20 Burst results for "Robert Frank"

Red-hot US housing market: January new home sales jump 4.3%

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Red-hot US housing market: January new home sales jump 4.3%

"New home sales figures for January show housing remains one of the strongest segments of the economy demand for new homes surged four point three percent in the U. S. this January according to the commerce department the annual adjusted rate nine hundred and twenty three thousand is stronger than economists were expecting sales of new homes are nineteen point three percent higher than they were last year at this time Robert Frank an economist with navy federal credit union says sales would've been higher if builders could build faster the median price of a new home sold in January was three hundred forty six thousand four hundred dollars persistent demand at low interest rates have pushed prices by percent higher from a year ago outpacing wage gains and the cost of labor and materials like lumber is also rising I'm Jennifer king

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"robert frank" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:21 min | 4 months ago

"robert frank" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Thanks a lot, but it's not good to use the car right now. Right? Well, I mean, the only is I'm not sure if it's gonna possibly leave you stranded and that's what I'm concerned about. You don't want to see that. I don't want to see you stop somewhere for an errand and then get back out in the car won't start for you. So I'm afraid kill. That's why it's important to get it checked out as soon as possible by either Desmond's or Tim's. Yes. Okay. Okay. I really appreciate your help. Thank you so much. I really like missing to you. Thank you, Mary. Appreciate you doing that. Have a Red day. All right, you too. Bye Bye. Bye. Bye. Now. I got to keep that vehicles radio from switching. AM FM That's just got to stop. Herb is in Perry whole. Hello there, Mr Herb. Good morning, Dave. How you doing? I'm doing well. Good morning, Herb. Already happy New Year and I have a 2017 Chevy equinoxes. Okay, happened there too Sure. Okay, has the 20 it, says the 2.44 leader. And if force on around here so under under which you met? Uh huh. Yep. GM put a ton of these things and all different kinds of vehicles. Yeah, that's a very popular engine. Yeah. Anyway, I'm up around 70,000 miles on this vehicle now, Okay? And I'm starting to notice. It's using a bit of a wall. All right. I think it's a lot. Uh, I had it up to 3500 miles of slashed around before I change the oil and it was down to courts. Okay? That is that there's something Hmm, it is there. Something I can do. Is there an additive or something Just seems to me that's an awful lot of old to be using, because the recommended change. Intervals. 5000 right. I would recommend a product called r F seven as in Robert Frank seven. It's a biggie product. You can get it at GM there in Kingsville. And also Bel Air. OK, you could go them shop. They may have it in stock. They should. If they don't, they can get it for you without a problem. It's called R F seven as in Robert Frank, seven. It is an all additive. It's a better way to do it is to have that added with brand new oil, but you can add it with older will, too, But I recommend getting the synthetic oil change done at the same time having the R F seven added. So you may want to call GM and get an appointment with them. Tow do that, But it really is a good quality product. It usually cuts that oil consumption at least in half or not more. And it's a very good product, so I would definitely recommend that. I mean, I did a little research online, and it seems like there's a lot of people have the same problem once these engines get some miles on them, and there was a class action suit with GM on a previous generation. He sanctions and they were saying that the rings had a problem and the direct injectors were having a problem calls in that. Well, valve seals. Also that they have another situation could cause that too. So the rings and the valve seals the R F seven will help okay by making them more pliable, and that makes them seal better. So that's why I believe this R F seven product is going to help you. Okay, well, I'll give that stuff a shot for a couple of rounds and I'll get back to you Let you know that worked as that Sounds Okay. Do you need GM's phone number? Now I live right the brood from him on it right where they are Very good. Sounds good. Appreciate that so much. Thanks for thank you already. Taking a break back in just a few moments. I'm Dave Cereal. It's Saturday morning. And that means you ought to know 8 to 10 right here on CBM from the Broadway show. Dear Evan Hansen. This is waving through a window. I've learned to slam on the brake before I even turn the key before I make the mistake before I lead with the worst of me, give them no reason to stare. Most living a before you slip away, so I got nothing to share. No, I got nothing to say that out. Step.

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LVMH Countersues Tiffany Over Merger

CNBC's Fast Money

02:04 min | 7 months ago

LVMH Countersues Tiffany Over Merger

"Lvmh has filed a counter lawsuit against Tiffany. That's just the latest piece of drama going in that ongoing merger dispute between the two luxury brands. Robert Frank joins us now with the latest here, and this is getting to be a pretty bad divorce in a marriage that hasn't even happened yet. That's right dominance. The latest shot fired Mike. Call the battle of the here lvmh filing a counterclaim against tiffany in Delaware Chancery Court. Now, this is a response to Tiffany's lawsuit filed earlier. This month that sought to force lvmh to proceed with that deal to buy tiffany for sixteen billion dollars now lvmh complaining that here's how it starts out. This is the first line. The business lvmh proposed to acquire November of twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, no longer exists. What remains is a mis manage business with no end to its problems insight and it just gets worse from there dom now. Alleges there was a material adverse effect here it says that the pandemic created extraordinary damage to tiffany and this is important. There was no carve out in the deal agreement for pandemic. Now, the core of the complaint is really that tiffany has been mismanaged. It says that tiffany paid dividends when it shouldn't have that it cut marketing and s GNA expenses that will actually cost future. Sales and said that luxury companies in the US have a bleak future saying that ninety percent of Tiffany's sales are brick and mortar stores. You don't WanNa be that kind of retail right now and eighty percent of those brick and mortar stores that typically has our shopping malls. Now lvmh also cites a letter from the French foreign minister that says, it is impossible to close that transaction. That's what Lvmh's saying and the trial for all of this set to begin on January fifth dom. So we'll see whether the judge gets to hear all this where they reached some kind of settlement. Before whether they reach a deal at a lower price, a lot's going to happen in the next couple of months before that trial.

