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Renaissance Hedge Fund Execs to Pay $7B in IRS Settlement
"Simon's and robert mercer along with current and former executives of hedge fund. Renaissance technologies will personally pay as much as seven billion dollars in back taxes interest and penalties to settle a long-running dispute with the internal revenue service a tax settlement. That may be the largest in history simon's who started renaissance before retiring as the firm's chairman. On january i will make an additional quote settlement payment of six hundred seventy dollars according to the firm. Mr simon's will also pay back. Taxes related to his
"mr simon" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"On the move after reporting results. We got full team coverage. Let's start off with courtney. Reagan has been listening in on simon's call. Hey court i'm melissa's assignment. Property shares are higher after hours by more than three and a half percent. The mole owner reporting stronger than expected earnings and just slightly higher revenues net operating income increase more than sixteen percent year over year with portfolio net operating income. So this includes the taubman centers at now owns as well as other segments that increase thirty two and a half percent funds from operations that fi phone number increased more than fifty two percent year over year to one point. Two one seven billion dollars ceo. David simon says he's pleased with the profitability and substantial improvement in cash flow in the second quarter and simon notes increasing shopper traffic retailer sales and leasing activity at a center's occupancy stands at ninety one point eight percent base minimum rent per square foot just over fifty five dollars. Simon is also upping its full year guidance and increasing its dividend from a dollar forty to a dollar fifty per share on the ongoing conference calls. Co david simon says government restrictions are still impacting resulted in some areas but also says signed nearly fourteen hundred leases in the second quarter with a quote significant number. Still in the pipeline. He also added that a recent meeting of his leasing team reported to him the most active deal committee in several years. Mr simon noted that retail sales in the centers are up thirteen percent in the first half of twenty twenty one win compared to the first half of two thousand nineteen so a non pandemic year. Spg shares are up more than one hundred percent in a year flat over the last month. Melissa all right courtney thank you Let's try this one caring. They did raise their full year. Guidance of that you gotta wonder if second quarter levels are He exactly because there's pent up. Demand people wanted to go out. We'll continue going to the back half right. I think we'll we'll see if this is sort of transitory traffic but some of these leases that they're signing up i think will what those will be for some amount of time right they had the occupancy was better than projected in addition their expenses were lower so those are two good things to have going. You know nice yield i. I'm concerned about that as well so i don't know that they've done a great job. They were able to cut the price on that. Talbot deal right. Hopefully those will be good for them. But it's not for me. He can't not love malls. And then you go to mall every chance you get. But you're not like the average person might not always i mean prior to the pandemic was the death of the malls and now walls are seeing a renaissance if you will because people are emerging from their cocoons right. So how long right. How long is that going to be as you mentioned. I like malls when i tend to walk around balls for a little bit of exercise out there and They're definitely busier than they were. But i share care. Karen's concern that. Is this as good as it gets. I mean the stock is up one hundred percent from the november lows. This is you know we've had the reopening we know that People savings are declining We saw what happened with amazon. Their earnings weren't as great. Maybe have been going to some malls. But i'd be very concerned that this is the peak and you know maybe people go to balls. I don't know about the taliban i mean. I know. Tim likes to go to the diesel outlet helmet a but i'm not sure even his level of spending you gotta keep it there. You know that became i mean acid. Wash jeans by the way i mean. Hey can you get on with right back. I mean god of next. Let's get to take.
"mr simon" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Welcome back everybody. We are winding down into just about nothing left for the show. It has been great being with all of you guys again the last couple of days. Hopefully i get to come back again. Some more in the future Gail will be back with you tomorrow. I wanna do this last segment. I only have about four minutes. And i had this crazy op. Ed come across my desk yesterday. That i just couldn't believe it when i read it. It's not very long. I've got about four minutes and I'm sure i'm going to be able to get it red in that time. It was so unbelievable that i just need to share it with you. And that's about all. I can say so. It appeared in the wall street journal and it was written. By second amendment expert. John lott the title of the op. Ed is the school that wasn't there. I drove nine hundred fifty miles to give a commencement address and it was an elaborate hoax by a gun control organization. I was honored to deliver a commencement address to nevada high school this month but the school didn't exist. It was a hoax perpetuated by gun control activists fourteenth. I received a call from a man who identified himself as jordan. Simon board chairman of james academy a las vegas board a las vegas based online high school with two thousand graduating students. Mr simon told me that students had an faculty had picked me to be their commencement speaker speaker. I looked at the school and found a professional website. James madison academy dot net which no longer exists featuring photos of smiling students and detailed descriptions of the school teachers mr simon offered to cover my travel expenses and pay a small honorarium since there were no direct. Flights from zula montana..
"mr simon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Hillsborough County is also checking in pretty clear at this time. Other than just some delays on us 301 just after Sun City Center Boulevard I'm Brian Black NewsRadio w F L A Very warm. Start to the weekend today, staying mild through the evening and overnight hours. Partly cloudy, low temp around 67 degrees. A mix of sun and clouds on Sunday warm again, which is the tiny shower chance 10% the hi temp 81 degrees. Strong, Cold front arrives on Monday with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. A few strong storms possible. High temp around 73 degrees with a 50% rain chance, very chilly, making the transition into December a low tent by Wednesday morning in the low forties, I'm Max to venerate meteorologists in Oliver. You're listening to a coast to coast. Am on news radio. Tell you F L A kid's father Life, just of course. Over. No Remember. I'm just happy You're listening to Art bell somewhere in time tonight featuring coast to Coast am from November. 27th 2001, Mr Simon said there was no real sense to this that it was about it. Chicken.
