35 Burst results for "Robin Hood"
Democrats Want to Force Americans in Electric Vehicles
"Day Democrats right now could do something about gas prices if they wanted to but they don't want to because they would rather wait a few years and have you out of your gas guzzling car and into an electric vehicle That requires of course electricity They would rather do that That's what they believe It's what they stand for So think about it from this perspective right People to jigsaw guy And he's as crazy as the rest of them And he says the ordeal goes you know what Everybody you'd be out of your guest goes on cars against your electric vehicles So we'll give you $12,000 to buy an electric vehicle Who's money is that That's my money Sure money You're taking my money to give it to somebody else to have them buy an electric vehicle You see what I mean The government is taking my money your money and then giving it away to somebody to let them buy something that maybe they can't afford How is that not Marxism How is that not exactly what I was telling you in the last hour It's Robin Hood right I'm taking from the rich and I'm given to the poor In this case I'm taking your money to give to somebody who can't afford an electric vehicle so that they can get an electric vehicle And I'm taking your money and I'm gonna be charging stations all across the country To meet a demand that's not yet there but we're going to make the demand by creating a supply using your money to help people buy these things that nobody wants So these people think
Robinhood reports data breach affecting 7 million customers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Robin Hood announces a data breach exposing users emails and names the investing app Robinhood said Monday it was hacked last week in a statement Robin Hood said hackers accessed some personal information for roughly seven million users and demanded a ransom payment Robin Hood said it believes no social security numbers bank account numbers or debit card numbers were exposed for most affected customers the only information obtained by the hackers was an email address or full name although some customers had more extensive account details revealed more than twenty two million users have funded accounts at Robin Hood hi
A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11
"I think of banking and finance is a good way includes the will becoming more transactional. Yeah when when. I grew up my mom and dad to go into the bank of reweight. Bank the patriot. Yo by that used to have to go to the bank every week. Get cash Yet this year that's long gone as many generations of technology that that have come along but is the bank managing you every single one of the customers by nice again Over time your so. We go through numerous now to the point where we'll right now and it what's happened in the code will in many parts of the world was young pool with you know seeing some of our big banking clients on a regular devices and people thought that pre cover that they had pretty high penetration rights of iran on smartphones. But guess what they went through the roof last year could banks because all of a sudden the banking completely Spliced retail bank The the the that that evolving competitive sh- paradigm shift between the banks and the digital banks and the traditional banks. We saw we actually is to become a stop become one So net will you. People have stopped yemen. This was something. I your head really thought about to be honest but i still into co own australian bank couple of weeks ago and Cash handling has plummeted one of the big reasons to have a retail retail branch which is cash handling a type of people. Don't wanna handle keishi anymore aside. We've move money as become eletronic Yeah and look. I obviously haven't traveled use the last twelve months. I mean in the in the us. Yo you can't go anywhere without a dollar bill but but literally The amount of cash physical cash in circulation this changing so these signs of some of the macro trends that again to emerge for of banking for retailing The consumer good as we stopped move forward into the future. I think of the rise of e-trade is an interesting example. Here before e-trade came up no one would think about buying stocks without a broker with. They had a personal relationship with charles. Schwab was popular. But you would call somebody place the order for you and what we see now is stock trading. There is no human behind it made if we look. Robin hood is sorta z. A perfect example of the next phase of that but you know obviously two generations past banking since then obviously with the kick in the pants from ed even accelerated that process which has been underway for twenty years. But i think you're drawing an interesting thesis here that every industry is going towards that same evolution. It's just the question is how far behind banking are they. Are they right behind banking and that they're going to this more high transactional relationship versus high relational interaction or are they. Are they a few years. Do they have a little time before. That really takes. Hold look I think every industry is every industry is having to think in in the in the world we live in today is having to figure out how mun digital impacts every aspect of business. Today i mean with me ultimately. We are in enterprise software. We sell solutions to begin prize. But i've got a. I've got a lad sales organization in the us and that that now selling to Yeah the now selling to Your c. level executives in big corporations Your enterprise selling young for my whole career has been about face to face interaction and building a relationship of this was a huge paradigm shift for you know for the industry And even in a business to business sick that the implications of digital the will we live in a having a real life impact on a day-to-day vice already You will learn about the efficiencies of being able to conduct more business. A and more meetings and digitally So y- is actually invading becoming an integral part of your the data. Dave way we would. We can now live Anywhere in the world and do jobs.
Zack Reneau-Wedeen Leaves Google Podcasts on a High
"The founder of google. Podcasts zach renault. Were dean has left the company. He's now working on crypto currency for investment platform. Robin hood. we understand. He hadn't been working on podcasts within the company for some time. Gay bender google podcasts product. Lead left in april two. Who's driving google podcasts. Today steve mcclendon a former co founder of sixty db which google bought in two thousand. Seventeen describes himself on twitter as working on podcast stuff at google and the team is also working on a tech refresh of feed burner. So what did zach achieve. While the google podcasts android app hit one hundred million downloads in april and july both sprout reports that it had hates three percent of all. Podcast plays baking google podcasts. The world's third largest podcast app behind apple and spotify. Podcasts are also highlighted within the main google search and google podcast link quirks on every single android phone since the players actually built into the always present. Google app and the same link also works on ios and desktop as well
Robinhood Goes Meta, Becomes the Ultimate Meme Stock
"Robinhood taking investors on a joyride the stock surging as much as eighty one percent for triggering several trading halts early in the session. Robin had closing out the day with a gain of just fifty percent. It's now up. Eighty five percent since going public on thursday. So what's driving. The wild action shares. A robin hood. Let's kick things off with kate. Rooney's got the story kate. Tamerlane's yeah quite a turnaround for robin hood. The stock touched eighty five dollars earlier. That is well above where it last week robin hood. Stunk ended the day around. Seventy dollars per share was the second. Most traded name on the nasdaq. Today only behind. Amd and it was halted a few times for volatility today as far as trading volume it surpassed its ipo day with more than eight billion dollars worth of shares changing hands. The stock is still seen pretty thin trading so that thanks to some of those lock-up periods for certain investors mean fewer shares are available to trade. I'm told that brought a lot. More volatility today retail interest is another big factor. It is the most mentioned stock on read it. At least it was today. According to data from think with more mentions than both game stop and amc and momentum train is well. That is a factor. There's likely hedge funds looking to jump in on some of this action. Short interest though does not appear to be a factor at tends to be pretty expensive too short stock like robin hood so soon after nine peo- that is thanks to the lack of shares out there to borrow. I talked to s. three partners about this earlier. They say there is some short interest but it was really the long side. Driving robin hoods prices today.