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"robert frank" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"robert frank" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"I agree with you that if you get outside of it it'd be great but part what. I'm trying to point out. There is that he's the positional good issue as an example for so long we have built a set of public values and a conversation around the good of private consumption and the bad corrupt inefficient narrative of public sector of public sector investment. That it's actually hard to just pass the policies gate the other side of that. It's like okay. You have this huge consumption tax. What it's all going to the government to do what with bright. Why should the most powerful argument on tax cuts which George W Bush always used very effectively is the government should let you spend your own money and the idea there is of course you will know how to spend better than they will Which you're a little bit taking issue with not that you would not spend it better but that pay be people been locked into a competition which is hurting them. Even though it's individually rational but I don't think you can just kind of jump over. The degree of like social changes will require. It's one reason why to me. I was surprised you didn't focus a little bit more. Like how do you get people to change how they're individually relating to these social conditions and ideas in the book row? Let let me. I try to reassure you that I'm not naive to the the challenge of making progress on this front I I've caught my first. Real book was published in Nineteen Eighty five. The title was choosing the Ripon. It had the guts of this positional competition argument. All laid out clearly in it. It came out in January of that year. I thought What it came out that By Oh baby the fall term in the House and Senate. There would be bills wending their way through both of those houses incorporating my ideas for how we could shift the distribution of spending in the country of course nothing at all like that has happened in in the decades since that book came out I've made essentially zero progress in persuading people to adopt these policies. So so yes I accept your observation that this is a very tough nut to crack. So that's point number one on the other hand. Is it not worth continued effort to explore these issues in conversation? I I rarely have any regrets about not being extremely wealthy but if I had wealth of the level of Mike Bloomberg or or time Steinmeyer and wanted to influence the political conversation. I think what I would do would be to go to Pixar. I would hire away their best animation team and I would construct a ten minute video Explaining why tax increases to pay for public investment would be essentially painless for the people who had to pay them And it's it's as we just rehearsed very simple argument. There's no progressive scheme on the table. That's going to threaten a rich person's ability to buy what she needs That's that that's not going to happen. what would they be worried about? Well they won't be able to buy the special extras that they want. Okay that's a fair thing to worry about. What our special extras. They are by their very nature. Things that are in short supply are enough of for everybody to have one a a penthouse apartment with a three hundred sixty degree view of the city in harbor. It people all in a circle all want that apartment. Had you get those things they're scarce You have to bid against other people like you who want them and if you pay higher taxes and the people like you who also want that apartment pay higher taxes your relative bidding power in those kinds of auctions is completely unaffected by that and so what that means in effect is that those dollars are free. We can give them to the public. Investment Bucket Have Them Fund increases in hospital surge capacity have them build stocks of ventilators have them invest in? Vaccine Research. Have them fix? The roads and bridges have them invest more in the schools all without making any painful sacrifices in the private sphere. That's a simple story. There is not one serious behavioral scientists in the country who would dispute the main premise behind it. Which is that beyond a certain point. Further increases in many forms of private consumption. Don't really produce any measurable impact on health or satisfaction. And so why wouldn't we want to do? Those things I think of people understood that raising the revenue to decarbonised the economy and to be better prepared for the next pandemic could be achieved without requiring any painful sacrifices from anyone. Why wouldn't they WANNA do that? Why wouldn't they want to vote for politicians? Who would propose to do that? And and in the case of Jay Inslee who's one of the politicians I most admire on the scene. Yes he fought valiantly for that measure but he was outspent by the fossil fuel industry by orders of magnitude perhaps even they ran a huge ad campaign and managed to persuade people but but if we had the resources to explain the way of Carbon Dividend fee and rebate scheme would work impossible that it wouldn't pass think about how would work the the top tenth of the income earners worldwide. Use Half of all the energy. It's less than that in the US so if we did it here it wouldn't be quite as dramatic as that. But most of the revenue would come from high income people. The most of the revenue from a carbon fee would come from them. The low income people use much less energy than than others. They pay and much less the carbon fee if we then took the revenue from that fee and gave it back to the people who paid it in in a progressive fashion so high-income people don't get anything back. Low and middle income families get a monthly rebate. Check those low and middle income families would get a rebate check each month that was bigger than the amount they had paid in in carbon fees that month so simultaneously. They'd have an incentive to switch more carbon light methods of production and consumption. They get more money to spend each month on on things that they care about. Why couldn't you get a majority of people to vote for that So I think Laying out the case clearly but then investing in the communication to explain it to people is just. That's an unavoidable set of steps that we've got to go through and it's tough something that always strikes me on this and I think goes to to the heart of it. I mean the climate change examples. Very specific in the sense of there has been a huge and decades extraordinarily funded Effort by fossil fuel interest to to that from happening but even in this broader issue of consumption verses investment. Something that more economists took seriously in the Mid twentieth century is the idea that the growth of the advertising sector which you will hear on this podcast if you have listened through the ads that is a distortive economic condition. I mean John Kenneth. Galbraith wrote a lot about this and this idea that advertising going to matter in terms of shaping and reshaping people's demand Structure Demand a priorities. And so we have billions and billions and billions and billions of dollars. Spent every year. Trying to get you to want everything you could possibly imagine and it again. It supports things like say the media but the idea. There's nothing like that for bridges. Nothing like that for a lot of farms of public investment. Nothing of decarbonisation and I. It's interesting it's something that when I go back and read like Mid Twentieth Century economic debates it was all over that I mean there's just constant and now you almost never hear about it at all like it faded into the background of the economic discourse. Just take it for granted. I think people assume advertising is not that effective on the margin but of course it's effective in some way in the aggregate and it just strikes me as another way in which people have particularly in economics profession occasionally. Just stop looking at. What is right in front of our faces. Maybe because to look into clearly would be a little bit too disruptive. I've got a couple of reactions that one is. I think it's true that we have much less information about the potential gains to us in terms of quality of life. And and other things we care about of additional investment in the public sphere. That's partly because nobody's telling us what those gains would be. Nobody's dramatizing them in the way. Private product advertisers a managed to do so successfully for their product. So I think there's a very strong case for spending more on that kind of information production again as I say if I had a great wealth I would spend a fair amount of money on exactly that kind of message And there's a good case that the government should be spending more on that to the idea that we would have efficient spending patterns if there were no private advertising. I think though this not square with what we know about human behavior The problem in in the house Example that that we talked about early on is that no matter how much everybody bids for a house in a good school district. Half of all kids out. There are going to go to the bottom half schools. That's just a constraint imposed by the mathematics of musical chairs and so If you and I bid more intensively for house in a better school district. That's totally rational for us to do as individual families but the aggregate effect of that is really bid. Up The prices of the houses in the better school districts. They'll half of the kids go to bottom half schools. The only way we solve a problem like that is through collective action so you could save exhort. Save more than the nudge movement Says we need to remind people that saving is a an important thing That fell eat cat food in retirement. They don't say save or we need to make participation in 401k's of default option. Well that's important to do agree but that doesn't solve the problem because if you have access to your savings some families are gonNA take their savings and bid for house in a better school district and if you don't do that it's your kids who go to the bad schools. So of course you'll do that to. How do we keep people from doing that? The only way we manage to get enough income into people's hands in retirement where they didn't have to eat cat. Food of a large fraction of them was to give them a social security check each month and the only way we could do that was the only way we figured out how to do that was to tax payrolls to generate the revenue. That would then be used to finance the checks to them. They did not have access to savings that they could raid and used for forbidding for a house in a better school district so an absence of advertising. We would still end up with a gross consumption imbalance. People would be involved in arms races Left and right and we wouldn't get the mix of spending that would be best suited to promote healthy and prosperous lives. Parents are taking on a lot right now. I feel I feel that deeply. We're working at home trying to stay. On top of our kids education..

