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"simon smith" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"simon smith" Discussed on KOMO

"Kevlar cord with two barbed hooks on each end wrap around a person's legs or arms and into their clothing to keep them from moving. I had the device tested on me last year already perfect. I'm ready on the count of three. Wow. Nothing really tight. My I can't move it all. As recently as January, the Munich Police Commission recommended that protecting the sanctity of human life should be the primary principle of how and when force is applied, and I really believe that this could help. Just last month, Seattle City Council member Lisa Herbold attended Ebola rap demonstration along with the city's community Police Commission. Get a firsthand look at the device in action just before SPD chief Adrian de as Green lighted the pilot project to test the bowler wrap out of the field before making a decision on whether to put it into regular department use. Folks seem really encouraged by the potential for the Bola rap to reduce the number of tragic outcomes it made it seem possible that de escalation policies could be followed with more consistency as intended. And SPD tells me it's unclear when the pilot project will start what it will look like or win. Officers could possibly add the bowler rap to their duty belts. That's almost President Phillips reporting common whose time is 4 49, still no sign of a missing hiker who disappeared this past weekend in the North Cascades. Friends and fellow hikers have joined search and rescue teams looking for 66 year old tomans. Rather Thomas Simon Smith of Mount Vernon. Skagit County Sheriff's deputies say he planned to make his way up Hidden Lake Trail Saturday, but he never came home and hasn't been heard from Common whose time is now for 50 times for the Comal Propel insurance money Update Stocks closed broadly higher. Yesterday's investors regained an appetite for risk following two straight weeks of losses. Dow Jones Rose 186 points about half a percent to close at 34, 3 93, the S and P. 500 picked up 1%. The NASDAQ composite added. Nearly 1.5% Shares in Virgin Galactic jumped almost 20% Monday after the company made its first rocket powered flight to the French of space with a crew on board. The six passenger space plane could be carrying paying passengers by early next year. Amazon, maybe close to buying up the movie home of James Bond. The Wall Street Journal says talks continue between Amazon and MGM on a deal that could be worth close to $9 billion. Americans are returning to theaters into concert venues as artist start planning for in person events this year and into next year. Live Nation Entertainment Anticipates concert attendance too easily outpace pre pandemic 2019. Jim Brilliant ABC NEWS We check your money at 20 and 50..

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"simon smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Would have played more was performing I tend to side with you on all of these discussions because but that kind of even to me Mike that make sense the problem with it is it suggests that the heat are worse with Bam on the floor. As grace it assists are dependent on people making shots, Miami Heat. We're not making agreed and the heat shot to of eleven on wide open threes and game for two of eleven wide open threes. and. Just. So you understand this is not saying that Pam played poorly, he defendant Anthony Davis this from Simon Smith, he defendant and if Anthony Davis for twenty one possessions in Game Four Davis was one for seven for three point but that game tilted. because. In the last five minutes of the game who closed that Game Lebron closed at gave him in Pope Jimmy Butler was trying to close the game and he kept running into Davis and Lebron and Lebron does carries them the entire fourth quarter and then Anthony Davis does what he was signed to do give me some relief so I don't have to be the one. Doing that, please finish this for me there to Blair players are better than Miami's best player Lebron made so many winning plays that you don't really recognize times it's the brilliance and genius of Lebron's game. It's not just a two threes where he stares down at the floor and just shoots it from thirty feet and they go in it is the screening Zephyr Rondo to. Get to the basket. It's the Passy made the pope in the corner who was wide open for three just winning plays. He made so many of them down the stretch last night. It's really hard when you when you peel away the layers, you have to fifty percents, shooters to very efficient superstars and you give them two chances to make bucket on one end of the. Of the court wearing crunch time, they're going to make one of the two when they're not doing that they're going to get the offensive rebound and pass it to the guy that Dunkin. Robinson's on Casey and Rondo drive to the basket with Duncan Robinson. All she wrote we told you before Lebron at thirty five is averaging for these finals twenty, eight eleven and nine. For the finals at thirty five years old and that game last night swung. At Ninety to ninety, I believe the score was and while Mike rejects the premise Miami was worse offensively that game was dragged into the mud and it was a less offensive game when when your rate of scoring is less than the warriors were in the warriors were the worst. Some of that has to do with missing two of the eleven wide open or missing nine of the eleven wide open three I mean in this series, the two games that Bama's played the entire game games. One and game for which you just pointed out I mean they have less than one hundred points this but Bam also anchor their best defensive performance of the series degenerated. The open looks entering that fourth quarter Jae crowder Dunkin Robinson Tyler hero were shooting one for eleven from three. They need to make the open looks. They haven't had the game where the other guys boost them to a win. It is fascinating to me. It really is fascinating to me that he series can swing from feeling To feeling hopeless, and basically the swinging point is that the better shooting team was worse on this night from three and when the game was being decided at ninety to ninety Jimmy Butler, came down the corner three the most valuable shot in that sport he took it open. He missed it. You don't want him taking it. He doesn't want to take it. He doesn't WanNa be shooting threes and then on the other end of the court off of that rebound what happens is. Lebron does what you're talking about, which is find the correct person the Miami Heat are like we will lose and we will lose fine if what beats us is Marquee Morris and Kyle Kuzma and caldwell-pope, and in that corner, caldwell-pope made the same three that Jimmy Butler had just missed and.

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"simon smith" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Podcast. So what do you trying to say was what is the meaning of this way? We post it. We're going to Hollywood Speak Demi Llevado looking like a snack at Nobu in Malibu. Holly postage. She's with her fiance. And I just want people to take a look at it. First of all, they just look glowing and in love, and I couldn't be more delighted for this. Papa would agree. I love pirating reached Rose velvet dress. She's got a little. I mean, we haven't seen anyone like dress up. You guys were just talking about the cove ID core. The sloppy, sloppy so I just appreciate Demi got a hoop on her hair is to sleep back in a little bun. She just has that freshly Point look that he's in love with the only thing the on ly thing, the only thing that was a co vid mistake and this whole fetching outfit. Sorry is when we get to the The issue. The shoe, which this is coming back in. This was a really big thing in the 19 squared square toe slip on sandal that you're going to clip. Basically, you feel like a horse when you walk in these things because you have to grip your toes or one of your toes is dragging on the outside. They speak about your finger and then the bag of the issue is clapping against your your hell. It's almost impossible to I didn't see that shoe is a bedroom shoe. Yes, that is a ship. That is a that is a shoe to be flung off your foot. By what? You know what I mean. That is not in out there. Know this square friend, shoes, first volume, whose feet are square except for yours. As you have four feet, toes, thie exact same size, And then you get the cut off tow your way, but even the way that that square toe is cut it So fuck Octa that my Fourtou would be scraping along the sidewalk or the wood. I know that I'm on or whatever happy on him for shoe for carpeting. You know what I mean? It's for a bedroom. It's like for flipping out, you know, shuffling Jeffrey Nit's, but anyway, I so appreciate the sexy velvet dress inspiration. You know, she looks pretty. Yeah, because you know, it's chilly in Malibu at night, and then you get the valve it and then you have to worry about the coat. I love velvet. Tell you I kind of like when it comes when it comes back, and I've always loved the Black Caravella pounds and Ali's Holly. I like velvet, huh? It's nice that it's in fashion right now. You got it comes what is in fact comes into fashion. I'm telling you, I think this dress is sold out. You would look good in that dress came to be flat. Anyone with Demi Llevado is not flat by your words, girl. She's got a very lovely bosom. But I saw it from the front. I think you would want to be on the smaller side. But she has some great side boob side cleavage. Yes. Are you kidding me? Don't be jealous. It is Emmy Llevado Dan jealous of her. That was not what I said. Okay, I said, you need to be careful because there's different angles of that Where maybe you might do something different. It is $1600. That dress. But are you getting cute? It's so cute. No, I mean that would look pretty on you with your blonde here. I'm just saying this Kim this dress Khun B. Knocked off maid found. I just think, but it's 70% off. Really? Yes, that this website for 178. If you have money right now, I mean, like and didn't have to worry like about things. The deal's Oh, my word word. Yeah. You know what? Though, Julia, I mean, I know you think I've done a deal? No. No, but you know what I seriously cannot. I'm having. I can't feel good about shopping because they're so money. But every day I read or hear about something people are in such dire Times, you know, with being able to pay rent or mortgage or the food desert in school, and I mean all this stuff, So I just I have absolutely zero appetite for shopping because I'm thinking if I have some extra money I should do some. I mean, I feel like I would rather do something of positive. Right? Um, you know, money flow or helping somebody doesn't it feels Indulgent I guess of and I was not like a like in some big, huge spender or whatever on clothes and shoes, but I like you also said you like inspiration. Yes, a shopping. You don't have it right now. No, there's no inspirational. Anything Tio really shot for, so I feel like if I could feel more inspired giving a donation to something else in here from a has been $400 anyway, But I do love that dress. It's It's lovely. Don't give me Okay. Here's another one. Ah, Yeah, Bro. Union. You know, America's got talent he got let go after one year Simon cow wouldn't quit smoking on the sound stage is severely allergic at work, and they basically told her hey, quit wearing the same hair could at changing your wig so much and just deal with Simon Smith. So she's basically having Teo you know, through them. Blah, blah, blah and Terry crews took over for Nick Cannon. Yes, he does. He didn't think he supported her. Terry Curse. This is Terry crews yesterday. This will be my third public apology to Gabrielle Union. If 1/4 is needed, I will continue to apologize and push for reconciliation between the world and, more importantly, The culture I grew up in I'm sorry, Gabrielle Union.

