17 Burst results for "Steve White"
"steve white" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Why he was not on the field, I think it would have been an odd story in 2016, but when he sat down and credit the dogged reporting of Steve white cha NFL network, great friend of mine, good friend of riches, a real football journalist, Steve was covering that preseason game and asked Kaepernick what was going on. You were called Kaepernick sat at first and then took a knee after consulting with a former NFL player who also was a green beret in Nate Boyer. So we're talking about Kaepernick in a vivid way taking a knee to make his opinion known that he was at a point in which he could no longer be silent with his body language about racial injustice. Capler is different because we don't see him. And if I didn't tell you about this, you might not even know this was going on because he's not on the field, and then finally I think the biggest difference is where we are in professional sports in 2022 versus where we were in 2016. And the highly charged presidential election and the mileage Donald Trump got out of the Colin Kaepernick story. Plus, when you watch NFL football now, what do you see on the field? Many of the slogans embracing what Colin Kaepernick wanted to see be achieved in the society. Namely, you see the two words and racism in the end zone of National Football League stadium. So this bears tracking moving forward. I think the story will die down to a degree of Kepler suspends the protest for today in observance of Memorial Day. He says this is a decision for now. I'll give you the call to get until I feel better about the direction of our country. But I'll leave you with this. What else is different when you think about Gabe Kepler and Colin Kaepernick and the level of outrage, these two choices have led to? And I'll let you draw your own conclusions as we wind down and get set for much more NBA conversation. Looking forward to checking in with our first guest today. What have I missed? It's not possible. I've overlooked anything with my comprehensive analysis. So I'm going to bring in somebody who really knows what he's talking about and posed this question. What is the overlook X Factor for the NBA Finals, which get underway on Thursday? We'll check in with Eric pinkus of bleacher report. I'm Brian Weber. Thanks for hanging out with us on this Memorial Day holiday. I'm in for rich on the rich eisen show. Ryan Weber in for rich eisen. It is the rich eisen show on this Memorial Day. Your phone calls are a possibility in the next hour of the program..
"steve white" Discussed on NFL Inside Report
"Impressive. Now go ahead and. Yeah, I hadn't really heard him speak very much. You know, I don't trainers don't do a lot of interviews. He was, I think he was really impressive. He super impressive. And you know, he said, it's not just, you know, to give diverse medical students opportunities to work in the sports field, but to let them explore all of the varied content of the emerging sports science world, be it nutrition, be it strengthen training, all of the new things coming out and analytics in medical and medical aspects of sports training. So it's more of the exposure to the very opportunities that are there than so much getting them with teams to work. Yeah, I thought it was all. I mean, look, this was a really productive and impactful meeting. It felt like these last couple of days, right? More so than usually these spring meetings are kind of like, you know, a couple of perfunctory things and this was like someone asked me one of the team executives there. Asked me the other day. Like, I'm surprised they say you down here. It wasn't much to talk about. I was like, I thought it was great. Yeah. Yeah. I'm getting to meet Steve knows, hang on the hallways, meet some of these young executives and coaches. Like, I had met at some of these guys. A lot I did, but not all. I thought it was fascinating. The whole thing, this was like a very, very good couple of days, I would say. You guys did a great job for it there. I appreciate your time here today as well. Steve white, and Ian rapport here with us on NFL inside report. NFL plus is here, which means no matter where you are. This is how you football. Live out of market pre season games. Live local and prime time regular season games on your phone or tablet, 45 minute game replays, and more. This is the NFL for every fan. This is football freedom. This is your game on the go. Wherever you are, this is how you football. Go to plus NFL dot com slash radio and start your free trial of NFL plus today. Terms and conditions
"steve white" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right Steven I might have had two maybe three economics courses in my life So I feel like I'm qualified here It feels like we're at full employment What should I look for in a jobs report coming up on Friday Solid but probably not 585,000 which we did in the first quarter And it's only going to transition right The demand for labor is a function of consumption and inventories And take a look auto sales 19% annualized below the first quarter average in March core retail sales down It's going to be a period where again relieving the inflation can be very stabilizing for the economy We hope we get there But the slew of piece of consumption is going to lead to a slowdown in employment growth probably in the back half of the year You've got to remember things like the duration of unemployment domestic services price inflation These things are members of the official index of lagging economic indicators And Steven we heard from Lyft just last evening into this morning And their stock is getting crushed because they're saying they have to pay more for their drivers here Is that signify that real wage inflation is in our economy I think it's a relative shift It's a relative shift in power in pricing to labor from capital income And we are seeing this in other places Commodity prices are very strong but it