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"robert lipton" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast
"Have been guests on a few podcast because of their service Andrew and the rest of the team at Pakistan's Dot Com congrats, and now we're GonNa talk about some very. What I would yameen news for podcasters, zoom trying to suck money out of my wallet. So yeah. Zoom. Zoom Not Zuma and I think I'm sorry zoom who've been around for like decades because now in this new, not new world that we're least other circumstances where the other zoom dot us has become. Much more of a thing that people recognize but this has zoom the hardware company audio focused has a new recorder. And the kind of fired a shot out say into the bow of road. With the zoom pod track P eight, which like the Caster is not portable. So I mean hits the same segment. Well. Actually I mean it's a mixture and our quarter with other bells and whistles and Here is the fuller description The Petra P. Eight isn't eight Channel Portable PODCAST, production studio no laptop. There are excellent. Are Mike Inputs headphone outputs Failures up to six people plus dedicated channel for calling guests per the eighth track. There are nine sound pads with four banks for `accessing up to thirty six out affects song samples you can play record. Into that final eighth channel, a full color touchscreen handles common settings. They say, can work up to two hours on a battery at AA battery operation, but you would be completely insane to do that. Plug it into the power supply in your wall and just think of the batteries there for being you know backup for those rolling outages you folks in California dealing with. It. ONTO ST cards up to five, hundred, twelve gigabytes in size. The Track P eight doubles as a class compliant too into out audio interface for Windows Mac and IOS pricing for ninety nine. It looks super cool. In. It's interesting to me that this is what my gut instinct was that it's not as pretty. As the Road Castro and I have to say that instinctively when I said that I thought to myself I was like, Oh, I, can't believe I'm thinking that you know like I I should be just as happy. But then I realized that sometimes the features are aesthetic as well and that there are some people who are gonNA. Look at this and see that it is it. It's constructed differently and it really is in alignment with the zoom stuff right? So it has all the functionality it does all the things. It's got less money, right? Like it's a little bit more less expensive than the Road Castro pro but as I looked at it aesthetically speaking if I were to choose one over the other by the way that it looks, I would choose the Road Castro hands down every time. Just saying because it's so I mean I'm looking at it right now and it's got pink and green and blue and orange buttons, and it's got this really beautiful little blue with the recording button and it just it just look the designed to me speaks to modern being a modern design and this one is functional and and steady and in in it's just not particularly like aesthetically pleasing to my that's all I'm saying not talking about the performance of just mentioning it. But if anyone does her nose of comparison where someone's taken the the mics and done a comparison between the pre-empts to see which one is better, technically, we would be interested to hear all that. What's going on in Nashville Rob? We found a house. And we'll be getting possession of it around the end of October we close on the twenty-first we have. We actually have a set date now on our closing and and we'll get possession around the twenty eighth because we gave them a week after closing to to move out. So I am now in earnest getting together Info on my recording studio for the new house and I am looking for sound blocking or I should say soundproofing studio not dampening. That's easy. But soundproofing by the sound can not get in or get out. I product from acoustical solutions that's called the audio seal barrier. It's a dense material, two pounds per square foot, and it's supposed to do a great job of blocking sound from getting in or out of a room. It is from what I can see a dense vinyl that you put up on the on the wall behind the wall and on the floor and on the ceilings. And you cut it to fit and caulk around the edges with Acoustical Cau- and around the seems so I will have a link in the show notes for this A. Out I'M GONNA. Ask this out here. Does anyone have any experience working with product if so how did it work for you in any installation tips that you might WanNa give and does anyone know of any similar products to us? So I I'm looking at not sound dampening where I'm trying really echo I'm talking about sound not getting in or out of the room. The sound dampening is is nice. Put that on top that's easy. But I'm looking at actually sound proofing the room I don't want the audio get in or out. And I had the opportunity here to basically gut the room and start from the ground up on the room so. For that studio. So just anyone has any feedback Robert Lipton Dot com especially if you've used product before and and if you liked it, it did what it says it's supposed to do, and then we'll report on that in future episodes by the way how about that? I love it. Right Moving on yes and now we've been talking about year and buying stuff your studio. And Amazon announced Prime Day, and for the first time ever the day is actually a prime number. I think we have just to stop you there before you continue up, we do have receipts on rob talking about this I think almost every year. So y'all can refer back to the Tober of the pastor, the September. Every time in the past Amazon has a prime. Day. I'm number one day I'M GONNA why not move it to a prime number? It's actually two days, but one of the dates is prime and that's that number is ten thirteen October thirteenth, and it really is a prime number. So excited anyway my obsession with Amazon picking a prime number being completely us centric and yes, I know because thirteen ten is not prime. This all aside. On October thirteenth and fourteenth if you're looking for new gear that tends to be a pretty good day to find some great deals I pass Primes I've loaded up on Samson cue to US and other Mike's and other equipment? So keep an.
