17 Burst results for "Mike Rear"

"mike rear" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Okay. What the Fed has basically job owned interest rates lower and. You know there's there's a limit as to how high they can go and there's you know there's theoretically no limit as to how low they can go. But I really rates are kind of in arraigned here. There's just nothing very exciting about it. So from your perspective, how do you think about term structure? What is the key benchmark you look at you look at tens might as twos do you look all the way at the thirty year end of? The curve, how do you think about it and what are the key references that you use while for most of my career I looked at twos tents I looked at the spread between twos and tans, and that was basically the benchmark for curb trades, and now we're doing this sort of de facto euchre control. In short term rates are very low out to about five years. If you WANNA look at the Kirby, really have to look at five thirties I've looked at ten sturdy's a lot Mike Rear tens thirties pretty good measure of long-term inflation expectations. So if you look at a chart of tens thirties over the last six months, it's actually widened significantly. That's a pretty good sign of inflation expectations. But right now, it'd be looking at five thirties. Yeah, it's interesting I think a lot of the main investing websites don't even have ten thirty as a as a sort of a benchmark index that they that they put out most of the conversation happens about around Tuesday tens. So it's interesting to see that with some of the. Monetary policy causing action at the short end of the curb you've actually shifted your timer is in further outward alongside of the curve. I mean, of course. Now we have twenty two which complicates things even more. So yeah. So, let's switch gears again and talk a little bit about the currency market. What are your thoughts on the dollar right now? Consolidating there's a lot of dollar bulls they're very vocal. They think that I mean obviously the dollar is going higher..

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"mike rear" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

Powerhouse Politics

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

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"mike rear" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We only Levin on the roster because we traded to for one for Bush three rookies on the team, Mike reared and Dennis done. They and those players were played limited minutes, those guys bonded together as a result, you know, I felt left out of something that was extremely successful the next year they started out with almost eighteen victories in a row and went on to win a championship in nineteen seventy sixty nine seventy and I was left on the injured list because of the spinal fusion ahead during the off season. I remember watching that team with pry, but yet with some sensory gret that I could participate in the same level that they have is the when I came back to play the next two years we went to the final. Again, seventy two went to win the championship seventy three. They incorporated me in the team that was very important because haven't been on the outside trying to find my way in the inside, you know, when you go in the shower after game guys come over and tell you what a great job you did off and they supported, you got great support today. And I needed that rescue gave me or you did a better job defensively on the guy, I was trying to cover, or whatever it made for such a great team atmosphere, that, you know, you don't forget that and you try to help you team find that level of support so that they can build that kind of relationship together Bill, one of the things that I always admired and appreciated about your success, both in Chicago in Los Angeles, that you understood what each player needed to do in order to be successful..

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"mike rear" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Around the Horn

"But you look at what what yada at both ends of the floor where he leads the league in defensive wind shares which I can't possibly explain to you in the time. I have a lot. One of and he's doing all kinds of things as a twenty five ten guy. He's got we've got time to you want. You want to get into the wind share, please Mickley. Yes. Yes. Please. Yeah. Yeah. Give back to the the issue at hand, though. Would it be who've the bucks to kind of rain on is in a little bit tonight or looking at the VP showdown, and you wanna see it? Well, unless there's an I in all of a sudden they've got to be more concerned about the future. This is about trying to win the NBA title. They've got a shot and they've gone through a few injuries here late which have gotta make three nervous loss brogden Los merge took the lost Saul. And now you've got a hobble Jaanus you want a fully healthy Jaanus going into the playoffs. Now, you know. And the other thing is the MVP race is not about one guy versus another about what they do over the course of the entire season. This is a nineteen seventy-two in Joe Joe white and Bob Lanier met in the one on one championship for the come on. This is Bob knows about that as Bob we've. Earlier you were talking about this earlier. And I just can't even imagine. Bob Lanier is heavy footed a little bit for a one on one game. Joe Joe white as well Cal show you the last word. Mike reared one one of those one on one contests in the seventies. That have all right, Bob. I o to you to go back to you for definitive answer on this may be on wrong. I just know linear has twenty two or is he wasn't moving around. So Fleetwood ostlund near was was a very light on. I always had a carry a picture of him as a ballerina elephant. I took him into taking a hook share you go. So. I stayed correct happily. He's Tony, but it was a Hooker. It can move on his feet. Anyone wanna throw out numbers here for tonight's game before we get to sideways? What would you expect it from expect from you on this and the result children? I think wins when he goes thirty and fifty Hartnell put up thirty forty points. But I was him the game and hard no score. Forty two points. Jaanus team will win the game by Blackstone. Also Janas will go thirty and fifteen and carries team. Ryan. Did oh on Calica but not everybody else. Okay. Well, it sounded like everybody was pretty. Something from last night. I need to get your take on jazz intentionally fouling a race folding to stop Devon Booker from getting the ball and getting sixty on them in the last seconds, fair or foul to intentionally foul. Eighteen eight through stop a player from a milestone, Tim. Absolutely fair for the for the jazz to say Spalding. Go get your foot on the free throw line. It's ridiculous. The Devon Booker is even in the game. Why is he out there? His team is losing by thirty three points. What does it mean to him? Devon bunkers, really good player. Obviously, he scored seventy one. What is a sixty point game gonna mean to him in a blowout. I don't understand what the sun's. Nobody else on the sons had double figures have lent jimmer for debt take a couple more. How he was one for listed a cash fire tape from Cal shop, you think the jazz. We're in there right here. Too fell somebody else so book, it wouldn't get the Blackstone how about you shouldn't be on the floor that was complete bovine excrement. Come on guys on. If you couldn't stop him from scoring fifty plus to that point, then you know, what why are you taking a cheap route to stop them from getting sixty and tying a record that chambers. Had on the team Bob Ryan one stop in the old days..