"mr simon" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Scott reporting. I'm Sal. She and Grasso and this is Boss Steals from the cremation. Society of Minnesota Weather Center. Clouds increasing tonight Low thirties for alot mix of sun and clouds and cooler tomorrow. Ah! Hyah! 35 windy Gus 32 35 Miles an hour I'm meteorologist Mace Michael's on Twin Cities News Talk. Am 11 30 currently 40 degrees. Some of us need to rely on our cars more than ever to see. If we get to work, the grocery store and appointments whether you need a car now or planted by some day soon, cars dot com has your match and all the latest deals shop from home cars dot com now features nearly two million cars ready for home delivery set of virtual appointments with local dealers to tour your favorites. Save the car You want. Click to buy when you're ready. Yep. Car shop from your couch with confidence on cars dot com Fox News updates every half hour between cities news talk dot com Strange my motion. No. I just can't be. So you're listening to ourselves Somewhere in time tonight featuring coast to Coast am from November. 27th 2001, Mr Simon said there was no real sense.
"mr simon" Discussed on The Four Sum
"Personality. What kind of person you are such a such a small something we're looking for mccain. Does it's about a rapper. Vannerson not bad. But i do not come in a hold on. I mean that's 'cause. I lake listening to music. Boom and there was this rapper. That got killed apparently and he was young. Boy look around. Marija kill mandate into this lifestyle. We guessing you know they. They choose to live like that. I mean it's not my fault choices. What the hell nine. I'm just why are you saying nobody blame you. Just named bro like missed a doctor. What's his name manhattan. Just like that bro. Just saying you chose to make to make the bag you get shot and become rhode kenny. He he he was free standing in is really good role. Just madman also muscle to something. I haven't heard it anywhere. I had never heard of him either. Twitter windex you know the hardcore to lou index bro. He kilian young gravy lot of any day. Not so i mean. I guess in a way i don't know tools to me is a faded over. There faded faded mabul. I don't know nothing interesting. Just house worked freeman terrifying bro. I thought you were top of class. Well i turn or. That's what i would put myself right now. Though that annoying do so. They're surprisingly he's still alive so many people who do trust me. I don't see how knows about doesn't know know how to socialize. Property this Pity hey you know working there dude. Why though because he's pretty what happens like tell me about it. Let's run me through. Coronel gonna customer service by m. Whatever your name is mr simon then you ask for low member or whatever will get their info. You'll get that and then forget properly verify or something and and then they'll go the correct amount like he was supposed to. Oh that's because you're supposed. I knew that that was supposed to verify but verify them. 'cause 'cause 'cause i knew that's all he replied viewed okay. Imagine trying to tell us. He's talking to a customer and he speaks like me as a customer delivery. What's going through your mind. I asked you a rope room. You answering your question dude. Right there. man froze Which away as. I couldn't find the fricking whenever i had a big troop in come with him. Bumpy georgia have you guys ever daily posted anything on social media. I mean what do you mean. you won't be more specific Our just put something out there that you weren't supposed to put out there you go There was a moment when he called it a d. nudes up. Oh shit a deck of cards. I mean i'm me. I mean me personally. Honestly it's happened once he did. But i mean i was lucky to catch up with you. You mess with me with that. You sent me a message and it was like one of those chain link noticing the but it was like you know how on iphone or any. I guess any phone. You shows you the sample the picture and you can only see so much when you click on it. You see the rest like in the largest exercises picture. It's like it was like a a message or something like a picture says hey. Did you mean the post that on snapchat and then like wasn't it like lonesome like this like asking like. Hey i just saw your story. Did you mean to post that. In my heart racing. I click so i was like i check run ahead nothing and i go back and i click on like jk or something like that. But i was like damn bro like my heart beat lacked but i mean no like i haven't actually i mean once but i like it right away or stern three put. How about you. But you don't postal rate only pose. Anyone has to grant of any wars in the although show nights i don i never get tagged bro. You get what never get tacked tweezers. Just you just take me guest own. He's always even tat tat down because to me always on me. He's he's i don't know bro. We can hear you over here. He says he's talking to his girls. Just a couple phone to the least on. Sandy means just a couple of calls game. But i mean is that what you bring up. Yes but i mean. I mean hasn't even happened to me either. I mean no. I can think of mr. What here posted his conch on instagram. Like almost every other day global on this context. Surely here's a lot different countries to interact. Why yellow ask Small read the bill gray and green bay color on housing. That's true greed reader breeds headliner goes on punch-up.
