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"stephen jim" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:46 min | Last week

"stephen jim" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"Stolen a rembrandt in the seventies and kind of pioneered using it as a bargaining chip to get out of jail. But he was in jail at the time so he couldn't have done it but he was also although an independent operator tied in pretty closely with a lot of people who were more associated with with the mob in boston. He's even pulled off certain other heists with with some of those people who are connected to it and there was a a mob were going on there. They were factions. Going against each other. There was kind of a power vacuum. It was sort of a perfect storm. Creating a scenario where people are not sure who who may be went off on their own to do it. And perhaps whoever did it as we allude to in the show was doing it to potentially get a bargaining chip to try to get maybe a mob boss out of jail because they were being heavily prosecuted at that time by the fbi and that was another reason. The fbi was focused so heavily on the italian mob there that maybe their attentions weren't as as much as they should be on this art crime. And you know. I mean a lot of people you work you deal in the art world mostly. Obviously you know there are outside people who don't appreciate it or expected or have any knowledge of it to that degree and they might think well. Yeah so they stole some paintings or some some sketches from five hundred years ago. Okay well we got you know we. Yeah people dying here or we have the thing that that's going to make my career. If i bust part of the loco stra here right. And one of those guarantees these bob denard and he's particular. Evidence around him is has been immaculately and Forensically research by stephen jim. he's this great legendary journalists from the boston globe. Who was involved in the spotlight team. That's been mythologised on film in that great film spotlight and stephen were with you in the production. Right and he he's a he's a major talking head in the series but also he's his case you know suggesting that that do not involve is incredibly compelling. Isn't it it is. Yes steve's a great guy you know has kind of his life's work and he wrote a. He wrote a great book on this called master thieves. That came out a few years ago covered it extensively in the boston globe We had been talking with him since the beginning of the project. He's always been a resource and at least on background information and Yeah so he kinda consulted with us and and it was definitely someone important to kind of Contextualized things bring on board to explain. But yeah bobby d. Naughty seems to go kind of connect to everybody. In this thing he links it to the mafia he links it to miles connor who had surmised similar robberies..

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"stephen jim" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Always got to be exploring those types of things we got and to your point when they have highlight packages at the end of the day. Okay you sit down at eleven at night. Are eight o'clock nine o'clock at night. Which i do here because we're all the sports are done by then time here. All the highlight taxes all the top ten stevie all the all the game day highlights right all of it. Okay is about offense all of it. Yeah okay you. Don't you ever go wait. Did you see this highlight here. Okay galardo is coming down the right side. Okay on the half boards or whatever. Now watch this move here. What the defenseman comes across and check some amazing gap control. He wrote him out beautifully. That's the end of the highlight not. Anyway we'll take a timeout on the program. When we come back this will make you feel a bit old tiger woods. Son is playing an official tournament. Despite can we'll get to that. After these words what a year it has been and like to take a moment to say. Thanks on behalf of insurance ontario to all the listeners. For their support to stephen jim for keeping us entertained everyday and also like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season from all insurance ontario. Your modern boutique broker. Jim is a full service commercial and fleet dealership for years now. Jim nez supply the ottawa area with ford worked trucks of all sizes to get the job done right whether you're in towing landscaping or moving jim k. Solutions from small things like delivery vans right up to the f. Seven fifty if you can't find what you're looking for. I'm betting the gym. Kt we'll find it for you at a price that fits your budget jim. Ford you'll drive orleans or jim. K ford dot com. Give the gift of health this christmas. Popeye supplements ottawa gift. Cards are a great option for that special person in your life or maybe treat yourself and as a bonus. Popeye's is a free gift to go with every qualifying gift card from shaker cups to towels to gym bags. Yours for free. Happy holidays from popeye supplements ottawa. Glenn walton team would like to take a moment to wish you nothing but happiness in good health. This holiday season safely surrounded by family and friends glen. Thanks ottawa for the support and partnership and looks forward to working with you in the years to come happy holidays.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I WANNA. Hear how that all enrolled and then like click on the click on the guys coming out of the helicopter Oh this is the executive producer. This is sky's the alternate key grip and That could be a little bit more fun I. Think for now all set all settle further being a mole on Amazon period. For that The to up there because the versions we get our to grading I keep looking in shopping for for the mole season two on my Google Tab and doesn't show up you're. Young. And I thought about buying the season one DVD's about three episodes into this process but then they're not in high def. So they're not any better than what we got join a point. I think like. In my my I don't know are either of until the great British bake off and he yes, owner will so. They have it's not like hosted by just one person. They have like two more sort of like the MC's and they've got to judges. So it's sort of like a four headed beast I think like if you're not gonNA have Anderson Cooper or somebody of that Anderson Cooper. Level, I think that there could be something interesting to that if the mole wherever be re conceived that you have basically like a mole patrol hugh have the team that the mole is working with as like people that you get to follow each and every episode it's like top chef where Padma and Tom and gail like. Any other reality show that that has like a war season one of American idol or they had that guy that wasn't seacrest. That's right. I forgot about that. Yeah. Like that. You know. I think characters are always good in a spy story I. DO wonder what happens when you bring someone into the story who definitely knows the answer to the riddle and you let him interact with the other people on the show I think that creates a problem like I do not know if either of you I I'm sure everybody has seen it at this point if you've seen knives out. There storyteller. Alert. If we're forgetting well, not GonNa, I'm not going to reveal. Everything, but there's a character in knives out who they demonstrate is incapable of telling a lie. and. So that is how you navigate your way through this morass of people telling different lies because you know this one person absolutely cannot be the murderer because she's already said she's not the murderer and. It's way more complicated than that but you know that everything she says, you can take at face value right and I, and it does make structure of the story a little tighter in a little easier to follow. But I wonder if putting that into