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"robert frank" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Science Salon

"It's the New England a small New England. Yeah but nothing. Yeah and what about economists Ted Ted Nord House Who writes about the old order? Bit Bill House in And then Bjorn Lomborg. He's not economists economists but more of a statistician but you know his arguments and so their argument is you could spend a trillion a year. Whatever by twenty one hundred will reduce the the The temperature by half a degree or one degree or something whereas if we spent the money you know so it depends. What the goal if we spend the money on mosquito nets and potable water and and food for poor countries? So you'd save way more lies than we'd lose if it got three degrees warmer. You know these kind of cost benefit analyses. Yeah we're going to be doing Ponti of mitigation to The the technologies that we would deploy are for the most part clean gene There there are if you think about the existing in industries that we rely on for power. The the number of jobs jobs that we're losing in coal and other other fossil fuels. Each year are swamped by the number of new jobs that were seeing installing solar the panels building wind turbines. So it's it's not like we would become poorer if we made these investments where the the contraction of the the tax scheme I propose is to transfer money that would be spent on very high end consumption otherwise his And and if there's anyone conclusion and there's a huge and very contentious actually literature on the determinants of human wellbeing And and the one most rock solid finding in it is that beyond a certain point if the houses get bigger for everyone. Nobody it gets any happier. If you spend more on weddings beyond some point. Nobody gets any happier if you but but that assumes that the happiness is the measure sir. We're we want why. Why should it be happiness? You want. You'd rather be happy than unhappy. But but I can tolerate less happiness happiness but more meaningful purposeful. Yes of course. You'd WANNA be happier rather than less happy if you could do that without giving any anything else up that you care about. And if you could enact a policy that would prevent people at the top from going from ten thousand square feet to fifteen thousand square feet. Actually if they if they went from ten thousand fifteen thousand square feet not only would they not get happier. They'd get less happy just so much more bother to I I WANNA be. I have a twenty six hundred square foot house if it the okay sign and that is planning so these studies that you say you know like people would rather have a five thousand square foot And so on. I don't want to five thousand square foot house but you you. You don't want a house that's cheaper than everyone else has. Because then your kid would go to a bad well in the neighborhood thing but I was thinking about this reading your book when I move Santa Barbara. For years ago. We bought a house that some investors had tore down and built a new house so I now have the nicest house on my block. Okay I don't want the nicest house on my block because the moment I bought it just for fun like three months later I looked up on one of those real estate things and it dropped opted like two hundred thousand dollars in value the moment I bought it. It's like oh I see because all the other houses on average or lower because they they make those estimates of Value House based stunt houses that are sold in the neighborhood and thought. Oh I see I want like a middle or maybe lower and all the big mansions pull me up. Anyway the The wealthy the people who have we would not raise money for decarbonising economy by taxing the poor or the middle income is the one random santer the one point really sutton banks was. That's where the money is if you want money to decarbonised. That's where you have to go and it does people. I don't think they would tell you. They're worried about somebody. Enacting a tax bill that would threaten their ability to buy what they need need. I mean they just not on the table right. What are you worried about then You know life's not just about what you need. It's about what you want. There is in life that you want I want. We all want their scarce. That's what it means to be specialists to be a relative concept concept and how do you get the things that there aren't enough of of course you have to bid for them in our system that's pavers. Don't don't much etched matter in our system that way so you bid bid for them if your taxes go up and my taxes go up and we each want the same penthouse apartment That apartments go to the same high bidders before it's relative bidding power that matters for that and and that's completely unaffected by how high the top tax rate is. It's it's in a way free money we could. We could take a much bigger bite. Out of those lows to divert that money to Building the infrastructure to generate emission free energy for. Everybody of the poor people can't inst- install the stuff on their own. We're GONNA have to figure out a way to pay for that. That's what you call the mother of all cognitive illusions. The rich think it would hurt them. Yeah if we tax even if the rich people like Warren Buffett Goes I. I don't mind paying more taxes I should but but it's like the average guy who's a republican or Conservative who's never going to be Warren Buffett. He's never going to be affected by those still says. I'm against it because here I think they're you're you're analyzing and his from a utilitarian perspective his happiest greatest number of greatest good for the greatest number so we have this collective action. Let's look at the most effective policy or whatever they average guy who's say conservative is is is coming out from a rights perspective. I don't care what the effects are. It's my right to keep my property that I earn. I don't care if I make ten thousand a year. In Buffett makes ten million in a year. It's the same principle. Well we we think rights are important and they are and they are sure But then then you have to have a conversation. Nation about which rights should we enshrine rights cost money to enforce Enforcing them has consequences. I'm quite costly police. So them so. In the example we talked about earlier. Do I have a right to smoke. In light of the fact that my smoking will harm others by making them or their children more likely to become smokers. Well that's just an empirical question Russian in the end. If if I'm causing more harm to others than the benefit I get from the the right to smoke unfettered been You could not put together a voluntary society in in which people would vote to enforce that right that that would be a right. That wouldn't pass the electoral test. You think there are natural rights just as a sidebar here or we just invent them and we defend them and if we didn't defend them we wouldn't have those rights you know. I think we resist using cost benefit tests that we think there are just certain basic. Kick things that we need to do no matter what the cost and benefits are so if somebody said well if we executed an innocent man the public square that reduce crime by enough to save way way more than the value of a life. We would say no we. We don't think that's an adequate defense of the proposal to execute so you're against the death penalty even if it could be proved physically that it reduces crime. I don't think it can be but let's say that that data came in see I'd still be against it. We we're talking here about executing an innocent man. I hope everybody's GonNa say I mean just capital against that pivot here just to get 'cause you're an interesting interesting thinker You think about these things capital punishment. Somebody just submitted an article the skeptic that I didn't accept because it wasn't well argued or written but the argument was that I can show. Oh and he just had basic correlation statistics death penalty goes up and actual executions. Go up crime rates. Go down. Well he was doing this in the nineties when it was plummeting limiting after ninety-three for other reasons anyway but but let's say that turned out to be true like okay. I have the data shows capital. I'd still be against it because I don't want the state to have that much power to execute people and particularly because of the innocence project data showing some probably ten twenty percent are innocent people being executed and so we we were talking earlier about the strategic importance of asking the right questions. And and so when I'm in a conversation with a pro capital it'll punishment advocate. I I asked finally in the discussion. How many innocent people would you be prepared to execute in order to UH execute the guilty and nobody wants to give you a number one percent? I have one because given that prosecutors have their own incentives. They want convictions. They WANNA be tough on crime and given the imperfections of legal representation. That are bound to Eric. Drives a lot of the cases. We know innocent. People are going to get execute now. If you ask somebody who wants wants to execute people how many do you think would be the right number to tolerate in order to be able to continue executing people. They won't go there and I think the fact that they they realized they can't go there. They can't answer. That question gives at least some of them pause when they try to defend their position. GOING ARGUMENT I make with conservatives. Served is like you're against big government right. Yeah I hate the government. I don't want that government coming in and doing things to me but you want them to execute people but that's different because these bad people. What about the ones that are innocent saint saint problem so here again? I think There's a lot of this in your book also in these issues of conflicting rights or between rights and utilitarian type moral arguments so like on abortion. I mostly a utilitarian. Because the the rights of the mother and the rights of the defeat is they sorta cancel out like I can see arguments for both but you take on a utilitarian perspective. Women do not have that freedom bad things things happen. Yeah we know the outcomes are going to be worse on almost every dimension it the way I am. Mr You with conservatives. Give me once as you and I both want to reduce the amount of abortions right. And what's the problem is not abortions. The problem is unwanted pregnancy. Yes yes okay. Why are women getting will educate lack of education La- birth control lack of economic empowerment? So we can solve the problem with empowering Green Women Educating Women in birth control and they usually pivot to but the rights of the fetus. It's like the I agree with you on the fetus. But we want to reduce so we ended up to. I'm talking utilitarian and they're talking rights. It's like we're just talk capacity. Yeah it's it's a very difficult issue to make progress on the way I once thought of the issue so the the question is.

