35 Burst results for "Morrow"
"morrow" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"All right, so Zack morrow with boron capital, Zach. Thanks for being here today. We actually tried to do this last week, has some technical issues, but we were able to re attack and we're back here again doing it one more time. So hopefully we'll be good this time. You got some interesting things to talk about in the Marine Corps. You have kind of a unique career, something I don't know if it really heard of before. I don't know anybody that's done that. So take us back tell us what you did in the Marine Corps. Yeah, absolutely. So glad to be here, Joe, and for those who don't know, Joe retired as lieutenant colonel and Marine Corps, I spent 5 years in the Marine Corps. So now I'm sitting here and I'm like, Joe, I think I should be calling you, sir. For the rest of the interview, I want to make sure we're respectful, right? Our customs and courtesies, but so I entered the Marine Corps going in as an O three 11. And so I was going to marine infantry, riflemen, and during boot camp. One day, drill instructor came and grabbed me and was like, recruit morrow, you got to go over here. Report over to this building at this time. And I'm like, what the heck is going on? I mean, yeah, nobody wants to be off on their own singled out during a boot camp. So I don't know what I'm going over there for, but I got a report over this building and walk in and there's a handful of people in there, other recruits and the marine in there starts asking questions, you know? Just some standard generic background questions. You know, who's ever gotten in trouble like this? Raise your hand..
The Relationship Between Democrats and Blacks: Abuse by Neglect
"And I want to talk today about the black vote. That's an interesting article by a guy named darville Moro. I don't know this guy, so the article I saw on newsweek and at the end it says the darvi morrow is the CEO of the SFC B radio network co host of the outlaws radio show. But it's a thoughtful article, and it says that, look, blacks have been beholden to the Democratic Party. Every two years every four years the Democrats show up in our communities, he says they scare us into voting for them and not quoting him. And then after we do disappear and leave our communities in exactly the same condition they found them. So Democrats do this. And we know they do it, but interestingly, he says they're black snow. That they do it. He describes a relationship between the Democrats and the blacks as, quote, abuse by neglect. So they're being abused. They're harvested for their votes. And then they're neglected. And so says mister morrow, there is quote a historic precedent for a realignment. He points to the earlier realignment, blacks used to be, of course, in the 19th century, and early 20th century Republicans, then they began to move over to the Democratic Party really starting, not in the 60s, but with FDR, and then that trend accelerated in the 1960s and certainly for the past half century blacks have been loyal Democrats, Republicans have been lucky to get ten or even ten or 15% of the black vote. But, says morrow, black discontent is now aimed at the left. Black snow, who's been running black communities, not Republicans. So it becomes increasingly abstract and somewhat absurd to conduct this theater in which you invoke the bad Republicans, what bad Republicans, the fact that the bad Republicans who freed the slaves, the bad Republicans who fought against lynching that was being supported by FDR FDR was blocking anti lynching laws. The Republicans who fought against the democratic segregationists who were holding up voting rights legislation. So this is all fiction, but it's a fiction that's been developed in academia, it's promulgated through the media.
CNN Says Inflation Is Good for Average Americans
"Professors, thank you very much for coming on. I appreciate it. Absolutely. Professor, by the way, it was written by a woman named Alison morrow. I looked her background up, and she has a degree in journalism from Columbia. Missouri, Columbia. And the other author at the end of it does have a degree in economic from the London school of economics. Headline, again, why inflation can actually be good for everyday Americans, bad for rich people, professor. I thought inflation was bad for all of us. Larry it is. It's bad for all of us and typically it's hardest on those who are the poorest who don't have the same types of financial instruments and financial markets sophistication that hiring some people have and who's been more of their income on the areas that are just skyrocketing now, such as food and energy and more recently rent. So when I saw this headline, I just Larry, I just shook my
Alec Baldwin Fatally Shoots Woman With Prop Gun on Movie Set
"Alec Baldwin kills a member of his crew with a prop gun. My friend Mark Davis reminds me that a prop gun, that ain't fire in anything. A prop gun is just that. It's a prop. It's a fake gun. It isn't capable of fire in anything. So they're using that term prop gun, probably inaccurately, but then again, all of this thing is weird. Every aspect of this is beyond bizarre. They are so careful on movie sets. There have been fatal accidents. Rural and Vic Morrow was decapitated? Making one of those I think Twilight Zone movies? Was it Brandon Lee Bruce Lee's kid who got killed on a movie set? So they're very, very careful. And yet somehow Alec Baldwin shot and killed the cinematographer on a movie that he was starring in and producing. Now, the investigation, of course, is underway. No charges have been filed, you know, you got to believe it's a horrible accident that will now follow Alec Baldwin for the rest of his life. He has to live with the death of this beautiful young woman who was his sin of photographer. I mean, again, none of this make it any sense. How does the shin of a photographer and his director get shot? And already, the family of Brandon Lee is tweeting out condolences saying no one should ever get killed on a movie set by a gun.
