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No. 2 Georgia's defense dominates in shutout of Samford
"That's in Ben threw for 300 yards and Georgia's defense obliterated Sanford's offense in a convincing 33 zero win Ben threw for one score and ran for another To lead Georgia to a 30 zero halftime lead despite rolling up a lot of yards Bennett wasn't impressed with the offensive production We had almost 500 yards of offense We had a good day but it wasn't what we wanted it to be Georgia's rebuilt defense held Stanford to three first downs despite liberal substitutions as they kept another opponent out of the end zone I'm Jim Hart
Taurean Blacque, actor on 'Hill Street Blues,' dead at 82
"An Emmy nominated actor who was one of the stars of hill street blues has died His name taurine black TV viewers in the 1980s will remember him as the street wise detective Neil Washington on hill street blues He was there throughout the show's run and his work earned him an Emmy nomination for best supporting actor in 1981 He was also in Sanford and son what's happening good times and taxi Black has died at the age of 82 after a brief illness black had two biological sons and adopted 11 children in 1989 president George H. W. Bush named him a national spokesman
"sanford" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Yeah, so but if you think about from a business perspective, there's going to be the right set of ingredients in place in order for a company to reach launch velocity. And the problem with most companies is that the owners or the architects of those companies think more about their bottom line than the value they're providing to their customer or to their to their constituency. In our case agents. And if they just flip that on its head and said, how can I add more value to ages than they could get anywhere else in this marketplace? Assuming that they didn't go bankrupt doing it. That's the way to make true wealth for the people that are in the field, but then by extension, that adds the value or the legacy value for the true entrepreneur. And so I don't understand why we were the first ones to be able to do this. I mean, I sort of do, but at some level, I'm going because we were the first, so many agents can just tap into it, take advantage of it, and just run with it. Well, it's the revenue share. It's the stock, it's how you've got things best over three years, all of the stuff is just like, you know, I don't know if you had that is now originally in your idea or it just evolved to it, but it does really, it is elegant. I mean, when you're talking to an agent, and even if they're comparing EXP to anything else in the marketplace, if they just take the time to set their skepticism aside or their natural fear of making a mistake and they compare apples to oranges, it sells itself. Right. It just does. It sells itself. And now at this point in the company's and we're just in the early basically a early adopter stage..
"sanford" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"It's been around, and it's had everybody from Napoleon hill to augment, you know, to more recently, Mel Robbins, a couple issues ago, we had Jamie kern Lima, she founded a company and sold it to, I think it was L'oreal for over a $1 billion. She's like 40 years old. And but it's all these people who've been super successful in life and are willing to give back and help other people be more successful. It's not so much about the recognition even though there's always some sort of monetary reward that sort of attached to putting yourself out there in that sort of way. But it's really about how do I help other people think the right way accurate way do the right things to sort of take their life, their business to the next level. Well, makes perfect sense. But from an agent brokers perspective from a real estate agent, I imagine they didn't, the opportunity to be associated with a brand that's over a hundred years old that has so much incredible historical tie ins, it's not like just any, it's so beyond the normal things that are big real estate company would ever do. And so it was thinking so far out of the box that I think initially people were going like what? And then, like I said, just a couple weeks later, there started to see where your mind was going with all of it, and it was like, wow, this is amazing, because you could do so many little spin offs associations, and that's such a well-known. I mean, you go any magazine stand and where there's a magazine stand, right? And they're success magazine. And it's been there forever. That's incredible. Yeah, there's been some breaks in the history of the magazine where it wasn't on the stands. But, you know, it's been, I think, the previous owner kind of resurrected it in 2008, Darren hardy was really big with the magazine for a number of years. And you talked to real estate agents all.
"sanford" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Today we are sharing with you one of our favorite interviews that we've ever done for a whole variety of reasons mostly because this gentleman is perhaps one of the greatest American real estate success stories, and that is, of course, Glenn Sanford, the founder of EXP royalty. This interview we did last summer late last summer while we were on his yacht and is absolutely beautiful port outside of in Washington state. You've got to listen to this interview with what I liked best about this. Where's the fact that Glenn was so willing to share unfiltered answers to my questions. And I was asking questions that were designed to get them off talking points, frankly. And he had no problem with it whatsoever. Did not put any limitations on the questions I was allowed to ask. And I loved hearing from him and I'll tell you the story I like best about Glenn and we talk about this on today's interview is that Glenn back in 2007 was running a very successful multi state real estate team basically for Keller Williams. And the market changed the housing market crash and all these things happen that are now you know about that. So Glenn was on his heels financially. And then Glenn had the inspiration to start EXP realty. Now that in itself is phenomenal. By Glenn goes inside 15 years, goes from basically being what I think when you listen to the podcast or listen to the video today, you'll realize he was just flat broke to becoming a billionaire. He did that in 15 years. How many people have done that in their lifetimes very few? How many have done it in the real estate industry or even fewer? So this is truly one of the greatest, I think, legendary business people of all time, especially fortunate to have him as our as the founder of EXP royalty that Julie and I are aligned with. And also a really, really fortunate and blessed to have had him as.
The Latest Update on Eric's Late-Night Talk Show
"About a month back, you mentioned you were working on a TV show. What's happening with that project? That show is a reboot of Sanford and son. And it's not going anywhere. Nobody buys me as Lamont. And I said, what about Fred? He said, we don't buy you as Freddie. I said, what about bubba? What about Grady? I just want to play one of the, nobody's buying it. And so I don't know what's going to happen with that. We're working on another project actually to do a late night talk show. And that, where is that? We're probably going to be shooting 5 more shows at the end of June for that. That's the talk show with Eric when taxes, kind of like a Johnny Carson show. So that's a long story. But that is happening. And I'm excited about it. Yeah.
Snow stalls Amtrak in Virginia, with excruciating delays
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi are are reporting reporting snow snow stalls stalls Amtrak Amtrak in in Virginia Virginia with with excruciating excruciating delays delays the the winner winner traveling traveling nightmare nightmare that that stalled stalled the the drivers drivers for for over over twenty twenty four four hours hours on on interstate interstate ninety ninety five five in in Virginia Virginia Monday Monday and and Tuesday Tuesday also also wreaked wreaked havoc havoc with with train train travel travel Amtrak's Amtrak's crescent crescent which which left left New New Orleans Orleans Sunday Sunday on on its its way way to to New New York York got got stuck stuck north north of of Lynchburg Lynchburg Virginia Virginia Monday Monday morning morning and and returns returns to to Lynchburg Lynchburg before before heading heading north north again again late late Tuesday Tuesday afternoon afternoon officials officials said said downed downed trees trees had had blocked blocked the the tracks tracks but but in in a a phone phone interview interview early early Tuesday Tuesday passenger passenger Shyam Shyam Thorton Thorton said said toilets toilets on on the the train train were were overflowing overflowing and and passengers passengers were were furious furious Amtrak Amtrak also also reported reported its its New New York York about about Silver Silver Star Star train train which which left left Miami Miami was was stopped stopped at at Richmond Richmond Tuesday Tuesday morning morning and and service service was was canceled canceled on on the the Piedmont Piedmont train train in in North North Carolina Carolina and and the the northbound northbound auto auto train train which which operates operates from from Sanford Sanford Florida Florida to to Lorton Lorton Virginia Virginia hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio
Search warrants unsealed in probe of billionaire Sanford
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting search warrants are unsealed in a probe of south Dakota's wealthiest resident search warrants unsealed Wednesday show authorities in South Dakota probed an email account belonging to billionaire banker turned philanthropist T. Denny Sanford for possible possession of child **** there were also warrants for Stanford's cellular and internet service providers the investigation into Sanford was reported last year by ProPublica and the Sioux falls Argus leader after both news outlets went to court the state Supreme Court ruled last month to unseal the warrants and corresponding lists of what investigators found the eighty five year old Sanford south Dakota's richest man has not been charged with a crime he made his fortune as founder of first premier bank in South Dakota known for issuing high interest credit cards to those with poor credit hi Mike Rossio
Why Do We Need a Black 'Wonder Years'?