"robert lipton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The lack of jobs and lack of marketplace. Profits means lower tax revenue, and that translates to higher taxes and higher inflation. So yeah Cove, it Is entirely about your investments, and we can't just wish this away. Earlier this week, JPMorgan Chase demanded that all their traders come back to the New York office. Jamie Diamond, their CEO, said the bank is suffering lower productivity because workers are slacking off, especially on Mondays and Fridays. So get him back into the office, he said. He said. We also need to fix New York City's economy, So bring everybody back into the office. Well, okay. Everybody showed up this week. On the very next day, the bank said. Everybody home Because someone tested positive for covert 19. You can't wish this away. Just because you don't want to believe the virus is real doesn't mean that it's not on. We all know the answer. It's a vaccine. The problem is that we don't have one yet. That's not the sole problem. It's that most of us are saying we won't take the shot when we do get a vaccine, 65% said. They're going to wait six months. That's what my doctor told me to do, He said. If you're not in a high risk group, and if you're not in a high risk geographic area, wait six months. You know, I said this last week you go first. Not only that, 25% say there will never get vaccinated. So what good does it do if we have a vaccination, But nobody is willing to get the shot. That's why the government could choose to make this mandatory. I mean, they do that now you can't send your Children to kindergarten unless they have a measles vaccine. You can't drive without a driver's license. I said that last week You can't even fish without a fishing license. You can't even own a dog unless it gets licensed. So the government may require that we get a covert vaccine, too. And my view. I think it's a terrible idea, and that's why I said last week that government doesn't have to require you to get the shot. Well, they've got to do is say that you need to be vaccinated in order to be in public like fishing license or get incentives involved instead of demanding that you get a shot. Make you want to get a shot. Robert Lipton, He's AH, economist at the Brookings Institution. He's recommending that the government pay you $1000 to get vaccinated. Carrots and sticks, reward or punishment. The whole reason people are saying that they're reluctant to get the shot is frankly, we simply don't trust what anyone is saying on the matter. AstraZeneca stopped its trial A couple of weeks ago, the CEO said someone experienced serious neurological symptoms. But he didn't say that publicly. He said it in a closed meeting of Wall Street analysts organized by J. P. Morgan, has that make you feel even Bill Gates says. We can't trust the FDA or CDC, like we used to. And AstraZeneca has now restarted its trial. But they still haven't given details about what happened to that patient. How's that make you feel? Oh, wait. Some listeners have written to me this week saying, Rick, Why do you even care about any of this? What does this got to do with personal finance? If you get the shot, you'll be immune. So why do you care if I don't get the shot? I'll.
"robert lipton" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Just because you don't want to believe the virus is real doesn't mean that it's not And we all know the answer. It's a vaccine. The problem is that we don't have one yet. That's not the sole problem. It's that most of us are saying we won't take the shot when we do get a vaccine. 65% said. They're going to wait six months. That's what my doctor told me to do, He said. If you're not in a high risk group, and if you're not in a high risk, geographic area, wait six months. You know, I said this last week you go first. Not only that, 25% say there will never get vaccinated. So what good does it do if we have a vaccination, but nobody is willing to get the shot. That's why the government could choose to make this mandatory. I mean, they do that Now You can't send your Children to kindergarten unless they have a measles vaccine. You can't drive without a driver's license. I said that last week you can't even fish without a fishing license. You can't even own a dog unless it gets licensed. So the government may require that we get a covert vaccine, too. And my view. I think it's a terrible idea, and that's why I said last week that government doesn't have to require you to get the shot. Well, I got to do is say that you need to be vaccinated in order to be in public like a fishing license or incentives involved instead of demanding that you get a shot. Make you want to get a shot. Robert Lipton, He's AH, economist at the Brookings Institution. He's recommending that the government pay you $1000 to get vaccinated. Carrots and sticks, reward or punishment. The whole reason People are saying that they're reluctant to get the shot is frankly, we simply don't trust what anyone is saying on the matter. AstraZeneca stopped its trial A couple of weeks ago, the CEO said someone experienced serious neurological symptoms. But he didn't say that publicly. He said it in a closed meeting of Wall Street analysts organized by J. P. Morgan, has that make you feel even Bill Gates says. We can't trust the FDA or CDC, like we used to. And AstraZeneca has now restarted its trial. But they still haven't given details about what happened to that patient. How's that make you feel? Oh, wait. Some listeners have written to me this week saying, Rick, Why do you even care about any of this? What does this got to do with personal finance? If you get the shot, you'll be immune. So why do you care if I don't get the shot? Look, I'm not worried about you harming May I'm worried about you harming lots of other people who like you also didn't get the shot. It's kind of like smoking. Why should I care? If you smoke? You'll only harm yourself. Well, except for secondhand smoke, which does harm May on When you get lung cancer and your uninsured I foot the bill is a taxpayer because you're relying on Medicare and Medicaid. And when you can't work because you have COPD like my dad, did you reduce our nation's economic output? Smoking related illness costs our country $300 billion a year. 170 billion for direct medical care on hard 30 billion in lost productivity. That hurts my