36 Burst results for "Roger"
Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings
"The Padres scored true roger the top of the fourth inning and took their 5th road series win with a two zero victory over the Phillies When he pitched you darvis scattered 6 hits he struck out 5 and 7 innings of work to improve his record to four and one helping the Padres pick up their 7th series win overall San Diego took a one zero lead when a single by Robinson Cano that was either followed by a sacrifice fly by Haas young Kim Kyle Gibson took the loss for the fills and saw his record drop the three and two Michael luongo Philadelphia
Fresh update on "roger" discussed on Sound ON
"Fixes They should be reopened within two weeks and starting to produce again So we will solve this problem I think you'll see that the bipartisan but we'll have to have that vote next week and see Senator Tim kaine earlier today talking with us in the halls of Congress just to get back to the Ukraine vote today as we told you is 86 to 11 11 Republicans voted no For the additional funding for Ukraine starting with Rand Paul who of course already expressed issues We talked about that with senator Kane The other no votes Senators Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee John boozman Arkansas Mike Braun Indiana Mike crapo Idaho Bill haggerty of Tennessee Josh hawley of Missouri Mike Lee of Utah roger Marshall of Kansas Cynthia lummis of Wyoming Tommy tuberville of Alabama all coming out against the legislation despite.
Rep. Cammack: Pallets of Baby Formula Are Going to the Border
"Let's listen together to this congresswoman from Florida. She posted this video on Facebook day before yesterday. But something that I absolutely have to share with you right now is the craziness of the empty shelves Biden movement and the fact that they are sending palettes palettes of baby formula to the border. Meanwhile, in our own district at home, we can not find baby formula. This is a picture from a target. Oh, it's upside down. Sorry. Okay. We literally are struggling to find baby formula around the country. Moms are struggling going from store to store to store. And then the stores are actually capping the amount of baby formula that they will sell them. But and this got sent to me by a border patrol agent this morning and said, this is disgusting, you will not believe this. They're receiving pallets and more palettes. Of baby formula. At the border. This was taken at Ursula. Processing facility where thousands are being housed and processed and then released subsequently into the United States. So think about this. This is what America last looks like. This is a 100% what it looks like. And in response, Congress, we actually, before I even got these photos, we were working with our colleagues on the energy and commerce committee and ranking member Kathy McMorris Rogers who is doing a bang up job. She put together a letter that their finalizing right now, going to The White House, going to the administration, demanding answers. And it is hands down one of the most frustrating experiences.
NFL Releases Cleveland Browns Schedule for 2022 Season
"I got the brown schedule last night. The browns NFL released the schedule. And there it is, we open away and we close away. Honestly, the NFL hates the browns. They've always hated the browns. I don't know why they hate Cleveland, but Roger Goodell, you know, he walked in and said, whatever we do in the schedule, the browns are gonna open away and close away. And we close at Pittsburgh. Even though they're lousy in a crummy team, we do open away in Carolina. And if we can't beat Carolina, it's gonna be a long season, but deshaun Watson probably going to be suspended. I don't know. But as a browns fan as a northeastern Ohio native is a true blue son of the land that schedules okay. But I have to complain because I am a true blue senator
Former FBI Agent Steve Gray: 'The Bureau Rules by Fear'
"If I had been, I'm not a law enforcement officer, but if I had been one of the special agents, tasked to raid Roger Stone's home, an elderly man with a deaf wife, who was told to take a loaded M4 carbine, put on a body armor, hard plated vest at 6 a.m., bang on the door with a fast boat behind the building in the canal and FBI helicopters above the building. I hope I hope that I would have had the courage to give my supervisory special agent or the a sack or what have you. My badge and tell him, sir, here's my gun, here's my badge, this is wrong. This is a politically driven issue in the past you would have requested the bureau would have said to Roger Stone's lawyer, would your client please come into our field office tomorrow at 10 a.m. and not raid his house like he's a head of the Medellín drug cartel. Is that demand that I would make of myself, is that unreasonable and are you disappointed by the fact that we don't seem to see pushback in an overly politicized bureau today? That's absolutely correct. You have to understand the bureau. The bureau rules by fear within the organization. They rule with an iron fist and they rule with fear, meaning that they keep the agents in fear constantly of either losing their job or getting a high suspension. And the reason is is because they just tell, look, there's always somebody that can take your place. So there's a lot of that going on. And these guys have families. They have, you know, they have houses and mortgages that they have to pay for. But in that Roger Stone case, you're absolutely right. They should have, they would have normally just called him and said, we have a warrant for your arrest. Have your attorney bring you down to the FBI building. We'll come bring you through the back door. We'll process you. We'll take you over to the courthouse, and you'll probably be ROR and release your own recognizance that day, and he'd been back home probably by 3
Blue Jays beat Yanks 2-1, end New York's 11-game win streak
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Bichette homers, Gausman fans 10 as Blue Jays top Astros 3-2
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Springer homers twice vs former team, Jays beat Astros 2-1
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Astros slug 3 HRs in 4th straight win, 11-7 over Blue Jays
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Springer hits tying HR, Jays rally to beat Red Sox 6-5 in 10
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Bichette breaks tie with 1st slam, Blue Jays top Red Sox 6-2
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An In-Depth Look at the 2022 NFL Draft
"It. We got NFL Draft this week. Coming up next week. And so we're giving you a preview today of what this strap is going to look like, but I wanted to do it a little bit differently. And I coach Gayle and I have been talking a lot over the last year about football and live and how it all relates. But getting into the specifics now, the draft, I think it's going to be really interesting as we take a look at some of the mechanics behind the scenes. We always see the grand entrance of Roger Goodell coming out and with the first pick in the draft, so and so. And but there's a lot that goes on behind the scenes here. And I want to talk about then get into some of the specifics and how you're judging, you know, I think Chan unit is you're going to see Chan Gayle and I've talked about this for you're judging 20 year olds. And saying, you're making millions of dollars decisions based on 20 year olds. So it's going to be a good time. So Chan, welcome to the podcast. It's glad to have you. Thank you, Doug. It's always great to be with you, especially this time of year. It's fun time. It is good.
Correction: Sarasota Airport Is Not Extending Mask Mandate
"All the airlines, Uber, Amtrak, airports, somebody called us and falsely asserted that the Sarasota airport in Sarasota, Florida, was going to extend the mask mandate through mid may. Thanks to ace newsman roger P shulman here at a.m. 8 60, the answer in Tampa Bay. That is false. The Sarasota airport is not requiring masks at Sarasota's Bradenton international airport. They are no longer required there. I apologize for the wrong information. And I do apologize to the Sarasota airport. You know, a caller sometimes they get things wrong. Sometimes people are trolling us, sometimes people just genuinely and innocently get wrong information and they forward it. And I should do a better job of being on my guard against a caller like that. So my apologies to the Sarasota Bradenton international airport. They are not extending the mask mandate.
The Defense Budget Is Bleeding Money Due to Inflation
"I'm going to talk to Mike Rogers right after this about this. I'm going to talk about the defense budget, and the fact that the defense budget seems to me to be antiquated and still apply divided in four sections and those sections don't change in response. Do you think the defense budget needs a fundamental reconfiguring in the aftermath of what we've learned in Ukraine? Yeah, well, Jerry Hendrix and others are convincing me that yes, we do need to move more to a navy centric kind of approach. But you at the levels we're talking about now, I mean, as you know, what the budget the administration submitted is a real cut in the defense budget. They're losing several $1 billion a month to inflation.