"The way, I just saw the commercial for the fucking black one to years. That's produced by Don Cheadle. It ain't enough. It ain't enough that we had white Kevin Arnold in the 1D is one of the literally my favorite show outside of like the classics all in the family and Sanford and et cetera mesh. But the wonder years. In the 80s, it was the one that reasons why I wanted to become a writer. That narration. That narration of a youthful stories. Well, what do you think I'm doing now, guys? What do you think I'm doing now? I'm doing what Bob Saget did and what got into my head in the 80s watching a young Kevin Arnold. And the fictitious neighborhood that really was Long Island. That's a whole story for another day because the creator was a Long Island guy, et cetera, et cetera and blah blah blah. But anyway, here we are. I'm doing that now. It's amazing what you can pick up. So maybe some black kid will see the black one the years. Produced by Don Cheadle and he'll think, well, I can do that too, and, you know, it could be great, but I Jesus Christ. Don't we already, don't they have their black? Don't they have everybody hates Chris? Isn't that the black one do you use? Why do we need this other show now? Can the placating stop can the ass kissing stop black people have their own everything? Their own network, their own fucking month. They're on awards shows. If we did that as white people, it'd be a high crime. But hey, black guys, yeah, go ahead, make a black mash, make a black 1D. It's actually very embarrassing. If I was a black dude, I'd say, man, we are so creative. We don't need to do over white shows.
Metta Sandiford-Artest on His Journey After the Malice at the Palace
"Menace sanford r. Test joins us show to talk about Talk about a number of things. Talk about a number of things as as he As he tends to want to do. I thought it was a really conversation. We obviously got into the The documentary that just came out about the the mouse and the palace. He would actually like to reframe all of that and more in this conversation. I hope you guys enjoy so. I mean there's a lot of different places that feel like the star but one thing that you mentioned in. The documentary was at like pretty much from the off season on. Like you knew that there was something that was up like. When when were you starting to figure out like okay. There's there's something going on that needs to sort out do about like that in terms of like them mental health awareness and stuff like. I said we're just just a you like we didn't really have illiteracy for it at the time but just there was something going on with you or i look at it. You know grown up in our neighborhoods. A lot of people. You know in america especially from suburban america and different places in america. I'll even people that probably tried to oppress african americans. They look at it differently. Like for example. You know you've back in slave slave days. You know the the black africans. I came from africa Eight not american linked by own language. Ryan you fast forward to the nineteen twenty s nineteen hundred eighty nine hundred forties. And then you hear a lot of people say athletes dumb jobs or blacks can't read a imagine going to china trying to read a chinese book right in a lot of that. A lot of people make fun of a lot of blacks back in the days a because they didn't really have the education right and then you have to learn how to read the actual books to actually understand how to run a company to actually understand the processes right so then if not if you were in china trying to win a marketing company china try try try so then we had to actually learn the loons and then we actually learned the language air
"sanford" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"People dynamics get tips and insights from multiple award winning author and leadership expert herself. Zoe routh now on with the shard. Hi zoe. welcome back to the show. Oh my goodness what an interview. This author her name is carol sanford.
"sanford" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"So I'll go there. Can you that's when it kind of overwhelms me a bit to think about what that actually represents wage and, but fortunately, I don't see 60,000. Agents every day. So I'm able to just put my head down and just work on the business. So along those lines, this is actually, you might want to listen to today's podcast cuz we ended up talking about You a lot. It was all good stuff but we were talking about the fact that previous leaders of companies, but specifically of real estate companies have always been these big braggadocious, you know, sort of em at me. Want to be the center of like almost like they want to live their life. They're rock star dreams out on stage, not that their head of some big brokerage. I think, you know what I'm talking about, right? And, and you're not and you made like when you think of the experience, you think of exp Realty and Glenn Sanford, but you didn't, you don't seem to have an ego conflict with. I don't know how to express it, but you understand. I'm saying, you don't seem to have this insatiable desire, be the Centre of everything, which is an admirable quality from our perspective and incredibly rare. Especially if someone in your position. Yeah, I think it's just, you know, I've always been a big sort of a business nerd and and so I just enjoyed building businesses rather than and it's never I don't want to say it's been about me but I've never named something. Well, when I was a kid, my first company was called Saint where software. So, so s a n for Sanford and and where was was versus or software, kind of a thing about fifteen years old. So that was my first business that, that, I quote unquote, Incorporated and had business cards and stuff for. But everything else, I've always thought about the concept and the idea back then and then wanting to encapsulate in a way that I wasn't needed at the end of the day, you know, if you have a business and this is where.
"sanford" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"321, and we're back, and we have a very special guest today. Mister Glenn Sanford, the founder of exp Realty. So Glenn, thank you very much for meeting with us. Thanks, I'm glad to be here. And if we're, if there's a strange Echo, it's because we are in a very different space and when Julie and I normally do the podcast, we are on Glenn's, is it okay to call this a yacht or do we call a boat? Which is the way I'm not really sure. Well I guess it's 72 feet long so it's a yacht. Yeah. What's the cut-off between boat and Yacht supposedly around thirty-five? Forty feet is like life is it becomes yada yada length or something like that but it definitely when you get into this range you're definitely. So there's no question once you get into like the seventy foot range. Yeah, I can see why you love this thing. It's amazing. This is it's just beautiful..