doesn't mean that final consumer spending is going to be strong to help everybody absorb that cost Well then what do you do with the stock market I mean link the profits in the market call from Citigroup So we've done overweight long duration treasuries just recently Really First time Okay David Balan yes yes yes Yep So we've gone overweight treasuries We have an overweight in U.S. bonds after this about 200 Are you going to go overweight long duration equities We call that Apple Well you know when the time comes it will be helpful that that source of downward pressure on valuation will eventually play itself out But the other side of this again is that if you exclude natural resources there's this very very painful tragic war going on in Eastern Europe and it means higher commodity prices and may not mean ever higher commodity prices But again we've got to find we've got to allocate capital to produce more of these scarce commodities And so if you take out that investment that we have on our asset allocation then we are a little bit underweight equities Steve Whiting thank you so much Greatly appreciated There are really new ones there The call by David Balan was stunning I can't remember if it was radio or TV but Paul just stunning where Citigroup for the first time he said it and like 20 years Is going out in duration Okay To purchase a bond I hope that I looked at the Austrian piece that I owned that hundred year period Sure I'm down 50% Are you 5 Double down maybe Price you think so Double up the pain Yes When you look at the 30 year treasure we've heard 3.05% today So that's solid in terms of yield here and we'll have to see to what extent we hear from fed children There's a ten year 3% 3.00% There you go There was some curve flattening earlier Now pretty much on the difference between the ten year and the two year yield we have the positive ten year real yield Just a little bit but as we were doing compare and contrast from the last meeting Paul just as one example yen was ¥118 per dollar And now you're enjoying a weaker Jens stronger dollar one 30 and I really don't think there's been enough talk about I don't think there's been enough talk about strung dollar here Exactly comments that the chairman Paul would make were like DXY would break out One O three to maybe at one O four is one example But there's some shifts in the market here We'll cover this in our data checks here lots to talk about as we move forward again Dow futures green and the SPX goes fractionally The other way With our news in New York City is Michael Barr John Paul thank you very much the Supreme Court ask confirmed the authenticity of a lead's opinion released by political suggesting the conservative majority court will vote to strike down the 1973 roe V wade decision That could prompt about half the states to restrict or outlaw abortion Columbia law professor Catherine Frankie In a sense this new decision will be a death sentence for many women The racial impact of this kind of decision is absolutely predictable and it's quite clear that black and brown women will be the ones who will suffer the most and first As for the league professor Frankie says there are plenty of people who work at the Supreme Court who would have access to the document Comedian Dave Chappelle was tackled on stage at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles It happened last night as Chappelle was just wrapping up his performance The man was grabbed and punched by security guards Lionel Richie is officially being inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame The Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2022 other inductees are pat benatar the eurythmics Carly Simon.
"steve white" Discussed on WTOP
"Mask available to American people the American people for free CBS Steve White House correspondent Nancy Cordis this morning with more on what the president is doing for hospitals that are right now struggling to keep up with the COVID surge He said he's going to be sending medical teams of military doctors and nurses and support staff to fix hard hit states where the ERs are overflowing states like Ohio and New York This is a program that was actually rolled out several months ago And it's designed to be nimble so that these teams can be redeployed to the areas that need them the most The president also said that he would like to make the most protective N95 masks available for no charge That was news We don't know how that is going to work where people would be able to get those masks or how many masks they would be able to get at one time The president said that there'll be announcing the details next week but he did argue that the best way to protect yourself beyond being vaccinated is to wear a well fitting mask and one of the barriers to wearing those masks is that as everyone knows it can be costly especially if you're buying a bunch at one time People can tend to go through them pretty quickly So the news that people could potentially get them for free might be a game changer for some people we'll just have to wait and see how difficult it's going to be to get those masks when you need them Now in addition to the mask issue did the president say any more about getting tests to the public Yes so he had already announced that they were going to be procuring half a million tests because as we know it it's been so difficult over the past few weeks given this surge to actually get your hands on a test in a timely fashion when you need it And the administration came under a fair amount of criticism for not having anticipated that problem So they're trying to make up for lost time now He had announced they were going to be procuring half a million and he announced they're going to be actually procuring another half million just so that they have some in reserve if they need them And we still don't have all the details are going to be a website set up that we'll hear more about next week where you can go If you need to order those masks So the