Robinhood Sold IPO Shares to Over 300,000 of Its Customers
"That have the most to lose and speaking of stocks. That have a lot to lose. I want to talk about the ipo of robinhood. This was one of the more highly anticipated. Ipo's after all this really encapsulates the entire you mean stock investing theme where the public is just buying everything no regard the fundamentals pure gambling in fact a lot of people have taken their stimulus money and deposited directly to their robinhood accounts. And of course robin hood was at ground zero for the game. Stop short squeeze in fact. A lot of people were upset at robin hood when they halted the ability of people to buy a game stop or the leverage up to buy game. Stop so there was a lot of people focusing on this. Ipo they supposedly have democratized. Investing course robin hood is not about investing at all. It's about speculating. It's about gambling if anything that's all they've democratized and they're not helping the little people rob the rich right. That's the whole name of robinhood is where you're taking from the rich and you're giving from the poor will what robin hood actually does is. It helps the rich take from the poor because the people who are losing the customers or the people who have accounts at robin hood because they're not actually the customers. Those people are the product. The customers are few hedge funds that are buying all the order flow. So they can trade. Against all the robin hoods right so all the mary men who have got account robinhood are losing a bunch of money and the people who are making. The money are the rich sheriffs who own these hedge funds. The reason they're buying all these orders is because they're making a lot of money off them because the people that have robinhood
Can a New Wave of Crypto IPOs Rekindle Wall Street Excitement?
"Anyways today. We're discussing the robin hood. Ipo and the circle ipo and whether they can get wall street. Stoked on crypto again. So first let's talk some background. In retrospect the coin base ipo as the top sort of looks super obvious right base ipo on april fourteenth and the bitcoin all time high depending on your exact source came within around twenty four hours of that event there was an extraordinary amount of hype around this which by the way is technically direct listing. Not an ipo. But either way there was a ton of hype and it's because in many ways it wasn't just a single event. He was the culmination of an entire narrative which had been driving the industry for upwards of a year that point. Bitcoin had surprising resilience post black thursday crash in march twenty twenty hedge funds. Particularly paul tudor jones start to notice and explicitly identify it as a good trade in the context of massive global money printing. And this wasn't hard to understand right. It was an incredible moment to c- bitcoin supply issuance pro grammatically have had the exact same moment as central banks were getting comfortable with bigger balance-sheets than ever and by the way paul tudor. Jones wasn't even close to the only hedge fund who bought into this narrative by late summer. Early fall some others like stand druckenmiller. We're going on cnbc to say so as well and turn michael sailor and the bitcoin treasury bat and all of a sudden there's an additional dimension to this institutional by narrative other companies like square follow. Suit some really unexpected players. Come in as well like mass mutual's one hundred million dollar bitcoin. By which is where many of you probably. I heard of a breakdown sponsor night dig all of this creates an incredibly strong clear narrative picture going into the holiday in the new year. And then we get alon tesla's one point five billion dollar. Bitcoin treasury by dwarfs at least the initial by of micro strategy and we really off to the races and then coin bases listing is announced and it seems like the combination of things a major truly legitimising company from the crypto space moving into public markets
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"The creature. This week is the wolford singer from german folklore. now the will pretender is ally to mess with tourists. Like the american jack elope or maybe the australian drop bear. Which i'm pretty sure isn't something people believe in but everyone who i've interacted with from australia really holds the line on that one. So i don't know maybe anyway like the jackal up. At least it's something that's made up because taxidermist had extra parts laying around and they wanted to mess with tourists. The story goes that the wool pretender is what happens when a deer and rabbits is meet across the clearing and they feel some complex inter species feelings. I mean they have a lot in common. They're both mammals. Both prey animals both herbivores. That's kind of it. Regardless however the mechanisms for that sort of thing work they realized their love. And the wo- particulars grandparent is the result. I say grandparent because following the deer and rabbits lead and definitely not because taxidermists had a bunch of extra parts on hand and wanted to have some fun. All the other animals of the forest realized that they don't have to stick to their own species and everyone began coupling up in weird weird ways ducks. Weasels bores and hawks. Eventually these filtered down into one creature. The wolf particular there are variations of course but the main version of the wall. Pottinger has bird feet deer antlers. Boar tusks hawk wings in the body. Head and ears of rabbit. They are almost completely harmless to humans but they can be pretty helpful. If you have baldness that you would like to do something about the will partner can help with that part of the side effect of being a combo. All the forest creatures the wo- particulars spit can cure baldness because reasons causing tufts of hair to sprout wherever it touches human skin before you go hunting down the grandchild of every creature in the forest. For some all natural rogaine though be aware that like skunk which must have worked its way into the mix at some point the will particular will spray the person with horrible smelling liquid but unlike the skunk. It can't be removed so you might have those luscious locks but you will wreak until smell magically disappears seven years from the moment your sprayed if someone has a well another typically male problem of things not working as they should. Apparently things can get a little more intense because the wool particular has a solution for that but unfortunately it involves cracking open the bones of the wolpert singer and setting out the nectar inside and then urinating across a streams current is apparently the cure to that particular problem when it comes to catching the wo- pottinger. It's apparently very easy. Prop open a bag with a shovel and put a lick kennel into it. The wool particular will be attracted to light. And once it's in there you just close the bag and then rub it spill over your head kill this impossibly. Cute camera crack open. Its bones to suck up the marrow and enjoy spending seven years smelling like the monster that you are. That's it for this week. Myths and legends is by jason and chris o. Wiser our theme songs by broke for free and the creature the week music is by steve. Combs their links to even more music in the show notes. Thank you so much for listening and we'll see next time. Hey there i'm ronin. Levy one of the co founders of field trip. Join me on a weekly adventure as we explore. How psychedelics can help us break on through to the other side and shifter views on sex science business fitness life and even death we chat with celebrities entrepreneurs artists and doctors about their experiences with psychedelics. So tune in turn on and expand your mind by subscribing to feel tripping wherever you get your podcasts..