client's investments. So yeah, I care. And why should I care if you drink alcohol abuse costs us 240 year almost as much as smoking, But I I don't care if you get drunk. But if you drink and drive, I care a lot, so you know, go drink yourself to death if you want to, But don't take out another car filled with kids When you doe And covert 19 is the same thing Fine get infected, But when you go out on about you infect others, and that's simply not acceptable anymore than drunk driving is And if none of that is persuasive, let me bring it back home. This is, after all, a personal finance show. In this conversation in case you didn't realize it is entirely about your personal finances. A pack of cigarettes costs $5.50 on average in this country. It's $13 a pack in New York. A pack a day. From age 15 8 70. I mean, nobody starts smoking in their twenties. You're smoking is a teenager so quick if you've got teenagers, I hope you have them. Listen to what I'm about to say you smoke a pack a day from age 15 8 70. That's $5 million you won't have in retirement. How about drinking? The average cost of a six pack is six bucks 16 Pack a week from age 21 to age 70 is $376,000. You won't have In retirement. So, Yeah, I'm going to keep talking about covert and the vaccine because my comments are entirely about money, Your money, my client's money, the nation's money. I hope Or smart enough to realize that I think you are. Hey. Speaking of the vaccine and Cove ID, a prominent name is the W. H O the World Health Organization. Where did they get their money from? Well, they're funding as I'm sure it will not be a surprise to you comes more than from any other source. The government of the United States. The US provides almost a billion dollars a year to the World Health Organization. Guess who's number two? In funding for the W H o United Kingdom is number two. And guess who's number three? You'll never guess I was shocked when I saw this. The Gates Foundation is the third largest funder of the World Health Organization ahead of Germany and Japan. Guess who comes in after that? Rotary International. But you say we try that one again, a nonprofit community service organization, which raises a lot of money from charitable contributions from its members and members of the community. Donates huge amounts of money..
"robert lipton" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"I would go home and they say okay. Now you get the phone call. The plane crashed and he's dead. What you do well these documents. Have to tell the kids in this way and do this so that I could do that fine, and it was very assuring for me to know that you know I'm going to go through the steps. That's how I'm GONNA handle it, but when it came to the kids thing I realized I couldn't handle. That there was no way I could make myself feel better right and it was. It was good. I liked it because it meant that there was some things that you know we're not. The Mercer rival didn't count more right than those things. Yeah, so there was just A. It was one of my interesting. I would imagine having. been through what you've been through and especially at such an early age. Everybody has coping mechanisms for how they deal with things, and obviously you've just. You've just shared one with US wanted to show you how it works, and then it doesn't work right. What are what are some? Other instances where you? You feel like what you went through. Informed how you dealt with stuff Later in life, or or didn't deal with things or is that there's that kind of the biggest one that stands out to you. Don't know I think that. Once. Many years ago, we had a friend who was a psychiatrist and who specialized I think it was actually the person I was talking to my have been Robert. Lipton but I'm not sure anyway. This guy who does a lot of writing about. A survival an Holocaust survivors and other survivors. And actually that time I think that's who must have been because. We lived in Cambridge and somebody asked me to do a bunch of translations. Off Testimonies. They have taken from children. who had survived concentration camps and the testimonies? We're in Polish and asked me to do the translations. And I started doing that and they're pretty horrible stories. Just real horror stories of these kids and I at that point. My children were like in. You know in school. And they could read and I was terrified of. They're finding those translations. I didn't want them to read that so I would. I would type it up during the day in the night. Hide it and finally. I told him I didn't WANNA. Do this anymore. Because it was, too, it was too depressing. And Sometime that point somebody talked to me about you. Know those experiences and stuff and they said to me you know you living is if you're still in the ghetto. and. I was terribly insulted because I mean I. was in Graduate School I was teaching I had two kids I. Had you know how am I thought I was living really well and had a very happy life, but for some reason that stuck with me and every time when I think that I should have. Done more or did things or did something and that I still. Have a sense that what's most important survival and that I look at things that I do. As I'm very good at handling crises, and the more threatening they are, the more they energize me. If I wasn't if it wasn't for that I mean I have a lot of friends who think that I look for crisis situations so that I can deal with them. And that if I didn't do that then, maybe you know there'd be other things I'd be doing that would be more advantageous to me than trying to avoid disaster. So, because whenever somebody says Gee, what are you GonNa? Do now I mean this terrible thing is happening I have no problem with dealing with that. You feel like you go to kind of an intellectual place in your brain. That is kind of logical, and there's a reassurance in a soothing quality to that. Or, is it just you? You Block out the motion? Bio focusing on the logic well, it's not so much logic. It's just basically yeah. I'm a guest. This logic is figuring out okay what to do how to get around this how to solve this problem and how not to get derailed by worrying about it? You know it's like when my daughter had. What sounded like a very threatening illness? and. And and my sense was well. You don't focus on how threatening this what could happen. That's bad. You try to figure out how