Day two and still counting
"Welcome to kiss. Miss mr simon. Your host kit crumb. I'm actually producing this podcast the day after the national election for the president and partly. Because i'm going to be talking about the electoral college right now. The vice president. Joe biden former vice president. Joe biden has two hundred and fifty three of the two hundred seventy electoral votes. He needs to become president. Donald trump has two hundred and fourteen of the two hundred seventy votes. He needs to become president in a presidential election. A landslide elections generally agreed to be one in which the winning candidate secures. At least three hundred. Seventy five or seventy percent of the five hundred thirty eight electoral votes in the electoral college on that note. I need to explain that. The reason the new president is sworn in until january is chiefly because the electoral votes aren't counted until the second monday december the rest of the time until january twentieth. The swearing of the new president is a matter of shifting information from one president to the other. But of course all of this begs the question. What's happening on november third. The general election in november is an indirect election in which voters cast ballots for slate of members of the electoral college. These electors then. Direct lee elect president and vice-president in essence you are voting for electors the number of electors in each state varies. The constitution gives each state a number of electoral votes equal to the number of representatives and senators. It has therefore every state has at least three electoral votes because the smallest dates how one representative and two senators. How does it work that. The candidate with the popular vote can lose. The election was look at the fictional stage of nominal volume population. Four hundred thousand okay. This a small state the majority of the voters gopher candidate a therefore all of nod knowles electors cast their votes for kennedy a those electoral votes. Go into as pot of electoral votes. That he's trying to fill up to the number of two seventy the first candidate to fill his spot with two hundred. Seventy electoral votes will become the next president of the united states. But it isn't quite that simple. There's a catch of sorts. Not all states award their electoral votes in the same way i. It's important remember that voters don't actually vote directly for the president. They choose electors to vote on their behalf. States or allotted a number of electors based on their population number of congressional districts. The larger states population the more electors is allocated for example. California is the most populous state. Thirty nine point. Five million residents also wholesome most electors at fifty five wyoming on the other hand is the least populous state with fewer than five hundred seventy nine thousand residents as such. It holds only three lack of states determine on their own how to distribute the electoral votes most days award all their electoral votes to the presidential candidate. Who wins the popular vote in that state and this is considered a winner. Take all system. This method of warding. Electoral votes is commonly known as winner-takes-all. So even if a presidential candidate wins fifty one percent of the popular vote in a winner. Take all state. He's awarded a hundred percent of the electoral votes. The exception to the rule is main and the of nebraska who distribute on a very different basis. Take longer to explain the desbois. Podcast has time so. I hope this has cleared up some information about electoral colleges and the fact that we vote indirectly for our presidential candidates. Now i'd like to take a minute to clear a couple myths first of all in the history of the united states. We have never known the winner of the presidential election on that. Electing day that would be november. Third it as always taken a few days to count up votes and i mentioned before that between al gore and george w bush that were thirty six days where they were trying to figure out who the winner was so. This is not unusual that this is the day after. We still don't know who the president is. Second second president. Donald trump is wanting to stop the county of votes. He's calling this voter fraud. And all of the votes that are being counted have to have been postmarked november third. This is not fraud. this is counting every american's vote or every american who voted so a couple things one. No we are really going to know who the president is for a day. Maybe two days after the national elections sometimes as long as thirty six days to were simply counting at every state. The votes came in postmarked on the election or the night of the election. which is november third. There is no fraud in this. i'm get chrome. Thanks for listening.
"mr simon" Discussed on KCRW
"But secondly, it's the very special environment that students enjoy at Auntie on, frankly, a great many other historically black colleges and universities as well. Is very much a family environment here of support. How do you explain the loco vid 19 infection rates on your campus? Another HBC use. Our students have been extraordinarily disciplined around doing the things that we know you have to do wearing a mask. Socially distancing, washing their hands in sanitizing, But we also see showing up in our students a mind set that I think is very different than what you see on many other campuses around the country, and that's a sense of great responsibility and not wanting to be. Sent home or have to pivot online instruction. Keep in mind that persistently two thirds of our students are first generation college. And so they may come from a mindset says if they don't make the most of this opportunity Then another one might not arise, Miss Caldwell. How do you work with students to try and keep him safe? Keep infection rates low. I would say it's more so peer to peer interactions than anything. I'm so people encouraging. Their friend groups not together, and hey, guys, maybe let's go outside to do something where we can social distance and we can wear our masks. Social media has been very effective in getting this messaging across to our students. Unlike Mr Simon said that feeling of responsibility, I think weighs heavily on our students as well. Miss Caldwell. Any gripes from your fellow students? You know, this is not what college should be all about. Yeah, So some of our freshman When we first came back, there was a little incident and so upperclassmen on Twitter were upset and they were like, you know, we can't do this guys. We literally just got here and a lot of the freshmen were saying, Well, you all had A regular freshmen year experience and we're seeking that, too. And the messaging from upperclassmen was we understand. We feel for you, but we're in a pandemic. So if we want to stay on campus, we need to set aside our desires for normalcy. Mr Simmons is I don't have to tell you Corona virus infection rates are climbing again, including In North Carolina. What special steps are you taking? As we see the rates climb. We're just continuing to emphasize all of those preventive measures. But really with a special message to students saying, you know, we understand you would like to get together. You'd like Tio Have a party. You'd like to have a kick back, but you can't do it. So many of our students come from communities across North Carolina. Where Corona virus has been more widespread and more lethal, and health care has not been as abundant. And so there they they also bear that mindset. I think of not wanting to go back to places where healthcare is hard to come by. Can you tell us what kind of contingency plans that You might be going through to try and keep students safe, but also keep college going. We have an entire residence hall That's been set aside for quarantine and isolation purposes. And so as we have students who test positive who live on campus than their moved to that residents, all But we're we're really stepping up our testing. And so for the past several weeks, we've been undergoing an intense period of aggressive testing and all of our residents holes. We feel like we're in a very good place and we just can't take our eye off the ball. We have to keep doing those things that have gotten us this far. Well. Brenda Caldwell, the student body president at North Carolina and T State University, Todd Simmons is an associate vice chancellor at the school. I want to thank you both very much for being with us. And good luck to you and everyone else on campus. Thank you. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you. Scott. Pleasure. It's time now for story course Military Voices Initiative, which amplifier stories about service members and their families. Today, we'll hear from Brian McConnell. He's been an airline work for almost four decades. Much of that time He's worked on the ramp area where aircraft refueled, boarded and loaded. But Taking on other responsibilities, ones that weren't in his original drop description. Ryan McConnell runs the Delta Honor Guard, a group of volunteers at the.