question is how long will it take to get a mask when you need it Obviously when you start to experience symptoms or if you've been exposed to somebody you don't necessarily have time to go to website order a mask and then wait a couple days for it to come in the mail So we're still sort of waiting to see the details of that plan how you get the tests into people's hands in their homes quickly when they need them CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordis in the conversation with Deb and Mark you are listening to 103.5 FM at WTO P dot com And dean lane Sports at 15 and 45 on It's three 45 on your Friday morning rob turn this morning Georgetown saw a close game with butler devolve into a 72 58 loss on their home court Neither team shot particularly well from the floor but it's pretty notable when you're leading scorer Aminu Muhammad is held to just 7 points on two of 16 shooting coach Louise The one thing I can say about amino he keeps attacking You know he's aggressive now as a young player there's still things to learn but you like his energy and his attack mentality You know I don't think you've got he's a guy that counts his misses He just stays aggressive Only two hoyas scored in double figures led by Tyler beard's 15 points but that's now three straight losses for Georgetown to drop to 6 and 7 in conference entering Sunday afternoon's game at St. John's Navy suffered their first conference loss of a season falling at home to Colgate 69 50 to snap a four game win streak The capital's loan NHL all star is Alex Ovechkin voted captain of the metropolitan division in what will be his franchise record 12th all star selection after receiving 30.4% of the fan votes among metropolitan division players the most in the league And with that game still about three weeks away ovi was sidelined by an upper body injury at Thursday practice that the team said was for precautionary reasons In the NFL the Houston Texans fired coach David culley after just one season at the helm That leaves Mike Tomlin as the lone black coach in the 32 team league and only three minority coaches overall Rob would fork to believe TOP sports Corrupt is always three 47 an update on traffic and whether a minute away meantime here's what's happening as you rise with us This is early Friday morning not a TOP CBS News brief the oath keepers leader is arrested by the FBI and along with ten other members is facing charges of seditious conspiracy in the U.S. capitol attack Loyola law school professor Laurie Levinson The charge of sedition which is basically conspiring to overthrow the government and trying to overthrow the vote that brought president bride into office The Supreme Court has blocked the Biden administration from enforcing its vaccine or test requirements for large private companies It's welcome news for national retail federation vice president Ed agee We felt like the regulation of COVID-19 was inappropriate for the occupational safety and health administration And we were certainly pleased that the Supreme Court agreed with that position And emotional rescue in Seattle a dog named Sammy was rescued by fire crews after being trapped for almost a week in a house.
"steve white" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"A wide receiver to ask. I'm gonna continue on with this with this line of questioning. Because chris chris chris can handle it. Chris can handle it. Because i thought it was just w. Wr one so only wide receiver ones. We're allowed on. So i was gonna ask you if if that was the case. Would you have been allowed on the podcast when randy moss was with the vikings. Chris carter rick is i like you. I'm gonna let you know yes. No matter what rule you have no matter what law you have to have someone to the group. yes now. They're going to be occasions where you're going to have to number one on the field before we got randy moss minnesota jake green myself had compiled four consecutive thousand yard seasons. Both of the nfl record before we got randy ball most just kept the party going out. We did another three seven years in a row. Were the other guy across him. And you had a thousand. So what would you make of that. Oh that sounds like a wide receiver one to me. You know. i'm just i'm just. I was just wondering about the velvet ropes. You've placed around your guest list here for your pod. 'cause i mean you got calvin you got mike evans. You know. those are clearly wide receiver once. What did you talk about with. Calvin i mean what a fascinating hall of fame speech. I heard from him. We all heard from him back in august. Yes chris would you talk about the common. I mean calvin a smart guy. I mean he's got a great deal of interest. Of course we talked about the detroit situation and it really just boiled down to respect about the money. He felt like there were a lot of games. He went out there. Hurt injured. didn't say anything. And when he decided to walk away because medically he felt like he couldn't continue. I mean he's from a family of doctors like all relative aunts and uncles and stuff doctors and stuff. He thinks he's he's the dummy in the family and when he just said that he just it hurt his pride because he knew what his body was enduring That probably robbed him of another three to five years. Clean that we fans would have been on c. calvin johnson. We talked about the medical marijuana business that he's involved in. Yes and more assistant people for pain not for recreational use but the science behind it Looking crushing how potentially they can assist in things like that. Very very good conversation. Cows one the guys no matter what era at. He's one of the people that you respect play the game. The right way lives the right way and a great role model. Great spokesperson for the game. While i was sitting there with the my buddy steve white my nfl media group colleagues. Watch on the set listening to that speech and we were just looking at each other nodding our heads about how terrific. It wasn't the points