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Fresh update on "montgomery" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Today. The city of Philadelphia will be removing the Christopher Columbus statue from Marconi Plaza and the president of the Youth Baseball League in Montgomery County, says rather than focus on all the reasons they shouldn't play, they focus on making it safe. The play In sports. The Flyer skate past Montreal to won the final in Game one of their first round NHL playoff. Siri's the Phillies lose at Citizens Bank Park, the Baltimore 5 to 4 and the Sixers lose to the Toronto Raptors 1 25 of 1 21 Right now we have Overcast skies 75 degrees headed down to take the 74 overnight. Good evening. I'm madly on our top story at 11 31 the president of the Campaign 2020 on K Y W News radio. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris made their first appearance together at a Wilmington High school this evening, Kate Whatever youse Pat Lowe reports, they promised.
How the Biden-Harris ticket will impact the 2020 race
"Joe Biden's choice of Camilla Harris as his running mate is being met with excitement and hope from many women in and around Sacramento. KP CASE Joe Michaels joins us Live in studio with more Oh Bill Bynes decision to add California's junior senator to the 2020 Democratic ticket brings a smile to the face of the only woman currently sitting on Sacramento City Council Councilwoman Anjali Gash be calling the choice, exciting seeing yourself reflected in leaders. Is just so empowering, not just for young people, but for all people. Women have never seen themselves in the Oval Office. In the White House. Never so to see a woman actually get to vice president of the United States of America would tell women and girls everywhere that it is possible and it is possible in our lifetime. Kendra Montgomery Block of the Sierra Health Foundation, is pleased to finally see an African American woman chosen as the running mate of a major party's presidential candidate as a black woman, how we are constantly looked upon as the backbone of the entire country, and in doing so So making sure that you have not only just a seat at the table, but a voice at the table means a lot in our democracy, and Camilla represents that voice, not only for us before the people Montgomery Clark believes Harris will also serve as a rule model for young African American girls. You always want to be able to look at folks and say, Hey, that's a path that I could take two And now that's incredibly connected to black women, Indian women and two women of color that we can take this path that we can build strong families, built strong education connections and then be able to take on top leadership role in this country. Councilwoman Ashby says Harris is well prepared for the opportunity. This isn't choosing a woman for the sake of choosing a woman. He was a candidate for the presidency herself. She's been the senator for California. She's been attorney general. She's been a D E A. There's no doubt that she's qualified to do this job. Ashby understands the possibility that Harris could be polarizing and doesn't out W naysayers were choosing the next president and vice president, United States of America. We get to look at them through a critical leads, but we need to look at them through balanced lenses, and that is what the people of this country are asking for. So many ways through protests through support of candidates. The things that you're hearing is a nation that just wants equity in its decision making. They want to see women and men have equal opportunity they want to see people of every race have equal opportunity. When you look at American history, it's been a long time in coming. From the women's suffrage movement that ultimately gave women the right to vote 100 years ago this month of the civil rights movement aimed at ending racial discrimination to 2020 when an African American woman now stands as the running mate of a major party's presidential candidate,
Fresh "Montgomery" from KYW 24 Hour News
"Delivered the hottest deal in fast food? We got offer includes four piece nuggets junior frying value during price participation. A very NBC 11th Alert forecast for your overnight hours. Mostly cloudy, Mild and McGee Lo 74 k Y W News time at the tone 11 30 From the Penn Medicine Studios, right among the top in the nation and number one in Pennsylvania by U. S News and World Report. You use Radio 10 6 day All news and all that matters to you. Allies were on Delaware today as the Democratic presidential ticket of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris appeared together there for the first time today. The city of Philadelphia will be removing the Christopher Columbus statue from Marconi Plaza and the president of the Youth Baseball League in Montgomery County, says rather than focus.
Bill Cosby's lawyers appeal for a new trial
"Are arguing in a new appeals filing that it was fundamentally unfair to let prosecutors use Cosby's damaging deposition from a six accusers lawsuit against him at trial. The filing focuses on what Cosby believes was a binding promise from a prosecutor. That he wouldn't be charged in the case. A spokeswoman for the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Da's office says they will file a response bill rake off CBS News. A
Fresh update on "montgomery" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Hopeful Joe Biden and his newly minted running mate Kamala Harris, were in Wilmington, Delaware, for their first appearance as a team today. Prior to the Biden team's announcement on Tuesday, there was heavy speculation around who the candidate would name as his running mate. Politico co founder John Harris says. Kamala Kamala Harris proved herself as the best pick her has had a presence in a command that you don't always see when somebody gets selected for this role, and it's really their first time on the national stage, joining a ticket. Sometimes it's a little bit wobbly. I saw none of that. I thought it was quite a forceful performance, but did underscore Why, probably at the end of the day, Vice President Biden thought she was the best choice even though he clearly was attempted by some alternative. This may be one of the few times we see the candidates together from here until election Day because of the Corona virus pandemic. New Today. A top Montgomery official has stepped down for ethics violations. While we're just learning about this now Bethesda beat reports that Chief Administrative Officer Andrew Klein resigned yesterday. Last month, Kleine admitted to making careless errors in judgment linked to business interests in two different companies and a book, he wrote. The ethics commission says the county money was used to buy Klein's book, which was then given to county workers. Klein will pay 5000 bucks and finds his resignation texts affect Saturday and he'll be replaced by budget director Rich Matalin. Oh, voting in the November election. Everyone around here has the option of mailing in a ballot. But you might need to ask for one first valets are going out automatically to registered voters in D. C in Virginia and Maryland. You need to request one. If you're going to vote by mail, request your ballot soon, co chair of the Council of Governments, Elections officials Committee Richard Keach, If you choose to vote by mail, let's go ahead and get it done. Balance will start being mailed mid September and we encourage you to get him back as quickly as possible. And your return ballot does not have to go through the mail. Keep says you could drop it off at the office of Elections in your local jurisdiction. In some places Also allow for drop boxes. Christi King W T o P News. Early voting will take place in Maryland for about a week before Election Day. The state Board of Elections votes to open early voting centers from October 26th 2 November second, they'll also be open on Election day itself. The B O E will also make more than 100 drop boxes available statewide. The board's administrator, says while they encourage Marylanders to cast mail in ballots, providing nine days of in person voting gives them the opportunity to vote in person if they want to. Fresh fruits and vegetables are critical to good nutrition habits, but it can be hard to eat healthfully When thousands or going hungry. It's led to a new investment in Montgomery County's foodie come about $200,000 is being poured into the Montgomery County farmed a food bank program. That translates into £100,000 of local produce to be distributed by the Mana Food Center, meaning fresh fruit and vegetables for 20,000 people Now through November, the Montgomery County Food Council says back in June, most of its food assistance provide I did not have enough fresh produce to distribute to clients. The group plans to follow up this first phase of assistance this fall with grants to local farmers to build more capacity in exchange for a commitment to provide food for the program next year. Brainy Millman w T O P News. The annual hunt to co Montgomery County's deer population will start next month and last through March. Archers, sharpshooters and hunters will be able to take down dear at 54 county parks, the county says it's intended to protect the public national natural resource is and reduce the risk of dear related car crashes. There will be signs alerting people about the hunt. All the deer meat will be donated to the capital area. Food Bank, The Environment Protection Network has some new recommendations about pollution, and they're meant as a guide to whichever administration winds November 3rd, former EPA staffers are offering a range of recommendations. They include increasing the agency's actions on the disproportionate risk that black, Hispanic and other minority communities in low income areas have too dangerous pollutants. To increase funding. They're also recommending cultivating what they described as a more respectful exchange between reporters and the A AP correspondent Mike Hemp in 9 44 Winning or balding.
Bill Cosby's lawyers file appeal, ask for new sexual assault trial
"Cosby is arguing his 2018 sexual assault conviction. Should be thrown out, or he should at least be given a new trial as he's filed an appeal with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court are suburban Bureau chief unable to use Jim Millward as the story No. Cosby's lawyers say the criminal justice system is supposed to convict defendants for their conduct not for their general character. But they say that idea was tossed and made what they describe as the fervor of the me to movement among the issues challenged in the appeal. Five other accusers who were allowed to testify. Cosby's lawyers argue Theeighty three year old was stripped of the presumption of innocence as in their words, he was forced to defend 1/2 dozen many trials involving antiquated claims of sexual misconduct. Along with the general narrative. He took advantage of countless young women in the 19 seventies. Prosecutors have 30 days to file a response. Cosby has been in Phoenix in Montgomery County since September 2018 on a 3 to 10 year sentence at the
Fresh update on "montgomery" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Tree to fall and cost sinkhole in the road. There, near the mostly court complex, the sinkholes impacting roughly 400 residents, a top official in Montgomery County steps down. Under a cloud of ethical misconduct. Chief Administrative Officer Andrew Klein has announced his resignation just weeks after the Montgomery County Ethics Commission found that Klein violated the ethics policy. Kleine admitted to violating conflict of interest by promoting a book. He wrote it out of town conferences that were funded by the county. He agreed to pay a $5000 fine council president Sydney Katz calls Klein's resignation quote the right thing to do. Rich Madaleno, who currently heading the Office of Management and Budget in the county will step in temporarily. Barbara Brit W E Mail and W e mail dot com and Police in Virginia say they've identified human remains that were found more than three decades ago in a Chesterfield County landfill. The Richmond Times Dispatch reported today that Chesterfield police had the remains belong to 16 year old Christy Lynn Floyd. They were found in 1986 police deployed, lived in Richmond, police said in a news release. She was identified through traditional detective work. W male News Time. Nine on board out W.