our spice store, if you have one person that has all the secrets. That makes it harder for the players. I think it also I don't makes it. It's going to make it less satisfying for the viewer. I think one thing that that's tricky that about the show for the for the for this final episode. Is that we go into it with Steve and Catherine and Jim in those are the three and Jim Waivers a little bit I guess is what we're told eventually. But like Stephen Jim are really locked in Catherine, they're like me you know they they don suspect they don't suspect anybody else they think that it's Catherine and so now the finale has this awkward job and Catherine frankly has this sort of awkward job of like pretending that Catherine's not the mole. So I feel like I I don't know what the fix for. That would have been like I. Did I did feel sort of structurally in in retrospect maybe an unenviable task for the story structure of of the finale although I guess like in hindsight, there is sort of this tension of we come to learn. You know when Catherine is unmasked and Catherine is the mole at like she wasn't like a self loathing mole being the oldest tough. It's tough and like a lot of the strain and the tension that she was feeling was all like really genuine and she talks about how like We see that like she had like right before that final test like she was just too much too much. The producers having the like break down that wall. Great great everything's Great. I don't know I think that that's tricky though I think when you find yourself in a final three situation where two people are locked. And loaded on neither of them being the mall and they both agree on the same person I think that that just meant making. Everson. So slightly challenging in terms of the. The presentation of the thing. This is this is one person's opinion. I get what you're saying I. Think it's something that it's a flaw in the machine that I don't know if the mole ever fully figures this out I know we're already people are furiously typing like someone that has seen.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

06:47 min | 9 months ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Yeah we get a little bit of the how does everybody feel about about everyone? Again like I I should probably be tracking this more. This feels like is there is there are there actual clues to be gleaned here? Catherine saying Kate is desperate She's desperate with small things that don't add up Jim things that Catherine it's much tougher than she looks at Jim is suspecting Katherine I feel like Jim is a good person to align your with as he seems to be very strategic about game so I like that. Jan thinks it's suspicious that Catherine Steve Rx. So closely working together I guess it's worth noting it seems like, Steve Because. Jen also had the comment earlier in the episode that Stephen Jim seem like they're really really tight right now. So Steve just like playing this super social game where he's in with everybody he's in Charlie as well. I guess he didn't take it too personally that kate tried to assassinate him. So that's Game steams like sort of the hub of things right now. more thunder someone's to leave and he's like this is very, very sad. Very upsetting somebody has to go so sorry about this. Tough game tough game, we entered the names randomly. Katherine. Rinne. She's. Stephen Green maybe he's. Jennifer read Oh surprised I. Don't know who I was expecting, but like you can never really tell. You never really tell who's GonNa go home in the mall. Well. This kind of plays into some feedback that we got. I think is a fun question that we can. We can ask that Henry Wall wrote twist this week. And he said, so we know who Josh thinks is the mole why don't you ask him who he thinks will win the show I would be interested in hearing his thought process on who has a witter's at it. Yeah, I would say Jim. Is is is standing out to me in that regard right now. Because he's the one who's talking about the game. So thoroughly, he's he's getting like that Richard Hatch it to me it feels like. Man. So that's the thing. Though because after Jennifer is gone, we're left with with Jim Stephen Catherine, Charlie and Kate, and I love Kate but I don't feel like getting a winners at it and I don't think Charlie and Steven are getting a winters. I don't feel like either of them compete them. If one of them's the bolt that's crazy and very funny. But I think that Catherine is the bowl. So I think I'll stick with I think Jim is winning and Catherine the ball and those are my predictions right? We'll see we'll see fair enough. That's all. That's where all land for now, rather than be offensive fencer channel, just give you the finish back. That's how I feel. Jennifer. She's gone, but she's she's happy because at least she's got to go with her on the long ride back to to the US A and they're probably experiencing a rain delay, right? Like they're probably in Spain for at least another day or two with this weather. So that's nice. That's a conflict. You can have some big gray sandwiches while they wait what is fast. This him. Anyway, that's that's the that's the end of Jennifer. airy sad. Any any thoughts on on Jennifer that you were both having when you're watching the show for the first time any reactions that you remember feeling of losing Jennifer at this point? I mean she's a great character. A lightning rod for conflict, which makes her an extra great care. Exactly. Yeah I thought. I. Never once thought she had a handle on who the mole was or that she was the mole. But I think she definitely brought something unique to the table and I was sorry to see her go. That any final words for Jennifer? Show I'm just always disappointed to see Linden leaves. When these things tend to be so male dominated. So often, what's the split right now? Three men two women, right? Yeah, it's actually stayed fairly even on this show. I think in part because there's nothing you can do to get rid of people. Really. It's just purely on merit as discussed before. The OB- obsessed I feel like. I don't know I. I don't know if I thought that Jennifer could've won this thing necessarily that she was getting a winners. But she was getting a very fun at it. There's such a great moment when he says al-mistirir, she was a good player. She was my ranch. She is my friend she didn't die. Thing, we show her. But. He's really leading into this idea of flake. No no harm. No foul in this game. We're all still be friends once it's over speak to this so. Never GonNa talk to any of you again. Friends with them now. So He's dead. Is He really? Yes. Oh Sorry. -rupt. But yes, he passed away a few years ago I'm sorry. All Right Charlie I said he wasn't friends with people at the time of the show either. Well. There's that. The now of two thousand when this, right? Now, now, a thundercloud over my heart. Time to cloud over by art. Charlie live on mole patrol? Yes. You're pressured show continue. All right. That's the episode. That's the episode. Any other feedback that we got that you WanNa you WANNA throw our way and we got a lot of interesting anecdotes like people's personal relationships with the locations from the show, which which is really entertaining. And a couple of people have written about this over the last few weeks, they're giving away things from future episodes. So I don't really want to lock that up yet we're keeping that or keeping that lockdown tight but. There is we did have we did have a Writer inner who wants to remain anonymous but who lives in Spain and said that they were at a summer camp and the summer camp has a branch that actually stays at the hotel that was that was pictured in this episode so. Yes they. Apparently, it's not such a nice hotel that it can't be overrun with children who are trying to learn English play golf. Okay. Earn was the description. Yes..