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"mike rear" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

11:30 min | 2 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"But this allows guys to play more to see what they're capable of doing. You know, what I mean, give them opportunities that maybe they might not have had and multiple games of a to where it's it's guys can can get the flow of it. Because you know, how it is. I mean once you get thrown into a situation. I mean, you want a little bit of time to adjust or at least get a few games to have some grace period. So you can get comfortable with your linemates or get comfortable and on the other wing, or whatever the case may be. But I I think it's been not a blessing in disguise. But I think it's been good. For the other players and Jason Badrul for sure to see what he has in some of these guys because he has some tough decisions to make at the end of the year. Yeah. Like cancercenter Skinner score without Jack. Yes, apparently, he can can Reinhard. Do what he does Skinner create when Jack's not there and Skinner has created a lot of offense. Jack, the guy I was most impressed with last night. I know I opened the show talking about Iran's passports, but Sam he's been sick. But you talk about guys making other guys better. He literally gave four or five legitimate scoring chances and Phil Housley brought it up in his post game four or five scoring chances just based off his smarts and passing ability. And then he had that play in the third re almost scored he almost scored one on his own efforts. So that's the guy that I was most impressed with because he had a terrible start to the season, Jack. We're not looking at a a Sam Reinhart who's eighteen years older nineteen years old anymore. We're looking at Sam Ryan heard who's twenty three and he's mature. And he's almost to the point where he can now be a player that can make other players on his line better. So yes with the best line on the team be just Skinner Jack Eichel and Sam Reinhart. There's no question but can this team? Or will they make some changes to try and see if they can bolster more lines by splitting up that top line? And and I always go back to a team. It's it's one team in particular. And we talk about it on here a lot the Pittsburgh Penguins. And you look at the depth that they've had throughout their lineup. They don't put their three best players together. They put three best players on three different lines. Phil kessel is playing on the third line. Give Guinea Malkin on on the second line. Sidney crosby. You look at Sidney Crosby played with the last number of years. He's had an amazing Rolodex of players on the right and the left wing of his and he and he he's not going into games going. I need to play with Phil kessel or I need to play more with you've Gani Malkin, give me who you need for me to make better and we're gonna win more hockey games. And you know, Sidney Crosby has played with rookie call ups in Austin Zack Austin reason now he's playing with the Brian Russ or the rust, and I mean he has. Players that are not typically I line players. But that's okay. They're gonna play with Sidney Crosby. And they're gonna end Sidney Crosby gonna make them better. Which makes the team deeper. Brian Ross you got it. Right doubt. You're second guessing. I don't wanna get still tired from that Detroit trip. I think over the weekend instigators, Andrew Peters, Craig revi- and Jeremy Roenick coming up in about ten minutes or so FaceTime. He's gonna FaceTime. So we look forward to that. That'd be at ten thirty loss to talk to him about. There was something. I wanted to bring up there was some good tweets here. Oh, I will say my favorite part of the game last night unrelated to the actual hockey game being played when they rolled the Mike Grier highlight package on the on the tube. And yeah, greasy was obviously he's assistant coach now in New Jersey and seeing him on the bench. It's awesome. I mean, if you if you listen to the show enough, you know that we talk about migration like he's he's one of the greatest e-e-e-e-no. He is he's the greatest teammate I ever played with no offense riff, nor fans. But he I think you could probably say the same thing there are a lot of people out there that would teammates a his that would say that about him. I I had the opportunity to play with Mike. My my my first time. Was in San Jose. So Mike and I play together for for two years in San Jose. He is as great a man as you will find in this game. And when I got traded to buffalo I played my first game or my first season sorry with buffalo. And at the end of that season. I was the last guy to have my end of the year meetings with Darcy gear and D'Arcy D'Arcy said to me the very first time we sat down he looked at me said ribs. What does this team need? I said well this team is lacking leadership. I said that's the number one thing that this this team needs it lacks leadership. And he said if you had a choice one guy in the league who would you go and get in. I took about a half a second to say, Michael Greer, you have to go out. And I know Mike was was here in buffalo already. But I'll tell you this. He is the guy that you need to go and get and beyond. It'd be honest with you. It was an amazing. Time for me. When when I heard that that might Greer was signed to the Buffalo Sabres because he he was devastating loss. When when we lost him when we needed him in. Oh, six oh seven. He was a he would have been such a huge piece to us because we had him in. Oh, sorry. I'm going back there again. I I apologize river. We're talking greasy. So that's totally appropriate rivets when I go to oh, six oh seven zero five zero six anything before. Or after that is fine. But I want to tell a story about greasy. So there's a difference in leadership guys that try to be leaders and guys that are