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"In the night. A fryer had stopped by the in in a desperate attempt to find lodging for the night because the storm. It just cropped up like robin. He didn't care that he might be sharing a room with someone until he saw a lowly cobbler sleeping in the bed that he would be sharing. He sneered at this indignity put on his night clothes and went to bed when he awoke he found both the cobbler and his own clothes gone. The friar grumbled but he was grateful at least that the cobbler had left his own clothes. His priory was nearby and he could get replacement robes so he didn't have to travel too far in these stinking traveling clothes. The friar had a pleasant breakfast. That definitely wasn't full of spit after he chewed out the innkeeper for the cobbler. Robbing him the night before and decided to just put it all behind him. You'll be back home soon. Back in his own clothes was all going to be okay. He took one step out of the in that morning. Heard a shout and then five nights dog piled on top of him down the road. A ways robin was sitting atop the friars mule. The one that he demanded the innkeeper get ready for him that morning. Waiting at one of the checkpoints to get into sherwood forest wearing the clothes and somber look a priest he knew some of the priest hand gestures and maybe a little more latin than a night. So you'd be able to fake it when interrogated. But he exiled and he heard hooves behind him and shout that they got him. They found them in the cobbler's clothes leaving the in he didn't even put up a fight then the checkpoints that he wanted to be part of the group that brought in robin hood. He looked over the rest of the travelers. Seems like a good group. He galloped off back toward town. They traveled the roads breaking off. One by one until robin hood and the guys of the fryer was the only one that remained on the road to sherwood forest. Well not the only one that remained up ahead. A night poked a fire. He was one of the king's nights but not one. That was hunting robin. It was sir robert. The night that robin it helped robert robbins said with a nod. The night sat up straight and thanked god that he had found robin. Sure the others. Roberts said that he had just come from the hideout in sherwood forest as a night of the king. He passed through the barricades. Robin pointed over his shoulder the barricades he just passed through the barricades. If you could call them that they were just a few easily fooled nights harassing strangers. In easy peasy look over that hill robber. Said he would wait. Robin looked at his friends sideways and climb the next hill staying low on the other side. A familiar form stood. It was the sheriff and he wasn't alone. Now here's where we opened the episode. You see the sheriff had his eyes on the prize. He knew that to be safe. Robin needed to return to sherwood forest. So the problem wasn't robin. It was the forest. If robin could slip into the woods he would vanish so the sheriff would take care of the forest. He and the bishop have been waiting for this day when robbins spat in the i the king. They hand picked dozens of nights. Educated them on robin's tactics and went straight for robbins heart sherwood forest. The king thought that he had robin with the friar. They adjust arrested but the sheriff knew that he could never be that easy. So once the king discovered the reuss with the torch hovering mere feet from the forest the only option was to go scorched earth. When the king sent the word they would torch the forest and shoot anyone that emerged robin new the sheriff as well as the sheriff knew him he knew there was no going home. He slipped back down the hill beating robert the night on a source the night already up on his horse he looked up at the night he needs to go to london. The man needed squire. The night tossed the outlaw uniform. He.
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Robin pulled out to more coins. More than anything. The cobbler had earned on any job. Ever how much for your clothes now. I probably don't need to say this but when a stranger you meet on the street offers you double your monthly salary for cold chicken and your clothes definitely take them up on that offer. That's free money. The cobbler was standing there in his underwear when he realized that he still had to through town. That's when robbins cloak and tunic. His face robin finished putting on the cobbler's close of ras mail and said that he had no need for his own clothes now cobbler caversham. The story doesn't mention the cobbler. Recoiling at the smell of the clothes. Robin had been living in for a week and in which he just runs several miles but soon the men had traded close they walk together and it was mere minutes until they heard a shot behind them. Stop right there. Criminal scum robbins spun around and threw up his hands. He didn't know what was going on. Please nobody hurt him soon. The pair was surrounded and the nights had bows and lances trained on the cobbler. And the blue cloak. Wow what's going on guys. Robbins said that he was just a cobbler from Wait what was the nearest town. Oh derby the night asked derby. That's it he was walking alongside this guy who was bragging about winning some archery competition in london. Robbins said the actual cobbler turn to him. What was robin talking about the night as he dismounted burke that they were asking the questions here he turned to the cobbler in the blue luke. Who insisted that he was the cobbler from derby. The man just paid him to trade. Close the night sneered. That's what they all say. They all say i'm a cobbler from derby. Who just traded closed with the guy next to me. Is the sentence. The cobbler got about halfway through for the night. Punched him in the stomach and he went down hard. The night said that the bishop told them that robin hood would try to talk his way out of stuff. The night pointed to robin. You prove your cobbler. Robin nodded something. He could do because he was a cobbler. Not the desert though which was delicious. This was about shoes. Shoes and boots. Can't forget boots. They have laces sometimes most times heels. Shoes have heels right sometimes. We nail him in there in this time period. Oh can't forget seoul's there our souls to they're on the bottom But it's spelled differently than the in your body. The night held up as pumps. Okay professor enough with the shop. Talk europe cobbler. He turned to his fellow soldier. This other guy checks out. He looked to the double over cobbler. In robin hood's blue cloak who is just now rising from the ground. Send word ahead. We got him then. I turned a robin. Stay safe out there on the road. You never know who. You're walking next to shoe bet. Robin rejoined the night shackled. If he was ever in derby was looking up this cobbler he turned to his fellow night. The scholar was very good. Robin felt a little sorry for the actual cobbler. He heard the night subduing but he got out of there while his enemies were displaying. Their usual level of incompetence thanks to the cobbler's generous sacrifice was able to ease up on the pace a little. He spouted whatever shoe and or desert knowledge. He could to the passing nights until they were sure of his profession. He stopped cook the chicken and then he was able to get a room at the end in derby that night but because of the knights flooding the region they were nearly full up the only thing left was a dingy attic room and that he would probably have a roommate that night but it was like moby dick where the roommate meant bed. Meet because the rooms only had one bed. Robin asked if the bed was the ground because if it wasn't then it was better than where he had been sleeping for the past week. The innkeeper pointed him up the stairs in minutes. Robin was dead to the world when he woke up twelve hours later feeling like a new man. He rolled over and smiled at the man who is sharing the bed with him. Well.