"sanford" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"sanford" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
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At progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed in twenty twenty. Potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. Hello and welcome to this day in esoteric political history from radio. Tokia my name. Is jody aggregates. This day. June twenty fourth. Two thousand nine the phrase hiking. The appalachian trail enters the political lexicon. I know it's an extremely niche joke in reference but it is a euphemism that i still to this day from time to time i find it to be one of the funniest failed excuses and freezes in history But look what was hiking the appalachian trail that was what staff members of south carolina governor mark. Sanford had told reporters. The governor was doing over the previous few days when he was basically nowhere to be seen. In fact what the governor was doing was he was in argentina among other things visiting a mistress of his woman with whom he had had a five year relationship that he claimed he was in argentina to try and unraveled. Oh by the way this trip to argentina. It was partially paid for with taxpayer money. Which was really ended up being one of the big things at the center of all this so listeners. Take off your hiking. Boots gathered around the campfire. Make some more. Moore's and talk about the tale of mark sanford appalachian trail and his argentinian escapades here to discuss as always are hammer of columbia and kelly crowe jackson of wellesley. Hello hello jody. Hey there i feel like our entire show has just been a countdown clock to finally get into. This story. Wanted to do it from the jump but one thing we should do is kind of. Get the timeline in order here because it is a little confusing so nikki. Can you just start by laying out. There were rumors that sanford has a mistress in argentina and he then to try and dispel rumors goes to argentina. Without telling anyone. I mean i feel like the more that you press on any part of mark. Sanford's logic in this story You're going to find how paper thin it all is And i'm sure we'll get into all this but to help you with the timeline. So sanford meets. Maria belen shapur. Who is this. Argentinian journalist in two thousand one and he says that nothing happens between them until two thousand eight he takes a business trip to argentina in two thousand eight Part of his tour of south america that he's doing for some economic development trip as a as governor of south carolina and he goes back down in two thousand nine he just kind of disappears and this is the way it unfolds for the public which is people are trying to get a hold of the governor of south carolina and nobody knows where he is. His family doesn't seem to know where he is. His staff doesn't seem to know where he is and he runs the state and so there's some concern that something has happened to him because nobody knows where the governor is and his staff says. Well he's out of touch because he's out hiking the appalachian trail and basically nobody believes him. And there's a hint of this affair as you were talking about and a Enterprising local journalist goes to the atlanta airport and waits for flights coming from argentina and lo and behold. There's mark sanford. Yeah so so this. This appalachian trail excuse was one that was sent. You get the feeling that it was sent by an exasperated staff member lay. It was sent late at night after a day or two speculation and it was basically like i just gotta come up with something. And so is the logic like he's hiking he doesn't have cell reception. We hands completely off the grid. Whereas i think someone had actually already. He seen him getting on the plane. Going to argentina this point and then kelly know we can get into this but like i'd season argentina. There's actually some inter- international sleuthing going on here. Because the argentinian press picks up on it and so see mark sanford down there as well. Oh man it's it's it's bad because it's just like one story gets another story in another story and so When it all sort of falls out that like he's having an affair. It's this divorced woman who i think is in her forties who has two children. They're trying to figure out who she is. It's not clear that his wife knew about this. He says he went to argentina to really indicate that he spent the last five days. He was there crying about this relationship. But i mean this was not. Just you know a short-lived affair this took place over years And so trying to get him to really be honest in the media about what was happening was just. Oh my gosh. It was so much and just became a rolling scandal in terms of shit. He step down should he keep is job and he constantly trying to pivot around those messages when he comes back he tries to you know he cops to having been in argentina and he basically tries to. I think walk two parallel possibly conflicting arguments. But somehow just have it both ways which is to say. This was actually a business trip. What a coincidence that this business trip to argentina of all places happened at this time when these rooms were starting to fly about your argentinean mistress but then he said this is really a business trip. I was intended to go down there. But then while i was down there i realized i needed to see this woman and try to wrap it up which i think is also not begs. The question like what is the governor of south carolina what business does in argentina repeated trips years. That's the important trade relations south carolina. You know those big barbecue places. Yeah and he also is it. Is this moment where. He is quite candid about his emotions. And in fact. While i'm very much for men getting in touch with our emotions a little too candid. He talks about her as his soul mate. And how how happy he is. He at least scott the.
Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79
"A popular comedian who work closely with Richard Pryor has died perhaps you are not as familiar with Paul Mooney as many others are but if you have ever crack yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy or even homey the clown from in living color you definitely know his work mony has died he was seventy nine his publicist says he died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland California Muni and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late nineteen sixties they went on to write episodes of Sanford and son and prior insisted on having morning aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in nineteen seventy five other comedians like chip Helen Murphy made use of movies biting wit and heart age as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor and truth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Paul Mooney, Comedian and Writer for Richard Pryor, Dies at 79
"He collaborated with comedic stars like Richard Pryor and Dave Chappelle. Comedian and actor Paul Mooney has died at the age of 79 or Allison Keyes has a look back. Paul Mooney was beloved by many for his sharp wit and biting racial commentary, leading fans to ask questions like Must Everything Be Race? Yes, everything money, was head writer for the Richard Pryor Show and also wrote for the classic TV programs. Good Times and Sanford and son. Confronting racism in ways not often seen on television from a stand up performances. Jesus is black and so is clear. Patrick know your history to his guest appearances on the Dave Chappelle Show, where he did Mooney on movies. Tom Cruise, He's The Last Samurai. Give me a Break. Allison Keyes. CBS
Meet the Brain Behind Facebook's Oversight Board
"I want to tell you a story about a friend and a colleague of mine. His name is noah feldman one afternoon. Back in twenty. Eighteen noah was taking a bike ride in the hills around palo alto california. He was visiting from the east coast. The bike ride was a little break from seeing friends. And doing is meetings. But no is not your average mountain biker. He's a constitutional law professor at harvard and one of the country's best he even helped to draft iraq's interim constitution so as no was cranking around the hills of old honda road he was thinking about a company with its headquarters nearby. Maybe you can guess. He was thinking about facebook. I happen to be staying with my friend. Sheryl sandberg who. I went to college with her. And she's the co or facebook but not for anything to do with facebook. I was just out there and it was nice to see her. No was thinking a lot about the relationship between his field constitutional law and the struggle that platforms have keeping people safe online. Think about the social media companies the more they grow the more content their users post not all the content is going to be so nice and friendly and when you get more content. You're bound to get more hateful speech as well. It's just really hard to keep all the bad stuff off the platforms. It's always an uphill battle for these social media companies and not unlike the uphill battle that noah found himself on during his bike that it was much too hard for me. And i had that you know oxygen deprivation field that you get when you're trying to climb hills too hard for you and i was sort of in my mind and one part of that was trying to figure out how the social media companies were themselves dealing with the challenges. A free speech. It's not the question of how governments were dealing with them and free speech but how they were thinking about it internally no hyperventilating about to give and sure enough it worked and i had an idea and the idea that came into my mind was that facebook content moderation supreme court all day. Oh yea whoa. I wrote it up in a you know twelve or thirteen hundred word document. I thought maybe i can publish. It isn't bad and showed it to charlotte because she was my host and she said to me. Actually you know what before you go and publish this. Let me send it to mark and see what he thinks about it as it turned out facebook. Ceo mark sanford love. Noah's idea others were not so sure could affor- profit company bill. They court many people in an outside facebook dot. The whole idea was more than a little crazy. One of those people was knee.