Ramos shines in debut, Giants edge Marlins 3-2
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Ana Navarro: Senate Republicans Will Feel Bad Not Confirming KBJ
"And what about the facts What about the facts of her Of her soft on pervert decisions Do the right thing vote for that No I don't think so Go ahead We feel bad that we're voting against her They feel bad because they know she's going to be not bad enough Well they feel bad because she's going to have the 50 votes She's going to be the justice And they are going to have missed the historical moment of voting for the first historical moment What about what Janice Rogers Brown we didn't miss a historical moment there And I may I call you Anna Go ahead And they're going to go down in history as having been against the first They're going to go down in history as having been against somebody who is extremely radical Who's not only soft on crime was soft on child pornographers Hello Child pornographers May I say it again She was soft on child pornographers
Anti-death penalty advocate weds man on Oklahoma death row
"An an anti anti death death penalty penalty advocate advocate has has married married a a man man on on Oklahoma's Oklahoma's death death row row Leah Leah Rogers Rogers says says she's she's keenly keenly aware aware of of the the realities realities facing facing her her and and Richard Richard Colossus Colossus it's it's a a very very unique unique set set of of circumstances circumstances obviously obviously not not everybody's everybody's gonna gonna understand understand that that Rodgers Rodgers spent spent more more than than a a decade decade advocating advocating for for an an end end to to capital capital punishment punishment her her new new husband husband was was twice twice convicted convicted and and sentenced sentenced to to die die for for ordering ordering the the nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven killing killing of of the the owner owner of of the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City motel motel we're we're gonna gonna support support for for rich rich surviving surviving execution execution three three execution execution accounts accounts possibly possibly facing facing off off for for a a little little one one thing thing he's he's really really taken taken away away from from that that is is don't don't take take anything anything for for granted granted in in an an AP AP interview interview Roger Roger bristled bristled at at the the suggestion suggestion Colossus Colossus notoriety notoriety is is what what attracted attracted her her to to him him there there is is absolutely absolutely nothing nothing romantic romantic about about the the person person you you love love facing facing not not just just death death but but a a potentially potentially pretty pretty torturous torturous death death Rogers Rogers says says the the focus focus should should be be on on gossips gossips innocence innocence adding adding he he has has already already lost lost twenty twenty five five years years of of his his life life I I bet bet Donahue Donahue
Democrats Ignore How They Treated Janice Rogers Brown
"But I want to get back to Jamil hill. And she said that, well, you have to look at what we black women just looked at what happened with. Catan G Brown Jackson. It was just couldn't give a rip about what happened to Janice Rogers Brown. The tanji Brown Jackson says she didn't even know that her nomination was held up for two years. Didn't even know that Joe Biden the Democrats filibustered it for two years. Didn't even know that when she got on the D.C. Court of Appeals, Joe Biden threatened to filibuster her again if she was nominated for Supreme Court Justice. Did Jamil hill and the rest of them like mister stahl, who claimed Josh hosley was trying to get Jackson Brown Jackson killed even know about it. Did they care, of course not? Because Brown. Because Janice Rogers Brown is committed the impartial sin of being a black person who's a conservative.
John Zmirak: Ketanji Brown Jackson Represents Dem Values Perfectly
"But right now I'm doing a radio show with our friend, John zamick. John, can we change the channel to talk about the Supreme Court confirmation hearings that are going on right now? Yeah, I've got another piece of the stream. She's not to want to broadly, but she'll do. Tangy Brown Jackson represents Democrat values perfectly. Now, by the way, this piece is so sarcastic. I want to warn people that the level of sarcasm, this is the one. Yeah. Yeah, this is the one where you go out so far on a limb that they're going to people are not going to understand that you're being sarcastic, but please continue, my friend. Right, thank you. Well, when justice Breyer announced he was going to retire. And we knew that the secret committee formerly known as Joe Biden would have a chance to pick a Supreme Court Justice. I immediately came forward with a few arguments. So I said, first of all, I want to make it clear that whoever the secret committee nominates sexually molested me at some point during the 1980s. At the party. You know, it's going to take time. It might have been a party. It was a son. It was a major I'm pretty sure I was there. Yeah, it was Evan though. Even though it was a one story house, I believe this happened upstairs. And I was downstairs while this stuff was going on upstairs. I can't believe you're remembering it as vaguely as I am. It's amazing. It must be true. Yeah, yeah, it was somewhere in a major city in the eastern states on the eastern seaboard at some point in the 1980s. And I was willing to fill in more details once, you know, once Biden announced the person's actual name. Then it became clear that this was going to be a quota pick. This is going to be bean county. And it was going to be a black woman. And we knew it wasn't going to be Janice Rogers Brown. It was a pro life brilliant evangelical happens to be a black woman. That's someone Joe Biden, filibuster. To keep from getting aboard into a federal court. We knew it was going to be some kind of radical leftist. Well, I came forward and I had another suggestion. I thought that to really make clear that this was about racial justice and gender justice. They should pick a candidate who didn't check any of the old old timey elitist boxes like having been a judge or a lawyer or having passed the bar. They should pick someone for whom justice was the main criterion. So I suggested that to want to broly be appointed.
"roger" Discussed on TFG Truth
"Communistic one media, one narrative, one product that only the government is allowed to give us world. And some people can't wait for it to get there. But most warm, blooded American, you know, red, white, and blue bleeders are like, uh oh, I'm giving this, you know, my last dying breath. And I think we're going to need as many of those spiders as we can get. I just can't believe in 2022, you know, you see two years of what just happened, how anybody, anybody, could want government rule over everything you do. After the last two years, it's mind boggling. I don't even have words to explain it at this point, right? I mean, you wonder, again, are people brain dead? I'm getting I'm getting to that point. Their brainwashed their brain dead. There's something in their brain at all. Yeah, I had this really fun conversation where honestly, if I wanted to get kind of nerdy and start talking matrix, I think a lot of the left are non non role playing characters or what is it called when you ever see free guy? Yeah. You know, there's the characters that are just programmed to be there and do things and then there's us who are actually role playing characters that have to interact with these characters and it's like you're saying the same thing you're programmer must have cut out some extra deep dialog or not giving you that same program because you're only saying the same thing over and over again. And so I think we're living in a matrix and there's some type of glitch and now all of a sudden all these different characters are just stuck in saying the same thing over and over again. But that's just weird. I mean, I'll tell you too. I've said this a lot recently because people still live in COVID. Like you walk outside of your house and you just pass away on your front porch. You know, I think a big problem is obviously you or I are free thinkers. We're thinking outside the box. We do our own homework. We actually look at data and don't listen to Chuck Schumer's point of view or Joe Biden's point of view or we do our own thinking for ourselves because that's who we are. But if I just played this game out and I didn't know it or care about anything with politics and I wasn't involved in what I'm involved in and I wasn't owning a business or I wasn't a very independent person. You.
"roger" Discussed on TFG Truth
"This type of economy. But I agree. It's such a long far stretch that these people come up with these types of ways to be offended and be victimized and fill a press. It's almost impressive. It's like, you put a lot of creativity into that to find a way to be offended, well done. But then they wonder why they're the most miserable humans on earth, right? Because you stew and stuff like that. Yeah. And just to make a point, I'm not even sure this, I'm doing this on the fly here. Obviously, Donald is banned from social media platforms as we know. Is Vladimir Putin still on Twitter right now or any of these people that the people, whether it's a lot of your Putin or legitimate terrorist groups in all around the Middle East, they're all, hey, open arms to come on in to Facebook to Instagram to Twitter to wherever you wherever you want because at least you're not pissing off the left. Right, and you're not hurting anybody's feelings, right? Well, they're feelings, I should say. Yeah, they're not. President Putin is obviously hurting some people's feelings right now as we know. And killing people off. But let's keep on the topic of censorship for a second too with some of these athletes. You know, the LeBron James of the world, right? I mean, he's your easiest example. You know, they don't like a January 6th insurrection because it was so violent and dangerous that day that, oh my heavens, what were you going to do there? But, you know, BLM burning down the streets of America and I get this argument all the time. Well, that's not a government building. I don't give a shit what it is, right? You're burning down businesses, you're burning down the police stations, I would consider that a government building in Seattle. What do you mean government buildings weren't burned down? Right. So these people and then you have the Kamala Harris as you have the LeBron James. And again, I'm not condoning January 6th. I wouldn't have been caught dead there going into the capitol. I want to stress that first off. That is not who I am and I would never have done that. However, you know, these people Kamala Harris, you know, funding a bail fund for BLM supporters. Like she said before the election, right? You have people like LeBron that put out tweets of ripping that police officer and things of that nature that actually save somebody's life. It looked like that day. You know, why are there no repercussions and where will there ever be? Well, the boogeyman get those types of people because obviously money fixes a lot. And to use one more example, you know, we canceled Donald Trump, we cancel other people like him, yet we're okay with Jeffrey Epstein still, right? We're still okay there. Nobody involved with Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton and others, has been looked at, right? Yeah. I mean, the double standard, the hypocrisy is. Impressive, almost like it is so disgusting that they can get away with this and but to answer a few of your questions or to go back to a few of your things, government building or not. I mean, government statues very historic things that mean a lot to a lot of people were destroyed. What about our feelings?.