just born leaders. And I mean, there was a guy that sent out an Email and send books to every player on the team and asked the GM if he could do it because he wanted attention to be a leader. And then there's a guy that like might Greer who goes and does things quietly and Mike Grier showed up one day at the rank and he had two huge bags from. Not Barnes and noble. What's the bookstore here chapters? Right chapters is a US. Chapters is candidate Barnes and noble in the states. Okay. So anyway, so he he shows up. He's he has probably have to go back, and look, but probably eight or nine of these coffee table books. It was the Michael Jordan book. And I can't remember what it was called. But I loaned it to somebody. And I have yet to get it back. But my point is he gave one to all the young guys. Derek roy? There's one in his stall. There was one in in my stall, there's one inventor stall there's one in Paul stead stalled honor. I mean, go around armor for sure very young team. But he does it quietly. So like all the guys are in doing their team workout now ice week out, or you know, to go to the bathroom, and I see Garizzio walking around, you know, putting stuff and everyone stall. And I go to my stall. And there's something in there, and I opened it up, and I'm reading and I'm like, wow. Thank you, very much goes read, it he goes, this guy was my inspiration. He does the work the seriousness everything that he did how he approached a day. Everything and he just did that quietly, and none of the guys really knew. And he said don't say anything don't you didn't see me. Well, I went back. And I said, you guys gotta go. See just got us because it was a guys like yoke and didn't have one gene Mckee didn't have one Templeton having the older guys. He gave it to the young guys. And he wasn't. That's just how he was. He was just generous. And I I remember I remember skating around in practice one day. We were you know, very good team. When greasy was on the team and. You know, practices are when you're teams are good. They're fun. They're loose. Guys are looking forward to get on the ice. I was flying around. And I am a helmet undone. And we're skating around doing just the warm up laps. You know coaches don't really care you buckle your helmet up. Once you go over, and you get your water and do your stretch and everything this is before. And he just skates up to me quietly. Just taps me on the on the fanny and you'll say so workday buddy buckle up little things like that. And that was right at the start of practice. I worked so hard that practice because I know you guys like greasy watch other players they're not just into themselves. They're into the other guys that are either dragging a little bit or need to work harder to get back in the lineup. That's that's me. You know what? I mean. Do little things that help you get an a ninth round pick the details. And you know, the funny thing is Mike Greer. And I'm sure if you were to ask him and sit down on Manassas question, you know, if you were to tell them that story. Why'd you tell me to do that. Because someone else told him to do the same. And it just keeps going down the line the leadership the little tiny things are passed along. And that's why you need players like my career because it's you want your young players to learn and understand professionalism. How to act all this kind of stuff how to prepare how to be a true professional on and off the ice on the road. I mean, Mike rear and the way they carried himself each and every day was the truest professional I've ever played with. And there are certain guys that could say things to you. Right. That you're that you took to heart. You know, like there are other guys do that. And you'd chop them in the late. The reality is Mike Greer had the ability to say something to anybody. And when I say anybody he can say it to the coaches he can say it to the players. He can say it to the most elder player on the team. He had that influence. He had that respect. And you know what? I remember I went to see him on the ice when we're at yelling at Mike was Mike at texts me when he had got into town here, and it was awesome just to kind of text back and forth. But he was used amazing. What am I tell you? What do you tell you what I said to him about you after during our conversation. No, okay. All right. Well, I didn't say anything. But you are all wondering like waiting for the us remark. Lemme hear what you said. And I said, I didn't say anything about you. What do you mean is? I went down to see him after brought your name up something else. I wanted to mention we got Jeremy Roenick coming up. But there was something else. I wanted to mention on the Mike Grier front but oh cast brightest. When cast brightest took out, Tim Conley. And New York colony was having unbelievable year and cost brightest took his knee out and Mike Greer in the locker room. I remember the media came in and I wasn't playing in the game. But I went down to the room. And after the game, I think we won the game. And he lost a he was calling casper rightous every name in the book like, and I never heard Mike ever get that angry at anyone or anything. And he went off on casper. Rightous calling him this. And that and then he goes, you can write that too. You can write that. I'm saying this. He said, you could dirtiest player ever should be obsolete, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Absolutely amazing. Anyway, Mike, rare that's a tribute for the ages. He is an absolute legend and one of the greatest teammates ever. I'm sure every guy will say that. And a guy that coming up next play with them to in San Jose, Jeremy where he played with him. Right. Yep. JR play with him. He'll probably share the same sentiments JR coming up next. Look forward to hearing from him. Lots going on around the league, everyone's scoreboard watching and..