North Korea launches ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan
"Say Kim Jong un has launched missiles that have fallen into the sea at Baxter covering it all from the number 9 16 years room. Sanford Yeah, exactly exactly right. Douglas First enforcement, Japan's Coast guard and then confirmed by South Korea's chief of staff of Bloomberg's sherry on we have heard from the Japan Coast Guard, saying that North Korea had fired this time around a ballistic missile. Now this would violate a United Nations ban on ballistic missile launches by North Korea. Sherry saying to ballistic missiles, Japan has said they fell outside the easy And the almost the same time as the launch. The Biden administration issued a statement about the two launches over the weekend of the smaller cruise missiles, saying they were just business as usual. No response from Mr Bayan of the White House at this point to this launch after a rather rocky
Weekly Market Recap
"What moved markets this week the week ending friday march nineteenth twenty twenty one a week that was anchored by the fed interest rate decision and policy statement and ensuing press conference by chairman. Jerome powell the markets did not do very much earlier in the week in anticipation of this and originally greeted powell's statement loose monetary statements. I should say with bullishness with some buying occurring. After the fed meeting on wednesday afternoon that reversed on thursday as yields shot up and stock markets were sold off pretty dramatically in some instances. The nasdaq fell three percent on thursday. And today friday things are kind of shifting around a little bit. We had some selling earlier and they have since come in. Nasdaq is now up for the day. And we're looking at losses but not very big losses for the major indexes for this week so a big week especially when it comes to fed policy. Lot of commentary around that. And i'm looking forward to what my colleagues have to say about it. I will introduce them now. I am joined by sticking alpha editors brad olsen. Vp of news. Kim khanh senior news editor. Stephen alpher managing editor of breaking news. And i'm your host and moderator nathaniel e baker senior editor of strategic contributors kim. Let's start with you. What was your take on. The events of the week ultimate another volatile week and we've had to deal with You know stocks kind of being dragged around by yields again. But i think it's also maybe seemed worse than it was because of thursday's sharp selloff. But now we've got nasdaq. Maybe looking at if it goes down for the week before out of last five that it's been lower but it's got it's started to gain some traction today as we were talking. Could actually you know. Maybe we gained more traction pull out a win just barely for the week. I think inflation has been on. Everyone's mind and not whether or not there is inflation. Think pretty much people are green. But there is if you looked at The philly fed that was out this week The prices paid index jumped to the highest level. It's ever been it's been since march one thousand nine hundred eighty though. There's definitely i mean. The prices received also spike sharply. So there's definitely inflation being seen this inflation in the pipeline data on now. The question is whether it's good or bad inflation and a lot of times you know. Everyone's like okay rates are out in. The market's gonna sell off but you've had good years where rates have been going going up a bit because of growth in. The market's gone along with it so there's been a i think a lot of debate about that and also we're kind of seeing maybe some more evidence of rotation which is not necessarily rate striven just people just still taking are looking at growth and looking for these reopening stocks cyclical stocks and Selling some of the bigger tech names to buy those stocks. And that's going to have an outsized impact on the indexes. Yeah and i guess. The question is also whether the inflation that we're seeing is transitory to bar the feds term which basically apparently means they can just ignore it. Or if it's something a little bit more permanent which might get them to start tapering brad. What's your take. Who are the winners and losers. Definitely this week was a cyclical rally. You saw airlines takeoff literally Partially on the tsa data that we saw travelers start to move around the country. A little bit more aggressively young american airlines alaska air united airlines all up about double digits. Interestingly enough the thing. Sanford bernstein even called out some of the value names or more traditionally cyclical names as screening or momentum. So that's one of the first time i've ever happened or as happens in two thousand sixteen where the value names are now technically momentum names of this upswell of of equity interests that we've seen over the past couple weeks really pick up steam and so that that that involves autos materials energy etc over the past few weeks. Although this week energy was clearly a loser on that steep drop off that we saw an oil the admit marathon oil achy. Wheelock smell the trillium. They took it on the chin Crude i think it had its worst day since september Earlier this week so outside of the energy names. They're the sickles. Were still a big winner. Obviously i think you've powell tried to assuage your concerns about how aggressive the fed was going to be I think just he just issued another editorial earlier today discussing you know trying to reassure the markets. Hey the dove even though quite a few of the members did express an interest in in raising rates before twenty twenty three a still a minority of them obviously
Continuing to Navigate the Neurodegenerative Disease Subsector
"The first thing. I want to mention of course is what we're really dealing with here when we're looking at specifically companies in the next generation space. Now i'm going to belabor the slight even less than i did last time basically for good phase three data. I feel it'd be good. Expect a company trade between at a minimum really of ten to twenty billion dollars market cap and for companies. That are kind of earlier in the pipeline. I would say they've shown some good phase one b or some good early phase two a data. We can expect them to trade around at one billion dollar market cap and that seems to be the case so far and there's obviously tons of information that we can use to say whether or not they should be trading at a higher value or a lower value than that. But that's generally what i'm going into this with and using the data that's available out there. You can really make your own assessment. What you think is a fair value for some of these companies but anyway just to show this slide quickly because we need to know what we're dealing with here so keep all that in mind as we look at the market cap of these different companies. Today and the first company. I want to touch on. Is a company called aspira. Fire ticker symbol. Ha they closed on friday. The fifth at nineteen dollars and eighteen cents a share giving them a market cap of seven hundred million dollars they're q. Three twenty twenty net loss was eight point five million dollars and they had a q. Three twenty twenty current assets of two hundred thirty two million dollars and then they also didn't offering in february of this year adding another hundred three million dollars to their balance sheet their q. Three twenty twenty current liabilities. Sit an eight million dollars and to give some background of the company they went. Ipo in september of two thousand twenty at seventeen dollars per share so they're not trading it too much of a premium for matt but for anybody looking to take a position in the short term. I do want to remind you that. The lockup occurs on march seventeenth and an additional twelve million shares. That were previously locked up from the ipo are now going to be added to the flow. Which is at twenty three point. Seven million dollars today. so companies. That had this lockup expiration. I caution against taking a long position in only because the dilution. That's going to occur after the lockup is going to put some pressure on the stock price so keep that in mind but the company is looking at commercializing an asset that targets the hypothesis that growth factor pathway also known as the met receptor. And they're doing this to try and treat different. Cns disorders so there specifically using compound called a t h one zero seven and this was previously known as andy x one. Zero one. seven if you're looking in the literature and they're trying to treat alzheimer's and parkinson's disease but this and then they also a small molecule version of this where they're going to be looking at neuropsychiatric disorders like depression. And there's some benefits to using a small molecule version verses the other version using a t h zero one seven. But i'm not going to focus on that. I'm really just kinda talk about the molecule. That's going to be treated for alzheimer's and parkinson's disease and before we do that though i did want focus a little bit on event related potential and a touchdown this on a couple other episodes but i wanted to go a little bit more in depth because the main readout that a fire is focusing on is this p three hundred data point and so what event related potential is a quick primer. It's a q. Eeg measurement but it's a functional version of that so a lot of companies will show a q. e. e. g. measurement of just baseline brain activity. And what this does is it. Just measures brain electrical activity and q. E. e. g. sanford quantitative electro So the baseline measurement is useful. I guess but what's more impactful is actually do a sensory event which is a better surrogate for actual cognitive ability.
How safe is your retirement plan?
"To get a detailed second opinion exactly as fast as possible, I would say, And just because your broker advisers telling everything's fine I mean telling is not showing so showing is telling. In a better way show until member showing, too, So it's like going to show and tell and having imaginary here. Here's a rock I found in the petrified force, but you're not holding anything. Here's your No feet plan, but I'm not holding anything. So be very careful there. All right. That was number one. Do you know the number one was? Do you know how much you're paying in fees and commissions now, fees and commissions? There's another risk, in my opinion because of you losing money. And you don't have to write. That's unnecessary risk. That's a financial termite. Many times they're hidden, sometimes exposed out nothing wrong with paying of the small battle fees. I mean, you gotta pay some fees from that money management. If you were paying money management team to manage your money, That's a whole lot different than someone taking commissions out without doing anything, right. Absolutely right. So that's big. Big difference here. All right. So number two You know if the amount of risk you're taking with your nest egg is appropriate for your goals and your risk tolerance. Now let's break this down. First nest egg. What does that mean? You Jennifer having enough money to be able to live comfortably nest egg is the money that you really need to protect. We would nest like they call because a goose just sit on the nest and they'd sit on the 80. She was maybe he was never know Nowadays. Haywood said she was sorry she would sit on the egg. Maybe he would when she was out having a woman's night out kind of girls. Not sure. Well, they were dark today. You had a guard today? Because if not, what would happen, squirrels will come around. You ever see this girl? Go the bird feeder. Five Fox, climb a tree. Well, most less gross nests are on the ground. All right, well, that's what the different story. I've done my birds in general, so You're not guarding it. Bad things happen. Exactly. And what if you didn't build that? What if what if it was a lazy good? I'm gonna say chicken, but, you know, they fly around to get all the twigs and bud Let's say they weren't sample so that they weren't in Sanford of our books. They couldn't get a good read quick, So they put the the egg. They watched it out from the body. And then it went right through the next, huh? That's not good. That's not good thing it all. So how safe not only is your accounts or how but how safe is where you're holding it right? And so If you have a safe at home. Everyone make sure the safe is not is one that someone can pick up and run out of the house with. Yeah, sure. You bolted in Make sure it's bigger, but also make sure it's waterproof. Right. You know what fireman tell me does the most damage when they have a fire, water water. It's not the fire and so you need. What good is it have a your important documents in a fireproof safe If it's not what approved. You remember when yet, like homework due the next day, and something happened and you're going to get wet and it was like the ink would run all over the place. Imagine that, if that was your important documents, or maybe some currency or coin collection, or Dollar bills. They can't get in like the coin. Good stuff that happens, so we need to make sure to protect our money and more ways than than than anything But the month number one way you could protect your money is to make sure it's in the right place to begin with. And if it's not You don't know it. You have been told by a second
"sanford" Discussed on When I'm High
"Got the show on facebook instagram. We got it on tiktok. We got it on canna buys. We got it on daily motion. The first season as i got reviews like from bc. Bud supply we got top shelf. Millbrook here in nova scotia where we're at. We got high rollers we got vs filters there's been so many great Great people that have helped us out along the way and like even your show you guys like you. We can't we can't have fun and we can't be on the internet doing all this stuff without people like you so the people that have given us the time a day to even watch that's one thing and then the people that have helped us through. This is such a beautiful connection. Have and i couldn't be any more thankful for it awesome. Yeah i love that that. Doing things like this is bringing people together. Even in a time where we can't physically be together You know you people in the future. I'm leading you know we're recording this during this ridiculous pandemic of twenty twenty now twenty. Twenty one You know even though we can't be together we're still able to be connected in different ways and help each other out and That's that's definitely one of the things that i like about doing. This show I've been able to talk to new people and learn about their lives and who they are. And what their relationship with cannabis. Like and i just love. I love all of it And so i look forward to You know talking with riley and liam and and other new people yeah man. I can't wait to listen. And to see what riley and liam have to say to as there's there's always so many different perspectives and and they also relate to this anatoly in their own way right so it's just it's great because like i can't even see your face right now but i know how curious and have you wanna share with people in that portrays through the conversation in the questions and it's just it's so special in a time like this where i honestly a lot of social things is gone downhill. You know so..