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"robert frank" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"It was just watching that, John come on, man. Like you got to like, try the decaf you gotta chill out. You gotta take care of yourself a little bit here, man. You can't be getting wound up all the time and I got curious. Because I was thinking somebody mentioned this phenomenon me and I went and I looked up John Burke again. And I saw this video he posted on his Facebook and he had this, like, come to Jesus moment, where he realized like all that vet Bros stuff is just negative and count. Productive. And it's not. You're not helping yourself. You're not helping other people, you're just kind of like participating in the social media outrage. And, and he was like, yeah. For a while, you know, I was chasing the likes and the clicks and all this kind of stuff, and, but I was just making myself sicker. And I realized that a lot of the people that broS were into this stuff. They don't really care about you. They don't care if you're a veteran, you're holding a gun to your head, like they really do not care about you at all. It's just participating in this sort of, like emotional exile tation on the internet. And so it was very interesting to see John kind of come to that moment of realize -ation, and now he's trying to turn his thing turn. Himself around, I guess, to try to interact with people in a more positive way. So I really appreciated seeing that actually good for him with with social media like, especially with. I mean, we'd have to ask him personally, but, like how much of it do you think is like you said he was chasing likes and he admits it is he you think he's playing a character like he knows like look you know, in order to get the most eyeballs, like I got a crank your. Working on a former wrestling podcast. It's like you take a. The best wrestlers made like you acted like yourself. And then you just turned it up to eleven. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So you think that was obviously he probably agreed with most of the stuff he was saying. But you think just like magnified it too, I think he got wrapped up and started believe in his own care. And e oh and he see. Right. That's a problem. Now, there are other people on social media, who are playing a character like Robert Frank. You know that guy. Why can't you be June? Jim Brose super sets of twelve in the two I love Robert Frank, but he's playing a character. He knows a character. He knows exactly what he's doing. And he's doing it for comedy for fun. So I, I think that's okay. That's perfectly. Okay, you're doing it for fun. It's a joke. We all know what to joke and, you know, Robert Frank is a totally, like normal guy, I think normally but you checkout him for checkout. Robert Franken on stuff is hysterical media for yourself. He's, he's really funny. He's really funny because they really does play the Jim bro perfect. And he knows it so well, because he's over in jersey. He's, he knows that, like a couple of bucks, italian-american community or head like he knows. He knows that world very well. But I don't think he's really a meathead, Jim, bro. Although he is in great shape. I mean he's he looks the part. I'm not not saying is but he looks upon. Yeah. But he, I think he's a fairly normal down to earth guy, actually and, you know, again, that's okay. If you if you know that, you know, you know, you're playing a character, it's okay, but you don't wanna believe your own BS. No. And I think what I mean Alex Jones is the first guy that comes to mind like he's like he's nuts. Right. But how much? If he's playing a character..

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St. Marys women fall on last-second shot by UC Davis Morgan Bertsch

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

03:18 min | 2 years ago

St. Marys women fall on last-second shot by UC Davis Morgan Bertsch

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Saint Mary's women fall on last second shot by UC Davis's Morgan. Birch Morgan Birch hit a jumper with a second remaining Monday as host UC Davis adds Saint Mary's seventy six to seventy four on Monday night. The Gaels Emily Cottingham hit a three pointer with four seconds left to tie the game. Birds continued a game high twenty two points for the aggies. Seven five Nina solo added fourteen Madeline Holland paste, the Gaels five to four with seventeen points and Sydney regio had sixteen Meghan McCain had fourteen points and fourteen rebounds. Arizona sixty two tip forty Ari McDonald, led a balanced attack with fifteen points and dished out nine assists. As the host Wildcats nine one one easily McDonald is second in the NCWA in scoring with an average of twenty five point seven points per game. Briefly Baylor fell out of the top five for the first time. A nearly a year after losing at Stanford on Saturday. The lady bears dropped from third to six in the AP poll after losing sixty eight to sixty three to the then number eleven cardinal Stanford moved up to eighth Connecticut and Notre Dame still are the top two teams in the country. Callous number fourteen the bears host Yukon on Saturday afternoon. Men Sabin Lee scored fourteen points to lead five players in double figures and sharp shooting. Vanderbilt beat number eighteen Arezzo state eighty one to sixty five in Nashville Vanderbilt snapped an eight game skid against ranked opponents the Commodores seven two also beat Arizona state eight to for the first time in five tries on the sun. Devils first visit to memorial gym number eleven Florida's state eighty five southeast, Missouri. Sixty eight Trent Forrest scored a career-high twenty three points and freshman. Devon vassal added sixteen as the Seminoles nine one recovered from. Sluggish first half and beat the redhawks. Five seven Utah ninety three Florida AM sixty four Parker Van Dyke scored a career-high twenty points while making a career high six three pointers to lead the host youths five five over the Rattlers three nine TIMMY, Allen and Cedric bear field added sixteen points. A piece for the Oregon state eighty two Pepperdine sixty seven Cuyler Kelly set a school record with nine blocks and added ten points and nine rebounds as the host beavers seven three beat the waves six six Washington state ninety four writer eighty Robert Franks had twenty five points, twelve rebounds and five assists as the host Cougars. Six three beat the Bronx for four briefly, Kansas Duke and Tennessee were one two three and the AP top twenty five poll for the second straight week. Meanwhile, reigning national champion Villanova fell out for a second time Gaza which lost the number one ranking. After a loss to Tennessee on December ninth fell four spots to eighth after Saturday's loss at North Carolina.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

"If you've ever get scared during the day do you get scared during the day where you're like fuck i should be doing that lies should be just have a keyboard on my lap or something i told myself and how i justified i was like well if i stopped working i'll have all this time to create content that come up with and i'll always be my notepad writing down different skits in different videos and of lama to start blogging gun nelson do all day i'll just fucking flos the minute i stopped working it was almost like a switch turned off where my brain also shuttles when i was not creative anymore i was like i was having trouble like putting ideas down on paper now it doesn't translate that way because i'm always outset but i was i was so much for creative when i was on the company dime sinking of all this so always that way yes so yeah it's it's it's it's interesting but we're we're making it happen and it's a it's it's really fun in the traveling that i'm doing now meeting people that i never thought i'd meet going place i never thought i'd go it's it's like it's a dream but you always have to be real yourself in it can end tomorrow you know what i mean so advantage why you can't and you can make this i know it's a long story but if you can make it short because i think a lot of people would appreciate the story of how you did that switch now like you know you kind of mentioned in there a little bit how you're getting your balls busted at work and then you finally said fuck it and you jumped off and just did your own thing just drop that because i think that's that's a pretty inspirational story because a lot of people go through that same thing that are doing all these things and they're scared if their job finds out if their family finds out and this and that and you just did it.

