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"stanhope" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Could be at risk. Daniel Pinto's CEO at stanhope capital, among those forecasting some big changes for the banks that dominate small town America. You're going to see a wave of M and a. Luke Ellis CEO at man group says on top of murders more small banks might flat out go under. I think that we will have significant number of more banks that will not exist 12, 24 months from now that exist today. And he says small community banks are especially vulnerable as we move money at lightning speed using our cell phones. At any time of stress, people are going to move their money to one of the banks that they think the government is behind. And that means the deposit base of any of the smaller banks becomes flighty and the moment you've got banking doesn't work if you haven't got a stable deposit base. And on top of all this local and regional banks are also vulnerable to commercial real estate lending. And all the empty office buildings out there right now. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio, and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. We're hearing about a couple of other banks who may have an eye on buying Silicon Valley bank, which of course collapsed a couple of weeks ago. Our source says valley national Bancorp and first Citizens Bank shares are both trying to buy Silicon Valley bank and have submitted separate bids for SVB to the federal deposit insurance corporation as of the deadline last Friday night. Our source says the FDIC is expected to choose a winner in the sales process, and that could happen as early as this weekend. No final decision has been made, and the FDIC could still decide to hold on to Silicon Valley bank or maybe sell it to somebody else. Less competition and little choice. That is the upshot of a national poll published Friday regarding the fusion of UBS and Credit Suisse banks. Fully three quarters of those responding said they believed that the Swiss financial sector as a whole would be weakened by the deal. They say UBS's emergency buyout of Credit Suisse group threatens to drastically shrink the financing options for small and mid sized companies after the fall of Credit Suisse, which had promoted Swiss entrepreneurship. Switzerland's banking regulator says Credit Suisse group faces the threat of a possible probe and disciplinary action over how top managers ran the bank in that lead up to its collapse and take over by UBS group. Finma president Marlene amstrad was interviewed by the NZ am Santa publication. Amstrad says whether to start fresh proceedings remains an open question, a spokesman for Credit Suisse declined to comment. Finma has come under scrutiny for whether it should have done more to prevent credit, Swiss collapse. There are lots of questions about the outlook for commercial real estate with people continuing to work from home. Luteus has said landlords face a 10% revenue hit on empty your offices. Jonathan Miller is president and CEO of Miller Samuel. The work from home phenomenon has fundamentally changed the metrics of commercial real estate. And the idea that people are going to return to the office 5 days a week is simply no longer a viable assumption. And we're already seeing that play out in the security swipe data from castle. We're seeing the numbers serve stuck at about half, meaning about half of the work of the buildings are being used compared to their pre-pandemic usage. Jonathan Miller there of Miller Samuel. Chocolate fans may want to start saving up Bloomberg's Nancy lions explains. Cocoa prices have climbed to their highest level in three years due to worries that there could be a drop in supplies. Farmers in the world's number one cocoa producing country, Ivory Coast, reports smaller than usual beans being produced, making them less attractive to buyers because they require more processing by traders and chocolate manufacturers. Farmers though say they're optimistic that the mid crop season will plug the shortfall. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and over 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
"stanhope" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Are we playing Doug Stanhope? You say Because Doug Kazarian is named Doug, of course, and we're trying to figure out who's the most famous. Doug Who's your favorite Doug of all time? Because Aaron is now mine. Me? Yeah, I didn't know him until today. Doug Stanhope, for me is second because of this beautiful song. She never looks back. But Myron, who is your favorite dug outside of Kayseri. It has to be Dougy fresh. Think Doug E. Fresh is probably hiding a lot of a lot of list man and speaking of country music. I heard. I hope you listen to Nellie's new country album. He just released that missed that. Unfortunately, I'll look, I'll look for it. Mine would be the off forgotten Doug E. Doug, who was not only a star in Cool Runnings, which is a great movie, but has the name Doug twice. And I think he deserves a lot of credit for that. So I'll be your dog. That's right. This would have been a very different conversation. If my middle name is John. I was apparently very close The John Douglas so But a very much first. You sound like a civil war. General. Yeah. John Douglas. You know this whole this whole topic came up because we were in the break, just chatting and Somebody in their thirties said, You know, I don't think I know anyone under 40 named Doug. And, uh, Myron as someone who could maybe identify are we now the owners of just old person names we are. I was actually the waiting room one time, and they called Myron. And I stood up and eight year old gentleman also stood. It turned out they were calling him, not me, So I never have had those bumpers you've got. You've got one of those names like B or something. Hazel, where it's like, we're not going to see a lot of Hazel's anymore. Unfortunately, You can tune into a crosstown rivalry United. The Mets host the Yankees coverage of Sunday night Baseball begins at six Eastern on ESPN radio, ESPN APP and at seven o'clock on ESPN. Uh, for those of you who haven't listened to this show, it's unfortunate. But Maren Metcalf has to things that he loves. One is the Cowboys. But thankfully for all of us, they played Thursday night, so they're not on the agenda today played great. But the second is Aaron Rodgers, even though America sort of turned on Aaron Rodgers this summer as he flirted with Hosting, you know, let's make a deal or whatever TV show was available at the moment. Myron still believes he made the quote earlier today. He's not the best player of all time in the NFL, but he is the best quarterback, which makes no sense since, he said. Tom Brady was the best player like Tom Brady has skills outside of quarterbacking. You know, I don't remember him playing safety much. But you do love the guy and I do think I will say this. This is important year for him. Obviously, If he goes somewhere else, he wants to show how good he is. But I do think when you do what he did in the off season, when you sort of make it about you, then you