he was making about. You know merrick medical marijuana and how it could be used in a way that is not allowed in so many different places. Because it's being thought that it's just a a work around for recreational use and then when the speech was over we both looked at each other and and said there was one mention missing from the entire speech and it was the detroit lions. He did not say the franchises team name. Once in that speech we we didn't. I don't think we missed it. We are. I mean that was that was an outlier for the entire nineteenth. Speeches that weekend. And i think it was the only one where somebody didn't mention the team that he played for single time. Chris i mean it's that's your moment and for him he's not shying away from the subject He's not happy with detroit. You doesn't have an existing relationship but then right now and it's all over months. I think he made a statement at one point six million dollars. Make me feel so you know when when you have a player. It's your responsibility especially when you draft in top five top team detroit doing done for a while and these guys have played the game done things the right way. You're supposed to take care of them way. Not i'm not saying all players should be settled but the relationship with detroit and not the only team that he knows it should be better than what it is. Yeah well look chris that i look forward to hearing all of these conversations on your new pod. Episodes air every single thursday including today w. r. one Can you tell. Cbs to turn the music down. I mean god sounds like you're in a katy perry concert there now. We're trying to people vaccinated getting colder. Okay i like it. I'm in quiet a spot in the hat. I'll let you go. But i do want to ask you a trivia question. I chris trivia question okay. My guys are no common in. They're they're they're hiding underneath the they're hiding underneath right now. It's okay we go way back. This man is way back. Okay you've heard about the historical alliance right in college. Football between the big ten and the acc and the pack. Twelve right kris okay. Which school in the big ten came up with the first win in the history of the historical alliance when one member of the historical alliance like say the big ten played another like say the pac twelve. Which school did that. I for the big ten. Meaning it's on your show. I don't have any clue i mean. We lost oregon but things are still exciting..
"steve white" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk
"Usa game winning goal. mike rusi oni. Oh no i just had a big big time bring cramped there. I'm from the united states of america. All right i gotta go bowman just got fired holy shit really really the wow all right. Well steve white sox dave i okay. I need an eighties receiver. I'm going to a steve l'argent and that's like all. I can go if i need to get some. I need to get that little white. Slap back you might it might. I'm in my lineup. On my team on my field. Steve largent. Willie what do you got for me. And steve. l'argent. Nothing i got. I had no choice. The i just wide receiver two hundred hundred receiving touchdowns when he retired in nineteen one thousand nine hundred ninety the all time receiving lear over little bit over thirteen thousand yards. I think yup like jerry rice. You nailed it smashing that shit He never had a season over a hundred receptions but he had several seasons over like eleven hundred yards yes yes. Yes supple seasons with double digit touchdowns so he was like a hught. E is a slow sloppy earth like little slot ready guy but he was a big play. Little white guy. Yeah yeah he wasn't like a wes. Welker run these little routes you use like a fucking big time. Big play guy. i would not have Assumed that i would assume to. You is like a west walker like you know. Slip screen mid chunk yards ten twelve a pop guy But yes steve larger. He's around my team. I really fucked myself. Not realizing had to take from every era but on moral dude saying they. Evan carl in the nba draft. Yeah took wes unseld with a twenty six overall. Finish log good feedback for big. All right. i'm going to read them out. And we'll do some honorable mentions. We'll get outta here. Kara walter payton. Calvin johnson terell owens shannon sharpe. Patrick mahomes willie randy moss dan marino. Marshawn lynch marvin harrison. George kittle eddie jerry. Rice peyton manning. Adrian peterson travis. Kelsey chris carter chief barry sanders. Tom brady larry stale tyreek hill. Mark bavaro white socks day. Ladainian tomlinson rob gronkowski john. Elway julio jones steve l'argent. Who's gonna be our. Tim duncan that everybody yells at us is not on the board. I mean that's what happened. It's going to be a bunch of 'cause the eras day. I think i'd be snarl us that we didn't pick on toning dollars. Tighten yup yeah torahs. Ewbal snarl is that we need and give fuck in. We didn't even give a boy aikman holler even emmett smith. And well yeah. Emmett smith is the most boring running back. I've ever seen marana football on my entire life. I believe he was so boring. Come on during like there is nothing sexy or flashy about him. Watch watch the super bowl steelers you feel different about the game quasi trying it but once again you guys broke his ribs and ran for like over a hundred yard Marshall faulk and kurt warner. That's who i was down between for jamie tomlinson fame or all fame. He's got four good seasons two of which are considered. You know all time greg. That first season in ninety nine. I thought maybe this might be funded. Kurt warner here in the nineties. That was a fucking crazy crazy fucking season out of kurt warner and then receiver wise. I honestly think that it gets. I mean gets. It gets pretty thin with brand recognition. Once you get past the guys we. I mean even marvin eriksen joke around like how. He's kinda shit his legacies shaped up but even just as like a football did just purely as a football player like his legacy is like a full step below..