Bill Cosby's lawyers appeal for a new trial
"Or he should at least Given a new trial is he's filed his appeal with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The update now from cable abuse suburban bureau chief Jim Nowhere. Bill Cosby's lawyers say the criminal justice system is supposed to convict defendants for their conduct not for their general character. But they say that idea was tossed and made what they describe as the fervor of the me to movement. Among the issues challenged in the appeal. Five other accusers who were allowed to testify Cosby's lawyers argue Theeighty three year old was stripped of the presumption of innocence as in their words. He was forced to defend 1/2 dozen many trials involving antiquated claims of sexual misconduct. Along with the general narrative. He took advantage of countless young women in the 19 seventies. Prosecutors have 30 days to file a response. Cosby has been in Phoenix in Montgomery County since September 2018 on a 3 to 10 year sentence at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work K Y W NewsRadio. There's a meteor shower
Fresh update on "montgomery" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Environmental Protection Network. A bipartisan group of more than 500 former EPA senior managers and employees. The changes they're recommending include minimizing industry and political influence on science based decisions, combating climate change and cutting air pollution with electric vehicles. The proposals are in line with complaints about the Trump administration. Which says it has been rolling back rules without increasing risk to public health or the environment. My camp in Washington Montgomery Parks, who began its annual Deer population management program, starting next month, through March of next year, management will take place in more than 50 parks, including archery, shotgun hunting and sharpshooting operations. The Parks Department says The efforts are intended to address public safety and natural resource is protection and dear related automobile accidents. 8 52 Efforts have been stepped up in recent months to ensure nobody goes hungry During these tough times. A new investments in Montgomery County hopes to close the gap on one week aspect of food distribution comes in the form of $200,000 from the Montgomery County farmed a Food bank program to provide more fresh produce to those already receiving assistance. That means £100,000 of local produce will be distributed by the men of food Center to food assistance providers and to its own clients, 20,000 people will benefit from the First phase of fresh fruit and vegetables from now through November. The Food bank program says food insecurity and Montgomery County has increased by 50% since March. More than 100,000 residents have received food assistance since then. Brain in Millman W T O P. NEWS A Ford is recalling more than 1/2 1,000,000 midsize SUVs because the brakes may not work properly. Recall cover certain. 2015 through 2018. Ford EDGE in 2016 through 2018. Lincoln M. K X vehicles affords. Says some front brake hoses can rupture, causing brake fluid to leak owners will be notified. Starting the week of September. 14th dealers will make replacements We have more information at w t o p dot com Search recalls free master being handed out today the Pimlico Racecourse Covert 19 testing site, the Department of Health in Maryland, teaming up with the city of Baltimore and local end of PCP.
Parents of private school students in Montgomery County sue
"Lawsuit filed against Montgomery County by some parents of private school kids may soon be dropped. Now the county's health director has rescinded an order requiring private schools to do all remote learning through at least October 1st, Dr Travis Scales and the state were fighting over the mandate has decided to take it back after the state's health secretary. Local health officers. They didn't have the power to do that. One of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, James Lawson, tells tales Larry O'Connor show. Even though gales can't issue a blanket order. He may still have the same kind of institution by institution inspection rights that they have once a restaurant, for example on and that those could be kind of steep. Lawson says. It's not exactly clear what help guidance. These private schools will have to follow. If your
Flash Flood Watch In Effect For Washington, DC Area
"Ah Flash Flood Watch has just gone into effect for the entire W T o p listening area. That's because heavy rains are expected today on top of already saturated ground all of D C as well as most of southern Maryland Prince George's. And parts of Montgomery and Howard County's fall under that flood watch affected areas in northern Virginia include Arlington Falls Church. Alexandria, Fairfax County, Prince William and Eastern
Time captured in a capsule
"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.
Montgomery County public schools to do remote learning for entire first semester
"Official kids in Montgomery County public schools will not be stepping foot Inside their school buildings for the first semester. The county school board voted unanimously last night to do remote learning for the entire first semester. The board also canceled falling winter's fourth in July. The superintendent said. The school system will be doing all remote learning. Last night's vote formalizes that the board says it will take a look at Corona virus trends in November to see whether kids can go back to in person learning in this second semester. Montgomery County teachers made their voices heard it Last night's meeting. The Montgomery County Education Association held a speak out at last night's meeting to voice its frustrations after reaching an impasse with the school's system as the union negotiate a new contract. We are inviting the Board of Education to meet with us on Monday, August To work on coming to an agreement with us on our contract. Union director Glenn Miller
Washington DC area parents concerned over schools reopening
"School systems are settling on learning plans for the fall, With most choosing to start entirely online. We have a situation in Montgomery County, in which the health officer is trying to prevent private an independent schools for me opening within person instruction, But what do parents think? At this stage? I spoke on Skype of the Washington Post polling director Scott Clemens about their lives. A survey on the matter are poll found a real mix of use in a lot of concerns about the risks of coming back to school and sending Children back to school but also problems with all online instruction. Altogether 44% Said that they prefer a mix of in person and online instruction. 39% preferred on all online in 16% preferred all in person glasses. Now, what did the pole find as Faras? The outlook for things to change or improve with re opening the long term outlook wasn't very good. Overall, 56% said that it wouldn't be safe to send Children to impersonate classes this fall. When we followed up with that group, Ah majority said that they didn't it would take until at least January or later than that. For it to become safe and did the pole and cover any kind of divide along political beliefs. When it comes to which parents want in person learning and their views on safety. We've had a very stark divide on safety, Uh most Republicans as well as parents who send Children to private school and most whites. Said that schools would be safe to send Children this fall. Ah, but most Democrats and independents as well as black parents in his parent, parents said it would not be safe. A lot of the parents that you talked, Tio talked about the dilemma with wanting to send their kids back to school. But knowing that there's a threat with covert 19 out there seems like there's just a lot of pain oozing out of this pole from those parents. That's right. Parents aren't in an enviable position. They clearly are concerned about both the risk of their own families as well as teachers and the community if students are gathering in schools, But they're concerned about their kid's education is
Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans
"Question. Who's got the power to order blanket closures of schools? Maryland's health secretary is backing his boss on this one, saying local health officers can't make that decision. It is the latest saga stemming from Montgomery County, which tried to close all private schools before the governor said they can't the memo from Maryland Health Secretary Robert Neill states that quote it is the health policy of the state of Maryland that non public schools not be closed in a blanket manner. Instead, the memo says, local health officers Should consider closures on a case by case or school by school basis. The memo comes the morning after Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gail's reasserted his decision ordering the closure of private schools until October 1st. His initial decision kicked off a legal battle with private schools and parents suing gales and other county officials. A hearing in federal court is set
Philadelphia Phillies beat New York Yankees 11-7 at home to open twin bill
"The Yankees allowing eleven runs illusion, the opener, the double header with the phillies yesterday, and then they ran into Aaron Nola. In the NIGHTCAP, he gave them all sorts of trouble, but eventually, they got into the Philadelphia both another three to pitch to talk. Line. In the right field, that survey? That's GonNa find the gap. Stanton will score. Harper gets back in talk man stops at second. So a rig double for Mike Talk in the Yankees take a two one lead, ricky. Ricardo. seventh-inning call here on the fan I will say one of the things I like about the no fans is getting to hear the dugout. Big Hits. It sounds like you're at a high school game in central New Jersey on a Wednesday afternoon. He's guys are getting all pumped up there on the bench on the balls, put in play, and you can hear some of that on the broadcast or shallow with an RBI single. He was two for three and the bullpen closed out a three one victories. They split the twin bull, the twin bill rather at Citizens Bank I. Seven inning experience for Aaron. Boone Company? What did he think about? About the first one was too short, and then this one was just right. Make sense considering they dropped the opener before the seventh inning rally Nola struck out twelve over six innings. But the Yankee pitchers kept them in the game as well. Jonathan Isaac. Open, he got seven outs followed by Avalon. Green Auto Vino in Britain the latter earning his fifth save Luke void homered in the second. His Fourth of the season reading in all situations doesn't matter who's pitching what game where we're at at homer. Here on the West Coast. It's anytime. It doesn't matter Ohio three. Oh. Oh, to whatever you know guys can always do damage. We're looking to do damage competition about every situation there the savages in the box Gary Sanchez not so much right now over to two more strikeouts, the batting average down to seventy four, and then rubbing salt in the moon, he gets drilled in the elbows. So they'll. They'll check him out later today leading up to the series finale, Jordan Montgomery opposed by ZACH EFLIN
Maryland and surrounding Washington DC counties see lowest COVID-19 positivity rate since pandemic began
"When it comes to the Corona virus and the state of Maryland and local county, Maryland is reporting its lowest seven day positivity rates since the pandemic began its now at 4.5%. The daily rate is also at a record low of 3.8%. Also, several local counties air seeing low positivity rates in Montgomery County, the positivity rate has dropped to a record low of 2.52% down more than 92% since its peak on April 20th Virginia, the positivity rate of 7.2%. And cases continue to drop in DC Kyle Cooper.