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"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

"And Luckily we do have a few people think for show twelve sixty three years in good we do. A runs from I do have a couple of notes Wanna read during the process. It came in handwritten. An interesting. Laura Wilson's at the top list from Seattle Washington of deceit or meet up one of these days. Jordi Seton as she came up with one fifty Geordie seen came up with a hundred from Thornhill Ontario. Birthday call out. And! That's all this ready to go ahead to Ardo Calderon in Plano, Texas one hundred. The Duke of Luneta. His Grace Kevin McLaughlin Yes, it's North Carolina. Oh Eight, he says I love America and BOOBS. Me To. On the same page, it's not a stretch Might be a stretch. But not the American part Paul Wagner in Middleton Ohio EO eight lubes Marty. This one letter came in I. Once you take a shot at red pronouncing that last name I would say a greenhouse Marty's Mardi green us. That's gotTa be pretty. The T so it makes it tough. Mardi. SENT IN A. Martic done this list. Send in a note on from Las. Vegas reports so I have to read it. I have for all. Thanks for all you do I am Jr.. Listener and I'm glad I decided to see what Adam has been up to post MTV. Welcome, You This is funny, yeah! You have. Sorry. You have. Nuts challenged me. ME TO TEA party my own trumpet. To not look past active. I'm sorry I can't read today now. I have that ever. Broken clock is right twice a day. Have you for? A. vagary. Ahold on. At least we'd take the Rogan donation credit. We'll take take that. No matter what that was okay, let's go seventy, seven, seventy, seven. Coincidentally, the next letter they came. Is the Miami report now to Las Vegas, report. And this came in from Joe Walsh one of our longtime listeners, longtime supporters first time donors now he's donate before quick message from Miami. The surge apparently has arrived in south Florida and Miami or Little Wuhan. Call it. Like that little. Little Blue on about a week ago and infectious disease doctor at the University of Miami compared the situation in Miami to that of Wuhan earlier in the pandemic Miami is now the epicenter of the pandemic quote unquote. We're seeing what Wuhan was five to six months ago. I guess the good news is. We don't have a large infectious viral laboratory in Miami, nor do we have any wet markets selling dog or snake, meat or ten new bet wings Yummy Yummy. See Miami beach just slept in eight. PM Curfew on South patients and the entertainment district county curfew is now from ten PM. To six am other than that. Things are great here in Little Wuhan. Each underground. On were with Sir McQueen right at Blight town in Wayne Pennsylvania, a birthday, coming up for himself Jason Perry also a birthday, sixty, nine, sixty nine. McQueen was seventy to eighty. Jerry Blatt hold on. Jason Perry has a second donation. He has a douchebag. Call out for Bob Raymond do. Raymond Louw Raymond. Louw Bob Raymond Louw. Yes, and he's also The Jason is on the birthday list. He'll be turning forty four. Thank you. So Gary Blat and Wayne Pennsylvania Sixty six sixty Simon. Smith in Hieber city. Utah Sixty three, thirty three. David four six, sixty six and spoke he. Spoke Chappel Heath Shep hokey shop Rakhi. How about shopping probably a CHIAPPA key shopping? minnesotan nuts Sir Christopher Kessler in marshfield. Wisconsin fifty, five ten surly Mojo. Also fifty five ten, in Tucson Arizona profound thanks, he says. Charles Thompson fifty five ten in Upton All of a sudden, the fifty five ten has returned double. Nickels on the dime is rock and I know it's. People, like it. Match you yoder's. Albany Oregon to defy ten Joseph Monaco to five. Also by the way a donation for your be safe, go f yourself, people. You should do that more often. Seems to. Think. It's worth more than than double nickels on the dime though I mean I think a few. More we don't know. Surfing I'm of the Patriots Nation in Appleton. Wisconsin fifty three, fifty three. And he's got a birthday. Surge. In all Virginia fifty to eighty Jonathan, Evans Fifty one fifty from new, Orleans. Dame moneypenny fifty one fifty I'm heard from her for a while. She's in David has been quite a while. May, get some large note from someone. That's Dame Tanya. We read that one earlier she she also donated with note, which is what's read about her yours? How much was it fifty one forty, two, the the answer all the questions in the universe. Okeke read the next one as they get this church garrison Lewis Garrison Lewis fifty dollars. Oh! I was having lunch with the surgeon. At a place on east. East tour in Austin and we're sitting there and gene is going on I meant I love gene man. Who is the the Duke of Texas? and. He's talking about Brett, and Eric Weinstein and the fourteen dimensions of the universe and so. I had I'd just soaking it all up. And then this guy comes over to say. You Adam Curry. I say yeah, it says in the morning. My My. My big. It's completely rugged, so here's his note. He donated. It was a pleasure meeting you at the cafe the other day. Thanks to both of you for keeping my little small, keeping it real I would like deducing for my lack of donation history. God bless you. Spend. I. Remember, thank you. It was nice. Allen coughs up fifty dollars from Austin Texas these are fifty dollar. Donors are just name them, and they location Amanda Straws Birthday Girl in Rochester New York. On behalf her husband. Chris Gra, MALL GRANDMA GRANDMA GRANDMA will in Kingston New York tristen. In Milwaukee Mitchell, Kaufman in Hillsborough Oregon Todd Garage in Catholic Michigan? Jillian Robbins and APP does California and last, but not least roebling hall in Hillsborough. North Carolina, WanNa. Thank these folks contributing to show and producing show twelve sixty three. We got another show but Thursday hope we can get. Picked up a little bit, it would be nice and also thanks everyone who came in under fifty dollars, which is the cutoff for anonymity, but also just because it's a.