"mr simon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Claim to the first night away here that Mrs Simonsen has been staking. You regulate that if the AMA new practicing in this state, they check your license. They haven't done it already. Now, what are you want? We seem to have a mutual interest in Mrs Assigning Tins. Health! If anything happened to. It isn't likely heard. Financial manager would see his way clear to renew the not hold on you. Nice what's wrong with Mr Simon's health? Good Heavens, man you have is having to. He's dangerously heavy rain. Over indulges, isn't everything food drinks? Gambling nobis like kind of opiates ordinary is to help asleep. Terribly hard in a hot nonetheless, if you knew she had heart trouble, you let them because if I cut her off by them, someplace else. I'm very much interested in as little as. Unfortunately I can't feelings reciprocated. At least it depends on you would. You're a little obscure doctor Mr, Baby. If you to help me a rain say. Lance with Hazel terrains to get the note for me that it. Doesn't cost you a saying. What is no? Point. In the first place she hasn't stupid. Every fortune hundred in the country has been after. He is look at him a second place. He was double crossed me good night. The doctor has the idea to hasn't top something about Hazel held. Her estate moving into collect the half million dollar note. SHOULD ANYTHING HAPPEN TO? You know you can never pay? They might as well ask.
"mr simon" Discussed on The Economist: Editor's Picks
"And finally in the pandemic plays no longer the thing Peter. Simon has been cleaning costumes since he was thirteen. As a small and wiry Teenage Eh. He was sent into the dry cleaning machines to any hiccups now. Sixty seven he is trusted by. London's west end theaters to make everything from ballgowns to animal outfits gleam every morning his vans comeback from theater land stuffed with Pony Gob for his team of nine including his brother sister in law and two nephews to wash press and return before the curtain goes up. He has to boilers just in case. If one breaks down we carry on. He says the show must always go on soon. Though Mr Simon's three dry cleaning machines and four presses will full this silent as the capital stages a handful of London's two hundred and forty or so theaters already. Curtailed runs in an attempt to slow the spread of covert nineteen the rest followed suit on March sixteenth when bodies. Johnson recommended that Britain's avoid gathering in confined spaces the national theatre has closed until April twelfth. Others have turned off their spotlights indefinitely ons institutions around the world shutting their doors nowhere though has a greater concentration of my theater in London. According to the Society of London theatres a trade body more than fifteen million people sort of show in the capital last year just aging New York. Only last month the society trumpeted its members sixteenth consecutive year of rising revenues which came to seven hundred ninety nine million pounds. That's nine hundred. Twenty nine million dollars in two thousand nineteen now. These same venues. Many of them elderly relics with Crimson Competence and box offices squeezed into cubbyholes a fighting for the survival as David. Bonnie artistic director of the Menu Chocolate Factory Theatre notes it looks incredibly bleak in New York Andrew. Cuomo the governor ordered Broadway to close down for a month. On March twelfth even nine eleven halted performances for two days but Mr Cuomo said the measures were necessary to slow the spread of the virus. London's independent theaters are particularly vulnerable. The Akula in Allston solicited donations as soon as it announced its temporary closure warning Thursday. Go is that its future is at risk others begged ticket. Holders not to demand refunds. The government has promised grants and Business Rate Holidays ONS council England. Ah Quango has pledged emergency support actors custom to finding ways to pay the bills in follow patches between shows but businesses allaying off rather than hiring workers also dried up for stagehands and costume makers the wardrobe girls have got no work says Mr Simon. They're all really sweating. If the shutdown forces such people to find other work skills could be lost for good the crisis will least spur innovation some theaters are planning to experiment with streaming productions online hopper Tangguh. Ooh A charity that supports new writers is soliciting monologues pending self-isolation. And Frothy an actor who usually performs sellout crowds at venues like the National Theatre. Says he will post videos of Irish songs online to pep others up. We've got a whole load of people sitting in their bedrooms. Going nuts says Ben Todd executive director of the Arcola. We will figure out a way to be useful. Thanks for listening to editor's picks Teredo. Listen to the whole of this week. Station go to economists dot com slash radio. I'm Patrick lay and in London. This is the Communist..