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"mike rear" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on No Laying Up

"So I don't know what job I would ever do. But I really enjoyed being educated in that field. So you've played professional golf for a long time. You've seen a ton of players who sticks out to you is the most underrated players the most under appreciated player. You you've played against. I don't I don't really have a great answer for you. I think the most underestimated player would be tiger. I don't think people realize how great able. Yeah. Play that. He I've seen him do with golf ball at hit shots at certain moments that seem to be the impossible that or certainly the improbable and he became the norm. And he was able to do it with ease. I saw do that too much. Mike rear in his career to think that. Leads me to believe that people don't appreciate the level of greatness sheet. And the last thing you you've kind of seen Tigers entire career both from a place of of being Gulf star. When he arrived on the scene. I'm curious. What do you remember about the first time? Maybe you heard about him. You heard this young guys coming that sort of thing. And then what you remember the first time you met him. I remember hearing about him when he played in the amateur LA open. And there was just a curiosity. But we get that sense tiger. I've had a lot of players come along and say, oh, this kid is great. He's he got into this tournament is PJ to watch them. And there are some good players. But nobody ever turned out to be as great as tiger. So my first time aware of him was when he was in the LA, oh as a Asher, there was a funny line that sandy said he Lyle said when they said, what do you think of tiger with these? I've never played it. And it's funny now, and it's funny how that has come come back to Han. Everybody were him because of hell well, his career has gone, and what a great player, but it goes to show that until that point that was at that Elliott opened their Rivera. So until that point tour was aware of how good he was when he won in nineteen Ninety-six, Las Vegas. Open. You could see what was coming. And then the masters ninety seven propelled told and the game to hold it for level. Well, this is this is a stage. Unlike any other this week that will see Friday so best a lucky and thanks, so thank you. All right, take my pleasure. Thanks. All right. That was a lot of fun in real quick before we go. We got a few minutes with the executive producer from Turner. Craig berry talking about the broadcast what going to look like the drones and stuff like that. So we're going to end it with the short interview with him and everybody enjoyed the match. All right. So what is going to make this broadcast different than what we're used to seeing on TV? What are the cool things? You guys are going to be doing right? I'll start the answer philosophically. I. You know, I just think as we approach content in general, there's there's some really important philosophical. Ingredients that need to be recognized one is kind of straddle that line sports pop culture access access access to be close to the player to the field..