better play or every time you play bad. Everybody's gonna go go host jeopardy. He plays starts today against the Saints. It's my lock of the day. Do you expect him to have a massive year? I do? Um, but that offensive lines conservatives concerning me. David Bacteria. Being out for six weeks is a concern. But I do think Aaron Rodgers is the greatest quarterback we've ever seen when I say that Tom Brady is the greatest player we've ever seen. That's based on accomplishment. You can't You can't mess with seven Super Bowls like he's in a category of his own. But if it's just who sounds like your message with them, though, it sounds like you're messing with them. I remember thinking Rogers listen to different categories. I respect both guys. Here's the thing. Yes. Aaron Rodgers made a big fuss in the offseason. Stayed away from the team Wanted more respect, Doug sometimes greatness needs a break. Okay, sometimes greatness just needs to step back recover. And I think that's what Aaron Rodgers did. My biggest thing was if the locker room is with them. I don't care what Matt the floor thinks. I don't care if the front office things as long as his guys are backing him. Then things are all good and everything we've heard so far says there behind them, largely because they know he's their best chance to get to a Super Bowl. My concern is if this team gets off to a rough start That's where the issues emerge. That's when the storyline of and Rogers maybe playing his last season and sort of auditioning for other teams that he's going to join in the off season becomes a bigger challenge. And then you get guys going well, Wait a minute. Has he already moved on, and then the friction becomes a bigger story line. That's my concern, But if he plays well, none of that's gonna matter. Something is off whether it's just relationship with him in the front office. There's got to be some teammates that were turned off by what he pulled right. There has to be now. All reports can indicate otherwise. And that's fine. But yes, at first, I don't think this season is going to unfold perfectly like the last year did or the year before, when they went 13 3 in the regular season. And obviously, things could have unfolded a little bit more favorably for the Packers in the NFC championship game, But they did not, and he's only been to one Super Bowl. I'm with you, though, and I was teasing you about the the word salad you were throwing at us with the greatest verse best. I think when lost records for quarterbacks like the dumbest stats and sports. I mean, Tom Brady lost the Super Bowl when he set every record in the one with the Eagles, right. He was amazing, so he should be punished because his defense wasn't And then he got Super Bowl wins early screen when he was sort of a game manager because he just was so young in his career, So I just think it's kind of silly. We throw that around. We can't have it both ways. Call it the ultimate team sport. And then also put the win loss record on the quarterback. I understand it impacts the game, more than any other position, but it's still this. There's conflicting arguments in terms of today's game. I'm fascinated by this, though. And Matt, You said you expect the Packers the role I don't again. I also said I'm a Jamis Winston apologised, but it is. Let's be clear what you said. You said that the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the greatest Quarterback player or whatever you want to use the words, Myron you. You said they would have gone down to New Orleans if they had played Jamis Winston instead of Drew Brees, another Hall of Fame quarterback who also magically grew hair, which I think is amazing. So they're getting enough attention, by the way, so the fact that you believe that Makes me not trust your pick today. Drew Brees and his noodle arm. Mind you..
"stanhope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Here? Let's move on to another one. Let's go to Andrew in Stanhope. Andrew, you're here on the show. I was in the Javits Center with the North Police on a rescue run. You're right. But I want to say first I loved What Rudy said in a I work moment on the world that way. You're very my last year. Yeah, very much food. Are you still with us? Yes, I'm still with you. Hopefully. Okay. Better there. Yeah, for a second. I was that I worked part time at windows on the world. And as you know, everybody was killed. That was there. I wasn't there that day. It was part time, but Rudy spoke at a funeral in the big I think, saying Andrews and what you said was awesome. You said you learned Growing up in New York City, not to fear people that look different than you and I loved it. I just thought that was great. Hillary spoke she, she said good things but normal. You know, like sad, but you weren't sad. You didn't have a sad face just stood up. Got up there. You said that. And then there was. I just thought that was so great that you you lead in so many ways. And also seeing the police coming in with the police and seeing the people hear them on holding signs. Even inside cafes. People would look out through the windows and they would see North police. And they would stand as still clapping. It was just It was the best on inspiring the best of America. 1000%. Mr. Mayor, you want to respond to you? I mean, the reality is that, uh, just when it was amazing, uh Bernie at some point said to me Because the police were being cheered every place they went and and, of course, the firefighters, he said. It's a shame. That they had to go through this. For people to really love them. And I thought, Oh, my goodness. And then when I think about last year and now and I can't pass in New York City police officers are going up and hugging him and saying, you know, take care of yourself and be careful. They are remarkable people. I think anybody that gets up put the uniform on walks out. And doesn't know if they're coming home because they're protecting other people there in a special category, The New York Times wrote an editorial criticizing me for the for the Twin Towers fund. Because we raised like $230 million because it was easy. Believe me, Uh, that's where that's I gave 10 million back to the to the Arab Creep who wanted to criticize American farm. The princeling the one you throughout the princess, the Saudi. The Saudi, remember? Yes, I remember that creep and he's like one of the richest men in the world. A little group. Also one of the biggest crooks, but that's okay again with $10 million back, returned it. You know what I think? When I returned that I called up. Beth, who was a widow built better is one of the widows and she's my assistant. I said Beth I'm going to give this money back, I think, but it's not my money. It's your money. And the other other widows, Uh, said, Would you call around to something? The widows and see how they would feel about it? She called her back in 10 minutes. I'm not gonna tell you what she said to tell him. Mm. Basically, I'll give you the good part, she said. We all feel it's blood money because he had criticized American foreign policy. Basically, he gave me the check. He like economy. He gave me the check..