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"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

"And Luckily, we do have a few people think for show twelve sixty three years in good we do. A runs from I. Do have a couple of notes Wanna read during the process. It came in handwritten. An interesting. Laura Wilson's at the top list from Seattle Washington of deceit, or meet up one of these days Jordi Seton as she came up with one fifty Geordie, seen came up with a hundred from Thornhill Ontario. Birthday call out. And that's all this ready to go. Eduardo Calderon in Plano, Texas one hundred. The Duke of Luneta. His Grace Kevin. McLaughlin Yes, it's North Carolina. Oh Eight. He says I love America and BOOBS. Me To. On the same page, it's not a stretch, no Might be a stretch. But not the American part Paul Wagner in Middleton. Ohio EO eight lubes Marty. This one letter came in. Know once you take a shot at red pronouncing that last name I would say a greenhouse Marty's Mardi. US. That's gotTa be pretty. The T, so it makes it tough. MARDI! SENT IN A. Martic done this list. Send in a note on from Las Vegas report so I have to read it. I have for all. Thanks for all you do I am Jr.. Listener and I'm glad I decided to see what Adam has been up to post MTV. Welcome. You This is funny, yeah! You have. Sorry. You have necessarily Nuts challenged me. ME TO TEA party my own trumpet. To not look past active. I'm sorry I can't read today. Now I have that ever. Broken clock is right twice a day. Have you for? Did. Not the Las Vegas. Hold on. At least we'd take the Rogan donation credit. We'll take take that. No matter what that was okay, let's go seventy, seven, seventy, seven. Coincidentally, the next letter they came is the Miami report now to Las Vegas report. And this came in from Joe Walsh. One of our longtime listeners longtime supporters first time donors now he's donate before quick message from Miami. The surge apparently has arrived in south Florida and Miami or Little Wuhan. Call it. Like that little. Little Blue on about a week ago and infectious disease doctor. The University of Miami compared the situation in Miami to that of Wuhan. Earlier in the pandemic Miami is now the epicenter of the pandemic quote unquote. We're seeing what Wuhan was five to six months ago. I guess the good news is. We don't have a large infectious viral laboratory in Miami, nor do we have any wet markets selling dog or snake, meat or ten new bet wings Yummy Yummy. City Miami beach just slept in eight PM curfew on South patients and the entertainment district county curfew is now from ten PM. To six am other than that. Things are great here in Little Wuhan. Each underground. On were with sir, McQueen right at Blight town in Wayne Pennsylvania a birthday coming up for himself, Jason Perry also a birthday, sixty, nine, sixty nine. McQueen was seventy to eighty. Jerry Blatt hold on. Jason Perry has a second donation. He has a douchebag. Call out for Bob Raymond knew. Raymond Louw Raymond Louw Bob Raymond, Louw yes, and he's also The Jason is on the birthday list. He'll be turning forty four. Thank you. So. Gary Blat and Wayne Pennsylvania Sixty, six sixty Simon Smith, in Hieber City Utah, sixty three thirty three. David four six, sixty six and spoke he. Spoke Chappel Heath, Shep hokey shop Rakhi. How about shopping probably a CHIAPPA? Key shopping minnesotan nuts Sir Christopher Kessler. In marshfield Wisconsin fifty five, ten surly Mojo. Also fifty five ten in Tucson, Arizona profound thanks, he says Charles Thompson fifty five ten in Upton all of a sudden, the fifty five ten has returned double nickels on the dime is and I know it's. People like it. Match you yoder's. Albany Oregon to defy ten Joseph Monaco to five. Also by the way a donation for your be safe, go f yourself. You should do that more often. Seems to. I think it's worth more than than double nickels on the dime though I mean I think a few. More we don't know. Surfing I'm of the Patriots. Nation in Appleton Wisconsin fifty, three, fifty three. And he's got a birthday. Surge. In all Virginia fifty to eighty, Jonathan, Evans fifty, one fifty from New Orleans. Dame moneypenny fifty, one fifty. I'm heard from her for a while. She's in David that it's been quite a while. May Get some large note from someone well. That's Dame Tanya. We read that one earlier she she also donated with note, which is what's read about her yours? How much was it fifty one forty, two, the the answer all the questions in the universe. Okeke read the next one as get this. Cheers Garrison Lewis Garrison Lewis fifty dollars. Oh. I was having lunch with the surgeon. At a place on on East East tour in Austin and we're sitting there and gene is going on. I meant I. Love Gene Man. Who is the Duke of Texas? And he's talking about Brett and Eric Weinstein and the fourteen dimensions of the universe and so. I had I just soaking it all up and then this guy comes over to say. You Adam Curry. I say yeah, it says in the morning. My Mater my big. It's completely rugged. Here's this note he donated. It was a pleasure meeting you at the cafe the other day. Thanks to both of you for keeping my little small keeping it real, I would like deducing for my lack of donation history God. Bless you. Spend. I. Remember, thank you. It was nice. Allen coughs up fifty dollars from. Austin, Texas these are fifty dollar. Donors are just name them, and they location Amanda. Straws Birthday girl in Rochester New York. On, behalf her husband. Chris. GRA MALL GRANDMA GRANDMA GRANDMA GRUMBLE IN. Kingston New York a tristen. In Milwaukee. Mitchell Kaufman in Hillsborough Oregon. Todd Garage in Catholic, Michigan. Jillian Robbins and APP does California and last, but not least roebling hall in Hillsborough North Carolina. WanNa thank these folks, contributing to show and producing show twelve sixty three. We got another show, but Thursday hope we can get. Picked up a little bit, it would be nice and also thanks everyone who came in under fifty dollars, which is the cutoff for anonymity, but also just because it's a.

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"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

"And Luckily, we do have a few people think for show twelve sixty three years in good we do. A runs from I. Do have a couple of notes Wanna read during the process It came in handwritten. An interesting. Laura Wilson's the top list from Seattle Washington of deceit or meet up one of these days. Jordi Seton as she came up with one fifty. Geordie seen came up with a hundred from Thornhill Ontario. Got Birthday call out. And that's all this ready to go ahead to Ardo Calderon in Plano Texas one hundred. The Duke of Luna. His, Grace Kevin McLaughlin Yes, it's North Carolina. Oh Eight. He says I love America and BOOBS. Me To. On the same page, it's not a stretch Might be a stretch. But not the American part Paul Wagner in Middleton Ohio. EO Eight lubes Marty. This one letter came in. Know once you take a shot at red pronouncing that last name I would say a greenhouse Marty's Mardi green us. That's gotTa be pretty. The T so it makes it tough. Mardi. SENT IN A. Martic done this list. Send in a note on from Las Vegas report so I have to read it. I have for all. Thanks for all you do I, am Jr.. Listener and I'm glad I decided to see what Adam has been up to post, MTV. Welcome. You This is funny, yeah! You have. Sorry! You have How nuts challenged me. ME TO TEA party my own trumpet. To not look past active I'm sorry I can't read today now. I have that ever. Broken clock is right twice a day. Have you four? Did Las Vegas. Hold on. At least we'd take the Rogan donation credit. We'll take take that. No matter what that was okay, let's go seventy, seven, seventy, seven, coincidentally, the next letter they came is the Miami report now to Las Vegas report. And this came in from Joe Walsh one of our longtime listeners longtime supporters first time donors now he's donate before quick message from Miami. The surge apparently has arrived in south Florida and Miami or Little Wuhan. Call it. Like that little. Little Blue on about a week ago and infectious disease doctor at the University of Miami, compared the situation in Miami to that of Wuhan earlier in the pandemic Miami is now the epicenter of the pandemic quote unquote. We're seeing what. was five to six months ago. I guess the good news is we don't have a large infectious viral laboratory in Miami nor do we have any wet markets, selling dog or snake, meat or ten new bet wings, Yummy Yummy. See Miami beach just slept in eight. PM Curfew on South patients and the entertainment district county curfew is now from ten PM. To six am other than that. Things are great here in little, Wuhan. Each underground. On were with Sir McQueen right at blight town, in Wayne, Pennsylvania a birthday, coming up for himself, Jason Perry also a birthday, sixty, nine, sixty nine. McQueen was seventy to eighty Serb. Jerry Blatt hold on. Jason Perry has a second donation. He has a in other douchebag. Call out for Bob Raymond use. Raymond Lou. Raymond Louw Bob Raymond Louw yes, and he's also The Jason is on the birthday list. He'll be turning forty four. Thank you. Gary Blat and Wayne Pennsylvania Sixty, six sixty Simon Smith in Hieber City, Utah, sixty three thirty three. David Forbes six sixty six and spoke he. Spoke Chappel Heath. SHEP hokey shop. Rakhi how about shopping probably a CHIAPPA key shopping? minnesotan nuts Sir Christopher Kessler in Marshfield Wisconsin, fifty, five, ten surly Mojo. Also fifty five ten in Tucson Arizona. Profound thanks, he says. Charles Thompson fifty five ten in Upton all of a sudden, the fifty five ten has returned double nickels on the dime is rock and I know it's. People like it. Match you yoder's. Albany Oregon to defy ten Joseph Monaco to five. Also by the way a donation for your be safe, go f yourself. You should do that more often. Seems to. Think, it's worth more than than double nickels on the dime. Though I mean I think a few. More we don't know. Surfing, I'm of the Patriots. Nation in Appleton, Wisconsin fifty, three, fifty three. And he's got a birthday. Surge! In, all Virginia fifty to eighty Jonathan Evans fifty, one fifty from New Orleans. Dame moneypenny fifty one fifty. I'm heard from her for a while. She's in David has been quite a while. May Get some large note from someone that's Dame Tanya. We read that one earlier she she also donated with note, which is what's read about her yours? How much was it fifty one forty, two, the the answer all the questions in the universe. Okeke read the next one as they get this church garrison Lewis. Garrison Lewis Fifty dollars. Oh. I was having lunch with the surgeon. At a place on on East East tour in Austin, and we're sitting there and gene is going on. I meant I love gene man. Who is the the Duke of Texas? and. He's talking about Brett and Eric Weinstein, and the fourteen dimensions of the universe and so. I had I've just soaking it all up and then this guy comes over to say. You Adam Curry..