"steve white" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"And now move the sticks with daniel jeremiah and bucky brooks. Oh man. Welcome to the mood. The podcast but we're taking it back. We're doing a little differently today. I am hanging out with my Fellow nfl network. Colleague steve white but the original member of the cover to podcasts. That he and i used to do way way way back if they get for that steve. What's going on is a hanging but like you said digging. Did the cover to. It was on final. We were so a. We were so far ahead of the curve like now. I can't wait for it today because if we kick him out like we did that people be like. Why would we live for this podcast. Gabe yeah we brought. The heat is so good to be back with your band. I'm so so glad. We're kicking off the season with the hall of fame game. These things go. We've got fans in the stands. Let's keep it that way. People do we gotta do so. He keep having full stadiums because it makes a difference up though it absolutely makes a difference and so look ahead to bring steve. Steve was all the mix of the hall of fame induction ceremonies. A hall of fame. Game is well versed in everything and availability as a recent partnership that he did with the falcons so he is on it and so we just go lay out man. We're gonna talk. So steve any rights to it. Let's just talk about the hall of fame weekend like what's your biggest takeaway just from the weekend. Well i look to take away if look if you're a football fan you have to do. The hall of fame wants in your life because it's not just a game. It's not just the speeches. It's not just the gold jacket. It is these this assemblage of of hall of famers who comeback. And they're everywhere right. You know you look as andre reid here. There's dan marino there. It's there's so many things and then you have a hundred thousand or so fans come through through the weekend. It's like this is what it's all about right because the fans of the backbone the nfl so.
"steve white" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"That's the way it's sorta started off and just out of the blue. I got this call from sullivan. Big and heavy on the phone for hours trying to convince me that he could be our agent. He could get out there and and rekindle what we what we lost. And i thought he was out of his mind. I told him. I said there's no way in hell i'm gonna give the shit about us anymore and he. He proved me wrong. The first thing he got us with rachael homa and we went out in front of twenty thousand people and it just opened my eyes and all of us were like we were just shocked that that many people remember this and enjoyed our show and he's been our man ever since so that's thirteen fourteen years now that this is kicks israeli. Been back going again. And i do remember at that time him. Also telling me we're only going to do a few shows a year. It's not going to be a big thing while you're out almost every weekend so clearly it's doing well and future for kicks just the same thing. Just keep working the road and having fun and playing gigs when they come up. That's the plan as long as people want us in and we're still able to put on good shows. 'cause that's that's incredibly important to us with you know we get to the point where we can't do it like we used to. Then we stopped. Yeah well that's important too is to me is a fan. I feel that way very strongly. Like i'd rather have my last memory. Like i mentioned rush before my last memory of them was so good. You want you want to see a band ending or knowing when they've stayed too late at the party quite frankly and as a fan as much as it's difficult to see a band end i'd rather see that and have my last memory be great then have it be like oh man. They were shallow themselves. It wasn't great. It wasn't really wasn't good. I have so much respect for bands knowing when to say when but given the performance i saw last week. I still think you've got some some tread left on the tire there. But yeah i'm not going anywhere anytime soon and and i agree with you a hundred percent i. It makes me sad when i see artists that will want great up there just going through the motions and just collected a check. And there's some out there that are that are doing that. But i guess they feel they have to because that's all they know. That's that's only money maker steve. People can get the record for people who want it physically like the cd with the killer album cover for people who wanna get the cd. Is it in stores or are they going to your website. How how do people get the music that wanted physically You can go to the company. Does all the kicks and they do mercer a bunch of bands It's called right rock r. g. h. t. r. o. c. k. writing rock foreswear dot com. And just go. Just go to kicks or steve. Whiteman and they'll have it there and it did so well. The first week that they sold out. I said five hundred copies and and they sold out like three days so if you order it now if on a little bit of a back order. 