"roger" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Hello look at long podcast. I'm excellence came here with my co hosts. Aaron lamour and evan ratliff. Gentlemen hello it's a giant asea. Both greetings greetings. Max who do you have on the program aired. I genuinely uninformed about this fact the fact is i talked to roger bennett who is probably best known as the host of men in blazers which is a soccer podcast. It's also now a tv show but he is also a writer and he just wrote a memoir is called reborn in the usa. An englishman's love letter to his chosen. Home roger is from liverpool and he grew up a young jewish boy in liverpool dreaming of america wanting to be american being obsessed with everything american particularly sports and he manifested his dreams. He moved to america married. An american got american kids and the book is about that whole process. He's he's just wonderful to talk to actually like truly inspiring guy. The also say is hosting a podcast. That comes out in a couple of weeks. That is podcast for band of brothers and he interviewed all those folks until we talked about that a little bit too. I'm glad you did this interview. Because if i had done this interview basically all the questions would have been about teams and countries and how they play and you probably got a little more into what his actual career and background is. Maybe i'm not sure that's totally true. Basically there's to this interview could go. We could ask one of the world's foremost experts on a sport about that sport or just ask him about his feelings for forty five minutes. And then i chose the latter. That's our podcast. Which is produced in partnership with. Vox thanks to. Vox check out. All of the great shows that are on the fox network and now. Here's max with roger bennett roger..
"roger" Discussed on The Big Picture
"In nineteen ninety-one jean-ann. Roger sat down for acuna with playboy magazine. The interview was nearly ten thousand words long. And you've really gotta read it. Imagine an intense couples therapy session. But with stories about marker sese and tom cruise thrown in it also gives a good glimpse at how gene and roger were getting along their relationship. Status wasn't quite thumbs up or thumbs down. It was more sideways in the playboy interview. They go out of their way to complement each other. But it's also clear that the years of squabbling between the two had done some damage and the things had taken a turn for the worse at one point. Jean says i felt strange from roger the last month to we've been drifting apart but as the nineties went on gene and roger sometimes awkward union would become less contentious. Thanks to some big events in their offscreen lives. Here's marlene eagleton. Jeans wife the most dramatic change came about. After rogers marriage. The chat nineteen ninety. Two and gene was a bubble husband and father for family was to joy inker and when roger married chance he experience like the same thing with her enter children and our grandchildren and it just became a strong bond between the two of them that they weren't headed but the edges started too often.
"roger" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"And no crosswalks for birds passing by the jetsons inspired these cars without tires at last. There's a car that can why. Yes the future car has completed a thirty five minute flight between two airports in slovakia the driver or pilot described the experience as very pleasant local birds described it as a shocking display of cultural appropriation. Was it a plane. Or how do we know one hundred flies. It's a plane look. The car has wings that. Fold in when it's on the road and special windshield wipers to get the geese off. And they're they're a great way to use more gasoline transport. Fewer people more dangerously chang. Yeah here is your next. Limerick diets have all grown to stagnant when foods around. I'm always snagging. I am wiring my jaw to obey causses law by teeth are kept shuts baya magnet. Yes well dental slim. Diet control is a metal weight. Loss device that magnetically locks a patient's upper and lower teeth so they can only open up about two millimeters or as they call it chew millimeters according to researchers it does not restrict speech or breathing. But that's good but encourages weight loss by restricting you to a liquid diet. Perfect milkshakes are liquid just draconian. Yeah if you could do it to other people it would be worth it. Yeah have you ever remote control poop on someone else. All right jen. Here's your last limerick in wisconsin. We bribes to please so our wedding treats melts with much ease when we have the right monger. Our marriage lasts longer with cakes. That are stacked wheels of keys cheese. The latest wedding trend from wisconsin replacing that beautiful tiered wedding cake with a tiered stack of wheels of cheese to be clear. This is not cheesecake. it's cheese instead of cake. Okay you get a wheel of cheese. Put a smaller wheel of cheese on top smaller wheeler cheese on top of that. And so on and you have a decoration. That looks like a wedding cake for a real authentic look cover it and buttercream frosting and a drunk uncle crash into it way too early in the night that does sound like a wisconsin wedding bill. How did fun do what a winner. She is knocking three in a row. Congratulations jen thank you. That was so fun you funded it. Thank you for playing to thanks so much now onto our final game. Lightning fill in the blank. Each of our players will have sixty seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions as they can. Each correct answer is worth two points bill. Can you update us on the scores. I can pull a has to. Peter has to chris stella wait for it as for. Yes yes yes all right you know what. I just flipped a coin in my brain and paula. Would you like to go first. Yeah sure you and heater tied for second place. You're going to go first. The clock will start when i begin. Your first question to clark will start faith when i say. Start the clock. She never treats. This is league on wednesday. The house voted to approve.
"roger" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Whom is roger bennett. Playing for. Lynch of portland oregon. All right. here's your first question. Bowling is one of the oldest sports in the world with its roots going back to fourth century. Ad in germany. What was the original purpose of bowling. A it was a military strategy where they'd roll giant ball at enemy soldiers to knock them down be. It was a religious ceremony. Where if you knock down pins you were cleansed from your sins. See trick question. Bowling has never had a purpose. The clue and the quest is germany right. Yeah that's right so it can only be a can only be just absolutely about obliteration of an enemy. Okay so you when you hear germany you just think you don't you don't think religion. I'm just taking a nuanced ed lynch. Let's do as lynch. I'm sorry it was be. It was a religious ceremony in germany. Drink some crews get absolved. It was a good time all right. Here's your next question. Bowling isn't without controversy in two thousand. Eight a seven year old in canada was stripped of his youth bowling title after a judge determined. What a that. His charcoal gray pants weren't sufficiently black. Dress code be that his preferred bowling stance. The wounded grandma was illegally. See that he was actually a forty five year. Old man walking around on his knees. I'm going to give away the great pence and you are correct. You believe it. The kids dad claims it was a conspiracy hatched by the judge so his hometown team would win. Hair is your last question roger. All right if you get this one you win it for our friend. Ed no pressure for awhile. Virtual bowling on the nintendo. We was almost as popular as real thing. In fact it was so popular it even caught on with whom a queen elizabeth the second whom the british press described as a natural at the game. Be the amish. Who made an exception to their restriction on electricity which they called we spring a drug kingpin el chapo who described it as almost as much fun as cocaine the ed lynch for the first time in a long time. I am going to say queen elizabeth. Yes you took it for the team. Yes answering was in fact phil. What is the score. Two out of three. He is a big big winner. Good for you. Roger roger venit is a sportscaster and one of the creators of men in blazers. His new memoir reborn in the usa is out now. Roger venit thank you so much for joining us on wait wait. Don't tell me and happening much. You're.
