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High-Velocity Market Propels Zillow
"Shares of zillow are up sixteen percent this morning. Sixteen percent on the back of what has been a really good year for zillow stock zillow and red fin which isn't exactly in the same business but it's definitely in the same neighborhood. They have had spectacular spectacular years. And i have to go back. And i hate doing this because i hate giving tom gardner credit. Tom gardner was so early on zillow as being a business. That is that that is well suited to how we're going to be shopping in the future. And they are spot on and you know. They came in with revenues of seven hundred. Eighty nine million dollars. A great geographic dispersion. They've obviously benefited from the in migration. They've obviously benefited from the fact that people are making have really gotten to the point now where they're moving out of cities your they're moving to places more out of desire rather than economic necessity but yeah in always are really really great quarter for them and i think that this is just the beginning for zillow. Certainly the indicated as much in terms of their guidance because their revenue guidance for twenty twenty one was definitely upbeat and that was hot. It was hot and you know the housing market. I mean rich barton was talking about what he referred to as the high velocity market and just one set of numbers around that this past december on average existing home sold in seventeen days and a year prior the average was forty two days da even though huckabee houses in our area getting sold well. And it's you know. I think that this is one more economic data point. That is grist for the mill for people who are banging the drum of the stock market. Being overheated yeah and you know obviously the housing market is not the stock market and vice versa. And yet i can understand particularly for people who are involved in it yeah. I'm sure you know at least a couple of people. We work with a couple of people who are in the process of trying to buy a home and some of the stories. I'm hearing are borderline crazy.
The most important 4-letter word in this economy: jobs
"Begin with the most important four letter word in this economy it is of course j o b s jobs about which we got the january report this morning so seventeen days into a new administration thirty six days into a new year three hundred and thirty five ish days into the pandemic economy counting as we are from mid march last year. This is where things stand. Yes we added forty nine thousand jobs last month and yes. The unemployment rate is down to six point three percent but we are still nearly ten million jobs underwater from where we started and also yes. I know that was a lot of numbers. But as i believe we've mentioned a time or two and as marketplace's mitchell hartman is about to remind us numbers can tell you. Think you're too but wearing economy stance. There are a lot of numbers in monthly jobs. Report it's kind of dizzying. So i asked each of the economists. I shoot the jobs data over with today to pick just one indicator that shows where the economy is eleven months into the pandemic one number that slams you between the eyes twelve and a half million. That's kurt long. Chief economist at the national association of federally insured credit unions. And he's referring to the total number of jobs where in the whole since the pandemic hit in the jobs report. That's ten million however if we had not been going through what we've been going through the past. Nearly twelve months the economy would have kept growing and long reckons. It would have added another two and a half million jobs. Jobs needed to keep up with population growth for new high school and college. Grads immigrants new parents returning to work and a half million jobs. That's an enormous deficit of course and at the pace we're going is just not nearly fast enough to eat into that and now the number. That slams elise gould at the economic policy institute between the is three point. Nine million jobs down. That's how many jobs we are still missing in the hard hit and often poorly paid leisure and hospitality sector people who don't have an adequate safety net because their wages have been low for so long. Now let's talk about unemployment. officially that's ten million americans who don't have job and are actively looking but mark hamrick banchory says that doesn't count a lot of people who are not working because of cova danger or childcare needs. We have another thirteen million. Who are either out of the labor force and want to work or who are underemployed. Working part time. I would like to have full time work at him up. He pegs the total unemployed at about twenty three million. That's about one in seven. Americans who had a job before the pandemic started
Ohio State shocks Clemson & Bama dominates Notre Dame
"And we're taping this about an hour after a pretty stunning performance by ohio state crushing clemson in the semi final game and so we both had two games. There were both blowouts but the second one didn't go the way anybody thought rights to yeah to blow outs. One felt like the game. You expected alabama notre dame. The other one. I never in a million years that i think it would play out that way. And maybe that's my bad. Maybe i should have more faith in the buckeyes though having only seen them six times having only seen them play A couple big games. Nobody could have seen that coming. Nobody could have six touchdowns from dustin fields in snaps dominant performance. I think the thing i most underestimated was just how much fuel they were playing with from the For at the very least from last year's game that they've been holding onto this for twelve months Davos ballot played a role. Who's to say but clearly it was one of those situations where a team just comes out on fire. I hesitate to go down this road With you. But i'm gonna go there. Look you know what justin field pretty fantastic for the first three games of the season against lesser competition. And then he had that three. Pick game against indiana. Who's a good team was probably the best team. They played all season and then they played in the big ten championship game. They played a really good defense at northwestern and he looked like he lost confidence. I i don't know that but he just there was no chris. Alaba ver- and trae sermon ran the ball. Like he'd never run before and looked great. And but the passing game was left a lot to be desired to the point where A lotta people were saying. Hey wilson's now the the number two pick quarterback guy in the draft behind trevor lawrence. Now you fast forward. After this. And i'm talking to different people in football circles. Who our coaches. And they're like i would just discussions going to be really interesting now. What the jaguars may have between trevor lawrence and just field so just like justin feels was phenomenal tonight especially after taking a big shot. In the ribs from james galaxy that ended up being targeting and scou- scott ejected from another playoff game. Just like he did last year against shoe. But i mean these were some deep shots that he was throwing down field. I just thought well how they look terrific on really on both sides of the ball. I think they looked better than they had on. Defense a- this year given the competition but the one eighty on justin field from where he was where people felt about him after the northwestern game. I mean am. I understanding that am i stating that. I mean you. See the same thing i'm seeing. A lot of people were panicking about him. After the northwestern game in will i would say with the three interceptions against indiana and then the way he looked against northwestern. But how much do you think is with a higher state for you know. Not only they not played as many games so they haven't had As much time to figure their team out like trae sermon wasn't even factor until the last game and now he's he's had two huge games back to back. But then got chris alavi back. He missed the title game I mean they've had dating back and keep track of which week it was when they had their covert outbreak but and they had to cancel a game. But i mean they've had guys obviously going in and out of The twenty one day quarantine. That is now what seventeen days Like the day was out at one point like they may just be a case of. They finally got their whole team together at once. And they actually didn't those there were without three starters You know harry. Miller is one of their better offense of lineman. There were without a couple of defensive. Lineman they were allowed master teague forgotten man. Because that's not fair to him. But the way trae sermon trish. All of a sudden turned into the same same version that we saw ezekiel. Oh here by. The ezekiel elliott. Who was not even like in all conference honorable mention or second team all conference to the big ten year. They win the title because he just went wild in the three postseason games. And and now we're seeing trae sermon. Do that transform. It looks like they got. Adrian peterson to transfer from oklahoma compared to like elevated his game to ridiculous proportions. The i will say this. I feel like of the two of us. And i'm not trying to pop on the back here I feel like of the two of us. I was a little more of a believer in having a little more believer in justin feels. Maybe than you were at least as a passer. And i think some of that honestly stems from hearing all the elite eleven guys. And seeing him there where they raved about him in ways to a degree that they said. He's probably the most talented player they've had come through their Or quarterback and he looked like that god and i mean. This was the had some great performances. Obviously the numbers. You put up last year and at times this year. But i mean on that stage. The one thing that jumped out at me and you are both at the national title game in that stadium. A year ago was when it was head to head because trevor lawrence look fantastic when he shredded alabama as a true freshman. And that's when the hype. I would say that's when all of a sudden everybody fell in love with trevor lawrence and he is gonna be the first pick in the draft and a couple of years from now and he's done nothing to undermine that he's been terrific off the field. He's been terrific on the field. But joe burrow really was like outshine them last year in that head to head and certainly You know with justin feels it today just kind of was it was an amazing
Home Buyer Tips For December
"A december first when we're talking about sales records. We're talking about what we sold. During the month of november previous year at this time period so During the month of november twenty nineteen we sold a total of three hundred fifty one houses. Compare that to six hundred thirty three this year so sales again once again our way up compared to twenty nineteen most expensive house this month. So for one point seven million in headingley and in fact during the month of november we sold ten houses at a million dollars or more. So let's go into in a little bit more detail again. December i twenty twenty last year. At this time we had fourteen hundred and twenty houses available this month. We have seven hundred fifty. Four virtually has many houses on the market as there was last year but sales are almost twice as much. So you can see. This is not a sustainable situation buyers far outpaced the listings. Seven hundred and fifty four is down a little bit from the previous month yet when we had nine hundred fifty five houses breaking it down across price ranges entry level houses under two hundred fifty thousand last year. We had four hundred ten district. We've got two hundred twenty seven eight range to fifty to five hundred thousand last year. We had nearly seven hundred on the market right now. We have three hundred six and luxury homes. Three hundred fifty one last year december first today. Two hundred twenty. One incidentally starting in january twenty twenty one. I'll be doing something a little different. I will be giving a separate luxury housing market report. That's all houses over. Five hundred thousand in manitoba got the luxury home marketing institute classifies anything over five hundred thousand as a luxury home. So i'll be delving a little deeper into the details in this price range. Okay now let's take a closer look at the sold numbers during the month of november entry level. Last year we sold one hundred five this year. Hundred and forty two mid range prowse's last year. During the month of november. We sold two hundred eight this year. Three hundred and fourteen and even luxury homes last year result. Thirty eight this month. The during november we sold seventy seven. That's basically twice as many as year. Same time so we can see that the number of available listings are about half and sales are about double. How do we put that on paper. Does it look in graph form. That's when we come up with a to called days of inventory. This basically explains it. There are no more listings. Come into market today at the current pace of sale. How long would it take us to sell everything. That's out there here. The lower the number the hotter the market entry level houses under two hundred fifty thousand last year. It would have taken us one hundred seventeen days to sell everything that's out there. This month is just forty. Eight days super hot. But it's even hotter in the mid range prices two hundred and fifty to five hundred thousand dollars. There was a house by the way last week. A twelve hundred foot bungalow in river heights listed at four hundred was four hundred thirty thousand sold for five hundred thousand dollars. This is a seventy year old house. It's been redone done up to the nines. Look really great but a half million dollar price tag so in that price range. Last year we had one hundred days of inventory this month. Twenty nine so in other words if nobody else listed their house in that price range going forward it wouldn't even take us a month to run out of everything that's out there and now luxury homes there too much hotter market than normal last year. Two hundred seventy seven days to sell everything. That's the level of inventory this month eighty six days. That's probably the hottest that i've seen it. Not price range now. the one step