'cause i just real some more cds so it's going to be available again real soon. So that's a good problem half. yeah for sure. I'm personally not on the vinyl kick but there are a lot of people that are. Are you going to do it on vinyl as well. yeah. I've got a friend who runs a vinyl shop. Who wants to do it now. I giving the green light. I don't have to do a damn thing so He's he's all on that i. I don't really understand it. I'm not a vinyl guy. Either i never was. I was cassette guy. Never never liked. Turn the turntable and flipping that record. I'll just run and right and you know funny people that swear by the vinyl sound the well. Everything's recorded digitally these days. So that record isn't gonna make it sound warmer because the vinyl it's reported digitally so it's still digital but i guess they find fun it. Yeah look at. I think having some physical connection with music is good again. I'm not on the vinyl kick. I i agree with you on a lot of those things for people who are people who just take the time to buy any music physically. I think it's great. And i'm assuming for people who just want to stream it are you on all the streaming services with it as well. Yeah i tuned amazon all that and for people who want to get the The vinyl it's actually. It's called the head and hagerstown maryland Those things are on back order to apparently a lot of people were getting vinyl made these days. So there's a there's a waiting list but he's gonna have them ready. And i'm sure we'll be able to get the word out when they're ready to come out. Well this man. It's always great. It's great to see you last week and Absolutely great to talk to you. And i wish you nothing. But the best with the solo record and the coming shows with kicks and you know we'll be seen each other out there on the road. We always do it. Various events and concerts and congrats on the record man. It's really a great record. I think anybody listening. That's a kicks fan. You will enjoy this album. Should absolutely go out and pick it up. Thanks so much steve. I appreciate it. you're the best. Well great to visit with steve white appreciate him being on and i know he's a regular listener of the podcast. Thank.
"steve white" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"So there's been multiple stories i've met a guy the how bigfoot conference That i went to. They didn't have one last year the year before last. I met a guy who had been camping Hiking and camping out and the great north west up in oregon and he was on a state park I mean this thing is thousands of square miles a state park and there was there. Were they use logging roads. Get to wherever you wanted to can. So they said you know most people just hike in and you had to check in with the guard gate when they let you on the property and you tell them where are you going. And how long are you going to be there so in case something happened or if you went missing they would know where to start right and so one of the things that they told him. He said he could not believe it. He said one of the things that the guy said he goes. I will tell you that we had big foot. He and the guy was not like laughing or anything and he's to me he goes he goes. There are a lot of bigfoot sightings. There's once you know that. I've seen big foot that they put so on this on. This has been seeing you know in this state park and just ever good time besides just wanted to let you know. So he's like. Wow that's so cool to have a a government official actually tells him that he's experienced a park ranger tells. You know hard ranger. You might wanna be careful. Yeah yeah that's yeah. That's so if we're listening and they got any questions about paranormal events in virginia or big foot or your photos chat Cat is a lot quicker than million seeing those things in reading them out so and she's got some Ryan says he really wishes is here with that We miss you ryan and good luck today. Where did you serve that you ryan c jones one of the curator's of the cabin three sixty and steve white. Since did you know especially in the state of virginia since twenty twenty. Bigfoot sightings have increased drastically. Virginia was pointed out as being one of the many states which is increased intake. put citing. Thank you steve. Thank you. I love it when the travels growing support us and go look at that information. Bring that because there's a lot more buildings. Yeah what happened. What i'm hearing is the because we've had this boom of.