"roger" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Nothing at saks fifth avenue. I'm sitting in a bullpen of glass cubicles and we get a new. Ceo with the first month of my arrival. And i noticed that he comes in and goes to his office at seven in the morning. Seven in the morning seven in the morning so i started coming in at six thirty so i would be at my desk having commuted from new jersey at six thirty and he would pass my little cubicle. See me sitting there and he would walk to his office so the first week he walked by me second week. He's nods third week. He says good morning by the fourth week he says who are you and what and what are you doing here. Come see me on saturday because he worked saturdays. So i go into see him on saturday and he says you know i see you more than i see my vice presidents. You know who are you. Tell me about yourself and you know. I'm not acts. What can you do so can't do these interest rates for me. And so he said. Tell me three things you think. I should be working on now. I was right out of school. The ceo right. Tell me three things that you think he should. Why why did you even say this was. Was this a test. He was giving you seeing that. You seem to be motivated but making sure you were for real like this. It was his way of getting to know me because he was curious about. Who is this guy who's beats me to work every day. I'm sure his ego was wrapped. Up and i'm the first guy to work every day and now a trainee is sitting there every morning. He doesn't know what to get in there. Four five all. He knows noses. I'm there before him and he wanted to see how i thought and i told him while. I think you know the men's department isn't well. Well run. And i think the hr department he says you know i like you. I'm gonna make you a buyer which meant i stepped over being an assistant buyer. I stepped over being a department manager. I jumped from being there a couple months three or four years ahead based on this conversation with the guy he said. I'm going to have you go see the senior. Vp next week. And he has a job for you well. He must've told the senior vp. Who hated the idea fell totally put out. And the guy said well. I have four buying openings. I've been told to make you a buyer. Very nice say that way. There's the men's sweaters said well. that's kind of interesting. I have no idea what the says you would go to factories and design houses and literally buy the items that go on the shelves in a department store that sells many different brands or see fashion in europe and go to asia. And have it made and you know a sort. The sweater department of sex with avenue. He said no that. I have somebody in mind for that. Men's neck wear ties at the time. That could be interesting. I got somebody in mind. I'm gonna make you the underwear pajama and sock buyer. I said underwear pajama sock. I don't wanna do that. He said what are you crazy. You're going to be a buyer after being here for six minutes. So i said all right. Well i'll do it. But i don't need any assistant. I can do it myself. Well first year at a forty percent increase and they made me the shoe buyer. And the guy said don't expect you're going to have a forty percent increase. Shoes are really hard and by the way. Today's thursday you're now the shoe by friday you have to go to on a buying. I don't know anything about shoes. I basically wore sneakers most of my life now. I'm the shoe buyer and what happened was because it was a business that had your name attached to results your results. Here's your thirty year down thirty so it wasn't about how you part your hair or do they like you or not like you. The results spoke for themselves. And that's all i want is so if i did well. You had to promote the shoe department. It was sleepy industy and fashion. And i had a huge increase in choose which they couldn't believe didn't you as a buyer or a young executive introduce a brand into america for the first time. Yes so you're remembering the story that my first buying trip to europe every day on the job i'm thinking i'm gonna go find fashion in europe by and i saw everybody wearing these Rubber soled wingtip in sort of tan leather everywhere. I went. I said kay that must be a trend and i bought a whole bunch of shoes and they came in six months later and the genetic sleep at night. I go to the stockroom. I open the boxes. I put them away and put the shoes out and it was dead on arrival. Nothing salt and i was so despondent. I mark them down and they sold out So what did that tell me. They were overpriced. The price was wrong. Right otherwise the fashion the fit the quality was right. Okay about the same time. These two guys walk in to see me from canada from roots and they were trying to sell me negative heel shoes where you the. He'll is lower than the front. They were supposed to be. Good for your back at the time. these fucking kramer shoes from seinfeld right. It's like the jumping shoes right. And i said well. I don't think we can sell that but if you can make these shoes for this price the tips. Yeah maybe we can have a business They went back. They made the shoes. It was a blowout success and that started the roots business which became yuejin canada. You saw john candy. Wear the jacket at the olympics. So i really helped get them started. And that's success. Then got me elevated the be the clothing buyer and i was buying suits and blah blah blah blah blah. Yeah so interesting. Yeah the Rate down here. Oh yeah are we. Are we post. Peak retail is is is retail. You know you've built and had big stores. You know multimillion dollar ralph lauren stores and all these crazy you know anchor stores. They do twenty million dollars in the first week in tokyo or whatever the fuck but like is is retail dead. Well not if you ask amazon. Well as in person retail debt I think it's going to be a hybrid. I think people like to go out and shop. I think this country got s- toward if you look at the amount of retail square footage in this country versus any other developed country in the world where seven x. Whoa so that wait. Repeat that say again. The amount of square footage per capita in the us is 7-x any other developed and that includes residential and commercial. No retail space. Oh we have seven times as much. Retail space per individual has any other developed nation. So that's what you see contracting now. Yeah that overbuilt the over mall retail is all contracting to wear it will find find its level that in compliment with online shopping. I believe is the future So did yeah. I mean i guess yeah so you think those big splashy anchor stores will stay but the smaller regional stores may not..
"roger" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Something from everywhere i went now. You know some places better than others. Some places easier than others but i always tried to learn something and and i can say you know with a straight face when i left somewhere i always left it better than i found it and that was my hallmark of success. Is it better. Having had roger here in some capacity over some period of time or not and and i always felt that way i had more fun in some jobs and others Some jobs where i was you know had some wind at my back. And if i did well you know to celebrate it. Some jobs had the wind in my face where even going from a d. to be level i couldn't get the a was still herculean and so i tried to learn from it and you know the tough times were when i was traveling one hundred fifty nights a year all over the world and you you come home and you put your suitcase near the bed because it never goes away. Yeah by the time you've recovered you're on your way to the next trip and that was tough. I never. I never wanted to put on a suit but i somehow ended up in that same position where i would work twelve hours a day and travel a hundred and fifty two. You have passion so passion. I like my job. It's okay you do it with more pleasure than if it's drudgery and you're just doing it to pay the bills. Yeah if you're going into another fucking boardroom. That happens to be in shanghai. I mean that's a that's horrible. Yeah well global travel in the beginning is fun because you're seeing the world albeit through the eyes of a of a conference center or a you know but at some point it goes from being fun and interesting and different too. I can't believe. I gotta get another plane and fly fifteen hours to asia and be whacked out because it's thirteen hour time difference. Yeah work hard for five days. Turn around and come back and you know. Go back into the office. The next morning. I mean those were tough times. It obviously with Zoom and teleconferencing. The landscape has really shifted in the last year but ignoring just the last year. And maybe it's hard to do that. European called the nineties and two thousands where you're doing all that travel but you're managing a lot of people and you've got assistance. You know that that filter out a lot of noise for you and manage your schedule so you you know your your brain is going. But it's but you're you're you know you know where you gotta be and win vs today where we've got this thing in our pockets and it's expected that we are in contact twenty four seven and expected response times for things quicker and do we have it better off now or do we have it better off than when we figured out you know. Get interesting question. I i did have well trained help. And so my assistant would take at the time the mail or what became you know faxes whatever and she would sort it every day between urgent. You need to look at this today You need to look at it this week or she would put it in a travel folder. That i would take on the plane. And i would take the mail room and they would wait for me before i left. I would read it all through the plane right through the night comments a fucking ricksen paper the bricks of pen then when i would land would bring home these bricks four five inches thick and it's just a brick of of numbers. Nothing is just numbered. Page number number number number number two. What do you do with this. What he sees the music. I get off the plane and i take the package. That was pre. You know weighed and stamped. And i stick it in the envelope back to her but i also would come home at night after a long day and i would have bricks of information prepping for the next day it was it was just because all much homework spent a week on and you hand it to zack. And he spent ten hours on any hands it to me and i can spend an hour on it. It better be good. It better be right. It better be thoughtful and i would read it at night on my lap watching tv. But you know. I actually the old days gave me some insulation from this insanity where somebody sends you an email at eleven in at three in the morning. People are responding. And if you wake up and you're the last to respond you feel like you're slow. Yeah that has gone. That's the new being being getting to work after your boss right is being the last person on the chain to respond to the on the west coast when my job i used to have it on. The east coast always felt up. Woke up feeling goes on the back foot. Why i started getting up at five thirty i worked day goes from six. Am to three pm. I work east coast hours on the west coast. Take because kazaa. I'm behind wake up. I understand it. But i have gone through decades of transformation there. You know when i first started. It's extra avenue in seventy five came out of school executive trainee making one hundred nineteen dollars a week by the way that for inflation. It's one of those things that doesn't sound like much. But i bet you that's like fucking sixty year now or something out no would have to be allowed one hundred nineteen bucks in one thousand nine hundred seventy five hundred nineteen bucks a week. Yeah but my my new. Ceo started a come at seven in the morning. It's not much five hundred and ninety dollars does not that is not a lot. You're right. that's right. Yeah not a lot. I guess your loan calculator says. I can't even get a loan on that. They won't give you. They won't give weeks making. What thirty thousand dollars. A year much money. But i came in earlier than him. I've told you this where he came in at seven dip. Tell me you've told me. But tell tell them. Because i've i've used this before. Okay some training. I'm just out of college Making nothing at saks fifth avenue. I'm sitting in a bullpen of glass cubicles and we get a new. Ceo with the first month of my arrival. And i noticed that he comes in and goes to his office at seven in the morning. Seven in the morning seven in the morning so i started coming in at six thirty so i would be at my desk having.