"stanhope" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Rock music. Renaissance hippies drugs and a sexual revolution and in late seventies williams helped lead. It's comedy renaissance man so stand up giants get going in san francisco or at least a spend a significant amount amount of time there early on a men even at the holy city. Zoo like a whitney brown laying. Patch dana carvey margaret. Show will durst ellen degeneres. Bob goldway dana gould. Jake johannsen patent oswald. Laurie kilmartin marc maron. Aisha tyler the amazing. Jonathan larry bubbles brown and on and on we says he found out about drugs and happiness. During this period added the also saw the best brains of my time turn to mud too much drugs all things in moderation especially drugs. Drugs can play so much rougher with some than others mall for legalizing them but also for advocating that you you know you probably should maybe not do they get along with me. But they don't get along with a lot of other people and some belongs me. I'm not gonna if. I can go crazy on meth or heroin. Nineteen seventy six williams star. Really begin to rise what he was named a finalist in the first international open stand up comedy. Competition held it. Joe nebraska's showcase a nightclub in san francisco. The competition became known later as he san francisco international comedy competition and it would run every year from nineteen seventy-six until covert shut it. Down in twenty twenty williams took runner up. Nineteen seventy six to bill farley. Poor bill he later retired from stand-up haunted by a beating robin williams. That was basically his main claim to fame is it. How did this guy beat. Be williams poor bastard. Snl wayne's world Dana carvey would win the competition. The next year nineteen seventy seven will durst would win in nineteen ninety-three. I would open up for him at punchline in san francisco for twenty years later jake. Johansen one hundred. Ninety six opened up for him in tampa The tampa improv twenty years later and has great times drinking and getting goofy with him that we can carlos rocky reno nine one one. He won nineteen ninety-three opened up for him in omaha. Little over ten years later also had a blast during after the marc maron took second at your patent oswald took fifth. Doug stanhope one of my favorite comics. Wanted nineteen ninety-five dane. Cook was the runner up that year. David crowe the first comic to take me along on the road as an opener. He one thousand nine hundred six and on and on and on worked with a ton of past winners. I competed in two thousand three. Didn't quite make the finals. After finishing as the runner up and the competition sister competition the seattle international comedy competition two thousand and two rob pugh one san francisco. The year. i competed great. Funny guy still torn up in canada. john fox the promoter for all these years love to proclaimed this competition launched the Career of robin williams. And i guess it really did. Help him with some buzz and extra confidence. I always thought johnny lewis. John was full shooting a lot of ways. I was bullshit about this but okay fair. Was buzz metre.
"stanhope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Wondering. What are the president's thoughts on anti R system curriculum in the classroom? The president believes that in our history, there's many dark moments and there is not just slavery and racism in our history. There are systemic racism that is still impacting society today. And he believes, as I believe as a parent of Children that kids should learn about our history. So as of the the spouse of an educator, and as somebody who is continues to believe that Children should learn not just the good but also the challenging in our history, and that's part of what we're talking about here, even as it's become politically charged. So people are taking that as he's all force critical race theory. I don't think that necessarily is. I mean, we were going to teach about September 11th. That's probably the most horrible day in American history. We could name one even worse than December. 7th. 1941 when America was attacked, but not on our own shores. And there were three uh, you know, there were, uh, a number of people killed but we teach about that because it's a terrible situation. There are situations with the American government sanctioned things that were terrible, and we need to teach about that. But the where where? I think we're going the wrong way. Is that we do you do not teach to students presuming anything. In other words, you don't come in and say, Look. All you white students. You don't know anything about history and sit down. We can explain to you how this all works and just understand it. We know you come in here with an automatic dislike for other people. That is only going to prolong the problem. The problem is that only 5% of Children's books have minority characters in them. When the Children go out in the real world, far more than 5% of the people that they meet are going to be minorities, So I think it's really not a matter of lecturing. It's just a matter of exposure. More people are exposed to each other. Surprisingly, the more they get along. And I learned about the Tuskegee experiments. And I learned about slavery in school. But this kind of you know what you're hearing. I played this clip about the Georgetown students. I won't don't worry, Rich. I'm not going to play it again. But the Georgetown students that they were saying America is is racist, and it's only good if you're white. I think that's what people have a problem with that. They're trying to defame our country. We got a lot of people that want to talk about covid about the masks about the vaccine there now keeping their doors locked and bolted. They're afraid Biden's coming through with Kamala Harris to jab. Um and I'm kidding. Let's go to Ted from Forest Hills. Yes, I know what I wanted to say. There's not even a vaccine for AIDS yet. There's not even a vaccine. Don't know how they're going to get a vaccine. You know, uh, that's