6 Burst results for "Pj Jim"
"pj jim" Discussed on Fore Play
"Once again i am at whirlwind. Golf club in chandler arizona. You find folks are in south carolina at the pga championship. It's been a hell of a ride Speaking of pga championship. Owens mixers. I saw is. Is that the official transfusion of the. Pj jim that was happening right now. Fell it's correct. That's correct so people have been drinking their transfusions here on kiawah island so much so that they actually sold out of the first day at a at the practice around so that was something And they've just been all over the place people who are cheers ing transfusions owens mics mixers transfusions to us while we're inside the ropes. They're out there at the bars and stuff so and we also have a meet and greet and what. We're calling it a watch party right so they sent us. You have a meet and greet and i've been using that term and every time i say to someone it makes me want to jump off a roof because just like. That's the most douchebag everything of all time to say we have a meet and greet frankie fuck umbrella just stick to fucking filming pizzas but but we do have a watch party. We watch party tonight when this podcast comes out in charleston we're going to be at uptown social so that's gonna be sponsored by owens mixers. I can't tell you how. Many owens mixers are going to be flown at that place like are they prepared for that. When i tell you every single person that this golf course is coming to that place. Tomorrow i will admit a thousand people doing that. They're coming tomorrow through legit like we're not even like saying that to pump up the event or whatever we obviously want people to show up but the amount of people who have we have run into who've been like oh we love the podcast. We love barstool all that immediately after saying that they're like and we'll see you tomorrow uptown social where like. Yep we'll see they're they're going to be thousands upon thousands of owns transfusions. Drank tonight when you.
"pj jim" Discussed on The CMO Podcast
"The rest of the world. But i also am i'm monitoring my own My own expectations there. Because i know a little bit about how long it takes to commercialize these vaccines and these treatments and get them distributed. And i think we have a good potential year ahead of us. Before that a promise comes to any kind of full fruition or even partial for wishing that actually opens up our ability to function fully again. I'm also looking forward though too. You know my my team. My business has just performed so extraordinarily well under such difficult circumstances. And we've been under tremendous pressure as you know. I work in serve the primarily the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries and our clients have really been under the gun in the spotlight and lots of all eyes on on them. And it's put a lot of pressure on on all of us and everybody who serves the industry and i. I am so grateful for the performance of my team. I feel like We fortune favors the prepared and we were just just prepared to really you know absorb the shock here and turn it into business. Momentum's so i'm really looking forward to continuing The collaboration with my extraordinary team and and our clients. Because it's been remarkable and it's been it's been uplifting honestly sometimes i feel guilty about that that it's that we've we've gotten so much positive encouragement in and so much traction under these circumstances. But we're going to talk about a lot of that in the course of the next half hour or so but i want to do something. Different on this podcast. Because you're an interesting guests. And i know you but i want to start with our kind of random round of questions i usually do at the end of the podcast to get to know my guest a bit better as a person as a leader but i want to start with that and the first question i have for you. Alex is when you were young. What did you wanna be when you grew up. I thought i wanted to be a lawyer for a very small and i. I then thought. I wanted to be an actress and i think that both those How those professions were depicted to me largely through television media. Were very much performance driven. You know the lawyer shows were about like being in court making your case and like you know being persuasive and you know surprising people with some kind of you know amazing new fact that they hadn't thought of or couldn't understand couldn't have understood before you presented it and you know acting too is like it's performing so i think that those were the things that made me excited about. You know a work life. And i always thought that i would have a career. I never really fat thought about getting married. And i never thought about having kids until i was like well into my mid thirties. What's the one thing that we could not find out about you on the internet. I went to community college. S yes so Yeah i started school in You know i went to wear the school. I could afford to go to and i started at community college. I worked fulltime straight through college of forty hours a week. I've i've been working since. I was about fourteen years old and i don't usually talk about that jim because for a long long time i was very ashamed of it. You know and i thought people who are going to respect me if they know that i don't have some prestigious degree in and so i haven't really put it out there very much. So you'll you won't find it out but everybody's gonna know now. What did you do as a job during community college. What was your work before the hours a week. You know. I worked in restaurants mostly but one of the things that i did was. I was always pitching ideas for how to promotion with a local radio station or you know how to create like some new offer in the restaurant and how to redo the menu to make it more. You know pick up on some trend that was happening so you know i i would have. I would go on. Radio shows in the local market and pitch are like friday happy hour always by then. I was in college but like i. I was always like an. I loved communications and i loved that part of you know i love media you know. I really love Media have attention span for for media. Because i have the attention span of a ferret. So so i really loved the idea of putting an idea out there in the world and having people react to it and see it and you know that kind of pride of authorship moment of something that always really appealed to me and even though i had restaurant jobs i always had something going on the side. So you're wired to be in the media business. When did that dawn on you in in college. I ended up transferring to temple university. And i i took a communications major and i started. I had an internship at a television station and then my friends started to be people who are in the media and advertising business. And you know my first job. Out of college was at qvc network. I was twenty four seven direct response tv. I think i was one of the early early employees there. And i worked i. I got to work with joe segal. Who was the founder and You know the idea of a live show. Even though it was just showing cab demonte porcelain it was. I was twenty two years old so it was. You had to be live every day every minute of every day and it was that to me was always something that i i took a lot of energy from. So you were a create person for most of your career and your now a ceo. What was the largest adjustment going from thinking about the creative work every day to thinking about lots of other things as you do as a ceo you know for me it wasn't such a big Segue because i approach my role as ceo as a storyteller as more of a chief storyteller. And so what. I what i learned how to do through my career. And i you know i did start out in production so my first. Some of my first jobs were producing. And so i got that. Feel of building ensemble hitting the ground running in the morning. There's nothing on the set you know at the end of the day. There's you know thirty. Two thousand feet of film and can that you have to rush to the lab. And i was one of the kids who had drive to do art. You know i did a lot of work for. Pj jim i always campaign as a producer for years. it was dnb was your agency and.