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"stephen jim" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Right They are taking fifteen k out of the pot. Go find. Here's here's the map as he sets it on fire. And so they send Jim off to to run. Interesting that they kind of make that snap decision, it seems like Jim being the one to go off when the one earlier in the episode being like be very careful about choosing when to. Leave somebody alone us I I thought that those two things connect well together to great taste great together. But the thing that really excited me was when Jim finds them and. This open and shut case of hey stop. Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop. Everyone you get right. We are losing money on because we've already done this. And that's the gimmick. And what was awesome is that this game engenders this level of paranoia? And I also think to an extent like he's getting like. Dumb, dumb, Stephen and the bullheaded Charlie. Being like I don't know about that. And so they get into like a little bit of a fight of like I. Don't know that contract you, Jim. You're a game. You're very proudly like intellect, the mechanics up the strategy, and what if you're the mole? That was awesome that there is this talk about that everybody who is watching from the other room. That was a really awesome piece, and so I think there's a thing. Yeah. I want to actually I'm going to need to check in with his head on this, So said I'm going to dm you something before I bring it up. Okay. I'm just so that I make sure. I'm not spoiling anything sure. I think it's interesting. Pause this is that. The the possibility that potential of someone earning exemption almost creates like a temporary second mole. Relations so that even if you think you know who the mole is, you, don't you don't know Jim was offered the possibility of an exemption. If you went and stopped the second team from answering these questions, we know that as the viewers, but if you can put yourself into the mindset of those players don't know. They have no way of knowing if Jim is telling the truth or not, for a multitude of reasons, yeah. That's one of the things that I. Think is really elegant about the game design of this show. Is that there are these moments there two of moments in this episode. Where Kate is whether or not caters the mole whether or not? Jim Is the mole. Kate specifically has. The opportunity to to sabotage a challenge, she is at least temporarily the mole. Potentially. Jim Because something like that has just been introduced to the lexicon of the Game Jim is now being looked upon as well. Maybe you're angling for some sort of exemption so I think that they've wake very cleverly seeded how? I. Don't know how crazy this this game can make you and like I think that the build on. It has been very appropriate that this is where we are we or Rather than it being just from the jump I think it's been like a really natural. Good build did this moment of paranoia where and it's the right combination of people too were. Jim Is that. Yeah. Well, that's exactly it. Jim Is the wrong person day to send into this mix, but also you have the twin dynamics of Stephen and Charlie being very closely aligned Shirley, not trusting Jim but Stephen Jim. Working together as well. The fact that Stephen Trust. Jim Is the reason they stopped the whole thing. The first place right because they've said that Jim in Steven have bike. We've shared some Mintel at this point. I think that they've said something like that earlier in the in the season. Yeah, yeah, yeah, and Catherine. Catherine's not fighting to harden this, either and so I'm thinking well and the difference. In students from WHO's going to take it easy is in who's going to take it easy. There was no structured time limits in making that decision. Whereas here, there's a little bit of production error in that the second team has already started in. They account for that later, but there's already the ticking clock of the longer you deliberate making this decision. The more time the other team has continued solving the problems in taking money out of the pot. So there is a greater motivation to make that decision quickly Charlie. Go Run through this university, the old the old man. You're going to send him running. I mean to Charlie's credit. He actually just seemed to be in really good shape age, and you'll continue to see throughout that like he.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"And CEO Aviva which has been an amazing company. Thank you so much coming on the show. Sir Thank you take a look at the stock. Take a look at the chart. Every time it got hit and there's some analysts who decides not growing like it used to. It's been the right time to buy including this one may have money. Spent GIFT from Britain is glad and then the lighting is. Are you ready? Skiing he's running David. David what's going on with blackberry. Absolutely not too. That's why I think you ought to take that money. Does anything by Mar Bel Tak. Because Five G. is king. Let's go to Sean in New Jersey Sean. Hope you're doing very well doing my best missing my wife how about you. I'm good You want intuitive surgical wasn't Vinci of star search winner now. We know that a lot of being interrupted for hospitals cove. It but that is a crackerjack could company and I love the product. Let's see what don't use it represented hospital. They did it to raise money. Let's go to Jim Massachusetts. Jim Jim thanks for taking the call. Reports visor and visor funding came alive with pleasure. It's been one of my dow stocks that like along with Burke which also moved to live. Let's Cressey out. Poignant Crass Hello Jim thanks for taking my call. A first time caller. Okay but my wife Barcode I are longtime of your show. Thank you Mario Jim. I'm looking at you know V. L. I. N. how we look into Novia. You know I mean this is look okay. You and Margaret has to listen and listen good. This is one of the System Plymouth meeting it from where I grew up. I ruined my bike there and I gotTa Tell You. I think that this is we know. It has the most speculative of the stocks that we're going to talk about today. So have you inhale speculation? You can put one twenty three money no more than that mortgage going to yell at you. Let's go to Carol New York Cow. Take Him I never smoked in Adobe. Why why not a big position Johnson Ryan do someday? I mean I is unbelievable. He is money that companies quit. My daughter uses the product dot. Force's makes great dresses Let's go to the fashion thing. Let's go to Steven in Maryland. Stephen Jim First Time long time. I just WANNA know Lombardo gu-guy no you are. What you doing with Penn National Gaming High have fake. This thing's GonNa end and Portnoy is gonNA come out on top. He should send me in the Nordic American tanker but now no no. I believe in national. But it's not gonNA happen fast because Cogan. Let's go to Henry and California please Henry Jimmy. Who spirited that is beautiful vantage point question regard the vile bb over? It's right next to Merck How to speculate for this guy? I'm sorry can we go to Guar- on in Tennessee on I want to talk about Simon Property Group? Okay all right so David Simon has paid out. Are you ready? Skied adding thirty three billion dollars in distributions. So before I say it's a read and I like it I am going to not dishonor him like that. I'm GonNa say David you come on the show and you explain how you above all. We'll get through this because if anyone's going to get through then my friend. Lloyd it will be David. Simon David Come on the show and that leisure collusion do military banks.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on The Pulse

