29 Burst results for "Selleck"

"selleck" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

04:53 min | 8 months ago

"selleck" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"You can put on you. Know whenever. I remember whenever i set out to to buy my first business. People like you're going to do what and they didn't get it is they. Did i think either. It also had like a one time is telling you. I talked to undergrads a lot. New girl asked me. You know you heard of these hundred million dollar exits. Go in your choir. And i told her. I inform us if you're thinking of doing anything with with the exit in mind for dollars. I'm not saying you shouldn't have an exit plan or whatever but if you're thinking that i'm going to go do this thing or build this thing with the hopes of a hundred million dollar. Don't do that thing that will not be enough to sustain. You do what you just talked about man. Those times. I mean i remember being a bit my office that i could not afford that. I leverage to the hilt or to buy at two o'clock in the morning lang tile in the bathroom myself with one guy helping me. Knowing that my my employees in particular the female employees would come in and they would really be pissed if all there was was a urinal hanging on the wall for them to the bathroom. You those those times your moment of inadequacy conversations you have with your wife. I have with my cpa my first year. Business hosting your your w two. I wish i could go five by. Because i called up my cpa the end of my first year in business. And i go. hey A slight man shane. I i don't know how this works. I haven't anything in. Because i haven't paid myself this year. And what do i do about taxes. And that's whenever he sa- william probably eligible for an income tax credit. And i was like way. Why no cuts. No no but you. It's all these realities people think You know what you do when your the proverbial man or the woman in charge. No you are in charge but you got all the pain that goes with it so that yeah and there's so many more like that. For example i kept it pretty accurate journal or consistent journal throughout my five years. Entrepreneurship and i have a calendar minor. And it's could be something just as simple of just write down one bullet point but i looked back at that journal or the past five years and one of the things that i saw where i had this consistent intri jing my wife jean cried version. One jane cried version five. Jane cried first and ten gene cry version thirteen and seeing that over five years that was also it consistent reminder.

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"selleck" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"selleck" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"And then we can rewind because there's a lot Did after years raised hundred twenty five thousand from three angels brought in some seven hundred and ninety million dollars of deals. Fifty five deals One third of them got term sheets. Three of them closed for one hundred and forty million. are general pricing model was charged a quarter point on deals and then in in december two thousand eighteen. My wife and i decided to shut down debt maiden because but number of reasons i can go into but basically i made every possible the steak that tech founder make a first time outer who didn't raise enough money and a two sided marketplace. It was painful however half of my fifty. Five deals came for free from lincoln. Although i did six years of investment banking. I never did a single debt deal. And then i start. A company called devon connecting lenders private equity firms. It doesn't make any sense. It's a recurring theme in my life. Where i start stuff. No reason to start a no history of credibility During this time pastor that i know the it we'll figure it out on the way along that way though. I co founded a nonprofit called elite me to help transition navy seals get jobs built that up to two thousand.

'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

Z Morning Zoo

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

"Found out what we know about the friends. Rina special Here's got a trailer yesterday. That was kind of like the first real trailer for it Seems like we've been waiting 18 years. For this thing that happened. It's finally hitting HBO Max on the 27th of this month, so that's two weeks from yesterday. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Beaver Lady Gaga. BTS and other A listers that are stopping by for appear in the show include Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, She played up Monica and Ross is Mom and Dad. Cindy Crawford. James Corden Kit Harington, Mindy Kalen Walls to be a part of it, and so will Maggie Wheeler. Who is Maggie Wheeler, this lady? Yeah, Jess from the original of human friends fan, you know exactly who that is. And

Rina Justin Beaver Christina Pickles HBO Maggie Wheeler Elliott Gould Tom Selleck Lady Gaga Kit Harington Reese Witherspoon Mindy Kalen James Corden Cindy Crawford Monica Ross Jess
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From New York City Tom Selleck all world how are you welcome to the big radio show so I I got a computer that's gone wacky army so this whole business again seven o'clock tonight is now become I don't know if you think who's going to win the police Washington DC police and the National Guard or the protesters but it's yeah I know they got it scheduled for seven o'clock tonight four thirty right for thirty five right now three six thirty two and a half hours and that they'll have it it'll be during daylight still daylight at seven o'clock so hopefully the police I will head to cameras out there that will be recording who the people are if they do attack the statue any vandalism and identify who they are arrested and see what happens did the president signed yesterday or day before some executive orders again this is federal land the district of Columbia some federal order cracking down on people to do this he cannot dictate sentences but he can dictate crimes in DC so John Kennedy center Kennedy from Louisiana I was talking about this this morning and he makes a very interesting point because again in Washington DC it is not a state it does not have a governor the person in charge is the federal government led by the president of the United States so normally and I'm a big federalism guy just like John Kennedy is that no you can't March federal troops into a sovereign state without the sovereign state basically allowing him inviting you but in the case of Washington DC that all changes so John Kennedy said if you believe in federalism the decisions about the statues in these various locations throughout the country I agree with John Kennedy that should be made by the voters in those states about public art ought to be made by these communities are the city's not by the mops you have to have a full and fair discussion people have to feel free to express their opinion if you change what side would you really thank you're not free it's not fair if somebody expresses an opinion to say you're a racist I win but if those are the rules I'm Donald abide by and accept whatever the various communities to stop I will I will warn you about this stuff self righteousness in retrospect it is easy and cheap Arthur Schlesinger said that if you remove every statute of every person who did not meet modern day morals about race out anti semitism about Tom misogyny about gender equality and you do it right you're not gonna have any statutes left I mean we've had two major television stations for a long period of time the twentieth century America run the emotionally in the show and they do not for one season they ran it and sponsored it for forty years all we just found out a on late night television host appeared in blackface he was trying to be funny now if we're going to have this discussion we have to help with you have double standards would we've got to be able to talk about the in the the entire experience and what we're going to find Santa this is a good thing that Americans today view race and anti semitism and gender equality much differently in two thousand twenty than we did in eighteen twenty or or nineteen twenty that's called learning from history and I think we need to be careful before we are right yeah so I would go further I'm not talking about eighteen sixty versus two thousand twenty that's a good point but I think we think differently about a lot of these issues in twenty twenty a lot different than we did in twenty years ago in two thousand when would when did we start blaming the millennials shortly after that give the millennials were basically born around the turn of the millennium and so well I don't know what the exact years our board up the millennials but late nineties early two thousands and it was the everybody wins a trophy work they were criticized widely by that the snow flake label got thrown out there it basically was because of the fact that there was a cultural shift between the baby boomers and the Gen x.'ers and the millennials and I don't know where the gens these are but they're coming along too and I I've talked about this a million times I I've had many discussions it's a nice way of saying it with my grandmother they just thought that the Beatles were the worst thing ever in the history of the planet they were evil they were terrible that's not music I didn't even play rolling stones for her let alone Bob but I believe so things change values changed it seems like when we do that the show on veterans day it calls from people that talk about back in the day there was veterans day parades and there still are in some communities but they used to be huge big shows big that people turn out large numbers I always thought it was not fair I understand why it's November eleventh eleven eleven eleven hour eleven day but it was but it's cold in a lot of places a lot of people don't turn out for parades what is called the turnout for fourth of July parade because it's nice but people will call and talk about yeah I remember when I was a child.

Tom Selleck New York
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Selleck yes you are I get a lot of emails from like crazy stuff so I get a nice email from a guy named Mike and he says could you check this out to you know basically check it out see if it's legit and I said yeah it's not but it took me two seconds to find out that this guy who's sending out those bogus newsletter was sued by the government find one and a half million dollars for securities fraud yes but he's out putting out Bob does this conspiracy website in people are subscribing to it so even though your crooked you can still you can still you can still make money so couple more emails of Phil Porter says a by the way Harvard's president he and his wife are quarantine with the virus it's on Harvard's website that is that a little we talked a little about karma going there where's this guy who's not happy the book book book book book book book book book Doug says I don't want to talk with somebody else's show Richard says that conspiracy theories Hey Tom I love you listen every day but before you call everything conspiracy please look up YouTube event to all one if the global leave the gates foundation worldwide vaccine plans are F. chips watch Dr Rashid T. R. well that's another big big guy yes he's a real doctor but you've got to check him out this stuff is so bogus hello but your mind Tom marijuana store wacky things out there that turned out to be true yeah but this isn't with this doctor isn't one of them I don't know how you people get so easily Duke are you that gullible I've seen stories about this doctor you don't it doesn't take much to check him out and find out that the guy is wacko eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred let's talk to John who's waiting patiently hello John how are you great great thanks Tom great show thank you but well the Gallup was talking about saying you know the kids start people are showing up for work for one day or they don't show up yeah we had a big labor problem before this started and you know there's plenty of jobs available and plenty of people where to take them but we have we have done exactly what the sign leading to our national park says please don't feed the bears they will become dependent on humans for their for we are we are starting to become dependent on the government for R. S. A. L. C. the whole green new deal and well the people just don't wanna work we're just gonna have to pay yes and in the in the tares legislation they extended unemployment from the normal twenty six weeks out to thirty nine weeks and they did that back during the the big recession two thousand eight two thousand nine they went out to thirty six and then they went out to forget forty nine or fifty two or something like that and and and even a bunch of leftist economists said unemployment will never go down as long as you keep extending the benefits if you bring it back to twenty six weeks which has been for decades you will watch people will find a job and they will go back to work and it happened just like train bears so but yes to people are brash enough to say I'm not going to go to work when I can make almost as much sitting at home so they don't we also have another ask another little aspect in there is we I'm in farming and reaching guys quit you know kind of wrapped it back and quit they get a soft tissue injury they get workers comp and then they go in state start taking cash jobs so there's a lot of gaming going on yeah this is it's very difficult to to get through it because if if your really own up to it your your cutis harsh cold hearted you don't care what we are you know like that other caller said open your eyes well we need to open our eyes what exactly is going on in our state California we were just told we don't have the resources to go after the people plotting the system yeah yeah well and end on top of that I I know I'm I'm I'm going down a different tension than what you're talking about but your state other states all the states not all of them I know a number of them are letting prisoners out because they are afraid they might get sick and I'm scratching my head going but that's just going to increase the criminal activity and I thought they had medical staff in prison so why are they letting them out it's all part of boy you want a conspiracy theory you go I mean there's people that are are against incarceration even Michael Coleman the guy who was put in jail for three years straight trump's lawyer he let let him out last week why right right good question there is no punishment and a lot of a lot of head scratching going on a lot of things that I'm a great across across the board I mean I would not want to be in a position of leadership right now facing these decisions because there's nothing you can do right no I saw a lot of people right hand end it is a battle a tight rope but there were trying to walk between getting the economy started back up again they're not making the illness numbers to get more people sick it is a and you know there will be more people that get sick and there will be the the ambulance chasers out there that will be going after these governors and the president everybody else doctor file G. well you were wrong you were wrong C. you are you should have done what you did no matter what they do is they will be blamed for doing something they shouldn't have done hi I'm with you I wouldn't want this job but they have a anyway yeah it's there's no there's no accountability John it's I whip off the system they're telling me that there's nobody checked in on me so all disco rip it off and I don't know I just like to sleep well at night I don't want to have to look over my shoulder but I guess some people don't mind that's where we are thirty one good call John I appreciate it very much eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred I don't know what you think about the the conspiracy stuff in for those of you that buy into the conspiracy stuff for some reason you have a blind spot you don't see how wack wack A. doodle these conspiracy sites are and you buy right on into it you take a bagel bite of it and go yep this I'll tell you what Bill Gates the CDC they're all out to get us one thing we agree on here's a Quinnipiac poll today about how people are thinking about the virus Dr Anthony found she seventy eight percent of the respondents approve of Dr Fauci but there are people out there that are thinking that he is some two headed monster who's in on some nefarious deal your state governor seventy four percent approve Andrew Cuomo fifty nine percent approve president trump forty six percent approve Congress forty four percent approve that's amazing Lee high for for Congress when it comes to president trump the biggest number thirty one percent give him an F. on A. B. C. D. E. F. thirty one percent is the biggest number give them enough but the second biggest number twenty five percent given Monday others are mixed numbers in the middle so it is eighty five percent of people say that they are worried that they or someone they know will be infected with the corona virus he's telling you what your neighbors are thinking phone number is eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred that's kind of where America is there's all the polls are but basically with the same numbers but the conspiracy people are trying to get you thinking otherwise.