to deal with it, so maybe it will turn out. Okay. Yeah, that sounds perfectly healthy to me. Healthy but I don't know when when it's not. A. Life and death situation whether I lose some energy and don't follow through the way I might have if it was more threatening. Really Yeah, I don't know. Jeff, what do you think it sometimes just seems too simple to do the the life thing whereas the crisis? Is You know like okay? Here's a I've been put on a mission and I can take. Can problem solve and my you know I? Know How to hyper focus on that and I feel like that's something gotten. From my mother's genes. Yeah. My daughter is quite involved, too. In Holocaust, survivors, kids and children Parka service and she feels. A lot of her life has also been. Circumscribed somewhat by being a child of a Holocaust survivor, and I really I always felt I tried to protect the kids from all these experiences. When I was teaching I, had a seminar at one point, or what were you teaching I? was teaching sociology at Brandeis and a one point somehow I got involved in doing a seminar for children of Holocaust, survivors. And this is the thing that I thought it was kind of interesting. They either like their parents very much or didn't. And it seemed to me that the parents divided into victims and survivors. And where the parents who told their kids about all the stories about how clever they were in getting out of situations, and how they manage to to survive, and the kids were very fond of those parents. Then, there were the other parents who impressed upon the kids how victimized they had been, and what terrible things happen to them, and the kids were not all that sympathetic to those parents now tended to be a sex difference that is the women more tended to be presented themselves victims. In the man, the father is more were more likely to present themselves as survivors. But that victim versus survivor. Situation it seems like. The kids whose parents presents of survivors had more of that. Would Jeff talking about You know an energy towards problem solving that, can you? Can you talk about how you how you free yourself from from the past if at all? Well. I used to do it. Very much avoidance, you know I never went to movies about the war. I didn't read stuff about the war. I didn't really want to be presented with it and part of it had to do with. This is another kind of a seminal event when I first came to this country. I went to eighth grade in new. York City. Some. Kids started asking nineteen forty six, and there were a lot of refugees, and some kids in school started asking me about things, and I started telling them a little bit about. Some version of I guess what I've been through. It was like an a little girl jumped up and said don't believe a word, she says my father says all these refugees. They just come here. They tell you this terrible story, so you feel sorry for them. And and they lie. My, that chat me right up. And I at that point made a decision. That, when you come out of an insane asylum, you tell people that you came out of an essay. And you described. You don't describe what happened in San. Silom you pretend it. You've always been normal and that life has always been normal for you. And that was kind of a defining decision at that point of how I was going to act, but that couldn't have been healthy choice. COULD IT I? Suppose I'm asking. I suppose for for seven or eight year old Yeah, it was twelve or twelve. Boy, that's A. that's a hard one because. You know people need to open up about their pain for not to. Okay I had another another. There was another piece to that decision. And that I only recently realized was rose, was not reasonable, but very helpful I G I'm really sug lead. They don't believe it because if they don't believe it. That means that they can't think you can happen that things like that happen. They're incapable of making things that happen. And as they grow older, they will not allow things like that to happen because it's bill beyond their comprehension. And I said that was a very positive thing about the world yeah. Wow. See..
"robert lipton" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast
"All that stuff where we're going. Dave Jackson will be at the mass media. Pica summit January twenty four th through twenty six virtually at least that's an online summit February eighth in the real world. Dave will be at the bay area. Independent podcast Publisher Association Event in Nevada California then podcast moving evolutions in La. Every twelve sixteenth raw greenlandic. Jackson will both be there. Dave will be at the spark Christian podcast conference in Houston Texas the Twenty First Twenty second in February. I will be at the National News. Broadcaster Twenty Twenty proclaimed twenty twenty show And that is in Nashville. The twenty fifth to the Twenty Eighth Elsie. Dave and I and more Listen WE'LL BE AT PODCAST Orlando March. Six to the eighth will be at N. A. B. Las Vegas late April and all bunch of us will be podcast. Movement Dow's Texas First Week of August and then of course she podcast live and NABC NYC in October with more INFO on those in the future Plus some other events Looking to get out to at least fifteen events in twenty twenty We'll see how that goes and of course. Please come out to the events will be at say. Hello we really do like to get around country in chickens Ducasse bumps Yada Yada as always if you have an organization or event and need someone to speak about podcasting. Just email me. Robert Lipton DOT COM. We have a few people that can help on that front. And we're working on twenty twenty schedule now. I think Dave is also going to be speaking. I can't remember the date in Mansfield Ohio which is way too close to where my ex lives so Dave's taken that one them all right. Well then on that note you guys will hear from us in a couple weeks but you can always send us feedback to the feed at Lipson DOT com. You can also call us for one to five seven three nine thousand nine hundred thirty four or you can download our free APP for both IOS and Android and they're literally little tiny places. You can tap to send US feedback. Leave a comment. Email us in whatever way you want within the APP itself so thank you so much. We really do appreciate you guys reaching out again. The feed at Lipson DOT COM. And on that note. You will hear from us in. A couple of weeks..