"One thing I didn't really WANNA use as a heating being source for that's Chelsea again like sixty five percent of families here. She hates her house with a woodstove. It's black with the little door for putting wooden and a wide stovepipe coming out of the back. It is no filter to keep smoking ash out of the cabin. The way more expensive woodstoves to Chelsea says would cost one hundred dollars for a truckload wood pellets burn cleaner but would cost twenty dollars for a small bag Chelsea. Says she can't even consider electric heat. The she wishes she could when it smoking. It triggers. Ethan's asthma he gets really mucus. Like boogers. And let you can hear it. Inheritance bloggers and he'll try to spit it out and sounds can just to try hi to keep him healthy Chelsea mixture. The stovepipe is always clean. So smoke won't blow back into the cabin and she always has pot of water on the stove. So they're steam in the air the Boxers told us make sure you have a pot of water to keep the air kind of humid for them not dry when federal agencies like the CDC have tried to help lower asthma rates on reservations. The efforts have often been met with resistance. That's why on some reservations. Researchers and healthcare providers are trying new community based approach is is our main goal is really educate the nomination especially with the hospital staff and also the school. There's a program run by the University of Arizona so now working on Community Asthma Education Stephen Jim as the project manager. We want to educate this. Asthma's these are what triggers are before foregin to that extreme level Jim says educating the community has been challenging for one thing. Asthma is still such a new problem on the reservation. There isn't even a word in Nava. Hofer asthma so it's hard to explain to grandparents who are often the caretakers. It's a chronic condition. That needs regular medication. Jim says his goal is is prevention teaching caregivers to help avoid medical crises. Ten years old now and he's doing better ethan. In one of his brothers were sitting next to their mom eating chips when she told me. The doctors put him on a new medication and he hasn't been to the emergency room since he's been doing pretty good impede and stuff breath and Usually I usually tell them like if you're GONNA go running maturity support. Before he does his workouts. My assistant make plays football and tackle title. Ix wanted him to get better. That story was reported by Eilly Chenille. We're talking about new today and by the way you can find the show wherever you get your podcast. wood-burning is a driver of air pollution all over the world world. That's a big problem. In a lot of places like India and Africa where people rely on wood and other really smoky fuels like Dung to cook their meals. But what what was.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Autosomal and now he's dominating the world of on demand audio and he's doing it for the working man this is a good outlook beautiful Oh shit off my brain this is Steve Austin on the League is lead to another class Steve Austin show every week we are bringing two thousand fourteen a name you may not recognize what the Bat oh you definitely know his work he's created some of the classic tunes that you guys know from your favorite Deby's superstars we're talking struggle Steve Austin Shawn Michaels Bret Hart re Talking Undertaker DX and Stephen Jim do talk about some stories is behind those songs and kind of how some of those things came to be some of the little tidbits that you may not have known about how those songs were created behind the scenes so this is a really cool episode thing you guys are GonNa dig it this man is definitely somebody you should know about and we're going to be doing it up on this classic episode today hey all right let's get it to this day in history today being October seventeenth got a lot to cover here start off nineteen ninety-one WCW in Baltimore Maryland view TV champion stunning Steve Austin fought Dustin Rhodes to a draw then we go to one thousand nine hundred ninety two in Saint Paul Minnesota we should attacked he match of the Hollywood blonde it's a Steve Austin and Brian Perelman defeating Shane. Douglas and Brad Armstrong yeah because Ricky steamboat was in the semi made event tagging with Ron Simmons to defeat Tony Atlas and the barbarian a great tactic by the way watch them W W ninety two it's it's wild stuff but I guess the parents really there was a main event that was supposed to feature Ricky steamboat Scott Steiner and a mystery partner versus Arn Anderson Bobby Eaton Steve Austin and that did not take place as advertised that sounds kind of lake it was set up when the dangerous alliance was still around but apparently a that did not stick around so yeah there is no match that took place at such and also Road Warrior Hawk was backstage at the show and maybe he was give you the special Oh guy I don't know but that's the story behind that event nineteen ninety two to nineteen ninety-three I'm going to say was Atlanta Georgia it's a WCW main event broad cast featuring Steve Austin defeating Ron Vegas that is vinnie Vegas is cousin Ron Vegas then we jumped at a WF in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine in Cleveland Ohio it's No mercy nineteen ninety nine with wwl world champion triple h defeating Stone Cold Steve Austin in a no holds barred match this was Steve Austin's first match in over two months since losing the title at Summer Slam Nine Hundred Ninety nine in this match the rock interfered and accidentally Steve Austin with a sledgehammer causing to lose and after the match Steve Austin chased triple h backstage where he escaped in a vehicle thanks to China then we stick around Cleveland in two thousand at a wf raw taping I think he might be one of our I if not one of the few two thousand instances that we I've had here since we've been doing Steve Fossett history but this saw Chris Jericho and the tag team Champions Matt and Jeff Hardy of Fighting X. Park edge and Christian to a no contest after everybody started brawling in the ring and for whatever reason Steve Austin came out to the ring in the midst of all this chaos and laid all all six air before doing the same to the referee and Sargent slaughter he was definitely raising some hell that evening in Cleveland Ohio and then finally we cap it off in two thousand five at a live dough w. e. raw broadcast in Sacramento California. Let me run this down a lot to get to here but here we go visit man comes out on stage talk about Ross's firing the previous week McMahon mentioned that there were rumors that Steve Austin may be coming to the Reno later on but he was prepared to beat up Steve Austin iffy we had to then of course later and show our boys Steve Austin showed up at a pickup truck and drove it into the arena demanding that Vincent man come to the ring to address this Jim Rome allsteel out came Stephanie McMahon instead announcing that Steve Austin may have a chance to get jr has job back if he defeats Jonathan Coachman at Taboo Tuesday and then to cap off the segments Steve Austin Confronted Jonathan Coachman at the commentary table pouring beer in his cowboy hat so that's quite a bit going on that day in two thousand and five in Sacramento California that being this day Stevenson History October seventeenth against information of course from the history of WB DOT com all right thanks for listening and we will come right back with Jim Johnston on a classic episode of Steve Austin Show college football fans eight brush up on your football knowledge then enroll in the dose Akis College Football Football College where you'll learn from brilliant football minds Jay Cutler Martellus Bennett Katie Nolan and John Bacon the man who wrote the book on College Football not only will you win every football argument to.