"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

"Well i mean ah quick story a guy by the name sure you're familiar with his name is c t fletcher came out years ago saying that he trained arms every single day for year because he wanted his arms to get bigger and guess what that motherfucker has got some big ass so they're the people that are saying that you need to give you can't train the same body or two days in a row you need to give yourself rast you need rest as you need to train your whole body and i mean this is a shoot i really don't train lex i because i don't want to i don't plan on competing i don't give a fuck to do legs i i'd much rather do chester arms ben spend time doing the leg day i don't give a fuck about not being or schnitt and i'm still not as much as i was because my shoulder but i'm still pretty fucking jack's so people that are saying oh if you don't do your legs your upper bodies not gonna grow that's fucking shit i think a lot of it i think ninety percent of everything that you read in book that supposed to be science is is for shit hey guys mark james here and i wanted to talk to you about a problem that plagues us all and that's thing thing you know nothing turns off your partner more than a condom that smells like sour rubber glide has eliminated the unpleasant odor with your clean formula which is also nontoxic and certified vegan so if the only meat sheets is yours than urine luck my friend glide condoms are made for men in love by women because they are nontoxic do not cause irritation the only thing you want roughing up your women's poon is you guys glide condoms come in three sizes slim fit tight ultra standard which is made for most men in maxine yell that's for the unicorns wearing the right condom size matters when it comes to pleasure and performance for both partners so checkout glide condoms that's g l y at glide america dot com.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

"Exactly the hell on a dodge straight to the uk was on a plane going in route to spanish holiday island grand canaria but they were forced to make this emergency landing it said that that this is how fucking overblown everything is and how much of a pussy a lot of people are obviously you at the gym with this shit smelling guy you didn't vomit or faint but there's passengers on board this flight that vomited in fainted and they had to land the plane as a medical emergency not only because it's guy smell like shit but because people are passing out and vomiting on the plane but grow fuck it said you may actually they were filming airplane three hey bo you like gladiator pictures of them well that trans translate put the fuck is called trans savior airlines is actually the same airlines that several months ago we did a story about a guy that kept farting on the plane the kicked off yes i remember them fucking like what the fuck the never ends you can't pull any shit on their planes men watch their next sponsor up anyhow let's let's jump off now it's back to robert frank here i wanted to ask you before i owned a gym and and you'll laugh at me because i was a i was a kettle bell instructor but not like the bullshit kettle cross fit like real deal russian keto bell shit and that we did that with jitsu kind of hand in hand with it wasn't like you can have a bunch of fucking like you know forty five pound plates everywhere he just couldn't do it with kettlebells we can hide him and shit but i wanted to ask you how much of working out do you think is a myth because there is a science out there at least a science quote unquote but it seems that you defy the science you have you don't take restes you don't do days you don't dead lift where do you draw the line on the real deal and like the total ask crap like what's the biggest misconception out there.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Poop Culture