Michele Moro Reviews Marvel's Midnight Suns
"Michelle you our guests. You get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week. Well i think the These away the marvels midnight suns game play. We're talking about well could they. If if that's your choice. I think that's a great one to pick. I personally think that went like that. Looks like my speed of game for sure. And by the way that was a really long Amount of gameplay that they show too. Yeah yeah this week. We had kind of had their exclusive reveal of the of the game play of midnight sons last week. We were talking about the cg announcement trailer of midnight sons. And i got all excited about doing a marvel property and this kind of cool vampiric you know marvel marvel characters but done in this kind of cool. Yeah a different take on the marvel universe well and it's like it's a card game you know so it's gotta be how combat but it's it's like a full on rpg two where you can you know. Every hero in the game has different abilities. And whatever like you can be defensive or protective whatever. And they're going to be lots of costumes and whatever but one of the things they've really honed in on his. You have these little side stories that you can do with like the different avengers like you take a walk with tony stark. In like get to know him better. I just think it's kind of like appreciate the fact that this like. Rpg hard name has like this extra layer of actual like role playing involved. But
Thousands March in Washington, U.S. Cities for Voting Rights
"In Washington marking 58 years since the historic I have a dream speech delivered by the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr the central Focus this year is federal voting rights legislation. Designed to combat election bills in several Republican states. The group also hosting marches and other cities today, including Atlanta, Miami in Houston, the state where Texas governor Greg Abbott will soon sign into long a bill that also blocks election officials from sending random absentee ballot applications that imposes ID requirements and gives more leeway to poll watchers. Fox says Jeff
Japanese PM Suga Says World Should See Safe Olympics Staged
"Japan's prime minister says the world needs to see his country can stage a safe Olympics prime minister Yoshihito Sugata says the Olympics marked a turning point and then after a long tunnel and exit is now in our site Thomas Bach is chair of the international Olympic committee the Olympic Games Tokyo twenty twenty we'll give you amenity faith in the future Tokyo is under a corona virus state of emergency these athletes tray of the experience of perseverance with the people of Japan now the stage is set well the athletes to shine and inspire the world in Tokyo in nineteen seventy four year old for mako Torah Morrow says this is a gloomy unclear Olympics it was forced against the people's will there I think it will be remembered as a gloomy one sugo said the health and safety of the Japanese people and the Olympic gassed from overseas will be protected I'm a Donahue
Wet Notes - 7-18-21
"This is what notes here on scuba shack radio for sunday. July eighteenth two thousand and twenty one first up. Today is an update on the upcoming boston. Sea rovers clinic. Historically the clinic was held in the early part of march just before the start in the northeast dive season. The show actually happened in march. Two thousand twenty just before the country shut down it was probably the last scuba diving show before cove. It wasn't possible to conduct the clinic in march. Two thousand twenty one as we were still at a high point of covy nineteenth spread infections so the decision was made to move the show to the first weekend of october in two thousand twenty one fall in massachusetts. That should be pretty neat. Tickets are on sale now for the boston. Sea rovers to day clinic in danvers massachusetts. Right now the early bird special is still available. You can attend the daytime. Saturday and sunday clinic along with the saturday night. Film festival for seventy five dollars. You can pick and choose your options and that's a pretty good deal. Don't wait check out the boston. See your oversight for all the details and get your tickets now now. Here's something new to help you with your fish identification. It's something called name that fish dot com name. That fish dot com was created by a guy named jake easterling and he is the co founder of a company called scuba. School botox mission is to reduce the cost and time requirements to monitor coral reefs by using artificial intelligence autonomous underwater vehicles and citizen science. I guess and of course this work. Jake developed a database of fish and came up with the idea of taking people's underwater video footage and identifying fish in the video. If you go to the name net fish dot com website you can view short video on what the finished product looks like. Jake also has assured Tutorial on how to make a submission the site says it will accept dot m. p. four emo v dot j. peg in png files. Max file. Size is one hundred megabytes and must be at least seven hundred. Twenty p or higher processing time is one to five days the more fish more processing the rare species. The longer it takes to verify and if your quality isn't that good don't be don't need more time to process. There's a little bit of disconnect on pricing. Jake says into in his short tutorial that you can set any price you think is best but there's also a button that says it costs three ninety nine in any event. Why don't you just go out and take a look at name. That fish dot com. I recently hadn't really interesting email. Come across my desk a few days ago and it was from reef divers. If you're not familiar with reef divers they operate with the clearly came in resorts. Cobol coast on grand came and the little cayman beach resort and the beach resort. They're known for their valet diving. Well reef divers is expanding our operation in the caribbean to turks. Keiko's now they are partnering with east bay resort on south. Keiko's it looks like they plan to be up and running there by late. August east bay resort sits on a mile long beach and boasted. Every room has a beach view. To get south goes she'll need to fly into providence jalis and then you can take either a short air hop over or board the ferry. It's not that long of a ride resort officer an all inclusive option. That seems pretty good reef divers outstanding operator in the caymans so sure that you can look forward to superior valet service from nemo turkson. Keiko's as well so many places to go diving. What it dilemma. Just about every week. Get an update from michael light. Any contains various tips and tricks for better underwater photography plus they also provide some product updates but also in this email is some other interesting information last week. They introduced me to an organization called washed ashore and the articles title said using discarded plastic to save the ocean. Now washed ashore. It is a five. Oh one three or c three nonprofit arts and environmental education organization aimed at bringing to light the world's plastic pollution problem. Well how well washed ashore started by angela ponzi who is a lifelong lover of the ocean and after the death. Her husband from a brain tumor. She turned to the ocean for healing. What she also found was that the ocean needed healing as well so she turned her artistic talents into creating sculptures. That are marine-related using the plastic. That is washed up ashore and they do some spectacular sculptures. I was also amazed by the fact that they have over fourteen thousand volunteers. Working with washed ashore. These are not small sculptures. Either you can check them out at washed ashore and take a look at some of their work. You will be amazed well. I'm sure that we've all heard about the billionaires who are competing to go into space amazing stuff for someone who grew up at the start of the space race in the nineteen sixties. But there's also another race going on and that's the race to build the world's deepest pool at the top of the list. Right now is deep dive. Dubai located in nod al sheba. Which is fifteen minutes from downtown dubai. It's an amazing sixty meters deep. That's one hundred ninety seven feet and contains fourteen million liters of water or three point. Seven million gallons. The pools constant thirty degrees celsius or eighty six degrees fahrenheit. It is team doesn't abandon sunken city. Now that's pretty cool. They have an onsite hyperbaric chamber restaurant gift shop and dive shop. Put this in perspective. The other deep pools around the globe include. Why forty in italy at forty two point one five meters deep spot in poland at forty five point four meters and there's either one coming online or it's online and crom cornwall england. That's called blue vis at fifty meters deep. I wonder if there's some kinda limit on just how deep can build a pool. I'm sure we'll be amazed and finally today. Here's another message in a bottle story. this time. It comes from michigan. It seems that jennifer dour the owner and operator of nautical north family adventures of scuba snorkeling. Glass bottom boat company was cleaning a windows on her glass bottom boat in the cheboygan river when she spotted the bottle inside. The bottle was a message from ninety. Five years ago it read will the person who finds a bottle return his paper to. George morrow cheboygan michigan until where it was found. The message was dated november. Nineteen twenty six. Jennifer posted this on social media and george morrow daughter michelle who's now under seventies reached out michelle indicated that her father was probably eighteen years old when he put the message out. There sounds like the battle didn't travel very far. However now i wonder just. How many messages in bottles are out there. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on