"robert lipton" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast
"Podcasts fat. Everyone is guilty about Alexa. Hello Rob Generic time in the day. Elsie how's it? Goin' December December Star Star Star Wars. Hey we're going. I think when the show comes out we'll probably be just getting out possibly of the show. Okay we'll see it's neat to see like so many people I'm really blown away by the collective experience of so many types of people that are going to this thing because you know at all of us have separate friends on social media and stuff like that where it's like you just your family or your work buddies or the podcasting people or like the people that you've known online forever that have nothing to do with what you do all that stuff. Every single person is going to start yes You know and I'm not going to give any spoilers. I'll just say at the end of both my kids said. Can we go again tomorrow? So they really enjoyed it. The audience really clapped and cheered but it was opening night and half. The audience were dressed in stores outfits. So you can take that for what you want. I really liked it. I thought it was really good. My wife was in. Didn't feel it was one of her favourite of race. Oh no that's just our but you know feeling. My my kids loved it though at the end tomorrow. How about Saturday? I'll make is so funny. We could go earlier because everything is sold out so we had to. We are going to have to go on Monday at eleven. Am So all right well. Anyway that that Star Wars but now you WANNA give a little bit of shoutout to podcasters in the KC area Yeah I am running a panel at Planet Comecon March Twenty first. The panel discusses how fans can set up a podcast that covers a TV show. Comic Book Movies Sports Team Video. Game or tech product and how to engage with other fans so basically if you have a fan cast that covers any of those topics email me Robert Lipson dot com. If you would like to be considered for this panel let me know your show. Title Show Slug When you send that email in I'm trying to get different topics covered. I WanNa get a sports one in there and I'm covering on the tax side but again just leave you have a podcast Unichem City area or you were planning to Planet Comic Con Anyway. Maybe outside the city area it's March twenty first. Just email me. Robert Lipton DOT COM. And I will get back to you and then also while Matt it Dr Kiki from this weekend science quiz is looking for speaker proposals for science podcasters or from sites cancers. I should say For Signs Talk Twenty Twenty which will be in Portland March Twenty? Six and twenty seventh. If you are a science podcasters this would be a great way to get out in front of your niche and to network with other science podcasts. Yours link in the show notes for the form to submit your proposal. Thank you Dr Kiki. From sending that over there he cool. Are we ready to move onto our feedback breaker? Just one go ahead okay. So here it is for many male. Hey guys I always enjoy and learn from the feed. Thank you for the effort question. What kind of mine and processing are you using? I like the sound very processed and compressed almost sounds like an am station processing. No no you forgot the word. Olo sorry almost sounds like old almost sounds like old. Am station processing. Keep up the good work and thanks in. That's from Jackson Weaver. I hope that I know I wasn't quite sure 'cause I was like I assume it is. And so. Thank you taxed. In and.
