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"samuelsen" Discussed on EconTalk
"History that just shoveling stuff out the door. But they've got each other pretty well considering that they had very different views as world. They've been rather envious of each other many respects certainly milton. Always that It rather easy and that's really because he wants scholarship. After scholarship after scholarship and milton took rather longer ride to get much the same case. I think the milton is also of samuelsson's that easy air was established. Society nelson was outsider. Always liked that suited him. The oyster milton enjoyed that. Bruce friedman milton's energetic wife constantly topic samuelson living too high on the hog under milton. Had to put out with only a second open amaze me they both won nobel prizes. Yes they pretty well. In person on the page they were cooler towards each other. what might expect because they representing different tribes. If you like there's no died. There was an intense personal rivalry however friendly they were. And even after years after milton's steph pulls was still kicking his corpse he could not resist giving another little jab. We'll come back to that. I gotta remark on that. Yeah it's true Same when when milton tied. There's a sweet letter written by samuelsson to rose saying i lost a wife and you'll find that will always be with you. He'll be there and say don't worry about that he's still he's still looking for my shoulder to and that there's there's a great won't actually beyond the obvious product. Steely rifled a fist fighting. This have you been as much as keynes hayek for each other. And then they became close friends. Of course these guys were close friends but they was maintained civil relationship so they show that there was never any trite slagging on the other hand pesto lettuce but very often Very often sarcastic very often unforgiving. I think but you have a lot of examples from both men of correspondence where they were. They treat each other with respect. And i think regardless of of the differences in their ideologies and perspectives on economics There there was certainly at a minimum grudging respect Because of the success of both of both in in there in the career in the field they both share. Yeah let's let's start with prominent. I mean number one. You could argue. Who is more influential more important. But in their lifetime both the each other was the most important rival outside of they won't release living rival considered their plays in in a an. Interestingly actually they profess to be keynesians in the end we'll sort of what hayek said was that actually they. They were both keynesians. They were the to each other that he wants to either of them. And that's sort of true i. I think it's worth more methodological. I think milton offense staked out keynesian ground because he wanted to fight on his opponents home turf any fell to give me more effective if he couched his work is intellectual work not as political full software but his his intellectual work. I think he tried very much to beat canes at his own game hayek did also of course and and excuse me Yeah i acted also gore said he. I think failed whereas i think milton had much better success rate so as much as i like. I think there might be a personal thing in that remark. but let's talk about their intellectual legacies. I'll start with samuelson. How would you summarize samuelsen's contributions. i think he said in a way complete. What kinds of left behind kind of died prematurely and left a lot of questions unanswered and for samuelson it was a matter of completing the work filling the gaps in and laboriously rights paper off to paper after paper journal papers filled in every single aspect worked mathematically in order to show exactly why these bits and pieces of the economy worked. I was endless to him. It was just like coloring in a coloring book. You know had to finish the whole portrait. Today it was left gun and he found himself defending he thought himself the high priest. I think it's keynesianism. He disguised it by saint. Louis actually you..