2020 Draft Re-Grade: Western Conference
"All right will. Let's start with the minnesota timberwolves at the number one pick in the draft. They drafted anthony edwards one leandra bomar morrow twenty-three made a trade with the lakers that ultimately landed them jade mcdaniels at twenty eight. I give him a b plus on draft night and primarily digging them because they didn't take the top guy in my board. lamelo ball. Tony what did you think about draft on draft night. And what do you think about it. season later or. I don't remember what grades i gave. I know i gave a nor gave him a high grade For for anthony edwards But i'm going even higher. I'm going to give them in a For the address of our anthony which has been I think he's gonna turn out to be better than we thought. I think these He his rate of improvement over. The season has been Very very very noticeable. I think he's improved The one thing that that i want worried about going into the draft was his ability off the dribble. And i don't think he has any issues off the dribble He's he's a dog. I love how he gets after it. you know but one of the reasons why i wanna give minnesota at a is because of the practice jay mcdaniels You know he's he's exactly what i thought he was. Which is a guy who's losing with ability losing talent I was shocked at how good jay mcdaniels was. Defensively shocked
Looking Back at Rain Man
"Today. We're talking about one thousand nine hundred rainman. Who a correct me. If i'm wrong. Jim this is like the top grossing film of the year and also did quite welford self in oscars nominated for eight one three and it made like a billion times is budget not bad. Not bad Is directed by barry levinson which you might recognize from his work on the natural. Good morning vietnam wag. The dog and sleepers is written by barry morrow and ronald bass. Maybe ronald bass. I didn't look that up. Shoot just realized which we'll talk about. We'll talk a little bit. More about barry morrow when we start talking about the impact of the of the film had on this subject matter Stars of course. Dustin hoffman as raymond ray babbitt and it stars. Tom cruise is his brother. Charlie and also val area go lino. Who i'd only known as the hot funny girl from hotshots and hotshots part do as a remember her from them. She's actually. she's playing italian in this movie. So gotcha and i wondered if like what happened to her because she was in these big movies in the eighties and i looked through her Like imdb and some does just one thing after another match kept trying to work on both sides of the pond and one contract would interfere with another contract and then that would fall through and that was delayed and she liked it. Seemed like ten years relied. Click by and so. It's a shame in a lot of big movies like the. I'm not saying this was a big movie. But she went to rainman right after big top pee wee which you know not the best. But she's in like you said she was in leaving las vegas. She was in escape from la. She was leaving las vegas. Apparently playing someone named terry jesus. We just saw that movie. And i did not. I didn't did not really must've been a minor role
Leave policies have not caught up for women in office
"Are serving as state lawmakers across the country. But in most capitals, family leave policies have not changed. That leaves new moms with few options when having Children. Abigail, since he has more from member station W. K a. R in Lansing. Mallory McMorrow was part of 2018 so called year of the woman. When a record number of women were elected to office, she flipped a Michigan State Senate district in the suburbs of Detroit. Your first interview you're very hungry. Seven weeks ago, she gave birth to her first daughter. No. Uh uh. She's like the size of the microphone. You know, Like many parents, McMorrow is taking time off to be with her newborn. But while state employees get 12 weeks of paid time off, there's no parental leave policy for lawmakers. The answer to their constituents and their pay is written in the state constitution so they can technically take off as much time as they want The catch being they miss votes. I can't vote remotely. I can't proxy vote. I have to physically go toe Lansing. And I have a newborn who naps for 20 minutes and then is up again and ready to eat and be changed. Michigan is one of a handful of legislatures where lawmakers worked full time. Senator Vic Morrow said she spoke up because she could already envision attack outs criticizing her for not being in the capital to vote vote She missed so she could spend time with her baby. Are we comfortable with the idea? That we don't want working moms in the Legislature because that's the message unless we change the system, she says. This is a conversation she's had with many women that women can have it all. Just not all at once on that feels true for her in the Legislature. The
16-year-old boy shot on Chicago's South Side
"Park Over on the Southwest side. 21 Year old Jesus Morrow and 20 Year old Sergio Rodriguez were charged today with first degree murder in the shooting of Julian Castillo. Police said the pair beat up Castillo in an apartment and shot him as he tried to run away. Both are expected in bond court today. Starting today, Chicago Speed cameras around schools and parks will issue tickets to
Should Ekholm Be the Bruins' Top Trade Target This Season?
"I will give you the floor to explain why Mattias ekholm is a great fit. Just thought I agree with you on pretty much most of these points. Yeah. I mean, I think you look at it even obviously the brand see some depth right now because you know, we could be in a situation where when the Bruins resume play on Thursday if Crews Lake is a barrel on healthy, you know, you could be a situation where you're another body away from a guy like, you know, Nick Woolf for Cooper's a cord jacket Sean getting calls up to be pressed juice. Service like this so not ideal from the government's perspective. But even if this whole left side was completely healthy when you had loads on Grizzly kinds of oral. I still think the proactive move for this team is to still acquire a proven top floor guy just to shore up that defense just turned it as overall security like one. There's the health risk, which you know, we remember what it was a few years ago in the Bruins played the song is in the playoffs and it was you know, Tommy Crofts and Joe Morrow and those guys like that was that was you know, garlic McEvoy. Yeah. We're trying to give it was, you know, averaging 23 minutes of ice-time mean that's the worst case scenario in terms of injuries. But also you just run the risk of you know, going into the playoffs and it's you know solid as low as on as looked, you know as promising as a moral has been you still running a whole bunch of risk, if you roll those guys out expecting them to kind of, you know, not deal with the bumps along the road with that comes with playing heavy minutes and a playoff setting against tough teams like the capitals or off. No Penguins Flyers. If you get past that, you know, the the lightning, you know, all these teams that are going to you know, bring it to you. So I think would you rather keep this defense which has been great like you can I think you can you can admit that. It's defense has exceeded expectations and they've been very good. We'll also acknowledging and being cognizant of the fact that if you want to go all in this year, you need more stability back there. So I think a guy like at home makes perfect sense of your the Bruins. I mean, he's thirty years old big body which looks like a lot of Bruins fans, right? Just thought you know, he's six four. Yeah 6 for 2:15, but he's not just also like a I wrote that he's not like a guy like maybe Brenden Dillon who the the capitals acquired last year whose, you know, six four big guy, but he's kind of a stay-at-home option. I mean not Combs a skilled defenseman back there. He's one of the best over the last couple of years at generating 5 and 5 offense, which you need like you suck. Which I didn't it's funny. I was reading your column. I didn't realize he was that high up with 515 offense until I read that that
Campaign To Recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom Hits 1.5 Million Signatures
"Collected the necessary number of signatures to get on the ballot. Organizer's of the recall petition say they've now collected a 1.5 million signatures reaching the minimum needed to trigger a special election. But Those signatures still need to be verified. The latest update from California Secretary of State's office shows 410,000 valid signatures so far in about 75,000 invalid signatures so petition organizers are still trying to collect as many signatures as they can before the march 17th a deadline. Fox is Christina Coleman, organizer's say Rising homelessness, crime rates and affordable housing and covert restrictions are fueling their campaign. The Daytona 500 is too Morrow. But only 30,000
Wintry weather in the forecast Wednesday for Washington DC area