"robert lipton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Against a police department in Collin county good afternoon the Indians three oh three ninety one degrees at K. around the school and off just a bit to as some rain has moved through the area we might get more as the day goes on I'm John that with Susie solely a federal lawsuit that accuses Saksi police of using unnecessary force against a teenager in twenty ten it can go forward Carol these healthy Phillips reports a federal appeals court has cleared the way the fifth circuit has ruled qualified immunity does not apply to Saksi police officers Michael hunter and lieutenant Martin Cassidy in the October two thousand ten shooting a Brian Cole Cole had been reported suicidal as the seventeen year old walked in a wooded area near the garland Saksi border police say he had a gun to his head when they arrived the family says police were not in any danger yet they opened fire Ryan goals suffered a gunshot wound to the head family attorney Chris Ayers says the appeals court took note of the officers changing story all eighteen of the judges said that there is sufficient evidence to go forward and legal basis to go forward on the fact that these officers fabricated evidence are alleged to have fabricated evidence are surrounding the shooting and the facts giving rise to the shooting the city of sexy has not responded to a request for comment LP Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD update to what police call a possible road rage shooting in garland the case will be sent to a grand jury to decide whether there should be any charges thirty four year old friend Scott the Francisco Perseus of Dallas was killed when another driver opened fire on north west Rive near Centerville road now the gunman turned himself in it yesterday afternoon but police say he was allowed to leave after four hours of questioning grand jury referrals typically take weeks if not months to present the DPS is identifying the troopers involved in a deadly shooting in Dallas last weekend to DPS troopers were patrolling south Dallas last weekend as part of an effort to reduce crime when they tried to pull over twenty seven year old Shasta the hajj they say he fled and eventually pulled into a driveway and pulled out a handgun the troopers opened fire and Hodge was shot and killed the troopers have been identified as Josh what angle one who's been with the department for seven years and Robert Lipton who's been with the department for three years angle men had been redeployed from Palo Pinto county and lit been from Parker county they are both on leave while local prosecutors and the Texas Rangers investigate the shooting Stephen Pickering news radio ten eighty KRLD former Houston police officer is now charged with murder in connection with a drug raid in January it ended with the deadly shootout two suspects were killed several officers were hurt when officers raided a home that they claimed was being used to sell drugs but district attorney Kim Aug says those officers lied about the drug activity at the house in order to get the warrant for the rate she said today's indictments are only the first part of the case you've heard chapter one each day we uncover more and with each fact we work towards doing justice one former charge officer is charged with murder and another is charged with tampering with a government record we'll get a wallstreet wrap up from Carol the business analyst David Johnson plus your weekend forecast with NBC five Rick Mitchell coming up it's three OO six here comes again lunch will be the same old same old.
"robert lipton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Trading care realty business analyst David Johnson says things turned ugly after China announced new terrorists and that led to a mid morning series of tweets from president trump a quote from a couple of them are great American companies are hereby ordered to start looking for an alternative to China including bringing your company's home and making your products in the USA I'll be responding to that China's terrace this afternoon well of course were waiting on that so that about of uncertainty is camera hanging over our heads the president also unleash new criticism on fed chairman Jerome Powell right now the Dow Jones doubt five hundred twenty two points as we continue to track your money on KRLD Texas DPS identifies the troopers involved in a deadly shooting last weekend in Dallas for Josh or what England from Palo Pinto counties been with the P. S. for seven years Robert Lipton from Parker counties been with the agency for three years they both remain on leave while the Texas Rangers in Dallas County DA's office investigate the death of Shah Aston hajj troopers and attempted to pull him over for a traffic stop in south Dallas sand they say he pulled a gun on the the news continues for homes Murphy C. B. D. is big business in fact cannabis industry experts estimate that the C. B. the market could hit twenty two billion dollars by twenty twenty two now major grocer is offering C. B. D. products does this mean CBT is officially mainstream Kroger announced its offering hemp arrives CBT topical products in its Texas stores including all seventy four of them right here in North Texas this CBT offerings include lotions bombs oils and creams it's legal now that Texas lawmakers signed a bill regulating the production and sale of hemp and hemp derived products in June along with Texas stores in Georgia Montana Utah and Virginia will offer topical CVD products easily stews radio ten eighty KRLD so what's the longest flight you've ever been on chances are it wasn't this long his plans to send a group of people on a nineteen hour trip and a test of airline passenger endurance pilots will wear a device that will track brain wave patterns and alertness cabin passengers mostly Qantas employees will also have wearable devices to monitor sleep patterns food and beverage consumption and movement researchers say this data could help shape the future of air travel a nineteen hour flight will be from New York to Sydney non stop it was a historic day at the Little League World Series a no hitter tossed by.