"pj jim" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"They essentially said that. Mill, who was the executive chairman just laughed was the source of many if not most of the ideas around the execution. A driving the company, and so you have to ask yourself two questions one survey misrepresenting on that and at the answer is no. Then investors have to ask themselves. Well, you know what have they actually invested it and I think there's a lesson here for any investor investing UNICEF back they have to ask themselves the question is the technology or product or service real and also The governance mature because you know when you go public and you're under that white hot light of public shareholders, you have have very mature these control governance and disclosures August market. Here's here's the I don't know. Maybe it's the several billion dollar question depending on how much the company's valued at this particular moment now that you're also not just an operator, but you're in the investment business with. At what price? Would you buy into Nikola given the fact that it still doesn't have a product and revenue associated with it? Well, you know I I. Question at right now, I wouldn't buy the reason I wouldn't buy is I think one of the first things the new executive chairman there needs to do is I he has to resolve these DOJ and these SEC investigations in focus on the business plan and deliver products. But secondly, why I would suggest and I wouldn't invest until they have an investor day that clarifies their capabilities and their plans going forward in the milestones that. Laying out mark fields. It's always a pleasure to spend time with you. You know the INS and outs of this industry better than anybody and. It's a great conversation. So thank you. We hope to talk to you again very soon. Coming up on squash pod. Johnson and Johnson's moving ahead in the race for Corona Virus Vaccine John Jay's chief scientific officer. Dr Still Holes with a single those injection will learn in the next two months in a very large population while save inefficacy we'll be. Back after this. It takes conviction to see beyond the turmoil in today's markets. That's pgn the investment management business of Prudential with the legacy of risk management discipline and investment experienced through thirty market cycles. PG is prepared for today's challenges PJ. Jim Brings long-term perspective and deep expertise across public and private markets globally outlast today's uncertainty with PG find out more at peace Jim. Dot Com that's PG IM DOT COM. You're listening to squawk from CNBC. Johnson and Johnson announcing that the first participants had been dosed A. New Phase Three Covid nineteen vaccine trial president trump is tweeting about saying a big news numerous great companies are seeing fantastic results the FDA must move quickly get to make to roll with a very special guest voting again, Make Good Morning Joe that guest is Dr Paul's Change as chief scientific officer docker stifles thanks for being with us. This morning I want to start on the fact that you guys are taking the first vaccine that only requires potentially one dose into this major phase three trial for covid. Nineteen tell us about how you reach that decision that it could be strong enough with just one dose based on what you've seen so far. Thank you for having me the program. Yes. So we studying one those and it's not just the overnight that we did that we have been working for a long time on this vaccine platform and studied in many diseases, single-dose I multiple doses, and we learned that the single dose of the vaccine could give protection very quickly within fifteen days and with that. Could be very useful in the emergency us. We did a phase one study where we studied this since mid-july, and we confirmed that we have a very good safety but also a very good immune response and that made us decide to do the FDA for permission and a allowed us to start the face three study with a single does in a very large population sixty thousand people we are going to vaccinate You're also running a separate trial in the UK which Andrew noted earlier, we'll test two doses y also be testing to when you're going forward with a sixty thousand participant trial with windows. Will. A single dose will be very useful in a very quick rollout into walt for preventing immediate mission we also studying boosted does so we could. We could learn about what is the long term lifelong protection, and almost every vaccine will will need to boost and we will evaluate boost at two months, but also booze six and twelve months to see what's the best longtime program for long long term protection, and that's why we study multiple. But we kick off with the large scale single-dose to go into emergency us as quick as possible when question, that vaccine experts have about your approach of course that you're using a harmless virus and Adna virus to deliver the genetic material of the coronavirus to our immune cells but that our immune