"samuelsen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Because they have recorded the hottest temperatures, Len, possibly In history. History of recording temperatures. Death Valley has hit 125 degrees 129 degrees and on Sunday hit 130 degrees, and they expected it might tip over today into 131. Or 132. Now, historians of, uh History of temperature, Interesting field or is that is that is that a big field? Because I could have studied that in Syracuse. I just I don't know It's a broadcasting with. I didn't know you could study the history of temperatures, temperatures, but it was recorded back in Had almost 100 years ago. It went over 131, but there's some dispute as to the accuracy of, uh, thermometers back in those days, Okay, but 131 degrees that is, I mean, can you really be outside and that kind of weather for very long? I don't think so. I don't know. I did study to school. If now, If I had studied that at school, you would have given you an intelligent answer. I want to take a long walk with only a small bottle of water. See how we do I don't see how we degrees folks. That's wild. That is absolutely wild. And obviously great at Zum Berg must have something to say about that, right? No, you take a big bottle of water, but you go for a walk. That's what she has to say. Uh, Andrew Cuomo. He has lost the support of Yeah, That's it. Workers Union is a big deal because you know Cuomo as we all know, he's going to run for 1/4 term, right? Because he was fundraising. But John Samuelson, he's the head of the T W U and he's going to be it's going to be with us in the program around, uh, 8 35. You want to tune in to hear what he has to say? He came out, and he said that they are done with Andrew Cuomo. They supported him before, but the scandals have just mounted up too much for John Salmon. Samuelson's taste. So they are looking for an alternative. To Andrew Cuomo. Now here's the question. Do you guys see the tw tw? You ever endorsing a Republican? I don't know about that. Their work is going to go Republican. Are they waiting for someone to challenge Cuomo? In the primary. Well, I think that's what that means by looking for an alternative. They didn't say they're going to vote for the Republican who, maybe Lee Zeldin. He's going to join us tomorrow morning at 8 35. But Yeah, I I guess they're looking for some other Democrats to step forward. I can't imagine. Well, um, Here's now Cuomo's office claims Now they put out a tweet last night. When Samuelsen said that he was bailing on Cuomo. Cuomo's office put out a tweet, saying Samuelson is an extortionist. He's just trying to undo pension reform. We also understand he's a political supporter of Tish James. And she may run against the governor, and he wants more benefits in his contract. So, uh, this is, uh, That's what the governor's office officers saying So I'll ask, Uh, well, that's also asked Samuelson. Are you an extortionist, sir? That delicate. How will that How did that play out? Good. I'll ask him whatever my feeling and barley, you know, Albany politics pretty well. My feeling is that if Cuomo announces he's going to run I think most Democrats will stay out of his way, even though they may hate them, and they would like to see him fall. I don't think anyone wants to take him on because you have the distinct possibility of losing. Yeah, well, that's always the problem with Andrew Cuomo and we know he gets even with his enemies. So you got to be careful if you're a Democrat like Tish James or any anybody who thinks they're going to challenge him. It would be the end of your career. If you are not successful. Right. I mean, Cynthia Nixon. It didn't really matter because her career was not in politics are correct. It was it was on sex in the city. I don't think she's gonna challenge and make. How about are there any other Democrats out there, Joe? Decides to mean to change his name gets thrown around anybody else. Any other name? The blast? Just I could have run it. Well, you know what? I suspect he would run. I bet you he does run. He's already toast with Cuomo. So what difference does it make? Right? Doesn't matter. Hate each other. Yeah, you might. You might. He's got nothing left. He's got no, no place else to go. I'd have to say Iran Popular candidate. Yeah. If de Blasio runs, Len, I will forgive you for voting for Cuomo. Okay? Because really Cuomo Enterprise. I got that on record mark the time we'll joke you had to choose between de Blasio and Cuomo. What would you do? Um, I'd go with de Blasio. I would go with the black CIA. No kidding. Would your dad huh? Yeah, It's quote Cuomo is done, Len done. You can't have four terms done. Too much. I don't disagree with you about that. I don't know what you're yelling at me about Joe Bartlett, Because because you're going to vote for him. I am. I've already said he shouldn't run for 1/4. You guys don't listen to me, but you know your ears clogged. You have not said I will not vote for him. Said he shouldn't run for 1/4 term is that you did not say you have not said I will not vote for him. I want to see who was uploaded. I see If it's de Blasio, you get a pass. Lin Okay, go for Cuomo in Hall Pass news Time at 6 30 from Joe Barlow. Good morning, Joe. All right. Michael, Democratic nominee for Mayor Eric Adams goes to the White House to meet President Biden today to going to Meet with other local leaders to discuss increasing gun violence around the country. Adams says they must address issues early in a person's life that causes them to turn to a life of crime. Um, that sounds like the liberal version of fighting crime. So so much for the anti crime guy here As soon as I saw that, Joe, I thought he's weaseling out of his stance on being tough on crime and bringing back stop question and frisk. You know, we don't have it. You may have it somewhere. But the heat there was a sound bite of him, saying he was comparing how many people are in prison who are dyslexic? And he said, Well, if we can work on their dyslexia, they wouldn't go into crime. Mm hmm. Yeah. There you go. This This is a guy. Okay? Alright. Good luck with him. All right. We got another deadly weekend in the city, too. As we discussed the problem of crime, three people were killed, including a 13 year old. Jarry in Elliot. He was gunned down outside a cafe in the Belmont section of the Bronx about eight rounds and.