"Y'all yeah thing cryan granddad laws yeah welcome back to the program fellow poopers for yet another week of the show that you yes you have helped make the number one show in the number two category of course the poop culture podcast i am mar james alongside me as the rest of the gang of grunge i it's the l copy tan of the crapper the leader of the latrine rickman crush and he's the bastard lovechild of dolly parton dave kuei beverly beverly the angelo and dale earnhardt jr from a wild weekend at watkins glen it's bobi craft and gentlemen are honorary fourth horseman of the poop pakalitha this week has amassed the following almost as massive as is upper body he's the master of the rage video in the host of the glorious house of gains podcast the muscle headed metric of social media mr robert frank robert thanks for stopping mother stalls man no worries man how are you too bad thanks just me or is it like just having you on here i just wanna scream i just wanna fucking.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Well it's not effort at lake skin chicks can do lower body they gotta work on the booty but um i you know she's got like a real job now so she can't be what's at about hits bullshit we gotta get her out of that but i have you ever had a real gem yeah used to sell insurance man for five you why i was a team sir for i worked for union for fifteen years and we all got laid off i managed jim for like a year and a half and then i sold insurance for five years and now i just do like uh now you're robert frank i'm robber francs 247 that's racing you love love it i love it do you are just kinda do stuff whenever or d are you real driven to like you know schedules stuff audi disarm now we have in our date these guys keep me on track on we uh who we have monthly meetings where we plan outskits in right outages harry's meetings yeah oh no we do that again redo meetings man it's getting ratings and um now we right out for the next couple of weeks or months of where what we're gonna do skates what day we're going to release in a good thing with my child's i don't post a lot post maybe two times a week so economy you could stretchered out a little bit as well vargas other that post like every day and why are you guys keep coming up with this content but were more about quality over quantity so i've seen you doing some on you know some uh post's about donald trump and some things like that would what would you do if you were present begin checkmate donald trump and rubber frank was in charge we have a inclined bench on every street air i i would think so yeah well first of all everybody would have to have jim membership we and i have no that mufflers walking around um but now if i was president it'd be mandatory that everyone be uh jack tanja sees fuck and uh yeah that's everyone's has got to train upper body for sure well it's it's a wade said chest visit chest and back now chest chest is monday through thursday biceps triceps friday and saturday and if you're not to hung over whatever on sunday morning.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Have you ever been injured training uh yes are naturally i found out about an injury that i had not too long ago heavy um torn rotator cuff and torn biceps tendon in my right shoulder by set yet and i've been training with it since two thousand fourteen and just altering how i work out and it just it sucks you discuss slingshot or two i mean i've i've maybe what's your favorite food favorite stake i'll favorite tv show why am i drawn a blank here you authority walking dead are they all i can walk in walking dead before walking down the jersey shore walking have walking dead i you know i've been i've been following along since the first season and not just seems like it's i don't know it's it's sometimes he shows it seems like they're just making up shit as they go along uh i'm sure they arm for the lira lee road and half hoses ably follows the comics loose laurelai but then obviously they got a switch it up but it kinda drags on near like you know want some episodes our fucking terrible you could always bank on the first episode of the season the last episode of the season delight your they always split it up in minutes lazily region episode gag yet terry three or four good episodes out of sixteen so without a final what about movies uh movies movies movies um i really don't watch any new movies butts like uh i'm a big star wars sitting there with 80s movies on all the ara sarwar at shuttle an idea of yeah lost boys godfathers shit like that would you think of the new newest star wars was not a fan of the new the newest one that came out land in.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Uh trenbolone in sandwiches trump baloney sandwiches yeah they're good as fuck uh me like a drive through business it's a i mean it took me forever because obviously name in this podcast by the way a trend baloney sandwiches trimble at this this podcast was brought to you by trim baloney sandwiches the um no it took me a very long time to gain weight because i don't have the normal like uh split that people do lying i train a lot differently and you're really not going to grow that much training chest an armed every day you know what i mean sell smoky right in this down yeah it's uh our chest an arms everyday us an arms every day then yup it's an upper by recruits at your wrestling van recruit said back in the day and steve austin ask them how can we don't train legs he goes its upper body business nobody gives vogue about legs men i've heard i've heard you said before and yet upper by a kind of is and it isn't it providing business damages think about a picture picture you out of the bar picture not married i'm engaged on a gate of i have a fiancee so but just picture the normal deal you can only ever you side chipped for exactly like four um she's not listen to this who she now hope narrow eightyear at the bar you've got a sick pump the bars crowded your what are the girls going to say they're going to see you from the waste up that's right and by the time he get them home thank you give aggrey legs anyway he already guy you're in they're like swimwear so they just care about the biceps and the pack i said peaks get the freaks and the sheets vevey him he's got he's he's got all the rams gone.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Yeah i know like uh i'll you know might one from new york but when i lived in ohio and stuff rely on as older i kinda recognizes like what the fuck is everybody here so tan um you know and people on the east coast allies himes or more tan and a lot of people on the west coast asia you've let train fake and big baby is they fucking hit up the old the old 10 in bed right exactly you do anything in particular with your diet uh from it all depends on like what i'm trying to get ready four but as of the the war on carbs man yeah i tried monday at least monday through friday charta really limit the carbs saturday and sunday icon of fall off nuggets i'm not gonna lie but uh i'm doing really well mid week and it's just high protein moderate fats and uh the carbs i try to keep you know just too like vegetables and stuff like that a little bit that you get from that sound like yang a little bit of the john seen a plan because john seena whose sent standing ray hereby you have already um john seena it goes go his low carb and then his only carved or alcohol while i know a okay shows out and again with that but see the common denominator here here is a he's east coast to right so as that's what's going on that's why up yes john seen i just i watched them on monday may the guys how old is john seena john seena is forty years old for forty even oca proudly agah reiter on forty in a little bit old for he's a little bit younger he's little bit taller he's more jacked the whole thing his african man i mean what what are you gonna do yeah i i don't know some people just fucking they just have at all who knows what he's he's still got it man who knows why i saw a couple of videos where he was lifted in those uh those fake cross fit plates though i yellow it he's not afraid of him okay he's not he's not afraid to get out angled either.