Testing new release strategy, 'The Croods' opens to $14.2M
"A change there is encouraging news from the box office people maybe maybe not but an animated movie about cave dwellers has found a home at the box office during the pandemic it's the crude to new age and it has racked up one of the best opening weekend since the cove in nineteen crisis began the animated sequel took in fourteen point two million dollars over the five day thanksgiving holiday weekend the movie was released under a new strategy worked out between universal and to move the chains AMC and Cinemark that deal limits the amount of time that a movie can stay in theaters that window used to be ninety days what universal got the change to shorten that span two issue as seventeen days with the thanksgiving release in a short of fear only release window universal can now move the crude into the home rental arena in time for Christmas I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
The George Moscone and Harvey Milk Assassinations
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy the wilson in its november twenty seventh on a stay in nineteen seventy eight san francisco mayor. George mosconi and supervisor harvey milk were assassinated by former supervisor. Dan white white had resigned seventeen days earlier but he had tried to be reinstated as a member of the board of supervisors but while the mayor had initially said that he would be able to return to his job when he made this request. The mayor refused mayor. Mosconi had run on a platform of social progress and inclusion and while in office he hit appointed women and people of color and gay people to government positions white on the other hand had campaigned with the slogan of unites and fight and in one pamphlet he had said quote. I am not going to be forced out of san francisco by splinter groups of radicals social deviants incorrigibles. He had also voted against a gay rights. Ordinance in san francisco. The mayor had seen an opportunity to replace white with somebody who is more in line with his own goals. He had tried to pass a number of reforms before white's resignation and they had consistently failed by one vote so on the day of the murders mayor mosconi was planning to announce white's replacement but on the morning of the twenty seventh white entered the building through a window to bypass metal detectors. He entered moscow office and shot him four times. And then he went into the office of harvey milk in the supervisor's chamber down the hall and shot five times before leaving the building later on. He said that there were others. He had planned to kill it city hall as well. Acting mayor dianne feinstein. Who had been the person to discover harvey. Milk's body made this moment. Quote as president of the board of supervisors. It's my duty to make this announcement. Though th mayor mosconi and supervisor harvey milk have been shot and killed. The assembled crowd was stunned very vocal and once they were quieted she continued quote. The suspect is supervisor. Dan white whites defense when this came to trial was diminished capacity and that has come into common parlance as the twinkie defense. But that idea is really a myth. There were some mentions of junk foods in one psychiatrist testimony in this trial but it was really about being under huge amount of stress and prone to cycles of depression. So the testimony about junk food. Wasn't that dan white eight a bunch of twinkies and this caused him to commit murder. It was that the junk food based diet was a symptom of his struggling mental health. And that it also exacerbated the existing underlying problems. He was having the twinkie defense. Nickname was spread through news coverage. But doesn't actually describe how junk-food came up in the trial even though he had confessed to the crime and he had reloaded his gun. Before approaching harvey milk then white was found guilty of manslaughter rather than murder. He was sentenced to seven years eight months in prison and would ultimately serve a little more than five years. The verdict led to public outrage including what came to be known as the white knight riot and a candlelight march from san francisco's castro district to city hall california later abolished the diminished capacity. Defense in part because of its successful. Use in dan white's trial. He took his own life after getting out of prison. In nineteen eighty five and a lot of ways. The assassination of harvey milk has overshadowed that of mayor mosconi. Milk was one of the first openly. Gay elected officials in the united states and he was a known public figure and activist in san francisco. How or whether homophobia affected whites in the jury's verdict has been debated in the years since all of this happened and milk himself has become a lot more widely known in the context of the gay rights movement
Universal and Cinemark agree to shorten theatrical window
"A major movie studio has struck a deal with a movie changed to adjust how they schedule theater releases the studio behind the fast and furious in Jurassic world franchises has struck a deal with Cinemark to limit the amount of time a movie can stay in theaters before becoming available for rent or on demand the standard have been ninety days but the deal with universal and Cinemark can shrink that window of exclusivity to as little as seventeen days depending on how well the movie does at the box office this summer universal struck a similar deal with AMC the nation's largest theater chain it's part of a new way Hollywood is trying to do business amid the pandemic with movie theater audiences shrinking because of government restrictions and fears studios are trying to maximize their profits from means other than packing people into the multiplex I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
What crows teach us about death with Kaeli Swift
"Whether we want to or not human spend a great deal of time considering death. And it's possible we've been doing. So since shortly after Homo Sapiens, I began roaming the landscape. After all the first intentional human burial is thought to have occurred around one hundred thousand years ago. What might those early people have been thinking? As they took the time to dig into the earth deposit, the body and carefully covered up again. Were they trying to protect it from scavengers or stymie spread of disease? Were they trying to honor the deceased or did they just not want to have to look at a dead body? Without the advent of a time machine. We may never know for sure what those early people were thanking. But one thing we do know is that humans are far from alone in our attention towards the dead. Like people some animals including the corvettes, the family of birds that houses the crows. Ravens Magpies Jays also seemed to pay special attention to their dead. In fact, the rituals of corvettes made acted as the inspiration for own. After all, it was the raven that God sent down to teach Kane how to bury his slain brother able. But despite the clear recognition by early people that other animals attend to their dead, it's only fairly recently that science has really turned its attention towards this phenomenon. In fact, formal name for this field comparative Anthology. First introduced until twenty sixteen. In this growing field, we are beginning to appreciate what a rich place the natural world is with respect to how other animals interact with their dead, and it's in this growing body of knowledge at that time machine to our early ancestors might be possible. So what are we learning in this growing field? Well right now, we can split our understanding into two main groups. In the first, we have animals that display stereotyped predictable behaviors towards their dead and for whom much of what we understand about them comes from experimental studies. This group includes things like social insects, bees, ants, and termites, and for all of these animals colony hygiene is of critical importance and so as a result, these animals display rigorous undertaking behaviors in response to corpses. For example, they may physically remove carcasses from the colony they may consume them. They may even construct tombs. We see similar hygiene driven responses in some colony living mammals rats, for example, will reliably Berry cage mates that have been dead for forty eight hours. In our other group, we have animals that display more variable, perhaps more charismatic behaviors and for whom much of what we understand about them comes from anecdotes by scientists or other observers. This is the animals whose death behaviors I suspect might be more familiar to folks. It includes organisms like elephants which are well known for their attendance to their dead even in popular culture. In fact, they're even known to be attracted to the bones of their deceased. It also includes animals like primates which display a wide variety of behaviors around their dead from grooming them to. Prolonged attention towards them guarding them even the transportation of dead infants and that's actually behavior we've seen in the number of animals like the dolphins. For example, you may remember the story of Taleh, the ORCA in the resident J. pod in the puget sound who during the summer of two thousand eighteen carried her dead calf for an unprecedented seventeen days. Now a story like that is both heartbreaking and fascinating, but it offers far more questions than it does answers for example, why did Kerry her calf for such a long period of time. who she just that stricken with grief. Wishy more confused by her unresponsive infant. Or is this behavior just less rare in orcas than we currently understand it to be
No escaping from Wales: UK police to enforce travel ban
"A police force in England says it will try to stop people from leaving Wales which has started a seventeen day locked on to slow a surging rate of coronavirus infections the cost of your police force will patrol routes from Wales and pull over drivers they believe are making long journeys travelers without a good excuse we'll be off to turn around the department says if they don't comply offices will inform their Welsh counterparts so they can take action because clusters of please don't have the authority to find people traveling from Wales this situation illustrates the patchwork of coronavirus restrictions imposed by authorities throughout the UK which is Europe's deadliest coronavirus numbers there is shockingly non them
Los Angeles Dodgers Scratch Clayton Kershaw From Game 2 Because Of Back Spasms
"Well, Los Angeles, dodger fans of feeling you as they is Is One particular victor with a brick says here in this town fueling you. Clayton kershaw feeling is back back spasms he has been scratched. From tonight's and s game to start Tony Gunson who you looked it up Chris he has not pitched in seventeen calendar days last pitch September twenty, six, th emergency. Emergency Starter. So or opener I don't know tonight for the dodgers were going to have to play it bygone tonight, and so he's either rusty. or well rested on seventeen days rest. Wow. How do you WANNA look at it? So. There's that.