"roger" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"If there's dead rats in that store i will never forget the smell of the presence of a dead rat somewhere in the store the grocery store or fuck and marc jacobs. I can walk in there and go. Ooh because of that. Woolworth say you go down that speed. Lacing at footlocker yeah the speed. Lacing thing i did. I won those competitions at that at champs footlocker for license shoes real man was the speech app. They used to when i started those jobs. They used to give me crap. Because i was a ceo's kid but then it turned out. I could actually sell shoes. Pretty good in the they laid off pretty fast. And then i would give him. The ride is home in the lexus. And then it was great. Oh you drop me off at home and alexis okay. Well you remember our deal. You wanted to buy a car. And said i would match dollar for dollar on your earnings sold. A lotta shoes on hands in these soling shoes on sunday saturday and sundays. And then when you got your your paycheck and realized they took taxes away. What i do to welcome. But you saved up enough to to buy that mustang Yeah was the subaru. Before that we then traded for the mustang. Yeah what about you know. You've run companies where there is a person's name on the door and a person at the top of the pyramid whose name is on the door. And you've run companies where it's more non animus. Did no one really gives a shit who the executives are. What are some of the real core differences in working with those kinds of companies while not being the person whose name is on the door. Well look the first thing i always do. Is i have tremendous respect and appreciation for a founder. Somebody who had an idea how thought built it into something built up a name. Just like you're doing that. I mean what you've done as an entrepreneur starting from scratch so impressive to me. you know. maybe i've gone the other way. And i've climbed the career ladders and i've moved up and all that stuff but you know when i've gone to companies where the owner founder name on the door is You know one of the great asset. So i always start by saying you know. How do i enhance this. How do i improve this. How do i preserve this. But underneath that you've got to run a business properly or that won't carry you forward and so how you finance business how you manage it how you market it. How you merchandise it. How you staff at how you make. Money is agnostic between the two types of businesses. But when you have that type of ego have there been situations where you really had to stop the ego from doing something that could have been just catastrophic to the business for like an ego related reason. Sure and that's always a tough discussion and there's always you know there's a math point to be proven but it's never about the math. It's about how do you balance Either a branding moment. That doesn't make economic sense. may pay dividends long-term or owner founder. Wants to do something and you know my point of view was. I always tried to do as much as i could to accommodate those situations in less was gonna put us into a ditch in which case i threw myself in front of the bus and said this isn't gonna work for these reasons and you know you've got to trust me on this. I've given on all these other occasions but this time i think we gotta say now I yeah there. A couple of really funny specific instances. You've told me about that if you don't wanna mention An recorded medium later that dan. I'm sorry didn't go there. if you did. It would have been really funny. But it's okay if he doesn't want to until until today he wouldn't even allow me to post pictures of him on social media you. That's true because you know you. You never know who you told where you were not that you're being dishonest or anything like that but you know you know you got to juggle the ball you know and and i always tried to keep a personal low profile now sometime. My job doesn't always allow it. But i it's never been about me and you know your success in your career is about you but i also remember the time at woolworth on its way to being footlocker where we had security guards sitting in front of her house. Remember that guy following you to school following the school at followed the school. I never knew that. Tell me about yeah. turns out. Can't go near a school where i got. Larry remember that guy sat in a ford probe driveway. Yeah eating fucking mcdonalds for a couple of months probably right. Yeah we we needed security because you know we had threats and number following me to school though on the sly this whole time. Yeah will you keep that stuff in your head and you know forget it so yeah yeah much better at running things managing things doing the right thing but trying to keep a low profile as well. Now you're a now my anywhere. And now i mean who can't be worked from home at this at this stage of the game who can be right. did In you know as i grew up you know starting from our when. I was little our little house in in new jersey and then slightly bigger house slightly nicer cars slightly bigger to me. Your your your career seemed like a linear progression of bigger and bigger successes and it pretty much was just destroyed line. Ascent where was it. Not what are. Where's the big miss. That i don't know about well interesting observation. I u We started ma. You know your mother. And i started working at saks together and met there and You know got married there and start at the half kids and she stopped working. Believe it or not when we made the decision firdaus. Stop working. stay with you guys. She was making more than i was. Yeah we we that that comes up frequently and so it was. It was a decision who was going to stay home. Mom but honestly if mom had stayed in the workforce i she could have been a very successful executive. I mean she was. She has the mind for yeah. She was a vice president at saks. Fifth avenue when she left but she made the investment in you and alexis. And i think that was a good trade off personally but Look every job had its challenges. Every job had its Stress points again. When i went to the woolworth. Initially it had Thirty two companies in seventeen countries thirty of which lost money. And i gotta wonder how it gets there. I mean is. It's like looking at a nine hundred pound person going well. You didn't just wake up nine hundred pounds. You started at three and then four and then five. It was in slow decline since the sixties and i went there and ninety four so you can imagine the speed with which that declined and they had just fired. The ceo and the cfo corp. Cooking the books. And i had the unscramble a company that was losing nine hundred million about to go bankrupt and of course the day i started. They showed me the real books which were different than the outside books. And that caused me to go to the board and saying look you represented this to be this and it's really that i'm willing to try to work my way through it. But we're going to do it. Step by step and we started on the real books based on the real books and the real situation. Nightmares.
"roger" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Vaccinations have made travel. Nice and safe again. And he has in the studio and we're going to do something. I've never really done which is basically go through his entire career in one sitting He has done a lot of fucking crazy. Shit as we will See in this Ninety minutes of podcasting it's It's my father. Roger farah on the smoke entire podcast professional broadcaster on this side of the table amateur. This is what it is. This is the whole gig okay. It's it's fun works so all right. So hey everybody this is my dad. This is roger. Roger has a fifty year career in high fashion retail at goes back to the seventies. And you know as i grew up Obviously i got to enjoy a lot of the spoils of that hard work. In that success. We had a. We had a nice home. We had nice things. We traveled to nice places. I didn't. I didn't see you as much as i wanted to. But that's okay because you're a great dad and we had a we have a great relationship is as adults But we never stopped. I always as you went through jobs and stuff just sort of took for granted like that's that's where you are and then we never really analyzed it in detail except until very recently where we've talked about what was going on at work as i understood it a little better but i read that that profile that The boys were talking about with you. And bernard arnault and they summarized your career and they reminded me that you were. Ceo saks fifth avenue at thirty three years old. That's not exactly true. I was the ceo of riches in atlanta at thirty three. Oh okay missed. They misquoted where i was working. My first twelve years was at saks. Fifth avenue but i left to go be the ceo. Riches in atlanta thirty-three another department store chain arts like the bloomingdale's of atlanta but what what always im- impressed me and from the from the very beginning was your one of the things i thought i mean that that really put you in such an advantage over everybody else was your ability to do four function speed math in your head. Did you always have that. Did you intentionally teach yourself that. Or is that a gift. Because i know all your friends from high school and you guys were the jocks. You weren't a nerd. Your friends where all six three and played basketball and soccer and all not all but when you talk about high school you talk about sports not class. So where did your four function speed math skill. Come from well. It was not learned in a book for sure I learned functional math very early in my business career where i was a trainee and then an assistant level to a vice president at saks. Fifth avenue at the time and he had me do the budgets and all the analytics for every department in the company. And i was doing math in my head all day long to accelerate how long it took me so i could then spend time on the things but i was saying this act this morning. It got to a point where it was almost like the beautiful mind where russell crowe would look at a wall. Numbers and certain numbers would turn bright. Yeah i mean. I've never seen anybody about bradsheet sheet. Or you know when i when i was talking about starting my own businesses and i call you and you calculate interest rates in real time and you calculate payments in real time and you talk taxes in real time. I've never really seen anybody else that can do that. Well i i learned quickly how to do math in my head and also what numbers were important. So if i looked at a spreadsheet or an annual report or i looked at a presentation somebody was making to me or a quarterly report. I could very quickly you know. Get through fifty sixty pages and find the two numbers that were really important and on the reverse side. I could also find the one or two mistakes. They instantly sort of pop off the page and remember someone you told me. The story of someone gave you the wrong packet at some meeting. They gave you their packet instead of your packet and it said like don't fuck with roger can do crazy math or something yeah. This guy was doing a presentation. He was an architect and there was a dozen of us around table. Probably six of his people six of mine and he passes out his books for the presentation. And i open mind. And it's full of notes. And i realize he had given me his copy and i saw the look of panic on his face and i read in the note. Don't play with numbers. Rogers early good with numbers. And i'm watching the blood brain. You know probably a little mean. But i waited about ten or fifteen seconds and i said you know maybe i think i've got your book here and you may want it back. And he finally started a breathe again. But i go. I look back and you know i went to a good school high school. I went to a good college. You know we went to the university of pennsylvania. Which i'm still certain i didn't deserve to go there i'm concerned. I'm certain that there were shenanigans. That fucking school. I was fine once i was there. But you know like everybody is. But i was. I could swear there was some shenanigans happening there but my art portfolio is really good enough yet but I didn't no one ever said you know. By the way here's a skill that will get you so far ahead in your life and there should be a class on it or something instead. It's like calculus. What what are we doing with that. Why is this not something that is so useful. Hundred percent true if people would learn how to use math in their life in their business. Addition subtraction division just basic concepts calculus which you struggle to get through everybody struggles to get through and then never use it again. Unless you're an engineer. Percent of the population uses use math. It's intimidating to people they are. Yeah immediately defensive. You should see this. They're on their heels with a car salesman with. I mean just thinks they can do numbers because they're in their house. But oh my god. I've seen you steamroll people. Well and what happens is people have now gotten used to pulling out a calculator for what five percent of one hundred and you know quite frankly. It's going to be able to do that in your head. But i was with at a bank meeting with alexis you sister and we were talking to a rap and he starts pulling out his calculator..