Trump team hires 2 ex-prosecutors with ethics experience
"Two more former federal prosecutor from South Carolina have been added to Donald trump's impeachment defense team the lead attorney as Butch Bowers a prominent ethics and election lawyer in South Carolina who's represented the state's former governors mark Sanford and Nikki Haley now South Carolina attorney Greg Harris tells the Associated Press he's been added to the team along with former acting U. S. attorney Johnny Gasser former federal prosecutor Deborah Barbier will also represent Donald Trump when his history making second impeachment trial opens the week of February eighth Republican senator Lindsey Graham a close ally of trump's help steer him toward this South Carolina based legal team Jackie Quinn Washington
'Barney Miller,' 'Sanford and Son' actor Gregory Sierra dies
"Actor Gregory Sierra has died after battling cancer January fourth outside Los Angeles according to his wife I marquees are loaded with the latest Gregory Sierra's breakthrough role was playing Fred Sanford's neighbor Julio Fuentes on Sanford and son he also played Gianna on Barney Miller one of his trademarks was breaking in a rapid fire Spanish when he was angry so you're also had roles on soap Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues his wife Helene says Sierra was extremely intelligent a brilliant actor and willing to defend the underdog anytime
Gregory Sierra Dies: ‘Sanford And Son’ And ‘Barney Miller’ Star Was 83
"The family of actor gregory sierra best known for his role as julio fuentes on the nineteen seventies sitcom sanford and son reveals. He died earlier this month. This is only for this pleasure. The new york city native also worked at the national shakespeare company later. Detective and tv's barney miller and had parts in films including the towering inferno a spokesman for sierras family says he died of cancer january fourth. He was eighty
Charges: Ex-firefighter threw extinguisher at Capitol police during Washington, DC riots
"Today accused of throwing a fire extinguisher at police during last week's capital riots. Federal prosecutors referred to this video that shows a fire extinguisher thrown at Capitol police officers during the riot. The FBI arrested. Robert Sanford, a retired firefighter from Chester, Pennsylvania, who now faces three felony charges, including assaulting an officer with the FBI said Sanford was one of the insurrectionists that broke through the thin blue line on the lower West terrorist of the capital. Court records said Sanford was turned in by a friend who said he had listened to President Trump's speech and then had followed the president's instructions and gone to the capital. They're in Qatar Ski ABC
"sanford" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And it's Wheeler, who creates it and then Sam for driving down into four court nearly a turnover but touched outlast by Georgia and try on back for Sanford Henderson out Way might have mentioned. They're going to serve a lot here today. It's 17 36 to go first half Sanford for Georgia three. Samford gets it in to try on on a cut Left wing now betray. He works it out on the right wing, depressed in parks, left wing guests with a head fake drives a left sided stores on the left lobe locks. He's got four Thank George would vote for guests to be substituted for tire on the inbounds down the right side. Dogs getting doubled up very early 63 with 17 13 to go in the first wheeler crossover spin move lost to handle loose ball. We were able to retrieve it in your bed corn. Now George has got numbers left wing to fake. It drives fakes behind the back and hooks and in good with the right hand, 65 Sanford. It's disgusting. So the dogs back within launch. Here's Gordon on the left way, Gordon. Step back three. It's good boy them neck barely moved on that one. Myra and Gordon tickles the twine and Sanford stretches its lead to 95. Can the dogs in the forecourt with Wheeler Wheeler with a dribble? Drive behind the back, Pull up jumper at the foul line in and out. No good rebounded guess. And here comes Sanford back the other way. Both team with the three little Dolly Parton this 9 to 5 guests been moving the late tipped away by faking. Here comes Georgia back the other way. Secondary transition. Kyra at the foul line, floats down the right side and Mrs and try and with a revamped He tries to throw it ahead. There's a loose ball. Sanford's got it with numbers. Pull up three by parts, right wing. That's no good Sanford with the long rebound betray into the right corner, Long distance three won't go long rebounded guests a third crack at it. Parts three. Top of the key. No good rebound. Tip down on Sanford's gonna keep it Now. They'll point Georges made dogs might have gotten a break there with that. We've got an official time out. 15 59 to go in the first it is. Sanford.