Body Of Missing 5-Year-Old Eliza Talal Found In Fischer’s Park In Towamencin Township, Northwest of Philadelphia
"Five year old Lansdale girl who wandered from her home during yesterday's tropical storm has been found dead in a Montgomery County Creek. Elements in township police say that five year old allies it allow was found this morning in Tallinn mints and creak and fissures park about two miles from her family's home. Police say the girl was autistic and nonverbal and wanted from the home on Spring Valley Road in the middle of the day at the height of the storm, the little girl was reported missing by 911 Call yesterday around 12:30 p.m. Cruz and residents calm the area yesterday and then again today where her body was, unfortunately, unfortunately discovered in the creek again. A five year old Lansdale girl water from her home yesterday during the storm ELISA to allow was found dead this morning entitlements and creak and fissures Park. I have to searching for the girl for a little more than 24 hours. So again, That's that's an update on that story here on K Y w News
Washington, DC - Parents of private school students sue Montgomery County health officer
"Parents in Montgomery County whose kids attend private schools are continuing with the federal lawsuit against the county, including health officer Dr Travis Gail's, after Gail's announced late last Friday that religious and private schools would have to go virtual only like GPS. Maryland Governor Hogan quickly stepped in this week to reverse Gail's order. But the parents of non public school Children are holding two rallies tonight while Montgomery County Councilmember Craig Rice bashing Governor Hogan very clear criticized for this, but it is the absolute governor has always been prolific in terms of his absolute support of private over That has been his fans from the very beginning, and I said it before, and I'll say it again. The Maryland private school parents say they are protesting what they call a power grab by Montgomery County executive's
Water Rescues Reported as Flash Floods Strike Philadelphia Area
"Well, Montgomery County saw some of the heaviest rainfall in our area. There were 110 emergency calls her water rescues. Some people on Conshohocken had to be evacuated because of flooding. And there was a report that someone got swept away in the school. Cool river. We get more from K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim malware, among them many emergency calls. Someone of the spring Mill train station in white Marsh Township, said there was a person swept away by the Scougall River Cruise search the fast moving and swollen Scougall for hours but didn't find anyone. Rescue crews were called to help people from cars stranded on flooded out roads like in Lafayette Hill, where Bill O'Neill watch. Two cars get stuck on Germantown Pike near Joshua rode a bunch of cars coming down the road to him. Didn't make it. All the trucks and abuse made it. But those guys didn't so they had water rescue come out to get him for a neighborhood along Wosik and creaking pen. Lynn, where ends or Rocko says she watched rescue crews pull neighbors from their homes. Fireman Taking people out in rafts, which was really very surreal. Just a ton of water in Conshohocken. Some homes and businesses along the Plymouth Creek had to be evacuated, including Bob Morris Auto Shop Down the lane. And we're underwater. In addition to the flooding, Montgomery County had tens of thousands of power outages with treason. Branches taking down wires
Customer spits on restaurant employee over face masks in Maryland
"Order for indoor mask wearing spark to face off in Montgomery County. At a restaurant and pub there, police say an employee at brew Belly kitchen and sued house on Georgia Avenue and on Lee was deliberately spit on by a man when the employees demanded the man who entered the restaurant put on a mask. Police spokeswoman Rebecca Innocent E because although the man was not arrested for the second degree assault, he was ordered by police to stay away from the restaurant for one year
Washington DC - Montgomery County health officials tell private schools to start school online
"In Montgomery County will hold virtual classes for the fall semester. But some parents and hope private schools would offer an in person alternative. Now we're learning the county's private schools won't have in person classes until October, the earliest We have the latest on the situation as part of our continuing reports on parenting in a pandemic. The Montgomery County Health officer, Dr Travis Gail's has ordered that all private schools that includes religious and independent schools in the county. Cannot hold in person classes until at least October 1st, and that would be subject to further review. At that point. The order goes into effect on August 3rd. In making the decision. Gales and county officials cited the increase in Corona virus transmission rates in Maryland, D C and Virginia and said the move is needed to protect the health and safety. County residents. Kate
Montgomery Co. private schools ordered to remain closed
"And independent schools in Montgomery County have now been directed officially to stay closed until at least the first of October. The directive came from Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gaels, who said in person classes would not be allowed it any of Montgomery County's private, independent or religious schools. Until October 1st, and at
"montgomery" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson, where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events, and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode we will be in the twentieth century visiting with James Montgomery Boyce. Doctor Boyce was born on July seven, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. He lived in a bedroom community of Pittsburgh. was quite a high school athlete. His Dad was a doctor and position voice for a fine education as a high school student voice was sent to the Stony Brook School and New York. He was mentored by Frank E. Gabe line, Biblical, scholar and theologian in his own right. Well after Stony Brook Voice went to Harvard for his undergraduate, and then he went to Princeton for his give. After that he was on his way to Basel for a PhD in theology while he was in Basel all there were a group of people who pressured him to start a Bible study, and he started a Bible study that became a church and to this day there is an evangelical church there in Basel that great, reformation city. And there's a church there founded by doctor. Boyce well. He graduated from Basel and Nineteen. Sixty six and two years later in nineteen, sixty eight, he was installed as the Minister of Philadelphia's Tenth Presbyterian Church near Rittenhouse Square on Spruce Street and Philadelphia Historic Church its. Spire went way into the sky, and its organ and its pipes could be heard throughout the city on a Sunday morning. Well in the nineteen seventies and nineteen, seventy, four to be exact Boyce started the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. And in those early years people would gather there and intense church to hear John, Gersh ner and a young RC sprawl and J I packer and others, this constellation of reformed theologians in Nineteen, seventy, eight, a number of them joined together informed. The International Council for Biblical and A boy served as the chairman Dr. Scroll served as the President and see put out the Chicago statement on an errand see. They established themselves for a ten year run, and that was the life they had a voice also helped establish the Alliance for confessing evangelicals and nineteen ninety-four. That group stood strong against the evangelicals and Catholics together document, and took a stand for justification by faith alone well, in addition to those organizations. We have the books that doctor. Boyce wrote one of them. Foundations of the Christian faith is his systematic theology. It's billed as a comprehensive and readable theology. He also wrote renewing your mind in a mindless age, and another one of his books to cities to loves is subtitled Christian responsibility and a crumbling culture in addition to those books. He was known for his. Commentaries these of course grew out of his many sermons preached from Nineteen Sixty eight to the year two thousand from the pulpit of Tenth Presbyterian Church. She did a five volume series on John that was published a four volume series on Romans, two volumes on the minor prophets, three volumes on genesis and three volumes on the psalms. They're also commentaries on acts flippy in Nehemiah, Joshua Equations and Philippians and a few more books well Dr Voice was married to Linda. They had three daughters, nineteen, eighty, eighty-two Linda and Dr, Boyce. The city. Centre Academy School there in Philadelphia. On the morning of Good Friday, April twenty, one, two thousand Doctor Boyce was diagnosed with cancer. He died eight weeks later on June fifteen, two thousand. During those eight weeks he had one more thing to write in. There were hymns. He wrote thirteen in all. One of them is entitled Hallelujah. The other come to the waters, an invitation for all who have no money, but are thirsty, and those who have no funds about are hungry to come to the waters to come to the fountain to drink freely of Christ. Well. That's Dr Boyce Pastor. Writer a hymn writer. And I'm Steve Nicholson thanks for listening to five minutes churches..
"montgomery" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"As as offering the work now where we go okay. Here's everything we have. Here's the material. What are we missing? What stories are we missing? What about this moment in? What about this country? Do we need to say more on an now? Just starting to really target where I wanna be in what I need to be doing. And what pieces. I need to plug in order to effectively. Do do the work. How do you process some of these things that just from your own mental health perspective? Not just the Cova stuff but you know. Some of those opioid photographs. You know showing up right when someone has overdosed and their families finding out like how do you work your way through witnessing these type of scenes and I I channel it to the work? I don't mean to be a cop out on that but I again. I have a debt in the debt is to the reader in the subject and it's important to me in those moments that I I'm effectively focused on doing my job. And it's not about me in those moments at all at all the only part that is about me as reporting it clearly in in a way that is captivating that the reader will not move on. And that's really all I'm focused on B. Now I've been lucky enough to not really struggled with it. 'cause I can channel it into the work that I'm doing you know and I love. I love my subjects to the people that I need in that are that I'm taking part in the story. It's almost you know. I really care for them but I. I try to channel that Karen concern into our mission at that time you know so if we're photographing photographing patty nest who is a woman? I met in Montgomery County in Ohio. Whose son had you know overdosed in losses life in the basement of their home. It's it's it couldn't be. It's not about me at all. It's about really trying to connect with Convey to the reader her pain in the struggle and really tell a larger story on an addiction. And so for me. I'm I'm very okay with stepping out of the way it's it's important that I do but visited crew in any way for you. Just the scenes you know. Do you find it easy to kind of get away from them. And you're in your own life when you're outside of the work the probably not. I probably they probably stay with me more than I care to lead on. But I think that's what it is. That's what it is but again it's it's just so focused on our aim in our mission at the time you know. And that's effectively communicating the story reader. I really appreciate you taking the time to do this. Is My pleasure sues. Really lovely to talk to you. Amazing to talk to you. Yeah I appreciate it. Thank you so much. That's it.