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"And we're back right now on the reliable sources podcast I'm here with Diane Foley and Art Salt Off Art. What motivated your son Steven to to go to these conflict zones to try to figure out what was going on? He did reporting for a number of news outlets including C._N._N.. <hes> and as Diane just mentioned before our break <hes> he was a freelancer just like Diane's son Jim so <hes> both were. You're in the field without all the protections that you might have from from a big news organization when you're on staff what motivates Steven to go and do that work as a freelancer the answer Stephen a win on a trip to Israel and while he was there he just fell in love of with Israel and the Middle East and he wanted to go to school there when he came back and he ended up <hes> registering just swing into a school there and he graduated cum lobby Lodhi and he did very very well but he was very very unhappy with what he was seeing being going on around him when he was seeing the brutality of what was going on in Lebanon and in Syria he felt that he had to do something he had report what was going on. He went on a couple of trips on his own. <hes> just to see what was going on with the the refugee camps and he just decided that's what he needed to do. We wanted to be the voice of the voiceless and Diane is the story similar for your son well. Jim had three younger siblings who were in the military. So after Jim chose to become a journalist he spent quite a bit of time in Iraq and Afghanistan embedded with the military to better understand why men went into the military but also he became very touched by the impact the horrible impact of war on innocence on civilians and therefore when the Arab spring started he felt it was Asencio story that the West needed to hear that we Americans and other Westerners need to know the depth of the suffering of with those people and I think the more he saw the more compelled he felt to return because it was becoming more and more dangerous many staff journalists were pulling rolling out so it was left to freelancers like Stephen Jim to continue to bring the news and photographs that truth due to our countries and now we've been talking about both of you run foundations working to help protect journalists in harm's way art yours.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"You making money. This is a man who has done a lot of work on a good company the software solutions for payroll and I've got an I have to tell you it is that I personally have missed the Hawaii. It's driving me crazy. Take a little bit out because you're playing with houses money but otherwise congratulations. Let's go to Stephen in Florida. Stephen Jim from trump start say all right God has been paying a hike quarterly dividend surmising finally. I don't know what they own some sort of bonds Damian and we can't we cannot get involved with companies that we cannot analyze. That's a bad call Joseph in new New Jersey Joseph Longo Kramer. I am both times a multi time caller. You've always been right when they asked you about a stop. Thank you I. That's that's better than lock. I'll take you thank you okay. <hes> my stock is actor equitable. Do I fight here at near fifty tie into very very good company. It's not it's a very good company <hes> I. It's a brokerage holding I. I liked the company. What can I tell you? I think it's a good company. I don't think it's wait. I think it's okay bye. Let's go to Bryce Harper. I'm sorry bryce in California bryce Jim. How're you doing nice walk off home run last night? What's up like the company Waste Management wanted? Take your point. You're absolutely right job. I think it's a terrific by wouldn't mind by somebody ear and that is sponsored by are the big banks finally back they become investable even with fed poised to cut rates economy's slowing. Let's say that they've come a lot more attractive for your after this week the big banks that have reported Safar City Group J._p.. Morgan Wells Fargo Goldman Sachs and back Margaret. They have earned a combined total of twenty nine point five billion dollars that is astonishing. Jake Maureen alone made nine point six bank of America clock at seven billion. These are extraordinary profits. When you make that much money your banks? Your stop deserves the trade at Harvard allegation then they certainly have been getting before these numbers. So how did they do. Take them one by one James Damore power every line on I'm impressed me. The best consumers I mentioned the top of the show but the whole thing was trivial as far all cylinders credit quality Great Commercial Bank could expenses very good right now. Stock Trades eleven times issues earnings for the plus three percent yield people say every stocks expensive. That's by how `Bout Citigroup they delivered a big top and bottom line beat they bought by fifty four million shares most of which were purchased below cities tangible book value 67-64 every share they retired. These levels is editor earnings and they're going to keep doing this is one hundred sixty three billion dollar bank with the three your plan to returned sixty two billion dollars to you. Meanwhile these guys know how to execute city at a great efficiency ratio what they actually make and the headline numbers fantastic best of all stock trades at nine point three times this year's earnings two point five percent yield by then. There's Goldman Sachs my alma mater has a habit of question expectations on the Ernie side then not showing revenue growth not this time though this time goldens revenues were massively better than anticipated driven by some unexpected strength in investment banking and equities think on right Goldman stock has long been held back by what I call the episodic herky-jerky nature but sales but with the company focused on building up. It's recurring revenue. That's now much less super problem. I think the stock is way too cheap. Trading at nine point four times this year's reason with recurring revenue about sixty five percent of the numbers Goldman's tangible book phase two hundred three two thirteen the best for last by all right what about Bank of Murga it was small won't be but nonetheless some of this company is just reminds me of twenty four seven A._T._M.. Prophet Spit Bag of Marquez the best digital banking business thirty seven point three million users up in thirty five point seven million a year ago a quarter of all consumer sales come from digital half from mobile a third of the total consumer mortgage applications came from digital. These are insane numbers. They indicate that it's not just pointed. Even older people are embracing digital backing. That's huge also great way to keep cost ten digital bang caused a lot less than person to person backing plus Beg America's missed by back with the Stock Trading.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Four zero five zero. He's got a phone. Let's try it. Probably no one. Okay. Very negative. Yes. Oh my God. If he answers, please let me talk to him for. All right. So it's a deal. I just hope then be. My podcasts. Excess. I pray to God. This isn't some we deport shit where we're actually calling Satan. Be amazing actually, call Satan? Sleeker people like don't forget speaker love your can ham. Not now. Wait till you answer. Dialect dad camman dead. Hurry, just it just keeps ending the call. So it must be it must be Satan. Not now. Let me see if I got it. Right. I mean, make sure I got the number right? I apologize everybody. I really thought that we're going to be. Just like that they made it. You're crazy, and you shouldn't be calling. But it's on us. Don't worry about it. Offices are. Speaker something do gamble. Get more information on brands Evert and PNG everyday press one now or. Might still be. Ex-? On medical or I ate information. Call at five one three. One. Fuck calls Partridge gamble. Period. They didn't have an option but who calls Proctor and gamble. If there's a Satan. I mean, a medical problem you like, hey, man. I broke my leg. Look man shot. My neighbor and his friend Procter gamble. Freaked. You guys gang. Does right store locator? That was sad. I wish they still had that number. All right. So to detective agencies one of whom was the Pickton's were hired by Proctor and gamble. Nice. To find out about the rumors as senior vice president told the New York Times, quote, do you know how hard it is to fight a rumor. She's okay. Seldom. The archdiocese of Newark sent letters about leaflets churches warning that quote, a false rumors being circulated by some groups in our parishes. Jerry Falwell issued a statement quote. The people have spent a much of the last of the past six years attacking Proctor and gamble for its corporate logo could make better use of their time fighting real in serious problems. Our society. Yeah. I mean, honestly, Jerry, what's your list, Jerry? Well, I tell tubbies. Gay puppets. That somebody to focus on. I did not find in my research did not find any indication that Proctor and gamble sued. Jim Peters, but he was still at nights and eighty five. She's a man who lived in Minnesota later say he had a meeting with the Peters family in one thousand nine hundred five quote, these three brothers from the Christian life centre. Dan, Stephen Jim came to speak to my boys to tell them to burn their rock music album. They showed a slide of the Proctor and gamble symbol and said it was the same as the church of Satan, a Minnesota..