Selleck Mike
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Old one you're listening to Tom Selleck yes you are thank you for coming by so we're waiting and we look here yeah in the rose garden again and the sun is setting into a nice sunny day in Washington the sun is out and it's right in the faces of all the reporters that are sitting in their socially distant chairs what you for the president came out they told as five thirty so but they told us that before as well there's a reporter putting her coat on yes it's sunny but chilly waiting for warm weather so last night when the president came out they did not go very far before he gets into talking about police taskforce task forces that he is going to put together that I ate um die I made a look I mean I was going to write down all the names but he came out and to start talking about the list of companies who will advise him on opening up the economy they will consult with him then after a list of companies he read off the list of a bunch of names of companies then he read off a list of a bunch of labor unions then the read off a list of names of defense contractors then he read off the list of a bunch of oil companies because they talked about there was the best oil deal ever made and yet the price of oil went down again today because nobody trust nobody trusts these oil deals they're the biggest bunch of cheaters in the world the oil industry oil ten countries OPEC then he listed energy companies and investment firms than financial firms that you listed a bunch of restaurants and airlines and shippers and telecommunications medi listed a bunch of sports groups what is going on was that again so I somebody's today counted up all the number of people he added that he read off their names that was two hundred two hundred people tenth to me that is I've I've done this before it's so government if you are and I've been on a couple boards of public agencies and they have these big boards of directors that is ridiculous nothing ever gets done because they have fifty people sitting around the boardroom table and nobody really gets to talk that much or give their views or opinions on March you take a look at the bet the fortune one hundred companies take a look at their look online and and ask about their border directors you will see it's generally about ten people maybe twelve that's it to run a giant global corporations because you want smart people that will engage in the board meeting to really give their opinion and advice on whatever the subject of the is on the agenda so I look at this and I go two hundred people is a total waste of time how why do why is why is it two hundred people I don't like it I wish she had ten twelve people all right be politically correct and have you know half the Republicans half Democrats half women half man yet although of the one of everything check the boxes but get some smart people and really get some good advice about how to do this this is going to be critical and he is being judged on how this is going to go I know he said he's the sole authorities nodded to governors and he tried to much more compact conciliatory did you hear that last night much more conciliatory about the fact that there is going to be you know going to rely upon the governors and all that sort of thing this was him from last night cut twenty one he backed away off on this sole authority business so I'm confident that these respected people that I just read from the list will give us some great ideas in addition to what the governors of learned the governors of learned a lot I've spoken to governors at at the beginning it was a contentious relationship but now it's a very friendly relationship in a really great relationship and I'm proud to say that some of them I think our friends in some cases the Democrats but I think they like me and I actually like them I'll tell you who they are some day but we're all getting along and we all want to do the right thing and I think they're going to do a great job of leading their individual states it'll be a beautiful thing to watch they'll go and rely on their mayors at their local town officials they bring it right down and Washington shouldn't be doing that we can't be thinking about a Walmart parking lot that's two thousand miles away well we're doing testing but a governor of a state can an American and right down the line well that's a lot different than the day before because in the end I'm in charge I am the sole authority all of a sudden it's come by our big love Cecil the president did a big change of opinion last night that was last night man mark Cuban is one of those on the sports Advisory Council nine thinking okay that's I get that but mark Cuban also is a is an entrepreneur really knows his small business stuff and remember he came out of the tech world that's where he made his money so he could be on more than one of these committees but I I I wish there wasn't two hundred people but Cuban was asked about so what are you going to tell the president why don't much yeah I don't have one yet obviously I want to get as much information as possible before I offer any advice at all this is such a moving target that I think the biggest mistake we can make is rush to a decision but I'm gonna help them in every way I can whatever he needs me to do is may first two soon I I I really don't know I mean we're getting new data every day you're hearing more information about scientific medical therapies and opportunities for vaccines and the more time we can buy the better chance we get to make the right decision but just so many things I think part of what I really wanna contribute is the fact that it's businesses really don't know exactly what to expect on the other side there's so much uncertainty that by talking to everybody on in each of the groups I think the president get a lot of great feedback on how businesses are approaching because as much as the safety is critical we also have to see how businesses want to move forward I don't think it's gonna look like it did the day before I think it's going to be a new abnormal and so getting the feedback from the industry councils he put together it's gonna be very valuable form I think was a smart move well I I like the idea I just I think it's too big but Cuban goes on to predict about how these Advisory Council people will work together we'll find out more about that today but obviously there's a lot of brain power and you know that they have put together a small business group yet and I also volunteer to do that as well so I think this is the beginning and I think they were really smart and how they approach this I agree and and the the best of the best and hopefully between all that brainpower will come up with some alternative approaches to taking those steps to get the economy open but like I said before just getting feedback from everybody and getting their insights and how what they're going to do with their business is what I'm gonna do with my businesses I think it's gonna be so useful and so beneficial but the science is still with the science in the backseat and that there yeah let the business people give feedback on what we're going to do because like I said it's not going to be the same it's going to be different and having these insights will be valuable yeah I'd like to I couldn't agree more on that part of it I think it's good it's too big but I do like the fact that the president is not listening to just a bunch of political groups in Washington he's going out to some of the best and the brightest in private industry and saying all right what do you see how are you planning on doing this what do you think we should do I do love that and I think because of that because the president I guess and I think this is critical for him he is this is a referendum on it's one thing to to show leadership to shut down the the economy shut down the country but how he brings it back is going to be judged very critically very carefully so this will give him a much better chance to be able to say look at lot of smart people this is how they recommended this is what we're gonna do eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred.

Tom Selleck Washington president
"selleck" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"First you're listening to Tom Selleck it is see Friday to so why our wages not going up faster and I guess it depends upon where you are on the pay scale if you make pretty good money your way just not going up that fast if you are not making a lot of money they're going to much faster than everybody else Dan date then risk reversal on Wall Street I kind of breaks down the factors that are contributing to the lack of wage growth I mean listen there's two economies here and this is just goes back to one of the issues that we're dealing in our country right now it's a real existential threat this income inequality they're just different jobs for different people in different parts of the country right now when you think about organization that sort of thing where those jobs exist you know it's really on the coasts are for the most part so you know listen I I think that when you have unemployment as low is at fifty year lows right now where those jobs coming from there just kind of lower and jobs and an issue that you talk a lot about the dis intermediation of this new a I a Connie so like you said at the state the union the president can look and give a nod to the blue collar collar worker but we know a lot of those jobs are being automated so the question is how are those jobs how those workers going to transition in this new economy right now and at this point I think that these jobs numbers don't really speak to that because you think we are we adding these workers these are people who are finally getting off the mat saying I'm going to go back into the worst for work force but with three percent year over year wage inflation that's not fantastic nope not fantastic at all I've seen much higher than one one a Connelly is booming you get much higher wage growth because again you can measure the economy buys sixteen ways from from Sunday but I measure by how much do people have in their wallets because if you've got a pay raise and it's noticeable and you got more money at the end of the month in your in your wallet there's a good chance you're going to be spending more which will drive the economy more but if you had just a little tiny amount more or you have more but you barely notice it you're not going to go out there and increase your spending eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred card in Reno Nevada hiker hello hi my two cents on there here's my two cents on it is that please wait stagnation move driven by lost what I mean by that is that there are constantly putting their numbers out look great at this company zero and then it's reflected back in the stock price the number you have to be aware of the shareholders the companies are just running scared of Wall Street in their biggest expense almost there that is their labor Pol drawing and trying to find a to cut those costs and not increase the expects but that's always been the case what you you laid out the case for now you laid out the case for ten years ago twenty years ago they're always trying to you know window dress their numbers to make them look as good as possible for reporting to Wall Street their quarterly earnings and all that in labor is the most expensive part of most businesses so they've always tried to do that there's a couple of other things out there in this economy that were not around and their unique to today but this is been too long this this lack of decent wage growth has been going for years years admits it even after everything fell apart back in two thousand eight two thousand nine and we started putting the economy back together again the economy's been growing group of about the same in the Obama years is is growing today it's still growing but is the last not growing in leaps and bounds and the wages are not growing leaps and bounds so so when I look at our my company by the company thank you our I can keep the government sector if if government sector ages are stagnant next week is okay junior game our wages at that moment what inflation is still yeah okay we were stagnant they're not going out yeah and yet the company again mine is trying to do everything they can to stretch that dollar I look at the building next thirty forty years old yeah definitely in need of a great and now that it's not happening and I'll go back to Wall Street at the drive in fact there are companies out there that ignore lost colder cosco couple examples and now they run their businesses without fear of loss I think that the fear of god no larger and over the years well you've always got a pretty after wind your your what your numbers for Wall Street you always do that that is that is the that's always been the case but yeah the the the government it I I would I'd have to look them up on what it depends by which government you're talking about government has grown quite a bit but then there are months where government is actually cut back a year ago all right but is that the federal government is that state government is that city and county government it it it bounces around but that right now government has taken over with more pay more good that they don't have the same pressures they don't have a profit to to make they don't have to report to Wall Street so they can increase their costs them pay their people more so that from that point I agree with you but everybody's always fussed about reporting their numbers but all right I appreciate it just look at the numbers here average hourly earnings they said they just they've come down over the last couple of months labor force participation prude D. much the same it's been for the last few months looking for the number on labor force participation here I see that the graph it's pretty much flat I told the graph up to the microphone that is a work all that well we get done this cut from Steve liesman in here that we have time yeah we do because he brings up a couple of things that are new to the economy right now cut one Steve liesman I don't want to cold water because very strong report I just have.