"samuelsen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Or Washington comes to talk. We're still keeping track of this building collapsed down and Surfside, Florida. Horrible. Uh, A collapse that took place on Thursday. Now, um and they're still doing what they consider a search and rescue mission. But that seems pretty optimistic. Unfortunately, it seems excessively optimistic. At this point this many days in, um the death toll has risen to now, 10, but More than 150. People are unaccounted for. As they continue to dig through the rubble. They've got a lot of heavy machinery, and they're trying to lift the pieces of the building up. Um, this was a 13 story building and you saw if you saw the video, half of it collapsed. This is really very the wee hours of the morning. Expect a lot of people be asleep inside when that horror takes place. Um, they've had hundreds of emergency personnel down there, they say, including teams from Israel and Mexico who are participating. Working around the clock. The Army Corps of Engineers is being called in as well. They're describing it as the the largest deployment of task force resources in the state of Florida. That is not a hurricane, according to Jimmy Petronius, the state's chief financial officer and fire marshal, They said the same amount of rescuers are on the ground as they were during Hurricane Michael. Back in 2018. They've been aggressively trying to get through this rubble as quickly as possible, but it's a tough thing and this weekend You saw that they were having trouble to that a fire raging at the site at the same time deep in the rubble, they said there are fires that are deep inside the rubble difficult. To locate And that had been creating challenges for the search effort. Because you just imagine like what they have to deal with here. They're still doing search and rescue trying to find people who may have survived the collapse somehow, through some miracle, And meanwhile, they got a fire. How do you put a fire out underneath the rubble while still trying to keep Whatever survivors you hope for their safe, you know, in terms of like using the foam and the water that they need to to put out The fires that are underneath. They were creating trenches to try and isolate the fire and employing infrared technology. Like I said foam and water And they're they're still pushing. They're still trying to find things. And then there was this one weird story from a family that claims that they received 16 phone calls. From their grandparents. Did you see this? That were unaccounted for. In the condo collapse. One family says that they've received this, according to Fox News. 16 different calls from a landline. Belonging to their grandparents. The landline, not a cell phone, a landline associated with their grandparents, residents in the building there among the 156 unaccounted for people. This was at the time that Fox wrote this this weekend. Arnie and Miriam. Not can't lived on the third floor of the building. And in the days since their grandson Jake Samuelsen, said his mother has been receiving calls from their landline. I guess over and over. That they actually kept next to their bed. Samuelsson telling the local news outlet quote. We're trying to rationalize what is happening here. We're trying to get answers. How weird is that? Very, very strange thing. So our you know our prayers. Definitely with people who affected by this devastation. And the the reality is that a lot of people are gonna have to answer the developer who put this building up. That the people who maintain it, the building inspector was apparently just on the roof, inspecting the building hours before it collapsed. They say looking at the The roof anchors that they used to hold up those window cleaners. The inspector was there just hours before and claimed that they didn't see anything. He said. He didn't see anything unusual going on. But.