"montgomery" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Let's let's try and I think if you give a lot of time when I've given actors and performers we sort of tasks the gray one still just quickly look at it and go. Yeah I got and then they'll go do it. You know and that was largely. I think how it went with Deniro in Chino and not as much as I showed them what I wanted them to do. But you know with De Niro who arrived on set. I I had him for you. Know a good two to three minutes before we started shooting and it was very much. I've also learned to that. You're never gonNA build relationships with these folks given the amount of time that were with him. I think writers in part as you guys are able to talk to them at lanes you now but for photographers. I think the window of time that we really get to spend with our subjects in that context is super small. I don't I don't know if readers really understand how limited these shoots are I think with Deniro Pacino. Ten minutes. If that you know in that that's generous there's times where it's literally two minutes and so I think with Deniro Pacino. When I was talking to Deniro I showed him references of the world that I bill with the light. You know this is how this world looks visually. So you know I'm thinking of you here in the space but when I made sure to do with in what we really. The photo that I had in mind was bringing the faces of these two men very close together and in that in how it serves my documentary work. It didn't require direction but how I did alter the scene Brought in a very very very small table. And maybe a foot in Winston Lane and I've had them both stand on it with their elbows on it so it forced a closeness and I didn't try to direct them at all. It was just like guys all I need from. You is just to be on this table like if like a little bit closer like please just don't deviate outside of this world and with them. What are you GONNA do? What do you like great? Now let me give me a emotional. Wonder fear I am not. I'm not going to have that conversation with him. It's not who am I. You know but what they did do though when you when I built that space for them is their old friends and they suddenly became two men conspiring at a bar. You know for like the next scheme. The next thing all sudden played into the characters that we've known throughout the years and it's it's thinking about the world you build for the subjects in shoots you now and what they can work with. But that's not an easy task for sure. But I do need those sets to more feel like documentary sets than I do for them to be purchased sets. And I'll often have might crew Maya team at times like interface with the subject. You know. I think there's a lot of photographers. Who they are exclusively. The one that speaks to you know the quote unquote talent But you know my assistants are wonderful. People themselves in. I often let them have the conversation so there. Is You know the subjects talking off camera someone else and then I can kind of. Just get to work. Let it unfold in the way that you know documentary would and that's what I'm the most comfortable build the world. Let them planet and then I just grabbed I can so I want to return to the? I don't know how much that field work the other documentary. Work before I let you go. I mean you've you've been shooting over the last few years around the OPIOID EPIDEMIC. And you've shots the fires in California and again I'm very interested in to what extent you kind of set a project for yourself a theme. That's going to tie your work together. And then you pursue the work or you take assignments as they come and to what extent you want them to fit into some larger project that you're engaged in right you know so a lot of this work. You know everything that I see now is largely focussed around a project that I'm starting in. You know it's something I've been working on since really since two thousand fourteen in the wake of Ferguson really. I started to see the sense in optimism that had come out of the election of Obama. Suddenly start to fade and that the country has really been sold onto allergy. Right and that America wasn't well and then what was sort of fracturing in the country in what was churning in there is conflict in the state all sort of sparked this radicalization gave rise to the trump administration and that really became largely what I started to hone in on one? The work to focus on is the fallout of the presidency into the trump administration and looking at the sort of the lines in the fissures in the fractured state. But it for me to say that a lot of this has been intentional it. It hasn't it's been you know. I am just been covering the country and I really also much to. So of the editors who have brought me into the fault on working on these stories and A. For many years it was just you know moving through each story. And they were their own individual things. But then as I started to take the long view I saw that all of these things were connected right and he didn't recognize it at the time. He didn't recognize that. If you are in Milwaukee Shooting Story for the New Yorker on eviction that at that very moment year there to make work on affection. But you don't really at least at the time for me. I was thinking about okay. How does this fit into the larger narrative of the country at this time and so I chewed it in shoot it while and then it just sort of sat but I think now everything has shifted within the last couple years? Where all of the work I make is against the backdrop of this sort of hypothesis. If you will you know. This sort of like thesis in America is defined by visitors as much as it's defined by installed fiction of greatness and that to me is then what I've been really focused on looking at and every story hopefully falls into that narrative line and I mean that in our current moment it feels like that story is everywhere. And how do you bring that to Earth in terms of individual people and choosing how you're going to manifest that in photographs there so many places you could go to chase that idea? How do you decide which are going to go after? It's an interesting question now because I'm now just now at the plane of starting to really see that body of work is something that I need to offer an. I need to take control of right. I think when you work like I do. It's it's you know is hit hit. I am now starting to really.
"montgomery" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"I saw the work that he was doing and I wanted to do that. And obviously that's changed some there's been variations on the team. But you know that became the goal and I was in high school and so I joined high school yearbook and really this all started in high school yearbook. It allowed me to really cover high school like paper would cover you know a town I will say I still my province. Work his escort your prolific. If if any of your listeners can ever get their hands on it it's It's something I think. I increased the size of the yearbook by like two or three inches singlehandedly super dorky. I know but that thing was thin and now. It's this beautiful epic that I believe largely hope that everyone graphic coffee all it all started there. I think a lot of the Same excitement that I get out of the work that I do now within the documentary practice at least. It's still the same sort of excitement that I felt when I was creating work in high school. You know you got to be in a space that specific people were allowed to be in. No one else could be there because you were photographer. And that was as simple as being on. You know a football field when you know really only the two teams in the coaches could be there. You got to be there because you had a camera. I still largely feel that that sort of inherent curiosity around the craft. I'm almost more married to the social aspect of what I do beyond the photographing aspect of what I do. I'm more interested. I think in the interactions that I have with people than I am in photography that to me is what really drives work and it's been released foundational. I mean I feel like there's a lot of ways that interest can then manifest when you actually get to the point of training and becoming a professional and you can go very strong in the commercial direction and the bit then there's a lot of people that straddle between commercial and photojournalism or studio or whatnot. So what would you got your training. Were you driven entirely by a photo journalist? Or how did you sort of navigate into photo journalism? Originally while I'm self taught? I barely got out of high school. Honestly and that's not because I was getting in trouble. I was actually really singularly just about photography really high school just wasn't agreeing with me but I thankfully I just had this. I had this call. I had this anchor in the. Where can I knew that I wanted to do it so and I didn't go to college I just? I tried to study the early practitioners at home and see the sort of way that they would work on a story and try to piece that together on a local level in. I would just really studied the work of photographers from Magnum. And there was another photo agency at the time called seven. And it's still around. I'm but at the time they had sort of exploded. On the scene heavy hitting Rosser photographers would just often look at the photo essays that they were putting out and try to understand what made a photo essay. You know. It'd be a story about a Iraq vet and they would sort of tell this narrative arc in in their photos of an Iraq that returning home to their town. And so I try and look for you know these narratives in my town and also really knock on the doors of the newspapers that were covering the region of California that I'm from which is what town is it was San Bernardino redlands Southern California. It's a little pocket that's tucked in between La in Palm Springs. You know I would go cover anything from fires to you. Know the occasional car accident or you know area. Eighty one year olds. Best Apple Pie competition some some ridiculous thing like that. I didn't know that you had not formerly gone to school. No I was grinding for some time and then I went to Kashmir in northern India to try to make that work Very human in certain respects. I was young I was eighteen. Just got out of high school but I was like okay. A photo journalist goes to a place and goes to a place where there is you know. Bang Bang which is ridiculous. It's ridiculous but I was young and you'd seen war photographer so sure. Yeah it was re. It was ridiculous and much my parents dismay but you know I went there to try and make story happened and also take a photography workshop with you know a number of other photographers and try and dip my toe in that and then add had a you know a long trip to East Africa. You know I'm still now at this time. Like nineteen tied. Really you know was trying to model career off of the photographers largely admired in found the craft through then they became a moment of like. Okay like now Nella. And that's what I moved to New York and that's when there was a little bit of education in the form of to ICP who's whom their photography they have a nine months documentary and photojournalism program. But I had already come in. I think at that point with a bit of information on knowing how to build a story you know I networked in met a number of photographers who were extremely helpful in extending the hand and I think also looking back on it now see how young in thirsty us and were generous with their time in their information and you know help to be sort of going the right direction so I moved to New York in did that program but then came out of that program in really really began to learn really learn the craft in my time working for the Wall Street Journal at the Time The Wall Street Journal and and.