Tom Selleck
Leo Baekeland Announced Bakelite - February 8, 1909

This Day in History Class

03:25 min | 2 years ago

Leo Baekeland Announced Bakelite - February 8, 1909

"Or wherever. You get your podcasts. In this day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm eve and you're listening to this day in history class. A podcast for people interested interested in the big and small moments in history. Today is February. Eighth Twenty twenty. The day was February. Eighth nineteen thousand nine Belgian chemist. Leo Bake Land announced his invention of Bake lite to the public. Bake lite was the first truly synthetic resin fake. Lynn was born in Belgium. Jim In eighteen sixty three. He got his bachelor of Science at the University of and a couple of years later he received his doctorate of science bakelman invented Velox photographic paper and by the late nineteenth century. He was wealthy. He sold his velox paper rights to Eastman Kodak for a million dollars. Yes and at that point. He moved into his snug rock estate in Yonkers New York there. He had a home laboratory. Where he worked with his assistant Nathaniel Thurlowe? Oh in the lab bacon began experimenting with combinations of all and formaldehyde years earlier. Scientists experimenting with the Substances Senses reported that the combination formed a hard material other chemist had been working with final and Formaldehyde to create a material that that could compete commercially with Lloyd but they were unsuccessful Bake Lynn and Thurlow began working on creating a synthetic shellac since natural. Natural selleck was in short supply was used to insulate electrical cables but since it was made from a resin secreted by a bug there wasn't enough of it to meet demand hand they did create a female formaldehyde. SHELLAC called Nova lack but it flopped. They switched gears to creating a synthetic resin that could be infused in would to strengthen it. Bacon started writing in a new laboratory notebook in June of nineteen seven documenting the tests using the mixture. Sure on wood. In his June nineteenth century he wrote the following in part all these tests were conducted in concentrated horizontal digest and and the apparatus was a reasonably tight yet. The surface of the blocks of wood does not feel hard although a small part of gum that has moved out is very hard at first. He called the substance Substance D but soon he began referring to it as bake lite with two days in a lecture he gave to the New York. Section of the American Chemical Society on February eighth. Nineteen O nine Bacon announced his invention in it. He said by the use of small amounts of basis I have succeeded in preparing a solid

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"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You're listening to Tom Selleck but it is see Friday too so why our wages not going up faster and I guess it depends upon where you are on the pay scale if you make pretty good money your wages not going up that fast if you are not making a lot of money they're going up much faster than everybody else Dan date then risk reversal on Wall Street kind of breaks down the factors that are contributing to the lack of wage growth I mean listen there's two economies here and this is just goes back to one of the issues that we're dealing in our country right now it's a real existential threat this income inequality they're just different jobs for different people in different parts of the country right now when you think about organization that sort of thing where those jobs exist you know it's really on the coasts are for the most part so you know listen I I think that when you have unemployment as low is at fifty year lows right now where those jobs coming from there just kind of lower and jobs and any issue that you talk a lot about the dis intermediation of this new a I a Connie so like you said of the state the union the present can look and give a nod to the blue collar collar worker but we know a lot of those jobs are being automated so the question is how are those jobs how those workers going to transition in this new economy right now and at this point I think that these jobs numbers don't really speak to that because you think we are we adding these workers these are people who are finally getting off the mat and say I'm going to go back into the worst for work force but with three percent year over year wage inflation that's not fantastic nope not fantastic at all I've seen much higher and one one a Connie is booming you get much higher wage growth because again you can measure the economy buys sixteen ways from from Sunday but I measure by how much do people have in their wallets because if you've got a pay raise and it's noticeable and you got more money at the end of the month in your in your wallet the there's a good chance you're going to be spending more which will drive the economy more but if you had just a little tiny amount more or you have more but you barely notice it you're not going to go out there and increase your spending eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Kurt in Reno Nevada hiker hello hi my two cents on that here's my two cents on it is that the either wait stagnation monitored by a loss the what I mean by that is that there are constantly putting their numbers out look great thank you the company no and then it's reflected back in the stock price can be done with it yeah at the America shareholders the companies are just running scared of Wall Street in their biggest expense almost there if their labor all dry and they tried to find a to cut those costs and not increase the expects but that's always been the case what you you laid out the case for now you laid out the case for ten years ago twenty years ago they're always trying to you know window dress their numbers to make them look as good as possible for reporting to Wall Street their quarterly earnings and all of that in labor is the most expensive part of most businesses so they've always tried to do that there's a couple of other things out there in this economy that were not around and their unique to today but this is been too long this this lack of decent wage growth has been going for years years Hey I mean it's it even after everything fell apart back in two thousand eight two thousand nine and we started putting the economy back together again the economy's been growing group of about the same in the Obama years is is growing today it's still growing but is organised not growing in leaps and bounds and the wages are not growing leaps and bounds so when I look at our my company the private company thank you are you the government sector if the government sector are double check this week is a continued game our wages yeah at that mimic what inflation yeah okay we're back yeah if they're not going out yeah and yet the company again mine is trying to do everything they can to stretch that dollar I look at it you know the next thirty forty years old yeah definitely in need of a great and it's not happening and I'll go back to Wall Street as the driving factor there are companies out there that ignore walls colder cosco couple examples and not a wonder businesses without fear of loss I think that the fear of god no larger and over the years well you've always got a pretty after wind your your what your numbers for Wall Street you always do that is that is the that's always been the case but yeah the the the government it I I'd have to look them up on what it depends by which government you're talking about government has grown quite a bit but then there are months where government is actually cut back a year ago all right but is that the federal government is that state government is that city and county government it it bounces around but that right now government has taken over with more pay more good that they don't have the same pressures they don't have a profit to to make they don't have to report to Wall Street so they can increase their cost and pay their people more so that from that point I agree with you but everybody's always fussed about reporting their numbers but all right I appreciate it just look at the numbers here average hourly earnings they said they just they've come down over the last couple of months labor force participation prude D. much the same it's been for the last few months looking for the number on labor force participation here I see that the graph it's pretty much flat I told the graph up to the microphone that is a work all that well when we get done this cut from Steve liesman in here that we have time yeah we do because he brings up a couple of things that are new to the economy right now cut one Steve liesman I don't want to cold water is.

Tom Selleck
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All the time with Tom Selleck what time it is and so it's been a busy day and we're getting more and more from Iowa but booted judge still number one he slept in one of the earlier updates but now he's back to number one Sanders is number two so that still were up to eighty five percent were still waiting to see what happens from there I don't know we got the corona virus I wanna get to that in a in a minute as well some of the let me see that might might emails you get my email address by going to my website which is Tom Sullivan dot com and on that website you can find the phone numbers for the show goodbye my email address you can find the the links to my Twitter and Facebook and Instagram and a couple different ways to be missed part of the show you can there's a podcast of the show every day about ten minutes after it's all over we update there the podcast everyday dole says me at email this is actually it's a great week for America well well said well said Steph sends me email front it's a copy of the tweet from real Donald Trump says I will be making a public statement tomorrow at twelve noon from the White House to discuss our country's victory on the impeachment hoax so brother is going to be saying something about all of that no also said next time I will put I said I had voted for met so that I know all the business expert yeah the next time I'll put him on the top of the roof of my car with a what a low life never that was the big thing about he went on vacation as dog in a cage on top of his car this kind of weird eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred wait a minute I'm having problems with my cursor here and that's not there that's because I hit the wrong line here if I have the right the right line pattern then you say hello I say hello hi how are you yeah I'm having I'm having a big problem here I've been there done that yeah I was wondering what if I had the money I would like to file a class action suit against the federal government for waste of time and money I'm with you for you I mean they know it yeah I mean even the president the Decatur GA hope everybody's engaged so close the oven educated or didn't want to even do it right so they know what the outcome was going to be before was done right so what were they doing though when they doing it were they doing it because of hatred because it's personal because they wanted to dirty up Donald Trump as much as they could so that he would not get reelected what was the what was our motive what were they thinking that's a good question but the point is that yours in my taxpayers money to where the Congress the legislators they haven't been doing their jobs for the last several months and all of the time and effort money spent to even do this there should be some sort of retaliatory way of dealing with this well I feel sorry for IRS agents all of a sudden because if they call you up and say you know Pat we need you to send in some more money you know I know what I would say I was a we'll just take it out of the peach might find this take it out of that you don't need it for me well yeah go to Congress that the money today about it's not there it's not fair that they can spend it at your leisure knowing the fact that in the direction that it was going to go to begin well we talk we talk a lot about the presidential approval rates in Donald Trump Gallup yesterday we had the news about the fact that the highest ever for him is it forty nine percent approval fifty percent on the disapproval but that's that's a tie which no surprise but at the same time and that was higher than Obama at this point in Obama's first term but you look at that you go Congress is it like there's something around nine percent approval so forty nine sounds like the country loves compared to Congress you wouldn't know that you would not know that I I I I don't know where Congress is going to go but it feels like there's got to be some kind of restriction put on them and obviously term limits is what everybody comes up with but some kind of real quick that young Congress you couldn't do it in the voting booth but the point is well if they had the pocketbook they're just going to continue doing yes they're just they're wasting time wasting money and I'm paying for I don't like it I don't know if they live in a glass house they don't understand how the rest of the country sees them because in Washington DC they all talk to each other they all hang out at the same restaurants and bars and they all go to they say all belong to the same you know work out club and they all they all they they they all drink the same water they do not have any outside measurement of the metric about anything and and when you get there the first thing that you're supposed to do when you get there start making phone calls to people to donate to your next campaign so it's a it's a very strange job the people that most of them I column C. minus students for a reason not being gracious most of them are people that were staffers they've never worked in a real business most of them have never met a payroll I I mean it's it's a strange group of people but they have the power to do this is right there in the constitution right there in the constitution that's true it is the constitution to do but at the same time if it is a politically motivated thank you it is no longer a constitutional law well pulled out of that you're sick you they accused one of the articles article two was obstruction of Congress and if the anybody obstructed the government it was Congress but I think that they truly obstructed government and the part about that I understand by Richard Nixon one of the articles that was drawn up when they were going to go and try and take him down was our obstruction of justice well okay that is a crime a fraction of justice yeah yeah you interfere with the police investigating the murder across the street I you can be charged with a crime but obstruction of Congress it's it's like Congress the same we were not equal three branches of government you can't interfere with us the the beauty of it is if Congress and the executive branch disagree and they do many times in many administrations all the time if you have a disagreement you bring it to the third branch of the court and say judge what do you think the I don't even know what they were what they thought was on what is obstruction of Congress it makes no sense of course the White House disagrees with Congress tells him to go take a flying leap then then Congress should have picked up the phone called the courts as it were filing that we we need you to get involved here decide who's right but they didn't do that why not none of it makes sense to me so tell nothing new here yeah we're good go round round well I hope you get if you get the money back let me know as I put my full I certainly I've put my claim is with you I appreciate the call very much phone number here is eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred when we come back let's get off this politics stuff we got the corona virus we'll get you it's it's almost a it is a daily tally sheet on what's going on but there's an interesting question that comes out of all of this which is why do we freak out about the corona virus but we don't freak out about the flu they get the flu kill has killed more people than the corona virus has phone number here is eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred you get all the information on the show Tom Sullivan dot com door.