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"mike rear" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Five fifty to five fifty you can also get me on twitter i am at brad writer that's our it are feel free got some new followers today during the show so you are finding me that's good let's let's see what else we have i brought a bunch of audio in for thursday i just figured let's see what i've got i've got files at the files of stuff ten years ago and older so throwback thursday can be fun we don't know it's sort of a grab bag kinda hitting play and seeing what happens a few of the files are labeled but most of them are not so i think we're like eight or nine files in just kind of testing to see if it's worth listening to and see if maybe it's or funnier good some of it has been solid has not we're just trying let's can we press play on whatever the whatever's next year what are you all hamilton joins us right now and paul sent me a series of messages the other night that it made it sound to me paul like your outlook for the sabres as far as free agency is pretty bleak let's pause i don't know the date but i'm going to guess we're in the oh last sabre thing was oh three or four so many guests were in that range somewhere around there probably the year before i'm gonna guess the year before the lockout figuring out me too hopeful right now you know i was watching cbc and of course they do that saturday night hot stove and they get a bunch of really well respected reporters i'd normally and eric hachik who writes how to calgary who is very well respected reporter he didn't say well chris juries kicking around his his options or anything he just said chris jury is not returning to the buffalo saber okay i think i know what you're this this that's all six or seven i should say sorry that's all seven because oh five six was coming out of the lockout oh six seven was presidents trophy and then july i oh seven was very rare leaving tragically hip played at art park that night if i remember correctly all right let's hear let's hear more about paul telling us that christopher is not coming back and hopeful about point for him now if if that's the case my educated guess would be christopher lives in california in the off season and might be getting pressure from home the home front i forgot about this if you want to keep doing this hockey thing i posit this one because there are whole areas and conversations they're very things that i have missed that the people who work here probably remember but like this two weeks we were convinced that this was going to happen i forgot about the christian family in california he's probably gonna wind up with the kings or the maybe the sharks or might have been the ducks i don't remember what else but there was this whole sentiment that that's where he was going to go and so it kind of caught us by surprise when he signed with the rangers but then immediately oh yeah that's right he's a rangers fan growing up and so that's where he landed i can't wait to hear what the prediction is on danny briere because i assume that's gonna come after this this jury part now we keep on doing it somewhere else and i know family considerations were all of mike rears decisions and you know you have things have to go well at home so you know that could be the case with chris jury he may not be giving the buffalo sabres an opportunity to all to resign him i don't know but i if the la kings at the front runners that sounds like it might be a fairly likely scenario i feel like i need to jump every night i feel like i need to jump in every now and then just to be clear today is july fifth two thousand eighteen my name is brad writer we are listening to audio from what i believe is late june two thousand seven leading up to the july first day chris drury and danny briere left and thus destroying the buffalo sabres orgainzation for a period of well through now so this is in anticipation of that and this is me.

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"mike rear" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"All right so let's do it sean leith them if you can do one thing to change the role of the make a better place that one thing i would change the infrastructure in order to let emergency vehicles have their own separate situation so the fight a bunch of fucking idiots to get to the emergency and then also go up and down sixteenth street by my house all night they should be able to fly all underground or some fucking random side roads some way to get that these people do their jobs a more i don't know what the word fuck in conformable great word fashion christopher's right nick i don't think so he more safe what you're going for so they should be able to get the mergency quicker than they can also not putting by in harm's way let's be honest cops used your fucking discretion like an emergencies emergency but other things that you are technically allowed to run to with your lights and sirens going think about it don't get fucking crazy little if nobody's dying be air on the side of safety for other people it's just it's just so hard a system is so fucked up in the way the streets are so old little and these huge vehicles and trying to people get out of the way i mean it's just a nightmare yeah i'll ask you about this but this could be taken out so my market todd didn't you tell me about a time where you had a jeep as a car and you to take it away because you were running red lights as a cop yeah ran red light to get a search warrant there was a situation wow so there was a newer undercover guy he he was helping with this case and he got the information that the shoes load of cocaine was coming indianapolis from somewhere out west and it was going to be here like around five pm or something we needed to interdict it so we had to get a search warrant for the car as i write if the search warrant for him and and i gotta run and get it to a judge before four o'clock before all the judges lease or the whole thing's fucked right we're gonna miss though so i'm running and i get the judge the downtown city county building at the court we usually go to their early that day fuck okay now going to run the east side of being and i got like twenty minutes by the time i get my car just enough time to get there so i'm running through my gps keeps fucking me go of some reason just lost its mind for second back when you had the woman your dash before the yeah so i'm fucked democrat democrat running me in circles and then next thing i know i just feel i hear like a bomb of sound like a bomb went off and i'm i'm like my floating through a red light tepe of them by plumbing van like it's heavy as palmi van and i'm like going through the air no and i'm like upside down mike and puma i feel my like jeep to settle down on the roof and now i am on my hands at neasden mac on yet i'm on my hands and knees technically on the roof but i'm up right and i'm like is the weirdest like what the fuck right now i obsess lighting down alabama st doubt that he'd up was sparks flying because i'm on the good and finally just come to rest and i'm like i'm fucking pretty fucked up in my head i'm like i don't even wanna look at myself right now because i have to be fucked up arms are going to be going in the wrong direction that shit so i just slowly checking myself out and i hear a lady read it trying to get into the car and i'm slowly checking myself out of my i think i'm fine untouched so all right cool so i might go right to the door and i start kicking that other door open and they help pry it open to get out and dude got fucking gun over here best over here fucking all my gym bag close all kinds of shit scattered all over downtown napa lous wow yeah nuts that's that's what i'm talking about what it was just a load of cocaine for me at that point mike rear that would have been the end of the world if.