"mr simon" Discussed on AP News
"Listening to the AP digital news network. There's a warning from the head of the Federal Aviation Administration for his counterparts around the globe. AP's Jackie Quinn reports. He says it could still be many months before the Boeing seven thirty-seven max jets will be cleared to fly again, before a closed-door meeting with representatives from more than thirty countries acting FAA administrator Daniel L. Well, says he can't even give it timetable for allowing the Boeing seven thirty seven max to fly again, after two crashes that killed nearly three hundred fifty people. He said, even the lactobacillus estimate might not be realistic Boeing's, fixing the flight control system that pushed down the noses of the doomed plane's because of a faulty sensor, L wanted other countries to lift their bans around the same time as the US, but China, the e u and Canada say that they're going to plan their own safety, reviews and possible pilot training. I'm Jacky Quin. Kensington Palace says, Princess, Charlotte will join her brother prince George Thomas Battersea school in September had Mr. Simon O'Malley's is the schools delighted Prince William and Kate, the duchess of Cambridge have chosen their school for Charlotte, who's four years old valleys has we greatly? Look forward to welcoming her and Oliver new pupils to the school in September. More troops to Iran. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute, President Trump announced fifteen hundred more US troops are heading to the Persian Gulf region to monitor Iran's activity. Iran.
"mr simon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Thank you, Mr. Simon. Purposely omitted one of today's birthdays today is the day was a Wednesday nineteen Ninety-one seven twenty six AM, south, Texas medicine or medical hospital. My second daughter, Jordan Lee was born six pounds nine ounces. I don't know if that's big or not. But averaged about average on average. Saharan? But not like we went in and had to jump to the we knew that it was going to be Syrian theater an appointment. Yes. We did literally fireworks. She was literally fireworks when she was born. Because if you'll remember it's the same time that the United States began operation storm. While they hand my wife stomach moving intestines and things around. So they could get the Georgia. Yeah. I'm looking up at the diversion. Yes. I'm looking at this screen watching bombs and things go off. Now that of course is my favorite song, by the way in the world father daughter by Paul Simon and I will now recite the chorus. I'm gonna watch you shine that watch you grow got to paint a sign so you'll always know as long as one and one is to there could never be a father love his daughter more than I love you, by the way, happens to be from the wild thornberrys movie from two thousand to every birthday, Jordan Lee. Thousand government employees are missing their.
"mr simon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"So twenty four hours on things are just a little calmer. We have recovered Catherine Whitaker and myself David law are sitting in exactly the same place as we were yesterday after the raw emotional press conference of Andy Murray. But I don't know about you, Katherine, I'm feeling a little bit more relaxed. Now, how about you? Do you two and a half hours sleep? That's really refreshed me. I feel great now. But yes, it's it's been quite a twenty four hours with reaction oversee to Andy Murray's announcement that he's planning to retire after Wimbledon if not before and the tennis world has gone berserk, Catherine oversee detailed some of the reaction from WalMart portrait yesterday's show. But given we are the tennis podcast brought Asian with telegraph. I think it is high time that we speak to the ten of graphs tennis. Correspondent Mr. Simon Briggs Simon. Hi, welcome to Australia. Thank you. You've had a busy busy as I think. It's fed. Particularly yesterday that was right. And the only thing from the point of view of working hack was that he nounce eleven AM. So I did get to the following morning, which wasn't that bad have many late nights than that. Here. If you happen to say six in the evening, I mean, I didn't think any of us would slept at all that was occurring to me. I say from sort of really potentially boring and procedural journalistic point of view, it almost folk sort of witnessing you the the Reuters yesterday a little bit old school in a K E. Yes. Online stories had to be filed immediately. The final edition. Did you hear most everyone in from the presser was at eleven AM midnight in the UK say most papers clue the production, maybe one AM. So there was time to get into position. But then there was kind of suspended animation. For six or eight hours, whatever, but you've got most people's now would have somebody in New York or in Sydney who has a capacity online stuff up. So I did ROY committees which I've fall sort of five it five AM or something British time. And there was guidance. It needed of me said forget everything I just said nice suspended animation. It's not really. Continuous. You did then get your half an hour. Didn't you with Andy Murray straight after press conference, and there was actually useful gap that we could file because even to do broadcasting? It's actually perfect. So you'll learning about the mechanics here on the tennis punk gust of how it all works behind the scenes with Simon's writing for the town of and what came out of it was a very detailed emotive again. But more details accounts from Andy Murray of of exactly why he's taken a decision. He has just just give us an insight and Catherine was explaining to us yesterday. What his body language is like inherent. What was he like with you guys, very relaxed? I mean, we have not she had a sit down with him. I have one since twenty seventeen in that way. Because we have the infamous Brisbane outing. This was a year ago when you all came out to Brisbane to to talk about uncover Andy Murray's comeback, didn't you? And then that comeback didn't happen. And then he'll give you all the slip. That's right. And then he wasn't happy with our pieces. They won't feel better about it too. And so we didn't didn't speak to him for a while. But. I mean, this term we just didn't have much time. Does it feel to you feels to me twenty four hours on not certainly don't feel as though we got it wrong in any way yesterday in the podcast still feel as I felt then on the whole about about what he said. But having heard Andy Roddick this morning on on five live. We had on ash show talking about how he feels that emerged just needs to give this some time. Now, not make a decision about his career still keep alive this chance of getting to Wimbledon in June. And he feels that that is doable. And it just until to you guys since then as well feels to me..