California firefighter watches new home burn down
"A cal fire captain loses his own family home to the wildfires seventeen days after moving in leave the Dryden was out battling the creek fire when he was told he had to evacuate his own home by the time he got there it was too late you just sat there and watched it burn the fifteen year veteran firefighter thought the home he just moved into with his wife and three kids was secure it's hard to build and watch your own home burn let alone other people's homes burn in their possessions but it really hits home when it's your own house stride in hopes to rebuild his parents home and a family cabin were also destroyed by wildfires I'm Julie Walker
Google AI Tries to Save the Whales
"Washington state and southern Vancouver Island are home to a distinct population of killer whales called the southern resident orcas. Black. On top with contrasting white I and saddle patches each has its own distinctive markings. From may through October tourists flock to this region to see the southern residents revered for their social nature and strong family ties offspring remain with their mothers for all of their adult lives. But, lately, those lives are being cut short. cavs are dying before they're born or shortly afterwards. The plight of one mother Orca and her calf captured global media attention a few summers ago. Marine biologists are keeping a close eye on an endangered Orca off the waters around the southern Gulf islands. Named Talla J. Thirty five to researchers her calf lived only about thirty minutes but instead of letting it fall to the ocean floor Tala carried the dead calf pushing it around with her nose for an unprecedented amount of time and hundreds of miles researchers say the whales are known to grieve, but never for this many days Orca known as j thirty five is still carrying her baby seventeen days. Later, the mother is going through a deep grieving process, but since then the mother has been getting weaker and weaker as choice to carry, it's dead offspring above the water assigned, she may be experiencing difficult and complex emotions not so unlike our own. Scientists believe calf died of starvation. The incident was well documented by researchers like Paul Cotterell with the Department of fisheries and Oceans Canada. I was out for the whole two weeks and it was very very emotional to see. Just, that bond and hell mum was just so they're reluctant to to let go of the calf. Cattrall knows these whales well, he and other researchers have been closely documenting all three southern resident family pods known as J K and L. The DFO for twenty, three years these animals are photographed in did. All of them every year. So we know. All the animals and we also know. When calves are born and went animals die. So this population is a very well studied in very well understood. Researchers know that the ORCA food supply Chinook salmon is becoming smaller in size and there are fewer salmon being born mostly because of overfishing. And the wheels are having more trouble finding the salmon that is still around because of a dramatic increase in ship traffic in this area. Perhaps, the biggest challenge, these marine mammals face. From The Wall Street? Journal. This is the future of everything. I'm Janet. Baben today on the podcast. We head to the Pacific northwest to understand the obstacles that confront these endangered orcas and how researchers are using artificial intelligence to help orcas and humans to coexist. WHAT HAPPENED TO J thirty five or Tala wasn't an anomaly the southern resident cavs have been struggling to survive for some time they've been listed as endangered in both the US and Canada since the mid arts. But their numbers continue to fall in two, thousand five there were eight. Now there are just seventy two in the wild one lives in captivity. Their home waters in the sailor, see an elaborate network of channels that span the coasts of Seattle Vancouver from Olympia Washington in the south to the middle of Vancouver Island British Columbia in the north. The see encompasses puget sound the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan De. FUCA. Much of it is rich in natural beauty and teeming with wildlife with rural shorelines backlit by tall evergreens and craggy. Hills. It's a magnet for nature lovers who crave inactive lifestyle, but the Pacific northwest has been getting crowded these paths few decades with people competing for space with the local wildlife as of two thousand twenty. Washington's population was nearly eight million and Vancouver's topped out at about two and a half million and is projected to grow. It's become a busy place.
Are Movie Theaters Screwed?
"I'm Sean. Fantasy and Amanda Events, and this is the big picture. A conversation show about movies. There is a lot of news about movies in the world right now, but not so many movies, it is officially August which means three things one, it is hot as hell outside. To its Amandus, birthday happy, birthday Amanda. Thank you shot three a very bad time for movies and this year. Of course, it's unusually bad. Thanks to covid nineteen. So man, we have a lot to talk about today's episode a lot about the state of the movie business and more specifically about where you didn't spend your birthday, which is in a movie theater. Because movie theaters are not open and it's sort of feels like movie theaters are screwed. We're going to talk a little bit about some of the decisions that Mc made last week and the ramifications of that, and maybe some of the financial decisions that AMC made earlier today, and what that means for the future of movies. It's a very complicated time. Can you help us understand just a little bit of what transpired last week between? AMC and Universal Studios. Yes. So we got the ultimate resolution of the great trolls world tour fight of twenty twenty, which is that after much public negotiating and wild statements made on both sides, AMC theaters and universal came to an agreement and universal movies. Now will be shown in AMC theaters with a new theatrical window of seventeen days, which is notably shorter than the previous window that most that all studios and movies operated under in the United States. That window used to be in the neighborhood of between two and three months, and that meant films has a plan theaters for nearly a quarter of the year and sometimes more than that before you could find them at home and that's changing I sort of I. You know it's clearly changing for the purposes of universal movies. No other studio has come to this agreement and universal. Universal has only come to this agreement with one theater chain. Am See. So this is not a cataclysmic event, but it certainly seems presidential. It certainly seems as if it's something that is going to send shockwaves throughout the industry for the future. You know. Obviously, we spent so much time on this show talking about the slow atrophying of the theatrical experience. This feels as significant. A story has happened in that respect I was just doing some doing some Napkin math last night about box office receipts, and so over the past ten years, the annual domestic box office has averaged about eleven eleven, billion dollars in the United, states, and right now, it sits at about one point, eight, billion dollars with just about two plus months of true box office. So. These are really desperate times for movie theaters and so am see I. I'm trying to understand what specifically is motivating AMC's whiplash decision making because as you said, Adam Erin who is the CEO of AMC had some very strong words for universal's decision about trolls world tour about four or five months ago, and now they've made nice and in fact it it sort of feels like AMC took a hit here in this negotiation, what do you think is animating their their decision making deep financial desperation just this absolute total. What else can we do to keep the lights on? which I am not a do not have an MBA. Okay, and I'm not an economist, but there has a lot has been written. You know in deadline and in the Wall Street, Journal and the trades about the extremely precarious financial situation of AMC in particular, and obviously all of this is heightened by the fact that movie theaters have not been open for months now and they don't have a business model because of covid nineteen but I think you know covid nineteen has really exacerbated. What was. A A tricky situation for all movie theaters. But especially, it seems AMC just because of how it's business it structured and you mentioned today there assume news about AMC's restructuring in order to. Reallocate some of its debt, but it just all seems under the guise of we have to keep the lights on because we do not have cash on hand and movie theaters aren't open and we don't know when they're going to be able to be open most places, and if we don't have cash coming in, then our business no longer exists. So AMC it even it seems within the realm of the theater chains who are all obviously impacted by covid nineteen seems to be really motivated to figure out any income stream that it can right
Are Movie Theaters Screwed?
"I'm Sean. Fantasy and Amanda Events, and this is the big picture. A conversation show about movies. There is a lot of news about movies in the world right now, but not so many movies, it is officially August which means three things one, it is hot as hell outside. To its Amandus, birthday happy, birthday Amanda. Thank you shot three a very bad time for movies and this year. Of course, it's unusually bad. Thanks to covid nineteen. So man, we have a lot to talk about today's episode a lot about the state of the movie business and more specifically about where you didn't spend your birthday, which is in a movie theater. Because movie theaters are not open and it's sort of feels like movie theaters are screwed. We're going to talk a little bit about some of the decisions that Mc made last week and the ramifications of that, and maybe some of the financial decisions that AMC made earlier today, and what that means for the future of movies. It's a very complicated time. Can you help us understand just a little bit of what transpired last week between? AMC and Universal Studios. Yes. So we got the ultimate resolution of the great trolls world tour fight of twenty twenty, which is that after much public negotiating and wild statements made on both sides, AMC theaters and universal came to an agreement and universal movies. Now will be shown in AMC theaters with a new theatrical window of seventeen days, which is notably shorter than the previous window that most that all studios and movies operated under in the United States. That window used to be in the neighborhood of between two and three months, and that meant films has a plan theaters for nearly a quarter of the year and sometimes more than that before you could find them at home and that's changing I sort of I. You know it's clearly changing for the purposes of universal movies. No other studio has come to this agreement and universal. Universal has only come to this agreement with one theater chain. Am See. So this is not a cataclysmic event, but it certainly seems presidential. It certainly seems as if it's something that is going to send shockwaves throughout the industry for the future. You know. Obviously, we spent so much time on this show talking about the slow atrophying of the theatrical experience. This feels as significant. A story has happened in that respect I was just doing some doing some Napkin math last night about box office receipts, and so over the past ten years, the annual domestic box office has averaged about eleven eleven, billion dollars in the United, states, and right now, it sits at about one point, eight, billion dollars with just about two plus months of true box office. So. These are really desperate times for movie theaters and so am see I. I'm trying to understand what specifically is motivating AMC's whiplash decision making because as you said, Adam Erin who is the CEO of AMC had some very strong words for universal's decision about trolls world tour about four or five months ago, and now they've made nice and in fact it it sort of feels like AMC took a hit here in this negotiation, what do you think is animating their their decision making deep financial desperation just this absolute total. What else can we do to keep the lights on? which I am not a do not have an MBA. Okay, and I'm not an economist, but there has a lot has been written. You know in deadline and in the Wall Street, Journal and the trades about the extremely precarious financial situation of AMC in particular, and obviously all of this is heightened by the fact that movie theaters have not been open for months now and they don't have a business model because of covid nineteen but I think you know covid nineteen has really exacerbated. What was. A A tricky situation for all movie theaters. But especially, it seems AMC just because of how it's business it structured and you mentioned today there assume news about AMC's restructuring in order to. Reallocate some of its debt, but it just all seems under the guise of we have to keep the lights on because we do not have cash on hand and movie theaters aren't open and we don't know when they're going to be able to be open most places, and if we don't have cash coming in, then our business no longer exists. So AMC it even it seems within the realm of the theater chains who are all obviously impacted by covid nineteen seems to be really motivated to figure out any income stream that it can right now. That's. That's at least my reading I. Don't know what you think. No I. think that's exactly right and I think it's notable that in this deal with universal in addition to clearing new cash flow from that debt restructuring the you mentioned there, the AMC is going to get money from universal when it takes its films to peavy od after that seventeen day window, and that's that's a highly unusual arrangement for streaming revenue to filter back into a theatrical a theatrical. I don't what, what would you call it? A tithing basket I'm not sure what does that. What does that represent to Hansie's business I? Don't I'm not sure I understand
AMCs deal with NBCUniversal could bring new movies to viewers homes in 17 days
"AMC which is a big theater chain in big trouble because of the pandemic was in trouble before now it's much worse trouble. made a deal with universal studios and the deal breaks the window that all the movie owners have been trying to preserve because they feel as essential to their business I mean, the previous window was ninety days in this deal. which is so striking seventeen days. The universal has the option to take these movies and put them on premium video-on-demand like they did with trolls, trolls movie recently like they did with Staten Island, the Judd appetizer movie, and they have to charge you a minimum of twenty bucks but seventeen days is so much shorter than anybody had ever imagined. I think other theatre owners are just like sort of stunned by the steel and another theater chain owner. The CEO said, we do not see any business sense in this model. So let's break this down and figure why they did this. I, mean first of all, the theater chains are extremely challenge right now they have no product they have nothing to do and I. Think this is a catalyst for what a lot of people have said was going to eventually. Happen is that the theater chains we're going to have to succumb on this windows issue and get the movie studios to essentially cut them in on a portion of revenue for premium vod. So that means if universal has a movie after seventeen days, three weekends, they can put that movie on vod charge a premium for it, and they will have to cut in the movie theater chains on this. So essentially, they're sacrificing this window exclusivity for a piece of what? They see as a growing potentially transformative market. Yes. As You well know Matt the danger here I mean with the big movie with one of the fast and furious movies that costs a fortune and needs to grow fortune. They will never get there even if they charge you a lot of money for that premium video on demand thing they the calculation is they can't get there and they would leave those movies in theaters longer but if there are certain movies. That they put in. So quickly after seventeen days are we not training the public to say, I. Don't need to go to the movie theater just wait. Yeah and the question is was that happening already or is this going to be the spark that Burns down the theatrical movie business and I and I think there's room for debate there because we see the trends we see in the movie business are that people show up in mass amounts for the a-list. E ticket ride movies like avengers and fast and furious but increasingly, the middle ground of movies and below that are not alluring people in theaters and we've seen example after example of this at the same time as streaming services are going nuts on their film offerings. So is AMC getting out ahead of this and saying we got to throw in the towel and least we will get a cut of this I mean think about what happened in the music business the music business was essentially destroyed by streaming and then slowly but. Surely. It was brought back by streaming because the consumer was trained to pay the services got great and now the music business is doing great because of streaming and I think ultimately that's likely going to happen here in the movie business and AMC is getting a piece of this and negotiating to be part of that future rather than continuing to hang on to the past model. Yeah. I mean I think there are a couple of really big questions. Can you have movie theaters when they're on a steady diet of gigantic movies? There's that sustain them that can keep them in business and the other big question is it really can AMC survive long enough to see the whatever fruits this deal might yield because. Is Teetering on a precipice. That's why they did this deal by the way. NBC. announced. Results they're they're getting hurt badly too but. AMC This is a lifeline they hope and We'll see whether AMC lives long enough to try this and if it really does. Kill. Movie theaters were one early indicator that is not dispositive here is that the stock went up when this deal was announced AMC. So clearly, investors are seeing down the line and saying, Hey, you know what we may be on something here.
