up. Do you know a precise magnitude of undershoot or to reverse and overshoot? And that's not what happened today with the power of speech. All right, Mike, So from a practical perspective, What do you expect to change for the Fed as over the next several quarters, if anything, in terms of how they're viewing the rate structure and the economy Great question, So I think one change is going to be less confidence in these Phillips curve relationships right? We discussed the Fed tightening policy when the labor market got quite tight in the last Few years of the pre previous expansion, and they did that Because these Phillips curve models were more or less saying OK, labor markets tightening, and so there's less capacity out there less you know, less room to run, and so that'll put upward pressure on inflation. It was not anticipated that we would get to 50 year low is in the unemployment rate, with inflation still below the feds target. When I read the policy speech, that's what comes through loud and clear that there is going to be less focus on you know on the tight labor market necessary, necessarily generating, you know, ah lot of pressure, inflation or even meaningful pressure on inflation. Michael another variable chairman, Paul answering questions now. Is they do with the defendant? That's fine. One of the headline questions goes to the heart of the matter is a Walter Heller moment. Any inflation overshoot will be moderate comma, not permanent. Says Who? Michael Gardner? Yeah, that's true. I mean, listen, you know, we could end up fighting the last war here in by trying to make up for lost ground on inflation. It could be that there's an overheating and a rise in inflation down the road, not a near term risk, but down the road. You know, that's more than Fed officials are bargaining for or anticipating. And so that you know that is a risk. It's not a near term risk, but it's a good point that you So, Michael, What do you think is the most? I mean, we've been talking about 2% inflation, but it's been a very long time before since this economy had to deal with that type of inflation level. What do you think would get us to that type of level over some appreciable period of time. And fourth on before, which would be total aggregate demand. So nominal GDP. This is a favorite metric of Tom keen total spending in the economy. It was very moderate in the last cycle, averaging just 4% per annum. So if really growth potentials around to, you're not going to get, you know inflation of much above two and so really, what the Fed would need to do here would be to set a path for aggregate demand. Nominal GDP, Tio Teo to move up in a way to running away relative to growth potential That would get inflation to 2%. Now we're you know, we're a depressed economy because we just got hit with his shock, so aggregate demand is gonna have to run much faster than the growth rate of potential. For a full recovery to take shape. But once that happens, nominal growth will have to be adequate enough to generate at least 2% in inflation. And with growth potential around two, maybe a little below two. That'll be 4% nominal. Let's go to the reality. Michael Darda one final question. You've been wonderful. How urgent is that? The chairman Powell get a stimulus package. From the White House from the Senate from the house. You know, it's a fascinating question, Tom. I mean, we've been telling clients. Basically you've got three variables to account for here on unanticipated fiscal shock and unanticipated monetary shock, and then the evolution of the pandemic itself out of the three. You know, the news on the pandemic has been getting better over the last few weeks. Obviously, the feds do is, you know, doing what they're doing to help?.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah, Another really good questions. So you know these leading companies that are really leading innovation. They're gonna have very high valuations. In an environment where you have growth were growth is positive, but discount rates. And inflation are quite low. But the issue, as you noted, is that if you're trading at a huge price to sales multiple if you start to disappoint in any way or economic cycle turns down, there could be an enormous plunge. So you know what goes up can come back down. Equally is forcefully. The key question going forward is is some of the rotation we've started to see. Goingto have legs so energy, for example, absolutely obliterated this year, but it's done phenomenally well from the lows of the year. You know, that's one value sector that can continue. To recover in in our view, and there are certainly some some others. So if we if we way Seymour legs in this rotation into some of the value and traditional value encyclical names in the market, you know the market can continue to power higher from here. Michael Gardner. We see a mortgage rate under 3%. What's your actuarial assumption? What is the Expected return of some form of retirement pension portfolio. Well, Tom, I think they're going to you know, it's going to be certainly lower Azad consequence and we mentioned the market going up 40% over the last few months. So the meal, So when you when you move up like that, then the you know the anticipated returns should be lower in those low. Discount rates are telling you, you know lower returns over an extended period of time, so that's certainly created some problems for pension shortfalls. But You know we're going toe. You know, we're going to be in a relatively low return world even though we bounced pretty dramatically from from the lowest on risk assets of the year. Mike. Great to hear from you, sir. Some of the family send down best to the family. Why? You might doubt it again. Kay em. Some might mentioning the underperformance of, say, energy over the year, and the rebound was seen at the cyclical parts of this market this way. Really interesting. Our colleague Sarah Ponzi, putting out this step in the last 24 hours nasty 100 down 2.7% this week s and P 500 0.6% this week. That puts this week on track to be the worst relative weight for the NASDAQ since May 2000 and nine Tom huge after former tech underperforming through this week, we'll see before and then it drifts away. I'm not sure what the staying power of this is, but on a deviation basis. Those ratios, however, you look at it, John are way way out of kilter. I mean, the run year that we've seen in the NASDAQ 100 Is almost not mathematically chargeable. Lisa, just getting a terminal subscriber run again that the equity market doesn't make sense here that it's like a sparkly green bow tie. You've got my email on a nice Suit Bowtie spot Who's out of nice here? Maybe there's some parallels that just feels comfortable to you when you were born Lily on Madison Avenue yesterday, and I said I got to be funded. Did they feel sorry for you or you for them? No, they weren't open. I just, You know fun. Do you have a sparkly green bow tie? Oh, it's Lily. That's is it now. It's always it's sparkling. This is working well on radio guys, We're going to put a picture out for the Philistines on radio coming up on this program. Mike Mayo Wells Fargo Security Celia Bank candles That was a nice out from New York City had only a radio when we go home. See, Numbering. Deactivate this. It's blowing back. Now. The latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Bar Tom, Lisa John. Thank you very much. New ABC NEWS Washington Post Poll.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on On Shuffle