gonna work for the Covid. Uh, people should be allowed to do what they want to do. But they also should be, uh You know responsible. Responsible. Yeah. You want to say to Paterson? That Mrs in there, man, the only thing he did wrong, he didn't and the trigger What What is he? So about George Zimmerman? Jesus, Mary Joseph. You know he didn't work. I don't even know I'm not even getting into that. The fact that you've got like the D A S won't prosecute, crush any shoplifters that steel less than $500, But that's not a conditioning. Funny when you get arrested. Show the police officer the receipt right Since this is 1 to $95 and get out of here. Exactly Exactly. I stole it Fair and square. You've got crime surging all over America. Okay, we're hearing. It's it's getting so out of control in Chicago over 100. People shot over the Fourth of July weekend alone. This and that you see in San Francisco. What's happening there? All the big retailers are shutting. A lot of the retailers are shutting down Neiman Marcus Broad daylight. There was a Robbery of these expensive bags and people are getting shot and gang wars and drive by shootings. A one month old got hit with a stray bullet. And yet there's still this huge concentration on getting people vaccinated and having people wear masks are like placing more and more restrictions on people that are law abiding. And that just want to live their lives peacefully. And meanwhile, the criminals are allowed to run wild and do whatever the heck they want, and they're so concerned about us being vaccinated. Then what about the migrants crossing the border? They don't care if they're vaccinated, but they care so much if we are let's go to Andrew from Stanhope. Hey, what's up? I think with critical race theory I want to talk about We do teach all those things. Slavery and Tuskegee. Yes, moments like just so It's a myth. Like right out of the gates. They're lying. But when we teach slavery, what we leave out is that it was Governor Patterson's party. The Democrats were the slave. Pro slavery party. The Republicans were the abolitionist party. Jim Crow was Democrat. The Democrats supported segregation and now we have a horrendous 68% out of wedlock. Birth rate in the black community caused largely by Democrats parties, which Obama said is more damaging than racism, So they're only selectively picking truth. To get to their end objective of You know, all parties evolved. Okay. All parties evolved because clearly you're not pro slavery. Governor Paterson in, uh, no, not at this time, but I see I see where they're getting at because I was watching the Real Housewives of New York. Okay, I know it's sad. It's a hard it's gotten. It's gotten so horrible now Real housewives and they have a new character character, the new woman on Eboni K. Williams. You know, she used to work here. She was actually Curtis, co host. And she said, Uh, if you are, you're either a white supremacists or you're not. There's either you're either you're white surprise, something like that, like either you're white supremacists, or you're anti race or something like that. And and then people were asking her wolf. What to find somebody is a white supremacist, she said, Well, one of the main reasons as if you voted for Trump. Now I'm not saying all people that voted for trump or white supremacist. But if you voted for Trump, there's a good chance you're white supremacists. And that's interesting because when she did the show here She was kind of supportive of President Trump. Really? She says she was She said it on that show. She was never supportive of him that her mother voted for him that she is not for Trump and she was saying all these things about him and I'm looking at her. I hope some of the callers will check in. I didn't always hear the show that much, but I did hear it. I always thought I respected her, but I always thought that her point of view was was, you know on on the conservative side, by the way with respect the last call he is right at the Democratic Party was one at a post slavery in the Democratic Party. Uh, under Woodrow Wilson was about as antagonistic as any president toward African Americans..
"stanhope" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"G included for $30 a month. When you get four lines on Xfinity Mobile prices may vary in are subject to change. Reduce speed the 20 gigabytes per line. Three. Now New Jersey one at 1.5 fast traffic well some of the nasty afternoon thunderstorms coming through Sussex and Warren into Morris County route. 80 started to slow down a lot into Rockaway out towards the Stanhope for Saturday, so you'll see a lot of headlights and wipers turned on together. Friday. Traffic along the parkway getting slow Essex tolls down to 1 42 more bunching up farther down the line. South of 98 2 91 that again they're aged 82. There's also a crash report on the parkway South near Exit 69. Watch for that, on the shoulder of the road waiter by traffic started to build up both spurs down to the car, the truck lanes and then it gets a lot better to 27 Not bad to get down to 4 40 Wave crash Closing 27 in the Franklin Township Kendall Park area at Route One is a crash in Edison north of her by parsonage Road. Tom Rivers, New Jersey traffic North. Jill Maira, New Jersey Traffic South. What a mess in Mercer County to 95 North is crawling from exit 68 at Princeton Pike to exit 69. That's where we have an accident. A car fire a messy scene, and it is closed from exit 69 to route 31. Now. Also, we have jam packed traffic with the detours. Traffic is crawling on to 95 North, exit 69 to route 31, but also to six is affected from 2 95. Down through two Exerts crossing road. Also, if you're on Darryl Lane, you cannot make a left. Turn onto 206 and coming from exerts crossing road. You cannot make a left turn onto 206. So keep this in mind. It's a messy scene in Mercer County right now, your best route around. This is if you're coming from the Ewing area to take 31 to get route 31 to get onto 2 95 instead. New Jersey Fast traffic every 15 minutes. Next.