Tom Selleck Iowa Sanders
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"MLK junior date twentieth day of January you're about lord the two thousand twenty my name is Tom Selleck until January twenty twenty one yes in that order no no no no we're here no I know there's a is one of those days is in the well you don't know what's open you don't know what's close most things are closed and the governments are a state local federal they're all shut down banks stock market all that is shut down so it is it's it's it's kind of morphed over the years this MLK day was started to president Reagan signed a law for the third Monday in January which I don't I I know I know I know I know it's a and I I want to get into MLK day a little bit more direct later but this is a guy who was born on January tenth and we're celebrating his birthday on January twentieth and I'm thinkin says it's not his birthday why don't we do it in like March or April what is warmer outside because I I it just it's one of those winters like presidents day presidents day is all you know coming up in the third week in February and people are cold and they don't go hit at the end I goes back to the whole thing about people don't people don't even know what the what the holidays about it's gotten to be that long sense MLK was on the planet earth no I mean it was what nineteen sixty eight so it's been a while yeah and what so we're gonna get the seems like there's a lot of other things on people's minds other than remembering Martin Luther king what he stood for what his ideals were barely anything about the man it's a day off for a lot of people and that's fine I mean everybody likes a day off once in awhile but we just did Christmas and new year's ends in pet well yeah hot I had a what was it ones that's of looking for so I decided to Tampa one of one we spread the wonder we spread these out a little bit more but anyway so we'll get to the MLK day in a moment but I want to start with the news of the day which is Virginia at the capitol in Richmond and I I'm gonna need some help from those of you in Virginia because I they have seen the story's neighbor building over the weekend about the fact that there were gonna be thousands of people gathering in Richmond Virginia and the fact that there is going to be some sort of of violence and that it could get out of control and a lot of hate there's one from actually does S. Richmond braces for hate Americans say race relations are getting worse I'll go wait a minute wait a minute what what do you mean were bracing for hate Americans say race relations again I thought this was about guns I thought it was that's what this was supposed to be about isn't it's a gun rights yeah is is is supposed to be if second amendment rally I thought this was all what it was supposed to be about but instead they're saying all no no no no no this is another Charlottesville this is going to be a problem and that federal authorities are on a word everybody in Virginia is on or so for those of you in Virginia tell me what's going on here here's the Associated Press version of the way they lay this out gun rights activists some making deliberate displays of their military style rifles began to descend on Virginia's capital city Monday to protest plans by the state's democratic leadership to pass gun control legislation several thousand activists mostly white and male many closed in camouflage and waving flags with messages of support for Donald Trump appeared hours before the eleven AM rally was set to begin so the governor there Mister black face Ralph Northam declared a temporary state of emergency I had of this rally banning all weapons everything all guns every weapon of any kind from the event on capitol square so the Associated Press goes on the expected arrival of thousands of gun rights activist along with members of militia groups and white supremacist raised fears of the state could once again see the type of violence that exploded in Charlottesville in two thousand seventeen so the Virginia state police the Virginia capital police Richmond police are planned a huge police presence with both uniformed and plain clothes police limited access to capital square to only one entrance they warn rally goers of they may have to wait hours to get past security screening are the sole public entrance was opened at seven thirty AM this morning that's from the Associated Press so I'm I'm looking around and I see so I'm streaming videos reminds me of that Portland of vents that went that what I was talking about six months ago where there is a bunch of and teeth wandering around I don't know who these people are I I I don't know I need I I'm looking at I'm going they seemed like just regular people walking around now did I see this one guy the dressed up he looked he looked just like a this is my problem with police today they don't wear police uniforms they wear camo and yeah there were that is it's it's weird that big bet best with all kinds of contraptions already so here's this guy looks like a police officer but he's not and he's got some sort of big scary looking gun and he's got the big a bullet proof vest we've got all the stuff that you know he's a wanna be copies one of these guys a look like he is pretending to be a police officer so I see a couple of those but mostly just looks like a bunch of people wandering around it's so I find it really ironic super ironic that there is this gun rights second amendment rally on the capital of Virginia because Virginia is that the last election they have for the first time in decades control the governorship and the legislature is all controlled by Democrats so the Democrats could not help themselves they were boil boil boil boy boy we're gonna past I'm out we don't like guns and so what we're gonna do we're gonna pass all kinds of restrictions on guns so the gun rights people are are very afraid that Virginia is going to run roughshod over there second amendment rights and they I mean they can sue or they can go through the course it takes time it takes money and finally you get to the Supreme Court but there's all kinds of cases going to the Supreme Court about guns and gun rights so I'm the gun brought the gun rights people are worried the anti gun people want this to take this opportunity the government of Virginia and get rid of guns in Virginia whatever you need to do so they're going back and forth with each other and so it seems odd to me that on this day that we should be stopping and thinking about Martin Luther king junior add in the fact that he was incredibly influential in civil rights I mean there's a lot of people that were involved with the sole rights movement back in the sixties but he was the I call on he was the leader he was the face of the civil rights movement and as a result he was the guy who came out and said nonviolent protest but he he was very much in of in favor of marching and gathering large at the larger the better crowds in order to push us civil rights movement get laws passed that were in to try to get some so rights for minorities so on this day were Martin Luther king used large protests larger the better people are freaking out about a large crowd protest in their constitutional rights and so governor blackface is he doesn't care about any of that and he's like he's like some of those old governors from back in the six fifties and sixties why you people can't come in here in protest no Sir you get out of here we're going to allow that we don't like your kind here so they're getting they're getting I made but it's to the point were I haven't heard of any violence I haven't seen any violence I don't know what the status is at three o'clock in the afternoon in Richmond maybe there is some but I find it rather ironic that on this day that we are yelling at the people who want to gather together to protester constitutional rights I just find it very very strange I see a photo of a group of law enforcement and if they are holding up a sign we support the second amendment with an American flag on it apparently it is the Virginia sheriffs showing up to join the Virginia gun rights rally I mean I wish them I support the one hundred percent I'm I'm very pro second amendment so it looks from what I can see that thought that the rally has officially concluded and they did not have any reports of violence or injury I don't know if if they everybody's gone home everybody's milling around it's only three o'clock in the afternoon so we'll see what happens is the best the crowds sometimes wonder they're they're just people wandering around the streets of Richmond they look like they don't know what to do phone number here you want to chime in on this Richmond protest on a day in which Martin Luther king is celebrated phone numbers eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred my question for you is how did this get into where they're worried about race and violence the radio talk show where the data wow thank you news ninety three point one K. 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Tom Selleck
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You're listening to Tom Selleck and this is the top sellers Dan Connery in for Tom today Tom gonna finish the year off with you tomorrow but I want to wish everybody a very very happy new year let's have a great twenty twenty it's going to be a home dinner it's going to be roller coaster but we're all ready for it and a it's it is some of the reporting that I've watched over the last two days and the some of the commentary on this there is this accepted anti semitism insisted except the eight I put it in plain English plane Jew hatred I taught my home support culturally supported in the home just because this guy from Harlem is a psycho any any drove up there he drove up there and if I don't hear the of the of the news bites earlier today we're still looking for a motive why he's eighty anti semite Jew hater cycle path well he might be mentally ill and he's been hospitalized if you talk I don't care I don't think it was mentally ill I think we all know that guns psycho when desert mental illness so and again no one is ever get a pass so why should get a pass I know that there are people who are on fit for trial that's certainly a different conversation and I agree with us with legitimate determinations I believe there are some people who are so smoked in the brain it's like get lost because during what yeah let's just put him and hope for the best but did you notice it and again I do this to myself and ten so I don't know why but let me take don first in California then I'll I'll address my media analysis and the cultural approach Hey Donna California happy new year my friend you're on the Tom Sullivan Show I'm Dan Connery thanks for your time go right ahead thank you Liane yes I'm going over how to ask you this question since I called and then you get a real good job because you really can break down stuff really well thanks I'm old man yeah I'm I'm a little because I can't do that you have time to answer that damn old man that let you solicitation all this art all kinds of stuff and I've heard this if you hate to all my life and which brings about all the nice data slavery and all that stuff but there was flavors of where you choose your lan order aren't you I mean why yeah yeah get it done by you I don't understand I really don't I'm sincere I really don't John all right you're a you're you say you're an old man let me ask you this question if you look at let's historically yeah you I promise we'll both for probably not around for the Holocaust but it's safe to say that Doug against to Hitler picked who's the there with easy mark there with easy prey of the Jews that I know personally growing up my talent they said listen don't make a big deal out of it we don't want to much attention this was in it and we all know is an anti semitic attack and but there there's just something culturally about them like don't make waves and it's time for them to make waves it's time for them to stand up and say listen you know you if you go to these public schools across the country speaking of his being coverage hatred for the president being encouraged and had culturally tolerated ever supporting this bring a star of David flag on to the college campus today then bring the nicest way see which ones applauded and see which want to spit upon that's the reality today it's been taught fomented bio certainly professors and the think tanks that they they they pretend to have this an academic analysis what it's it's the pure hatred you have I I got it I I yeah I wanna you know my first answer to that is it maybe I don't wanna know you should do a good job there damn it well I'm not I I I appreciate the call happy new year you have a great day pushing in time eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred you know the easy prey the easy mark that's what the bully goes after that's what the wanna be bully go the old of or the full tough guy my father raised me this was a moderate and this was a boxing champion the marine corps he raised me to realize you're a tough guy when you learn how to take a beating and for my money yeah every person of Jewish faith that I work with on the NYPD some of the toughest human beings ever met in my life I knew I was very very safe in their hands my garbage man grandfather who lifted up garbage for forty years and and he always had a phrase you made one tough Jewish guy let me tell you some yeah that's one guy you could take out about five to six people because they're nuts the guys like that the young never again really means something but again culturally my friends via Jewish faith don't want to make waves they don't want the attention because it culturally they feel that the government's going to turn on academia's going to turn on him and I'm gonna sell them out down the road guess what they're right hi he blew it build the Blasio the communist who for with the Sandinistas and then coached his son when he first became mayor he said I coach my son how to deal with NYPD officers by the way have you seen the latest tape one cop get sucker punched by a by a guy and they get into a a Donnybrook free for all and the of the lowered standard who's his royal court in cold partner the lowest standards as please Mr please Mr now this is what we're dealing with the lowered standard unsinkable behavior like that when I was on the street is a cop you could look your fellow cops in the face if you let something like that fly I go back to the water to salt slash attacks I go back to them no very bad that's not gonna be tolerated I was about firing a police officer will before putting a little a gym and hold on a morbidly obese Choquet who refuse to comply with a lawful order guy was loaded up with okay he gave himself a fatal heart attack all you had to do was turn around so you yes Sir that's how I was raised cop pulls up your your listing here on the corner and now you got to go now and I tell a very funny story about when I was a kid in Brooklyn where you you had group of wannabe tough guys we stood on the corner of no stood in the Avenue J. and the cow will pull up and just put his nightstick down say listen I want to take a ride around the block of your here and the night stick is is still here we can have a problem guess what we were gonna none nights and that night sticks stood right were was there's a there's no legitimate to worry a base fear the right word of of authority I think it is a good word I think of fear of authority is it is an excellent phrase when your mom and dad used to give you the quote unquote the look guess what you got cold hello what's called a free you got scared you actually yes it open yeah I crossed the line on that one I'm going to go away now one going to shut my mouth now now you got a cop sucker punched two days ago and his worthless so it into the bag of flesh next door no corn called his partner worthless worth whereas yeah yeah we we give we have to sit Merten look at each other everything's going great lowered standards with the right way to go Mike it's just incredible and and I hope you understand I hope you guys look at the New York City is a litmus test and the entire state of California as the litmus test of failure a government failure local us again when you have of the local authorities in California and the governor governor Newsome and you have a governor call me and made the Blasio when they start saying it's Washington it Washington's bad they're ruining I yeah okay time to wake up and and act like an adult this is the top selling show eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred I'm Dan Connery happy new year will be back right after this very quick break.