"mr simon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Revenge store. Just yet. I need a little bit more time maybe get to the divisional round. Then we could do that is in this going overboard on the other side of things just like the fans who tweet or threat or call. You know, what I mean, all that stuff isn't making Cody parkey on Friday tomorrow on the today show into a sympathetic figure going to hard the other way. Yeah. And the whole, you know, the kick was blocked I saw I saw the replays. I watched him over and over. You can tell me the kick was blocked. You can tell me the tickets, but it was not online, and it was low. And there was not a lot of the the defensive line didn't boss through. It wasn't like an offensive line. Mr. Simon guy that tipped it. This sixty six to I mean, it's not like you hadn't Ed too tall Jones out there. And you're right. Big cat. It was on forty three yard field goal with very little penetration. Just normal penetration. I'd just like to say that. That's the job of the kicker to get the appropriate height on the kick that you shouldn't even be a discussion and we saw all season. So it's not like I would understand if it was the guy who hasn't missed all season. And you say comes in there. Well, obviously that must've done something because that's very out of character for his kicks. No, Cody Parthiv lived by kicking, you know, the the poster in Dorking everything. And now we gotta live with the double going. Is it it's coup. Silence. Got the promotions we want we were hoping you were going to be in town this weekend to participate in goose island event that they have where if you can kick a forty three yard field goal outside one of their locations. You will get beer for a year for free. I love that. I love that. I think they need to do though like they need to do ten times. And you gotta kick nine out of ten because we need to actually maybe have a kicker retrial. That's the thing. Like taking is joke. I'm not thinking, Joe, let's try to find what's that movie invincible or whatever the one where you Dan does a trash guy or or Mark Wahlberg we need that we the guy who comes to be. He's a kicker next year. He's just a regular Chicago guy. Does this? Oh, that's cool. Was the story of Vince Papa and that was Mark Wahlberg? Yeah. So so Tony danza trash guy. Whatever movie that was remember that. The garbage picking field goal kicking Philadelphia. It's a Disney from referenced it like a month ago had the same conversation. Yeah. We need that we need. Maybe have Tony the kicker. I don't care as long dot Cody ARCHE. I mean, wouldn't that be great like you find out in the back of like a Mariana stockroom that there's like a kid back. There has been kicking like groceries fit. Yeah. Yards putting it on shells shelves perfectly. And that's how we find our next kicker. Hey, Kurt Warner was shelves when he was before he became a Super Bowl MVP, right? Good point. I until answer on the Twitter poll that I put out there. So lots of votes on this one who is in twenty eighteen the worst, Chicago sports free agent signing and the four names, I gave work were Tyler chat. Would you Darvish Jabari Parker or Cody parkey? Okay. So I actually I don't know who's winning the poll right now. But I would probably have to say you because you it's the money if the way it happens. It's that whole weird story Cody parkey, I feel like we Cody parkey to me is that was the bears front office. And they've done a fantastic job. And I'm not gonna say, you know, like anyone who goes crazy and says, oh, we need a new runoff. No. That's crazy. Ryan tastes done. A fantastic job building a contender. But the fact that they didn't have someone come in. And try out in the last few weeks of the season. I don't care about money. I don't care about. Of that stuff. You knew you had a problem. You could have gotten out of it for the playoffs that to me is where I can't even blame. Cody parkey set him up to the fail. Darvish is is an easy one Jafari partner. Like, we all knew he in his introductory press conference was playing defense. So who who surprised by that thirty one percent for Cody parkey, then you're you're entry twenty-seven percent, darva wound is still fresh Jabari Parker twenty four percent in Tyler chat would eighteen percent. Yeah. Parker was never going to have a huge impact on a season that we all hoped ends up within with the one of the three worst records in the league. Right. Parts of was filled the salary cap can take a fly around the guy who best case scenario. He's a starter. And worst, Mary you're seeing exactly what's happening. Yeah. I saw president. They made a boatload of money betting on Clemson on the money line. Did you partake in that that plays? Well, I did also have Clemson. I didn't have them on the money line was easiest play. I've ever made. I mean, if I don't know. No show off on on Tuesday morning because you can't get beat worse than that. If your big bad, Alabama. They gave up an Nick soap saving outcoached outclass. I mean that was sad. Station holiday for many of us. Yeah. I was here. I had just as much as fun watching Alabama in that game. You did watching Wisconsin in their championship game. Oh, wait, Wisconsin wonderful game. I'm sorry. I'm sorry was wonderful game the big pinstripe fall. Yeah. Stripe Paul gold canceled because the lightning so I don't wanna get in this conversation. Yeah. I I had that game. I was watching wins the money they were up seven zip when they canceled it, right? You should have one. Yeah. They were up when the game was canceled. You should get money. That's not how it works. I'm elliot. The funny part of all this is besides the bears game you a good weekend. Because you know, you had the bet that came through on Monday and then on Saturday like that the taxes were never really in that game. Yeah. I saved my key. And the one thing I learned from the pinky bet. And people don't know I said, I would cut off my pinky if the Houston Texans won the Super Bowl the problem with that bet is I survived it this year. But I also found out that addicted to betting body parts. So it's one of those things that I I don't think the the key bet is going to end until I lose my pinky. If one of those things it's like old mafia-like either end up in jail or dead. Like, there's the I'm just going to end up without a pinkie at some point