"montgomery" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"The PODCAST. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. Be Obviously we're we're remote here. As is the custom in the time so a sad that we couldn't sit across from each other. I have a certain reverence for photographers because I wanted to be a photographer for much of my like very young life and then as you can see it did not work out for me and so I am deeply deeply interested in how you work and I wanted to sort of start in the now and the pieces human shooting in the last couple of weeks and month or two months and then go back and talk a little bit about how you got to that point because these pieces were so stunning in part because especially for a while we were just not seeing say the inside of a hospital and the story did for the Times magazine was for the first time I really saw okay. This is what's happening really inside where no one can get to. Who's not a doctor? Not a not a nurse not a patient so I wanted to just kind of walk through how that came about and how you did it and I off when everything got shut down from coronavirus. What were you working on? What were you shooting at that time? And then how did you shift to? This is so interesting when I look back on it in the wave of Assignments who commissions that were photographed just prior to this. The last shoot that I had worked on was a portrait of Matthew mcconaughey which I can't think of a more contrasting different style of shoe. It was at a studio in. Los Angeles was kind of everything you would imagine it to be. You know for a celebrity shoot and that was where that way of working sort of ended for the time being and then began. And did you think to yourself from the beginning? I WANNA find a way into this. Like did your photo. Journalists instincts kick in at that point totally. I mean that's is really. The core of my work is based heavily in photojournalism documentary. You know I really got started in newspapers and covering New York so that way of working that sort of aggressive daily Hustle finding where the news is in sort of chasing much be reported would is in my blood so when something like this comes up everything for me at least case in and I immediately saw that this was the story of our time in it would largely be the only story for a long time and it was time to go. I think a lot of those photographers that I grew on all sort of had their moment. You know in a post nine eleven world. That was a little young to cover the aftermath of nine eleven whether that be the law whether that be at home and I sort of had in this weird way this feeling of envy that they. They had their moment with the story. That was all encompassing looking at it. Now you know this is the story of my time. And it's a little more than perhaps bargained for and you mean you shot in eight hospitals for one piece so walk me through first of all how that comes about that. It's a very difficult place for anyone to get into privacy laws much less I would assume of tog refer. So how does that story first of all the concept of going to that many hospitals as opposed to just going to one? And then how you get the access to get it right and you know for that. I really have to largely credit the incredible stuff of the New York Times magazine I think from the beginning of working with them on code coverage that was always our goal at that point. We really seen the city shut down. And as Jonathan Mahler who wrote the piece you know put it New York City of stories and at that time there was only one story it was New York City's hospitals and we we worked tirelessly to find hospital. That would allow us to come in. If you really wasn't effort a large effort by the photo department namely Kathy Ryan. Who's director of photography at the Time Magazine and Shannon Simon? Who's a contributing editor the magazine? And eventually you know we were able to get into public hospitals within New York in photographs. Multiple hospitals in every borough the city so then what is the morning? Look like for you or day. Look like for you when you're going to go shoot in one of these hospitals like. How do you get organized to actually go in there? What do you have with you Right so I worked very closely with a colleague in Assistant. Try Selling who I have worked with for in a little while and mostly worked in studio shoot so this is a whole new venture for him and we had been earlier in our coverage starting to understand what we would need in of P. to be photographed environments so in day for us would sort of start out with arriving at the hospital very earlier and we turned his car vacuum his car. Into sort of a workstation. We'd coated it with plastic and has died disinfectants. The number of wife's and just starting to make sure that every thing was very procedural. We're going in the problem. The more when we would exit in terms of of safety we would often park on the street and we would change into head to toe. Ppa which would be a tie back suit with. Booties with a pair of gloves. A facial and ninety is a hair net and then a surgical masks it would go over the and ninety five and yeah it would be. It would begin so when you walk at first of all. What kind of cameras are you carrying you? She with one camera. You have multiple cameras your trading out. I would shoot with one camera in there. It became really difficult to shoot in there. In fact it's possibly difficult to photograph in there. I say that because were wearing these giant face shields that really are there facials or this there in fact for welding and so when I was photographing I could never lift the camera directly to my face so that became incredibly difficult. I'd have to shoot kind of looking through the viewfinder with a good. You know four inches in between the camera and my I or I would switch the camera on live mood which is essentially the equivalent of like how you photograph with an iphone. But you know I'm using digital art so it's a little bit weirder and having to focus in that environment and then midway through the shoot. I figured I'd change. It happened where you know really tight goggles for the eyewear which ended up being awful death and so there would be times often wear. I would be photographing in. The scene was very rich for in terms of content. There was action there were it was a moment and I would often just take off the face. Shield and go you know. I finally kind of have to give in and bring the camera. Straight face will be deeply could so yeah it was. It was a win cameras. Set up you're also having to navigate spaces where there is a ton of staff so you want your impact to be low. So I'd go in there with lung camera lenses and then a couple of lights to do our thing in my sister was also there the entire time as well so he would have his own setup as well and once you have the access and you get in there and the doctors and nurses are working. Do you fade into the background. Like are they sort of telling you. Don't do this do this out of this way. Like how active is your interaction. Are you just kind of floating around as this quiet presence? The time inside there was really limited oven? It was it will lead worked out with the hospital. Was they had arranged for us to photographs. Individuals within those hospitals that they felt were important in telling the story of the crisis and they were wonderful subjects. So each time we would go in we would be introduced to in ICU. Nurse and doctor at P. P. E. Specialist who is training staff on how to put on and take it off So there was always an individual that we were mainly focused on in each case but we mentioned be careful in terms of not interrupting workflow in just the low impact if you will but all in all it was you know. The Lord's knew that we were there. Were not fade into the background. You know I often use a light..
"montgomery" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"I am your Co Host Evan ratliff. Here's Max Linski and Lamour from long-form. Hey you guys You know some. Sometimes it's been. It's been a down vibe on these intros. The energy has been low but Aaron. Lamour do you have good news? My friend you have an update for the listeners. Did likely to share. I found my cat. My cat has been My cat has been located. She's safe and healthy. You know. God bless credible. I've I'm so happy to hear. It glad that whistle is back for she blocks. I told a long story that is too long for this introduction about accidentally trapping a live raccoon while trying to reclaim my cat that can be heard in the most recent episode of Coin. Talk which is my podcast which is on hiatus except was re invoked for this story about the live raccoon trapping. You use lacked us about that story. And there's there's I can think of very few events that I wish there was footage of more than you discovering that giant live raccoon trap. That you were opening your your tiny cute outs cat. Was it as a sincere question? Who is on the podcast? This Week Erin. This week on the show. I talked to Philip Montgomery Phil. Montgomery is a credible photographer. We have never had a dog for on before which is kind of insane. Is that true? No that is true. We've had documentaries. But we've never had a photographer. It took US guys. It took US three hundred ninety. Four episodes a photojournalist on madness. I'm embarrassed but go on. It's embarrassing but we got a great one evan. I what what kind of work. Because we're starting to remedy that. So you have seen his photographs in every magazine the Atlantic Vanity Fair Bloomberg BusinessWeek. He won a National Magazine Award for a series in the New Yorker the OPIOID epidemic Which she's shot a lot all over the country Particularly in Ohio for that series and most recently in the coronavirus crisis he got inside of eight hospitals in New York City basically at the peak of the epidemic and he shot in those hospitals distort the New York Times magazine he needed another story for the New York Times Magazine With a writer Maggie Jones about a funeral home in the Bronx where he photographed them dealing with the influx of Deceased people from the from the Cova de Democ. So he's really in the thick of it recently. He's got a lot of great pass work and because we've never talked dog refer. I got to take him down all the roads you know for the first time that we've never got to ask you. What about how they work if you are starting out in something whether it's photography or writing a great way to keep people abreast of all of your work is with an email newsletter from. Ou- kemp they make the show possible. Thank you to them over at Malcolm. I'm excited for this one. Here's Evan with Philip. Montgomery Philip. Welcome to.
"montgomery" Discussed on The Short Porch
"You. Never watch wrestling got to. There's a belt hanging. You gotta get the latter from underneath the ring. Shut the ladder in the middle of the ring. Climb up grabbed belt before your tackled. That's the thing I've ever teams again. Really cool was a judge in voight. Judging void versus Jon Benet Rod in their primes Jambi Arab neighborhood. They're just more mean I'm going no I'm going on Jilani here flea foot ongoing judge avoid. I just think Jambi would have some so maps note saying planned. Johnny have an elaborate plan. Elaborate plan is be the wild dog. You'd only judge what happened elaborate plan. Judge like is a very smart guy. Yeah maybe I'm not saying it's a landslide. But era in Jambi. Mardi said they have that that X. factors being unemployed was built to be a WWF wrestler. And like he would just thrive in these moments. Okay that's our show. Got Some big coming tomorrow Which will be our next week. Show it's finally making me when we do these things. I remember what day of the week. It is like today's Wednesday tomorrow. Thursday which is nice and it's a punt for that if it does if it works out on that stay safe out there. I think it's supposed to be shitty weather next couple of days. Tommy I'm starting to route with you for like shitty weather because I don't like what is sixty five degrees outside. I can't play basketball or do anything although I will say my super now so we moved into this building last June and we were told get. Roofs always closed And like you can't go up there so I've never been up there. And then the net or the day after our oxide the guy came back the super my other remain open the door and he was like I was looking for. The other guy was ordered about the carbon monoxide. Like I opened the roof. Free guys you can go out there and like fresh air so he must have known. I was quite nervous. I went up there and it's pretty cool. I wish it was open all the time. And he's like yeah. I grew up there every day when it's not raining so I do have that to take advantage of. Now he's just going to be open after the quarantine or it's only according to them. I'm not sure that there's definitely a lot of people have left by building. I mean nobody's going to fucking party at a time like this. The panthers also just ruined the Falcons. I saw that score. It's of the Falcons Jersey. Reveal that the panthers posted and then they walk outside and it's just Adam Sandler Easter's your bills are tough the Baltimore. I don't hate the Falcons tres. I'M A fan I. I liked the all black teal. Yeah I think the fact that it says. Atl's Kinda cool. I actually seen these yet I usually hate the gradient one that goes from red to black. I don't think this one looks that bad. Like I. Hate The diamondbacks Gradient Jersey. I think not. I don't hate the all black one. I like that. A lot with the stripe down the side of the red and white stripe. I kinda like that the other one. The black to the white is just what they've been wearing. Red Faded one is new all white. The bucks ones were terrible. What are they just do cream? Cicle this it's not hard you got Tom Brady and then they also walked up. They were debuting The jerseys that God would wearing twelve breezy number twelve. So figure it out on all right. This is a long show So hopefully it killed like two hours or close to it for your days Joining boys will see you back here soon and a short porch. We'll see you next week later. This John Sterling you've been listening to short porch byproduct of Barstool Sports. Thank you guys so.