Tom Selleck Dan Connery
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You're listening to Tom Selleck I don't really you yeah I know you got a lot of problems with me to just does anybody ever we used to what in the make up department they would have a a festivus pole there poor break apart is that they they have they hear all the grievances all year long but I bought I've always thought it was funny that does any does anybody any body do do that it might be only we're doc in this whole audience does anybody put up a festivus pole I am I mean it's I know it's weird but I do think it's funny you know who has either a grievance with us or a gift that I'm not quite sure what is going to be but the Kim Jong un yes we're talking about rocket man back Christmas gifts for men the rocket man but he is he's going back to stop the no we promise a Christmas gift and don't know what this.

Tom Selleck Kim Jong
"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tom Selleck right along with you on the way to grandma's house on this day before thanksgiving weather mostly looks fairly decent out there most places in the country thank you to Steve spent three decades at Macy's so you know what you reminded me of talking about how they would hold people you know make a big deal for the morning after before Black Friday and one automobile companies kinda led the way because when I was a little kid they they used to not unveiled the next year's model cars it was always it some day in September and they would have in nineteen seventy they would have the nineteen seventy one Ford unveiled in September of nineteen seventy and they would cover the cars a you go to the show room to look around they were covered you couldn't see what kind of car was you could I you had no idea what the new design would be like and I got a huge crowds to show up for the unveiling of the new model car same merchandising idea where do what what were they thinking when they got rid of all that now they introduce cars the **** nilly whenever you have no idea that you don't even know have no idea means nothing right not enough yeah this to be a big deal to build the anticipation was the consumer that something really special is going to be there for you that Friday after thanksgiving yeah it'll whitewater is January white sales those have gone the way of the horse and carriage you know yeah but that was always the next big event but the full story I was going to tell you have to do with how many hours retailers are open in this whole thing of being open thanksgiving all kinds of crazy stuff right right this goes back to my first this goes back to my first decade of the twenty nine year old assistant store manager we've just opened a brand new Macy's and citrus heights California I think I'm over that yeah thanks and we had along with all our visiting dignitaries from New York etcetera I can tell of Australian department store executives who happened to be touring the country looking at how Eric and department stores run versus them now and I was fortunate to sit in on a meeting where these guys they couldn't understand why we were open on Sundays why we were open more than one night a week because their perspective was all our employees don't shouldn't have to work on Sundays and shouldn't health to work many nights and the customer's going to shop when we let them shot for for you know a whole different culture a whole different mindset never course we had a hard time understanding the errors but I got to say I was kind of it I was kind of almost ready to move to Australia at that point yeah well yeah but I I I wonder I presume that that every major retailer has bean counters that figure out what their costs are to stay open verses are sales and if the costs are higher than the sales and they just don't stay open but that that also was changed by the malls because the malls require you to sign a deal that you've got to stay open so that the customers will come to the mall regardless but you I mean you know you walk into the into stores and their empty you wonder why are they even they got people work in the cost of the money to stay open but yeah yeah I mean I know the Sunday thing where I was just a little tight that was a deal of I remember there were stores that were closed on Sundays that was that was a church line but we're not we're you know we're we're such a secular nation now the idea of closing on a Sunday I don't know well I I'm I'm I will guarantee you I'm not going shopping tomorrow I'm not going shopping on Friday because I don't like crowds I well I'm I'm going hiking on Friday I'm retired now and I I hike at least once a week and do a lot of things I loved Oriolidae I love dory.

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Davis’ block at buzzer ensures Lakers’ 99-97 win over Kings

CBS Sports Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Davis’ block at buzzer ensures Lakers’ 99-97 win over Kings

"Hornets over the pistons one oh nine one oh six **** Wonka three pointer at the buzzer Selleck stop the warriors one oh five one hundred Lakers over the kings ninety nine ninety seven lebron James with a couple of free throws with five and a half seconds to go the Nancy Davis blocks Harrison Barnes at the buzzer to preserve the win it was a magic over the spurs one eleven one oh nine Grizzlies one oh seven jazz one oh six in overtime the thunder over the Sixers one twenty seven one nineteen rockets one eleven Pacers one oh two

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Parliament gathers to consider crucial Brexit vote

Bloomberg Law

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Parliament gathers to consider crucial Brexit vote

"The UK government could pull the plug on today's crucial vote on Boris Johnsons break the deal Bloomberg Sebastian Selleck has the story from London parliament first Saturday sitting since nineteen eighty two could turn out to be a massive anti climax a U. K. official says the prime minister will not pushes brexit deal to a vote today if a rebel amendment to postpone its legal sign off is past the so called Letwin amendment would force Johnson to seek a brexit extension something he said time and time again he will not

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"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"One old one you're listening to Tom Selleck yes you are thanks Kevin by are you. yeah I'd like email from my email address by going to my website comes eleven dot com. Bob whitens me notes as Tom if we put an age limit on any member of on president then we should put an age limit any member of Congress Supreme Court cabinet members at least with the president and Congress they can be voted out but what about members of the court. what would be good for one you should be good for all Bob right there with you I I I I know the federal judges are appointed for life I get the reason behind it but I would think that there is. I'm I'm sure that there have been. Supreme Court justices who don't know what day it is. the don't even I mean there are shall we there have dementia or early onset of Alzheimer's or some other. problem that comes for some people with age. so. yeah I think there should be an upper limit. and I don't think Supreme Court justice who should be for life. Lynette sends be a tweet says age limit how about for Congress and for the Supreme Court how old is Ruth bitter Ginsburg she's eighty six. she seems to be of sound mind. what we don't know and there was recently been a couple of members of Congress that have retired and the word from the reporting staff in Washington is they literally did not know where they were. they they had no idea they had they had some form of. dementia or Alzheimer's and they did not know where they were. so they have retired but in the meantime they were there making laws. so it is a little spooky and I agree with your email Bob that yeah what about all those other people who are involved. they have a rule for airline pilots. you want the person up you know up front that that got your life in their hands used to be where you had to retire at age sixty. and correct me if I'm wrong pilots but I they changed the rule. because there are a lot of healthy sixty year olds out there and with a lot of experience. and the airlines kind of Fatah because they wanted to they didn't want to have to pay those high priced captains. big salaries of the one of the younger less sao read pilots to fly the plane so they but they finally wound up with a. you still can't be. yes sixty five now but you can't be over sixty. with other people over six has got to be somebody in the cockpit that is less than that sixty or less so they have a role for a reason. on why somebody flying your airplane. should not be above a certain age so maybe we should apply the same thing to our government. I. well as I'm still get emails about last. you're a little late Michael. well people are mad at me because of the fact that I basically called is called what it is. I'm sorry I live in the state to this very very very liberal I don't like what they what they say or do you see where Carson California. Carson California is. south of Los Angeles. and it's where the Goodyear blimp this is on the west coast is headquartered yeah you go down the I think is interstate five you go by you see the blimps it now they're on the. in Carson California in any case they have. a new resolution before the city council. where they're going to ban gun sales. and limit gun possession. so that's what you got and that's that's these are the people that are elected to be your leaders. and if you don't agree with their thoughts. gun sales and gun possession would not be allowed within a one mile radius of a school. ark church or daycare. making it impossible for anyone to live in the city limits of Carson California with a gun. the only exception would be having a gun inside your house but do not take it out well that's kind of New York City. can't have a gun here either the I mean you can but is it you got to know somebody is going to take you forever and a lot of money. so it's Loyola law professor. Jessica Levenson said it's not likely to hold up in court. the resolution is too broad. and that there is this thing called the second amendment that's there the right to bear arms or something spring court has said every individual has. but if the city says you can't have one in your city I don't know why New York says you can't do it nobody's taken New York the court. so it's I mean we can go down the whole road about. about politicians I I I guess I'm I'm angry I'm frustrated because the politicians have. in New York but also most more than anywhere else in California and I know you people. I don't know it was sent me a note said the you make it sound like yeah here is John Morris. you make leaving California sound so easy but it's not I'm sixty years old have invested my entire life here. actually that'll living funny working my age would be difficult not to mention I lose the meager retirement I've been struggling so hard to make my vote no longer counts out here and the rest of the country better wise up or they too will suffer the same fate. California conservative. yeah I I'm sorry I I'm I'm barking I'm barking at your I don't mean to be barking at you it's not your fault. I'm sure a lot of you did not vote for any of these clowns that are running your your government. but I look at it is. eventually the pendulum will swing. eventually the politicians that you disagree with will it will swing the other way it's always been a number of politicians that I disagreed with but there were a number that I agreed with so you go it all balances out sometimes the liberals are in charge sometimes it conservatives are in charge but it went back and forth there was balance. I think not having balance is going to make it is destructive to our to our democracy it just is because at some point I'm frustrated I don't even live there but I'm so frustrated here what is going on in California they got this homeless problem out there in the homeless problem. they have nobody else to blame but themselves they have not managed and I listen to these clowns that are your elected leaders and they are now there's a well well well well well well well we need somebody to come in here and help us well how would you like is to help you well you need to bring money. so that's the answer in the to listen to their their reasons for how they're going to fix the homeless problem they don't have a clue that they they don't know what they're doing they don't know that they don't know what they're doing. they all think what we need to invest more money in homeless shelters for more people if you talk to the homeless and by the way I saw this I don't know which cable channel was there doing the story about some lady who live in an R. V. with her two daughters and it's all all very sad that's not your normal warm was homeless people the homeless people are generally addicted to drugs or alcohol or severely mentally impaired mental illness. those are the ones that you see on the sidewalks. they don't want to live in your shelter you can build them the Taj Mahal and they will not move in. but the people that somehow are in charge of your government thank of your build buildings for them that they will move in and everything will be great. well once you build buildings for everybody that. I'd like a free house to. so I'm I'm upset about what's going on that's really why I'm so cranky we'll be right back it's like you.