"stanhope" Discussed on WBUR
"Money change my family's life. Uh, no. No. Okay. That's something we learned from the film that you look good in uniforms. I mean, I mean, I'm not to fill the shoes. Money did I mean, but but that's why the acting comes in that best, doesn't it? Okay, I'm just, uh, honestly, I commend anybody that goes into that job because I couldn't personally do. You know, these are two different conversations you last summer, speaking about racism and policing. Versus you last fall, speaking out about racism in the film industry, and the Star Wars franchise seems like two different things. But the more that I thought about it, it kind of feels Pretty similar, like I don't know. I kind of imagine in some ways Star Wars. Feels like the police force of the movie industry. It is ubiquitous. It is iconic. It is larger than life. There's a mythology around it. There's a legion of supporters who would do almost anything. It seems to uphold that brand. It feels as if like. Both are these behemoths that are hard to tackle. I mean, yeah. I mean, stop always comes to the challenge, but I always took it on the chin. I mean, you have to understand that Sometimes when people heard what I said they'd be like, you know, Barman. Just shut the hell up, dude. Like you're making all this money and you're in this position. A lot of people don't get that opportunity. But, you know, I'm not gonna have to sit here and lie to you and say that when I started industry, I had him thanks to get out like One day a year in your flying Peco next day, you know you're making millions working on red carpets like that's a transition. You know, I don't wanna be who it but it's a It's a bloody experience. But then what, then happens when you go into a space and you see that there's further elevation. Yeah. I mean, you see that there's you go in there thinking that you know the hamburger and fries that you go was the best you're gonna ever get not knowing that is out of the green. They get in a side of bacon. They're getting a stake in them and you know, and you know, it's not until those kind of things you know. Happening. You're like I don't want to sound complacent. But shouldn't you know? I mean on. I think those conversations too should be had I'm glad. I'm glad at the time I was able to say something about it. And then also when that conversation is now out there, smoking two actors who have said now now we could make a reference, bro. You don't understand. Now we can have a discussion with the director. I'll see that my brother like I would A lot more of a black person in this are full of my character will make more of a strong decision are full of cash. You know what I mean? Now we can have quoting you when they're asking for more. But that was a reference. You can say well, but was also kind of like cool, though. I mean, it must feel nice. Good. You need to get that because there's not a reference you okay? Cool. You know what we remember that we read the gym bag situation. And to know that I'm kind of like, you know, maybe, you know It can't be used in a zoo. A nice kind of jump off for for other conversations are not now going on. John Biogas spoke with fresh air guest interviewers. Sam Sanders Sam is the host of the NPR show. It's been a minute John Boyega stars and red, white and Blue, which is part of the anthology Syriza Small acts. The entire Syria's streaming on Amazon Prime video. After we take a short break. Ken Tucker will review a new album by Sofia Kennedy, who makes pop dance and electronica music. This is fresh air. We're funded by you, our listeners and by speakeasy stage streaming songs for a new world. Jason Robert Brown's musical about life, love and the choices that define US starts may 26th speakeasy stage dot com And Stanhope framers committed to producing handmade museum quality frames through sustainable practices Now by.
"stanhope" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Disappointing amazing to me. How few people and also a few people who have gone precise way young people old kids about the concept. I think in many respects not particularly wealthy. But i think the more wealthy you all. You know the more. John's is there are actually getting this role. So you know. I think making money is one thing as you coming from. ended very wealthy. I'm seeming now. Very old people that created hugely successful businesses listed or otherwise toilet and then they have the you know the the challenge of in what to do with money. Give it to my kids or grandchildren. Do i get them involved in the business or do i don't get him involved in the business of a capable of getting involved in the business more importantly to they want to then is facing how they view money and wealth than the value. They place on that and in many respects again regardless of whether you go twenty thousand dollars go two billion dollars. These decisions that you have to make in sydney unite probably should be thinking about some of these things and the younger the better so that soon i would give an troy gave his best outcomes of my own kids. That's great advice in for the listeners. Out there if you're a man or a woman you know it's time to talk with your kids. Use this discussion. Would with michael here as a starting off point. And you're a young person this this go talk to your mom and dad about investing. It's a critical thing in you. Know one big thing that's really changed compared to my parents. Generation is dead. My dad worked for one company his whole life and they had not only a pension system but they really helped him invest and you know most people are out on their own these days and you know you do need help in that space. I know in my case. I started my nieces when each of them i have five nieces and when each of them turned eighteen i would fly back to america for their high school graduation with thousand in my pocket. And i'd say we're gonna start an account in america. I had him started at vanguard. And i said you just gonna own a mutual fund that owns every stock in the world and just contribute to bad. I had a little bit of different case because my nieces were not interested in building. Let's say a stock portfolio or even interested in the stock market. But just because you're not interested doesn't mean that you can't put the power of the stock market to your to your advantage. So i think it's an inspirational story. What you've told and hopefully can inspire the listeners to get out there and get started. Yeah can i just come in on what you said under. Nothing's completely correct. I mean you. It's all still very difficult as you say. I mean there's a lotta people can help but you do need to take some personal responsibility forward as well and it's very difficult for a young person. I'm as like In when you will fat an old you'll know when you young Energetic and running round maybe then you not thinking of your health what you eat in the same way that you will. In the by the time. You sort of eric Equally got to try and encourage people and get them enthusiast. Take about taking some level of interest in these things..