systems could actually develop. Antibodies against the veteran it self thereby making it more difficult to get efficacy with future boosts. If you have to. You know again each year, how do you look at that potential will be able to give this as a potential annual If we need to. Make me studied out in several different situations both with an HIV vaccine, we give four times an twenty six factor over one year time in other areas also did that and we learned that the victory itself is generating that much antibodies and not about much immunity. It's the. While the victim of uses into body spike protein, which is the car for generating the protection for covid nineteen, which is generating the the the the reaction, and so we are comfortable that we can use it for prime boost to we have done that many times in different areas more than hundred thousand people have been vaccinated in studies and deployment of this factor and we know all too and we're comfortable that that will not be case. Doctor. I know that the the testing that you're doing takes place on lots of people age eighteen and up, and I also realize it's not something where you backs are. You test this stuff out on children really any more than you would on pregnant women. But when can we see the vaccinations for children? How will we know if it's safe? If it has any sort Cova reacts differently in children than it doesn't older people I just wonder without testing it. How will we know what the safety ramifications for children? We'll we'll have to test. That'd be that'd be I wanted to establish the efficacy and safety into in the in. The eighteen to fifty, five population and Dan Start dozing down we have done that with a ball out we have two very young ages starting one year. So we know that the victim in that in that population is very well tolerated, but we now need to I learned about the covert. The victim of oxygen containing the covid part. Before we go to children the same with pregnancy, we have studied extensively in breakfast woman in our ball trials with at twenty six and also bear we we have seen good safety but we I have to know about the corporate the different the different. Brought to to the to safety and the efficacy. So if we are looking at early next year, potentially for the vaccines being available for adults, how long before children can get vaccinated in the best case scenario? thinking the first second quarter, we should have data on children. Once, we have enough data on although studios down in children so that this is going ause because with a single does injection, we'll learn in the next few months in a very large population, what safety and efficacy will be. At least from a biomarker perspective, don't from a clinical perspective. So when that's known will move into children and early next year next year,.
"pj jim" Discussed on Fore Play
"All kinds of announce it someone to show, the trophy off a trophy came in pantley. It's I mean, I saw pictures, you're gonna see pictures and videos soon. We're going to announce the championship venue soon. We got a lot more to get to. We're going to be back, of course on Tuesday. There were people that have been coming out the US J in the US open, already, there's a whole slate issues. I want to get to on that I wanna wait until we've got Trent daddy. Excuse me, perhaps, lurch, if he's around and Frankie to get into that. It's also now one forty in the morning, I'm just tired. I really want to go to sleep you on. We've been yawning with storm. So we got a lot more to get to on Tuesday. We got a big interview coming up as well in the next before the US Open. I imagine or maybe slightly afterwards. We got a massive interview coming up with one of the game's top top players. So that's going to be awesome. So and, and we can half. We're just going to be at Pebble Beach for the entire week all that shit that happened to the PGA championship. Okay. We at Brooks gone. He won. We had sir Nick Faldo at Borelli's. We had fucking kit's Hoffman all those guys do dinner at Borelli's. We're inside the ropes with them. We did the Brezhnev Shambo stuff all it should that we did it the PJ Jim Jim, we're going to be back. We're gonna be doing bigger better stuff. We're going to be at Pebble Beach on the fucking cliffs. All that's coming up really quickly. So stay tuned. Appreciate you guys listening. We're gonna fuck and sleep because we're exhausted hit it hard. Hit it. However you wanna hit it. And I wanna tell you right now, I don't know if you were going to bring this up, but we recorded twenty to twenty five minutes of this six hours ago and something just happened in the file. This is the first time that's ever happened. I have to say the file just went away now. We didn't really talk about the things that we talked about, just now, I have a piece of hair in my mouth, but, you know, we talked about some stuff and it just went away. We're like you know what? We're going to knock a little bit out before the game. We're going to get back and we're