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"simon smith" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"There okay. We have another desert. Just walk visas hanging out hanging. He's coming listen you are. I feel that a lot of our our listeners. Know about you what you do. I Have Simon Smith here vice president of Business Development and marketing true at. Wow Tech we vibe when we vibe in womanizer came together they created wow tech so we talk about the week vibes. The the womanisers all the time. So he's we were taught. We started the show talking about the conference that we wear yesterday. Sure so I said Simon come check out the show we talk about people call in there like Do Extra. We've I've charger for me. I'm like I do not work for them. I am not. We've I buy just love their frigging toys. And like we love you so coming into hyped and Jamie. Waxman is here as well. Thanks Emily. It's a pleasure to be here. You've always been such a great ambassador for us and and things that you've done it's an absolute pleasure to be on your show and Jamie for the first time as well know each other strange amy. Her Lots Jamie's legend. We're having this is really fun here. I gotta say well having another therapist. The Room is awesome. Yeah it's nice to be able to another man All the people. Jimmy had an interesting thought. I I was just wondering you know the just the tip Tuesdays. I understand the origin of just the tip right like not putting it all in which is also. I mean when you think about it at when when you're thinking about just the tip it's really exciting and I was wondering if people prefer just the tip because also the first one third of the vagina is the most sensitive -actly right and also. There's a lot of sensitive nerve endings around the but so is just the tip sometimes better than the whole thing. Sometimes I think sometimes if I've already had an orgasm and that I want another orgasm I think just the tip but makes a lot of sense gives it's really sensitive So sometimes you want the tip Very good very good question. Very good Discussion here. I like just the tip if it's like the penis is slightly curved up So it really depends on the shape. Yeah because that Bhai feel like my my g spot is actually very very close to the Oak. My vaginal opening So I do like I do like us. Like curve anyways But Yeah I just feel like sometimes. It's really nice and I can get off that way. And then the guy like their it drives them crazy because they just want to go all the way in but they know that they love the tease the OBAMAS. Would I love about just a tip? It's the it's the tease you don't like he's talking about what couples were talking about when their lives goes sour when their sex lives go sour. There's not that much tees. That's exactly at Jamie percents toy expert in the room. One of our favorite companies. You know the woman everyone knows about the woman is. I feel like that's had like legendary status. Now it has been. It's funny. The two companies came together as creation. Awhile Tech but they actually have very similar origins with very passionate inventors for the we vibe as a couple and a very passionate couple inventing the womanizer. So he really. Kinda made sense when when the whole family are so excited. See this is what you do. In your relationship goes stale. You create a sex right but didn't a founder. Isn't that sort of what it was based upon with with womanizer for sure I love that story. His Dad you tell us sure a wonderful couple from from Germany and his wife simply never had a toy or an experience. I gave her what she considered a fantastic orgasm. He sat out as an inventor to create that toy and hence the womanizer was born like. Yeah I mean I met. He told me this story Madame. We went to Germany Italy. That Sir Madam Airframe which is another fund sex conference and I was like Oh I was like little league fan girling. 'cause I couldn't believe that I I got to meet him. It goes probably after three years. Effort came out or something. It's been five now. Yeah we just had our flyby using. Tell me everything. And he said well my what. It has German accent which I can't do which it could. I'll work on that often. But he was like I can't my my. She had this thing with the mouth and I did it and she loved them out my mouth and I wanted to hear to be able to have it all the time and created and you did it like and so this toy. It does sort of simulate that oral sex does and it uses a uses. Technology had never been used before which was really cool. Stay away from vibration and it obviously US pleasure air so your air technology a patent. It's just it's it's brilliant so that's the womanizer we're talking about. People often have questions about that. So Daimyo when couples come in things are still. So how much do they get into the sex like I so we did something before? We were prepping for my Valentine's Day show and I decided to bring it. I've all these letters that I do receive letters. I save lives saved lots of letters. I have every letter I received that. Call the my love. Letters from relationships from the last like twenty some odd years and there was one like Oh that was premature ejaculation for example. And it was he was and they all were reading them there over there over there. They're actually a trip. There's a lot of them and he said it's pounds and he's he's a was like when I was thirty he's like I'm while I'm working on my erectile as you and I had forgotten about him because he was a premature Jackie later he came after one minute for two and a half years and I believe after that relationship I was like Cisco it'd be better than this. Did he have it before you to mass okay? So I gave him book and and the funny thing is at thirty. I didn't know any of that so he was like. I'm going to see a sex therapist. I'm trying to do the exercises in the book you gave me. I gave him the multi orgasmic man. I remember was he a highly anxious person. Do you remember. I think so. I wouldn't I wouldn't be surprised with premature ejaculation. I often will look for the anxiety. Any E. D. issues. There's GonNa be some anxiety either. They're afraid like I. I remember a man that came in whose girlfriend was lying to him about everything and cheating on him and I think he just wanted to come in so that somebody objective would be able to tell him. No you're fine but I kept saying to him. You're penises telling you you're afraid her. That is why you are not getting hard. And as soon as he broke up with her he never came back. Oh interesting I never came back to get into another relationship. I have no idea but I have imagined his his penis was working again. Yeah no you're right it can't be you're right maybe it. Maybe I I freaked out but I haven't been no. He got married to have kids with and I happen to know for mutual friend. It's still happens. Oh so the point of that was when people come into you though it made me think about like you can help them with these kind of things you're has them a generation any ED issue premature ejaculation erectile dysfunction alive. It becomes mindfulness base. You WanNa go into somatic experience with the people with the menace specially to get them to know their body. No it's going on how they're feeling when it's working what that feels like. I will always ask people if they don't feel like they have affirmative action if that's only with a partner or this is when they're alone because a lot of times guys who will watch a video porn. They'll have no problem being hard but then a woman comes into the picture or another man comes into the picture. Whatever it is and things go awry and do you feel like you're hearing more and more of this correct lately about we talked about this. I think last time I saw it was so long ago but porn is an. I've always been a bit big advocate. I've made I've made porn for Adam and Eve years ago and are in it but you I mean I hosted it as a sex educator but I'm not no I'm not performing in. It could take not so sure anymore but maybe in my past prided myself on something like that and I just were we go. Oh I am like a wild ride but the porn pieces become more problematic especially you see this in younger men and you see this a lot of the Times because the substitute for relationships becomes pornography. And if you're in your twenties and for ten years even all you do is look at porn to get off. Because you're not you're busy with your career or whatever else and you're not thinking about relating when you hit thirty something and you're ready to relate to women they are not going to relate to you the way you think they will from the movies or the videos because they've been watching that's all they've seen because don't you think like in our okay so back in the day when we porn wasn't as ready available time you can think about this too we didn't. I think not. That sex was always perfect. But we didn't have all these expectations of this is how sex is right. Yeah absolutely and it's I think. It's quite worrisome. Ted Day how young people are learning about sex and sensuality? 'cause they're getting it from a very different source than than when we did. Yeah and now and now might be hurting relationships as well. Roy I see a lot of that and I see a lot more Like extreme sexual behaviors coming out early on in relationships because this is how they've always watched sex or got off by the choking thing is it in that keeps coming up like people not even asking for sentences assuming that like choking is literally part of sex like I'm GONNA do the choke move and then they're not doing it correctly or consensually. Yeah I mean that's a very scary one. Yeah it has come. I'm wondering Jimmy if that You talked about a minute ago. That's coming from. They think they have to perform like they're seeing on porn or in the movies. Which just simply isn't real life. I think sometimes that's the case like I was even thinking with emily here. You have this beautiful woman and you go into a place of. I don't deserve this. I'm not good enough or she's GonNa leave me if I don't get if I don't fix this problem. That's always been a problem because every beautiful woman is always has left me and that creates anxiety. So you're not going to get out of that loop so it really depends on the situation here absolutely right. We just clip out and the thing is if it only happens once too. Then that could create the pattern meeting Zaidi. I feel like anxiety is an epidemic. It is and as a result and anxieties always wanted the biggest killers of our sex drive. So do you believe we're in a sex crisis? Woohoo that was he too. Would it look like if it was a okay? What was I believe what I believe? Is that it's more of a crisis of connection. I agree with that. We are not connecting anymore. Because we don't have to leave our homes to do anything. We get satisfaction masturbate. We can order our food. I have people come to my house. I literally my shoe person to get my shoes. He'll fix what to call the cobbler. So what they're called move is what they're called shoe. Cobbler like they deliver. Shubert we love Szuber pick they pick the guy who you don't have to leave your house. You don't have to talk to people like there's nothing you know so I feel like there is more of a crisis where lonely. It's like the loneliness epidemic and then as a result that might be making us more anxious than as a result of that. We're not having sex. Well Yeah in connection also is not you if you look at like the Internet right or movies these days is going to sound so old date myself here but there's a lot of fast cuts. Everything is very fast and quick. And if you're just connecting with somebody that gets that's long and drawn out. It's not what it's not. What gives US SATISFY WE WE? We need constant satisfaction and difference. Will this is the teased thing? We're top Do the teas is the best part..