"stanhope" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"And in my case we only publishing on the sale side they get your responsibility. So i'm going to all these countries from allergen tina to the us to turkey to just about every country in asia and as long as you sold something and came back with a bit of linney. They were quite happy to set you off on your next trip. So you're right. It's a motive fun. Well now. it's time to share your worst investment. Ever since no one ever goes into their worst investment thinking and we'll be tell us a bit about the circumstance leading up to it and then tell us your story yes only gave a gave this call four and it wasn't necessarily investment but i will give you some specific examples. It was more like Breakdown in the investment process. So you know what i'm about to say isn't necessarily unexpected. But certainly when i was younger i didn't know much about investments and he didn't have any advisor so now we specialize in wealth management. And it would be unlikely. The i would make these mistakes today. Vicinity when i was younger reflecting back golden. You know. I wish i haven't done them. But equally was a good experience and expose them to state was that i used to try and make investment decisions myself when i obviously was capable or competent or qualified to do so and said the every mistake going is when i've taken a short to view online investment as opposed to thinking about things in the lonesome. So i'll give you. I'll give you a few examples. Still on the property. Side say was very partial reasonably clever with hindsight that the age of twenty three. I went and go morgage and i bought myself. A house. aide else failed. Which is in south west. London will south london wimbledon. And i am in the paying ninety two thousand pounds for this house and i go to mortgage in those days. You had a choice of the type of mortgage you go. You can either get a repayment mortgage which is typically what people were dead or in this in this case yet they used to persuade you to get a mortgage where the principal remain the same that you were supposedly saving money into an investment scheme that would make enormous amounts of money in addition to pay off the principal which inevitably never happened and it was always a bit of a scam. 'cause oversee that enormous fees involved. The an i remember the bank sending me a letter or the instead the provider of the mortgage to say that. I was actually now going to have to make significantly more payments. Even if i ever wanted to pay the principle of let alone in i pay Get get any money return. So he is off the buying this house for nine. Nine hundred thousand pounds. I decided that i would sell it. And i sold it for one hundred fifty thousand pounds and i remember. It's all i'm thinking. How small was white made money on this on this house. And he's still to make sense in some respects because is now living in asia. A national get living in the house now oversee now when i look back and i reflect on that decision. I'm assuming that house bill's failed. Today is probably was a million pounds. Plus and i would be able to rent that house out for a significant amount of money. And they starting your money in the mortgage which is a whopping ninety. Two thousand pounds is blended away into insignificance. So did i made the mistake. That then decided to compound that mistake several times in my life so i also bought the pump in in sydney which get only decided to sell for some reason i cannot remember why also bought a house in sydney though i decided to sell and then the other mistake as i've made of the property soy is the.
"stanhope" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"In this case yeah they used to persuade you to get a mortgage where the principal remain the same that you were supposedly saving money into an investment scheme that would make enormous amounts of money in addition to paying off the principal which inevitably never happened and it was always a bit of a scam has low fellow risk-takers and welcomed to my worst investment ever stories of loss to keep you winning in our community. We know that the win in investing you must take risk but the wind big. You've got to reduce it..
"stanhope" Discussed on Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
"So prevention of trafficking to me fundamentally involves some basic elements of of development but really targeted development. The as i said in the end of my book the war on diarrhea may not have the same sexy ring as As the war on slavery but when when diarrhea is the number one killer of children in the developing world. Needless needless deaths right and when so many desperately poor families are faced with a health crisis. Go into debt bondage as a solution. Could we not invest in preventing those needless deaths and preventing that health crisis and preventing that daas preventing that death That the bondage i. It's a this a fundamentally. We are focused on industry because industry broken out our millions of jobs. Billions of jobs if you go across industries. The apparel industry seventy million jobs alone. This is a place that is a tremendous opportunity. It is also a place where there is forced labor. It it harbors that it doesn't need to and so prevention from me is about is about creating jobs that are actually what they say they are which is opportunities which is pathways to mobility which is pathways to prosperity and there are best practices out there. We've seen suppliers that when we approach them. Say this is not who we are fundamentally. This is not who we are and they change and that to me is exhilarating. Because of that can be scaled and ultimately if those companies that won't change our put out of business and those companies that will change grow to be the norm dominate the market. Then then we're talking about prevention at scale and for me. That's that's exciting. I love that an education is a key to helping people know where to begin that prevention digging a well so kids have clean water to prevent. Diarrhea is prevention factor in as far as education. One of the challenges. That i've had is i've been able to get in front of some corporate leaders here in california and they're just like this is so much information and so. I found a new way to use the sweat and toil app that department of labor produced and has thousands of pages of research behind this app. You can go to the grocery store and you can look and see what products are being produced and have been on the shelves in our consumer platform here. That use child forced labor Adult forced labor and make a decision not to purchase that. Well that's a pretty whack-a-mole kind of idea from my perspective. But now i'm having my students. And i'm sharing with corporate leaders. You can actually use this to find out where you might expect. The next w are owed happen with those kinds of products so you can look ahead and see in on an app on your phone and it seems like a very simple tool but it is a way for us to begin to be more tuned in to what's happening across the world because we are all connected this eighty percent number. I'm just still reeling from that. Because we think we have governmental boarders and yet corporate reach is not restricted to geographical boundaries.