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"samuelsen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You know, we're rotating through. We've routed out to the brief field. We have More heavy equipment we brought in. So you see larger cranes in different aspects. This is an evolving process. A fire that was burning underneath the rubble for days has been brought also under control. A man there, says his grandparents. The landline keeps calling him despite the fact that they are missing after that collapse, jinx, Samuelsen said. Arne and Miriam Napkin lived in apartment 32 of the building that partially collapsed early Thursday morning. Received the first call about a day after they went missing. They only hear static. On the other end, there have been more than a dozen calls and each time all they hear is static. On the other end, Sampson says. His only hope is that it's not someone's idea of a prank in case you missed it. Over the weekend. A suspect is in custody for the shooting of a Florida police officer. Oh, Thel Wallace was arrested end Atlanta early Saturday morning, he was found hiding in a tree house. On a property affiliated with a self described militia as Daytona Beach Police. Chief Young describes Wallace wasn't done making threats upon his arrest. What he said was You guys know who I am. You know what I'm capable of, and it could have been a lot worse. I'm Juliana Maya Police officer Jason Rainer remains in critical condition if you would like to help cover medical and recovery costs for Officer Rainer Go to wdbo dot com and you'll find the link to donate the first cruise from a U. S. Port in 15 months has set sail from Fort Lauderdale. The celebrity cruise ship edges in the Gulf of Mexico Day two of a seven day real world test. Can the cruise ship industry operate in a world still with Covid? The ship left Florida Saturday evening on a seven night voyage with stops in Mexico and the Bahamas. Ship is sailing at 40% capacity to allow for social distancing. The entire crew is reportedly vaccinated for Covid 19. Along with most of the passengers. The misery is real in.
"samuelsen" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Members have not filed a missing persons report. As of yet now, one man says that his grandparents landline from the tower that collapsed keeps calling him despite the fact that they are missing after that partial building collapse. Jake Samuelsen said. Arne and Miriam Knockin lived in apartment 302 of the building that partially collapsed early Thursday morning. They received the first call about a day after they went missing. They only hear static. On the other end, there have been more than a dozen calls and each time all they hear is static. On the other end, Samuelsson said he only hopes it's not somebody's idea. Of a prank. At his Mark Mayfield reporting. Now the family center has relocated as of late last week. This weekend, it was transition to the Grand Beach Hotel. This is for family relatives. Of the victims of the Champ Lane Tower south collapse. It's now at 94 49 Collins Avenue. That's the Grand Beach Hotel at 9449 Collins Avenue. The information line is 305. 614 18 19 that is to report your missing loved ones. Or if they're fortunate enough to have survived the tragic, catastrophic events of last week, you're asked to call and report them to 3056141819. It's now 605 as we continue our in depth team coverage. Hundreds of first responders from around the world are now backing up our heroes with Miami Dade Fire rescue as they continue searching for survivors and bodies at the Surfside site, FEMA administrator Deanne Chris Well, we've also brought in the Army Corps of.
Mojo In The Morning
"samuelsen" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Bit i though sheehan with the dirty on the thirty sounds way more interesting than it is so let me clear this up before you hear it. Blown out of proportion somewhere else. Alex rodriguez was spotted. Hanging out with ben affleck's acts lindsay soukous. Remember she's a writer for snl birthday party at her home in the hamptons on saturday and so people were like. Oh my gosh imagine. This was here now. Yes the timing of this hang out is very interesting. Considering their axes ben affleck jennifer lopez rekindled romance continues to heat up however they are just fold friends and lindsay shook s. That is she. Do you not get the impression that these are sloppy people who are hurt. And they're just trying so they've actually been friends for about fifteen years. And if you go back which i dead. Because a rep for a-rod was the one who said they've been friends for over a decade. She had dinner with alex. Rodriguez and jennifer lopez multiplications like. She was their way out. J. lo did snl. She was there hanging out the cast after party many many times. So she's been around for a while in terms of being friends with rod. So i think the media is going to try to make this into like a half inning and i don't agree with. He was also spotted shannon. But i agree with megaton spots along with his ex wife yesterday. I think he's just kind of like a rods type of guy doesn't he. Megan that just Is trying to get seen with other girls just to see you know. Let him her. no. I don't even think that they're not front. I think she shannon. They probably have been friends for