"montgomery" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Fourteen year olds MOMS sightly. It's just a lot of hard work put into it from the back so it adds up. That is really into the numbers and all that and he can part. You know when you get into all that describing to me hard because it's so heavily nerdy. Are you able to comprehend that you? You understand his the dumbing down version dumb it down. I'm learning but he's really good at getting it through to you. Different ways so Kinda they they'll tell us what our strengths are in a tell us to do that. More so Makes makes it easier when you're doing what you're good at? Did you find yourself prior to that? Like being video guy and studying yourself or you more like a field guy more of a field guy especially when I was down to remind Raymond just. We'll do our catchers meeting and basically I would just trust him You just say all right meat. We're going to do this and say all right good to have a good relationship for him to get the opportunity. Yeah Yeah actually backup. There's my college catcher Greiner. So hopefully they tune in both of them have a good year but eighty-one games eat. Destroy me off the Yankee Yankees Post Yankee. You'd have a beard if you're on the Yankees. Yeah Yeah I have to. It turns red so come on so so the moment they lift that policy. You'RE GONNA you'll you'll never going to happen but the off season is growing. Changing Eric. Cressey is also a new addition. Here chain overhaul coal strength and conditioning program and all that. What kind of changes have you seen with that? I mean more remains far. I'd started doing him. I went I drove down to Jupiter and during the playoff run when I was down here just in case they need an extra arm and he got me a program. And that's what. I did all season or monthly and feel great so I think he's opening. Some is getting guys a lot stronger. They thought they could be your mobile or really. Just functionally strong. I mean he's a magician. I'll say it now and tomorrow and the next day he's really good. What are you would hear rumors of him in like? Oh what's going up in their own magical place just like when we got the update like Oh yeah. You're just like what? Yeah that's a great seems like a fan idea almost like news higher Scott. Just did yeah. I mean I don't hit you. Look at the guys that use them. They're all the best some of the right. Yeah they're telling US yesterday. They took away the poll running drills run two miles and fifteen minutes and he scrapped that right yeah he scrapped basically any kind of long distance running. That's huge. I'm sure I don't mind right. I can run distances pretty fast but it's just kind of pointless wasn't help you'd never had trouble getting was two miles fifteen minutes or something like that. That's the minor league test which that was dumb to one mile and seven minutes. Our test. Which is like you can do that and you can do that. I can do that. I did eight and a half jive central grade. I walked into my health class. Fm My teacher was like what happened. They settlers obviously. You're nicknamed Gumby. And because I've been I'm usually reference to go to car salesman the inflatable guys. That's usually me. How did you get Gumby? That's are in college. Started I in college Literally the first day I showed up Carolina. There were two fifth year seniors. And we'll Casey and Logan Munson and they thought it was hilarious. Stuff everyone star Kalma Gumby and that could be way worse. I've heard a few times now calling you that money. There's a few like that. But GUMBI's your favorite yes j Mo- would come and monitor like the New York ones and then like all my college friends comic. Gumby so you to South Carolina pitching in the SEC. What's what's that like it's pressure. I'm sure yeah definitely. Gets you ready for Minor League Ball and the big leagues best especially pitching in the world series? As good to me. We were really good then too. So those funnels. Yeah so we're GONNA to ask the story of the off season the Houston Astros. Would we go back to twenty seventeen? You did pitch a game in. Houston you notice anything. I don't know your numbers were up. Three innings and five thirds. Nothing with five five innings. Five hundred third given up three. Yeah Yeah you said three INNINGS SPRUCE. It was my bridge versus. Yeah I mean if they know what's coming and I can get the five innings. They must be pretty Communist. Booster for success fastball. Yeah Yeah I saw that yeah. It's it's taken care of itself kind of we've been talking about it and it's been talked about for like two months. It's kind of just ready to move for the over played until I think September very yeah this topic like as soon as everyone got to camp in. Tampa where you guys are like fuck those astros thousand like off season and then we knew the media was going to be like right on us of course So it's just kind of it's all a recipe and you can't even watch any kind of being on those. He was on Saturday night. Live the Saturday like needs to be over. I think they're paying for it with the fans. Olive Room Baseball OPS. Like isn't that much. So you'll be like the Garrett Cole signing or something but this is just taking over everything so people were saying. It's good for baseball. I don't know about that what we're talking about it but yeah. I mean it's it's it's a pleasure to have you here and that you're cooking the rotation you're healthy and you're very important part of this twenty twenty season and pitch and you can save these big games. What is it like pitching a Yankee Stadium? Can you describe dislike the aura of having the ball? Twenty seventeen great fantastic. Yeah so what? Is it like pitching Yankee Stadium. Different definitely different than pitching in college or the miners or really anywhere. I haven't had the opportunity anywhere and I hope I never do but you make a big pitch with second third to out. Strike Guy Out. I mean no feeling like it at one moment that sticks out from a start of kinky stadium or maybe it was just a crowd just went insane. You're like Goddamn this is cool. I had no cincinnati no hit through five and I gave up a hit and I'd like almost got a standing ovation. Man This is nuts. What if I actually though a no hitter? Actually remember that exact star sitting at the bar at work and I was getting pumped because I I was very excited for you and may have had a bet on it but people walking by like what's going on in like fifth inning. No hitter then we start talking about it but I remember getting very disappointed specifically specifically are you superstitious and in general. I mean no hitter obviously a day that you're starting to have certain routines and stuff. Yeah see got me on this one. I can't remember who who started it but if you drink a cup of water you can't put it down facing up like he can't sit. Stay up you got to knock it over questions got why I have never heard of walking around and looking for cuts and not not even just yours or knocking over other PE- no no at all none. I love that so literally. Just take one SIP. Knock it over new cup. Drovers got got water in its lobby up. But if it's empty because that'd be chaotic inserted into with all this chaos. I just see him creeping around looking for cups to say if someone's having a bad ending or we're in a slump. I'm looking I really think is the car that's hilarious. So you mentioned you had this connection. What role do you have are you? Are you comfortable throwing to Hagi? And Gary. I do have that. Same kind of yeah. Yeah I've been thrown all Hagan Gary for all through the minors too so I think through a couple hitters imperfect Came to Hagi in the minors Some in both they're both really good Behind there so I trust them to absent here. Was there so we mentioned pitching Yankee Stadium. Is there a specific place on the road that you love pitching that you just feel comfortable in trying to think of where pitched I like pitching in Detroit? I think I've had like three good games. There Helps Tiger lose their hitters typically stake. Maybe it's been a while since thought about where fishing six seventeen. Minnesota IS COOL STADIUM SEATTLE. Definitely I love Seattle. So there's probably my top spacious. They're give give it the big gaps you can. You're all the features and gets every ball. Something I've always wondered you know these road trips to Seattle. Wherever's along or flight where were you on the plane like there's a bunch of different guys to do different stuff on a long plane right? He got the poker players keep to themselves. Long plane ride of you in the mix or just like listening to music. I watch or watch a movie. I said Hey. Greens all minor business and STOIC. Were just we'll just we keenly rowdy somewhere in front of me Ashley keeps an interesting. What is it like being teammate? Of Topic is awesome. He's the nicest guy ever literally. Hugs me every day. Such a good. He's one of my good friends on the team Jordan. He calls me money money. You know when he's trying to talk to you can hear three halls. You need a guy like that. Yeah for sure. I don't really think there's another guy like him like baseball. Like the League. Yeah I just don't think we'll definitely Yankees. Never had a guy like he fits and good luck with our team. That is for sure. Swisher kind of swears by the closest thing. Yeah I mean. I can't believe he used to do that. Red Bull and coffee diet where he would drink like four rebels a day and two coffees and now he's down one coffee. I says Tommy. Yeah yeah it was like since. Everyone's how's your heartbeat? Yeah your blood. Pressure's gotta be horrible. I'm like my cholesterol slightly high. I don't know what his heart rates going on there. Well He's good now times as he talked about his cholesterol. I'm worried about than I talk about my barking shoulder. Subtext About Me I gotTa pee man. This is really just been the three of US complaining. Better ailments in Montgomery said like Tommy. Johns not just here. That's awesome. I don't know if I'd one more thing so I know. Your game of thrones fan twenty seventeen. I was a Yankee reporter for Fordham. I'm sure you remember about a thirty second conversation about game so quickly so he wouldn't even obviously but you know season ended last male disappointed. What you think of the Alice phrase disappointed You wait two years. You're pumped up. And then they kind of rushed if it felt like they rush through it. I'd read the books already so I knew finished but I knew how good some parts could be Just kind of you have an idea of how it could end. And then it's like man will just Kinda what were you hoping for. Oh Man I don't know I was hoping for maybe like a definitely wanted to see I'm already forgetting the names. Healthy Not Brennan. The rotator. That brand new brand brands gone. Maybe two. She's saying I was basic. Just let us know how everything you've no creativity. I wanted to see what's her name.