"robert lipton" Discussed on WEEI
"It's the great Robert, Robert Robert, thanks for hanging in there with us. No problem at all. No problem. I talked in the first segment tonight, you know, I'm old enough to remember back in the day when the heavyweight championship of the world that was a huge event. It's all anybody talked about now. Now, we got a little buzzed going right now that we haven't had in a long time, but, but you had to really be an aficionado and a fan to even know that Tyson. Fury was fighting Tom Schwartz last night in Las Vegas that that's, that's kind of how far the heavyweight division to sunk even though now we've got some interesting things coming up in the future. Yeah. Exactly. I like I said, I knew the fight was going on. But it wasn't a big enough fight from even to go off, as though close. But I did watch the highlights and he really toyed with me. Looked really good. Like I don't like I don't know who swertz is. And I don't know how you know, he didn't fight anybody knows beforehand, but yeah yet type of the best in the world last night. I had that fury wilder fighting LA score one, fifteen one eleven for fury, even though we got knocked down twice. I thought he around one nine rounds two three one seventeen one eleven and you can even make a case. Maybe in the twelfth round it wasn't a ten eight round Robert because outside of the knockdown, and I still can't believe you got up from that when he was out cold. He got up one the rest of the round after that. Yeah. Every time that he does not down. He came back in it was strong. And I had to fight for fury as well. But, you know, I think if they fought again, what I saw on the last five, I think, Siri, maybe a slight. Absolutely. And Robert how many times over the years of you seen. I've seen this million times guys drinking in a bar, a fight breaks out and the guy with the pretty muscles, get gets living. Hell beaten out of them by fat guy, which is what happened with Andy Ruiz Anthony, Joshua. And it doesn't really matter a lot what you look like, whether you can fight, and you don't judge a book by its cover here with Ruis. He punches combinations. He punches straight and he knocks out Anthony Joshua wins the heavyweight championship. He doesn't look like a heavyweight champion, but it was a magnificent performance. Yeah. We've talked about that you thought about that before and boxing. That's you know it's the guy said does look like the pile guys. Those are the words that carry the, the biggest hutches. And I think you know, now the casual fans out that they saw that in real time when read that Josh, Josh should he just looked out of it. He didn't. I don't know if you gave them too much. Something else is going on. But he was clearly in Syria fight, and, and he's got to make say if he wants to stay in this conversation. Did he walk into the ring with a concussion that night, Robert there's rumors was knocked out in sparring? Did you hear anything about that? A lot of Rover going all, but not think he lost it about a man, you know, shooters, the losers anyway. So I'm glad that he didn't make the first flight with Luis. Ortiz, King Kong Ortiz, and Deontay wilder was a really good heavyweight scrapping while they're out on his feet once or twice and in serious trouble. And then sorta wanna heart to come back and win this dangerous fight for him to take a rematch here. Especially considering what does happen to Anthony Joshua. Yeah. Anything though, I think it'd make them more focused because he knows that, you know, anything should happen. But I credit if he wasn't gonna take Joshua fight the dangerous fighting, not just another force over what is going to happen with Robert little from Blackmore's online. I know when he went to Toronto, everybody assumed it was a one year rental. But of course, people assume that about Paul George as well. And he fell in love with Oklahoma City and resigned. Now that it's one of championship, I got a feeling. He might sign a short term deal here. Maybe a one plus one since he's someone is twenty and stay in Toronto for at least one or two more years now I think he's gone. I think he's accomplish his goal. And you know, everybody's going to be a legend regardless. So I think maybe with the clippers or the Lakers, I think he goes back to LA. You think there's any chance he goes to the Lakers and wants to play, you know, maybe doesn't want to be a caddy or a complimentary player LeBron James, and I know he grew up a Lakers fan. I knew grew up in Los Angeles, and he'd be the alpha male certainly on the Los Angeles Clippers, but the Lakers in play here. I think they are in play just because, you know, like you said, he hasn't been a Lakers fan. And I think the fact that, you know, I think his standing now putting him all abroad and all with Anthony Davis. So I think knowing that kind of new level of success, that he had, I think that let's do have a side, and I think he's gonna be, you know, not the one eight though the war, and the one of the latest, can you can you imagine Los Angeles tall. Let's say LeBron K D with the Lakers and, and they sign a top level freeze at the summer to join them and the clippers get Colli, Leonard, and maybe Kevin Durant comes with him after sitting year out beyond believable, the rivalry in the buzz here in this city, especially with the clippers move into a new arena and a couple of years. Yeah. Be great. I think LA's the place to be. And I even like you say, go to the clippers, I think that's gonna make that rivalry even hot. And you don't you don't I looked up today, Robert Lipton. You know, me I do voluminous research on this show. Just that's all I do you know this Robert from all yours coming on the so I know the tremendous respect an aberration you have for me as well. I'm not hearing, you agreeing with me, Robert Hall. What's going on? Of course you always talk to your ball to. Yes, you can have a talk with this, when I'm not making enough money, but that that'll be a talk for another time. When we're talking about K D, And Durant may become into the clippers and what's going to happen with the Lakers here in the great rivalry. Two hundred and eighty days is the average time that a player with an torn achilles tendon takes before he comes back and plays again. And I looked at the warrior schedule next year if that's the case Kevin Durant would be there for the final twelve games of the season and the playoffs. You think that's a realistic possibility. Are they gonna shut him down for the entire year if he goes back to the warriors? Settle down just because they don't want. They already taken he you know for leading the play. I think they're gonna give them you know that four year know at that