"Will be dry tonight and for the majority of the day tomorrow. Morrow with lows tonight in the mid twenties. Still, authorities highs tomorrow in the mid thirties, too low forties and then between four and nine PM tomorrow, Snow will move into the region with the wintry mix in spots Wednesday night through Thursday morning, mainly around Washington and areas South and East. This first round of wintry weather looks to be over by the mid day hours on Thursday, and then a second round mainly of all snow moves in Thursday night through Friday morning. Both rounds look to bring about 1 to 3 inches of snow to the regions of another long duration of them like we saw about a week ago, but manageable to get out and about at times, well, they're also being some slick spots at times as well. Another storm system looks to impact the region over the
Biden's pledge to suspend deportations may be behind migrant caravan
"Says the clock ticks down to two Morrow, A caravan of immigrants from Guatemala continues its march towards the U. S. A caravan traveling towards the United States. Almost a year after then candidate Joe Biden promise to 100 Day moratorium on deportations. One Honduran migrant traveling with the caravan sites, the president elect pledge as the reason why he's heading to the U. S. You're going to help all the rust he given us 100 days. Get to the U. S. So we could get a better life. Acting Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli, blaming the looming surge at the border on the incoming administration scaling back President Trump's immigration policy
Banner Health says Arizona is seeing a rise in kids being hospitalized with COVID-19
"Health Hospitals are seeing hundreds of kids with the coroner virus this month. They're projecting, though, have nearly 400 from about 80 and October sort of reflects. What's happening in the community banner helps, Dr David Morrow, Masato says, just says our covert 19 number statewide are rising. So is the number of kids hospitalized and he says, although kids are not as susceptible to severe illness as adults. Some are still getting very sick. We're seeing Children and into the hospital with critical illness and in the intensive care unit with life threatening disease
"morrow" Discussed on Pantheon
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"morrow" Discussed on Pantheon
"From the giving me too. So ma'am in. Fact i gotta i gotta clean good. Let me just keep them off. Oh man so doing. I'm doing all right. I checked out a couple of podcasts. On on so i was happy to see elton eleven. Mendoza line both been our winson. Alison mentos i was just. I was in hysterics. I always want a whole podcast series on them. Because i think through story is just so insane. I you know you know. They're one of those bands that back when they were active. I knew of them. But i didn't get into them. I didn't. I didn't know i didn't know about them. And now going back and listening to the music is awesome. But this like you said the story is just just just seem to sabotage themselves at every chance possible also at the same time the route so my favorite people you know work with human level still friends with all of that men Aliments good don't you. I mean not like manage with other answer. You work with the band. And then you know your time ends and go off and live your lives. But on stated touch with with. Tim and anna recently got reconnected with peed. As we'll see where we did a couple records with shannon and broke up two so okay so so. Thank you so much for coming on me. I appreciate. I've been listening to the new album and Really enjoying it fantastic. Thanks we worked on a really long time. It was very you know. Spend a lot of time getting the songs this right and then it was pretty much done right as the pandemic kicked in how cheese. And i actually. You haven't heard that we're we've just added to the record will make sure you get it at home that i thought high gotta have something new on there and well christine mmi remixed. Lind song had sort of made one song kind of new cozied switched it up a lot and then i just recorded another just with guitar player and socially in fact the same studio but doing everybody in a little room by themselves isolated The cool thing was we did it from the whole thing like three and a half hours. Non taught them this song and we came up with an arrangement. That's totally shifted. From what i thought it was going to be to what it ended up being. It was kind of cool. That's that's real vulgar way forward. In a way you know. Felt like i've been would shedding. This is what i learned this. Is you know serve. I'll that's awesome now too deep into. I want to know a little bit more about how you got to where you are. So what got you into music in the first place. Was there a lot of music playing in the household. When you're growing up there wasn't dadan been big into music. But i think he had like all these seventy eight's like jammed up in the top of the closet that we like the records like everybody had a parent who had parents my edge which was like her balbir whipped cream and other delights. Yes and maybe some frank sinatra and actually. There was a radio station w. wnw fm am in new york that he used to listen to the new supply. This louis the cab driver had this record find on to louis. The cabdriver and the song was called. I got a rose between my toes for walking from barefoot through the hothouse to you. Pretty baby allow quite a number. I have to see if i can work that into this. Show somehow got rose between my toes from walking barefoot through the house to you pretty baby. I got a torn right near my corn from walking barefoot trudeau hot homes to and when i fell into tomatoes seen her heart abi. I knew that low was born win. Cheapo torn of flour route of my feet from field kind of discovered. Am radio and around the time of like ruby. Tuesday snoopy and the red baron and stuff like that was probably like sixty five babies I i actually kinda missed the beetle. Like the way. Everybody was into the beatles like i was kind of suspicious of them until about yellow submarine and magical mystery tour. That's because i didn't. I was like the oldest kid and my father was until okay. Well that that's actually really start to like the beatles myself those albums early stuff. i mean. it's it's good. But it's not the stuff that i go to and listen to slow i i've gone back now. I love. I love it all and you can revisit it. All and in some ways earlier songs just as constructions are better you know not production in production got bored if the ball just solid. Kind of pop songwriting. Yeah i mean. I think revolvers probably my favorite people. That's amazing album. The english version with the with the exit. And now they've really really stowe's recently rematch. It's all pretty much the same now. It's all the extra stuff on there at this point. Didn't i know abbey road of over five versions of yet. Majesty i just. I don't know alley times. I would listen to that so you start off by playing guitar. Or how did you get into actually playing instruments. I think when i was a kid my sister was a really good. Santa.
"morrow" Discussed on Pantheon
"Performance anxiety on the pantheon. Podcast network. I'm your host mark and today we're joined by the head honcho at bar. None records and founder of glen. Laurels cry for help. Glenn morrow we talk about his career music as a musician as well as head of a record label..
OKC burns the Nets behind Gilgeous-Alexander, five others.
"J. go just Alexander poured in thirty one points in the funder dominated the second half of the one twenty nine one sixteen downing of the nets Brooklyn put up forty one points in the first quarter and led by six at intermission before Oklahoma City outscored the nets thirty seven eighteen in the third the rally allowed the thunder to finish form one on their road trip something the please forward Isaiah Roby Lasky Morrow stressed we want to finish strong enough coaching the coach kind of got into a half time just kind of lit a fire in the fire under us stuff to get us going how much do Diallo had twenty five points and al Horford added twenty two for OKC Kevin Durant had thirty six points for the nets who again were without Kyra Irving due to personal reasons I'm the ferry
Second stimulus check: Will you get $2,000, $600 or nothing?
"Is scrambling to send out one time stimulus payments who millions of Americans starting as soon as this week. Treasury secretary. Steve Manoogian. Promise to dispatch stimulus checks to families this week of plan thrown into turmoil, of course after President Trump refused to sign the stimulus package. So now how soon do we get it? Well, they say the electronic deposits could go out. Tomorrow to Morrow will get paid to Morrow directive posits on its way and I should have been a Broadway star. Say Wednesday and Thursday. Large tranches could go out, according to senior official of the I. R. S who spoke on condition of anonymity, describing the early plans. What else happens Well, we did have you know Holiday week? So who's Who's gonna work on Friday, right? You have the delay last week, So could they even get things ready? President didn't sign anything, and you have the holiday. You've got banks that are not gonna be open because of New Year's Eve. New Year's this sort of thing, so they're few other things throwing wrenches in this Are we going to get paid tomorrow? Don't be surprised if it's not there. What It could be that sometime tomorrow, you check your account, or you got a text message that says, ah, Large deposit has been made in your account. Which will be good. You'll be excited to see that money. And I've said this before, even if you oppose it.