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Robin washed garbed in a blue cloak stepped across the gate of london town. His second in command littlejohn his cousin will scarlet and his minstrel allendale were by his side. They were a safe as they could be. Each man wore a simple cloth cap wind with steel and a coat of linked male underneath their shirts. Robin jumped when they're four. Were five in the page. Richard partington seemed to materialize by their side. Hey guys he said robin asked where he had. Been richard shrugged. oh here. And they're definitely not following their progress the entire time tracking them through the forest robin asked. Was he serious right now. richard laugh. Who knows that's the fun. How the in melton mugabe looked nice rob and asked how the page knew where they stayed the previous night. Richard shrugged just guess they should follow him. Straight to the queen though the city was full of nights who have been charged with hunting them down and those steel caps and mail coats with block some eros but not every arrow will felt as mail. How did richard no. They were wearing male. The page grinned again right this way when the door opened revealing the queen's ladies in waiting little john grinned ladies robin told him that dial that back man. They were guests. Don't make things weird then. Robin saw the queen herself queen. Eleanor you rushed up and bowed. Low saying quote here. I am robin hood. Thou did this bid meet come in low. I do thy bidding. I give myself to the as thy true servant and we'll do that commanding even if it be to the shedding of the last drop of my life's blood. Queen nodded. sure okay. She looked to richard. You told him that it's just an archery competition. So i can one up my husband right. She has dropped into just kind. Pump the breaks with the undying fealty thing. She was grateful for it but she didn't need him to die for her. Just win for her. The group had dinner together. Robin told the queen of their various exploits. Marian had already filter in on some but she really liked hearing about how. The bishop appeared a pompous man. Who was always at her husband's ear spent a few days with the bandits. Allen sang for them and it was a magical evening and for a time. Robin forgot that he was just the pawn in a fight in an unhappy marriage. So when it comes to the competition. I'm just going to get right to it. You know how it goes. Robin arrived at finsbury field. The next day to see eight hundred. Archers king henry road in on a white horse took a seat next to queen. Eleanor both of them. On purple thrones. The king looked on the ranks warmly and the shooting got started. They weren't ten groups of eighty and the best three would compete against each other. See who was the best in each group. Which would compete against each other for the price of ninety pounds. A silver bugle and a quiver of gold tipped arrows. Second prize was one hundred bucks. And that's not how it's meant today was literally one hundred bucks from the king's fields but you had to go out and get them yourself by killing them. Third prize was two tons of wine. Which is kind of misleading. Because that's t. u. n. ton too large casks of wine not two tons t o n s though one is about eight and a third pounds per gallon and a t u. n. Ton contains two hundred and fifty six gallons. So at five hundred. Twelve gallons to t- un tons are pretty much to t. o. n. Tons of wine. Let's move on. The man shot the expected nights. One everything was buttoned up. And as some peasants tried to figure out how to load to metric tons of wine onto a wagon queen. Eleanor turned to king henry. So did he think that those nights out there were the best. Archers and all of mary england the king said yes they literally just had a competition to decide exactly that the queen smirked the king. Turn what the queen shrug. Oh nothing just. What would he say if she found archers that could match his for better his what would he bet. The king said Sure he would throw in ten more tons of wine. Ten tons of aol and four hundred bows to anyone who could beat his best right here. Right now and pardons the queen asked the king said. That's pretty specific but sure. If someone could shoot better than his guys he would pardon them for any crimes they committed for forty days. Now it's weird that he worded at like that basically he's reserving the right to go after someone again for crimes committed in the past at the end of forty days but what he said it sounds like he's encouraging people to commit crimes for forty days. I thought more people would step forward at the prospect of twenty metric tons of alcohol and the ability to do like a purge thing for the next month but when the king looked down on the crowd only three emerged into the field robin little john and will scarlet the bishops. Face blanched mcqueen smiled. Robin hood said that he and his two companions would take that bet and they did like. I said we don't need to go into it. Because robin jumping into archery competitions and sweeping the whole thing with his mary brand of panache is like a trope unto itself. I mean he did so well that he all but split an arrow with another aero john and will didn't do as well as robin though whenever does but they did well enough to unseat the second and third place winners. The goal the wine the deer a lot more wine ale and bows robin and his crew took it. All they also took the pardons which is good because now all the king's nights knew who they were still robin knew how to work a crowd. He stood atop the massive tun of wine that had been rolled out and announced that he didn't need any of this. The prices would go to the men who won them initially and the rest of the wine ale and bows well. There were eight hundred thirsty. Archers here the grumble of the archers instantly exploded into cheers as they collectively decided that this robin guy he was all right. All it took was two thousand gallons of free drinks robin. Tuck the horn away. Something to remember this event by and step down amongst the backslapping and smiles to see little john will scarlet and allendale. They were livid. What were you going to take delivery of the wine in our hideout robbins. Said besides they already shot as many of the king's dear as they wanted also robin pointed to the king who had the bishop of here furred whispering into his ear. Jig was up time to go john wine. That the king promised weep purge pardons yes and a man who has never experienced consequences for anything and has his every whim. Granted immediately would never go back on his word just because he feels like it. Robin said john said okay. Yeah that tracks short to be a jerk about it. Let's go.
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Richard partington the queen's page sat in front of robinhood munching on some bread and sipping the band. it's wine. Oh your guys took my bag at the door. Richard said yes. Money in their robin smiled it. Everything would be fine after. Richard's donation to their cause album with sure he could find someone who had paid. His ransom is travel expenses home. richard nodded. yeah. His family had a lot of money. No worries there but robin should probably see this. He held up his hand and turn the ring on it around the top of which had been previously facing inward hiding a jewel encrusted signet. May i see it. Robin asked and the page slipped it from his finger. Pressing into robin's hand absolutely it was one of a kind given to him by the queen. Herself robin slipped it on his own finger. It was a perfect fit. He wouldn't be able to fence it without melting it down but will be a nice trophy. May i keep it. Robin said holding it out and watching it sparkle in the firelight bo. Absolutely the page replied the page replied with a smile. That hadn't left his face despite him being a captive in addenda thieves. Robin looked to the page. That was different. Usually when he took priceless heirlooms people protested said anything. What was up with this guy. The page segye. Marian had given them the measurements. That stopped robin dead marian. His marian is there any other. Richard asked and then took a sip. He said yeah. She used to work for the queen as robin new and her majesty was confused when mary and left to go become the page for some nobody sheriff in a faraway town but when the clean followed up she learned about robin hood. Marion's husband. Richard raised his glass to robin congrats. Robin thanked him but said he didn't come all this way to give his congratulations for richard nodded. He did not. He came all this way to deliver an invitation. You see the king and queen were medieval royalty. There wasn't a marriage of love but a product of an alliance between two aristocrats who had long since died all that to say now in the middle ages they low key hated each other. They were constantly trying to one up one another and there was an archery competition coming up. The best in the kingdom would compete for a massive amount of wealth in front of the king and queen themselves robin had already been putting his impeccable aim to use humiliating the king out here in the country. How would you like to do so to his face. Robin smiled. He was honored but that sounded like a trap. Richard shrugged it absolutely did. But if robin put any stock in the queen's word in marion's word that he was welcome to come the queen would ensure his safe travel to and from. He only had to win which no one doubted he could do. Robin studied the ring on his finger bit his lip and nodded. All right he would do it. The page grinned untold. Robin and his men were they should be in when he rose in. His bag was placed in his hand. All the gold remaining inside be there. Show the ring when he said before turning to walk off alone into the darkened forest. It was then robin realized that the fool in the bar the one with the money and the tactless pomp and the while was that a jeweled saddle. Yeah he was really asking to get robbed. And be taken straight to robinhood. It had all been a plan or he just been some out of touch noble who thought his extravagant wealth insulated him from any consequences. Hey richard robin called out as the page spurred on his white horse to a walk. I can't tell if you're like a complete fool or the smartest person i've ever met. Robin said richard smiled. You.