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"Now join here The Yankees number four pitcher in starting rotation right now Jordan Montgomery Jordan. What's going on much? Let Beer how's that feel like you're solidified right now into this opening day rotations. Does that change anything with you? Still going to go out there and try and get my work in on stuff and be prepared as I can be for for star. See You had today the off day. What is typical off day? Like for you when you're not getting you know already you're not getting the game today. I had a bullpen today. So bullpen left arm care. Eat Watch the game. Come home the whole time you can leave of not sure. There's a rule about service time That usually I'll stay for the starter can watch the bullpen. And then watch them pitch. So you've had this you know you now here in spring training fully healthy you know after you came back last year. What was it like battling back? You get hurt in May of twenty eighteen. In June you find out it's it's much worse if the Senate what was your mindset like battling backroll a really kind of had a date in mind kind of put my head down and can take it day by day Which is really the only way you can do it so really kind of kept big picture in mind. Grounded was racist low points during during God. Damn this sucks yeah My set back. I mean I was like leading rip filing good arm speed was back and then the winning. Nobody's my shoulder like started in probably win anything serious but you say anything had to shut down And that come through threw me off on what day I could get back so I kind of pushed me back and I didn't have much time to spare by the time I dig it back. Good thing I did so that was probably the worst just kinda. I was feeling so good and then some so silly happening. I like to use the term shoulder barking because I've been saying that about my left shoulders been barking and they were giving me Shit. Nobody's term show major sponsor shoulder bark bark. Mine was from probably the gym. Some I slept on a sunny. Maybe I'm not sure but shoulder bar is determined that is the thing that comeback and Rehab and everything. It seems very hard but right now I'm going through for myself. I'm not trying to peel day. I said that I think I've gone through days where I haven't had to pee so today I'm going through. I have to pee so bad at this moment. I'm not a hero. Just WanNa let you know. Probably the same thing. And they're just looking at.
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"montgomery" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"Investment company? How what are the meetings like? I've talked to. I've had a couple of funding on the most so that some of the meetings get quite passionate in the way people talk about their got. A bismuth theses. Okay so as long as you've got a very clearly defined mandate and a clearly defined investment process. There really isn't a lot of debate. You're either investing within the process or you're not investing within the process and if you not investing with it within the process then there's no debate you're not investing within the process because no discussion. If you're investing within the process following you mandate then really. This is usually consensus in the decisions that we make the disputes. That arise is where we are asking me as Chief Investment Officer. Armata ask one of my analysts a question about a company that I haven't really given a satisfactory answer to which means after gone away and do more work and that's that's all there is to it. It's it's really quite quite boring in our office. Introverts Barabas hair-dos. They DREAM COME TRUE. You A lot of people having a lot of conversations about companies and a lot of people with headphones on with noise cancelling headphones just building models on computers. After they've gone and talked to companies and met with met with CEOS and met with boards with customers. So it's really important for an investor to know what's going on inside that company is world the people running it and how it's run. Look I think so. I think it's important. You know the question that you want to know is how does this company make money How does money flow through the business from you? Know from Sil- through to through the Prophet. There are interesting businesses. That interesting paths for the money for example Typically orders the cars from the manufacturer. Ferment and I sit on the lot but the car dealership doesn't pay for the car until it sold the car. So you look at a balanced shape for example of a car dealership. And you think my Gosh it's a Lotta liabilities with a liability. Is the amount of money it has to pay for the cars that board ordered. It doesn't have to pay them until they sold so from a cash flow perspective. It's actually not as unattractive it would look if you look at the balance sheet so that's just one example and I'm sure people are listening and thinking. Oh my gosh. How on Earth am I going to learn all that? That's car manufacturer supermarkets and they generate cash on their working capital. What Roger Cy? I don't even know what that means. That's good that means you got a lot of work to do before you go about investing in the stock market yourself. A lot of it too is not listening to stories because rather than looking at numbers. There's a lot of CEOS out there who was telling a story SHONTAE and you've got to be careful that you just get excited and caught up in what you think is an exciting story and technology is probably the greatest example of that. We've had throughout history. We've had technology and what's happened with new ten seven with new technology. Is THAT PEOPLE. Say the potential for that technology to change the world. And they believe they're also going to change their financial fortune. Will they do financial fortune but often adversely because new technology tends to benefit the consumer much more than it benefits the investor? So you think of things like the television well the United States. There's been a couple of thousand. Tv manufacturers since the TV was invented in the forties or fifties and it was the fifties it was released. There's been lots and lots of TV manufacturers in the US today none exist. You look at You Know Airlines for example. We'll collectively over his over time. They're making money now for the time being when interest rates are low but What we and oil prices low but what we know is that in aggregate since I existed. They've lost money but it's been a huge benefit to consumers. You know it's been great for the world but investors of money. I could go on comment affect trained for example. There isn't a common factor in the United States. Today that is profitable. That wasn't bailed out at some point either by the government or private equity so the only one that hasn't been bailed out by government during the AFC was Ford but it's been bailed out in the past byproduct witty and so you know. Cars change the course of human history. If you'd been they cow Baynes. I drive the first Peyton. Takao fist patented horseless carriage. You could've thought and his wife Berta drive it to another city. Another town to do the grocery shopping. You would have thought this is going to change the course of history but now on my really any money. Because how would you have picked the winning common effect tra- given that in the US for example non exist today that haven't gone broke before? Well just finish up the interview. Because I just wanted to get your thoughts for a downturn because a lot of people haven't really experienced a downturn and even two thousand eight two thousand nine is a dim memory. Yes what should people be thinking about in these times when things seem to be so good well? Wall interest rates remained very very low. We probably won't get a downturn in the economy having said that though the caveat is that the stock market could fall at anytime and if the stock market fell and people were nervous about investing and there are nervous about growth. The net could be enough to slow this bending behavioral slide. They're investing behavior and that could bring on a recession even with low rights alternatively if inflation emerged and right started going up interest rates started going up then that would probably end the boom to audit know when these things will happen. But what I do know is that history has demonstrated that I will. I can't tell you win. Can't tell you how long it's going to be but what I do know is that assures not follows die. We'll get a recession again somewhere in the world. The United States China or Australia. We'll get a stock market correction. And so that's why you're investing today. He made to have a long time and Rosin. That's why I said earlier. The first page of a patients you know I said to a friend of mine. Who's looking at investing? Many millions of dollars said to him. Yesterday I wouldn't be investing this money today unless you can see through a fifty percent correction and of course. The first thing he does is shock. I'd takes it looks at me with with terrible shock on his face as I'm not saying it's not going to happen tomorrow. I don't know if it is or it isn't what I do know. Is You need to have a long enough horizon. The End Invest. Only the amount of money prepared to see that decline and recovery now and I wouldn't invest all at once are investing tranches over Tom. Because obviously if he is called dollar cost averaging if you have a fixed dollar amount of money and you're investing regularly you buy more units when their shape unless when they're expensive now if the market continues to go in a northeasterly direction? You're better off investing all your money today but I struggled to believe that that is likely to happen. They'll be bumps along the way you want to take advantage of those. A fifty percent decline in the quality business is an opportunity fifty percent decline in a rubbish business. We you probably not going to get your money back. And so it's really important. Gut referred to finish off the PODCAST. By referring to what we talked about right at the start which is quality. It's important that everything that I'm saying is is win. Makes is appropriate for when you're buying quality businesses not a proper when buying junk Roger? It's been a great pleasure speaking with you just Just run US through some of the funds that you run as well if people are interested in getting in touch unfunny at.