"morrow" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"That I stopped because I just have to look fact sometimes even. because. I know spelled the word wrong after stop to correct the spelling these are terrible habits. And if any embryonic late writers listening try to try to never acquire bad habits, James Morrow has. I'm slow methodical it seems to take forever in theory every novel I right should should be a year A remark that Stephen King makes in his quiz I auto biography his book called Dos macab, any writer captured who said novel Years Merely kicking off and I agree, with Stephen King, but somehow, it always takes two three four years. It's been a lot of time on rewriting. Work shopping showing to friends and colleagues. And I also have to say because. I. Love the medium so much and Regarded as such a privilege to work within the medium of the novel I don't WanNa I. DON'T WANNA surrender given book I'm GonNa live in it. And perhaps because my. My premises are so. Often ridiculous preposterously towing Jehovah. Schlepping the corpse of God to its final resting place in the Arctic. Commission from an angel. Oh come on. That's all and bold and absurd I didn't believe it. I find living inside and retrofitting a whole lot of facts about life aboard a super tanker onto the story. And? You talk talk talking to people who'd actually. Lived on supertankers. And then. Visiting. Visiting a lot of death of God the. Month in month out I started to believe the I started to believe that towing Jehovah could be the case, but it took awhile. With your pros is very rich. You know especially in the last witchfinder, you're going forbid of that too. Archaic. Diction I guess. Is that. What is your revision process look like? The does that kind of language flow out of you naturally or do you go back and? Tweak it a lot to get to that level of Of. Edition. I. which finder was it I difficult? Rug Alling particular because I was trying to. Try To. Hit. The archaic qualities that we encounter in. Restoration drama, and I read a lot of restoration place to try to get that voice right and I read contemporaneous documents. And I have to say. It's the aspect of of bless which under that I'm least satisfied with I'm not sure I got it right but I was determined to to to not settle. For. English that where it becomes arrears job to imagine they're speaking in of idioms. Of of the day, I was very influenced by John Barth Barth the sot read factor, which is said exactly the same time zone as the last witch finder..
"morrow" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"After Jess Station of fifteen years ahead of breakthrough and. I said you know a a character, this case I. Intuitively knew she must be a woman. A woman born in. Born about sixteen, Seventy eight. Would've lived through this amazing transition. This. Rotation from the which universe to what we call. Retrospectively, age of reason, or or the enlightenment. And So the last witchfinder was born and became. The story of Jennifer Stern who makes it her? Her lifetime mission to try to bring down the parliamentary witchcraft statute of sixty four. she has many adventures in the course of trying to fulfill this mission. It's really it's both a mission in a in a a pledge to her. To her aunt Isabella kind of deathbed promise. Isabel. Is Herself. Mistaken for a witch and and executed by the powers that be in. In in the England of of of early modern Europe. And Eventually eventually Janet. engages in a very creative act she she masquerades as a witch. In a sense then put yourself on trial. For consorting with demons and because she's become good friends with with the Benjamin Franklin Jackson. Becomes Lover Benjamin Franklin. This is circa. Seventeen thirty, one she knows she will get. Publicity in. Franklins. Franklins periodicals, Pennsylvania Gazette. So this sort of media circus trial occurs in in Philadelphia and and. Karna takes note of it in England and so this is this is the kind of science fiction I. Guess that would be called secret history or hidden history. This is the the real story that no not known until now, why of why that statute was was finally taken off the books. So when she had this idea. A what did your planning process and and research process? Because clearly you've put a lot of research into this I noticed in your forward. talking about a great deal of this is reality and Tweaks of of what we well, what we think is the real history. Here there to tell the story. So what did you research planning process look like and is this typical of your work? I I always do a lot of research and it's it's mysterious to me I. I don't want to become conscious about self conscious about how does one know when to stop the research and write the day I'm not I mean, my facetious answered your crush would be. I I, I write the novel. Then I do the research. You know said retrofitting, but it's it's. it's more of a dance. It's very complicated A. As as I did the research a lot of actual history kind of. Doubt played into my hand I felt. Very fortunate. That For example. When When Janet Is abducted by Indians around, sixteen ninety five. Now living in, she starts out in living in England and her she goes to the colonies because that's where her family has moved. Up in Massachusetts turns out that in fact, he rural Massachusetts. was. Attacked by by the ABACHI in sixteen. Ninety five. Big. Breakthrough for me. Was I always knew that I wanted to use..
"morrow" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Frequently Certainly having Joseph. and His. His sensibility was a big influence on me. He was very self effacing. say that you catch twenty two as far as he's concerned, it's it's unbelievable success was kind of a fluke that every every year many worthy novels. Come out and disappear and DIA. A dog's death. Now that said so and So. It was. It was just. Catch Twenty twos as you might imagine a touchstone for for me, James, Morrow the the salaries. That said the other creative writing classes I had. Were happening at a time. This is. Circa nineteen. Sixty eight, sixty, nine. Before was thought that you could teach the crafting of toes fictions. And so the Only thing that went on in these classrooms was. Workshop. Reacting to each other Spanish groups as opposed to you know sort of I wouldn't call. Formulas, but the the sort of. Incredibly a good advice you get would get from let's say John Gardner in his book. called on writing fictions I recall is the title And you know..
"morrow" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Epic why a fantasy as I said it was originally published as flames of Yana by publisher that is now sadly, no longer with us. So. It set in a world in which there are three groups of people who were kind of separated by their gods. After a battle of the Gods there are people who live in cities. There are free folk kind of Gypsies who can move about, and then there are the night dwellers who were altered to become almost feline who only come out at night. The night dwellers kill the day dwellers wherever they find them they city-dwellers hide behind walls and the free folk have access to offense of dismissal force called a blue fire. Dwellers could also use it in a different way and the story is what happens when? Someone gets hold of Blue Fire and wants to take over. And all of these groups and young people from each of these groups have to work together and overcome their differences in order to save the kingdom from destruction. So that's a blue fire by EC Blake. It also comes out from shadow pop press. Shadow pop press, DOT COM or anywhere you buy books and it's it will be out in print at a later date. sci-fi the time to do that. So. Those are my three projects. But that's enough of me. Let's get onto this episode's guest just before I start that just reminder that the world shapers podcast is part of the Scotsman podcast network. All right, and this episode's guest is James Morrow. In nineteen forty, seven james moral has been writing fiction ever since as a seven year old living in the Philadelphia suburbs he dictated the story of the duck family to his mother who dutifully typed it up and bound the pages with yard. Upon reaching adulthood gem channeled his storytelling urge toward the production of speculative literature. The majority of his eleven novels are written in satiric theological mode including the critically acclaimed God had trilogy. He has won the world fantasy were twice for only begotten daughter and telling Jehovah the Nebula. Award. Twice for his story, the deluge and the Nevada city of truth in the Theodore. Sturgeon Memorial award once for the Novello shambling towards hero Shema. In recent years, he's produced historical fiction informed by a fantastic a sensibility including the last witchfinder about the birth of the enlightenment which will be talking about specifically on the podcast Galapagos regained about the coming of the evolutionary worldview and his novel in progress says, Sardonically re, imagines the three, hundred, twenty, five, AD, Council of Zia as what does. The French translation of the. Of His Darwin Extravaganza recently received the Gras greeted imaginaire is most recent work to see print is the purloined republic, one of the three novellas that constitute and the last trump. Shout sound. So gem welcome to the.