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That bad? How the U.S. economy stacks up to past rate cut cycles

Bloomberg Best

04:49 min | 2 years ago

That bad? How the U.S. economy stacks up to past rate cut cycles

"Back to the table US trade negotiators are heading to Shanghai to resume trade talks three months after the last negotiations broke down and June there's no shortage of things to discuss according to Barclays the trade deficit ag exports tech issues and enforcement are all on the agenda Amy Selleck Albright Stonebridge group principal and head of China practice preview the talks with Bloomberg's Alix steel who has the upper hand since talks broke down in may that's a great question Alex I think both sides are trying to demonstrate that they've got a little more leverage than last time around but they do have the head winds of economic data coming out in Beijing and in Washington DC and that look at lower GDP rates in both countries China in the second quarter of this year has its lower lowest GDP rate in more than two decades and so I do think the US negotiators going into these talks continue to believe they have a little more leverage to get China to the negotiating table and actually get something done what they will find in in Shanghai where the two sides are going to meet this week is that the Chinese do not want to look weak and so they are going to push back against any kind of look of giving concessions to the U. S. side good will gestures of course I think are happening in advance of the talks on the US side the commerce department said that it would issue licenses for American companies to continue to sell to a qual way as long as they don't impede on national security concerns on the Chinese side of course they've said they're buying soybeans and they're going to allow their companies to buy additional AG products at lower tariff rates and that certainly meant to bring good will to the beginning of these talks starting tomorrow and Shannon hi Amy I'm glad you brought up sort of China and where they are in their economic cycles you come inside the Bloomberg I do want to point out on the twelve month change and they're China credit in polls of slowly turning positive but to the point that how much more credit well they actually used to stimulate the economy in any go look at both ways either one they haven't come glut of money and therefore they cabin or two they're not going to win that takes out some of their negotiating power what's the best way to investors look for it well I think that you're right it could go either way right now and I think the Chinese government is very concerned about the impact of over investment in the past on the Chinese economy this massive debt overhang that they're trying to reel in right now and so the Chinese government has said they are not going to spend their way out of the economic concerns right now they're going to be more conservative in that way and actually try to incentivize the private sector in a way to to continue to invest in the economy and the premier just last week again and said we're going to make it easier for private sector companies to operate in the China market that of course is talking about Chinese companies but also foreign investors too Amy when you take a look at where the U. S. has a hard line where the where should they keep a hardline in in particular looking present transfer of challenging the WTO and saying I'm not every kind of Connie there don't listed is developed should be developed where should they dig in their heels I think that the Chinese side is listening very closely to what US negotiators say this week president trump has not raise the specter again of those additional two hundred and fifty billion dollars in tariffs and so that in some ways is very positive for the Chinese side I think going into the election cycle here in the United States president trump doesn't want additional headwinds for the US economy and so that's a positive thing but where the the U. S. side is not going to lessen its focus is on long term structural issues that foreign investors including American companies face in the China market ambassador light Heiser has been incredibly consistent in saying we want to address these issues but this week in Shanghai certainly both sides are going to be talking about more purchases of American agriculture and then trying to find some way forward for a short term deal I think unfortunately this broad over archery over arching train deal that we first invasion looks less and less likely as both sides face pressure harden views in both capitals and so for the US negotiators I think they want to see the start of a process secretary minu chin said we don't think we're going to have a result in Shanghai this week but we look forward to welcoming the Chinese negotiators back to Washington so we can continue these Tom yeah hopefully have a short

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Tom Steyer talks voter turnout

Stephanie Miller

08:46 min | 2 years ago

Tom Steyer talks voter turnout

"I start an organization called next Gen Emerica yes it is the large registering young you need to vote dot com you did seem to rattle much organization in the country and one of the things we did in twenty eighteen was we pick thirty eight congressional district held by Republicans and we focused on people under thirty five yeah and we more than doubled the turnout from four years before that's the largest generation in America bigger than the baby boomers they were voting at half the rates of other Americans we said in order for Democrats to retake the house we need this generation to show up yep and so when I think about why we flipped all those seats and those were the seat you know that we chose the ones that we thought were flip a bowl but we're definitely in play the answer's turned out there the number of Democrats who turned out in twenty eighteen to twenty thirteen with two thirds more I know you're gonna be a Chris Hayes later today tune into MSNBC to see Tom joy Reid was just on our show this week she has a new book out and she said we have minority rule in this country she said because we don't vote and white evangelicals crawl over broken glass to vote and that that is one of the I mean that's one of many factors but she's right we what was the turn out Travis was for white evangelicals it's close to a hundred percent of them turn it turned out and that's why we sing for us to win there are many more joys exactly right there are many more of us we need to organize and show up and that's what I've been doing for ten years we've been organizing people to be registered to be engaging the issues and to show up and vote and we've done that you know we I think when we focus on the huge percentage of Americans who don't vote instead of the very small percentage of people can't decide if they like Mr trump yeah we get all those people and that's forty percent of America not the two percent of campus I think our sense of urgency I think I have we both have fascism early warning systems in our blood we found out it on our impeachment but bill road show spontaneously the both of our dads were Republicans and Nuremberg prosecutors and John Cooper tweets history teaches us that wimps don't be fascists appeasement doesn't beat faster stronger McConnell the twenty twenty election will not be free and fair in fact they're counting on that I'm if there is a conclusion to be drawn from Nuremberg it's this when you see something really wrong you fight it every day you don't show up every six weeks or every six months and register protest you fight it every single day every time it rains it's ugly on your chairmanship yesterday talking about what happened part of what I found so powerful about his testimony today was not just when he was asked about the law but when he was asked about the affects the morality the lack of patriotism of this conduct and perhaps one of most chilling moments I think our committee was when he expressed the fear that this become the new normal and of course I think what is animating that fear of the director would certainly and that's it animated for me is the fact even after the nightmare of the last two and a half years the president of the United States will still not forswear receiving foreign help again hi okay so now how do you what what okay first of all what we do how do we get times are on the debate stage next time let's get him into the debate look up there to rules which what's website what we do Tom Selleck dot com and we have a little time start your dot com and give me a box and we have a link to that at your website and at your Facebook and Twitter pacey I did the show me the money yeah right you to help me help you I need a hundred and thirty thousand donations okay and so I'm asking people to give me a Buck to get me on the stage so I can make the case for taking back our democracy and actually speaking up for the people let the people relook at I this you for how many times I've asked you for money one time just do it let's talk about what first what would you do what how do you what is your strategy for running against trump supporters from call he will weird al look I think you can tell who is certainly I think I'm the perfect person to take this guy on the good twin comes to the economy he's a fake and he's a failure and I have no problem yeah people don't seem to feel comfortable I spent thirty years studying economics through investment and through looking at countries no economic system works he is a disaster in competent person I just had a like not moment I'm gonna be your campaign manager okay there was no but you and this is how you run against them calling us socialism personal I'm like why don't we ask them what about their party's drift toward fascism but this and you are the perfect I would call you a compassionate capitalist look so we can say we are not socialist but we are but but you know you do so much you give so much of your money there is a difference there is the pure greed of Donald Trump who's never done anything for anybody but himself but when you think about this Stephanie see if this works for you this analogy that I use sometimes I say look the United States is like a car we have democracy and we have capitalism a marker see is how we're supposed to steer the car and decide where to go the people get to choose right we get to choose what the laws are we get to choose what the rules are but the thing that is the engine of the car is capitalism and so that it has to be able to run to make us move forward but it can't steer the car yeah when the engine starts telling the car where to go you get what we have now which is the people's interests are being served but we still need that engine to go by so I don't hate the engine I just know this it can't run the car we can't have cook we can't have drug companies telling us what the prices of drugs are going to be don't you love how much they hate when liberals are going to capitalism we made the wrong kind of billion dollars the funny thing here is Mr trump has a operating procedure that led him to bankrupt all these casinos makes huge promises yeah he borrows money leverages it is a frightening it goes bankrupt and he walks away yeah and that's we're in the middle of him trying to turn the United States of America into one of these failed it Lennix thanks yes he is with the trillion he's whatever right that's who we is he's a fake let's talk about the five rights which you called the right to an equal vote the right to clean air and clean water the right to learn the right to a living wage and the right to health that sounds a lot talked about it because it sounds pretty good plan to me one of the things that is true is we talk as if this country were a failure with the most successful country in the history of the world yeah we can afford to put ourselves in a place that is better than any people ever we do have to take on these corporations and get back our democracy but if we do that we can afford healthcare for everybody we can afford a quality public education from pre K. through college with ongoing skills training we can afford clean air and clean water and we can afford a living wage for every working American we can't afford that right now we have the money we have to take back the democracy to do it but I'm saying that is a baseline of security for every American we're in a position to create unimaginably great times for ourselves we do have to beat these corporations and we have to control the climate yeah we've got to stop talking like we are succeeding this is the most successful country ever let's give ourselves some credit beat the challenges we need and let's win and make and create when Americans have always created the country in the world Tom and I I I so appreciated and resonated with what you did during this last election what you talked about earlier is with next Gen and need to vote about getting younger people excited and motivated I've been saying on this show I mean I'm old as dirt and I I am so inspired by the a season the receipt to leaves in these fears young women that we got into Congress that obviously terrify trump and the Republicans but I you know what it's like a see she seems like a flash from the future to me like I I you know she knows how to connect with young people on social media she makes me believe that we can do big things again look what we've talked to hundreds of thousands of young people and ask them why they don't vote and they always say the same thing the system doesn't work no one tells the truth neither party addresses our needs it doesn't make any difference and I'm like oh no yeah that can't happen that's the end of democracy if people have that attitude we need to go out there and talk about what can happen if we tell the truth if we go out and retake the government what we can provide in a way that everybody's life will be materially different and materially better and we're in a position to do that right now we just have to