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"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"I guess composing for films what I I saw And it's what I intended to do. I think I never intended to write Serious music one of a better term but that was that was intended till a friend of mine said. Why don't you try and write some songs you like rock and roll and we listened to it and all soy Loyd? Were you surprised when your songwriting wasn't when you weren't writing hit songs longs sort of I mean I remember thinking well this is right down the middle of the middle of the road I was doing my best but I was trying signed Red Sox as people would like you know I didn't do otherwise and then I'd be. They'd get a record of some kind and then I really be left out with the record and then I I didn't. I think that could be a hit. The record would be when I heard. That's an excuse that you shouldn't be able to use you. Know you should make a demo that tells people stuff but I just never did in a lot of ways. It's like I was in two hundred yard dash and I was running a forty. I write the songs and make a piano demo. This is for the most part of my life and that was it. Then I I go to school or whatever I was doing doing And Carole King. I was making a demo and putting strings on the demo conducting strings and and letting people know how she wanted to go. I'm not sure I could have had some success had I. I've been more directive but I don't know it is amazing to me that I've been around this business and in it for almost sixty years Jesus and I haven't had more hits. Just follow me by accident. You think look at that. What in this movie and the likes it? Not I mean it's amazing just by happenstance. Can you think of what the song that you wrote was. That was your kind of song written for you rather than the kind of saw that you thought people might like. Jeez I don't know a let me think you know when I wrote Mama told me not to come for instance I did write it for me necessarily but I mean I did the best I could with it and I didn't think it was hit or anything. So maybe I wrote that for myself but not as an artist I mean. I think it's on like David Fat. By boy I must have written for myself. I knew knew what was going to do it. cowboy even does this song. I I really love called Simon Smith and the amazing dancing bear. Yeah that's one of those earlier one is. That's the first song I wrote. That was like my style Smith was well it had humor in it it sort of a a narrator. That wasn't totally trustworthy made or totally likeable And departed from the normal vocabulary. Things that was used in soft slightly not much. I never deviated that not much from it because I like it here. Oats here a little bit of that song. Okay I'm the.

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"simon smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thirteenth Pro Bowl is gonna be demanded starts a quarterback will open up with two receivers the lead single band right reason the shot got takes the stamp is back worse now he looks he fires right side of that passes drop this across the yard line of thought of or a Cooper pass into the hands you could hang on it yeah that'll bring up the second set so here's breeze maybe playing in his last game we don't all we'll see about his future Jesus talked about it all the pre game show a little bit of a deferred to him let it get to start your Russell Wilson the starting price today this summer the four to one of the greatest of all time he's been here more than anybody else and what is the first all stores before the second doubts that reason waiting for never came everybody started rocket back ritual status the referee for the global today hello my problem here local the local store and moved back five yards to get back to the twenty yard line of the second out of fifteen I think this change the rules the office I would like that also like there would be no no when I was walking guys like their comments to lay their Thomas who could fly out there in the fall a little extra head start breeze takes the snap back pressure behind restricting left side that's one of the numbers by jury the six tight end and it takes up to the twenty nine your not on the road now a third down six billion at sea on the opening possession here the twenty twenty four it's always interesting to see especially as of late five years for five years ago really criticized because nobody tried it was like touch football out there and now we see a handful of guys of the horror of the dollar you always want to gauge early and watches bought as Simon Smith.

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"simon smith" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