"morrow" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Another. Episode of the World Shapers podcast right talk to other science fiction and fantasy authors about their creative process. My name is Edward Willett and I also author of science fiction and fantasy. I have three projects of my own. I want to mention before we get into the meat of this episode, which is an interview with the Great James. Morrow first is the anthology that came out at a book on September twenty second and will be out in print in mid-november. This shapers of worlds and it features some of the authors who were guests during the first year of the world shapers podcast. I kick started this earlier in the air and I'm very, very happy with the way the anthology came came out We have new fiction from Sean Maguire Tanya huff David Weber L. modest at junior DJ Butler. Christopher Rocky Oh John C right shelby DNA and me and we have reprints from John Skulls e David. Brancheau Haldeman Judah Issur. Native onto Lee doctor Charles e Gannon Gareth. L Powell Derek Kukushkin skin in Thuraya. Dire. So we're talking about world fantasy award winners and you award winners and Pretty Science Fiction Award winners and Award Wenders and Pretty Much every major award in the science fiction fantasy field is represented by a winner or nominee among those those great authors So please check that out it's published by shadow pop press and you can order the e book directly or the print book. Directly from shadow pop press, which is shadow pop press. Dot Com. You will also be able to buy it anywhere that fine books are sold. The book as I said is available. Now everywhere, print will be coming out in mid November and if you're bookstore does it bring it in you should ask them to do so inter library to. to other projects, I WANNA mention of my own I, am currently into the third book could just came out of my series world-shapers from Da Books might mean publisher New York. This one is called the moonlight world. The world shapers takes place in his vast of shaped world's shapers of the world's live in those worlds rather like authors like the authors I interviewed on this podcast living in the world's they create if any of us would actually want to do that. The first book mass a World Shaper introduced my character Shana keys he's shaper she has the ability collier, the mysterious carly sir. Thanks together the knowledge of the shaping of other worlds and save them from the depredations of the adversary who takes Shawna's world away from her in the first book and wants to destroy this old apprehensive worlds and ige rare the mysterious woman at the center of the Labyrinth through put all these shapers into these worlds who come from our role originally to begin with book to Master of the world's takes place in Jules Verne Universe So there are Submarines Weird. Flying Machines and super weapons and all that kind of great Jules Verne stuff and then book three which just came out the moonlit world is. As I keep saying I kept calling it in my head wearables and in peasants by because it is world of werewolves and Vampires and peasants and Shawna and Carl must navigate it and find the shapers and gather knowledge of this world. So they can move on and take that to a greater and they have to do that without being either. Or disembowelled or turned into a creature of the night or all three so. That's so the moon that world and it's available now in trade paperback and e Book. and. The third project I wanted to mention I..
"morrow" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"Hey, this is brock and trying not to ramble on too much but before we get into this week's episode. With Bethany Seymour. Oh, I just wanted to point out that we recorded this on May the twelfth. About two weeks before George Floyd was murdered. And so obviously we don't get into his death and and the past two weeks. With the protests and demonstrations, but even without having that as a backdrop at the time. I think this is still very good conversation I think Bethany is a fantastic author and I. Hope you'll support. A song below water. And just going beyond that I hope you've support. Other black authors black creators. I've had the chance to. Just be an all of so many of The guests that I've had on getting to listen to them. And I'm personally trying to extend that beyond us as podcast and and listen and learn and really do the work. And so enough for me. Let's get to Bethany and hear about her book. And thank you for downloading and listening. This is what book cooked you? I'm shelley. And thanks for listening. This is episode on eighty three. I'm having have Bethany. C Morrow on. Whose debut I A. Son Blow water. Is Out now from Tortilla. And in this conversation we get into a lot of. The inspiration behind this book and what went into it? and. Being a writer, and and thing I got out of talking with Bethany is is the difference between.
"morrow" Discussed on WJR 760
"Morrow if you're holding please continue to hold I I respectful of all your time is when you get a few more things in here before we jump to your phone calls we were talking about opening up America and that includes your schools for which a doctor Fauci who's been very prominent on the task force with doctor Burks and also president trump and vice president pence is saying that you'll be home schooling your children calms the fall you have to open up the schools there Mr president hello how that works as far as who has the power but the schools need to be to be opened up as well and what about colleges they're talking about not even opening up colleges comes the fall you're paying thirty forty fifty sixty thousand dollars for college you you think you're gonna be kids in front of a computer screen you think they gonna learn the same way that they want to absorb it the same way we'll talk more about that a little later but first let's hear from doctor Fauci Robert number one the idea of having treatments available or that scene to facilitate the reentry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far as I mentioned the drug that is shown some degree of of efficacy was modest and was in hospitalized patients not yet or maybe ever to be used either as prophylaxis or treatment so if the issue is that the young individuals to be going back to school would like to have some comfort in that there's a treatment probably the thing that would be closest to utilization then would likely be passive transfer of convalescent serum and considering that this is not a dangerous to young people what are we supposed to do about the common cold what are we supposed to do about chicken pox and other other school age diseases that you get your member one kid your class get the chicken pox everybody would have it it's just one of these things this is what happens and by the way you build up a tolerance for these things I hate to say that I have something in common with rand Paul not been a fan of I don't hate the man but just not a fan of his style but he called out Dr Fauci on his comments are Robert please click number three people make wrong predictions and really made history as we look back will be of wrong information after wrong prediction for wrong predictions starting was Ferguson in England so I think we ought to have a little bit of humility and and our believes that we know what's best for the economy and as much as I respect you Dr Balaji I don't think Julian hall I don't think you're the one person I guess to make a decision we can listen to your advice but there are people on the other side saying there's not going to be a surgeon and we can safely over the economy to factional to bear this out he kids out of school for a year what's gonna happen is important for these kids you don't have a parent is able to teach them at home we're not going to learn for a full year and I think we ought to look at the Swedish model we are looking at in our kids going back to school is a huge mistake if we don't have the schools in the fall well said I agree with the the rand Paul on that one think about losing a whole year of school everybody not just like one kid who got left back will they'll leave kids back anymore else he'll get sued but when I was in school they used to hold kids back everybody everybody missing a school year everybody being one year behind in learning what would be the long term ramifications of that and idle society for a whole year your phone calls coming up eight five five four hundred savage my name is Lou pate you are listening to V. wanted only.