in the next ten years because I keep betting it every year. Do you know like have you thought about who your pinky team could be I they were gonna have to wait till like week five and ticketing that's around five hundred and write them off. And then just ri- ri-. I might take the taxes every year to be honest because it's never gonna win the Super Bowl team is just I don't know. What is I would never trust that team in the big? I'm not a doctor. But I have a suggestion Becher Vaz's deference that is no that is part of the male reproductive. System. And the reason I bring this up is not the freak you out. The Carman's haven't of the sector at this moment. Oh. Uh-huh. You have to get a sect to me if that team that the Texans win the Super Bowl next year. Well, the father I'd like someday be a father. So I probably can't bet that just yet reverse is he is widely wait till March madness. Why like the the most classic male stereotype in and do it the first two days in March madness who can sit with a bag of frozen peas on it. I good question. Maybe they're having a sale. I don't know. I'm not sure why. You don't season's over? Now. The bears loss you got hit in the marbles. Now, we're going to open you up and steal one of the first midwest Bank studio, the first games go off when Carmen's in the studio. Oh my God. So we we went through the poll question towel. Waddle about the game. The EU and many many others in college basketball. 'cause I don't think we're in the college basketball yet the Creighton Marquette game for those you didn't see the highlights explain to wild about this. Okay. All right. So let me just preface it by saying college basketball is the sport that will test, your soul, your mind, body and soul every single night. When you get to January and February at your betting college basketball on a Tuesday night on a Wednesday night when you're betting on eighteen year old to make smart decisions. You are testing your mind, body and soul and people who do it people. It's one of those people don't know they know what feels like they know being through the ringer. So last night Creighton was up. I had Creighton minus three also minus two and a half. They were up three with point eight seconds left. And also there under their own who. All they had to do was sold. It only do. Up three point. Shorted and have someone touching into the game is over right? He throws the pass to go to one of his guys at at mid court. And the guy forgot the rules didn't touch the ball. It goes out of bounds on the other side. So no one touches at the clock doesn't start Marquette ball under the baseline Marquette throws it in to a guy who I still don't understand though. Like how it makes sense that he was able to catch in point eight seconds and shoot a three hip it? Wins in overtime. I've never seen anything like. And that's what college basketball is you can watch every single night, and you will see something different. So we've never seen a lawsuit never add every single night. So like van pelt always says, even if you think you had the worst beat there's always a bigger one. Where does this one rank on the mount Rushmore, it's up there? It is definitely up there because it was just unbelievable to watch. But again, it's up there and at the same time, it's not because it's college basketball, and you have to take a step back and say hold on. I'm I'm I'm wagering on a bunch of eighteen nineteen year old kids that really don't know what they're doing under pressure. And so you almost one of those things right deserve. I deserve everything. I get what I do. I think that's why you're co has limited his gambling to horses to animals because he doesn't trust humans. That's his his motto. I can't spare a square. Everyone's gotten rich off betting horses. Of course mart. The horses are is very fast way to lose. Everything. Are you making a prediction on Machado and Harper I come to the club? Oh my gosh. A little race sunshine. Right. Then I read something, and I might have made this stuff. But I read something about Ian happened. Jason. Hey, we're being traded to the giants for them taking on Jason. They were contract than Bryce Harper comes in place for the cubs. Yeah. That was like a couple of weeks ago that thing was floating around what happened to that? The giants do that for what are they getting their hearing over Jason Heyward ever heard of him? Yes. She gave the best pump up teaching history. Maybe when you're looking for your what seventy eight or seventy ninth win of the season at the end of the year. Jason could get you all jazzed up if you're a giants fan. Yes. You got a guy on first and second you'll just ground out to second base. Like clockwork breaks. Are you can depend on Jason would spray chart, by the way, I can pay grounders by the way on that topic? Are you taking the over cubs? I believe the number and Vegas eighty nine. Yes. Taking the over. Yeah. That's easy. They could roll out their helmets and get eighty nine. The brewers are like eighty three and a half. I'm not worried about the brewers. I know they've added some time just saying you wanna make money or do you not want to make money? I'm not worried about the Burs. I'll say it again. I said it last year. Yeah. I probably had to eat a little crow because I ended up having to be worried about I, but I'm not worried about but you wouldn't put money on the brewers the over eighty three and a half. That's what it is eighty three and a half. Mandarin app. No, I would not rooting for him. Great, man. I do you have a lock of the weekend before we let you go. Yeah. I actually do. I love I love love love the Cowboys. I don't understand seven points. They have good defense in that crowd is going to be like sixty percent Catholic. Then don't you think it's going to be a big home home field advantage for the visiting team? Right. Exactly. So I don't I try not to like overstate what I saw wild card weekend divisional round. But that feels like a game like the Cowboys don't feel like a team that can get blown out. And the Rams have been suspect down the stretch. And I I all the Cowboys plus seven I think that one's easy easy, easy, easy. More gambling tips. Todd firms coming up here in about five minutes. They got great stuff. We'll talk to you next week. Thanks. Thanks, guys. Appreciate it. Dan cats. He's from Chicago. He's barstool big.