"stanhope" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
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"stanhope" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"His yeah A cop pulled me over on the way to the show. He said any idea why. I stopped you and i said yeah so. Would it be less windy. While we talk india he was. He was the headliner on stage. At the comedy works the first time. I got on stage and i talked to him afterward and then about boy years later epelde me aside and called me out and just you know he me to riot act of nineteen sixty three he goes. You know you can wipe the floor with these guys. But you don't want to wright jokes you wanna keep drinking and snorting coke be my friend be my guest goes but if you ever put your mind to this you could be really good like he read me. The riot act and i walked to the bus station. I'm like you know what i'm gonna go back and beat them up like that. Was my answer like some guy tries to help you. And i was so fucked up then i went to the bus station and i can't believe that guy talked to me like that. I had a white t shirt on like just a regular white. T shirt were like hooded sweatshirt. You were going to go on stage like that tonight with a white t shirt really. That's why ages read me the riot act and i went back to beat them up but he wasn't there and then i see him. Maybe maybe five years later. He's writing for. Brian duncanson number brian document. And i actually just started talking to him again on twitter. I love that he just shoulders is bad. Beat from american idol and runs with it but go ahead sending my love. He's a good guy. I was around here. I was in a room called. I forget like in somewhere in. La it wasn't it wasn't a comedy club was just a regular room and matt woods came in and saw me blow the fucking room up and i remember coming off the stage and going. That talk really helped you. And i said to you how close came to getting beaten at night you fuck and then we became friends. And that's it. That's what life is all about buddy but let's check in with each other in about a month. Let's do this again. Absolutely sir pleasure work a foggia house bingo doing She's pretending not to be in the background. Okay send my love. Colorado lobola baby. Hey baby what's happening. You sexy by the puck in somewhere. I was listening to the whole thing. All right great to see you. I love you. What one of those times. Someone said me. Oh joe dias.
"stanhope" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Mail for adver. So i blew off. The iowa girl left her with becker. And i'm going to work. Rene and that girl gets pissed. And she goes and fucks. Becker get me back. Yeah my friend never gets laid. You're gonna fuck them. Heartbroken heartbroken fucking weird times. Doug i just wanted to see a man. That's it i wanted to. I made my last line gas. You fucked when you sent me. That i was such a depressed place like fucking joey as fuck. Yeah that's that's exactly what i needed in my day was. Hey we're gonna talk. Yeah i've been really thinking about you a lot ever since i left. La just because you got me started. There i would have. I would have never gone that. It wasn't for you new year's talking me into going down you talk me into it. You an appeal but we start. We both our first headliner was matt. Lloyd's who was the first guy with four. Yeah pretty much denver. Sonya wikipedia age get trusted. But i triple run. Was with matt woods and i've as recently as yesterday i've quoted matt woods bits. Yeah i forget what happened to align is out there. But i could do like a like a two week triple run with by first headliner on my first. A serious road trip tour added do his act to this day. Buck twenty nine years later. I could do is a squirrel. Squirrel ever squirrel in dow. But he did. what was the one i quoted. Oh.
"stanhope" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Wanna talk to. You can writing a book. I wanna talk to you about your book. Yeah it's been. It's been a struggle. I've been trying to ride for eight fucking years. I finally broke down and got a writing partner and she makes life a lot bumpkin easier. she lives just. I just listened to the episode. Forty one it makes life a lot easier. Because i don't know what the fuck i'm doing but i got like three or four books in my head that i liked to write and there's no time to do when there's nothing going on you know i wrote i show a guy. I don't wanna be on tv but we ended up writing o'clock in little spec script. And whatever i wrote what would him. I don't wanna be on tv. That's all acne. I wanna do is beyond these people. Don't understand tv's the the amount of work that we got into comedy to not have to do for link sixteen hours a day on anything i want to go in. I don't mind you want me to do a dunk stanhope show. I'll do it but do me a favor. Shoot me out quick because after six hours talking around and smoking dope and eating edibles lines and then you're going to get pissed off at me so before that should happens. I rather just shoot me out quickly. I don't mind going on at six. I'll go at six. Just get me out by one or two but the state. They were all fucking day to do one line at midnight. I'm done with that shit that that stuff is done. You know comedy rooms. Like i said i don't know about going to fucking airport and i. I can't see myself at an airport right now right now but maybe i'll be a little different. Yeah i ve vastly. It depends on when you talk to me if you talk to me at eight o'clock at night after several cocktails i'm i'm big on projects and i want to do stuff and then i i wake up at fuck you know. Six fifteen in the morning with the dog want to walk of fucked. I don't want to do any of that. I wrote down a bunch of notes last night of all these things. Then i wake up like this laying on the couch. She'll way more than all those projects when the pandemic whereas fit and they would just canceling months member in the beginning it would begin at the beginning. I was the last show in seattle and they closed that down. And this is the routing. I had was seattle to baltimore to boston back to san francisco for three days and as i'm flying to each these places she before the show but getting the governor comes on the tv says no more crowds more than two hundred and fifty people magoo b.'s. Lead slide. They go probably a lot of no-shows anyway where three fifty. But it'll probably be two fifty with the no shows. We did that show. I fly to boston. The governor as i'm landing. No horse shows they cancel. I fly to san francisco. They going into lockdown. I got my last flight to vegas. I wasn't even playing. There's just going to see hannigan. The scotsman and the fucking governor comes on and says okay. Vegas is shutting down. Everyone has to be out of their hotels tomorrow by noon. And then i Fuck domino's chasing me of fucking governors shutting shutting everything. Before i got all so mark walking crazy it will energy science fiction everywhere going. It's getting worse. I was making jokes in seattle. I was trying to tell people who fucking lick their neighbor like trust fall. I shook every hand. I didn't take it seriously whatsoever. A march seventh speaking of seattle doom. What drove you to the gig and the trailers and it was snowing. We had the dog. You wrote a bit about it that the dog was all the new support. You remember how. I had the fucking tampa and you came to. I opened up new year's eve with you. I dating chris off with the girl free carol. Yeah i talked dan. How's la right. Yeah you got to say hello. I'm godfather first son down in florida and living it up there. I i want to apologize because the the metoo era i did. I did take a naked photograph of view and now i need to reflect apologize. Remember that you're am joy. Still have it so hard beds. And i understand now. There was a power dynamic. You're staying at my house. I shouldn't have put it in an uncomfortable position. Just because you had a giant fucking cock. And i feel bad about that and if i ever find that. You're i'll post my apology with the picture on twitter. I wish you'd do. I felt so empty. Loss almost join chick. Rahm yoga actor. It was a toss up between big rahman signed daljeet. That's that's how fucking susceptible was get the funk out here. I my dick. Those days.