"roger" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"So you clever it with other people. I have it in the in the past and I worked to debut. I'll make clever with my friend. Paul producer on On the album and he was the head engineer he He works he. Has his own company called. Houdini records and nepal edwards and He put a band together Of people that he thought would look mix. Well with me and dave fenwick guitar and steven creek on base in way man rix drums and we got Alleys lear Who was a colleague. At the time of paul policy mixing and system engineering into music as well it was great. It was a fantastic collaboration. There and i've also worked with the stephanie. Parnell fantastic singer songwriter ear for montreal and hope to work with her again. Ultra do some couple of recordings Which would be great Yeah so. I don't think People in the past. I'm looking forward to doing more clever. This has been fun to do a great solo project. Nobody has basically me recording everything making all the decisions and it's been great. It's been Fun to challenge myself. But i'm looking forward to working with another producer again and working with other artists Always something to something. Wonderful be inspired by the people be challenged by the people other future polish. This upcoming album definitely want to work on video. That will be songs from From the the album But live sort of performances off them and then do some hopefully juice deterring for anything ever gets back to normal of things get back to normal soon And then yeah. And then. Eventually i definitely want to. I've already got some songs. Works that i that i think will be better suited to a more band setting and get into something. That's again going back to those alternative routes That are always there with me from the nineties. To where do you normally tour mainly in quebec and ontario in the maritimes the hopefully getting out west to be a great to edition and in europe as long to a lot of festivals gaining easily I've done pop montreal. I've done What's the other one in annex. What you prefer the bigger venues or the smaller. I guess i. I guess i like the smaller ones. They're you know. I mean i. I played for a huge crowd in. It's it's great but it and it's thrilling. Don't get me wrong. It's it's really thrilling. When you have this massive crowd and you can hear cheers. And it's it's it's it's really Invigorating but there's just something about an intimate show that you know. Were you really see. Everyone's face individual faces and you can see them reacting tears to your performance. I think that's always been a story for me. And i'm a big fans Quiet love dim out. Yeah he can't be v that had before. Because can you tell us where to find your music absolutely. I mean you can find it at my one sites heat roger dot com and you can also find it on basically every streaming service. That's out there spotify apple. There's teaser. Youtube music everything. You can also go to band camp bank good option especially if you wanna buy the music They often do with. They're a great organization Artist by waving their Service fee sometimes so that they artists gets all the money that people will pay. But yeah basically anywhere. I've heard good things about that channel. Thank you rajin for joining the buzzer. Today it chat love getting to know you better listeners. Take a lesson For these releases that have come out. Pay me and back a look for the album. That is coming out in the year. And from what i remember is still untitled. Yeah i think we're going to be going with the title track. Pay me yeah off that name. Yeah exactly. I think we'll be coming to an end of april thirtieth awesome. I love to have you back on the show for that perfect but have a good one roger. You take care bye-bye while thank y'all for tuning in next episode is february nineteen the smoke wagon blue span out of hamilton. Ontario joins our next episode. The band took home recording of the year in the maple blues awards for their album. The ballot of albert johnson there for new artist severe and harm player of the year. The band is the crowd favourite. Since forming in nineteen ninety. Six they receive international radio. Play at have so many accolades shoutout yet. Obviously there are too many to mention a short intro. Don't miss this great canadian. Rb bad their music can really kick you up a notch. Such talents in one ban. You're gonna love the episode. So catch you at the pod on february nineteen on air. In from my to yours already. The airwaves subscribe fees are at the buzzer pod dot com shares..
"roger" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut
"The word legendary is overused but in the case of roger corman. It's well deserved. Roger trained as an engineer at stanford but after four days on the job. He quit to make movies. He began producing and directing low budget. Independent films are getting the underserved teen market. What is films lacked in production value. They made up for imagination. And as roger famously declared he never lost a dime on a picture and he made a lot of them. From nineteen fifty. Five to nineteen seventy-one. He directed over fifty films. Everything from monster. Movies to biker. Pictures to his famous adaptations. The works of edgar allan poe. He focused on producing and film distribution launching the careers of some of the biggest names in hollywood including francis ford coppola jonathan demme joe dante and bringing films by autour like david cronenberg. Ingmar bergman federico fellini to america. Rogers sat down with history of harsh showrunner. Kurt sanga to talk about his remarkable career. You started off directing and producing low budget films in the nineteen fifties <hes>. How did you deal with the limitations. Faced the early films. I directed i was beginning to director with short schedule and i did what i could. I absorbed films saying. I use certain camera techniques that i've seen before and invented some myself. Now i'm not certain. I really invented them just that i had never seen them in other films. They may not have been as original as i thought. Nine fifty seven directed something like nine films <hes>. Including tack of the crab monsters personal favourite <hes>. Fm didn't have a lot of production values. But it was packed. Full of interesting ideas. A what are your memories of that film. Well i remember specifically said didn't have very much money and i remember exactly. The crab monster cost twelve hundred dollars and it was paper my shea but it was very big and it looked pretty good but we were shooting at on the rocks at cabrillo beach and the waves were hitting up against the monster and i could see the waves. Were destroying the back of the monster. So i had to shoot as fast as i possibly could and from only certain angles not to let the audience see that. The vaster was being destroyed. Well we shotted speaking monsters. Tell me about the monster from it. Conquered the world well. The monster from saturn was based upon my studies at the university where i studied physics and i tried within the fantastic world of science fiction to be as logical as possible and i realized a giant planet like saturn would have heavy gravity so therefore a giraffe could not exist but a turtle could because it was close to the ground and would be able to handle the gravity so i had the monster built all about the height of my hand here and thus say was physically correct for the planet saturn. I was having coffee as they were setting up the first shot and beverly garland very hip. Young actress came up to the monster and she looked and she noticed that i was watching her
"roger" Discussed on RPM45
"Most importantly roger refers to dave a lot. Dave is dave everett also known as lonesome dave who is with roger and savoy brown before they founded fog hat and even before that roger also talks about albert grossman. He was a legendary manager of such artists. As bob dylan and janice joplin among other luminaries. And he founded bears phil records which was the record label that had great success with cat and vice versa. So now you're up to date. Here's our talk with roger earl. What a beautiful day. Where are you. i'm in michigan. Where my favorite states. I love guy in there. Where are you. I'm out on long island on the no shows Jefferson but a beautiful diet. I mean sounds coming up at the leaves are starting to float down as gold is golden. Sees this beautiful. Yeah same here. it's good to be alive. Good to be alive. Well that's what you strike me as kind of a guy. I've watched you a little bit on youtube and stuff you strike me as someone who really is has a great attitude and just to be alive and yeah but you know. I'm probably one of those fortunate few in this That you're really enjoy an have a fantastic girlfriend I have a beautiful wife and my manager is absolutely unbelievable. I'm suspecting since she's there that these are all the same person correct yes and she has a new york accent. Fucking new york i. She was jazzy. Go briefly but yeah new york. Oh well you know where. I where i come from here in the mid west jersey new york. But we can't tell. Actually i'm a i'm an island. I've lived here since nineteen seventy see. I moved here in seventy three seventy four somewhere. Seventy-three that long ago how doing this. I've encountered a number of artists from out of the country. Who have moved here. You're from england. Obviously london with london. Okay why why do so. Many artists make their residents here. You think selana music blues jazz rock and roll country and western gospel music..