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"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Selleck let's step back into all the cable channels are on this press conference with the squad the four freshmen women Democrats let's listen in a Omar is talking right now can you take a live there no I'm gonna go ahead and take it get it live yeah yeah let's take a live here so the we can bring her up if you can't I can okay all right okay all right now when he sets made the comments I know that every single Muslim who has lived in this country and across the world has heard that comment and so I will not dignify it with an answer because I know that every single slam a full every single person who is hateful who is driven by an ideology of other ring as this president is rejoices in us responding to that and I was defending ourselves I do not expect every time there is a white supremacist who attacks or there is a a white man who kills in in the school or in a movie theater or and in a Moscow or in a synagogue I don't expect my white needy members to respond on whether they love that person or not and so I think it is beyond time it's beyond time to ask Muslims to condemn terrorists we are no longer going to allow dignify occasion of such ridiculous ridiculous statement.

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"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"selleck" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"As. A mortgage payment. Right. Got it. And it's very it's more common. If you imagine a scenario where consumer has spent their life they've paid off their house, they know mortgage their now in retirement, and all they're having coming in is let's say their social security income they've gotten this wealth tied up in the property. How do they get that out without giving themselves a monthly legation that they can no longer afford because they're not working, right? So the reverse mortgage originally concept started there, and it was going to give you dollars to then live your life. Right. And there's there's a couple of different ways for the more money to be paid to you could take a lump sum one time payment. Here's this bulk of cash, go live your life and dream on. You can set it up as a monthly distribution to you similar like pension would be it have a certain duration whether that lasted five years. Ten years depends on how much dollars you have. And how how much you want on a monthly basis? Right. And then the third option is as a line of credit, actually, okay? Where that you can tap that when you want it and leave it leave it alone. When you don't want it, right? But everytime. You tap that you're changing the principle balance? Yes of the mortgage, more or less. Yes. Actually, in essence, increasing increasing the principle balance. Is that right, right? Yeah. On the equity line version that is true and that works in the positive sense in so far as you are only paying interest on that loan based upon the amount. You borrow right? So if you haven't used your full line, you're not paying interest on the full amount as opposed you taking a lump sum getting all day one you're paying interest from day one on the full balance and again, pencil it out guys. I mean, make it work for you. If it's something you think is viable for yourself, or you know, somebody who should be considering it it is it is a legitimate product. It's valid. It's I I think I know the right circumstances. It's a good way to go. You can even purchase a home with a reverse reverse mortgage purchase. Absolutely. Can't be done. I would caution anybody to. To know that there are certain specific steps that you have to do with a reverse mortgage purchase the costs are shared differently between you and a seller and what's normal in our marketplace. So you've got to work with an expert on that. Yeah. It's a little bit different product. I think that's great. I'm glad we touched on this. Because I get quick question. A lot about reverse mortgages. I don't know a whole lot about him. I just I just know that when sometimes I see sold on TV. I don't like the way they're being sold. I just feel uncomfortable about it looks like he's been are so nice Tom Selleck, highly redeye easy magnum PI at a meeting saying Ferrari, come on. Right. I mean, you know, now, you gotta be good, right? If you know the worst part of it is some people are taking advantage of some people are put into it. And they shouldn't be into it. And that's something that we all want to avoid while we're talking about pencil and things out. I want to talk about this thing that came up with one of my clients earlier this week actually was one of my partners clients, they have a house currently listed, and there's a lot of sellers out there right now who are who are struggling with the current market. They're not they're not happy that it's not continuing to go up right now is really what goes down to. And it's not unusual, by the way. I mean sellers often, look if you're a seller you want as much you can get we all we understand that. But this particular seller said said to my partner said, hey, maybe if you if we can't sell it if we get this soda, you can't give me the price. I want maybe I'll just rent it out. Okay. And I would say, okay. And my answer that is okay. Let's do that. Let's pencil that out. Let's take a look, but make sure you pencil out a couple of things some people say, well, I'm gonna rent him for your I'll sell next year. Okay. Let's think about that. For a second. You rented out for a year. Remember tenants are not going to take care of that home. Like you did. Yes. That's first thing. So a year, you're painting and probably re carpeting. Yeah. Sure. I mean, just let's let's face it safe. And assume that that's going to be some maintenance there's going to be something just going to be some checks the right? When those tenants move out. Yes, don't think it does cost money to to manage a property throughout the process of managing it if you hire management company, even if you do it yourself, it does cost even if it's just in the course of time and to invest in the property, and then and when you're doing when you become a landlord, it's a it's a totally different thing than owning your own home. It's completely different. And so I would tell you to be pencil out the time and the money and the cost of your time for that money, unless you're hiring a property management company. Then you just figure out the cost is that STAN I'm just sitting here thinking like who is that consumer that says I'm going to hold it for one more year, and what you're going to hit the lottery in a year. Well, what they're thinking, isn't it the market's going to improve so much that they'll finally at their number, and I'm going to caution them against that to look the market doesn't move that much in any one year. And it did the last two years. Let's say let's say last few last two or three percent percent. Aw. Even twenty-five coming out of the crash. Yeah. So big game. A we're right back to three right now. We're exactly right. And so guys don't think the three percents going to make a difference and the cost of selling the cost of carrying how much I mean, when you when you rent it out how much money are you making gonna make three hundred dollars a month in positive cash flow by renting it out or are you going to break thirty six hundred dollars for the year. And that's exactly so just made thirty six hundred dollars. That's great. But now, did you really make that much more into sale price you still because the selling still still their values? Go up so much. I, you know, look, if you're going to always tell them there's a lot of downside risk as I'm looking at it as you what just what if any of the what if could make that a loser in delaying a year. Yeah. Let's let's say the hot water heater breaks and attendance not there. Now, you've got water everywhere. I don't know. I don't wanna be unkind. But the word to meet says greet because if you're talking about staying in the property or you own the property and rent it out that time horizon should be five years. There you go. That's exactly right to own it and keep it for five more years as a as a rental now there's upside for and you said exactly what I was about to say was if you're thinking about renting, that's fine. But don't think about anything less than five years. Think about getting now you just turn your home into a rental property, and you can't do a rental property for just one year just like any other time. Now, some other things to consider as a seller in this market. As opposed to rent out, our flipping it yourself, flip it yourself. Okay. Let's say it needs work, and you keep getting his feedback to the carpets this and the kitchen and the winds this instead of Santo and other investor spend the money yourself and get that profit yourself think about that as a as a flip it yourself. Just put that thought in your head as a seller. My agent keeps telling me these things are coming back with negative comments. Let's see if we can't improve them and then sell it. Now, you might be hard feminine invest that kind of money. I want all that money back. Well, hopefully, you get it. You may not get all of it. But at least you'll get some of it, and you get the job done selling when you when you want to sell your home you want to sell it and not just listed. Just gets old. Yeah. There's there's time involved every month every week cost you money as an owner time is money. Good way to wrap up that segment guys..

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"selleck" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"selleck" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"But you can't not go. I have always felt different about this. You've said you you would never go to the White House. If if Trump offered you you would say not this White House. I actually would go regardless of the occupant because I want I want to find out what happens next. I get an actual curiosity. I don't wanna get political. But I would go with the other forty four presidents. But see, I think there was a time when you probably wouldn't have gone with w now's compared to Trump w looks acceptable view. I mean, I I would have disagreed with a lot of what he did. But I found him to be a decent, man. Yeah. I would go just 'cause I I want to see what happens. All right. I'm going to Andy with a game. I mentioned earlier that I wrote my own rule about not being political almost everybody. I know watch game of thrones on Sunday night. So I have a list of some of the most watched TV episodes in television history. J put sixty seconds on the clock. This is like the birthday game. I'm gonna try and describe these you give me the name of the show. I cannot use any of the words in the show title, Greg. You keep score. All right. Let's see. How many we can get j clock starts on my first clue you ready Mace? Yup. Archie bunker on the family. Tom Selleck wearing Hawaiian shirts that Chandler Ross of Dr huxtable cliff huxtable Cosby show. Okay, buddy. Epson just throw Beverly hillbillies. Yeah. Salmon, Diane coach Woody. Okay. This is no more is a movie than a TV show. Richard Kimble chasing, the one art man fugitive a huge mini series than seventy Alex. Haley writing about black. Four zero seven seven military operation at the Korean war, mash, Spock, captain. Star Trek shemozzle shemozzle awesome pepper. All right. Patricia Heaton is married to a sports writer. Everybody loves Raymond. Kelsey grammar is a psychiatrist Seattle Tim Allen as of Mr. Fixit, Michael J, FOX as Alex Keaton in with us your favorite late night talk show host David Letterman, other one before him PR satellite. Johnny carson. You like Letterman morning Carson..