gonna be able to finish the podcasts. Or we may even do it before the game. We were pumped. We're like, hey, man. We are time managing and you know what? We just fucked up. Something just didn't work when I was a fucking horrible feeling walking in this room me. And like you know what we have to redo it, but I will say this, this time was a lot better. We did earlier. We did thirty five minutes five minutes that makes it even more that whole buffet bits about Jack Nicklaus dying. We delivered all his takes. Oh, yeah, we did it for thirty five minutes, six hours ago. And then we found out afterwards that it. It just didn't exist. I was just not exist. Nobody was that me like it did exist. I it was something was going on. Like how does that? What does that mean? It doesn't like it was doing something something was happening. What is it was recording? But it just was recording to nothing. Apparently, I don't know what that Manila say they'll going into this one this recording. I didn't think that it'd be as natural. But like even when we were talking about Jack like we said, different things to, to a point where it was like the first time, we did it, which is funny. I gotta say it was funny. Yeah, I'm just talking about that stuff was great. It was funny but I did you'd be it'd be remiss if we didn't tell you people, and we didn't wanna bring it up. Earlier is say, so, maybe someone will be like, oh, you guys are fucking warriors. We are. We're just fishing for credit at pretty much. What's happening? That was my whole hit at hard, little ending. But we, we wanted you we didn't want to bring it up earlier because we didn't want it to seep into your all's brains. All you listeners out there y'all's brains during the show that this was like runback repeat takes type thing. We covered a lot of stuff we actually did differently, adding factors. Right. We're fucking knock, Donald Parkinson it better. But we want you to know that we had to go through the emotional turmoil of recording. A good thirty five minutes that we thought was funny. Edgy fresh also where talking rising and hotel room sounded wrong, we're, we're grinding it out in a hotel, and that's not even more wrong. We have been alone doing the podcast because we've been on the road. So we've been doing this fucking podcast, just alone just us to like, really fucking like we just been doing so much shit with hockey and Barcelo radio. Getting these podcasts out have been a grind. And we, it's actually like just fund. To sit back and just talk straight talking great. But the timing's just insane. I'm like I'm bleeding out of my nose right now. Yeah. You guys sit in fucking cubes. I get it like I know it's horrible. I know. People big you didn't do anything your way. I did. I worked at a restaurant in which I was fucking opening up the doors with my dad, and like making Doane shit. Frankie, you're lashing out. Nobody cleaning out the fucking bar and shit. Like, yeah. I worked screaming listeners, right? I get it. I get that our jobs, awesome. But I screaming at the listener, I still feel like my nose is going to bleed because I'm so tired. I haven't been home and her an hour and a half into a podcast. Now. Yelling at ballistic impact dagger. Now I haven't been home in twelve days. I want I wanna lay down my bed, and I wanna play some fortnight, and I want to be a human being just for a second. I've run out of clothes. I have no idea. What I'm wearing to the office tomorrow. We've taking a nine AM train that gets back at twelve forty five. I have no idea what I'm wearing the office. I I'm wondering. I smell do you think the barista in my local deli thought thinks, I'd, I'd probably, I think my mom, my mom, who, like, when I go home. I don't even go back to my home home. I go back to my apartment, I don't really my parents, even think I exist anymore. They're gonna hit me with thyroid never coming back, man. Oh my that's gonna have. Anyway. Barista. Oh, yeah. They have that kind of accent. Yeah. No, the guy go to like Indian barista. Is that the so unarmed thinking of the one that we went to that was by our old off? Esra go Broadway deli. He's still go there. No, you have to your other like once a week say, hi. Wow. Breakfast sandwich. That guy. I can't understand a word that guy says it's not because of his accent. It's because he mumbles words you more. I've had unbelievable back and forth with him before I was, like, I get a beginning Jesus. We want what is it? What do I I, I learned that they have I don't know what you're saying? What do you want, like I like now, I knew that he was saying, what do you want on it? But he wouldn't he never once corrected. He just kept doing it the same way though. Yeah. That's my long hit at hard. I think they thought they might they're going to be stuck in. Hey, it's gonna be great moment. I'm already walking. It'd be all film it. Yeah. Well, whatever what I was about to walk out the door. But I remember we gotta do some other stuff. We do Falko done here. See hit hard. No..