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Pat's it that's all a night at this in costs a young man. A royal page laughed. Wow things were so much cheaper out here in the country in london. Where i'm from. Because i worked for the queen notice my flawless hair and silken close a night in a hotel will be much more expensive would be nicer though. His boots lifted as a roach skittered by the innkeeper tavern owner bartender. All the same guy looked at the locals in the lincoln green cloaks who were already eyeing the kid. He usually didn't approve of them doing what they did to his customers. But did they wanna step in here. The young man lead the money on the table. Oh and they were just outside of nottingham. Right maybe the innkeeper could help him find someone. He was looking for robin hood. He lived in these parts right. The innkeeper sat down a drink and looked again to the guys in green. Which the page read as non responsive. The page took a drink and turn to yell the entire bar robinhood. Can anyone help him. Find robin hood. He was from out of town so far from london. Basically no one knew he was here he had money though lots of money. He held up a goldies. This a lot of money to you people. I have no context for how much money is a lot to you guys because my family has been part of the aristocracy longer than this place has been a country. What was i saying. Oh yeah. I have a lot of money on me. The bar looked not to the person speaking but to the two guys sitting next to him will scarlet and much. The miller's son. They snatched the gold coin from his hand and said that they would be happy to take the evidently very lost young man to robin hood as they grabbed him by the shoulder and started to walk him from the bar. They told him it was gonna cost him a lot more though. The page smiled. Awesome.
"robin hood" Discussed on Myths and Legends
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Robinhood Ordered to Pay $70M for 'Significant Harm' to Consumers
"Has been ordered to pay about $70 million for systemic supervisory failures. This, according to a statement from FINRA that is the financial industry Regulatory Authority. It said again in the statement that had found that Robin Hood has quote negligently communicated false and misleading information to its customers during certain periods since September, 2016. Again. It has been fined
Esports Betting Start Ups ft. Steven Salz, CEO of Rivalry
"Help me talk about, mostly anything related to E sports betting including my own company. He's worth setting aside the volume Stephens falls into the CEO of rivalry and E Sports and sports betting company. How you doing? Stephen Good. Thanks for having me excited to be here in case people don't know who you are. You're you're based out of Toronto Canada. Like I said, see old rivalry, the the Robin Hood of e Sports and sports betting. You're a former of yourself, you know, you turn this passion into what I would call a content to Commerce authentic story. Then you kind of build this platform from scratch and you know just early this your home is what twenty million dollars. Yep. Awesome. So yeah and robbery, of course, it's answer. Maybe it's the the leading sports betting and sports media property right now offering fully regulated on Thursday. During these Sports awesome, it's such a great industry. They tend to find yourself in. And I just, I'm just curious, you know, how did you ever find yourself in that position? Yeah, so, I guess it goes back. I mean, so first one, when I was younger, I'd played a bit of time, Rainbow Six on Xbox, like early Xbox and that's a new bra know in Canada, there was definitely like, I mean, it was really a sports then it was just people pussy. Clans and playing competitive. Competitively online and there was actually this is like Roman MLG was getting started. They would host these like really really, really tiny tournaments at The Fan Expo in Toronto and the fanxchange is like Toronto's version of Comic-Con. It's like the Canadian like small version of it. So would play we play at those with my I have a twin brother so we would we would do that. Then we got extremely addicted to World of Warcraft played that Route 4 to 5 years. Really, really consistently up until like the end of kind of let's say, burning Crusade. And then once University and decided to kind of do some other things with our time, but did that and then do professionally went into the financial industry sort to finance for a bit and then really in like 2013 and 14 when valve released the arms deal update and skins trading started to pick up, I was just playing Counter-Strike box games and do a lot of people do. Thought that was a really interesting kind of business and it paired a little bit with my current experience in the financial industry and honestly we're just getting excited by wage. Happening like in Escape Marketplace this to like Dota 2 in csgo skins, the market places. I ended up meeting these two guys, Ryan White and Kevin Wimmer who are the co-founders of Loop Market, which is anyone here that would do two player and bought skins should remember? Cuz I think, at one point, we were the largest Dota 2, skins Marketplace globally. So they were running that out of Toronto, which was more just coincidence. And this is like a 1015 early 2016. At this point we ended up becoming Partners where I said, hey, you know, well, maybe raise some money and help dilute Market a bit, but let's also look at doing other things and let's say, gave me media any sports together
Crypto's Awful Weekend
"In the world crypto currencies. It really was anything but quiet a selloff that was still keeping. The market's attention on friday lengthened into the weekend with bitcoin around thirty two thousand five hundred ish on sunday ethereal itself saw its own coin fall to around nineteen over the same timeframe now since then things have gotten better with bitcoin rebounding to around thirty seven thousand five hundred and ether to around Two thousand three hundred fifty and keep in mind that you know you're going to hear this an hour after i vented coordinates if those numbers change. Don't bite me. It's just that's cryptos go anyways. Both coins remained far far below the all-time highs they set very recently a force. Bitcoin spiked sixty four thousand and either cracked about forty three hundred before losing more than half its value. So it's been rough you know it was a rough weekend. Why do we care well. We care because the crypto focus portion of the venture capital world is not getting smaller overtime. There's more and more capital into these companies. It seems and also kind of critically the number of companies both startup and mature in general the generate. At least some real news from bitcoin and the the broader crypto world is going up. That means we're talking about robin hood not just coin base and square not just blockchain dot com. That sort of thing. The increasing horizontal nece essentially fintech means that the number of companies with at least a toe in the crypto market is larger than ever and as we know that trading volumes in the crypto market to follow price changes seen such sharp declines is not good for more companies than you probably think now in response to what i just said. Coined based stock of is up. Three percent pre-market trading. So you know twenty twenty. one things. Don't make sense take everything the grain of salt
Robinhood Will Give Retail Investors Access to IPO Shares
"This is pretty remarkable statement. Being made by robin hood in reap ravenous saying it will give retail investors access to those shares they will not be an underwriter for companies hitting the public market but the stock trading company will get an allocation of shares by partnering with investment banks. So the question is how much and who's actually robinhood going to get them. And i could share historically been aside for you know the rich and famous high net worth people this big so this is fantastic that they're starting Access and This would sway me a back to their app especially even participate with no account minimums. Now let me say that again. You can participate in that coming with no account minimums now. of course there's gonna be limited number shares. You're going to get but this move is probably going to be antagonized while street quite a bit and we know that. Ipo stocks hop on first day average is thirty six percent in two thousand twenty so individual best author. Somebody's popular names. That you can't get access to is exciting i will i will. I will double down this. If we're actually can get in on some aikido doesn't matter how many shares you get long as you get a few to worthy worthy investment. Most of the time. If you've done your due diligence on picking a stop that you wanna purchase but a biggs is going to be the first ipo. A medical scrubs company bigs which filed its. Excuse me if i were to go. People go public and thursday will be the first company and they anticipate that up to one percent of the shares of class. A common stock offered will be at will be available for robinhood investors. So that's fantastic news. It really really is
S.E.C. Chair Gensler Emphasizes Transparency in Markets
"The securities and exchange commission is exploring new rules for brokerage apps that gamified trading speaking to the house financial services committee today new. Sec chair. gary gansler said applications that use visual graphics to reward a user's decision to trade might result in worse outcomes for investors gansler said that the current investor protection were written before trading move to online platforms. The hearing comes after a boom and trading through apps like robin hood drove several stocks including game. Stop and amc to record heights. Robinhood says that it reduces barriers to investing but doesn't gamified trading
Massachusetts Looks to Bar Robinhood in State; Company Sues