ten years. But i think he's hurt right now and he called up his friend was like. Will you help me out with something. Will you go out in public with me and be seen. I'd like to stir the pot a little that You you match on with the news broke at the end of the show yesterday so i want to recap in case you missed it. It's not good news. It's sad news. The actor who played on friends. James michael tyler announced on the today show that he is battling prostate cancer. Specific bog noces. It's of course the stage for ali stage cancer so eventually probably get me. The cancer has left his entire lower body paralyzed and it has now spread to his bones. Gold was past year was to see meyer. Fifteen hundred berkeley. I did that my gold now to help. Save at least one said. The cancer began mutating at the beginning of the pandemic it progressed. After he had missed a doctor's appointment he is undergoing chemotherapy right now but he was about how badly he wanted to be a part of the friends reunion special on. Hbo max. he couldn't be there in person. And that's why we saw him over zoom to be like. Oh and by the way gunther has cancer. You know what i mean. Do the cast members. No yes at this point. I'm sure did which has corresponded with me instagram. The losers or where. They've been aware for a long time. By the way. I've had a number of friends that have been diagnosed and actually two of them tragically lost their lives over the course of the last year. Don't miss a doctor's appointment colon wrecked colorectal. Cancer is killing so many people in even younger than ever before i mean jamie. Samuelsen is a prime example of a guy who he just looked like a healthy man. You know and he did radio in the detroit area for many years. He was our co worker across the hall when he was down at our sports station before it went over to ninety seven one and he He's gone way too soon in there needs to be early detection and actually the need to make it so that you go and get colon your colon checked when you're in your thirties Not when you're in your fifties because it's affecting so many people that are in their forties so rap legend masterpiece. She wants to be the next head coach of the new orleans. Pelicans the team just fires tambien. Gundy after season there are reports that zion williamson. Family isn't too happy with the franchise right now. Masterpiece caught up with the paparazzi. Yesterday i should take the paparazzi caught up with him. He says he thinks he's the man for the job much bigger time for the first hip hop a player in the nba Costa allowed great players that are in lead Took my son's from being passed to. Maybe they'll be the next future big time pro accurate so you did used to coach. Demar derozan costa maga rosen and not know that i could show people like zion on all the great players that they haven't when a team because we that great players on the team but they need somebody that understands so if they bring me in as a head coach assistant coach. I think i could tell you. Notice amazing. it's not far fetched. He actually is a pretty knowledgeable guy when it comes back. I didn't know that he played preseason ball with charlotte hornets and the raptors back in the nineties. And like you just said. He coached a bunch of people but a gimmick that he did. But hey tonight is the nba draft lottery. We're going to find out where the pistons are going to end up drafting. You know they do it in a way. That's kinda interesting in the In the nba. Were you know they. You select them and stuff based on your record. And all this other crap but ben wallace is going to represent the pistons at the draft lottery tonight in seriously. Say a prayer knock on wood. Do whatever we need that number one time he already know. We're going to be disappointed. I have a weird feeling about this. I know it's where nears passive never had good feelings about and is now i just have a good feeling about it. I don't know but we gotta clean slate to you. Know what i mean like. everybody is like the. It's a new rebuilding team. I like it with you. And it's a great general manager that knows gonna make good draft picks no matter if we get the first pick of the fifth. Pick so sorry back now back to you shannon sports report. It's okay lastly story that's gone viral. 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WGR 550 Sports Radio
"samuelsen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Just gonna leave. I mean, why do I put up with this stuff? W gr sports radio 5 50. It's probably not Russian mentioned that I watched the Amtrak from Penn Station to Philly. All right, we'll just move on. All joining us on the Western hotline brought to you by equitable advisers. Planning for your future is about more than just money. Let equitable be your guide and by Ray Alexander, Relax. We got this. Good morning, Mr Hamilton. How are you on the western morning? How are you? I'm good. Hey, Upl looked looked good again. Let's start there. What do you you know, through two games, He looks well, first off. He's big. But he he moves pretty well. Looks pretty place a pretty calm game. Yeah, very athletic. Um and you know, in two games usually. Ah, Ah Young goaltender relieve a lot of rebounds. And he's very quiet there. He he has very good rebound control so far and Very athletic around the net and has