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"mike rear" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"View there was absolutely no use for the product it enabled pajama boys people to trade at home the the the market you know ten minutes five minute ten minute hourly basis which you know when something pretty much everybody at the micro level thinks that's a bad idea you know they wouldn't recommend that to anybody but the notion that you know sort of the more people trading the batter kind of a wisdom of crowds sort of feeling the enabling of the more liquid the better again you know you know pushing transaction costs two zero fearing much animated that you know it also because it was sort of still hired to trade five hundred stacks at once it kind of focused people's attention on you know how else could you hedge could you do in that's arbitrage principal component kind of analysis factor analysis i think was actually which grew up kind committing lee with that product but certainly gave it some force and some momentum critical to kind of mike rear and again with that consistent coherent with the the notion of decentralisation markets etc it was you know an era of of empowered individual no people people would give you know it was never easy that's the misnomer that you know like anybody can put up a shingle and raise money you know it was never like that was never easy but it was possible i think that's probably true you know you think about tech in silicon valley and so forth you know there there's always been you know the romantic notion of the guy in his garage or the loan will whatever it's always been.

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"mike rear" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"These getting so harry here now on a friday that guests are actually having trouble getting to the sat ram trouble walking around i will be very clear about one thing though and i in the week without a proper shout out to the absolutely incredible hospitality the we have had since we got into this town on sunday amid it seemed like was can be very convenient to save minneapolis what are we doing here it's cold is hell what's it all about midday something i've done over twenty radio rose mike rear and these are some of the nicest most hospitable people that i've ever seen in my entire life it has been an amazing week phenomena fisat thought in a minute as promised overjoyed right now by a quarterback for the tennessee titans more than thirty five hundred yards and eighteen touchdowns this past season he led them to their first playoff appearance since oh eight he is a heisman trophy award winner a maxwell award a walter camp daviel brian johnny united scored an arm award winner among others he was the second pick in 2015 out of oregon he is appearing today courtesy of spam marcus mori ota marcus what's going on men are you and were thank you for having me how you doing menem great it's really good to have you here has are we going three good it's because a lot of fun it's a really kushner's okay listen i mentioned the interro the alleged him to the playoffs for the first time since away after the win over kansas city i spoke to you teammate derek morgan and he been in league since 2010 that was his first playoff game he talked about the intensity of it and it seems like a given but how different is playoff football compared to regular season football everything intensifies the preparation through the week the focus overtakes and then when you get out on the field it's a it's incredible on its manage the dixon i loved it i love the research rosier trailing twenty one of three at halftime in kansas city one of the toughest place to deploy hostile environment gusmao the second half you throw for two touchdowns one of which you famously caught and you had that big block on that european rerun how proud of you or were.