"Now this Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin is seeking the revocation of Robin Hood's broker dealer license, saying the company encourages an experienced investors to place risky trades without limits. It comes as Robin Hood is suing in state court in Boston to challenge a new conduct rule. The secretary of state's office
Coinbase Experiences Brisk User Growth Ahead of IPO
"Have to take a minute to go over coin basis. Insane q one numbers. We've always even spending a lot of time here this week. On coin base. They announced the date of their ipo last week. And it is slated for april fourteenth. Now part of the reason they delayed their ipo until q two was so that they could release their q. One numbers and boy were they. Monster in total coin base has over fifty six million verified users. Compare that for example to robin hood's thirteen million active users went from two point. Eight million in q four two thousand twenty to six point one million in q one twenty twenty one trading volume in q one was three hundred and thirty five billion compared to one hundred ninety three billion for all of two thousand twenty and total assets on coin base went from ninety billion to two hundred twenty three billion a one hundred and fifty percent jump quarter over. Quarter the craziest part of that one. And certainly validation of the institutional narrative was that one hundred and twenty two million of that two hundred and twenty three billion overall came from institutions. Now the number that people were most focused on was revenue. Revenue was one point eight billion for the quarter compared to one point three billion for all of last year and something that will be absolutely shocking to wall street. The company actually had a net income of seven hundred and thirty million to eight hundred million. Basically this is exactly what the crypto kids knew was coming but still caught. Many wall street analysts off guard. Da davidson raised their price. Target from one hundred ninety five dollars a share to four hundred forty that price target is a twenty x multiple on twenty twenty one revenue. They had previously estimated six hundred and fourteen million in q one revenue which was obviously about a billion dollars off this price target would put coin bases valuation at a whopping. One hundred and forty-four billion dollars
Stock trading app company Robinhood files plan to go public
"Trading at Robin Hood is planning to go public later this year. The company's at the center of a fight between online activist investors and institutional investors over companies such as Gamestop and AMC Entertainment. Robin Hood is under congressional investigation after restricting trading of those companies earlier in the year. The APP allows users to by fractions of a share in a
Robinhood files confidential paperwork to go public
"Accompany popular with entry level. Investors has filed the confidential paperwork with regulators to eventually sell its own stock to the public. No word yet on one robin hood. Ipo would happen. When individual investors guided by threads on the online message board read. It started a frenzied buying game. Stop shares this year. Many bought their game. Stop using the robin hood app for free. But if it's free robinhood make it's money and what a risk for those who might consider buying eventual robinhood stocks
Has the Pandemic Resulted in the Death of Privacy?
"Last year. Around this time we talked with. Amy webb futurist and founder of the future today institute about how businesses might respond to the pandemic and how things might change in the future as a result of such a big direction. Changing event one thing. She was really clear on. Is that most likely. The pandemic would accelerate the death of privacy. And now amy webb says. Yep that definitely happened starting in school one of the interesting thing. That's things that has happened over the past twelve months that we've really relaxed some of our feelings about privacy and security for a lot of people who were able to send their kids back to school. Those schools required downloading an application and filling out. Pretty private details about your children that ranged from where you've traveled to whether or not somebody had symptoms all of. That's attached to that child's name and it gets uploaded and there was no choice if you want your kid to go to school. Got to download this app to your phone. Which by the way. There's a lot of other personally identifiable information. That's that's attached to it and it's not like these apps for sending purely anonymous data back and forth. We're going to have to reconcile that at some point. And i here's like another interesting set of connections that i can make about the past twelve months multiple times. We've been in situations whether it was the emergence of the corona virus or the insurrection on the capital or the craziness and volatility in the market as a result of game stop trading in previous years our government institutions and our regulators would have stepped in and they would have stepped in to to mitigate what was happening and instead we saw companies stepping in either to provide services that the government couldn't or to regulate in some way one of the things that we saw happen as a result of the virus was something that i call a c. it's like a diaz except companies so rather than it being a distributed. Denial of service gobert denial of service And it happened again again. And i think we are now on a path where we have to ask given what we've just seen over the past twelve months. What role in the future to our institutions. Play and what influence do companies actually have on society. That you know. Maybe they've had for a while but we haven't been willing to confront and does that mean for all of us going forward so fair to say examples of a see dos would be for example twitter banning president trump robin hood shutting down trading when things got really relatively game stop. Aws and yeah. I mean we can. We can rattle off at this point a pretty long list and again our governmental institutions in this country. Were not set up to move fast and break things. There's one way to look at this last year at this time and we talked the virus felt like it was emerging. The problem is that we. We'd like a four month lead time and there just wasn't any action taken so in a way Everybody kind of dragged their heels and failed to make decisions and contingency plans at every level and in every type of business in every school. There's nobody seemed to be prepared. Even though we were essentially watching a slow-motion explosion happening and then in the aftermath of that we saw you know. I don't know there's no other way to to phrase this. I mean we saw a government leadership that just didn't have the chops we had people running the show. That just didn't have the experience. And i think that created this vacuum for google and apple to step in and try to build contact tracing systems and a year later everyday people stepping up to build corona virus vaccine information websites. Because it's been so challenging and there was there was no direction whatsoever and in the interim we've got companies making decisions about whether or not to allow people to do their business or to say what they wanna say. I think there's been a really profound shift that everyday people will start to recognize. That hasn't an apparent yet because we've been dealing with the crisis from day to day
Robinhood chooses the Nasdaq for its IPO, sources say
"Stock trading up robin hood plans to file for confidential. Ipo as early as this month bloomberg previously reported the company may offer some shares to its users at its ipo price. Although no timing on an ipo has been finalized
"robin hood" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Many of you have heard of the ups and downs of Robin Hood this past week. This is the story of a faith they stole from the rich and gave to the poor call him Robin Hood. It's got a nice ring to it. Anything nice ring, but we aren't talking about that Robin Hood. We mean the Robin Hood trading up with thousands of people were buying and selling game stops stock. Sending the price soaring and then crashing. At one point during the frenzy, the APP blocked people from selling the stock traders were fuming, so they released their fury on Twitter. Some got confused where the worldwide Robin Hood Society and we are based here in Sherwood in Nottingham on, But it was basically put together by a group of enthusiasts who wanted to spread the word about Robin Hood worldwide. That's Lisa Douglas, who helps with the group's social media, which honestly didn't have a big online presence until last week. Thursday lunchtime We had 350 followers. Now we've got over 60,000. But in the beginning they weren't all fans far from it. They thought we were robbing hood up and they were contacting us to shout status and complain that they couldn't do their dealings or whatever they were doing. On de so we would just put a tweet out to explain who we are, and that we're over here in England, minding our own business. Really? Well, that tweet quickly tamed the Twitter sphere. And there was a sudden outpouring from new fans. We have had so many people coming back and saying, Well, I've never heard of you before, but I love Robin Hoods on now I'm going to follow you and You know you're the good guy. You know, We hope you're okay after being dragged into all of this. Lisa Douglas has been delighted by the response, calling it quote, heartwarming and very much in the spirit of the society's namesake. Robin Hood has always been throughout history. He's always fought for the underdog. So you know, we think that perhaps the name the Robin Hood Act isn't fighting on the right side of the Robin Hood legend at the moment, But we certainly are. We fight for the little guy. We're happy Band. We're a merry merry band when the pandemic is actually over the merry band from the worldwide Robin Hood Society of Nottingham Hopes all you new followers who come for real visit..