Orca who carried her dead calf for 1,000 miles is pregnant
"Pregnancies are good news for the southern resident killer whales and right now, it looks like there are three whales including j thirty five who could give birth. But there's a long way to go today. We're GONNA talk about the lives of these orcas and our complicated relationship with them here to do that with us is Linda makes she's the environment reporter at the Seattle Times Linda. Thanks for joining us. Thank you, Trish. So give us a quick recap on J. Thirty five for people who weren't here maybe when her calf died. So J thirty five or Takuma really is the ORCA whale who changed the conversation about this very small population of whales and very sadly trish as I talked to today that population is even smaller than it was two years ago when she gave birth to a female calf and it live for only one half hour, and then she did something that scientists know these animals do as well as other, very, highly intelligent. Socially, bonded animals they grieve and she just refused to let that baby go. Now, this calf is probably six feet. Long weighs about three hundred pounds, and for seventeen days, she just refused to let it go and she had to decide to retire. She went down for breath to pick it up once again and carry it some more, and it really did touch the hearts. People around the world and even though these southern resident orcas have been listed as dangerous since two thousand and five. Suddenly people really did understand for the first time, just how fragile they are, and the fact that these aren't just random black and white wildlife. These are families with very, very close bonds. And why do you think that we feel so attached to these orca because I grew up in the Eighties and Wales were such a big deal. You know every girl had little whale necklace and why do we feel so attached I'm gonNA, make a sound for you inherit comes. That is sound of a whale breathing. They are mammals like us, and that's sound when you hear it, it's like a sound from the beginning of the world. It's It's a magnificent presence to be with these whales and you and you understand as you observe their family bond says, you see the way they take care of one another. You know they're so superior to people they. They have brilliant diplomacy. They share space in the ocean without ever warring or committing any acts of aggression against one another. They've families together for life. It's really quite remarkable and they've been around don't forget this for six million years as a species. So these are in every way our elders and mentors for how to run a successful society and don't forget this. They were doing just fine until we showed up. How do we raise up the cause of the ORCA of the environment here without doing the thing that we tend to do a lot of as humans, which is just the help that hurts, how do we walk that line? Actually, this is easier than ever I mean, let's remember how we got to know these southern resident whales. Well, it was the capture era which by the way was not that long ago. Free, willy. Oh. Yeah. Anybody could go out and catch themselves a killer whale for an aquarium or for that matter, sell it for profit anouar in the world until as recently as are you ready Nineteen, seventy six. So wow, that's really recent. Recent and the only while who've had survived that time is still alive and she's still at the Miami Seaquarium and the fiftieth anniversary of her capture and Penn cove is on August seventh. Wow. This is recent time and ironically it was through seeing these so-called killer whales up close in captivity and realizing their incredible intelligence and they're gentle personalities that people went through a whole change in their understanding about these animals and today they're not only revered but protected and I said it's easier than ever to love these animals without loving them to death God look at what you can watch the documentary footage that's out there to enjoy these animals is so much. Better than anything that has ever been available. The amount of knowledge we have about them is superb growing by the day and you know you can watch them from shore. The idea that you need to spend the money by the way and get on a boat. Go after them. You know that's not the only way to enjoy these whales and I think that it's important to. Show some restraint and also some respect for their space. So. J thirty five is pregnant. Again, this is a good sign but two thirds of pregnancies in this population are lost. I learned this lesson with birds in my backyard last year in a nest so. This is not the time for a baby shower. We have a long way to go here. That's so well said. I would think about it. This way this time to hold space for these oils to hold them in your mind and think about what you can do to help whether it's something that might feel small but adds up such as be involved in local land use decisions in your community. That's where all this getting decided about how much of the puget sound lowlands we retain and how much we pay of over. You know these tedious things that we don't think matter like Oh, the king, county flood control district. Well, you know what they're up to. They're thinking about the future of the Green. River. which is upstream from the Duwamish, the green flows into the duwamish Seattle's only river. It's very important Salmon River for the whales and so things like paying attention to what's the local flood district doing what is going on in my local community? By Way of development? All of these things make a difference especially if all of us do. and. Read learn about these animals become informed. Educate Yourself. You know there are lots of ways to get involved and stay involved and play heart in whether. Tele. Calf actually. Does get born and does survive. To me, that's our work song as a region. May Her next calf with? So J thirty five. How will scientists track her pregnancy? Will very remotely fortunately. The scientists who do this work are John, Durbin? And Holly Fehrenbach, and they're they're a team of scientists who came up with a new method. using drones to photograph these Wales from at least one hundred, few of them and remote Louis activated. So they're far from the whales. So nowhere near them, the whales don't seem to show any notice of these drums when they're flying. And they take suspect hack your pictures, and there's something about the angle from above That's very different from a boat. You can see not only the shape of the whales. You can watch their behavior, their families. I. Make It takes your breath away and it is an entirely new view of the lives of these Wales and when it comes to keep track of j thirty five and the other pregnant whales. They're going to do is take another peek in September. DID THEY FATTEN UP? Did they pump up or are they going into winter in good shape? Are they look stressed or are they looking skinny? Most importantly with regard to her? Is She nice fat around? They'd like to see her a lot rounder in September than she is now for early in her pregnancy, these whales carry their babies, believe it or not for eighteen eighteen months Linda I read that and I thought. Oh. My Gosh Holy. Mackerel A. And actually then the real work starts because they've got to feed not only themselves, but they've got a lactate and that's a very, very high fat milk. So she's got her work cut out for her so they'll immature September and we will all cross our fingers that she's even bigger. And then you know she's either. Going to be carrying another kappa which time. I, don't know what I'll do. Or, we'll see her romping with a baby. You know We'll see what happens next I. do think that we ought to kind of hold our breath. A little bit chances are are high that things won't go well, but it doesn't mean that she couldn't surprise us and we might have some more good news. Let's remember there have been two berths to southern residents and let's remember Linda are bar for hope, is pretty low. Sleep. Vote through. Isn't it for the? Thought, I'd get a good peach these days and I'm just thrilled. Good Peach. Tomato. I'm good.