14:37 min | 2 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Popular Music's most individual visual talents close quote and quote an extreme example of the singer songwriter close quote who quote represents something precious a serious artist working in a popular genre close quote and by one thousand nine hundred ninety eight the New York Times declared quote subversive young artists hoping to break new ground had better just just give up because Randy Newman has inevitably been there. I close quote that same year variety asserted that he quote belongs with Dylan springsteen and Simon and on the Mount Rushmore of the greatest American rock era singer songwriters close quote and a year later. The Guardian cut right to the chase quote. He is the best songwriter in the world close quote but you don't have to trust journalists and critics just ask Bob Dylan himself who said quote there aren't many songwriters in Randy's sleek. He knows music a song Louisiana or cross Charleston Bay also known as sail away. It just doesn't get any better than that. Close Quote Newman was inducted into the songwriters hall of fame in two thousand two and the rock and Roll Hall of fame in two thousand thirteen but what is perhaps most remarkable about him is that he is just about artist prolific and celebrated as a film composer as he is a singer songwriter indeed his film scores include nineteen eighty one's ragtime nineteen eighty-four is the natural nineteen nineteen ninety s awakenings and Avalon nine thousand nine hundred eighty Pleasantville to thousands meet the parents two thousand three seabiscuit and most famously nine nine different pixar films nineteen ninety-five toy story nine thousand nine hundred and bugs life one thousand nine hundred ninety toy story two two thousand one's monsters INC for which he in his first Oscar on his sixteenth nomination for the song. If I didn't have you two thousand six's cars two thousand ten toy story three for which he won his second Oscar her for the song we belong together two thousand thirteen monsters university two thousand seventeen cars three and two thousand nineteen toy story four over over the course of our conversation at Newman's home studio sitting beside the piano on which he creates many of songs the seventy five year old and I discussed his emergence at the dawn of the singer Songwriter Era A. and why unlike most of his contemporaries he has always preferred writing and seeing songs as characters more than himself how it felt for his original songs longs to win the acclaim of critics and respect of colleagues but rarely a mass audience why it wasn't until the nineteen eighties that he finally ventured into film composing and and what led him in the mid nineties to Pixar and what he makes of his crazy two thousand nineteen in addition to scoring toy story four he also wrote. What a great song for the film. I can't let you throw yourself away. He's featured on five year plan a track on chance the rapper's debut studio album the Big Day which opened that number two on billboard's. US Chart his songs same girl was heard on an episode of HBO's Buzzy New Show Euphoria and he composed his first dramatic score in almost two decades for Noah bombecks marriage story which has emerged as one of the year's top Oscar contenders across the board and so without further Ado but with some wonderful audio snippets made available to us by Mr Newman for this milestone episode of our podcast. Let's go to that conversation. Mr Newman thank you so much for joining us great to have you on the podcast. We always begin with just a few basics. Where were are you born and raised in. What is your folks do for a living. I was born in Los Angeles and my father was a doctor and my mom took care of my brother and and I don't think there's a family more associated with movie music than yours and I wonder if we happen to have a listener who is not up on their history. Can you just share who the Newman family is. Comprised of. It's comprised of Alfred Newman Lionel Newman Able Newman when who were all film composers administrators. Lionel was head of music at Fox for forty five years yeah Alfred this one nine Kademi awards and deserve them. He was really good and he came out here. In nineteen thirty and their father was gone Sam those seven voice and three girls in the Newman family and Al came out here nineteen thirty when he was like twenty nine nine or thirty years old. There's some debate about that winning this war but then the whole family followed them and and when you were growing up where you did you see them at work as a kid yeah I did. I go on the sound stage. I remember I think I remember all about eve. A little bit of wow and a movie called the gunfighter. When I was really young I remember seeing it at the studio because it's kind of a distant western school yeah and I know I remember or like the king and I tercel. I don't know where he recorded little sure from watching them particularly. I think Alfred sounds like Eliya watching them at work. Did it make the idea of following in their footsteps appealing or did it look like something that you might not want to do well. It looked intimidating and whenever I saw him in later years you know after piano working which is what he did all day every day. He didn't seem happy back there. You know deadlines and even good as he was. Maybe because he was good. We worried about little things I mean. He played me things soon. You'll what do you think of this people counter melody and I said Yeah I mean I think so. I think it was when he was doing airport. Looms less awesome okay so now your own music education I read you know it starts out fairly conventionally. You're doing piano lessons like a lot of kids at seven or eight or whatever but I wonder what happened when you went to get actual training at Ucla where you go there but you don't finish their what was the reason reason for that lack of parking in a way I came close. They're talking about getting degree to do something but yeah I was just organized. You know people have counselors there and they say you take this. You take this then when you go to the I. I must have missed that week. 'cause I didn't have a counselor or anything and it was a bit of a mess you know the bad dream that a lot of the people have that they have a test in a class that didn't even though they had I had that how immorality and fell to us who is lenny and had he impact the direction your life. Tuck as you left school at Seventeen. Our parents were already leaps school so I was thirty eight time. I got Latin but let the parents were friends. He was his dad was a violinist in the Fox Orchestra and he was friends. Vow I guess and my father and that's how I met a lending you know we played war war and things like that and he was always remember he'd make up movies. One was called the title because I used to tease him about later. Later platform in the sky is called and he'd make them up and I listen to half years younger than He. I think there are two years. Here's to it's funny. He was the certainly the creative one between the two of us also he was braver. You know wouldn't I go to play songs for people he would have set it up and he would go like mckean judy and play the songs. It'd be very hesitant about audits of the way for a long time but he was essentially if I understand correctly like one of your big champions who said you should do more with this. Let's go to New York. Let's pitch as a songwriter will you was. I mean we went to new. York wasn't surly a pitch but I mean maybe wanted to meet or we wanted to meet. Maybe the Jerry Lieber which we did and did play him some songs I think for and against them on depending leafing well so you do now at that point go to work as a songwriter for higher centrally. At what point did you realize realize maybe I should start singing my own songs too. I started sort of a contract song. We're going to have sixteen seventeen so I'm still going to school and and I never necessarily that I can recall lenny would remember better than I thought. Oh I should be singing recording. I I don't know whether I ever did a couple record. Companies thought that it might be possible and warners and I signed with the wars and this was the dawn of the whole singer-songwriter. I want to read back to you. Something something that you said that I thought was interesting quote. When I started out I was certainly an of Carole King. If I ever had a hero of any it kind it was her close quote. You've also said that your nine hundred and sixty five Song Simon Smith and the amazing dancing bear was quote the first song I wrote where I wasn't trying to be carole king. It was the first song I wrote that sounds like me close quote why was Carole King such an influence and then what it means to sound like what she did yeah electricity fons record and all that kind of thing I liked seem like in those days we were interested in changes changes and she she knew the literature she knew the Song Literature Preceding Nineteen fifty four preceding rock and roll and she had enormous melodic talent Alan. I thought so that was what I mean hero. You know I don't know but that was scratching for an answer right but certainly someone I admired and aspired to be like I thought but I wasn't like her well. I guess the thing that you ended up doing doing differently starting with Simon Smith. It was slamming Smith. I say that because I remember it but I think there's other songs a little odd but before remember what they are but when you say this thing that you were doing that was unusual maybe not unique but unusual was essentially writing from the perspectives of people other than yourself exactly right as you were coming up where other people doing that. Where did the idea even for that come from the other no shyness Shi'as. Maybe yeah I mean. I don't know where it came from. I tell you when I I I know I read things were they. Had that really interested stood me. The Alexandria Quartet for instance where there's four different books different characters perspectives on things and things are not as they seem to. I can't do that in a song necessarily but it interested me you know sometimes aberrant personalities and the guy with the barest harmless but it's exploiting someone somewhere or some bare but I found that interested me and what I write something that pure me. It's difficult will fit. Saul snob to some answers. They wouldn't think big ways amazing calphalon. Is there any reason why you're drawn seems to not only writing from the perspective of others but the perspective generally early of others who are not always the most upstanding enough people well. It's more interesting to me than Heroes Yeah Yeah. I kind of don't believe in it heroes. I've always thought that it's a little I like it better. You know when you're playing tune audience audience theoretical entirely but I mean you don't want to be up there pontificating. Even though you're raised up I like to be on the flats. You know on on level with the idol really like did you can't see but but yeah see. I've always thought mistakenly the anyone could get my song. I mean what's hard about him. There it is my life is good guys. Clearly not someone you'd along. You're bowling team. You know what I wonder is when you started doing this kind of music in your twenties. I guess it would be where these personas zone is a reflection of your own mindset at that time because I've read. You've talked about another interviews. You had something like a dozen car accidents by the time you you were first breaking through. You've said you were a heavy drinker. Were you. Were you upset. About what was your life. I got got songs out of it when I was trying to. I guess with purdue juvenile offenders look at night and I heard my father come in to get me. He said whereas my angry mad that I didn't know what it was. I was unlucky. Lucky you get caught with that. Everyone else did and I don't know what I was angry about today the truth right but yes I was angry. I knew a lot of other people who were chair. I wasn't a heavy drinker. I would say I couldn't have done that but you know we drink drink on the weekends standing outside our cars. You know that was a We'll talk about how the first studio album self-titled came about and also how I guess it came to include a song that maybe is this covered almost any of yours. I think it's going to rain today a which had already been around for a while. You'd already done it yeah..