"roger" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Well. I'm okay because I have story today about Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. So it's gotTa be a great day right. Yeah I You know the Tony Bennett was rehearsing today. Where was he rehearsing at home? He has The conductor come over Bernie runs through the show every day. The not the only singer I heard doing that. These guys are all keeping in shape getting ready to go to work. Today is the seventieth anniversary of his her first hit record for Columbia Records Boulevard Broken Dreams and I've just posted a wonderful video that shows a retrospective of his career. You know he's GonNa turn ninety four on August third and he's amazing Woah. Mainly did a rehearsal. Yesterday I heard he was sharpest. He so and he's singing on some of these Tribute shows zoom shows. And things I mean you can still. He can still built it out. It's amazing so we want to a happy seventieth anniversary yeah ninety four ninety four now. Sinatra told as you and I discussed yesterday I have a story today about this woman Cindy Bittermann who died this week at the age of eighty nine. And she was one of Sinatra's secret girlfriends I was historic. It wasn't the more interesting. She was one of the major figures of Hollywood society. Married to this important guy that important yeah knew everybody? Yeah but she you know she was kind of like she's become sort of a minor character and entertainment industry and but she was before the rat. Pack It was in the fifties and she looked like a gardener and Sinatra liked her because of that because he was obsessed with Gardner as you know and After a divorced in nineteen fifty seven Frank Really kept this woman around Cindy betterment and I have the whole story of her extraordinary life she was great friends with. Sammy Davis Junior. She dated Jack. Carter the community which I love. Hey she used to do modeling. WITH MENTOR. Torme wife and she was very close to Mellon his wife There's also the great married. There's some period. She was married to some of the biggest people in Hollywood. You know there are a lot of people you know people like this in New York who are really the Kings or Queens of society and they make sure their name is never in the paper and you know just the opposite of the other people they say under the radar some of these half-baked WanNa be a society types they hire nine publicists and call you every second right right well. She had no publicist she. Just those living it and she was. Nf and the crazy thing was that she had a regular life here in New York on Mar in Merrick. Long Island and she was going back and forth to Hollywood and going back and forth to Palm Springs. She was a model. She's a beautiful girl For a while. She was married to Jacksonville. Who was the manager of Lenny Bruce? and a lot of other. Comedians and Jacksonville sort of like He had he competing agency to the LIMBAUGH agency on the fifty so she was always in show business and it was great. I talked to her son Michael yesterday. A great guy who's just turned seventy and He he's giving me a lot of stuff about his mother. Frank Her a lock. It that he still has One Point Frank Grand Piano or one hundred thousand dollars to her Parents House. American father censored back. He said I don't want any gifts from a hooligan. You Really Really GonNa for this woman. I see a book coming. I I really I sort of. I love this holy era and the idea that there's someone who we don't really know about but it was it was definitely there in a witnessed everything kind of interesting and you you and I love Frank Sinatra and we love all that that period so Yeah I thought it was. I didn't WanNa just let her death pass in the New York Times. The you know paid obits. I wanted to the proper send-off an again. There are a lot of people like that and you see some people you see them in paid six you see them everywhere you see them in this magazine. You see them with this count. They're paying publicist for all this and then there's a much bigger than them like Cindy Vitamin who make sure they're never in the paper. They stay right really under the radar and talk about it after she. You know she She was married She divorced her husband. She went off and had these adventures. She returned and remarried the husband and then put this all behind her and never spoke about it. I'm really surprised that list. Or someone like that. Didn't really get to her during the sixties or seventies because it would have made a great story. Hey Roger so that Tony and frank those are the things when Tony and frank our lead story that I well. There's nothing going to. When are they going to start production again in movies or TV? When are they going to open a restaurant today? You know for lunch. Oh where are you going? I'm going to central in Connecticut We can sit outside. They say yeah. Connecticut was New York looks like they're being pressured. Looks like New York. We'll start opening stuff in June first or second week of June Definitely the third we June stuff will be opening here Canales Open back. Yeah you told me you in Cosco the other day. Tell everybody what happened at cost. Oh I've gotTa tell the Costco Store Okay. Oh what's the guy's name to remember? His name right turned out. See Roger Story. I go into Costco and I need a new TV. 'cause TV's and the bedrooms here died. I THE NEW TV and the only place that has them Costco. So I go go down to go. Norwalk and Come in and I say can I use my brothers? Id Card and this Nice Guy. Oh now I should have prepared me for his name anyway. this really. Nice Guy at Costco Membership. Looks at the car he goes? Well what's your name and I said Roger Friedman says shower and I'm like I worked. Yeah he goes. I love marks so I don't know how much she loved me. But he loves you so late at they took out the red carpet and got me for the TV section and it was a very nice and this guy I now it'll kill me. We remember his name. Oh maybe we shouldn't say his name. We don't want government trouble but But he didn't do anything for me to get a better price guy but But he was very just very wonderful and the people there are Costco. You saw this thing on the Internet the other day about somewhere. I don't know where it was at another Costco Where somebody wouldn't wear a mask and they were fighting with the the store clerk and everyone got in on it and Everyone the Costco. I don't know about any other costco but the one in Norwalk Connecticut is like it's the nicest place in the world. The people who work there are just great and I had a ball and I was really tickled that he loves you so much. Well you see normally Rogers column his website. It's all the elites that read it the Glitterati of Manhattan here. He is finally meeting real people in the real world in the past people he suggests guys get you fancy Manhattan crowd. This is where.