"morrow" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Morrow if you're holding please continue to hold I I respectful of all your time is when you get a few more things in here before we jump to your phone calls we were talking about opening up America and that includes your schools for which a doctor Fauci who's been very prominent on the task force with doctor Burks and also president trump and vice president pence is saying that you'll be home schooling your children calms the fall you have to open up the schools there Mr president hello how that works as far as who has the power but the schools need to be it to be opened up as well and what about colleges they're talking about not even opening up colleges comes the fall you're paying thirty forty fifty sixty thousand dollars for college you you think you're gonna be kids in front of a computer screen you think they gonna learn the same way that they want to absorb it the same way we'll talk more about that a little later but first let's hear from doctor Fauci Robert click number one the idea of having treatments available over that scene to facilitate the reentry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far as I mentioned the drug that is shown some degree of of efficacy was modest and was in hospitalized patients not yet or maybe ever to be used either as prophylaxis for treatment so if the issue is that the young individuals to be going back to school would like to have some comfort in that there's a treatment probably the thing that would be closest to utilization then would likely be passive transfer of convalescent serum and considering that this is not a dangerous to young people what are we supposed to do about the common cold what are we supposed to do about chicken pox and other other school age diseases that you get your member one kid your class get the chicken pox everybody would have it it's just one of these things this is what happens and by the way you build up a tolerance for these things I hate to say that I have something in common with rand Paul not been a fan of I don't hate the man but is not a fan of his style but he called out Dr Fauci on his comments are Robert please click number three people make wrong predictions and really history as we look back will be of wrong information after wrong prediction for all production starting was first in England so I think we ought to have a little bit of humility and in our believes that we know what's best for the economy and as much as I respect you Dr Balaji I don't think you're the end hall I don't think you're the one person I guess to make a decision we can listen to your advice but there are people on the other side of saying there's not going to be a surgeon we can safely over the economy and factual should bear this out we keep kids out of school for a year what's going to happen is the poor inclusions you don't have a parent is able to teach them at home we're not going to learn for a full year and I think we ought to look at the Swedish model we are looking at in our kids going back to school is a huge mistake if we don't know the schools in the fall well said I agree with the the rand Paul on that one think about losing a whole year of school everybody not just like one kid who got left back will they'll leave kids back anymore else he'll get sued but when I was in school they used to hold kids back everybody everybody missing a school year everybody being one year behind in learning what would be the long term ramifications of that an idol society for a whole year your phone calls coming up eight five five four hundred savage my name is Lou pate you are listening to V. one and only savage.
"morrow" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The financial advisors on Margaret Morrow certified financial planner also joining me in our office in San Diego is certified financial planner force via the coast of the show also on the line in his office in mission valley is bill Exeter CEO of Exeter ten thirty one exchange services force before winter break we're chatting a little belt but we think the stock market for first kind of go in the right direction it's all good signals Freddie's market would really really good across the board things are starting to look pretty darn good and maybe you could share with us and force a little bit your take on how real estate market is gonna be affected and where the crystal ball is looking for all of us yeah this week I've done quite a few webinars just getting updates from the various companies we work with that many of our investors are in this particularly with a multi family apartments I've also jumped on some other calls where they're trying to create some statistics from the national multifamily housing council so jump into that but going into this I agree I think the main concern that everybody had was you know April first right so who is going to be paying their rent and who is not going to be paying their rent in most states and the federal government through the cares act implemented a no eviction directive that runs a hundred twenty days and you hope that helps the people that absolutely needed and you hope it's certainly not abused I know when I go into these numbers Obree you know again there's gonna be some properties that did worse you know when it whenever you take a basket of of properties in end units and create some steps of that and there's gonna be some that do a lot better it just depends on the demographics of the renters so again at the national multifamily housing council they found that eighty four percent of the apartment households made a full or partial payment by April twelfth in this is again on eleven and a half million units of professionally managed apartments across the country and that's up substantially from about a week ago when they ran the previous step so I think part of the delays was that you know the fifth fell on on a Sunday many units are probably still sorting out how to pay their rent electronically or maybe they mail them and they were just showing up a little bit late so again though the concern is what's going to happen in may unemployment obviously is still increasing and and there's been some delays with getting the assistance to the right places so our hope obviously is that you know residents of all these apartments begin receiving their direct payments and assistance obviously so they can be helped and and pay the rent and obviously that's also good for the landlords say again April Obree found that eighty four percent made the payments and when you compare April twenty twenty with April twenty nineteen ninety percent so not a big decrease but clearly you're seeing some changes there and I jumped on several other calls I agree and and this isn't gonna be surprise a surprised to our listeners you know it earlier I said summer going to be higher summer going to be lower it's all about the tenant demographic if you have an apartment complex that's next to a bunch of fortune five hundred companies where all the employees may be working from home remotely they're still getting a paycheck clearly occupancy is going to be higher their rent on time rent paid on time is going to be higher versus maybe another property Obree located in an area where people haven't been able to work from home and if anything they lost their jobs right I think I eat in a Las Vegas could be an example for that and every property in Las Vegas is certainly unique but there's a lot of unemployment you're probably gonna see lower rent collections in in areas like that so again and I hope those numbers paint a little bit of color and I was looking at some other numbers from CB Richard Ellis Obree on on the multi family and they felt that multi families actually gonna continue decreasing a little bit up until the car up third quarter and they'll be a recovery in the fourth quarter whatever that means so so I'm actually curious to see bill whose kind of in the middle of this and gets an insider's view perspective on this as to you know what's going on you know with with qualified intermediary and are you still seeing ten thirty one exchanges being transacted but we are you know it's interesting to our March numbers were actually fifteen percent over February which were kind of surprised that we expected to see you know kind of an immediate slow down and we didn't see that and there April numbers we kind of expected a much greater drop off and so far it's probably down about thirty five percent or so but not what we expected so that's a great sign that people are still getting deal done still out there doing things hi point is kind of tapered off as well so that's an indication the next month or two months is probably gonna slow down a little bit more than that as well and and then I agree with the with the comment you guys made I think it's going to come back relatively quickly there's a lot of people out there who want to do things the challenge with the ten thirty one exchange of course is that you have deadlines to worry about and in a ten thirty one exchange and you're selling property and you're doing the exchange for the for the taxes then as part of that process your forty five calendar days to identify what you're going to buy what we're going through what we're going to today with the code that crisis you know were under lockdown people or are sheltering at home how do you locate the replacement property when you're you're unable to really go out there and kick the tires so to speak and and so that's the challenge and it's the middle the closing process has taken more time just because all the escrow and title folks and lenders are probably operating from home as well so that's always a challenge so do we get extensions that's always the question we start asking we need extensions to help the investors get through this process and it's different this time around so historically it's a natural disaster fire flood hurricane tornado what have you the then the president declared a disaster area for a natural disaster it usually geographic specific and it usually date specific and in in that case then come out and say okay we're going to declare disaster we issued guidance and you now have an extension of one hundred and twenty days and that did not happen this time around so we we need to address you know what we get today and that's really the issue involved there to be Irish did he shoot him the guy ability to take a little break right now we're going to take a break and come back and we need to go to a news break right now and come back and bill you can continue the conversation and also bill is going to be a speaker at a weapon are we're gonna be having on April the twenty ninth of may the second will give you more details on that you quite frankly heard somebody advertisement today about the upcoming webinars go take a break and come back and and.