"montgomery" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"I heard talking about different kinds of strategies. Theses Value Growth and momentum. Can you explain that tra- listeners? Absolutely so really. Let me cite the outset. These are labels. That fund manages and advises us to differentiate themselves value and growth a really two sides of the same coin. You can't value something unless you know how it's going to grow. I'm so and valuing assets is actually pretty straightforward. Let's those an auction today for ten million dollar bank account. Earning twenty percent forever. What would you pay for that? Well if we auctioned off today and you said to yourself. I'm happy with a ten percent return on my money. So you pay twenty million dollars for that bank account. So it's it's got ten million dollars in it but you're prepared to pay twenty million dollars for that. Thank him because you're happy with a ten percent return so if you're happy with a five percent return you can pay forty million dollars for that bank account and so the lower the return you're willing to accept does your required return the high the price you can. Pi- what we tend to do is simply simply have a very sit band or range of returns that we want for the risk associated with being in the stock market and will only buy things when we believe we can lock in that return in the past. That was fifteen percent. Now it's about eight or nine percent but we're certainly not going to chase things when they're offering a return of one or two percent it which in some cases we're seeing in the stock market today so value is the flip side of growth. Ideally you want to buy businesses that are going to be substantially larger in five ten or fifteen years from now they and they generate high rates of return on equity and retain large amounts of capital will be a lot bigger in the future. They're the most valuable things to say the most desirable assets to and you want to buy them when people are throwing them out with everything else. I'm so that's value and growth in how we think about momentum really doesn't care about any of those things it's just buying the stocks that have gone up the most or you believe will go up. The most there are fund managers in Australia and around the world. That have made a lot of money in recent years using pure momentum strategies. So all they're doing is buying the things that went up the most last month in last quarter of last year believing that thou up the most next quarter next month next quarter next year. And I've done very well doing that. Because the best performing stocks over the last twelve months have been the stocks that did the best the previous twelve months so it works but I think it's very dangerous because it doesn't really matter what the company does. It doesn't matter what its name is. It doesn't matter what the cody's doesn't matter who's running it. You just buying the things that go up the most. That's momentum you an Acolyte of Warren Buffet. Absolutely yes and Charlie Monger Benjamin Graham and a bunch of value investors that have been around in the last fifty sixty seventy years. I've just started writing a biography. The FAMOUS BIOGRAPHY OF WARREN BUFFETT. Snabel now American capital making American capitalist staying but One of the quite sinologist heard about Warren Buffett is that he wants to invest in a company. That could be run by his idiot. Nephew because one of these days an idiot nephew will be running that company. Yes yeah that's true. We do believe that the business you get into is more important than whose rowing it having said that in small companies. Yup Management is vital because really the companies have Simon Hurdles in front of them in terms of growing the business rising capital often no competitive advantage limited revenue. You know all of those hurdles you really need some smiling navigate all of that. Eventually a company will guy from sort of emerging to more established and when it's more established you WanNa make sure that the processes procedures and brand the competitive advantages there because if the is hit by bustle resigns you want to know that can keep going and bay successful but of course you do have the option invest in the stock market. You've got the flexibility to get out very quickly. If you need to small-cap can you just give us an idea of what size companies are involved in the small cap into the market. Look anything below a couple of billion dollars really sit at a small cap and it can go all the way down to maybe two or three hundred million dollars anything. Below that's considered micro capitalisation very very small and small companies funds way invest in the whole gamut. We invest all the way from the very very smallest companies now small cap funds all the way to the big companies in Australia in our domestic funds so even microchips. Usa even Margaret caps so is a term much different trying to value those two companies as opposed to some of the bigger into is because once involved in that. Well you have to estimate growth. So you've got to think about the timing. It's there are some companies where the growth is potentially more certain way that's the case. That's way will invest if it's too hard to work out. We just went in based having said that there's often a lot of change in the industries that these companies are in so thinking about what changes could threaten the growth of a company's very important when you're thinking about valuing them it is a higher risk game so now small companies funds. We tend to have a lot more holdings and that smaller positions in case we die. Get it right so you. You spread the bit spice enable Raven in day. I'm just going to go off script here for a moment because what's coming to mind is a member of the Australian shareholders association. Hard earned their fantastic. I gotta those meetings young. I'm sure you do but I saw a presentation late last year. And they were talking about the difference between a Twentieth Century Company twenty-first-century Company and that's tends to be sort of asset heavy manufacturing based now it's very asset lot very brand based on platform based. How does it a victim your decisions in investing in some of these chemicals actually really interesting so so if a company is growing its audience for example and reinvesting a lot into customer acquisition? That is a good thing. If you think at the end of that process it will be the only one standing. The problem is that companies because money so cheap at the moment and freely given It's a liability in people's bank accounts. They don't want it in the bank can't because it ends a little. They're happy to throw it research and development and start up companies then. There's a risk off is a belief that that succeed. The problem that we see is that when companies are reinvesting a lot of money in the growth that assumption that the successful is probably wrong because when they get to the point that Dave acquired lots of customers they'll be our competitors competing for those same customers and they'll continue to have to spend a lot of money to retain those customers so the belief that hey will spend a lockout uber for example will spend billions and billions of dollars lose billions and billions of dollars today by becoming the biggest taxi company in the world and then we can charge whatever we want because everyone else has gone bright. Well guess what people throwing money at other start. Ups that are competing directly with so it rise prices and in fact it's losing more money as it gets bigger because it has to pay more money to the drivers to incentivize them to stay. So that's that's the way we think about that particularly talked me about investing internationally. How does it change for you being here in Australia? With funds investing internationally we have a separate tame called Monica global investments that manages our global. Founds so Andy mackin and his team they're responsible for making those decisions on the long side of the portfolio so that means when we buy stocks the philosophy is almost identical. They looking for competitive advantages high rates of return on incremental capital. The stuff we've talked about at the start of this podcast is exactly what we're looking for an exactly what they're looking for so that saw is actually no difference. The the only difference is they've got a much deeper pool of things to look at an invest in. You know we don't have these opportunities in Australia. For example. There's a company. Based in France listed on the French exchange called Issa Law is the law. You and I both wearing glasses. Is Laura the biggest manufacturer in the world of prescription lenses? They invented transition lenses. Multi focal lenses. I spend more on research and development any of the other companies combined or all of the other companies combined and they've got a huge runway for growth. Because when you hit about forty five there's a seventy percent chance that you'll need corrective eyewear when you hit about seventy five. There's a ninety percent chance you'll need corrective. Eyewear and guess what? The population of the world is aging as it grows. The proportion of people over the age of sixty five is getting larger and larger. And that's going to continue for decades so this company is a little really does have a very long runway for growth and it's forty got forty percent market share globally. Most of the listening to this podcast are beginners. And they're just taking their first baby steps in investing in the sharemarket. Is there any singular pace for advice that you can give them be patient white until you until you have a circle of competence developed? So you know what you are good at what you know a lot about and stick to investing in what you know a lot about. If you don't know a lot about something then you probably shouldn't be investing because it's a little bit like walking into a poker game way you haven't worked out who this is a buffet. Quite Yemen. Worked at who the Patsy is you ever worked at who the PATSY is it. You Yep so so. It's really important to develop that circle of competence first before you go investing but it's very difficult for people because they are just inundated with so much information. Yes I mean should they just start with an ATS? For example. It's interesting you talk about this in our diet. Want to use your podcast my book but I write my book for those people. I write it because I tell me about it until I wrote a book called valuable and released it in two thousand and ten and and it was I write it because I was forever raisin I was a little bit paranoid about maybe dying prematurely and I thought well if I do that what will i. What would my kids turn to for how to invest? I want to leave them a manual for how to invest and so I wrote valuable for my kids really so that when they were old enough with very little knowledge they could read that book and get an understanding of the basic concepts that they need to know in order to invest now. If after reading that book they say you know what? That's all too hard then. At least they know that and they don't make the mistake of investing themselves and they might leave it to a fund manager and wisely choose some fund manages to invest with instead. Who Do know what they're doing? So what's it like running a an.
"montgomery" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"Stick to investing in what you know a lot about. If you don't know a lot about something then you probably shouldn't be investing because it's a little bit like walking into a polka guideway. Haven't worked out. Who MISSES A buffet? Quite your dad. Who the Patsy is then? Were debtor the pets he is at you get. I am welcome to shades for begins to die my guest. His Roger Montgomery now registered chief investment officer and founder of Montgomery Investment Management. His head and continues to have a successful career as an analyst strategist fund manager and Public Company. Chairman Rodger appears regularly in the media and Chris. He needs no introduction for a lot of listeners and he currently agreed to appear on this podcast garage. In and thanks for coming into Chet. Pleasure to be with you feel okay..
"montgomery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Montgomery we are back at the Montgomery inn boathouse some of the world's greatest ribs in the John Branton radio show a lot of air gap band with us tonight we shared Mike mills are engineers set everything up thank you Mike we appreciate that we got Dave Keaton back in the studio running the show and a Hannah was apparently able to get out of her dance class tonight because she is making appearance at the coach's radio show for the first time this year and when ever Hanna is here she reserves the right in perpetuity to ask the first question they are that good Elliot does a nice job when they're both here LEDs second Hannah the floor is yours not only did number three from Houston the other day by a guy but if I wore shorts not sure I think I can dress code it do you think the league dress code well first of all I really had a really I heard so much about you and appreciate you waiting to inform road because so the truth the truth just think we're not going backwards because those the I wore those shorts when I was in college and I did have to roll up to where you know the young man from Memphis a way back in the day way back in the day they're already like that so everything kinda comes around a little bit but the yeah I guess if your longer shorts maybe it would have affected do as much your Stockton's back in the day John Stockton well you know a lot of the actual but after that was more along the the the fail to have fun getting to know you had to put you through okay all right alley at your next I have a comment after my question hi I still have it my dad showed me the video of you kick boxing is by taking your frustration out on the players or rank so so my wife and I do little kick boxing boxing the other two three mornings a week she does a lot more and I do it it depends what it is sometimes I hit that back a little bit harder they're not doing certain other days and a live up to your imagination who you think I might be imagine my comment is I think you can use your.
"montgomery" Discussed on The Property Couch
"We are course talking about Roger Montgomery up now Rajaa. It did not let us down. We're a little by exhauted. Being in the room is very smart intelligent investor and he is the Warren Buffett of Australia. He's is a value investor and we wanted to talk about what are the principles of value investing that you see in the in the stock market and so we can use those principles to buy into the property market it was it is a fascinating chat enjoyed every minute. Let's cut to that interview now. Orbits tonight we go to a very special to mark L. Two Hundred Fiftieth episode aside we have a Roger Montgomery the chief investment officer and fan of Montgomery Investment Management which is a Sydney by Specialist Boutique Equity Equity Manager that manages one and a half billion on behalf of Providence vistas their advisers and families through a simple common. Tom Tisa philosophy montgomery manages ages several value oriented and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA chilly funds focused on the various aspects of quality to generate superior towards either burdon Tim so we're gonNA unpacked forty Roaches twenty-six background in financial markets includes equity analysis equity and derivative trading and investment banking in two thousand and ten published his first book entitled the Value I have value the best stocks and Bawden for less than they're worth which went onto become a invaluable sits at his three simple steps for value investing and.
"montgomery" Discussed on WWL
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"montgomery" Discussed on Marty and McGee
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