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"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Of course, that's not the only reason I believe in mercury company has a long history of buying back stock and paying different sports three percent yield. And there's a lot of exciting stuff in the pipeline. But keep this story is key Trudeau the revolutionary cancer. Immunotherapy drug that Merck uses to treat non small cell lung cancer melanoma. Cates or all streets melanoma Hodgkin's lymphoma, and by the way, it's being tested for host of other cancers in two thousand fifteen teach when was a five hundred million dollars in two thousand seventeen it was a three point eight billion dollar drug and kicked true to sales. Just keep growing the FDA Pusa from wormwood types of cancer. Hey, just in the first recourse at twenty thousand key true to sales doubled year over year more than five billion dollars. I believe he's numbers will actually keep getting better because can't shoot. It is literally a lifesaver the more. We learn about this drug what we realized its head and shoulders above the competition like up Devaux from Bristol Myers the data data's spoken. In key chewed is beating the stuffing out of Devo in the race to treat non small cell lung cancer nothing else comes close to in terms of efficacy. And hey, just today Bristol-Myers reported the numbers were pretty solid, you know, I like to stock very much and I like to cell gene combination. But they did tell us that they're voluntarily withdrawing their FDA application for a combination of up Devaux in your voice, another cancer. Immunotherapy compound this is yet. Another setback for Merck's chief rival, I was. Surprised that this didn't work out frankly, and it's very good news for Mirka. Although you wouldn't know it from the lousy action today which is dragged down by that rotation. I keep talking about as I explained to the top. I don't think this will be a one and done move expect more selling in the drug stocks over the next few days. Thanks to keep shooter Burke is once again, a growth pharmaceutical company, and I'm betting it will be years before their key drug faces any meaningful competition, which means you can buy into weakest your bottom line Mirka son, an incredible job of developing a blockbuster anticancer franchise here. But even after the stocks run last year, I don't think he gets enough respect if Merck would just take its cue me Louis and spin off its animal health division. I bet the stock you get a much needed boost even without this break up the stock is to cheap. And I think it has plenty of upside here. I just think there'd be even more upside if Merck splits off its animal biz be patient with your by you wanna scale into the stock gradually as I expect some analysts downgrades not of Merck, but of the safety stocks, can that will be your chance to buy the stock of this great American franchise. Is at an even bigger discount. Let's take costs. Let's go to Steven in North Carolina. Stephen. Jim. Thank you for having me on the call today. Of course, Tim I'm calling because I am heavily invested in Beckham Dickinson. I love the company seven days ago fed up fresh release that stated that their earnings and future guidance will be very strong, and then two days ago, they issued another press release even record level increases to their quarterly dividend. I'm calling because the media hasn't said really one word about these two amazing press releases. I don't know why that is maybe you have a view on that. And the second question is what's your view of this company? Okay. Great. Thank you, look at this company is not far from where I live is Steve I totally share with you a love for this company. It is one of the week promotional copies I've ever seen. I've wanted them on Friday now fourteen years, I want them on very badly. I think they're terrific. I mean throw in Danaher. They're coming to similar things. They won't come on. Because they won't come on. I don't think they get. That's why they have a twenty mobile. They need to be able to tell the story. I would love to be able to tell it. In the meantime, hey, buy it because it's just too cheap. Let's go to Mark in Alabama. Mark Bubba bul YoM Kramer boy. Bama. All right. What's going on? Okay. Early december. I picked up some ata healthcare. I believe you presented ata..

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"stephen jim" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"How are you? I'm doing. Okay. So how are you? I think you're probably doing better than okay. I think you're really happy today because it cost to got his press back. Really? Not really big on that either way look at. I'm not gonna make the argument that he had a constitutional rights are oppressed. I mean, I've heard some arguments I don't know even I wouldn't necessarily be to be that I tried to be as objective as possible. But but CNN had to defend the report. I mean, this is my you said like know they've had to defend the reporter they had up for what they what they believe not necessarily. What is but what they believe was the first amendment, right? So of course, they had to come in. And and the judge saw their way, but well that hasn't seen their way yet. They just knew it was a temporary restraining order until the thing goes to trial. So it cost gets his press pack back until the Detroit. Probably won't go to trial at all. They'll probably just drop the whole thing and they'll move on. Right. What this was about supposedly that cost? It was over the line. And you know, what I agree with that? He was over the line, but Donald Trump in the same during that questioning and answering saying that a was routed everything. Donald Trump talk. I mean, I I know he's in that position. He has a position of power. But really who's Donald Trump in that position to say someone who's like a terrible person or person? I mean, I to me that's the highest piracy or projection. Well, according to you, though, he should know. Right. I think Trump's in denial about himself. Well, look and what I said that win win. Don, lemon said it was a stunt. I I don't think he's talking about CNN suing. I think you've just told me the whole thing the whole press conference thing was a stunt. You know that and and so I don't know what he meant by that. Whether Trump had had trumpeted up or whether it cost the head. I don't know what he meant by that. But he he seemed to indicate that the whole press conference debacle was a stunt. And I would think it takes to stunt. The MO the person who was stunning more was certainly a cost waylay Murphy. We start calling stunt journalist. I say. Kosta which reason doesn't like Donald Trump very pertinent, very, well personally, and it goes back Donald Trump base for labeling automobile outside maybe Fox News, as you know, as other people I could see why personally he wouldn't live Trump. I if I was a journalist I want my Trump either. Well, I will tell you this on CNN, I agree with you that CNN should have gone to the mat for him. I mean, that's that's what you hope your company does when you're in a situation like that some of them don't do that. I and I've actually been in involved in situations where they don't go to the mat for you. But you gotta respect CNN for standing behind him. I don't understand why FOX was standing behind CNN that was a head scratcher. But maybe they're worried that Magno another Obama gets in and does that to them. You gotta you gotta support the president. You can't just tell me later and say well democratic president is not like a revoked some status is reporter when you're in the past. You didn't spend that. I didn't see that Malaysia. The why is it that people don't remember that Obama was constantly constantly harping on Fox News and actually had to try to have James Rosen arrested. I took that something to deal with some national security thing. I I I don't know if that was rights the details