evident in the head save that he made last night. And when the Rangers were slinging around with four guys coming up, and next thing, you know Fox, who leads the NHL and defenseman scoring He's the one that shakes free. And I think he thought, Well, here's a goal that we think you thought looking. It would be in the picture. Next thing you know, Not only is he in the picture, but Being a big goaltender. He's there and hits him in the head and has a great say form. So the rest of the way to the sound like it's going to be upl into car ski filling out the rest of the season. Yeah, no. Yeah, it kind of sounds that way. Yeah, I mean, Granato didn't rule out either Goaltender Hutton or all mark yet, Um, but he did say that Hutton had a setback. You mean, we only got till May eight, right and it's over with and Doesn't sound like all marks even on the ice. So you know, I don't think it sounds real promising for either guy. Well, we'll have to wait and see. And But, yeah, I think it seems like it's going to be looking into car seat for the rest of the year. For a few weeks Now, Paul has been about watching the young guys and how they're playing. And I wanted to bring up Samuelson. I know you You tweeted about the play he made where he caught up to Penn Aaron to stop what was a breakaway or break up a break a break away, But I want so a two parter on him that play in particular. What do you take from that? Seeing what he did, but also, you know you notice his. He's got such a long reach. And when, when guys trying go wide on him. He uses that reach and even again in like And his de zone because of that long reach. He's very good at getting his stick out and breaking up plays in passing lanes. And I just think that's such a big weapon for a guy like that, and he moves well for a guy who's tall. Yeah. I mean, Panera is one of the eyes of a great skater. And he got behind him, and he's in there looks like a ripe in Erin's got a breakaway and Samuelsen got back. Not only got back, but he was able to sweep the puck away. And not even come close to a penalty. I mean, usually if you're beat like that you reach in You're going to get you're gonna pull him down. You're gonna trip him. You're gonna hook him something. He actually swept the puck away. Nope, you know, didn't commit a penalty and it was just a really, really good play. And, you know, considering, you know, he's only played six games in the National Hockey League right now. He He looks pretty calm out there. He looks like you know, he makes all the place he doesn't get. You know real. He doesn't panic. No, you know if if something goes wrong, you know he There's not a lot of panic and And like, like the pin Aaron play that went wrong to start with. You know the guys behind him. And in for a breakaway, But he doesn't panic. He gets back. He makes the play. And, uh, you know, right? I think it's been real solid so far and looking like that. You know, he's probably going to finish out the season, uh, playing playing a regular shift for the sabers, and he got some time on the P K. You know, he was out there. I didn't track every power play, but I know I looked up. At one point he was on the number one D pair with Risto lining and one of the penalty kills, so it's nice to see The and Granados done with the whole with this with a whole bunch of players is, you know polish. It's nice to see young guys getting an opportunity in terms of whether it's increased ice time or and or increased responsibilities to see how they hold up. Yeah, Bryce and got in the same situation. He's been out of the penalty, Kellen. Rice and even has gotten a little bit of power play time to recently. You know that given opportunity to see him do that so Um, now, Bryce and seems to have little bit of a wall lately. You know, he hasn't played quite as well, I don't think is he had when he came up, and that's expected that's to be expected. But still, you know, there's a lot of things to like in his game that we've seen since he's been up from Rochester. So in the department of a lot of things to light from his game, let me like next ask you about dealing cousins who I think I'm sure endeared himself to teammates again last night when the jeweler is boarded. No hesitation at all. Cousins goes right after the guy. Yeah, and he's not gonna hesitate. He's going to be Guy that does show up like that, and he got himself a little bloodied in the meantime, but it's okay. You know, And I think he got himself bloody because it looked like when he got hit. His face mask went into his nose. And I think he got cut by his mask. You know the half shield than anything else. Um, but, yeah, I mean, he's that's the type of player he's going to be. I mean, he's gonna be always there for a teammate. And to me is already a leader at a very young age right now. And you know, I written and told you before. I mean, if I'm not talking about stripping the captain see or anything of Jack Eichel, but If for some reason he's not around next year if he's traded or whatever. Yeah. E think cousins would be one of the very, very few that would be ready to be a young captain. And you know, there's been some examples where it has worked. Jonathan Tape's Steve I Zerman, Sidney Crosby. Where you know they're ready at that young age, and I think cousins is a very unique individual. That could handle