On Shuffle

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on On Shuffle

"And then all of a sudden it picked up, especially after the music video where he likes slams the crutches down the in is riding around on the little on the hover around in the air cast, or whatever. Yup. Yup. I would say that. Yeah. That's probably like if there are one hit wonders that one is probably it. Although like the project was mud boy was okay. I I think that the probably the only two. Songs that survived my in my rotation from that were were mobile and g mail. But I also like, but also is just kind of the the stuff that the one hit wonders that I really think about our random things that I find on soundcloud, and then like will play forever. And or until I hate it. There's one song called Swoosh me up by this guy named Swoosh Qods back. These spin kissy my. Women. Hell, what are you my friend? I never can't nice. Please that I've listened to so much like so much in the in the last couple of months or weeks, whatever it's like a personal. Yeah. It's it's it's definitely I I listen to it so much that it messed up my year and metrics for Spotify. So I like the name Swoosh God though. Yeah. It is a pretty tight name. Let's run. The next question though. This one from Michael Gardner at 'em. Garner LC is the Black Panther soundtrack overrated. Underrated properly rated do you think it has a chance to win the Grammy. Oscar combo it deserves. So you're I think the Black Panther soundtrack is probably properly rated because he got a a I mean like all the stars got a Golden Globe nomination. And then he's got eight more gravy nominations for that album. You might have been able to say that it was underrated towards maybe like the middle of the year when the best of two thousand eighteen so far less for coming out. Just because it was easy to forget that Black Panther happened this year just because the phenomenon long ago. Yeah. But I mean like it's up for everything all the awards. So I think is possible that it could be overrated. Just because it is woven into an it's hard to separate it from the cultural moment in the cultural phenomenon that Black Panther was like, let's say it was the soundtrack for like ant, man, and the wasp or something. You think that men in the waas can inspire a song seasons? But I think that like probably let's just go at properly rated I think it's properly. Yeah. Let's the next question at OG gauged Johnson to questions to to for. I what did you think of takeoffs album second? What did you think of the juice world and future world on drugs out them? Should I take down? Did you listen to those? I was about to do the in living color hated it. I don't ever think of takeoffs album one and for juice world in future. Listen to it. It was very very monotonous. Repetitive. And I would never listen to it again by choice. Honestly, I'd like the future and juice world project. When I first heard it. But then again, I had already been drinking that Thursday evening when it came out, so drinking what doesn't matter, but I do really like the first two songs on the project jetlag and astronaut sound like the two. Songs off of that project that they were actually physically in the studio together four the rest of it to sounds like they were emailing back and forth in kind of playing off of riffs that each of the other had already laid down, and it was just kind of monotonous and unfocused, and I didn't like it. But I really do like the I like mainly jetlag mainly jetlag. I like off that album. Do you think the juice world? Because obviously, I mean, I can't say I mean cynical way to look at it would be the future kind of juice world. I think had dreamed of collaborating with future in futures popularity was kind of a waning waning a little bit this year fair to say in and juice world was popping. And so it's done a project should have happened. I'll put it that way. And it's definitely a case of like somebody latching onto, you know, a younger more it was that was a turn that was happening across hip hop this year, Nikki manashian Takashi Kanye west in little. Pump kinda west in excess has shown just latch onto the bubbling controversial whatever younger rapper that you know, like at least people are talking about..