"pj jim" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Cooling weather center at ninety three WIBC. To the Amer in nitro show. John Daly versus tiger wood. Ooh. This is big time here. John Daly one here in Indy. Back in the early nineties. Got that lifetime exemption for the but the PGA championship crooked stick. Yeah. Yeah. So he gets every every every PJ Jim he doesn't like to make the doesn't need to be ranked drop off the face of the earth and still play which he usually does. Three sheets to the wind autographing Bubis and all kinds of stuff. John Daly said in an interview that he's been given permission to drive a golf cart in this PGA tour event, which usually is not allowed because he had his meniscus cut out. And he has osteoarthritis he says he can walk up a hill. He can't walk down a hill. So the PGA said, listen, we'll let you use a golf cart for this event. Well, that didn't go over real well with some people on the tour. Tiger Woods was asked. If he thought it was, okay. The John Daly is using a golf cart and take it. Listen to his response as far as JD taken a cart. Well, I walked with a broken leg. So. Ooh, I love shots fired because you go back to that two thousand eight US open. That's the one Tiger Woods won. And he had a bum leg, and he still won the tournaments and John Daly's out here using a golf cart at these guys. All these guys all talk trash trash talk use any malice. Harmful that I think it's Larry I think it's great. And I can't wait to see. How John Daly responds. I'm said this for a long time. There aren't many people that could steal the thunder of Tiger Woods what he's in the lead and heading to the eighteenth. But the John Daly fans might be the one group that could because they're like the happy Gilmore fans there tailgate there to go to the bar to get hammered. They're going to hooters after the John Daly fans are a breed of their own. So let me ask you this. You're the golf guy of this show here nine of tiger. And John Daly. They're tied for the lead there walking to eighteenth. Who are more people rooting for in that facility? Oh, man. I guess it depends on where they're at. Who who's cheering? So this weekend's the PGA championship. I think it's at Bethpage this weekend. And. I'm going to say daily. It would never have a million years. I don't think that scenario who knows though tiger. There were people have predicted. Tiger would never win a major championship. Again. Look what happened at Augusta right? Put trying daily. Digress. Woods who you're going to force me say I think I'm thinking daily because we bought into the whole story with Tiger Woods, right. We love a good comeback story. What better comeback story that a big fat womanizing cheeseburger eating shotgun beer-drinking making his way back to the top of the PGA success story right there? Yeah. That'd be that'd be interesting to watch. I still I wanna see what John Daly says in response to that. Because there could be good old-fashioned trash talking. Amongst a pro. Golfers will John Daly walk up to figure it does mouth. Yes. Or no. He certainly been known to before at least set it on the usually when I go golfing golf with somebody that smoke it and they'll take their cigarette and just laid on the on the t box on the ground on the grass, right? Hit the ball. Pick back up there cigar or cigarette in move along their merry way. Sports brought to you by Royal spa, relaxing way to end the day, Royal spa TK dub around of is it racist? It's time to play..
"pj jim" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Joke like here. It's the bird winding up on one of the kids heads, and that's it. Yeah. You're really spending ninety percent of the. Time in in in fantasy world. Okay. Keep so I think that what we should do when we get to the end of talking about the show is just talk about pros and cons. If you are a parent, and you are looking for something to your kids. Attention is a good show to put them on. And ultimately have them become obsessed with. Yeah, I think it's harmless. It's not a suit. It's not super knowing. We're of course, very blessed that we're not growing up in the age of like, there's only one channel and Barney's on. So you're not stuck for an hour. You could do way worse than than PJ masks. Yeah. You know, what it is? It's mindless like I've been in the room for probably every episode. But literally, none of it has gotten into my head Ryo could on my phone during it or I'm paying attention. It's the theme song is not aggressively. Ryan trading into your skull. I think it's fine. It's not the best show ever. But it's it's totally like harm. It's well made if you have to I don't know if we should come up with what? The scale is that we're judging? But if you have to be in the room, you're not gonna wanna pull your hair out. It's it's not annoying. The theme song is fine eights. If you get stuck in your head. You're you don't wanna murder yourself. So overall, I think it's a fine show to have to be absorbing as a parent now on the downside. I think that there's a couple things one. There seems to be a lot of tying to the merchandising. And so you have to spend a lot of money on PJ masks, toys accessories. Yeah. It is a hard sell. My son has a lot of the stuff, and he's got to PJ masks knapsacks of your kids have him. I have the whole Cy can build a diorama of the recreate the events of this episode with absolutely. Yeah. You got all the characters even the bad guys. They sell they he's very into it. Right. It's nothing special. I I do think that this show will not have long legs. I don't I don't know if it's going to last generation's like I'm not sure even though even though it's relatively like the show could have easily existed in the eighties. Like, there's nothing time sensitive about it. Just I don't know. It's so probably not much. Sure. If it's gonna stand says time it could be wrong. Yeah. I'm shorting it. I'm shorting PJ. Jim asks, then I I just need to keep going with this episode count. I mean, two seasons not a franchise make so you gotta get syndication. But that's that, you know, by the way, one of the reasons they do that is because like then on the crew gets more money TV shows as seasons go, so you're sort of like union leading this final season of breaking bad and. Walking Dead and bring bad do that..