"roger" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Well I'm okay because I have story today about Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett so. It's gotTa be a great day right. Yeah I you know the Tony Bennett was rehearsing today. Where was he rehearsing? At home, he has the conductor. Come over. Bernie runs through the show every day. The not the only singer I heard doing that. These guys are all keeping in shape getting ready to go to work. Today is the seventieth anniversary of his her first hit record for Columbia records. Boulevard broken dreams. And, I've just posted a wonderful video that shows a retrospective of his career. You know he's GonNa. Turn Ninety four on August third. And he's amazing. WOAH! Mainly did a rehearsal yesterday I heard he was sharp. As can be so, and he's singing on some of these tribute shows zoom shows and things I mean you can. Still he can still built it out. It's amazing. So, we want to win a happy seventieth anniversary. Yeah Ninety Four. Ninety four now Sinatra told as you and I discussed yesterday I have a story today about this. Woman Cindy Bittermann who died this week at the age of eighty nine, and she was one of Sinatra's secret girlfriends. I! was historic. It wasn't the more interesting. She was one of the major figures of Hollywood. Society married to this important guy that important. Yeah! Knew everybody. Yeah, but she you know she was kind of like. She's become sort of a minor character and entertainment industry, and but she was before the rat pack it was in the fifties, and she looked like a gardener and Sinatra liked her because of that because he was obsessed with. Gardner as you know. And after A divorced in Nineteen, fifty seven Frank really kept this woman around Cindy Betterment, and I have the whole story of her extraordinary life. She was great friends with Sammy Davis Junior. She dated Jack Carter the community which I love. Hey she used to do modeling with mentor Torme, wife and she was very close to Mellon, his wife There's also the great married. There's some period. She was married to some of the biggest people in Hollywood you know. There are a lot of people you know. People like this in new. York who are really the Kings or Queens of society, and they make sure their name is never in the paper, and you know just the opposite of the other people they say under the radar. Some of these half-baked WanNa be a society types. They hire nine publicists and call you every second right right well. She had no publicist. She just those living it, and she was nf, and the crazy thing was that she had a regular life here in New York on Mar in Merrick Long Island, and she was going back, and forth to Hollywood and going back and forth to Palm Springs. She was a model. She's a beautiful girl for a while she was married to Jacksonville. Who was the manager of Lenny Bruce. and a lot of other comedians and Jacksonville sort of like He had he competing agency to the LIMBAUGH agency on the fifty, so she was always in show business, and it was great I talked to her son Michael yesterday. A great guy who's just turned seventy and he. He's giving me a lot of stuff about his mother frank. gave her a lock it that he still has one point Frank grand piano, or one hundred thousand dollars to her parents house American father censored back. He said I. Don't want any gifts from a hooligan. You Really Really GonNa for this woman I see a book coming I. I really I sort of I love this holy era and the idea that there's someone who we don't really know about, but it was definitely there in a witnessed everything kind of interesting and you, you and I love Frank, Sinatra and we love all that that period so Yeah. I thought it was I, didn't WanNA. Just let her death pass in the New York Times the you know paid obits. I wanted to the proper send-off. It is an again. There are a lot of people like that and you see some people you see them in paid six. You see them everywhere. You see them in this magazine. You see them with this count. They're paying publicist for all this. And then. There's a much bigger than them like Cindy. Vitamin who make sure they're never in the paper, they stay right really under the radar. Radar and talk about it after she you know she She was married She divorced her husband. She went off and had these adventures. She returned and remarried the husband, and then put this all behind her, and never spoke about it. I'm really surprised that list or someone like that didn't really get to her. During the sixties or seventies, because it would have made a great story. Hey Roger Tony and frank, those are the you can tell where things when Tony and frank our lead story that I. Well, there's nothing going. To when are they going to start production again in movies or TV? When are they going to open a? Restaurant today you know for lunch. Oh, where are you going? I'm going to central in Connecticut We can sit outside, they say. Yeah Connecticut was. new. York looks like they're being pressured. Looks like New York. We'll start opening stuff in June first or second week of June Definitely, the third we June stuff will be opening here. Canales Open. Back Yeah you told me you in Cosco the other day. Tell everybody what happened at cost. Oh I've gotTA. Tell the Costco Store Okay Oh. What's the guy's name to remember his name? Right turned out, see Roger. Story, I, go into Costco, and I need a new TV 'cause. The TV's and the bedrooms here died I the new TV and the only place that has them costco so I go go down to go Norwalk and come in and I. Say can I use my brothers, it card and this Nice Guy Oh. Now. I should have prepared me for his name. Anyway this. Really Nice Guy at Costco membership looks at the car. He goes well. What's your name and I said Roger Friedman, he says. Merger and I'm like I worked..
"roger" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Wow We got a lot to get to Connecticut is open. New York City should be opening about June fifteenth. We'll give you all the details about the judges. opening everything's GonNa start to open even a mayor de Blasio. Try to see if the slowest kid in the class gets it then you know you got through some. Even he is starting to get it It's Memorial Day weekend. It's Joe Bartlett when the. When the New Year started, it was twenty twenty mm. We're looking forward to the summer like I was. This is going to be a great year. The summer at twenty twenty was going to be a great summer. who kind of imagined all of this but summer begins officially today. It's Memorial Day weekend. The weather's not that great, but shouldn't Memorial Day. We can actually been next weekend. The twenty nine. This is a little early. Yeah, so I. Remember the earlier in the year. So that's great, they may. have an extra week summer. Who knew there'd be nothing? But Connecticut is doing pretty well they've opened stores restaurants. I've been calling people in the big big stores up there and. The malls and I said. How's it going? These people are coming in people. You know they're anxious to get out there. People coming. We're only at the thirty forty percent capacity though ahead to remind him. You know you're only at five percent capacity. Before this began. They forget retail already died so but if you were driving around Stanford last night Bedford, shoot where all those outdoor restaurant. There were people outdoors spread out. If you were in Greenwich there was prime crab shell. The Scowl J. House all the outdoor places, and then on Greenwich Avenue let the places put some tables outside They got a smart mayor. There's Fred Kamilo new mayor. This guy will figure this out the now. Here's what's going to happen. There's The town was pushing for it. He's figuring out. How do it? They'll close off parts of the avenue and let the restaurants put the tables out into the street, and all over once that works people are all watching. Connecticut to weeks from now. This has worked. Everybody will do that even in New York. That's what we'll do it here. We'll close off some streets. You know you go to third, avenue, on the east side Madison Avenue in the seventies, we got a lot of restaurants in a row. They'll close off the streets and let them spread out into the street Joe Bartlett doesn't know what we're talking about. 'cause he's in south. Carolina would. They went back to normal what three weeks ago. I went to a restaurant last night. It was very nice. Restaurant. But. You could eat inside if you want to write. The worst seats in. I'm not ready for that yet. Okay. You don't feel well. You don't have many cases down there, but if you were in New York City right now. Would you go to a restaurant if it opened? Would you feel little? Outside outside. I think you're fine. The service keep their masks Don they maintain their distance. No tables next to you. It's fine I i. think I feel very safe eating out. So Listen to talk to every expert you can talk to. Every expert agrees on one thing it cannot transmit in food. There's no way it's in your food that you're not possible now. What about the plate? What about the containers the take out? It's possible, but you know if you touch those just wash your hands afterwards and you find, but all the experts now that stupid CDC, which is the other slow kid in the class. They're always way behind even their now their guidelines to say it's most likely never transmitted by a surface. They think it's always droplets person to person. Touch your droplets in the air very very rarely. Is it going to transmit on the surface, so it's pretty safe to eat outside You. Know some people are afraid to go back to Sushi? Sushi, but again I've been huddling with a lot of restaurants with. Sushi might be the safest thing you can eat because. You know you've got that one Sushi. Chef there. He does everything he cuts up. Everything does everything. It's not like a regular kitchen where there's a prep kitchen. Where like eighteen guys, eighteen illegal aliens prep everything, and then it goes to another station another station. So forty hands of the time. It gets like, but again it should be. Pretty safe in a restaurant. I mean the all again now. The only when you go to restaurant, we don't wear masks down there to you. When you go to the store grocery store, go into any sort of retail store. You most people have mask on. The only problem the restaurant when everybody's you have to wear the mask, but when you sit down to eat, you take it off so now suddenly raises the tables with the masks of. it's GonNa. Be Alright. Everything's so even. I mean again. A lot of teachers told me this always look at the dumbest kid in the class. If he's getting it then you've explained it well, then you've done your job. If it's getting through to him so even Mayor de Blasio says it's time to reopen He's watched Connecticut. Have done a pretty good job now. Of course you gotta wait and see if there's any spike in. In a couple of weeks, but Florida. Georgia Texas all the places that reopened despite we hear on fake news. There's no spikes anywhere. Everything's fine numbers are dramatically down in New York, so the mayor is talking about June fifteenth for phase one reopening now phase, one B stores do all stores can open a new curbside. phase to should follow very fast maybe a week or so. And then they'll allow you to go into the stores and I. They're talking.
"roger" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Personally, a politically. What is today mean? From your perspective today means that for the first time Robert Muller is pointing to probably the president as colluding with Russia in releasing those stolen documents. Roger stone is clearly named as the intermediary the conduit between Russia WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign, and it casts in very dangerous context the president. But also his son Donald Trump junior who came before a committee where I served judiciary committee and made some statements that are very very seriously in doubt as to their fullness. Now after some of what is in this indict, you think that the president's son John junior because of his testimony before the. History committee, then chaired at the time by cheer Grassley that that he made false statements. So that committee he has some explaining to do, and I think is truthfully. Very seriously in doubt as to some of the statements that he made about the Trump Tower meeting his father's knowledge of it. And about the statements also involving the WikiLeaks release of these documents and some of them are in this Roger stone indictment, but he needs to be called back to the judiciary committee. I've asked the new chairman Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina to do. So if necessary by subpoena, I think it should be done. Alright Senator Richard Blumenthal. Thank you for being with me tonight coming up between the shutdown cave and the indictment of long time. Confidante just how politically damaged the president after today next. He'll caught y'all off Obama solicitor general on what the stone indictment means Donald Trump..