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"michael gardner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"So again, if I didn't get the job I didn't get into law school, and I didn't get the job at NBC. I wanted to go home and write for the Miami Herald, I had always thought of myself in that vein as as as a print reporter my first experience with television was I worked as an intern at the nineteen Eighty-four Olympics in Los Angeles for ABC sports. And that's how I eventually ended up at NBC eighty eight, but I didn't really know much about television or how it worked. But I do remember in eighty four at the Olympics in L A of sneaky. Look into the control room and watching Roone Arledge at work. And I thought okay, that's pretty cool. And and so I was attracted to television, even though I had always thought of myself as a print guy. And then honestly thought it was cool because he was calling the shots calling the shots. And it was like an orchestra a control room that works in a live television aspect is like is like an orchestra and the executive producer is the conductor and your calling out the shots. And you're and you're talking to the anchors, and it's a it's an incredible thing to say, and eventually that's what I ended up doing it. And I loved it. And there's nowhere. I love being more than a control room for a big live event. You still do that you still you still? You're still calling the shots. When people a lot of people don't understand why you know, someone who's running CNN would want to also go into the control room on on the big election nights or big event nights. And and sit in the seat, and the reason is because I think there's nothing more exciting television than live television on a big night. And you know, I think for many years it's what I did. And I I loved it. I think that I am very good under pressure in a control room. And I think I understand story. Pretty well. And so I think that you have to figure out what the story is at a moment's notice. And I think all of those things are why I love being in a control room. So when you a kid you first your field producer for Katie Couric was and today show. Yeah. And so you were what twenty three twenty four. Yeah. I mean, I was. Yeah. Twenty three twenty four years old when I was producing for Katie. And then not so long after that, you became the supervising producer for the they show. So now, you're in the you're in the room in. Yeah. Now, I'm in the control room. And so by the age of, you know, twenty four twenty five I'm basically running the control room at the today show, which is absurd. If you think about it. But and it's not like anybody ever taught me how to you know, run a control room. I just like figured it out. Yeah. And I I appreciate that. I've never been trained for anything. I've ever done. Right. It's like, look, I think a lot of it is intuitive. And and you just you just learn how it works and you figure it out. And I think I did have a real in. I think I I had a real sense of how to have conduct that orchestra. And I and it turned out to be good. And I got really noticed. At that young age. And by the time you twenty five year the executive producer today. Yeah. So I I think I turned twenty six when when I slack her takeover. Exactly, look, you know, I was incredibly lucky and fortunate. I had worked incredibly hard the today show was not doing very well at the time. Yes. And so they decided, well, let's just take a chance on on this young guy. Now, I was very fortunate that the president of NBC news was a gentleman named Michael Gardner, former print guy former print surprise winner, in fact, Pulitzer prize winner, in fact, was the page one editor of the Wall Street Journal when he was twenty six and so he had no compunction about asking a twenty six year old punk to to take over the today show..

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"michael gardner" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"And skeptical of the papacy. I believe this is this s are, are. Fanaticism with Catala. Gee, I think is the version is the Catholic version of of Protestant inquisitiveness agree. Yeah, I think it's like you guys are often with like Mary and stuff like we, we talked to you guys like, so why do you pray to Mary Yaser like? So you guys think you're flying up in the sky? That's how this works. There's a cultural you guys, so you guys do whatever the pope tells ya, and you guys say, so you guys think you're fairies, that's that's how this works is just fly off into fairyland when there's a trumpet, right? You're laughing because that's kind of light, right. I know anyway, let's continue with the Email from eighth from Nathan. He says, I wanted to ask you for any good resources on each of the three dimensions you talked about. I can't give you what, except my own writings, because I, I came up with this the three dimensional thinking of no, why you believe what you believe, which is something I just lifted right out of the words of Peter in the New Testament, but to know why other people believe what they believe, which is the second dimension and the third dimension. No. Why are the people believe what they believe about what you believe. That's my own thing. I don't have too many original thoughts. You know. I've pointed this out before there was this company when we were kids at advertise all the football games and their tagline was, we don't make the products you buy. We make the products you buy better. That's kind of what I do for a living on and off the air, whether I'm consulting for people or broadcasting. Conservative ideals is I'm taking other people's momentous work, and I'm trying to frame it and message. It may be better than they're capable. I don't do. I don't have a lot of my own original thoughts. This one is one, so the really isn't a resource other than this is something I are minute a guy developed over the years spending a lot of time in liberal media working in with in around and four people with different value systems. You know, one of my bosses in sports talk radio was the former head of NBC news. Michael Gardner who I mean, you don't get more liberal media than Michael Gartner. And and Michael is brilliant. And so if I, if if I wasn't able to come correct with what I believed, he was good to make me choke on it. And so these are just ideas that in a in a in a theory that I just came up with over the years because I come from a democ-. A lot of Democrats in my family. I'm around people all the time in my industry that don't believe the same things or the premises I do. And that's becoming increasingly true in conservative media as well. You know, a lot of the Judeo Christian or biblical premises for things that drove conservative media from really it's advent in the eighties until maybe around George W Bush's reelection in two thousand and four isn't around really anymore. You know, I mean, we we have national review is writing articles about it's time to accept transgenderism which Bill Buckley would had you scourged if you would've ever suggested that to him. Okay. When he ran the place. You know, we're debating Newsmax or not Newsmax, but life site news and national review are debating whether Fox News is to gay. You know, it's a different conservative media is different. Now. It's it's far more secularized now. And so even console ca- some of your Stevie working conservative media, how are you around people with divergent views? Oh, I'm around people with divergent worldviews. All of the time. Don't just think because people may come to similar political conclusions. They don't have divergent worldviews, right? So that the three dimensional thinking is frankly just something that I came up with trial and error, my own conscience. You know, God's wisdom at work in my life to help me navigate as someone that has a who does his best to to hold true to a biblical worldview in what I believe in communicate. But how do I do that? When I'm my same ING, I'm commanded spiritually to walk this a road. And then I've got this professional mandate to broadcast and the first word there is what brought..