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I've got the extra cash for but i got some stuff in the back oh boy really that area you shouldn't aback yay 'cause i got some shit in the back that i i'm gonna go i'm going to go get other show a t n and you can decide you know comes out with twin lab amino fuel to lab amino he's like we've got to keep this in the back we can't have it up front here he's like i had it you know how to get it out of the back again with i remember i remember the air and a lot of the places had the glass cases the be couldn't even touch the shit until you had three employees stand in there yet i didn't buy it 'cause i don't want to give my ass people mcgregor it's probably a good thing you didn't but yeah there i mean you know it's it's evolves so much in and now you know now there's tons of pre workout you mentioned you do you make a lot of pre workout get yourself fired up for sure drink coffee in shit monster energy drinks oh yeah yeah i'm stimulants that's how i run man so that's how you do it as howard that's how i stay awake eu train with these guys you're trying to your body so you are editor yeah we have a good crewman that not only training buddies but they're like a part of the team i mean we do everything together in terms of training together coming up with video ideas together travelled together in were like were like a travelling circus van so you guys train a different jim's himself while we all train at a one of the retro fitness which is big on the east coast and once you remember one retro you can go to any of them and we all live like probably within thirty minutes of each other so we turns go into each other's gems you guys go to tanning beds together uh and not at the same time jimmy is actually at any is oh tanning with them in the same bed but i turned him down he um you got gotta have some sort of line i can also in cross that line.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Bag uh they told me to stay in character they said whatever comes out of this book bag whatever he says whatever he does in character like you're scared death and then that black dildo smacked on the table and he's like robert with the fuck is this and i'm like black dildo sir and then i broke and he broke character he aged ours will be just fuck and died rate their eyes it like it i couldn't i couldn't holden anymore um you know you're you're you're going around now and not just getting out there a little bit more you're coming here to super training and i think you're also going down to bradley martin demery we're gonna bradley martin on friday we got a couple other stops at were make in in la ever try india were going to make the most of this trip you guys skit plan that will that guy because he he's always got something up his arm and not really but i has pie has something in mind yes oh yeah but i'll i'll save that for that day will seve if he wants to do it or not but i figured be fun he's got a pretty awesome jim tell me some of the jim's that you grew up training and because like the east coast this as a different vibes you know like uh when i first started training um i trained in a just a dingy just disgusting like i would say uh rocky three looking type jimmy notice fucking smelled and you know and vip health infant ally alatas alatas his steel and just you know there wasn't a lotta machines or was definitely no cardio equipment right to be found anywhere and it was a dudes working out in now work boots and jeans and coming in from the cold and squat and six hundred pound and had lifted in shit your environment similar in via a definitely the first jim that i ever joined um other than getting like us summer membership when i was like a really little kid uh at like a lifestyle fitness or something um was a gem in new jersey central jersey north brunswick us though there to this still there today um under a different name and it was your stereotypical.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I did so much it yeah i've heard these like don't tories for drinking just pots of coffee oh as i am sure a lot of other things but yet that he was like notorious for that yet bruiser brody um he ended up like getting stabbed in the locker room or salary there and jose gonzalez here in puerto rico of god probably early mid eighty something yet um i just remember him do with the furry boots in the long hair in verses like gathered to cheer him on the wagner near a little kid eddy is on his avid and he was always in characters always doing that uh perryman like doing some weird shit with the honor or what he was doing but there's a lot of those wrestlers from back in the day were scary there is abdul the butcher who an battle after exit channels would brody ah for sure and abdul the butcher was fat and he had it all those uh those big fucking things dug out of his head 'cause you'd bleeds not out of strifetorn queued pull the four counts art stabbing people in the head what it up i remember you get a chance to see rick flares a documentary that the i did not but i'm up and i'm ashamed to say had a big rick flair in fact yeah it was it was really cool yeah i'll be at odds nowhere phanor when the ultimate warrior got big that's kind of when i fell at a wrestling for a while and i didn't get back into it until like the nwfp thing right like a buddy imam was like yo you guys are watching wrestling again there's like some fucking shit going on wrestling it keeps going in waves you know yeah it at at this stage right now it's back to kind of somewhat of being you know pg ish hamidi thirteen a show for sure anna when we were kids when hogan yacht popular and some of those things started to happen um that's when you saw kinda go pg again magno man and ultimate warrior and everybody kind of like fell in line you know and then there was the attitude air and then there was once that happened then there was the debbie cw split up and up now than as the two two different promotions going on at different times you have a you.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"A lots lots of stimulants and heated seats man how long human training for um well what do you consider training i've been going to the gym below in have two stories in the a guy i star rows fourteen in an e the idea that i got serious where i haven't taken any more than a couple of days off because of illness or something like that probably since two thousand and two as you say so if you own a lorry clown straight through yeah plow lowrate through but i take care of my body and i i do bro workout so it's intel ziana imaginary latte syndrome have gone on as to their though he eddie i don't i don't deny that i almighty harry's underneath the hooded sweatshirt renault is atta is that a reebok pump jiang orders trawler by well hey you know i i somebody's got here um no there's there's no there's no real deal i could see the paxson in there yeah yeah you know you got that same only sex we've got less mokhehe upper pack bicep development yes your boy are boy smoky here it's super train loves the bodybuilding stuff okay is how he been doing for a long time bodybuilding are more powerlifting or no no no not the definitely not powerlifting which is why was afraid to come on the show but um now definitely bodybuilding like bro workouts your chest day monday through thursday by tries apps on friday and saturday and then if i'm not to hung over on sunday morning we'll do shoulders and back biceps and triceps wire the on the weekend because that's the guido pump del as before you go before you go out you got to get the vein via about an hour before you go out you gotta get that sick fucking pumps and then you go to the bar in juice cease fuck man how did some his get started because again i've seen some of the videos where you're um you know you.