"stanhope" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"The guy from Whatever fucking that that crazy guy from that show where they hurt themselves. I used to see him. Going into seven stevo. I used to see stevo going into that liquor store on the corner sound across the street. Some eleven rousey bay lived on gardner yup without jody furred ig those a minute whereas selene hinojosa was their state of my. Yeah yeah we had installed recreated that that same building where i lived on curse on hannigan was living there. Erickson and carrie. Mitchell were living there. I guess they both still have apartment stairs. But yeah it was a whole audi compound after a while once. The comedy store huge. And i'd fucking love. There was nothing more exciting for me when the comedy store dig. A huge was to go back because it was. It was like going to the after party at montreal. There's that that many comedians of that top level all hanging out in that back bar with carrie. Mitchell and i would never do a set. They're just go in and and treated like a high school reunion our member. I'm tired. I just remember being there once when it was like at its new york. Hi and rogan coming out go. Do you have to move back here. It's a new renaissance comedy. You have the you have to move back. Move back now. You're missing all this. I'm happy visiting all this. It was too much man. It really had become too much. It wasn't even comedy anymore. I was like this pumpkin. Grandiose oh type deal. I don't know what it was. I miss it. i was there. I'm happy i was there for twenty years. Thank you for calling scott. Grow me and give me a reference but it was time to go i. It's almost nicer day. Kind ended because of covert rather than just meandering out other seen. Now you can blame something now. You can blame a disease on it rather than just got two full of itself eventually no one game of fuck. Yeah it was. Just an. And i think i think comedy had just changed. How manages was sending comics out. And the way they were booking New has just agreed. Fast man it was just too much. And i got caught in the cycle of it and i didn't like it. I was like what the fuck is going on with me. This is what i wanted to do all my life. But i'm not happy doing it. The whole scene was overwhelming. All it was too much anymore when yeah when you get to. A certain age. Eighty eight his eyes on the road. I don't. I don't hang out after shows on the road through last several years. I mean i'll go back to the hotel bar and drink my tour manager and you know my the other comics that are on the bill. But i wouldn't go to bars anymore. It's just that the swell of people. I don't have the attention span and i always feel a fans they're like. Yeah i wanna say hi all my fans and but the this say eight people having a conversation over each other at emerged booth and it's fucking exhausting boston. That always feel like in given enough like i need. You need more than a show. You need them. Takes your okay. I get it. I've never been picture. God and i hate. I don't know what to do with my face in a picture. But i'll do and then by the time that that can last longer than set or you just taking pictures by the time that's over. I don't wanna fuck and talk to anyone so yeah going to the comedy store where do wanna say hi to all these people. I felt like the cliche of. Oh he's looking over his shoulder to see who else is more important. No i just have this many people. I haven't seen in ten years. And i wanna say hi to them in a night so yeah that would get a little overbearing yet to get a little guy little weird on the road. I'm really happy about poland in the sense that you don't have to take pictures. No more fucking comedy show. That's it it's just a comedy show. You know the pictures was getting out of control. You know women touching you guys grabbing you. It's like you know. I don't need this shit. I enjoyed the completion of the circle. You know doug they watch his special they listened to your podcast then they come see you live. We shake hands and that's a completion circle. That's how social media works. And i enjoyed it. But you're right. There's some people who if you gave an they want a mile. It wasn't enough. You know you take you. Take a picture with them. They come back as you leave. And i didn't like the picture. Can we do it again. Can you call my tiny. I don't know how to use a run. Hey he'd tried come on his fucking get miata. Here's because when you come on stage you're in the fucking you're still in the heat of battle head and then you have to go immediately into politician mode and smile and shake hands and thank you for supporting me and your hand is still in you. Good night now. Well my thing towards the end was just give them such a great show that they don't wanna meet you like tick like just give them the basha fucking The best show you could give and the day like i was doing theaters at the end and the theaters are telling me. You can't go outside because we won't start the show on time we'll net. We can shot of here on time and it started bothering me for a while while also started realizing that my second show was a lot better when i would do meet and greets after the first show i would eat a bag dicks the second show. 'cause you just talking for fucking iowa you're answering questions people want to ask you about what you sell rogan's episode. Oh yeah yeah. I don't remember what i ate for lunch yesterday. And sadly and you repeat something from a year ago. I have no idea what you're talking about so that did get. That's the good thing about kobe that we don't take anymore. I mean all that shit has gone. You know hello nice to meet you and move the fuck on but the pictures was getting too much. It's like. I don't go to dinner before comedy. There's a reason like when you go to somebody always calls you and says can i buy you dinner. Of course what can we do lunch. Now do seven o'clock and then they bring three people and then it becomes a game of fucking jeopardy with the questions and by the time you go to actually do your forty-five minutes spot. You're burnt out from talking to dinner. Always trying to find something in the moment in the news in the day in the world..
"stanhope" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
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