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"But my father was a director. My mom used to be an old flatbed. Steinbeck in light, so it was kind of born into the film. Industry I guess files most. is she kind of absorb that a little bit? What was considered myself really lucky in the sense that I feel like I've had the clarity of water. was that a one or two from relatively early? I, H. I've always been really grateful for that so long story short. Yes, it's it's pretty much always being the goal sounds like from the beginning. You kinda knew exactly what it was going to be and what you're signing up for I think a lot of people. They don't realize what the film industry is, and then they get close to it and they're like. Oh, this is like way different than I thought it'd be making movies versus watching movies. That wasn't the case wasn't in the brochure. That does happen a bit. I do honestly I think I'm very lucky for being able to to start early on I. Think as well. And being up to live lane because it's, it's tough. Talk Real catch twenty two particularly when you start shooting because he used the work to get the to get the work, but you need to work to get the show on the first place ahead. He go by doing that so. So that's always a bit of a challenge for. fully what Meka's did you start in film school? Then we're the progression start for you. In terms of I left. I was like back in the video type days, I was a videotape assistant from about on. I did not attain something like that. As soon as let's go away to university. And then dropped out because I was doing crab movies, which essentially Super Super Low budget films. I would credit cards run. Max Out Credit Card. With. Mortgage their houses on some of the project. The hell that they put their relationships through with diabolical. Was Lucky enough to. To be able to be part of that and really cut my tastes on. Sixteen seventeen days nothing for weeks on end in you know hundred tend to great in the heart of summer in rural strata. Working as as standby props, person, not knowing what that is that kind of stuff so talking about? Roll onset dislike helping out in any capacity that you can whatsoever hundred percent just whatever would get me on the door and would. Give me an opportunity to say what each department didn't ask questions and watch how they speak to Catherine or you know. San Recorders was picture director Encarta. Mix All that often and help that to form your own opinion of what it is that you think you want to do and how best to go about doing it. Because, we hear I. Think a lot of the questions that we get on the show from a lot of aspiring VP's or people that are teeth, and they want to shoot the bigger work right, and we often hear the story about like you gotta cut your teeth and get onto a set. However you can write, and oftentimes means like you know working in not the best conditions like sacrificing pay and things like that is not really the only way that you see is like to be able to do this kind of worker to be able to level up and be able to do larger work. I think that there's a lot more an our speaking like a veteran I think there's a lot more avenues for getting access to the film. Industry they used is than it was quote unquote when I started to hear. It. Veteran and some degree. It's A. There was I. Mean I think. The most accessible ever being this particular time you know you don't need. Very much money will very much equipment to make something you'll sell. Literally everybody's device has a camera these days with the ability of you know multiple different soul that. Tell you about that, but but when I started, it was. Sixteen no thirty five mill- ball likes super rights. End. It was very embryonic dies of HD videography. Nephew wanted to shoot anything that had any degree of. Resolution like it was, it was film really is what you had to start. There wasn't really that many alternative, and there are inherent hod. Costs was shooting on film that you don't necessarily get shooting digitally these days. But as far as To only work, come up through the ranks on a film set. If familiar worked really well because I love the practical experience of things. V theories equally important by. Like watching somebody, do it and learning than reading about it for me. Personally I think when I started to. There was a film school auction in Australia and rejected from when I was twenty twenty one because I think I was too young. Or not good enough. To Young, you're going to blame it on that. So but to be honest with you. Blessing I remember the time thinking. I was quite disheartened because I thought that that was that was the one thing that would kind of expedite the process, a lot faster and really steamy in the in the direction. That was show that I wanted to go, but in hindsight, the amount of extra practical experience got literally working across multiple departments as well not literally, not not specifically just in the camera department. Because, there's obviously a certain amount of Experience economy. Must they had before? You get into especially if you're if you go in as a as a Lotta physically. Arolla films with four hundred dollars at the beginning of the day, but by the end of it once it's been exposed, it's worth how many hundreds of thousands of and that's your responsibility. At, the end of the night to make sure that everybody's work is looked after. So so I, don't think it's the only white, but for me. It was definitely the right way. I think I think that makes sense, too. Because a lot of people I think a lot of people do quit that point right like I. I know personally from listeners that have kind of said like. I didn't make it into films school, so because of that that's the reason why quit and left. Did something else the? The reasoning is that these people they come from this kind of mindset of like okay. There's how many working directors DP's in the world. And then there's how many students that come up for. If I couldn't even make it into that, then you know what my chances of winning the lottery and it sounds like it sounds like you're saying that doesn't really matter as much or you shouldn't take that instead. It's real sifting. Sifting crisis I think as well connor really weights out the people that the men and women that are really. have their sought set on it and are dedicated and prepared to put the. Doing it because it's very, it is very competitive. Having said that there's also an avenue now where there so much content being made and being able to be distributed in a way that maybe there wasn't fifteen years ago. So having said that there's also a lot more things I think getting now than. It was fifteen years ago, so just by that alone. There's enough. Theoretically, that should be enough you if he wanted out. The absolutely so sounds like. Find. A group of people that are mortgaging their houses and doing credit card foams. Very realistic. But it's finding. Was Dome car and had an old tonight. It was a nine hundred sixty five Volkswagen. Beetle and I had to push data, and that was my phone payment. The first from the first film that I did I didn't work. Talking about like someone was like I. Have This this car garage? Hot prop confident film and I. It was too expensive to get rid of it, so they just gave it to me the end of my that problem, even though it didn't really work. And, that was my full time. I think I was eighteen at the time in half. Something like that. This is a futures shortages of the major. Film we shot her. Five or six weeks out in in a place called book, which was it's about eight hundred Columbus, so it's at. Five, hundred miles, or so in north west of Sydney in the heart of summer. It's about fifty degrees in the shade Celsius. Everybody was. Killing with eight strike. And still summer wasn't enough to dissuade them from doing. The very end. On your show sweet i. Literally every time I had to stop I had to push the
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"In the video type days I was a videotape assistant from about on I did not attain or something like that as soon as let's go away to university. And then dropped out because I was doing crab movies, which essentially Super Super Low budget films. I would credit cards run. Max Out Credit Card. titling mortgage their houses on some of the project. The hell that they put their relationships through with diabolical. Was Lucky, enough to. To be able to be part of that and really cut my tastes on. Sixteen seventeen days nothing for weeks on end in you know. Hundred tend to great in the heart of summer in rural strata. Working as as standby props person not knowing what that is that kind of stuff so talking about? Roll onset dislike helping out in any capacity that you can whatsoever hundred percent just whatever would get me on the door and
"seventeen day" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Here on ESPN one thousand as the fighting Irish take on New Mexico in week three of the college football season we're open for business in your phone calls at three one two three three two three seven seven six or you can tweet at me on Twitter throughout the show all get back to you I asked the question the first hour on Twitter Akers black how much time are you giving Mr basically before you make a decision on what Kobe as a quarterback you can find that pull on my Twitter akris black all address some of the responses coming up later this hour as we go through this hour of ESPN programming and we start this hour with the Chicago Cubs the cubs beat the pirate seventeen eight and yes we will talk to Mike clay coming up in ten minutes right here on ESPN one thousand he's in ESPN NFL expert will help us get ready for week two in the NFL but the cubs in the pirates based off earlier today at Wrigley Field the cubs beat the pirate seventeen day eight all I have for for the Chicago Cubs in a must win game really a must win. I mean listen the way things started today at Wrigley you could tell that things were starting to get tight if we go to the first inning Jon Lester on the mound who has struggled at times this season Jon Lester giving up four runs in the first inning and things do not look good for the Chicago Cubs heading into a series against a team that's terrible the pirates fifteen games back of the Chicago Cubs cubs are now seventeen sixty eight on the season fired sixty five an eighty two so as this game started in the first inning top of the first the parents are up for nothing the cop said to air some DNA. for once you look at the parents you look at the cards you save yourself wow is this really how it's going to and from the Chicago Cubs you come home in your face a terrible team and you're gonna lose to that team wiping away playoff hopes spot in the bottom of the first that's when you saw Rizzo Cassie on us Bryant's concerns Schwartzberg Horner they all show up in the cubs respond with five runs in the bottom of the first. and they go on to score seventeen on the day and it really was a a slugfest for the cubs and a win a blow out and they get the victory against the pirates now we figure out what's going to take place with the brewers in the cardinals tonight in that match up in the National League central so the one thing that I I kind of point to as I look at this cubs game and the the brewers in the cardinals right now no score top of three so we'll keep our eyes on that match up throughout the weekend as well as the cubs have the parts so. the one thing that I was thinking to myself in the first inning was is this how it's going to end in and I don't think it's going to fifteen games left for the Chicago Cubs I think they make the playoffs I think they find a way to scrape and claw and the one thing I would like to show throw a shout out to is Anthony Rizzo today in the first inning the single to left center that started everything because you kind of new ones Castellanos Homer to left in it was forty two when the first it was like okay the offense is not going to let Lester B. bad today and lose this game like it to me it felt like it was a moment and I know throughout this Cup season we've seen many little moments here and there the kind of point to and say okay this team is finally accepted the challenge of this season and they're going to stand up they will not just pull the way we've seen at times throughout this year and that's why they're so disappointing that's why it's so frustrating to follow as a team but I felt like today was a moment were Rizzo and then the grand slam wait I feel like Rizzo made a statement today they were not going to let Lester go out their struggle and then not shop offense of I get the parts are not good but still in the bottom of the first you get five runs you go on to win the victory you get the weight can win a big victory so I'm trying to say seventeen to eight. Joe man after the game at Wrigley Field this post game press conference here's the manager of the Chicago Cubs Joe Maddon. I was expecting that response I was a field I didn't feel I never felt bad about I mean if what you want to see that type of play but I did feel I didn't feel like that was going to get us down I I really thought under the circumstances the energy level was great and then to answer as quickly as we discussed the on us how many first inning home runs that's that's pretty impressive since he's been here I get you rolling again and then of course Willie did Mrs Horner does this thing up and down the lineup will roll we actually played pretty well yeah that that mistake and then throw to first base but it was all there was a lot of heart led effort in that game today typified by Cabey. being that the ground ball. since seven points later that's the kind of stuff that people won't won't even talk about especially in a situation of talk about him all the time the way the rest of first base watchers would at the back watch that also hit the front edge of the bag that was a Derek Jeter move all the way that's how you're supposed to do it he did it that's why I was safe. please read the amount of hair on fire we were there. it's a lot of runs believe they're almost you know bad here smells when it's on fire that they got stuck today. it was it was great yeah that's exactly and that's my point that's what I was expecting out of our guys today and we sought I want to believe that's going to continue. they will get so respect in light of tomorrow which