"mr simon" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Well pay great rally from both plays wasn't it that those joe ladies and gentlemen mr simon pegg is he lucky lovely how are you i'm good how are you just look so good oh thank you so my friend gavin trains with a guy who tried to you yes that's right you pass each of the you know when you often leaving he's about to go and train with him is governed the show syria monkeys he's the cocoa i didn't know fucking psycho other chocolate the small crispy dr available show yeah he he's nice guy yeah reborn fitness and nutrition are you good i have i'm very good yeah you just decided to stop drinking because you're like you know what i'm going to stop drinking i'm gonna get myself in great shape i'm gonna go to hollywood and i'm going to be huge movie style i remember thinking do radi worked i i i was already there when i was drinking it wasn't i i didn't feel like i was happy anyway as a big interview an empire this month i explain it all okay into breakfast material well i you say that but i let out of bed this morning did you joyfully keep it up thank you the mission impossible the new movies coming out yeah the knee michigan possible movie i will say i said on the radio this week that i'm you a long time ago and and every so often we'll bump into each other yeah one not one up you know close friends you'll very good friends of my friend sarah yes that's my that's on my list of things to us but right at the end of the okay you can you have a payroll let's come back to it if he goes well maybe if she gets the tennis court we service what about us you haven't changed said this is how many mission impossible movies have you done this would be oh fourth is my fourth yeah i know i joined in number three and i saw extended cameo early and then because i got on really well with jj abrams and we became buddies he sort of invited us back for the fourth one and then and then it may in rains of the kind of longest surviving awesome characters but for how long let's see at the end of this one keep on forever seriously it's it's the action version of police academy you can just keep he'll be with moore skeletal lying in the grind crews will still be sprinting through london looking like he's ten tell me does he have a tom cruise does he ever like of today like is there anything humid boundary never let on rarely i need when he when he broke his foot and he came back to to to set nine weeks off the shattering his ankle and was running in london he was just a bit grumpy because you could tell he was in pain but he wouldn't he wouldn't tell you right he was just a bit serious and concentrate and everything was a bit more sort of but it was because he was in pain and then the day that he did his last thing on his foot when he could actually then he suddenly changed came over normal again but it was because he's you know i don't think he likes to show weakness right how much of your back catalogue do you think he's saying do you think is is you got the bucks that space gave him everything when i grow his foot yeah so i honestly i sent him apostle with all of my films and and just that you're going to be sitting down for a while maybe it's finally time you watched all these any any come back from that he he he he he he was a big he really loves the kota movies actually right he's very coach leeward tommy sort of keeps abreast of everything you know what i mean but i'm not sure if he watched we know where you live from nineteen ninety seven's tunnel five flagships get show have you got the rest cam video play it already looks good it's just a picture of him with his eyes shut shut off with light of what they some flags behind him yeah lovely never that be sabih that is everything.
"mr simon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Mr simon pegg he'll be joy simon pegg in my office last i don't think you've been here right it's a proper little dan isn't it it's like basically the rape player went off this is the most appropriate place for you about ready player one always good to see you buddy congratulations on this one your fair with steven spielberg is further consummated and and the glorious result ongoing ongoing ten years or something right if you yeah i guess we did tinton in two thousand nine and then he came into little cameo in pole that year and then again is this this is a little bit more of a stress free kind of promotional ron because it's like you're invested in this of course it's it's not on your shoulders not on your face absolutely it's nice pen yeah the kids are doing it as they're doing a lot of the heavy lifting as well tie in the legare leaner and everybody and it's and it's also it's lovely to go out and be promoting steven spielberg film you know because just it's cool by sociation and one like this that is you know he's introduced this of you times and keeps talking that as a movie right yeah films in movies and i like his films i also i love his moving pains to kind of stress this is a movie very much kind of in the purest sense a movie experience and it is it's extrordinary so let's reminisce a little bit about our shared collective love of spielberg because that's just a fun topic have anyway whether you're stephen film or not.
"mr simon" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Saying i mean okay okay that's a little bit like okay i don't know but anyway that's that's fun times over there but you know what we're not talking about the real luminosity we're talking about directors segue director director and we are talking about director who do we got his name i do mr simon simon west the director of con air awkward as fuck the expendable to and the mechanic and then a bunch of other stuff that worth noting i mean i love the expenses too but the rest of his phone filmography not so much i mean he seems like a pretty happy guy getting work i mean yeah you know he makes kind of schlocky you know be be action movies you know and most of them i don't really like i do enjoy expendable to for what it is what is it though what is it exactly what is a movie where arnold is i know what these bills are would you conceptualize that to these two specific it's a film in which stallone fights john claude van damme while stallone rides around a smart car with an automatic shotgun and blues european people away what chuck norris blows up tanks fair enough this man directed it and if that doesn't sell you on the movie i don't know what will i mean simon west i'm not really fan of his work outside of expendable too i don't really like conair i don't really like the mechanic you know he makes he makes you know just sort of you know fine who totally passable action films that's what we want action fills passable hey that's l take competence over incompetence any day of the week.
"mr simon" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show
"Decided on by god we should have gone with with parts of a long time ago uh reas sales people keep thinking wild bee must of a product will get better the company's better uh you know get must be investing eight million dollars in marketing when i can do elite hundred thousand so we try to find reasons that makes sense to us we don't even know what was actually going on um so i like you're purchasing example as well a because people put put that back into perspective and say while they're purchasing did a good job optus d obstacle race right right uh they gave must have gone cheaper on on my manager don let me go cheaper on my vicepresident is on my case that's not good people you we having samples off right in front of us an iphone should not be costing a thousand dollars but we are happy to pay a thousand dollars it's you know w it's incredible it's because apple has done that outside in thing go to the customer and feel what they want a mr simon cynic one of the you know a big uh fatah leaders out down he made such incredible comments about how to look at it outside in the golden circle heat he drew during his ted talk um donald to talks about that jolly and to your point have had we explained the value a lot of people don't know value selling uh and it keeps seeing the wardag yourself that's what's incredible about it so they'll say oh ab setting valued you will what did you explain to me you just told me how your features are blue and black and will lead doesn't mean anything us on valley.
"mr simon" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
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