"sanford" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"You can bread on yourself to win the election you thought about that or maybe hedging your bets some things. That's a good question. I bet against myself about a month ago. And that's I think you see what's been happening in that month. So we're looking at a pretty big payday coming November. That's right. The odds are changing now, you can get in on their season-opening bonuses today start off wagering on wind Division and Championship Futures today head to bed online today and take advantage of all the great signup bonuses that's been online your online Sportsbook experts. I do all my betting their BetOnline AG Mister president some sad news dead. Recently John McCain's mother Roberta passed away at the age of 108. I mean that is such a full life like to take a moment of silence on this podcast for her. Who's who's taking a moment of silence? We we were about to mister president and then you spoke of scares me. When do you dictate? When do you when I'm doing a moment? I'm going to talk more. Okay. I'm actually going to make I'm going to have negative silence. I'm going to talk louder and more talk than I would normally show that there's no chance of any silence for any member of the McCain family. I have spoken very clearly on this podcast very loudly and I'm talking more loudly than ever before because no McCain. The only time I will give any McCain a moment of silence is when his big breasted daughter passes away because I respect her chest other than that good riddens Irish. She did make it 208 which only proved that she was not as big a loser as her non war hero sound. Okay. Well right now is looking up at us and feeling the 8th while my grade Fred Trump and my great friend Jeff Epstein look on from heaven. John McCain is not having such a good time. And I don't know what happens to his mother Roberta which is by the way not a hot name and she knows I saw pictures of her even in a nineteen month was not hot. I can only imagine what she looked like at 1:08, but I saw her in ninety-five, not hot. Okay. I'm not afraid to say it. Not a hot lady what she became TV app where she endorsed Joe Biden. Send me my game is what happens. Unfortunately two women who once might have been attractive and aren't any more get to be a certain age and life is very sad. And so she rammed to the, you know, feeble arms of sleepy Joe Biden because she knows that she won't find any strong support from a strong president and I am a president and I send her by the way emails everyday saying I'm your president and I didn't like your husband home email you tomorrow. Okay. I wanted even going to bring up McCain anymore cuz I don't want you to get so angry. Mr. President. Excuse me. I'm not angry. They were disrespectful to me. But I hope you thought she had a long life and I said my patient. I think it was very respectful. I think I showed I would say I showed restraint I should I mean I never strengths than you I do anything, but I wanted to ask you. Do you know many hot ninety five year old women that you can point out to me cuz you just referred to Roberta. McCain is not hot in her name these I don't know if many women are referred to as hot in their nineties. Let me tell you something. Tell me I will admit right now if given the opportunity. I would break Betty White chips with passionate lovemaking. So how about that? Okay, I still didn't get in expect that. Okay. So, anyway would be in a wheelchair. She got all of this Trump passion. Okay. Now another question, I'm sorry. Of course go for it to you. Just cuz I think you're going to you're going to have to know about it. You're going to have to deal with it. People are now writing to me, you know via Twitter and it's anecdotal but it's consistent founding a lot of feedback on the combing role of via Twitter where people are saying hey, I showed the movie to my father. He was a trump voter and he's not a trump voter anymore movie turn off. This is happening a lot. So I I just feel you should be forewarned. I think there's a there's a a way about there and I think we were part of it. Well, you know a lot of people want to take credit. Everybody wants to be part of who's going to take down Trump. Well, nobody's taking down Trump. I'm going to win very strongly in November and maybe you'll get a sequel and we all win you'll have a great country with a great economy. And you know, you'll be able to make movies that go to the theatre again because we're going to allow people to go to the theater and they'll be able to know some will get covered. It's going to be around they say for it, you know ten to twenty years if I stay in power off. Okay, but no, I I think anybody that should choose from me was probably not a weren't a real Trump supporter, you know, I respect the movie, but if they can change their mind from a movie then they would never really Trump supporters. The people were Trump supporters of those people right now. Who just got all my spit a lot of them at the Sanford and dumb rally and those are real supporters and they're not going anywhere. They're going to they're going to be in an ICU off with a ventilator. Signing their absentee ballot. Those are those are my people the president one of them to ask you just off-topic real quick this past week and I know you're not a huge fan of SNL. They always make fun of you. You had a problem with a lot of the actors on the show, but there's a lot of people are upset with the comedian Bill Burr who was the host of the show and saying people off problems with material saying he went too far..
"sanford" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"It. Syrup syrup syrup to secretly he didn't struggle and secretly and then sent the tape to his sister. And what brother would what good break wouldn't send a sex tape that they manipulated of their sisters has been with a prostitute who wouldn't send that to them. And you know, I went to jail because of Krispy Kreme and that upset Jared Kushner very much and so he didn't want Christian the ticket so we did end up spending an extra page in Indianapolis. There was you know, there was a there was some entertainment and then pain showed up and you know, he prayed a bit with the prostitutes trying to convince them that you know to turn over a new a new leaf and they didn't because the money was very good. but then I thought I saw I thought my aunt showed Great Character Great Character because once he couldn't, you know convince The Prostitute it's not to sleep with us. He helped us very them the next day. So I could see that he had both Christian faith, but also great political loyalty. So no we after that you are right. It was it was the extra night and Indianapolis that showed me a great vice president be GMP had the power of faith and of strong political loyalty offer. Thank you for clearing that up. Well mister President. We do have a sponsor this week and is the powerful bit online. AG Mister president. The NFL right now is a little crazy with the Covetous took a positive. I guess. They don't have the the one I want to bet on I'm going to start betting on NBA basketball is that can I do that? I'm going to start betting on strong NBA basketball. I'm ready. I'm ready to do it. Let's do it with your day late on that and the president but you can still bet on MLS you can still bet on football you can still bet on golf UFC you may not be able to go to a Game this year but the action is still here on.
"sanford" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"Back to another episode of making podcast great again. And I am your Tech stuff guy Jana and we are here, of course with the covert SRI president of the United States of America Mister Donald J. Trump Mister president. How are you feeling and doing very strongly as you can tell the powerful breath. You heard the power for breath last week, but they need the drugs. They giving me a believable. They're so powerful. I just finished one of my longest rallies ever in Sanford Florida recording at Sanford. And and this was such a beautiful rally with great people. Okay, the highest quality of white trash way Mister president way, excuse me, the drugs sometimes make me say they say it can make me say stead of more honest thing. If I'm not already the most honest person but it was a full-fledged covid-19 trash celebration. One of the longest rallies have done. So the energy is there the enthusiasm as they call it, you know, that's like be jettisoned have totally having a great time. We're headed to a gentlemen's club after this after the podcast, you know, sort of meet and greet with some of our you know, Better supporters, if you know what I mean sort of high-quality supporters and it'll be a nice time so good to be here with rain log the text of guy well mister president wage, it's GA. Nog and we have that that that's me but we have we have a returning gas Mister president. Your you said you weren't a very big fan of his and you said she did not watch his show but you really did watch your show. And you knew everything about it. Our guest back is Billy Ray the writer and director of the commie rule on Showtime Village. Thanks for coming back on the show. Such a privilege. Thank you for having again. Thank you John. But by the way, I see that you for some reason why your own merchandise to be taught guests. We see on Fidelity bravery and integrity that's pathetic three things. I don't believe in our Fidelity braver Integrity. It's dead. The I these were the crew jackets that we gave out to our cast in our crew after the Kona grill wrapped honest. I mean if you did that instead of paying when I respect that I'm sure we we paid them to this is not like one of the sweatshops your daughter runs. Well, believe me when she's in the shop I get sweat and cuz she's pretty hot. Oh, I didn't realize they you know, so that's sort of weak on your part. You could have just given them jackets, but you paid them and gave them jackets on your your says BR4 Billy Ray. I think my cognitive is telling me that that's for Billy. Right? Well, as you know, you're probably copying me because nobody puts their name on more things than me. So you're welcome for the idea. Nobody their names on things until I certainly made it popular. So you're welcome. And you know, I know the economy role did strongly probably, you know, I think if we're being honest they making podcast great again bump is like no other bump you seen podcast So you're welcome for that. I think that's true. You know, we were we were the biggest debut of a limited series in Showtime history. But all that happened grass or Thursday after making podcast great again, we were even better