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"mike rear" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The question that what do you do with people who are here illegally you're lawmaker if you don't like the law you have a chance to change it you're arguing instead to ignore it why i'm i'm not arguing to ignore the law this you are i was in this particular case i was asking for this man to have a fair hearing of evidence in his case that nobody has heard that would allow him to assimilate into the country and this this issue were dealing with with with dhaka in with the dreamers was not an issue until president trump made it an issue and let me just say one thing tucker this is not an either or i am four border security i am making sure we have enough board border patrol make sure drugs don't get in our country i'm for throwing felons the hell out of the country but when you or someone who's a lawabiding citizen you're paying taxes europe a net benefit to the united states i think if you pay a fine yeah you pay some back taxes and you learn english if you don't already know it we should figure out a way in the next five to ten years to get you into the country and then expedite people then you eating you can pass that law and by the way i'm not look i think what you're describing sounds like a says situation there are a lot of sad situations in ohio right now four thousand people died of drug oh these four hundred were deported by a factor of ten druggies or a bigger deal and you're spending time on the symbolic power you have to honor some news deported rather than one of your constituents who died of a drug odeih i don't understand why a simple question pay tucker i spent more time on the opioid epidemic and mike rear than you have not to nine alive people so i'm not taken a backseat the you're anybody else on the opioid epidemic you.

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"mike rear" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Time the ah always on a sucks in so what i realize that some point was like i'm gonna fail at this job i need this money i'm gonna bail at this job if i'm afraid to approach people i'm afraid to tell me go pound sand and most of them are gonna go tell me opponent go say him and even the ones that don't are still not to have iceland most people aren't going to buy something and so that's a little bit of rejection to write a check you i'd like to say like this that not one ounce adds i'm so yet you have to kyw's develop some tools and the tool to i develop was very much a visual tool that i that i had in my mind icy jokingly halted no stamp right i'm so whenever i would feel like somebody was knob rejecting some offer of mine and it started off professional the die quickly moved into the personal world when i moved in later in the microphone national the world research who seeking professional i would very much visualize a great big red stamp that just said no and somebody who's trying to offer an unknown requested criticism boom get the no stamp like now that's now for me i'm going to pass on this rejection it's not for me that's not mine because it doesn't have anything to do with me and i think about that like when i do public speaking so i've i've done a lot of public speaking of mike rear and i'd stand up in front of six hundred attorneys and i'd give this speech writer give this prepared walk and i guess i could have been nervous about it but in my mind i don't know any of these attorneys i dunno any of them yeah them are my friends the you're not an anxious person i don't think because for me like as much as i i i love this philosophy in is something i try to do my uh my performance anxiety is absolutely uncontrollable and i i just wanna i i do have to like mentioned that like.

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"mike rear" Discussed on From 7 to 8 Figures

From 7 to 8 Figures

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on From 7 to 8 Figures

"Mike rear i need to take you know maybe a 20 k pay peres instead of a tukei papers and that changed everything for me because i start the game in terms of other people and i still think that way today whenever i'll give me a great example sr company today we start off as a community first before we even started the company in that help tremendously so people also gave us a lot of higher standards to live up to its is pretty hard but it seems to work out now that's interesting so when you say you start as a community you brought people in that you wanted to be around and you focused on a culture and that you settle case at the near you know all this we're going to focus on revenuegenerating activities afterward community first is out your a hunter brazilian till the idea was axing never to start a company and i'd start as community around two years ago it was call san francisco growth marketers at the time now it's bad us marketers and founders ano just works it was bosnia's lace for people to give god overgrowth marketing in all sudden balanced cut onto it and became sore this their secret hub to get all their marking advice from these nerdy growth marketers and before i knew it it began to really blow up now we have over seventeen thousand members in it was rounds six months ago when someone approached me which is my cofounder today and he said hey this would disagree business opportunity like you should be making money from the community and i said i don't really want to make money from it is more of a passion project he said by just imagine if you could take someone's company within this community and make it a 100milliondollar company what you wanna to do that i said of course he's as well let's do it can of the rest of the sort of history.

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"mike rear" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"On the street would say yes maybe maybe of the drug addict who wanted a is next fix sense would say would say can you give me give me my opioids now what most people who are saying human beings would say absolutely not never no way why was the obama administration so keen on shutting down an investigation keeping it quiet not don't let it don't let the real news surface on what was going on the extent of these this bribery corruption and kickback scheme they don't want this to what the store to go to congress republican congress they'll work meanwhile they're grilling jeff sessions the attorney general about this russian trump kolou about russia call me investigation when this investigation was suppressed from the congress big they they weren't allowed wasn't a hero as now do its oversight its constitutional oversight of somebody better somebody that if your ears well let me tell you somewhat on the senate judiciary committee today better be asking questions is not gonna probably be diane feinstein but let's go can we go live to the to the hearing police james we're broadcasting here in las vegas so i don't i don't have james through the glass we have a really at here amazed credible speech last night incredible of vat for kelly ward who is going to beat jeff flake in arizona jeff flake of course is pro amnesty pro transpacific partnership did not vote for donald trump a complete and total disaster kelly ward is going to beat him but well let's go to this hearing and we'll talk more about what happened last night in arizona mike rear i've worked to ensure lgbt americans have equal rights and protections under the law and it's important to me that we preserve protections and this committee should not tolerate efforts to undermine the progress it's been made at your confirmation hearing you testified and i quote we must continue to move forward and never ireneo and they're actually getting to a question that is designed to get real answers from sessions attorney general sessions and not a question that is pure political pot during for a special interest group okay for identity politics so i don't want to hear about identity politics i want to hear questions that are relevant to the issues at hand number one ms thirteen in the united states we had another individual try to cross the.