that kind of responsibility. And, you know, would be a very good leader at a very young age. If that's the case, Paul Well, I guess whether or not that's the case I do need him did not. Always do what he did. They need him on the ice. You know, we can't five minutes in the penalty box is not gonna work for me on a regular basis. So maybe they have to What sign somebody that will do that so cousins doesn't have to. I'm I'm not saying I actually need some sort of guy as an enforcer. But if that guy will just do it, so Dylan cousins can continue to take a regular shift. It might be worth it because If he's going to be the kind of player you know the list of guys you mentioned right there. Those guys were on the ice and a score goals and that's what cousins has got to be doing as well. So I appreciate it, but I got to find a way to keep on the ice. Exactly. I was that was, I think one of the first things I thought of when he went to go. Well, let's see the sabers there behind and cousins goes to the box with Rooney, who wins that exchange, you know? Even though cousins wasn't having a great game at the time. Still, I would still rather have him on the ice. And I thought I thought the same thing is you did you know as it was happening? And they do they need They need a guy, a couple of guys and you know, I bring it up all the time as to others. You know the line like this is weakest line of the Islanders. You know bars l and the group can dangle. Because that line keeps people honest, but not only do they keep people honest, they contribute. In there, guys that can put the puck in the net from time to time and score a big goal for you from time to time. And you know we're not. I'm not looking for John Scott here, or the whole line of John Scott's or anything like that. I'm looking for guys who can actually play the game. But yet Our deterrence where Rooney's isn't going to take the liberty. You're not going to have to deal with that. Because Rooney knows there's a whole group waiting for you. You know if you do do that, So, you know, I think sometimes that line is a deterrent that they don't even get into that and stop because they don't have to. All the home.
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"samuelsen" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health
"Investing decisions today as well as for the future. This is a very important conversation. And one that i know that you will come back to time and time again. We also include many resources in the show notes that he'll has generously offered To share with our listeners. Keo welcome to the podcast. Thank you very much. I am really excited to have this conversation when i was first introduced to you and your work. I got really excited because you were the first person in a really long time. That was talking about this. Eighteen year of real estate economic cycle which i had come across in some earlier research of my own when i first started getting into the real estate industry which i thought was common knowledge but apparently it wasn't and so when i was first introduced to you and your incredible research in these webinars. This work that you're doing. I got really excited. And so having you on. The podcast is going to be such such a treat for for our listeners. So really appreciate you coming on thinking. Yeah well i would love to get started actually with with your not your background. Because i've covered that before. But how did you get interested in economics and the real estate cycle. And how did you get to this point especially also speaking specifically about this eighteen year cycle. Well it's sort of an interesting story. So i'd never never had any kind of formal economics training all this is self totes. My first degree was in classics. And so i suppose studying history very long-term spanish spos- gives you a sense that there are ups and downs in economic life. But really the genesis of my interest actually started quite early on when i was at school and i was introduced to the work of this american economist. Henry george who wrote a book called progress and poverty and eight hundred seventy nine while you probably never heard of it actually. It's probably one of the most read. Works of economics in history's even more so than samuelsen's economics textbook more so than john maynard. Keynes is just fear more so than even adam. Smith's wealth of nations and he was essentially analysing why we get boom and bust cycles in what he called the industrial economy and also why that seems to be increasing inequality every time. You get one of these cycles. So i sort of came across that when i was the teenager of course as most teenagers do goes in one ear. Some some of it some residues left and but most of it goes out there. I resurrected that intrests probably around two thousand five thousand six just before the global financial crisis. Partly because i thought i wanted to know how to become a better investor and someone who's talking about boom bust. I thought my give me that. And then of course. We had the global financial crisis and i had picked up from progressive policy. That actually has got something to do with real estate. And what. I what. I the conclusion i came to when reading the economist and financial times. And all these eminent publications to explain what was going on..