off season to, to recover, just because they don't want the scrutiny is gonna be so high on them if they want to resign. You know, funny headline, I think it was in the New York Post of the day after Kevin Durant. Tourism killing it said Knicks lose game five kind of a parody of, oh my God. Here goes another off-season what happens with the nets and the Knicks this summer? The nets get somebody, maybe curt Tyree. But the Knicks I think they're kind of out of out of luck in that, right? They were supposed to get their supposed to get carried. I don't think that getting any of them now so. How many teams and I think I'm counting the Knicks the nets the warriors and the clippers even with the ruptured achilles are gonna give Kevin Durant. The max and say he's good enough will redshirt him for a year, even thirty one years old. And even if history shows that players never come back one hundred percent from achilles tendon, tears, everything would still give Durant max regardless of the situation. He he's that good of a player that I think he'd get the max regardless. The Knicks the Knicks give to max is they will that that's not how regarded well, great stuff is always Robert, thanks for hanging in there for a couple of segments this heaven, talk with the boss. I need a raise around here. No pile of it all the great Robert little from black sports online. That's a true story, but years and years ago because what are the things I've always loved to do? You know, he's you know you'll love having big name guests on any love having guests onto people know kicking it around with them. It's great radio, but I also like I used to when the internet was first getting started scanning and finding some, some young men and women from young people who they have a lot on the ball. That's an interesting column. That's good stuff, and I'd like to put them on the I was the first one ever jemele hill on here. I was the first one who ever put Bomani Jones on the air and the first one ever to put the great Robert tall whom we just heard on the air. I said, what is this? What are black sports online? Just came across it by accident, or somebody sent it to me, and I started reading his columns this the ball, I like him, I tracked him down and put him on the same. I did with the money into and smell. And producer Robert, why is it that whenever I do this people just rocket pass me in this business and lead me in the dust whenever I give opportunities like this. Why is that? I don't know. It all comes down to Djamil hill in Bomani giving you credit. So I don't know. I don't know. They won't come on any more. That's interesting, isn't it? But Robert's but Mamani into the money side, he must've been like instilling college when I put him on for the first time, but they all I think everybody should go on with me, Robert, because they go on to great success and go on to great things. Once they come on with me. Yeah. Me true. You mentioned those names and they, they stand alone on their own. But hey, they don't give you credit days. I don't know. You know, we need to call him again. I haven't talked to him in a while you because, you know, a lot of times ESPN won't let their people go on any other outlets, but ESPN radio, but we're affiliated with them, aren't we Robert? We have a lot of. Yes, PIN, people on ESPN radio. That's do. Yeah. I think it's time we gave him a call again. Let's talk travel most of us do a little travel throughout the year. How are you booking? Your hotel.
"robert lipton" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"I think I understand what he was saying any really thought he was going to impress with this. I mean, I've I've been on a lot of dates nobody has ever said anything like that. Wow. And you weren't interested in putting his skills to the test. I mean, this was a first date. Okay. We hadn't even kiss or anything. We're talking about sports and that comes out of. No. I mean like there was no sexual talk at all before this statement. I we're talking about being on the swim team will thank you for telling us your story. I appreciate it. You're welcome. It was horrible. I wish I could forget it. Unfortunately, you're not gonna be able to forget it just yet because he's on the other line listening and wants to talk to you. Wait what? Robert. Hey, Sean, how you doing? Oh god. I'm confused. I'll be honest with all of you. We're talking about things that we were good at. She. I've really good at that. That's not a sport, Robert inappropriate. Some people. I mean, I. Kind of thing out to dinner at the dinner table. I hear what you're saying. But you can't tell me at least at all intrigue. Somewhere. Deep down in the region. Robert, Robert Lipton. Well, you should have been because good. I don't wanna meet the women told you that. You gotta give him some credit. He likes to put a lot of effort into please. Thank you. Thank you. You love me. I didn't talk about me about you. For you. I think you need to take a little bit of that effort and move. It poured how to be appropriate. I don't think I don't think she's mad at exactly you wanting to do. But maybe the time and the place was bad. And the way you said, it, it sounds like she wouldn't tell us the exact way you described it. But I can imagine it was probably not. Come on like fourteen year old. I'll concede the location. I confused location. But I do not apologize. Why ability? Everything I do I try to do the best to my God given abilities give one hundred and ten percents. I'm the bastard that and that's what I can promise you that department. Probably a lot of other departments. Two. Is there? Anything charming about Robert on the day outside of this moment. I mean, if you listen to him he's funny, but he's just like wildly inappropriate. Hey, Robert, let me ask you a question next time. If you went out on a date with shandra if she actually said, yes. And you said something inappropriate. Would you have a problem with her telling you to stop absolutely not I would've loved fair to say, no inappropriate? Then I know now, I know what the boundaries shandra. He just doesn't know if you went out with him. Again, you have the freedom now to tell him. Hey, don't say stuff like that. And he'll stop I kind of feel like he has learned nothing from this conversation. Telling him every time he says something inappropriate. The monitor yourself now, I don't think this is a good match. I was really hoping to get a second date and do what happened after? Exactly what I'm trying to avoid. So sorry, Robert. But there are a lot of women interested in your particular skill set. I think you're gonna be okay. All right. Thanks, guys. Sandra? Good luck out there. Remember remembers number one in your heart..