"robin hood" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We had Robin Hood, which is a popular free stock trading app. Forced to pay a big fine to the Securities and Exchange Commission. What exactly did they allegedly do? The SEC says that Robin Hood hit from their customers that it was funneling their orders and do high frequency. Wall Street traders. Robin Hood is going to settle for $65 million. But of course, they didn't do anything wrong. Here's how it works. Free stock trading APS like Robin Hood, tell traders one of its 10 Million users wants to buy a stock of certain price. Then those traders jump in front of that trade, trying to sell it to you for maybe just a few pennies more. So it sounds like it didn't cause the average trader very much. Was it a big deal? Well, it's a reminder that when Wall Street is offering you anything for free that maybe you are actually the product. Now we like that Robin Hood is getting more young people invested in the market. But day treating is almost always a losing proposition over the long run, and that we're hearing stories about kids in their twenties they're betting on Chinese luxury vehicle stocks. And biotech companies. You never know exactly Simply wanting point is, there's no there's nothing for free on Wall Street financial institution is offering you something at no cost. Remember that you are probably the product got it. All right, get closer news time here. Gonna have a few updates, or maybe see next. Our current driver's about a quarter after Um Discovering followed of fall out from yesterday. John Parkinson as well. At 7 50 this morning with an update and Brad Garrett in the last hour. They could look at technology and how it might lead to arrests and things like that so busy stuff on the way, including news in just a couple 700. W well, w.
"robin hood" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
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"robin hood" Discussed on Underrated
"And. Oh. I think just the fact that taking all of these levels of of comedy an quality putting them under the format of Robinhood in a Mellberg's Robin Hood? Parody. Is just. That's my. That's my theory on why it doesn't. Why didn't score as high as? Say. His other films were his other films are considered timeless classics. In and I agree with that comedies always had tough spot. On anything you know you're never gonNA see a comedy gate. I mean, yeah, maybe I guess when Francis you won't see them get an academy award over a drama or something else. You know it's very rare for. Even get nominated for any Oscar. Anything which which in my mind and Oscar should be just how well as a performance in any category whether it is drama, it is comedy. It is even a cartoon movie. You know like they should have their own categories and everyone should be because there are some comedies that are damn good calm I mean like just like they'll bust your guts everytime you watch like though should be praised for what they are and I don't mean like by us but with an award of that stature of like an Oscar or something like that because they do. The golden hanging in. There is a lot more valuable because it is just have categories and stuff like that. See I. Don't like that the Golden Globes do that because it kind of feels like they're like, okay. Here's our drama category. This is important one, and then we've got the best picture. Comedy. Comedies that we don't really care about as much. It feels like almost like splitting it so that we don't ever have to give comedy. We can still give comedies of this picture a quote unquote, but we don't have to give it to them over these dramas dramas can compete against them. Because If you look at a movie like like our Galaxy Right. Scott your actions at your comedy. It's got your stuff in it. I mean those those consider you know somewhere in between. So there's movies like that. I'm not saying that one but they someone that comes to mind right now I really quickly there's movies like that were you know they could win an award you they could push their way through but they're not because comedies just I it's always been A. I'm not saying that it's low brow but for some reason, people feel that dramas are are more important. It's that's where the acting is, but I gotta say to make somebody laugh actually believe that you're funny is take some kind some acting take some talent. Yeah no I.
"robin hood" Discussed on Underrated
"Yeah, it could have been, but you know what these movies always do. Though the Mel, Brooks always end up getting some kind of cult following they always have a lot of followers afterwards. So I a lot of people have seen Robin, hood, main. Tights and love the movie I know a Lotta people who've seen space balls and they say they the movie and the same thing with blazing saddles like I haven't seen blazing saddles still. A few years ago. Probably yeah, I want to say a few years ago of the other movies but I just never saw blazing saddles just never I've never been to huge of our Western fan. And I saw fucking hilarious but that's still you got to watch young Frankenstein to that's that's fucking great to. Neither that? Yeah for sure for me that's the that's the one that's in the same category. Probably is Robin Hood insights because that is that's another one where it's just like so much dumb comedy like that I I and I think that the thing that Mel Brooks does well is that he had parody films can get dated pretty quickly because like you know like. You don't get the references and there's even some of that in this we like how they like make reference to home alone you're like, oh. Yeah. Okay. Whatever. But like you know what your parenting stuff like you know Robin Hood or like Frankenstein and Star Wars, those are like iconic movies that are going to be around and probably robinhood more than even star wars or. Frankenstein because Robin Hood gets made. So often there's so many robinhood movies that this movie will always feel like a role in parody like you're always going to be like Oh. This is making fun of the sheriff of Nottingham Everybody. who like there's always every generation has a bunch of sheriff of Nottingham. We all knew that is whether it's like you know the. In the door, the one, the Russell Crowe movie or the one in the movie with a what's the fucking Jamie Fox when they came out a couple of years ago. Like there's so much robinhood that this is kind of like like a perfect parody even though it was made, you know twenty five years ago. It still feels the characters in the things that it's making fun of even though it's making fun of a from Nineteen ninety-one mostly still feels like it's you can like get that. What's fun of no matter what Yeah, yeah and then. There's this I don't this this comedy the kind stands the test time of of just like you said, you know Simpleton de nut I wouldn't go far is dumb but simpleton kind of comedy just simple. Don't take too much timer thought and it just it's just stunned so. Easily. It's Very. It's a very fun movie to watch and. Just. I don't know it it. It's the it always makes me. So lap. So much of how the Sheriff Rockingham just cannot. He's really good Vogel dyslexic person where he like mixes up words and things like that, and just just him in him and and the king just being or the prince just breed on like these prints johnny just. Being this like comedic. Prince John like the suddenness kind of like a throwback to like an Abacus Selo of of like one being the straight man and the other one being the kind like off book or you know kind of Wacky but not too wacky one. that can't do anything. Right? Yeah it's it's just A. The what Mel Brooks, does with all his commies is creating these just econo- characters in a way of you know robinhood and and and little..