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"simon smith" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Do you didn't know that you were on the front lines of saving the twentieth century from the tyrants, while you are how you us economist one World War Two, Jim. Two manner critical here Simon coups NAT Simon Smith goes nuts who wins the Nobel prize in nineteen seventy-one, but in one thousand nine hundred thirties and nineteen forties. He was part of FDR's new deal administration, and his colleague Robert Nathan, they were called upon to produce something called the GNP, which didn't exist. I didn't realize before your book, they had the national income statistics. That Roosevelt was using the puff everybody up and make us feel better during the depression. But what was the GNP that they invented? And how did you help fight the war? They produced what I guess would be the first modern GDP numbers during the depression. They really found out that they did not have any statistics to tell them. How do you kinda me was doing, and they definitely didn't have any state by state county by county statistics. So I'm in coups nets developed I with Robert Nathan dealt the first serious methodology for doing that. And that basically basically became a blueprint because not only was he able to tell you based on GDP how much the US Connie produce in any month quarter or a year. He was able to tell you how much you could increase by in any month quarter a year. Dependent you know, based on how much spending and how much of inputs you wanted to put into growing the economy at a rapid rate of speed GNP numbers. The layman is getting into the difference between GDP and GMT is is is not incredibly fruitful way to go about things. But to predict how much material you can have a war, you need GMT numbers rather than GDP in Nathan's created a different system for measuring our output that basically told them the United States on me have this much in forty two this much in forty three and this much in forty four. And then on believably they were right to within a percentage point, and that helped the generals in the admirals plan their offensive campaigns proportionate to what they could deliver on the battlefield. So that they didn't get into a situation they couldn't win and they didn't over promise. There are people in training and preparation for all of the cross-channel in Europe at all also the operations in North Africa. And Italy, we knew how much we would have at certain date, and we could be in. We could be diplomatically and at the same time you'd have to say very carefully preparing the American public for worse ahead. On December four nineteen forty one three days before Pearl Harbor. Stacey made for his analysis wrote. A report I'm coups nets and Nathan help them. Do it told the United States government exactly how much munitions you could have in forty two forty three and gave a good guest to forty four. Right. The military may not have heard all that at that time. But those civilian economists knew exactly how much the United States could produce on a day to war started and looking out three or four years, and there was some wonderful discoveries in your book gem, for example, they discovered that if we the war production that was necessary to produce the material and also to keep the country well fed and growing at the same time if you increase employment and productivity commensurate with what was necessary that would generate ninety percent of what was needed. In other words, growth itself would produce the war materials to win. In the morning. Ninety percent. Every year of the war consumption spending went up to the American consumers spent more each year than the year before. So the entire war was literally financed and production was came out of new factories new new plant. So there is a giant miffed out there that the American suffered and or that centered, but they sacrificed for the war. It was some sacrifice was you couldn't buy car refrigerator and stuff like that. Durables, but they had more income than ever. Women working all of us. Back capacity was being taken up salaries. We're going up prices would be held down to a great degree by surprise administration. The problem not didn't become that the Americans didn't have enough to spend became the exact opposite. We had stopped him from spending some too much inflation wouldn't take off a detail here is because of the work of these economists and the war planning board the planning board, which is a part of the office of the war production. The general Marshall knew that he was not going to have sufficient divisions and transportation both ships and vehicles to do the cross channel what became D day and forty-three he knew that as early as late forty two correct? Correct. If you look at any of the histories, general Marshall was pushing I for a forty two invasion, whatever we had and then for strongly for a forty three invasion that would retake the continent to Europe. And then November he got a full report that said, this is what you're gonna have in mid forty three. And this is what you're going to have a mid forty four. It was an eye. Opening report his staff had already told him in general outlines, sir. You're not gonna have enough to invade in forty three. So when he went to the Casablanca conference in after the after the New Year's and forty three where most of the history say Marshall Ford hard for a forty three invasion. Nothing of the kind happened. There's the the official army histories literally left out whole passages of quotes to make it look like he was fighting for forty three invasion. I have no idea why they did that. But the actual minutes show pretty conclusively that Mossel. But at the Casablanca conference was only interested in getting a agreement to an invasion, and then had agreed that Sicily would be the most likely target for forty three. And told Roosevelt at some point that sometime in forty four is when we could hit the continent of Europe. What are the details? I discovered in your book is that the system set up to finance the war production generated twenty two billion of public debt. Ninety five billion of commercial banks selling war bonds hundred and twenty nine billion of others investing in it, and it was so efficient and so effective that they had money to spend as late as forty five and they paid for everything. Yes. Three thousand years of military history. When when the money ran out the war ended one started to break away from that. But even then everyone was feeling the pinch World War Two the industrial capacity of every single nation gave out long before the money did who's the first war in history where every nation had more than enough money to predict to pay for everything it could produce. Now England was on the verge of bankruptcy because it was buying stuff from us, which is a different world and tell them out with Lend Lease but financial system the Federal Reserve the began in nineteen thirteen at greatly matured during the depression. Found ways to help the treasury. So every war binded needed whether the American people could buy them. And you know, the main reason we sold war bonds, the American people always to take money out of the hands. So they couldn't spend it. We will financing the war mostly for banks buying the bonds and then selling them back to the Federal Reserve. A lot like you see today. Yes. Success of the Federal Reserve system. Also wins the second World War. The book is keep from all thoughtful men. Jim lacy is the author. How US economists one World War.