than red shoe Diaries remember red shoe diaries. That was a I always wanted I would always tell me about when she was, you know in high school years ago as Halloween is the red shoe Diaries, you know, and she was as a dad, you know, not right now I go. Okay. Well when you come back from the body, maybe you'll dress up around the house. I shoot Diaries, you know, it's just Family Fun following not not always the parties much to graduations on the komi room know the commis have a very different idea of family fun, you know on on July 4th every year on Independence Day, they gather in a circle, he and his wife and their adult children and they read the Declaration of Independence allowed to one another. That's what they do for family fund. Now they're well we discussed this already. There are sad desperate sort of bunch of losers. I mean that is I don't think there's anybody my Supreme Court Justice Amy, Coney Island. Okay, great Justice and Injustice is part of like let me put it this way. She's in religious groups that make Mike Pence look like a member of Motley Crue. Okay, and she wouldn't do something so lame on the 4th of July as a read the deck it's so sad, but that tall weeping willow does but you know what you said you made you made a story look like something actually kind of interesting. So congratulations to you. I didn't think that was possible. Thank you very much. I was wondering what did you think of Renovations portrayal of young age? I thought he captured the makeup was very strong. First off. I know he doesn't do that, but the make-up was actually strong cuz I looked at this guy on-screen I said, who's this sick sort of strong powerful looking bird and I said, oh, that's me. And he was very intimidating not to me. I wasn't scared but to a lot of the people in these jobs are tough very strong. I think the voice could have been better. But I think he captured a very powerful intimidating Spirit of drama. So I give him I get him a nice choice for that. You know people have said to me that that we played Trump you that we played you like a mob boss. I did you find that to be true. And if so, did you find that insulting at all? No, I think some of my you know, some of my great role models with my bosses, but I think now I think the problem is I think I started the office a little like a bus. Okay, that said first level toughness. But now I think of myself more as like a world leader boss, you know, like it's squads and death squads and mass Graves you off the mob. It should have small potatoes. You get one guy put cement on his feet and that's that. That's okay for a starter. But now I want to be more I'm more of like if they make totally rule part 2 months old man reads to his kids. I would like to see me portrayed more as an international strong man in the next installment, you know, Mass Graves journalists getting attacked by them come out and do people that follow me to my rallies, you know, so just bigger everyone bigger and stronger. Mister president you your your health is better the Florida rally today. Did you use have the same energy for it today heard is a very big rallies no masks people high-fiving and being very safe. Now, you know, it's we got to get our lives back and I said many strong things to the grad. They would they love me so much. It's so great to be back out and I don't think anybody's ever seen so many respects. So strongly from covered by don't think it's ever happened, you know, really, told me today. I was having a conversation with Roy Cohn and he told me that he never seen so many recovers are struggling Mister president. Didn't you hear yourself with stem cells and you don't agree with stem cell research. Can you explain that that you know, I don't agree with it. I don't agree with its political reasons. Okay to get the Mike Pence people to like me, but no I call it fetal juice. Remember the movie Beetlejuice. Yes. I say I am I allowed my office Beetlejuice Beetlejuice beetlejuice and then some illegal immigrant brings me in a big bucket of of abortion smoothie and I just drop off. This thing down and you should see the power. You should see the power. I you know, it is such a beautiful thing. It's Columbus Circle of Life. Okay. Remember the Lion King Remember The Lion King where you hold your day off and what happens is I have sort of great sexual power with prostitutes and you know, sometimes you don't use proper protection, but that's okay, you know you pay extra for that. It's called you make a contract sort of instead of handshake deal and if they happen to maybe, you know.
"sanford" Discussed on FruitFly
"Think it's finally what kind of broke their fans as long as you keep you doing it and nothing is coming no changes happening. We're not seeing anything different just a quick apology video and we're moving on. Yeah, I think it's good to set the record straight for like off those in the comments that are like, oh, well, I forgive you. I don't know what they're talking about. I forgive you. This was forever ago like Miller Strawbridge like yeah, and even if it was tough of these people for giving them, it's not their apology to accept Shane and Jeffrey have heard members of the black community. They've hurt a lot of people and off. It's not a thirteen-year-old apology to accept when they weren't even alive half of them when the problematic Behavior started but I spoke with Jeffrey home. Yeah, you were going to say with Jeffree Star. Yeah with Jeffrey. I think it's important to acknowledge the blatant racism. He exhibited back in his Myspace stage. He was a musician. He was an influencer before influencers were really a thing. He was offensive for offensive steak. He wanted shock value. He has home videos of him saying that he wanted to put battery acid on a black woman's skin to lighten it for videos of him saying the n-word. I know it's it's absolutely abhorrent and hostile he was friends with a known pedophile with multiple sexual allegations, and he claims that he never saw anything but his job nurse says otherwise, it's up to everyone to decide if he's telling the truth or not, but I'm not buying it. Yeah, it's unacceptable to say that you didn't know about the allegations. He has videos of him pushing drunk people down the stairs. He is dead pictures of him holding a Confederate flag. It's just hard to self-harming. Yes. And again, it's an awful thing to put out to an audience of especially young people who follow you. Yeah, you're glorifying hurting yourself and It's just he claims that he's not this person anymore which you know, okay, I I would like to believe that now let's see trust the Confederate flag off. He burned it down baby burn and then turn it into a vault know it's it's locked away in a vault somewhere somewhere, um, but wage and he has people that were close friends with him recently saying that he said the k word that he's made fun of people for their addiction their weight their skin off. There's allegations of being friends with him just to be the token black friend young. He's parading this new man that he's dating who is black and right off. It just screams. Look at me. I'm not racist. He's my boyfriend. I cannot be racist. It's like yeah, it comes off as very like. Oh sweetie. Yeah. Yeah and lip song. And it's I just don't think people are buying it anymore. I'm his last few launches have not done that well, and I think he's just trying to get repair. What is left once I yeah, even if you could like excuse the racism, which if you can what's wrong with you or you know think that that's not him just the launches in general. There was one blue blood which was okay. It was a blue pallet from what I could see but then we're at the height of we're at the back of this pandemic everything shut down. We're all home. Hey guys, here's my new palette cremation. Yes, I will say that make up production can start from a year to six months? So I don't believe he knew about the pandemic board game. Tell it but come on. Come on man. Like let's read the room for one. Like this is not the time to release a pallet about death. Exactly. It's just it didn't happen. Right but I think that what really kind of led to it though is just with Jim like, you know with with the death of George Floyd and Brianna Taylor black lives matter had really just a Church online, you know, there were activism awareness seminars that were done via Zoom called there were marches. I went to a couple of myself and everybody was really on the internet. Just getting to the point where it's like, you know what it's time to clean house. I'm going to look through it if I see anything about race like, you know, like racism off. Problematic stuff. Boom you're out and I kind of got a rep for it where I was like, I had a couple of friends on my Facebook page and with everything black lives matter trending wage. They really out of themselves as racists and not like, you know racist in the sense of like they're ignorant and just in education like all lives matter really isn't what you think. It means it's like hey, I'm going to go detail my car with the blood of protesters like that sort of vile angsty racism. So everybody and everybody that's on the internet that just wants to prove. Oh, I'm not racist and anti-racist are like left and right dropping people and Shane Dawson and and Jeffree Star word no exception and the collateral damage because stuff started resurfacing long as it has done so from over the years and I think what really sort of ledge the Catalyst was this revolution that the tati Westbrook and James Charles thing wasn't dead. As kosher as it appeared and so it got to the point where Shane Dawson was getting more backlash. They usually has in a while and was in danger of being demonetized which if you're demonetized you're over with and any platform and so he released the this mini essay where it's like off though. The mega Community is all gross. I don't want to have anything to do with that. They're all shipped starters blah blah and then it was this very I'm going to blame it on everybody else and not take any accountability for myself sort of approach and then he deleted that and then posted a 20-minute apology video, which I watched all twenty minutes and Thursday as well. I think at surface it comes off as okay possible, but then I started to re-watch it critically and it was like And nowhere in this video. Did you truly take responsibility for your actions? You prefaced your you prefaced your apology with I'm sorry, but I was depressed. I'm sorry, but I was abused. I'm sorry, but I thought my friends would like me more if I did this and there was no there was no genuine apology was just like whatever and then correct..