should be nice to have that back. put up and I really anticipate that kind of method moving forward I. of course you can run into a good pitcher assault picture that's going to make it more difficult course we are but just a mental the metal at bats at dot. for the most part we did really expand a lot today we we stayed in Orleans today pretty well love that part of it also so again it's it's hard to imagine that every day but I did like the bees and I love the energy love that and I got it out after that first yeah yeah Johnny missin miss I mean and the guys came in out of the after the bull pen tell me how sharp you look in the bull pen I'm see ninety twos on the gun the my god it's you know it's looking pretty good it was a tough day mean balls are bouncing through the infield the the ones going out of the jail to know just a tough day to pitch but he is not cave in and really should have gotten out of how many rooms did you should have gone out of that pretty good shape and maybe the pitch the sixth inning to give a lot of credit. yes hello. I'm not I'm not. I'll talk to coach amenable. does like to work to do the department is right there so an ugly what he got on that one that's what I want to know so he'll check it out. that please Joseph Phillips of Saddam Hussein Hunkers argues Nichols performance eight RBIs in one week. so yeah a listen the kid was certain someone a couch you know doing nothing thinking that his season's over and also you get a phone call then you show up in San Diego and then you do what you've been doing. he we we know he's good but beyond that it's it's him not overwhelmed by anything he's conversation lease always in a moment. under station early let it tends to get a young player like that and they will not bill entered the conversation with the with the early check rather quickly and look for the out here's a look for the out he said he's very company young man and I really appreciate that about. here's to the. yeah that little back but that little back thing you did to get us out of that one inning those perfect because we had to come this way and then try to throw across his body would have been a much more difficult throw for him that technique was outstanding I thought right there any does he's he's really threw the ball really well with the ball on and it throws been very accurate day maybe had one that throw in San Diego but since then him in but been got gotten together and playing through the ball with accuracy it's been really fun to watch. when when Eddie comes back we'll we'll figure that out I mean right now I don't know exactly when it's going to happen so will play that one but you're as it as it moves along but at ease you know isn't. gold glove caliber shortstop there's no question but but Nichols doing right now cannot be overlooked thanks Joe man at Wrigley Field after the game to go Horner gets is for some run in his debut at Wrigley Field and then Anthony Rizzo gets the grand slam later on in I think we're is really stood up for western you saw him celebrate with Lester on the field after the grand slam I I I think the cubs made a statement there like Jon Lester we're not gonna let you just suffer on your own we're gonna stand up the offense is good support you and then boom you get seventeen runs you when seventeen to eight today the cubs beat the pirate some crisp like singing for John. here on ESPN one thousand and the ESPN app let's switch to this here on ESPN one thousand let's talk some football look ahead and we two in the NFL let's talk with Mike clay from ESPN these the NFL expert you can follow him on Twitter at Mike clay and I felt Mike it's Chris tonight and for sale was start you with these are your thoughts on Mitch for basically in the bears offense if we go back to last Thursday the loss to the Packers would you think of her Biscayne the offense going back into week one. yeah I I think I'm with the consensus on this one it was a really disappointing after and and I heard about it because I spent the whole week thank you know look look I think this guy can have night starts with the then come out strong you know he he finished a little weekend in twenty eighteen because he wasn't healthy right when you're running the ball is more conservative and that was that all came after three and three when he played really well and then obviously was that a good to a producer is a Russian pastor so I was definitely disappointed I know the Packers defense is much better you know that was something it talked about it we've all talked about throughout the entire off season so we did expect that but you know we need to see more accuracy more consistency and look I mean they can't that hello on the defense being elite and one of the best we've seen in the past decade or twenty years in the league like they were last you can't discount on that we saw that with Jack in the last year right the wheels fall off a little bit on the defensive side and they didn't have the quarterback you can hold down the fort while exactly did your cargo and they have an injury here there is a risk you can't you know can't avoid incomplete passes inaccurate throws interceptions it's going to catch up with the.
"seventeen day" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"But to be together for seventeen days as a family. I mean, a my money doesn't get any better for that. And it was my money and a lot of. But it was. Yeah. Right. But you know, I genuinely for me, it's it's human relationships. That's that's where I get my juice from and, you know, my family's most important human relationship. I have so. What's it? Guilty pleasure for dense ex. Besides engine net. Flicks. Probably probably. Probably what doughnuts doughnuts. Kind. Any particular kind? Very cool. So Dan is close up, please. I would like to I always like to leave. My my view is my listeners with a sense of practicality. And what I mean by that is please give your listeners something that they can go away and do today to to take in. What it is that you should put it in action. So it's not just a podcast. They listen to background. But Sunday actually gotta go there. What would that be? Yeah. I think you know to your point. And I think we're echoing each other here. It's about really evaluating what you're what you're purposes is stepping back, and that's an ongoing iterative process. Right. It doesn't stop just because he did it two or three years ago. That's something that you have to constantly evaluate and I would do that immediately. There are lots of very practical things to do in terms of thinking about you know, your own mental models around. What works what does it work in reevaluating, those there's lots of ideas about how you treat. Your -ployees hiring practices. I mean, there's a million things you could do today that can make a difference tomorrow. But it all starts at the in the end, it all starts with this understanding, your vision your purpose. And then creating policies directives pointing employs in direction that follows that vision. So I that's the that's where I start every job every consulting job. I do every training that I do every conversation. It's about understanding defining that clearly, and again, it's a process that goes over and over and over again because the employee's change the culture change is not your culture, but the business client climate changes and the world changes Lord knows, you know, things going on in the world today or not the way they were five years ago. So being adaptive is critical fabulous. Thank you. This has been great. I've really enjoyed our conversation. When thank you for everything that, you're shed pl-. Please tell you listeners where they can get a hold of you or whether it can tap into all the resources that you offer jer sure you can go. Thank you for asking. You know, you can find me on lengthened. You can find.
"seventeen day" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Here. The hell is happening to us as a nation. What is happening to us? All right. Let me tell you Valentine's Day is it is it the first yet. When is that this weekend for sure taste, generous thirty? So my wife, she's making me, drink, celery, juice. She's she's making me drink, celery juice, and it's awful. I hate it. And she's like got to get healthy cut get healthy. Well, you know, what you're gonna make me hang myself. And I I'm I'm ready for an emotional support alligator over the stupid celery. Juice. Certainly the hanging yourself is in her actual goal. No. Of course, not. Wait a minute. Maybe. So last night, she comes after semi healthy. She comes in with this big bag of all kinds of chocolate, and I'm like. Is this for the kids for school tomorrow they doing so what is the big bag of chocolate? She said, no, it's Valentine's Day. Still the end of January seventeen day. What do you have bags of chocolate that you have because she likes chocolate she likes chocolate? So she's gonna eat chocolate and forced me to drink celery, juice. I'm telling you, I'm canceling Valentine's Day in my house. Hostage. You'll need an emotional support allegation feed me to one. Okay. So here's the deal. One eight hundred flowers if you want to have a flowers red roses. This is the last day and trust me, you're going to hear all about the colorful roses and the multicolored roses because red roses are the desired rose, and you can get them. But there are a lot more expensive the closer. We get to Valentine's Day today is the.
"seventeen day" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Pam Coulter. Seventeen days into the partial government shutdown. President Trump is moving to drum up support for his border wall. Cbs's Paula Reid has the latest President Trump will make his first primetime Oval Office address tomorrow night and on Thursday traveled to the southern border. The last time he visited the US Mexico border was ten months ago when he toured wall prototypes walls over here. You wouldn't even have a country his publicity. Blitz comes as the White House and democratic leaders appear. No closer to resolving the shutdown. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are beginning to feel the strain knowing they won't be getting a paycheck. CBS's Bill Rakoff reports STAN McCabe with the national air traffic controllers union says his members are paying for a fight that has nothing to do with them every day that the system is shut down a little piece of the. National airspace system. Degrades David mullet of the American federation of government employees says the impasse is personal the reality is we have a number of employees in the federal government that live from paycheck to paycheck and every day. He says the pitch gets a little bit tighter. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. Former house of cards star Kevin Spacey was in a Massachusetts courtroom today to face sexual assault charges complaints charges that in the town of Dan tuck it on July eighth two thousand sixteen did commit indecent assault and battery gun person fourteen or over Spacey did not speak, but his attorney's entered a plea of not guilty to charges of groping in eighteen year old man at a bar two years ago, his lawyer called the charge patently false, Tennessee, governor Bill Haslam granted clemency to thirty year old sin Toyo Brown who was convicted as a teen for killing a man would picked her up for sex Nashville mayor David Briley say she'll be released August seventh for circumstances. Were tragic and that tragedy is something. We can't forget it leads to tragic consequences. The college football championship game between the Clemson Tigers and the crimson tide is just getting underway. CBS's? Steve Futterman reports the players are on the field. The.
"seventeen day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Seventeen days into the shutdown. President Trump showing little sign of backing off his demand for more than five billion dollars for the border wall funding. Meanwhile, Hector Garza union rep for a border patrol agents and staff said they support the president Feroza doesn't bother is what they want to call it. They call it a wall. They can call a steel barriers that doesn't matter toward colleges as this. We need a physical barrier author so that we can protect their country. So that we can keep American people save is. So that we can keep our border betrayed you safe as well Democrats, accusing Republicans of holding government employees and their families hostage for this wall. Funding Democrats now plan to amp up pressure on vulnerable Senate Republicans, bypassing a slew of funding bills to help reopen the government. Well, this is the third longest shutdown both presidents Carter and Clinton also had to deal with them. Several more agencies closing their doors today without enough funding to stay open, but essential employees are still expected to. Report for duty even without getting paid those affected like air traffic controllers concerned about keeping up with personal expenses, like their mortgage or utility payments. And of course, there's the worry that it could impact their concentration on the job. And a lawsuit today challenging one White House decision will kick off trial today. A legal fight getting underway in San Francisco over whether people should be asked about citizenship during the next census in two thousand twenty California and several of its cities arguing the question added by the Trump administration was politically motivated and would discourage immigrants and Latinos from participating resulting. They say in an undercount, which jeopardizes their federal funding and state representation. The Justice department saying households may skip the citizenship question and still be counted. Meanwhile in Houston, Eric black junior remains behind bars in Harris County in the shooting death a little seven year old. Jasmine Barnes Barnes shot. After a suspect polo longside the car, she was in with their family and opened fire Harris County police chief Ed Gonzalez says they've got one more suspect. They need to talk to we believe now that the red truck, and the driver is most likely just a witness either by sight or sound to what actually transpired we still want that individual to come forward because perhaps they could now shed some light. Black is facing capital murder charges. A tip was sent by civil rights activists, Shaun king. And that's what led to the arrest. The shooting believed to be a case.