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"mike rear" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Conversation the your talk about right which i think it is it's tough it's ludicrous and a in its current nit picky but i've been in situations myself where i'm at the end of a contract with a particular team and i have had a former gm who i played with previously in my career you know the middle part of my career i'm at the tail end of mike rear and i'm coming up on a contract it's about two and then i tell you what you know if that number or that text message comes across and i recognize the name in in in this situation i actually had a very it extremely good relationship with this general manager who once traded me way brought me back because he promised he would so so there is a connection there you know after i got traded away we we were became very good friends southern california guys and i got a call before the end of the season asking what my contract status was a said here you know i laid out foreman he be promptly told me you know when the season's over and that free agency uh a window opens up he goes expect a call for me and i said man i would love nothing more to play with you again you know if if i was being brutally honest so it definitely happens but it's a it's a shame that you can't have a conversation or immediately this day and age you jump to the assumption that it's a mmediately tampering because one guys is high up in an organization and the other guy head of the conversation is obviously a superstar that's going to be coveted in free agency and it's it's it's it's i know it's widespread and i think for indiana and the pacers organization to bring this to the nba they at made some yes that's the report maybe they have something or they may be having buyer's remorse as they gave up you know paul george and a tree to the oklahoma city thunder for victor oladipo and i think sabanis is who you know people say they could have got more you know could they be having buyer's remorse and say that ultimately they may be doing what paul george wanted the whole time because he's already been hourly saying i want to be a los angeles laker i want to i.

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"mike rear" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"On y'all got to either lanes you got to do something especially now when you've got these apps sending people and shortcuts to towns the infant patricia thanks for the call to new jersey wanna 15 how much more time or you spend it on a sunday just as you want to drive around middlesex county because you'll live there he the go to shore and stuck with these short people christians in edison new jersey one a one point five eight christian i call so so soccer sunday but i heard talking about that the founder albert crossstrait bribed absolutely right what if took off holes spread throughout adequate corker harm it's it's over far we know what you right with is so many more people living in new jersey now and it seems like the never allotted for that by building up and adding lanes to the highways everywhere new jersey you're out of britain reported it the golf mmm the good point thanks would have called in jersey one on one point five in the just not me for this and nail the people was suffering because they now detour in through the actual towns through the actual developments makes on the parkway a new jersey one award for five i'm good how by our reactor surendra weekend out mike rear in law and i think the ear were one right little bit county and easier way gaumont thrown daegor great rudy fee.

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"mike rear" Discussed on WJJB Tech News

WJJB Tech News

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"mike rear" Discussed on WJJB Tech News

"Something i was pretty excited by the looks which critical um right so any additional thoughts on on any any games anything else he has want to talk about the e3 before we move on that with e3 but i do have a game thing that i found out that i thought was pretty cool young girl for tell us that on so have you seen the new of video for the new madden no they had it though they've added basically like a drama laws yes fast growth k i said no and then i do know what you're talking about yes and if you haven't seen a definitely should google google that video us trying to think of it so that's called madden a long shot so that's their mike rear my player mode but yes has a whole gallic little minute long video but um if i'm really interested to see if it's like super super cheesy like the the queue typical years ago that yeah like if they make it over the top like the texas draw or something like i don't want your laugh on thursday meet the light ray in all at me and put me in i'm ready how the i am really in the water more different moving close enough saving warner turkmen but anyway i just thought it was really interesting that obviously the why player in two is so popular that they're they're now doing another sports yes i think it was a good move um i agree i was something completely forgot about but it it looks really really interesting i'm i'm actually predicts headed up at um so yeah.

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