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"simon smith" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The John Batchelor show. My conversation with Jim Lacey was produced a wonderful and very very revelatory new book, keep from all thoughtful men. You a columnists out there? You guys who are crunching numbers and writing algorithms for the high frequency traders. Do you didn't know that you were in the front lines of saving the twentieth century from the tyrants, while you are how you us economist one World War Two Jim to manner critical here Simon coups NAT Simon Smith goes nets who wins the Nobel prize in nine hundred seventy one but in one thousand nine hundred thirty thirties and nineteen forties. He was part of FDR's new deal administration, and his colleague Robert Nathan, they were called upon to produce something called the GNP, which didn't exist. I didn't realize before your book, they had the national income statistics. That Roosevelt was using the puff everybody up and make us feel better during the depression. But what was the GNP that they invented? And how did it help fight the war? They produced I guess would be the first modern GDP numbers during the depression. They really found out that they did not have any statistics to tell them. How do you kinda me was doing, and they definitely didn't have any state by state county by county statistics. So I'm in coups nets developed, I with Robert Nathan developed the first serious methodology for doing that. And that basically basically became a blueprint because not only was he able to tell you based on GDP the US economy can produce in any month quarter or a year. He was able to tell you how much you could increase by in any month quarter a year. Depend you know, based on how much spending and how much of inputs you wanted to put into growing the economy at a rapid rate of speed the GNP numbers. The is getting into the difference between GDP and GMT is. Is not is not incredibly fruitful way to go about things. But to predict how much material you can have a war, you need GNP numbers, rather GDP hem in Nathan's created a different system for measuring our output that basically told them the United States army can have this much in forty two as much in forty-three in this much in forty four. And then on believably they were right to within a percentage point. And that helps the generals in the admiral's plan their offensive campaigns proportionate to what they could deliver on the battlefield. So that they didn't get into a situation they couldn't win and they didn't over promise there. People in training and preparation for all of the cross-channel in Europe at also the operations in North Africa. And Italy, we knew how much we would have at certain date, and we could be in. We could be diplomatically and at the same time you'd have to say very carefully preparing the American public for worse ahead. On December fourth nineteen forty one three days before Pearl Harbor. Stacey may for his analysis wrote a report, so I'm nets Nathan help them. Do it told the United States government exactly how much munitions you could have in forty two forty three and gave a good guess for forty four. Right. The military may not have heard all that. If that time, but those civilian economists knew exactly how much the United States could produce on the day, the war started and looking out three or four years. And there was some wonderful discoveries in your book. Jim, for example, they discovered that if we the the war production that was necessary to produce the material and also to keep the country, well fed and growing at the same time it that if you increase employment on productivity commensurate with what was necessary that would generate ninety percent of what was needed. In other words, growth itself would produce the war materials to win. Even the more than ninety percent. Every year of the war consumption spending went up to the American consumers spent more each year than the year before. So do you tire war was literally financed and production rose came out of new factories new new plant? So there is a giant out there that the American suffered or shuttered, but they sacrificed for the war. And there was some sacrifice. Was you couldn't buy a car refrigerators stuff like that? Durables, but they had more incumbent of women working all of us. Back capacity was being taken up salaries. We're going up prices would be held down to a great degree by you up to surprise administration. The problem not didn't become that the Americans didn't have enough to spend became the exact opposite. We had stopped him from spending too much inflation wouldn't take off detail here is because of the work of these economists and the war planning board the planning board, which is a part of the office of the war production. The general Marshall knew that he was not going to have sufficient divisions and transportation both ships and vehicles to do the cross channel what became day in forty forty-three. He knew that as early as late forty two correct? Correct. If you look at any of the histories, general Marshall was pushing I for forty two invasion of whatever we had and then strongly for a forty three invasion that would retake the continent to Europe. And then November he got a full report and said, this is what you're going to have in mid forty three. And this is what you're going to have in mid forty four. It was an eye opening report his staff had already told him in general outlines, sir. You're not gonna have enough to invade in forty three. So when he went to the Casablanca conference in after the after the New Year's and in forty three. Where most of the history say Marshall Ford hard for a forty-three invasion, nothing of the current happened. There's the the official army histories literally left out whole passages of quotes to make it look like he was fighting for a forty three invasion. I have no idea why they did that. But the actual minutes show, pretty conclusively Mossel. But at the Casablanca conference was only interested in getting a agreement to an invasion, and then had agreed that Sicily would be the most likely main target for forty three. And told Roosevelt at some point at some time in forty four is when we could hit the continent of Europe. One of the details, I discovered in your book jam is that the the system set up to finance the war production generated twenty two billion of public debt ninety five billion of commercial banks selling war bonds hundred and Twenty-nine billion of others investing in it. And it was so officiant and so effective that they had money to spend as late as forty five and they pay for everything. Yes. Three thousand years of military history. When when the money ran out the war ended one started to break away from that. But even then everyone was feeling the pinch World War Two. The Dutch trio capacity of every single nation gave out long before the money did who's the first war in history where every nation had more than enough money to pay for everything it could produce. Now England was on the verge of bankruptcy because it was buying stuff from us, which is a different world and tell them out with Lend Lease but financial system the Federal Reserve began in nineteen thirteen at greatly matured during the depression. Found ways to help the treasury. So every war bonded needed. Whatever the American people could buy them. And you know, the main reason we sold war bonds the American people was to take money out of the hands. So they couldn't spend it. We will financing the war mostly for banks buying the bonds and then selling them back to the Federal Reserve. A lot like you see today. Yes. There are a lot like success of the Federal Reserve system. Also wins the second World War. The book is Keith from all thoughtful men. Jim lacy is the author. How US economists one World War Two? I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor.

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"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's amazing just by stance. Can you think of what the first song that you wrote was that was. Your kind of song written for you rather than the kind of song that you thought people might like. I don't know a let me think. You know. When I wrote mama told me not to come. For instance, I didn't write it for Meena -sarily. But I mean, I did the best I could with it and. I didn't think it was a hit or anything. So maybe I wrote that for myself, but not as an artist. I mean, I think like David fat by boy, I must have written for myself. I knew it was going to do it. Cowboy even does a strong. I, I really love called Simon Smith and the amazing dancing bear. Yeah, that's one of those earlier. One is. That's the first song I wrote that was like. My style in what Simon Smith was? Well, it had Umer in it. Sort of a narrator wasn't totally trustworthy, maybe or totally likeable. And departed from the dorm vocabulary things that was used in soft slightly. Not much. I never deviated that much from it. 'cause I like it matere here a little bit of that song. Okay. I'm make goo out..

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"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on No Agenda

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"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Z in the well links is amazing new means characters are almost always wrong coming at the world sidewise little bit tragic were a little bit foolish if theme in his songs tend to be revealed through irony simon smith brags about his standing accepted loved secure but listen carefully you'll hear the huge fooling himself he might even know it i mean this happy song this jolly song it opens with desperation i may go out tomorrow if i can borrow a coat to wear you can hear the thirst there the poverty and fear the whole character is built on that and then there's that pair of questions at the whole thing turns on their love us won't they they feed us don't bay why is he asking wisely telling us i mean certainly we can say that to be fed to to earn a living is not to be loved but i don't think you even have to burrow vat deep because their questions nonstatement say it's not they love us they feed us the narrator tries to assert his comfort and security but even the consummate showman can't sell that love as fact it comes out with a question mark at the end in his ain't seen all nova's war the dog bull thing is may's there isn't a performer alive who doesn't want to be loved as a long for acceptance.

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"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Every week we like to wrap things up on bullseye with a recommendation from me it's the outshot randy newman grew up in show business his uncle was a film composer actually one of the greatest film composers ever randy started writing songs from money when he was still a teenager for even got out of high school but reynie newman also wears show business uncomfortably like an itchy jack he knows it's phony and he knows that as glorious as it is showbiz is a losing game the performer never get what he really wants out of performing we want to be loved it doesn't work that way performance the acclaimed the applause the laughter it's all a simulate grim of being loved it transitory its ephemeral its transaction all its artificial it's a stand in for the real thing that story the story of the gap between applause and actual love is at the heart of one of randy newman's first great songs randy newman wrote simon smith in his amazing dancing bear and 1960 seven a gorgeous guy named alain price sang it it was a hit in the uk price ended up playing in the animals were there burden but when he's plunking on the piano you can hear a bit of that english music hall sound hardworking old time show business as lease land manuel 'this is all stopped his land is emphasis simon smith.

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"simon smith" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"simon smith" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"I love this this uh inspire robot took over facebook for me this and yet it is fantastic a new a is appeared on the wilderness the web and it goes by the name and spiro bought it designs inspirational posters for you should put mood if you bastia land among the stars type quotes in his steady squeezie pleasing font plastered onto a cobbing pretty background image of deepspace or flowers or the sunrise or something there is a link in the show notes to iflb science which has a smattering selection of them um i suggest following them a inspire about on facebook and you will get a continued stream them in your feet if you haven't already familiar friends reposting them keep panicking for the win this is genius and ended the funny thing here is i i you know i did my own inspire about posters which was great in when i was listening to the sam harris gavin kelly podcast this morning they said specifically when the a is become the funniest person on the internet then you know we're fucked and while we are against fira bought pretty much just blew out of the water on that yes these are just unbelievably fantastic uh they're so good there so cuts okay anyway speaking of good i just like the story in american man has been arrested for scamming three nigerians turnabouts fairplay funders i just wish he was arrested i wish he got away with it i know it is it's a so basically up as banned marker ramirez allegedly got over half a billion dollars out of three men after promising to secure the us passports so uh can bad too bad he got your ballot too bad we should have just stuck with emails you didn't have to go over there in person of emails now my favorite person of the of the week here as simon smith.

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