"seventeen day" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"And we believe that if the worst stars transiting the system that an earth like place a habitable zone would be a seventeen day period orbit. And because it's so small, we could actually from the ground determine whether or not there were planets as small as earth there nearby spending a lot of telescope time, but we stare in. We observe for six years. We play. Really strong upper limits on the presence of any planets in that system, but we never discovered any kind. It took Kepler to fly before we found the first circum binary planetary system, Kepler sixteen, b. And since then we've found a handful of other such systems. And what's interesting is that is that within the first several discoveries, we discovered a planet in the habitable zone of circum binary planetary system. Wow. You know, this is one of those kind of discoveries that the planetary scientists are going to be stumped for awhile, right? We have to really figure out what this planet is like. And if you look at a star, chances are the got a planet at least one and, and so many have as you as you've already talked about quite a solar system in a more so than than than our own. But what are the kinds of sizes were seeing? What's that kind of distribution? Well, in terms of the planets that we've discovered, we discover more smaller planets than we do larger. Planets, and that's very interesting because it's actually harder to find the smaller planets. It's kind of like if you were blind and reaching down into a pond fishing, you really want us find the small cool fish. They're down there the bottom, but the warmer fish because the waters around the top, the larger warmer, Fisher easier for you to find because they're closer to your easier free to reach and they're easier to find.
"seventeen day" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The big story of the day on talk radio with the times well i think yesterday we were all sharing in the absolute joy and relief that all twelve of that tie football team there's boys and their coach have finally being rescued from that cave complex in thailand it's been an extraordinary story and i think the whole world has been watching to hope and pray that these boys and their cage made it as an live and indeed all the rest of the divers off the side loss of one of the divers trying to help them and of course it was british divers british cape drivers who actually rescued we'll i found the boys in the cave complex let's listen to that audio when they first found those boys that whole week ago how okay people are coming stumps doesn't it let's tip some guests on this now alexander is the son in chiang rai and joins us also tim allen is exotic cave expert and member of the cave association thank you for joining us alex first to you in must be extruded jeep relation in thailand over the very very successful rescue bishop because really there were quite a few days couple of weeks now where people were worried they weren't gonna find the boys first of all and then once they found the boys where they weren't going to be able to get them out jubilant scenes last night hearings heartland off the lawsuit twelve boys outside much seventeen days underground in this time complex and really hard to estate hiring hiring dangerous the mission was to rescue them i mentioned as you mentioned dive is taking car toys on friday so they would will stage you know these kids who are they large risk but it does seem extraordinary they seem to have come out so relatively healthy is lost a couple of kilos and they will they were very little lads not a big weight loss for lots of them but but they seem to have come out pretty much mentally healthy physically healthy there's some lung problems obviously that's very stale air they were breathing in that case for so long but after seventeen eighteen day ordeal they're all safe and well in hospital and their prospects look good sure i just had a chat with the local governor he was running the risk the rescue operation excuse me and he says they would say hi john sections but they're not doing fine we've learned smoothing from these kids were sedates when they were taken out by divers i keep them com journeys quite long process of extracting them from the tights but yes that they're going to be in hospital we we believe up to a wage being monitored blood session cetera doing well within fun you the parents have been told the kids were safe and to be able to see them through the also witnessed but not allowed physical contact yet because of fears of infection because the boys always their immune systems would have been completely shot by by the lack of food for all that time that's right yes the families have not put the the hudson twin shang roy but back tug they kids yet because advice phase of thanks they will very much looking forward to going back to normality of these crazy some seventeen days of whites incentive to come out it's been an extraordinary accident reported in chiang rai tim allen as i say is a caving expert and tim i'm sure you're just joining this huge admiration and respect and deep fried at the british role in this of this credible rescue dacia rescue ever been carried out in caves yes he's probably the most desperate rescue that we've probably seen the divers some of the best in the world and it doesn't actually surprise me that they've done such a remarkable job i'm still the british team will have been at the forefront of all the planning operations alongside the tile sororities i think would you take a hats off to the authorities for managing the whole of the rescue as well has been the case in rescues the local authority like to take over the whole of the rescue i think they tie military had recognized that the the foreign cave divers it probably by saw the most suited to perform rescue of this nature i think they the young police they stories we hear they were quite heavily sedated probably one of the reasons they were sort of stretches to to to.
"seventeen day" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"The exact same time washes i tom cruise movie sports people's flash gold bill and how they bill spend who their time bill who it changes and in so any maybe event there i is digress the reality in cleveland we have more important i don't things buy it barry but trots maybe is there now is a the free reality agent coach after leading that the four capitals lebron their james first when ever he stanley does his cup deliberations he has resigned in fact trots as they contract unfold was right set now to expire because at the now end of the it's month he all can done now name is price and now lebron the astros can take the are time back home after a ten and game he can road really trip all think wins about they these won things eleven he can meditate in a row overall on this move one shy of maybe matching it's a franchise not just where record does lebron they'll try the to legacy do that tonight when they opened a series against seger the raz go garrett cole will take or the mound where does tonight the brown he's the family nine and man one on go the year which ryan of these stomach things goes is going for the race to be astros currently hold a game the and catalyst a half lead for over the decision the mariners making for in lebron the american james league west it would a pair be to of me struggling an auditor teams meet tonight act in colorado with iraqis host of the mets selflessness colorado once held the top if lebron spot the shows national cleveland league western i don't was mean five that in a good games way over although i five mean good hundred for him a month ago it's not since a bad then thing it'd but be doesn't blacks do it team is nine for the broncos in seventeen day in cleveland the he mets makes it about are eight games his under children five hundred and seven jacob degrom while to gonna the mount have is fine a league live leading pro one you know point wherever they five live five they have a era father who makes but only it very four nice wins living tyler anderson and who loves will kids start for colorado the yankees and nationals completed a suspended game from last month one soto hadn't even called up when this game started but today he was in the lineup and homer d snapped the three all tie in the sixth with a two run shot and that was the difference is the nationals took the opener five to three soto has six home runs on the young season three of come against the yankees game two of that series about to get underway in just a couple of minutes sonny gray and eric feddie are the starters in that one getting underway at the top of the hour will be the white sox and indians in cleveland and the phillies will host the cardinals and the brewers and pirates get together in pittsburgh i'm rich ackerman i'll tell you what kid oster eliminate you go walk the dog eastern seven pacific cbs sports radio.
"seventeen day" Discussed on WWL
"In the upper 70s low 80s channel four meteorologist chris franklins complete pinpoint forecast coming up it's been a violent week in orange wwltv's katie steiner reports on the latest incident one man is dead after a shooting early this morning in the seven hundred block of north broad street and opd detectives say it happened just after two o'clock this morning a fight broke out in a big group of people and then someone pulled out a gun and shot a man in a mass workers treated the victim at the scene but they couldn't save at new orleans police say they've responded to at least one shooting that day since mardi gras and four of the shootings resulted in two or more people being victimized in all sixteen people have been shot in ten incidence louisiana lawmakers are readying themselves for another acrimonious debate over taxes returning for their fifth special session centred on the state's financial instability since 2016 coverage at bell edwards call the twenty a rather seventeen day session that search tomorrow edwards is calling for the replacement of the expiring sales taxes with a permanent tax reform that would eliminate certain deductions for businesses and the gop wants spending reductions the session opens tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock it must hand on march seventh a lot of louisiana residents were like the he lawmakers cut the cost a crawfish right now prices are high in the size is small lsu egg senator professor greg lots says suppliers are not trained rip you off farmers are just having a hard time finding enough crop an of crop after the estonia cold water to justify pulling their traps let's says if you don't want to pay the inflated prices give it a few weeks and the cost of a.
"seventeen day" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The the slate dot com article on how you know the left his furious but how this when came down to the polling that view that the democrats find out were losing this which that in itself probably surprised a lot of republicans because it seemed like it was all what we've learned some things we've learned that money does it necessarily when you elections right right we've learned that recently we've learned that the media actually dozen control everything and you can win an election without having the gut the media on your side right and we are now found out that republicans can win the shutdown communication battle see justin though in the last little over a year and a half from those things used to be given said can't happen uh we heard this what digest as recently as last friday republicans will collapse the media will be against republicans and they'll lose the they'll lose this completely while the opposite happened a one of the things you and i've said for the longest time is what's most frustrating is the republicans and conservatives have all the arguments to back up everything right now they have the democrats really have nothing and it's been so frustrating so actually to see the republicans win the communications battle in anything given something as small as a seventeen seventeen day funding it's it's it's been so bad that's actually refreshing but slate dot com said the extrordinary the extraordinary scene of and i think there are a little ticked off because of it also them you know from liberal side but the extraordinaire scene of seen the bipartisanship of the senators all patting themselves on the back for a seventeen day funding bill yeah i did find that funding well and it it of course when you listen to what uh mcconnell will saying uh night before last and basically saying that men from the floor that they'll take up the debate between so now between february and a affected now between now and february eight they will take up the.