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"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"robert frank" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Eamon our mcdonald's never had in and out so i'm gonna go mcdonald's short girls are tall girls short thick girls are skinny girls how thicker we talking um whoa whoa go thick girl area iro yeah well you know we're saint were saying thick i think we would describe another wave job with a hardfought rebel leader on a bone i'm good new school or old school old school at looks apparent iphone or android come iphone yeah it's got to be there what are these people with church trying to hold onto the android four i've made all my friend that it iphones like if if i text you in its green light your cut off to me laugh yeah i hate that i had to hear what i saw that you had blue light he asked ours like there's authorities over my head yes yeah had to do that with my employees we had to like we're going to light went on fire but we just annoy in iran around that will be amazing when you think it was ethical or something i don't know i don't know i don't know what happened with that but the the two things that you care about from the videos that i could gather after going through hundreds and hundreds of videos on youtube which is uh is it a francs 615 or rubber francs expediting rank on youth of yes six one five area uh you care about the next set and getting your noodle wet correct that right what does that mean well my neck set meaning all i give a fuck about is my next set whether it's by set curls are tries had pushed down lengold noun would have the fought and get my fog and dick wet i what's what's your favorite exercise uh i hear you buy here you bring up one of them all the time so it's already in my head on what the favorite x years is you're probably referring to the inclined ballyree yahya the up you never met inclined bench they don't like now now never never dumbbell dumbbell only bar bell fuck me up years ago but dump inclined dumbbells them all about it so i know you're having a lot of fun yellen in.

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