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"michael gardner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:47 min | 4 years ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Mom entertainment tonight amount before the glenn praying in thirty minutes we have something about healthcare that you need to know i'm tired of waiting around for congress i'm at what are you going to do what are we going to do as a company how am i going to be able to afford the everincreasing singh cost because they're not going to go down anything that republicans even are trying to do are not going to make your health care a premiums or your deductibles go down just not going to happen they are forcing us into a single payer system while there is a carveout and there is something that you can do about it and we're gonna tell you about a coming up in just about thirty minutes we have michael gardner on he is he is the communications director for a new style of healthcare and i want you to hear about it it may be very useful for you and your family so why did john mccain come back you know after the diagnosis send the revelation of brain cancer had a major surgery and things are things are bad for john mccain then i don't was saying anything bad about john mccain because i do believe he was a patriot back in the 1960s what he did is still one of the most incredible stories of of valor i think in the american military i i think what he did in the hanoi hilton is something that i know i've already taught my kids with that being said that was then this is now he is a guy that it does is a a leader of the progressive arm of the republican party and he came back because we now know there were about fourteen republican senators who did not want to go go home and say i voted against obamacare i'm sorry i voted against the repeal of obamacare they needed to be able to keep their promise they needed a fall guy and that fallguy was john mccain because john mccain you can't criticize him now he has brain cancer you can't criticize him now because everybody's in this he's an elder statesman he's got brain cancer and he's in fullfledged legacy building.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Oh as entertainment and enlightenment before glenn in thirty minutes we have something about healthcare that unita no i'm tired of waiting around for congress i'm at what are you gonna do what are we going to do as a company are you going to be able to afford the everincreasing costs because they're not going to go down anything that republicans even are trying to do are not gonna make your health care premiums or your deductibles go down just not going to happen they are forcing us into a single payer system while there is a carveout and there is something that you can do about it and we're gonna tell you about a coming up in just about thirty minutes we have michael gardner on he is is the communications director for a new style of health care and i want you to hear about it it may be very useful for you and your family so why did john mccain come back the after the diagnosis send the revelation of brain cancer had a major surgery and things are things are bad for john mccain and i don't wanna see anything bad about john mccain because i do believe he was a patriots back in the 1960s what he did is still one of the most incredible stories of of valor i think in the american military uh i think what he did in the hanoi hilton is something that i know i've already taught my kids with that being said that was then this is now he is a guy that it does is a a leader of the progressive arm of the republican party and he came back because we now know there were about fourteen republican senators who did not want.

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"michael gardner" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:53 min | 5 years ago

"michael gardner" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Gardner says failing to address the issue is unfair to immigrants fear here are working they live with us nerve part of our community to ignore that they require healthcare like every other person in the country i think it's more always suspect i think it's fiscally foolish hardly anyone in indianapolis wants to talk about this diminish sure there's a desk hospital declined repeated request to be interviewed even wanna hospitals and does give charity care to some patients wouldn't talk about it controversial i think it's like michael gardner say that providing guy also only an emergency this is cruel into expensive but others argue that immigrants who came to the us if we goalie shouldn't get three health care so for now people like margarita will have to wait some more after one round of the al assists she said to stay in the hospital overnight she's had another around this morning she's finished for now is the tho yet i'm gonna say and the settle thomas than normal the elsewhere couple star andy is that a blessing she said she's just waiting to go home and start all over again every game rests in sees what happened before she leaves as curve it's scary to live like that's basically watch yourself get sinker over time much quicker than it sure getting rendered assets take a had a little slump is that culminated in the into the eighth they gave us for it she says journey so as wonders at the next streak is going to be worth her body is deteriorating is always the uncertainty of what lies ahead sales have a deficit but handle sensing fixes they playing sixty limited they can knows that and when officials to pick are up enough turned in wheelchair he handed the elevator through the lobby with the giants class aside hasta man playing a grand canyon now margarita and doesn't seem interest in slowing down the listen to be back here soon enough.

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