"sanford" Discussed on FruitFly
"In general here is Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The change in people's attitudes on that issue. Has been enormous and I think for this reason when I was young people who were gay. Did not say who they were they would disguise what they were. but in recent years people have have said this is the way I am and others looked around and we discovered it's our next door neighbor. We're very fond of them or a child's best friend or even our child. I think that as more and people came out and said this is who I am and I rest of us directly recognize that they they are one of us. That was Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg an interview with Bloomberg News. Just just an incredible loss. What what I'm Phenomenal Woman and what a life? Yes, may her memory just last forever. Absolutely before we do continue with the rest of show. I do want to share a tweet that that the legendary Dolly Parton wrote and it goes she was small in stature. But even the tallest looked up to her her voice was soft but her message rink loud and clear and will Echo forever. Thank you jab Jay rest in peace. Respectfully Dolly Parton. But I think that just sort of encapsulates just everybody's feelings right now about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Just what absolutely to Powerhouse women just seem really changing the the world, you know, it's absolutely devastating but you know right now as we've said before make sure that you're registered to vote contact your senators get out there just because Ruth Bader Ginsburg is no longer with us does not mean that the fight is not over. All right. So as it kind of said at the top my show Montana, this has been a sucky summer. There is no doubt about it. This has been a crappy year in general but there's summer specifically has lot of stuff. Yeah. Oh God. Yes, and we'll get more into that as the show progresses. But one of the things that kind of want to just start off the show with as opposed to start off. Our summer was a whole blow out in the YouTube makeup Community. Lots of established YouTubers are finding themselves canceled or their cellphone canceling, but what I wanted to focus on in particular, with some drama that occurred between James Charles tati Westbrook Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star and just to kind of process in case of those of you who are listening have no clue who these people are that are just off and they're all YouTubers and they have at some point in time either exclusively dabbled in makeup or just doesn't recently I think it's shame Dawson this recently done to make up stuff. I don't think it's not showing Community 4.5 seconds join different point five seconds, then extricated himself, but to kind of put this into context about a couple of years ago James Charles and Todd got into a fight. I don't know what happened. I don't know why they got into a fight but they got into a fight and tati Westbrook decided that she was going to release a video on YouTube titled by system. Which is kind of a rebuttal to James Charles usual opening at this videos, which is hi sister. I can't really do the Rascal. Sorry, but I think there's I guess so long But anyway, she in that video. She posted some commentary about James Charles. She I don't really remember the full context but basically gave the idea that James Charles was off. It was a bad person and possibly a predator from their James Charles really was beginning to lose followers and add revenue and when you are a YouTuber that is your bread and butter that is how you make your money and so for someone like James Charles that is a big deal. Well as it's turned as it soon turned out James Charles releasing screenshots verifying that he in fact was not this person that was being depicted in the video and then he got off his back and then tati Westbrook was like, oh my bad and then for a couple of years nothing really came of it until someone alleged that whole body Westford absolutely had no wrongdoing in this situation. She was going off of bad information given to her by Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson had nothing to do with it except for she thought she caught a she added it. She put it on YouTube. But yeah had nothing to do with that. To get it, right? Yeah. Yeah, you pretty much hit the nail on the head. You know, I think speculation can be involved when it comes to her involvement or not. But I do believe there was manipulation but she is also a grown woman. Yeah who made her own choices and she decided to drop that video, but I would rather tackle what's going on with Shane and Jeffrey cuz those obviously their careers. Yeah. Yeah. They they took a big hit this summer, especially Shane who disappeared from the internet. Yes. He kind of popped up on Instagram. What his fiance's boyfriend Beyonce. I don't know. Sorry. Sorry, Jaan say but yeah when they were like, hey, can we come out and tell you about our bedroom? Like no just go just go. Yeah. I think that was a PR move but did not definitely turn out very well. It was not dead. Received. But yeah, I think it's important when we talk about these two that we take a look at their past Where it All Began because that is What's led up to fame restrictions. I think problematic Behavior after problematic Behavior with no sign of change is really starting to not be tolerated anymore. I.
"sanford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sanford and son my man let's go you don't feel that you can go yeah actually I think I think it connoisseurs we tell yet that there are many you could go to a convention and many people say that's the number one TV thing well it is it because it's not only like it's our actual great jam and and the thing is to is like you think about like that's I mean you know Fred Lamont Astor I'm coming to join the the whole bit to Pablo Grady great show and great great theme song phenomenally Quincy Jones what he gonna say we can tell you like also like like there was a funk band around here in Marin in the bay area that actually went national called vinyl shutter I've seen him yeah they're good my gosh on Onorato listener up yeah hello I feel like I want to go hear them play the quit deed I mean the evidence on things I mean I mean turning like a twenty five minute jam in order because that like that was as funky as it gets are a great job Polly Mack Friday night lights atmosphere von Bondies two from the two thousand poly very interesting yep they're itching all right here I go on that last year okay so we all we all start with the with the honor I wound up going down under mention rabbit hole like you wouldn't believe to like for example like you the white shadow yeah for my for my boy and for Candace the office of NBC's the office for my I know understand I gotta tell you my two older siblings now you know so I always felt very dialed into the nineteen seventies which meant that songs like Chico and the man the Rockford files dude don't sleep on the roof I would think that if you had to have a UFC octagon between connoisseurs the Rockford files with square off against Sanford and son did not the data but I don't should be on my list actually welcome back Kotter dude yeah the one that I cannot believe it didn't make anybody's listen I can't believe it didn't make mine either because all I can think of is my mom and dad sitting at the piano bench employed way Glenn lady at the songs that made me come on all the families one of the greatest of all time yeah and do the melancholy piano of a Thursday night at ten PM open in the garage outcome the cop cars Hill Street Blues son and in fact it finished fourth it finished fourth so I got to go into my number three and I can start modern because you know I wish you all gonna start on and I decided that when it's all said and done no theme song can make me as happy and make me laugh like this theme song and like Bali bunny gills Dallas like hopes is a long order and probably like your Friday night lights it's no lyrics but as soon as you hear it everybody in the world starts smiling and when you smile the moment you hear the first note you got to make the top three bring out the two but Larry David drop the needle a theme song that employs the your enthusiasm the family money so can until like a super like intimate story like I don't even know for sure these details on fifty thousand watts from the Oregon border San Luis Obispo Netflix yeah go for it but Candice and I have a little tradition that we love watching the show so much that whenever the themes that were ever were sitting in the room we have to reach out and hold hands and we bounced the hands along to the tuba and then when that because do you raise a hand to drop of money and that's that's how we start our curb your enthusiasm with a match so what is that kind of bonding I said Candace I said how can I leave a theme song that causes us to go do a little hand dance a little hand jive every.
"sanford" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"He is coming I'm hearing back number eight six six ninety right I you know with all the impeachment hearings and everything this week we forgot to mention one critically important story I can't believe we dropped the ball on this actually her cat I brought this up in a pre show meeting it's four hours later he knows exactly where I'm going yeah yes mark Sanford ended his primary challenge against trump I'll never forget where I was when I learned that mark Sanford ended his bid for the primary challenge for you ready resident as our nominee as a Republican I am suspending my race for the presidency because impeachment has made my goal of making the debt deficits and spending issue a part of this presidential debate impossible right now he said in the statement yeah yeah right right that's the reason H. blaming him yeah yeah well if it weren't for I would I would I mean I mean I could have done it don't think I've done it Julianne Guster when he when he gets out will say well because of impeachment nobody was there wasn't enough media and press paying attention to me so what's trumps fault yeah that I that I have to exit from the Democrat side that's right why not right well no if they you know.