about that. But I mean, Trump Trump was way too high on Fox News. But I don't think he ever went across as much as Donald Trump. Obama never labeled them an enemy of the people. Well, he actually the Justice department under Obama actually spied on James Rosen in two thousand ten they've got his phone records. They tracked his movements in and out of the State Department. They seize two days of his personal emails. This all according to the Washington Post. I mean, if Trump did that to a cost or one of these left wing, news media folks, people would be happening hissy fit. But that story just sort of came and went nobody really cared about it. Yeah. I think a lot of times journalists extract. Maybe not the same centers Rosen 'cause there's no federal shield law protecting journalists, you know, get their sources for someone with a security clearance. So there's no sense. There's no federal shield law that that happens. Well, yeah, I think people should have been more upset about Rosen being spied on the cost of being kicked out of the White House. But that's just me. Jerry. Thank you. This was this does go. This is back twenty thirteen with the Washington Post reported on this. And this is a Yahoo story says in a chilling move. Sure to rile defenders of civil liberties and FBI agent also accused Rosen of breaking anti espionage law with behavior that as described in the agents own affidavit falls well inside the bounds of traditional news reporting. Fox News responded with a blistering statement that asserted Rosen was simply doing his job and his role as a member of what up until now has always been a free press. Now, I don't remember all the other press folks come into Rosen's defense, they sort of just left him twisting in the wind. The revelation surface with President Obama's administration already under fire for seizing two months of telephone records of reporters and editors at the Associated Press. Obama said he makes no apologies for investigations into national security related leaks. The AP's CEO Gary Pruitt said that the seizure was unconstitutional. So we've had all of these leaks going on from the New York Times and things relating to all sorts of things that should not have been out there. Not the least of which were conversations inside the Oval Office that the president was having with world leaders, and I'm not aware of a single time that Trump actually seized the telephone records and E mail records of a reporter and have that happen. These people would have come unglued. But Obama did just that in two thousand ten between two thousand ten and two thousand thirteen. The Obama administration has prosecuted twice as many leakers as all previous administrations combined. They say this is of course, when he was before Trump got in the president is a strong defender of the first amendment. A firm believer in the need for a free press to be unfettered in its ability to conduct investigative reporting and facilitate a free flow of information said the White House press secretary, Jay Carney. He also, of course, recognizes the need for Justice department to investigate alleged criminal activity without undue influence, the details of the government's strategy against Rosen sound like something out of a spy novel. They right investigators looking into disclosures of sensitive information about North Korea got Rosen's telephone records and a warrant for his personal emails, but also used the State Department security badge to track his movements in and out of that building the case began when Rosen reported on June eleventh two thousand nine that US intelligence believe. North Korea might respond to tighter UN sanctions with new nuke tests Rosen reported that the information came from CIA sources inside the North Korea. Investigators zeroed in on State Department arms expert, Stephen Jim, whoa, Kim who was among a small group of intelligence officers to receive a top secret report on the issue the same day that Rosen's piece ran online, but FBI agent Reginald rains road. There was evidence Rosen had broken the law quote at the very least either as an Eder of better. And or a co conspirator and just what did Rosen do well in rains affidavit to support his request? He said from the beginning of their relationship, the reporter asked solicited and encourage Mr Kim to disclose sensitive US, internal documents and intelligence information about the foreign country, the reporter did so by employees. Flattering and playing to Mr. Kim's, vanity and ego. Now if there was a national security risk. I'm not saying that I necessarily blame the Obama administration for looking into it. In tracking down Rosen. What I'm saying is if Trump did the same thing, and there have been multiple leaks from the New York Times about all sorts of of Cincinnati of information coming out of the White House, and I'm not aware of them. Well, we don't know. But I'm not aware of them tracking a reporter getting their phone records getting their emails and threatening to have them arrested. I wouldn't blame him if he did because I think it is a national security risk. I don't know exactly what Rosen did. But what I'm saying is is a double standard here when President Obama did this, and it came out and the Washington Post is reporting it nobody cared. Nobody cared. But can you imagine if Donald Trump did this for a New York Times reporter with all of these leaks that have come out the New York Times about all sorts? Lots of information that is sensitive and should not have been made public. And to my knowledge. He's never done this. If he had that would be impeachment calls all through congress, even some of the Republicans. But see that's the problem when you've got somebody doing this when it's going outside their constitutional limits, and it happens to be a democrat. The Democrats don't care the Republicans, although they do rally the troops and circle the wagons on occasions, they tend to be more apt to go after somebody in their own party. That's doing something like this. And you can bet if Donald Trump was having New York Times reporters, followed and breaking into their Email and their telephone records because they had been reporting stories that he didn't want to get out that the Republicans would be calling for his impeachment. But when Obama does this he can do no wrong. And of course, as we well know, I think this is about the time that. Nancy Pelosi and all those folks were in charge. So there was going to be no investigation. I mean, you had Harry Reid in the Senate. I believe at the time. Nah. I'm trying to think back when Nancy and then lost it, the what were they in their from twenty two thousand six to two thousand ten. And it was a two thousand ten elections. I believe the midterms when the Republicans took over the house, I believe, and then it was a few years later took over the Senate. So the Democrats are running everything. And there was no hint of even investigation into the Obama administration for doing something that was I would argue ten times worse than taking a press pass from a reporter because he's being belligerent. So all I'm asking for is a little consistency from the press out there. You gotta give kudos to the Washington Post reporting it, but nobody else really cared. Once they reported. It was one of those stories that came and went and nobody cared when it came and went, and whether you cost the thing people are all up in arms because his violating his constitutional rights. Well, how about Rosen's constitutional rights? You have a reasonable expectation that you can report on an administration, and they're not going to be digging through your trash and following you and checking your phone. Records in your Email. Don't you? I think that's far worse than taking somebody's press pass QuickTime out one eight hundred six one eight Phil we'll get your thoughts in a moment. One eight hundred six one eight seven four four five we're back into..