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Is the new 'Magnum P.I.' as good as Tom Selleck's old show?

Mandy Connell

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Is the new 'Magnum P.I.' as good as Tom Selleck's old show?

"Story right out of the chute the reboot of magnum PI starts tonight. And it starts without Tom Selleck. And as the self-appointed president of the Tom Selleck fan club for life. I feel like it is my duty to watch this travesty tonight with an open mind trying to have an open mind about this. The intrepid what happened at Tom. Well, he's seventy something years old and blue bloods CBS. So I guess they didn't think he was cool enough for because obviously they don't pay attention to who. Tom Selleck is because he's awesome. No matter. How old he is is I would I would totally watch. A Tom Selleck PI retirement home version one hundred percent to those Louis l'amour westerns to could you imagine? If they did it would be like a mash up of murder, she wrote and magnum PI he could be in the nursing home. And he could be

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TV actor Tom Selleck quits NRA board of directors

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

TV actor Tom Selleck quits NRA board of directors

"Tom Selleck resigning from the National Rifle association's board of directors. Nothing too. Controversial here, though, spokesman said the blue bloods, actor stepping down mostly because of a busy work schedule. He will still remain a member. Of the NRA Tom Selleck joined the NRA at age eight he's been on the board since two thousand and five. His spokesman said that Selleck has never been involved with NRA policy or particularly active on that

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TV actor Tom Selleck quits NRA board of directors

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

TV actor Tom Selleck quits NRA board of directors

"Tom Selleck not at a loss. He resigned his spot on the National Rifle association's board of directors. He stepped down due to his work schedule. So there that's what that was about. He's somebody might see on the tube of bunches in blue bloods. He's been a member of the NRA board since two thousand five and was reelected last year to another three year term those are numbers for you. And. They say that he was just a kind of a silent board member. He's never been active on the board or anything in RA engages on just a silent board member. But his schedule doesn't allow him to be a part of that any longer

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Tech firms should be made liable for 'fake news' on sites: UK lawmakers

The Takeaway

04:14 min | 3 years ago

Tech firms should be made liable for 'fake news' on sites: UK lawmakers

"Change at any moment but we are. Even seeing fire. Tornadoes I'm so it was very very extreme you could potentially see any kind of fire. Behavior out here it really is dependent on the weather and Anthony says hot and, windy conditions, today could Fuel more extreme fire behavior for NPR news I'm Sonia Hudson in, Shasta county British lawmakers are planning to announce tomorrow. Recommendation that the UK government increase oversight of social media like Facebook and other tech firms as Larry Miller reports from London a parliamentary committee wants the firms to be made liable for harmful and misleading material on their sites house of Commons committee report says. The unregulated social media, landscape is like the wild west hit claims Britain faces a democratic crisis with voters manipulated and targeted with, print issues views the committee investigated disinflation, and its impact on the referendum it. Also considered possible Russian interference, the report. Recommends social media regulation and a Levy on companies to finance. Digital literacy earlier this month Facebook was fine by the, UK's information Commissioner for providing you User data to Cambridge which was then. Used to influence voters, to support Brexit for, NPR, news I'm Larry. Miller in London the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul. Manafort begins Tuesday as NPR's Amy. Held reports special counsel Robert Muller has submitted a long list of potential witnesses Manafort has pleaded, not guilty to tax and Bank fraud charges related to income from, Ukrainian clients the charges largely predate the time Manafort worked on the Trump campaign but arose during Muller's. Investigation into Russian election interference of, the thirty five people on the potential witness list Rick, gates manafort's, former business, partner and Trump campaign aide, is expected to be a key. Witness gates was, indicted at, the same time as Manafort but. His pleaded guilty to charges related. To conspiracy to hide millions of dollars and to lie to investigators about it he's cooperating with prosecutors. Amy held NPR news Washington this is NPR this is w NYC in New York I'm Lance lucky Rudy Giuliani says the late New York City politician and powerbroker who convinced him to run, for mayor was his staunchest ally and greatest defender the former mayor was. Among the mourners guy Molinari's. Funeral mass today at Our Lady Queen, of peace Roman Catholic church on, Staten Island Molinari died on. Wednesday at the age of eighty nine the lifelong Staten. Island residents served as a state assemblyman and five term congressman in the nineteen eighties he was. Also borough president a Philippine court. Has granted a US government requests to extradite a Filipino doctor suspected by US authorities of being an Islamic state group sympathizer and plotting bombings. And shootings in New York City concert venues subway stations and Times Square the court ordered Russell. Lingerie Salik to be extradited to the US to, face the charges Selleck who's denied the charges can appeal the ruling solid allegedly sent about four hundred dollars from the. Philippines to an undercover, FBI agent posing as, an, Islamic extremist to. Help fund the Planned attacks according to court documents made public in New York The arena where the NBA's Brooklyn nets and the NHL New York Islanders play is. The latest venue to make plastic, straws thing of the past Brooklyn's Barclays center said this week it will switch to starless drink lids. Or, straws made from composed able alternative materials by next. Year Nassau Coliseum on Long Island will also drop plastic straws they're the latest partners in a movement to eliminate plastic straws because of harmful environmental impacts the city of Seattle along with Starbucks Mariot Hilton Hyatt. And American Airlines have, also announced plans to abandon plastic straws Barclay center and Nassau Coliseum estimate their. Straw bands will divert more than five million straws. From landfills each year WNYC support. For NPR comes from Babbel a, European, made, language learning program babbled teaches practical conversation in Spanish French German and other languages available in the app store. Or online at b. a. b. b. e. l. dot com.

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Indonesia ends search for ferry victims, Germany's migrant deal, and other news in pictures

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:27 min | 3 years ago

Indonesia ends search for ferry victims, Germany's migrant deal, and other news in pictures

"Today european shares and us futures rising following that mixed asian session all eyes were on the one today the euro strengthening is germany's coalition government dodged a crisis over my gration telecom companies leading an advance in the stock six hundred today futures on the s and p five hundred the dow the nasdaq all pointing to a firm open minor glencore heading for the biggest decline in two years something i'll come to hong kong stocks slumping as the city returned from a holiday em says pairing some of that declines as the people's bank of china governor eat gang said the country aimed to keep its currency at a stable and reasonable level that helped the u honore's earlier losses is developing nation currencies overall edge tie today turkey's lira plunging after inflation data dollar falling versus major payers treasury steady the swedish krona advancing as the country's central bank sticking to its plan to start lifting interest rates while the global trade spat between the world's biggest economies appears to be worsening investors will take some chair from that pbs pledged to keep the stable that'll city looking two minutes from the fed jobs data later in the week to provide a welcome distraction from protectionist risks off to the country celebrates its independence day stock where keeping an eye on today is glenn called the biggest percentage decline on the stock six hundred shares of sunk a massive twelve percent biggest drop since march two thousand and sixteen the big news coming out of glencore is essentially it's african troubles are escalating dramatically that's after us authorities demanded documents relating to possible corruption and money laundering the world's biggest commodity trader says it's been subpoenaed by the us department of justice to produce documents with respect to compliance with the foreign corrupt practices act and united states money laundering statutes they relate to the company's business in nigeria the democratic republic of congo and venezuela from two thousand seven to the present that's a bloomberg business flash here's markus karlsson with more on what's going on around the world mark twelve boys and their football coach trapped in a cave and thailand will need to learn to dive all wait months for flooding to recede before they can get out the group had been missing for nine days before they were found by divers late yesterday rescues are now battling rising water levels to bring more supplies to the group with tirtha saying that they may need food for at least the next four months the most senior roman catholic clerics will be to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been sentenced to twelve months detention australian archbishop philip wilson has been found guilty of failing to tell the police about the repeated abuse of to alter boys by a priest in the nineteen seventy s and disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein has been indicted on new sexual assault claims according to manhattan district attorney facing charges of sexually assaulting three women weinstein could be convicted of a minimum ten years in prison and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment his attorney benjamin bronfman has said weinstein will plead not guilty global news twenty four hours a day on naronha take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm chris carlson this is bloomberg markets thanks coming up next our colleagues in the us getting ready for bloomberg daybreak in new york let's check in with bob morning bob the people's bank of china pledges you want stability and china's currency stems losses we'll have the very latest chinese telecom carrier meantime is the latest target of the trump administration which is moving to block the state back company from entering the us telecommunications market citing national security concerns jealous subject we'll have the story from the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington shares of glencore plunge after a us subpoena over possible money laundering bloomberg sebastian selleck we'll have details in london societe generale requires the commodities and equity units of commerce bank we'll get the story from bloomberg's danny burger and we're set to talk live and our first half hour to kelham pickering berenberg senior economist he's doing my colleague karen moskow and me for bloomberg daybreak right here on bloomberg radio.

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CBS fall schedule: 'Murphy Brown,' 'Magnum P.I.' return to lineup

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

CBS fall schedule: 'Murphy Brown,' 'Magnum P.I.' return to lineup

"A man in the world of television guess what's what's old is new in all these shows over roseanne and will and grace and now magnum pi reboot now murphy brown now we we will murphy brown fan back in the day this burg and i watched it think gonna bring candice bergen are they going to be the star of murphy brown question that's a great question tom but you can't bring tom selleck back to be in magnum pi can you well bringing these shows back not going to be in a car is going to be an ambulance oh that premiered in nineteen eighty with celik it was fun magnum pi no now they're going to give the the role that magnum they're gonna give it to jay hernandez an american actor of mexican descent that'll apply thompson my friend robert roar coups a very good television reporter at the new york post he has written an article about this and he just he just thinks that there's a bankruptcy of imagination out on the part of nbc or a network executives that they're just recycling old stuff because they can't come up with anything we can't compete with net flicks and hulu an hbo the places that are doing really innovative and groundbreaking work the one that should bring back a seinfeld but i mean you know you're tapping into people's memories and will and grace has been a success in renewed roseanne is a big success so now they're gonna try with murphy brown when they tap into your memory they'll be bringing back car fifty four hopefully spanning the world i like to bring back to that hey this is my favorite story of the day alison kloss a teenager she couldn't find a date to her prom and pennsylvania so she she brought a cardboard cutout of danny devito as her dates dan it has a she has a tie draped around the cutout another one picture of hers he's got a boa draped around him actually she decided on danny because he's a cheap date cardboard cutouts of other celebrities declare alarm works cardboard cutout of daddy to veto for one hundred bucks on amazon so danny was a cheap date that's why.

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