"morrow" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Travel from right now to Morrow this was going on in my backyard for us all of us have the same we want to keep our kids safe this is talk radio sixteen W. C. B. M. all right six CBS welcome back W. C. V. M. listeners and investors Tim herb with RBC wealth management here locally in the greater Baltimore metropolitan area again phone lines are open here this Sunday March twenty second I'm in studio and one hopefully providing insightful a show for you all try to compile a lot of information to press the other some extra music there thanks for the bomb to address the concerns for some of you all for many of you all that may be home and wondering again about the impact of the covert nineteen otherwise known as the corona virus and phone lines for ten with the phone line for ten ninety two sixty six eighty if you want to call the show again for one zero nine two two six six eight zero let's go out to Lee in two thousand we I know you've been patiently holding on there I appreciate that he said to kind of get to my opening comments here on the program but welcome to the weekly wealth reportedly all right thank you yeah I'm a former employee and I have money all my money in the three S. please see you find and I'm wondering is it too late this year some are I went to like the G. find I don't believe it's too late to shift that you have to probably contact your yeah obviously that's a plan that's proprietary to your workplace to the government the first savings plan the T. S. B. Lee so you probably would have to contact your local HR director there you know internally at your company and I tried to determine you know what what moves you can make what what allocation changes you can make I don't have that honor again the question is I can not influence and this is a buying opportunity as well going to go down a lot more listen here here's the thing I mean for many people I'd love to hear from people I don't know I can't speak for you Lee or anybody else I love here for people who say Hey Tim I timed it perfectly I got out of the market a month ago I knew this was about to to go down so we went to cash or we went to fifty percent of our portfolio is cash we lighten up our equity exposure I don't know too many people that have done that because this thing happened so quickly so swiftly we would have some circuit breakers I hit off as a result of the pressure the selling pressure in the market which is called some holes throughout the last few weeks Lee but one thing is if this is something I think is very interesting I think very few times in in our our country's history R. yet alone in in certain generations are there opportunities to invest right and I have heard from some very well known are you know individual investors who have who have track records that are outstanding and you know I heard you know somebody speak last week talking about and identifying some opportunities and trends in the market and he had said that in the last and his forty plus year career you know there have been opportunities to invest in in the market when we've had these lows set in and this is probably the fifth time only in his lifetime you know one forty plus years.
"morrow" Discussed on KGO 810
"My that would be the case for the Morrow made what I could do it one day the my profession right I think sometimes more time you don't you get less that that's absolutely true absolutely true they always have you want something done give it to a busy person you know I mean because they get things done that their life is about getting things done but they're a lot of companies on board with this yeah hi Anna this is clearly a of a trend particularly in these workplaces that are cutting edge you know glassdoor Kronos song kick these are all companies that are and firms that are on board with this all interesting I didn't realize was that widespread but I think that Robert brings up a great point and that is it in the face of a deadline you do get more things done so maybe when they gave that Friday off for all those employees in Japan and in in Microsoft maybe they because they knew that they were going to be at work on Friday they had to you know they had that deadline facing this they had to get more stuff done on it makes sense to me that you were you most of these jobs most of our jobs have some kind of goals or expectations that have to be mad and those goals and expectations still need to be met regardless of the you know time off you sort of a sign yourself exactly and Mike my question at Netflix and may not be the case for every employee at Netflix but when you do go on vacation do you have to take work with you now all right right there is that mean that our girls my girlfriend doesn't put worked on were in Africa in in Tanzania there is no normal kind of internet you get a satellite internet it's so remote and she was on that thing at every night and every morning I'm she because she's just one of those people who's just so focused work work work while and and it was really hard because of course Hey the internet is interrupted constantly because it's a satellite internet and be it's not as fast as you're used to it being a like let's say at a at a nice hotel anyway or even if you would like a Starbucks or whatever yeah so I think you make a good point people who are going to want to work are gonna be working regardless yeah but this is a real it's an innovative approach to the workplace you fail to mention that when you were in Africa you are constantly tweeting news stories that is true and I have that problem also your order a holic I only had thirty emails that trip from mark yeah yeah but you don't respond to any of them works what is your I give I give you good stories and it always fall I read all of them I don't believe that why are you yelling well I got some I got a tweet from someone setting over keeps telling you to stop yelling why are you still yelling Albert is not telling me that why are you yelling that's me telling me I can play a lot of the times as I want you yeah that's just back stories that was a call awhile back you for your sarcastically raising your voice and it's my favorite drop that we play why are you yelling click so I love it what did you forget my email address when you are in Africa all right I don't include you in this because Albert is the fresh faced young producer of the show you I dump all the stuff on after we decided what we're going to be doing so in that in that spirit of Willie Nelson of maybe saying goodbye to weed next on KGO Thompson show on KGO eight ten.
"morrow" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"To morrow to morrow giving away seven or two of are fancy peasley gantries to morrow so gotta do you gotta be creative any other different sponsors i mean people are already being really creative it's it's impressive i got a package of daddy sodas from somebody which i'm pretty sure is illegal but hey whatever it takes whatever whatever it takes anyway whatever it takes to have a great college wrath for you guys to most here by the way it's july let's do it with mike renner from bff well we've got the perfect guest this week end next two week as we were gonna do another two parter and that's what you do when you get an absolute stud which is what we have today in mike renner from pro football focus doesn't unbelievable job and i could've sworn mike it acts she'd come on the show before but that tells you how much i know a mike is the head of the draft analysis for bff in fact he's the league draft analyst for pro football focus mike thanks so much for coming on the college draft really appreciate it happier has happened to be on thanks man yes so let's let's just start mike as i always do with a new gas 'cause i think it's important just kinda you're background in how you got to be where you are now worth bff it say kind of a weird story a lotta guys at pf have interesting stories about how they got there but i was and the county tony major back at us list cash when i was graduating college back in two thousand twelve and i knew my senior year that i did not want to do accounting i really hated accounting by the end of it a at notre dame anes i i also a doing you know stats work on the side for stats professor they're doing an independent research project about a football and i always love football growing up obviously is a packers i grew up in milwaukee ski with dave packer shareholder had packers season ticket holder and so i always loved the game ends i saw i was on pro football focus one time one the website one time and saw their hiring analysts all the positions said now it's like how am i give that a shot it's better than you know can't be bad call they could say is no and it can't be worse than accounting anes i did that there's like a two month long kind of interview process where it wasn't really even interview process just how accurate leak and you collect data answer do you know how to work with data ends by the end of it apparently alice accurate enough and knew knew enough about it so they hired me part time that first season then i'll fulltime the next season from there on out so got very lucky to be where i am here today hired you to do what it at first season with literally i would watch in collect where every player was a on the field a on every single play nfl games so we called player participation it's very tedious in thank god don't do it anymore obviously losing my fanny by the end of the year by those yeah so there's a code for every position on the field poor guy could easily lineup had memorize all that code in put it in accurately over the course of the game so that's what i did and i also would break down are statistical database and write articles off of that that first season and that was all those really all i didn't so pretty not super exciting but again a big step up from accounting and what do you guys all do this from home mike yeah.