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"stephen jim" Discussed on Download

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03:12 min | 2 years ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on Download

"E. and. And I spent like three hundred fifty dollars on when I bought it because I traded in my old phone. So maybe when they try again, they will put a little bit more money into the actual promoting part of it. And maybe I will actually meet some people out there in the wild to have these phones. Yeah, I think. To go back to wedding. Andy said, I, I liked the initial conception of. Of the of the phone that Andy Rubin was building. I think my issue with it was was more that it looked very clear from the outside like it was. It was unclear how they were going to make very many of them, which men sort of like, how is this business going to succeed if they can't make very many of it, but having a a nice premium phone with the point of view is a good thing, right? It's just unfortunately, it seems like this company has just had had a struggle trying to make it work. Palm returning in a way and also not in a way with little buddy phone. Stephen, Jim palm feels here. I do is a trailer for a really long time and had had some version of the palm pilot in school. And then for a while, I had a switch to Verizon and let the iphone for a little while and carried a palm pre the palm pre plus for awhile horizon thought web. Wes was really interesting. They obviously building on top of basically web technology on a phone that was really slow. The performance wasn't there, but they had a good ideas and we see a lot of those ideas in both Android. And now it's a brand that I've really cared about for a long time. TCL kind of goes around and buys up all these brands are making a blackberry phone as well. That part makes me sad a little bit, especially since they did some sort of abomination to the logo on the back of this phone. Like it's the. The square, a two by two did. It's not. It's not great. So yeah, I have the feels when I see that name again. But you know, I can separate that from the phone at self. I think because I know that you know, the magic home is not the the magic poem was was always there software Pomme lesson than web address really defined a lot of things that we still sort of think of today when it comes to smartphones, like a grid of icons and your apps like that was the palm lifestyle for a long time. And now it's what we have everywhere, and web west brought gestures and like this really fluid multitasking interface. And again, things that we see today, so I can remember palm fondly. Gonna let the story get me down gimme down too bad. I'm curious what everybody's read is on the idea that this is a phone that is rather than make a small phone for all the people who were complaining for example about the fact that they're that apple isn't making small phones anymore, that there aren't a lot of small phones out there that they chose not to. To sell this as a small phone, but to sell it as a sidekick, little buddy phone for your large phone that you've got. That's an interesting decision. Do does anybody need a three hundred and fifty dollar bonus phone? Isn't that what the apple watches? It's very similar except this you can actually run apps and have a full keyboard on, right..

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"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"And then the lightning round is over are you ready skid data done the letter stephen north carolina stephen jim yes my question is in regards to the corporation you know in the past sixteen months we have stock prices risen some seventy five percent right forty eight bucks to a recent high of eighty five dollars and most of the brands have done quite well this past here except for those genes word vision right it's been a red hot stock i that you can stay red hot but we gotta be aware that this doc is much of its move as probably heard already go to george new jersey police george bay ridge brooklyn all the way from new jersey man not far from me what's going on a first time caller but i watch your show every day because i think it's the most relevant show on television thank you and i also follow you guys an actual plus you got a great janice thank you so much club member i hope to talk to you and do some stuff with you for the club what's up my question is on store capital symbol s o has a good yield but it traded multiple and go at this point at this point to the ruling by the supreme court you know kinda gave brick and mortar little push i still have to go federal really if i want to do real estate and i want to do more force shopping center i'm going to go with don would really let's cut in jerry missouri jerry i am a bit of extra or thank you on the early june analysis had bottomed i purchased a large physician of stott with the cost of eighty nine dollars twenty.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"And then the lightning round is over are you ready skid data done the letter stephen north carolina stephen jim yes my question is in regards to the corporation you know in the past sixteen months we have stock prices risen some seventy five percent right forty eight bucks to a recent high of eighty five dollars and most of the brands have done quite well this past here except for those genes word vision right it's been a red hot stock i that you can stay red hot but we gotta be aware that this doc is much of its move as probably heard already go to george new jersey police george bay ridge brooklyn all the way from new jersey man not far from me what's going on a first time caller but i watch your show every day because i think it's the most relevant show on television thank you and i also follow you guys an actual plus you got a great janice thank you so much club member i hope to talk to you and do some stuff with you for the club what's up my question is on store capital symbol s o has a good yield but it traded multiple and go at this point at this point to the ruling by the supreme court you know kinda gave brick and mortar little push i still have to go federal really if i want to do real estate and i want to do more force shopping center i'm going to go with don would really let's cut in jerry missouri jerry i am a bit of extra or thank you on the early june analysis had bottomed i purchased a large physician of stott with the cost of eighty nine dollars twenty.

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"stephen jim" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"stephen jim" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Okay so anyway it was the language was so bad in the say on that they had to cut it off the air during the chances though apparently stephen jim was able to admit that he was murdered by his wife who had in fact pulled off his bandages after the pitch pork pitch pork after the pitchfork accident and he suffered he suffered from bleeding to death so the other things that happen are young kids refused to go into the room that he apparently died in screaming no no we can't go there bad things happen down there oh no people also hear a child barking inside the walls and child barking and feel scratches on the back of their head oh oh during the revolutionary war soldier got drunk and took a fall down the stairs in died from the fall oh boy and according to so a lot of people say that they see a ghost soldier on the staircase they say that it was a haitian soldier so i think it was a british a british troop but a german mercenary or something like that i hey soldier they see him standing marching or staring at you from the stairs and he's one of the most common apparitions people will also see the spirit of the soldier climb out of paintings why like if you're in a room with a painting he will climb out of it when you're that he will also climb out of windows if you see his reflection he will step out neither stand there like he can't see you or he will charge at you and vanish that's why are those the two options it's like take your bet come on.

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