"seventeen day" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Why you there whenever i i was i read parts of the the slate dot com article on how you know the left is furious but how this when came down to the polling that in that the democrats found out were losing this which that in itself probably surprised a lot of republicans because it seemed like it was all what we've learned some things we've learned that money does it necessarily when you elections right right we've learned that recently we've learned that the media actually doesn't control everything and you can win an election without having the gut the media on your side right and we are now found out that republicans can win the shutdown communication battle say justin though in the last little over a year and a half from those things used to be given said can't happen uh we hear this wiped out just as recently as last friday republicans will collect the media will be against republicans and they'll lose the they'll loosest completely while the opposite happened a one of the things you and i've said for the longest time is what's most frustrating is the republicans and conservatives have all the arguments to back up everything right now they have the democrats really have nothing and it's been so frustrating so actually to see the republicans win the communications battling anything given something as small as a seventeen tapie seventeen day funding a ha it's it's been so bad that's actually refreshing but slate dot com said the extrordinary extraordinary scene of and i think there are a little ticked off because of it also them you know from liberal side but the extraordinary scene of seen the bipartisanship of the senators all patting themselves on the back for a seventeen day funding bill yeah i did find that flooding well and it it of course when you listen to what uh mcconnell was saying uh night before last and basically saying that that from the floor at they'll take up the debate between so now between february and eight affected now between now and february eight they will take up the.
"seventeen day" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"A year and a half from those things used to be given said can't happen uh we heard this what digest as recently as last friday republicans will collect the media will be against republicans and they'll lose the they'll lose completely while the opposite happened a one of the things you and i've said for the longest time is what's most frustrating is the republicans and conservatives have all the arguments to back up everything right now they have the democrats really have nothing and it's been so frustrating so actually to see the republicans win the communications battling anything even something as small as a seventeen seventeen day funding uh it's it's been so bad that's actually refreshing but slate dot com said the extrordinary the 'extraordinary scene of and i think there were little ticked off because of it also them you know from the liberal side but the extraordinary scene of seen the bipartisanship of the senators all patting themselves on the back for a seventeen day funding bill yeah i did find that flooding well and it it of course when you listen to what uh mcconnell was saying uh nypd before last uh basically saying that that from the floor at they'll take up the debate between so now between february eight affected now between now and february eight they will take up the discussion about daca and everything else they were anyway that was going to half and i was going to happen regardless right that the whole thing of using it as a bargaining chip you know it just didn't didn't measure up we brought you the polls the american people while they may support dacca don't really they they don't look at it is something that needs to be used as a bargaining chip in this way they don't supported being used as the bargaining chip here or or the government shutting down i guess they don't support um and and it was going to happen dacas gonna get done the trump administration's not gonna be deporting dreamers and march that's not going to happen so i just think it's interesting to watch oldest in.
"seventeen day" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The the slate dot com article on how you know the left is furious but how this when came down to the polling that in that the democrats found out we're losing this which that insult probably surprised a lot of republicans because it seemed like it was all what we've learned some things we've learned that money does it necessarily when you will elections right right we've learned that recently we've learned that the media actually doesn't control everything and you can win an election without having the gut the media on your side right and we are now found out that republicans can win the shutdown communication battle say justin though in the last little over a year and a half from those things used to be given said can't happen uh we hear this what digest as recently as last friday republicans will collect the media will be against republicans and they'll lose the they'll loses completely while the opposite happened a one of the things you and i've said for the longest time is what's most frustrating is the republicans and conservatives have all the arguments to back up everything right now they have the democrats really have nothing and it's been so frustrating so actually to see the republicans win the communications battle in anything even something as small as a seventeen f seventeen day funding uh it's it's been so bad that's actually refreshing but slate dot com said the extrordinary the 'extraordinary scene of and i think there are a little ticked off because of it also them you know from liberal side but the extraordinaire scene of seen the bipartisanship of the senators all patting themselves on the back for a seventeen day funding bill yeah i do find that funny well and it it of course when you listen to what uh mcconnell was saying uh night before last and basically saying that than from the floor at they'll take up the debate between so now between february and eight affected now between now and february eight they will take up the.
"seventeen day" Discussed on KOIL
"Reporting moments ago president trump returns to washington monday in the middle of a seventeen day vacation in order to increase pressure on china over its trade policies i don't necessarily think that's everything as he faces continued bipartisan calls to speak out more force fully against the hate groups involved in deadly deadly weekend clashes in charlottesville the president tweeted about his todo list monday morning much work to do he said focus on trade and military he tweeted before issuing a more specific warning on trade the obstructionist democrats have given us or not fixed he notes parenthetically some of the worst trade deals in word history i'm changing that fast now there's all kinds of news involving china and trade on north korea and all of that good stuff but it's big new news when the president cut short cut short rather his vacation in the middle is and new jersey at one of his golf resorts and because he politely avoid avoids manhattan because it disrupts barack obama never minded much bill clinton never minded much but but trump who actually lived their doesn't visit because it disrupts now in the state of virginia there is a governor by the name of terry mc awful he's a democrat party fundraiser who was inexplicably elected elected guvener of the state because now there are too many nutty democrats in the commonwealth of virginia but the gubler there terry make awful appointed a dimwit by the name of brian moran ryan moran is the brother of now former democrat congressman jim moran known to his friends as jim moron because he's not a very bright person and jim maran's brother bryan moran is the what is the secretary of the department of state security and homeland security something like that i've got his title here in front of me and and he said he said of the malay where a young woman was murdered the other day nineteen more injured arrests all kinds of stuff he said that he thinks that everything went really really well well he thinks it went splendidly the language he uses his amazing he was overseeing the police there from is six laura command post looking down on the action and you're not going to believe this buddy converts you a hockey game two watching a hockey game and he said everything went extremely well this is the chris plante show mm i love playing high school sports i love the competition.
"seventeen day" Discussed on WTMA
"Reporting moments ago president trump returns to washington monday in the middle of a seventeen day vacation in order to increase pressure on china over its trade policies i don't necessarily think that's everything as he faces continued bipartisan calls to speak out more force fully against the hate groups involved in deadly deadly weekend clashes in charlottesville the president tweeted about his todo list monday morning much work to do he said focus on trade and military he tweeted before issuing a more specific warning on trade the obstructionist democrats have given us or not fixed he notes parenthetically some of the worst trade deals in word history i'm changing that fast now there's all kinds of news involving china and trade on north korea and all of that good stuff but it's big new news when the president cut short cut short rather his vacation in the middle is in new jersey at one of his golf resorts and because he politely avoid avoids manhattan because it disrupts barack obama never my did much bill clinton never minded much but but uh trump who actually lived their doesn't visit because it disrupts now in the state of virginia there is a governor by the name of terry mc awful he's a democrat party fundraiser who was inexplicably elected elected guvener of the state because now there are too many nutty democrats in the commonwealth of virginia but the the guvener there terry make awful appointed a dimwit by the name of brian moran brian moran is the brother of now former democrat congressman jim moran known to his friends as jim moron because he's not a very bright person and jim roope brands brother bryan moran is the what is the secretary of the department of state security and homeland security something like that i've got his title here in front of me and and he said he said of the malay where young woman was murdered the other day nineteen more injured arrests all kinds of he said that he thinks that everything went really really well he thinks it went splendidly the language he uses his amazing he was overseeing the police there from is six laura command post looking down on the action and you're not going to believe this but he compared to a hockey game for watching a hockey game and he said everything went extremely well some enough this is the chris plante show.
"seventeen day" Discussed on WINS 1010
"President was returning to the nation's capital in the middle of his plan seventeen day summer break a convicted cop killer in the city hopes to what is released from jail the brother of murdered rookie cop eddie burned goes before the parole board to speak against any release of one of burns convicted killers this was a premeditated in a police officer in termed arctic intimidate larence burn is diligent about appearing he says philip copeland played a key role in his brother's murder copeland worked for a violent drug lord the ringleader he took the call from happy made in proven any organized group a planned it out eddie burn was killed at three in the morning as a guarded the home of a witness who reported drug activity on his street in south jamaica queens julia pop i 10 ten wins news sal bloomberg money watch on tinton win shelfspace isn't what it used to be in groceries or other stores thanks to amazon but way when which we interact within perceive rats a change gnat according to bloomberg view columnist conner said is the danger aiming amazon acquisition of whole foods not necessarily what it does to grocery stores but what it could do to packaged food companies a grocery store had a monopoly on brands as because selves faith was a limit of commodity whereas an hour fiat had something on instagram back can be the new way to get to the brand rather than through traditional retailer sanchez the big consumer packaged goods companies then cracked or in gamble in palm bay palmolive have large market shares based on an economic and distribution model now that is breaking up scott galloway new york university stern professor of marketing backs him off seven of its top.
"seventeen day" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"President trump tonight is settling into his seventeen day stay at his new jersey golf club avenue anti don't call it a vacation trump tweeting this is not a vacation meetings and calls and that he's working hard and is going to new york next week for more meetings but that is an all president trump is tweeting about he's upset with the new york times apparently about this report suggesting that fellow republicans and possibly even his own vice president are positioning themselves to run for president and 2020 if trump himself does not run the new york times says vice president pence is schedule was so full of political events that republicans joke that he is acting more like a second term vice president hoping to clear the field than a numbertwo sworn in a little over six months ago pence has travelled extensively since the inauguration and just the first two hundred days he's made at least twenty six trips across the country including stops in ohio florida in iowa the vice president shot down the report issuing an official statement calling it quote disgraceful and offensive meanwhile one of the president's top advisors his conceding that his support has begun to slip a bit his approval rating among republicans and conservatives trumpeters as down slightly it needs to go up they are telling hin just enact your program but the president himself seems to disagree tweeting today that trump basis far bigger and stronger than ever before.