"robin hood" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And in Alex's suicide note he said quote how was a twenty year old with no income able to get almost a million dollars worth of leverage Alex killed himself because he woke up one morning looked at his Robin Hood account and saw that he was in debt over seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars else was wrong that wasn't the correct information but because he was inexperienced and he didn't know what he was doing he mis read the information and in a panic he feared that he had massively settled himself with debt but he would never be able to get out from under and tragically he committed suicide he had started investing during the pandemic opening his account at Robin Hood took advantage of the commission free trading using their fun and free easy to use mobile apps that even rewards new customers by giving them free shares of stock in the last several months Robin Hood has added three million new accounts Alex started trading options in his suicide note he was filled with anger toward Robin Hood said he had quote no clue on quote as to what he was doing screen shot on his mobile phone showed his account with a negative value of almost seven hundred fifty thousand dollars but that was not an accurate number it was just information on his account Alex said in his suicide note the never authorized margin trading you're shocked to find a small account could rack up such a huge loss he accused Robin Hood of allowing him to pile on too much debt in in hindsight he said he didn't know what he was doing he said quote there was no intention to be assigned this March and take this much rest and I only thought I was risking the money that I actually owned I want to know what he was doing on his trading options highly complex series of trades that requires a pretty good amount of.
"robin hood" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Lives of thousands of new York's seems keeping our children educated and engaged as one of the big challenges the city faces right now and with our schools closed some seven hundred and fifty thousand students have lost access to two meals a day to million of our neighbors need to eat that's a tough challenge but Robin Hood is ready to help for thirty years they have supported thousands of non profit groups our hardest hit neighborhoods they already know how and where to make a difference they launched a Robin Hood relief fund in March when we add contributions from that fund into our tally for tonight's telethon what does that bring us up to on my sixty three million dollars truly amazing but we can do better we've come this far can you help us pass a hundred million dollars please go to Robin Hood dot org to donate now to support the great work and organizations you've seen tonight every dollar goes to groups like this one Brooklyn workforce innovations which is working hard to get New York back to work yes we can do for someone is give them the skills and access to employer network to be able to swarm all the work that supports themselves and their families and puts them on a true career used to words or might have a mobile company when I lose my job I had a one year old baby and then I went to Harvard and a one year old she changed my life completely almost every day home delivery swell at the beginning I was scared so when I went to work awards will go I you go to the hospital you do see people told they told me crazy customers tell you what you know thank you so much for your.
"robin hood" Discussed on Starting9
"And hey, this shit's interesting and like it's not just about one team. And I think if the if the Cleveland franchise left, it would just be that even more extreme. What it sounds? It. Sounds to me like all three of us are or fairly invested in either our city or our team and. That's a good thing. It's a great thing. You wanna know why? That's a good thing. Corrobos is it because investing is a good thing. Investing is always good thing. And I think about us as sort of the Robin hoods of the baseball world kind of stealing the information from the rich and giving it to these poor downtrodden beaten down fan bases. Who yearns for the information delivered the way they want it delivered corrobos, and that's what the fuck we're here for but our friends at Robin Hood or also here to help you put your money in the right spots. Robinhood, pretty sweet investing app. I've come across here. This thing. Let's you know, you don't have much to invest provice. Maybe in MAC and cheese. You check out the craft stocks. You know, you you could check out you could check out vitamin. D milk stocks and Seattle those are going ETF's options. Crypto guy crops. I don't know probably not wire money. It does your make it some of it. You're making pretty good money. These days. I don't know what your trip dole account looks like even if it's crypto all these are commissioned free. That's that's a it's a big note..
"robin hood" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Now, it's time for our buzz from the back lot segments and this week. We've got tension between star and director Errol Flynn was not happy. When Michael critise was assigned to the film as he didn't care for critise dictatorial methods and the two clashed often while filming the charge of the light brigade in nineteen thirty six especially over what he an avid horseman saw as critise indifference to the injuries and deaths of many of the horses used in the film. Also, probably didn't help that Errol Flynn was married to critise his former wife lily Dhamija, James Cagney was the studio's original choice for Robin Hood. However when Cagney walked off set the film's producer Hal Wallis made the decision to cast aero Flynn instead against the studios wishes. It was also Wallace's decision to keep made Marian. When the original script writer wanted to dump her character from the script together. Wallace felt Marian was an indispensable fixture of robinhood advice. After the, sir. Joseph oak called the gallows oak in the film where Robin Hood forms his outlaw band was supposedly the largest living oak tree in the world. At the time of filming in nineteen thirty seven the rock that aero Flint stands on in front of the tree is a prop. And the oak was felled by lightning in nineteen seventy nine and only then was it discovered that it was actually two oak. Trees estimated to be one hundred twenty five years old that had fused together over time. And while we're talking about plant life, although shot in California, indigenous English plants were added, and the grass was painted to give a greener more English look to the background while filming Robin hoods escape from the castle. Basil Rathbone was knocked down and trampled by extras causing a spear wound in his right foot that required eight stitches to close out the stunt players. Also were heavy padding underneath steel breastplate over. Laid with some balsa wood to absorb the impact of the arrows. Also Ouch sword. Master Fred Cavins who staged the duals, and captain blood and nineteen thirty five was assigned to make the fight scenes, exciting Cavins believe that dual should be magnified and exaggerated for effect. His approach was to create a routine that was choreographed like a dance with counts and phrases, basil Rathbone was already impressive fencer. So aero Flint trained with Cavins though. Many sources say Flint was less than dedicated to the task and relied more on his innate athletic ability in this area. Liberties were also taken with history, although broad swords that would have been typical for the area were used, but designed as lighter and more manageable replicas the fight scenes Inc. Fencing techniques that would not have actually been developed until decades later when the adventures of Robin Hood was screened for preview audiences the preview audiences reaction was so positive that. The film was released without any alterations to the plot whatsoever. And the film was also so successful that a sequel was commissioned. However, the US government wanted to restrict the amount of money invested in filmmaking at that point in anticipation of joining World War Two. So it was delayed by nineteen Forty-five. When the war was over the project was scrapped because Livia Havilland and Claude rains or no longer employed. At Warner Brothers Howard hill who is listed in the credits. As captain of the archers also played Elwin, the Welshman in the archery contest hill, actually made the shot where we see one arrow split another. And he did all the shots which required hitting human targets. He also worked closely with the sound department to produce the distinctive arrow sounds by using specially made EROs I mentioned in our feature presentation that beautiful cinematography using three strip technicolor while the production used all eleven of the technicolor cameras in existence in nineteen. Thirty eight and they all had to be returned to technicolor at the end of each day's filming. Lastly at the time of release Robin Hood was the most expensive film ever made by Warner Brothers. Jack, Warner approved the initial budget of one point six million, though, the budgets swelled to over two million. Luckily, the film ended up being a tremendous success and the highest grossing Warner Brothers film that year..