"steve white" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"steve white" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Lloyd appear in the bill. The director is sanders stern who also writes the screenplay now the origin of the evil escapes. I guess we have to start with the author of the book upon which this film is inspired. The book is written by john. G jones who has written a lot of amityville books in fact he actually started out in show business. He used to be guitarist and vocalist back in australia. For this rock band in the mid nineteen sixties called the missing links. He came to the united states sometime later in the hope that he was going to go further in his music career but his plans changed in nineteen eighty. He met george and kathleen lutz at this cocktail party that was hosted by mutual friends. The let's is if you haven't listened to my previous episodes on this the infamous residents of the amityville home who purported having chilling experiences with the paranormal. It eventually inspired the selling book and the movie of the late nineteen seventies called the amityville horror several months after their meeting. The lutzes implored john g jones to write a follow up to jay. Anson's the amityville horror. This would be about the. Let's experiences after leaving the amityville home. So they entered into an agreement book and film rights. We're going to be left with john g jones as well as paul commission to shop around to try to tell the lead story. The let's as we're going to get some cut of the advances and hopefully some more monetary game in the future. It resulted ultimately in the nineteen eighty-one book. That would be called the amityville horror to it became another bestseller for this amityville story. Now since then. Jones continued writing a number of amityville sequels including admittedly fictional stories as he continued on those included eventually nineteen eighty-eight amityville the evil escapes. Now the let's family. They left their amityville home. They would only been there about twenty days. They vowed never to return after their experiences there after they had left they had some intermediaries auctioned off their belongings sometime later. According to the lenses despite no longer residing amityville there were some sort of evil entities that followed them to their new home in california and in addition to that some who came into the possession of their auctioned items also reported experiencing strange and eerie occurrences in their own homes. So inspired by this. These latter anecdotes were put into the writing of amityville. The evil escapes which was an anthology of six short stories. Meant to shock and scare the people who are naturally attracted to the amityville story now. These fictional stories involve other people not necessarily. The leads is who buy items from the amityville home. They began to experience supernatural events that are caused by the evil that is somehow seeped in or escaped into these items and those items include such things as a power drill a motorcycle a stuffed toy dog and a painting now around the time of the book's publication. A man named steve. White steve white he wants ran the tv movie division for nbc for many years and then he ran new world pictures starting in one thousand nine hundred six before he ventured forth to run his own. Production company steve white productions which later became sometime in the nineteen ninety s steve white entertainment. For one of steve white's first projects. He became interested in adapting the john g john's book the evil escapes into perhaps one. Or maybe more movies to try to get the ball. Rolling white called a man named sandor stern who had worked for a long time. As a television writer he'd also done a movie at nbc under white in nineteen eighty five. John and yoko love story so they had a previous working relationship. More importantly though sanders stern happen to have also written the original screenplay to nineteen seventy-nine 's the amityville horror. The white asked to see if stern must be interested in making one of these six stories contained or maybe more into a television phil. Stern took a look at the book. He read it. He said it was not really keen on this specific stories. That are in the book. But he thought they might be able to make a film using this idea of evil transferring into the objects within a demonic possessed house. You know tied to amityville. Somehow other people have used the amityville name they might as well you know maybe something electric specifically where the evil could travel through the power cable into the object and then come back out when it's plugged in at another location so it could take over the next house now. White felt that even if the story that sandor stern wanted to make was not specifically contained in the book he really wanted the title. The title was gonna sell it. So white bought the rights up to the book for a fee as well as giving a co producer credit to its author. John jones white sold the package to his old company. Nbc as a made for television movie that they would show during their may sweeps run in nineteen eighty nine now in san doors completed screenplay a crack team of catholic priests comes in to the amityville home to the demonic presence within the possessed house. This film seems to ignore the prior amityville sequels. Because if you watched amityville three d you know. The house was destroyed at the end of that film. A cornered by all of these priests and their exorcism techniques. The demon finds refuge by traveling through this power cable into this hideous looking floor lamp. One see the evil traveling through a moving lump in the cables. Almost cartoonish in that way. A sensing the evil has gone from the home. The contents of whatever is left behind in the house are subsequently put up at a yard sale. And that's where we find a frolic. Some older woman spying this hideous lamp for a hundred dollars a steel. She says because she's going to send it to her sister in california as a great gag gift now. That sister is alice lecoq. Alice lives in a giant victorian house overlooking the pacific ocean. That's in this fictional. Northern california town of dan. Kat now alice's. A bitter fuddy-duddy very set in their ways at this point in her life. She's unhappy now to have to take in her. Newly widowed daughter nancy evans and her three grandchildren until they can get back on their feet alice while her daughter and her grandchildren are moving in. She received the lamp and after the open it up she places it prominently in her home despite her household cat and her parrot reporting with great alarm as to its presence for reasons that they basically ignore not long afterwards strange occurrences of course erupt. The evil gets unleashed throughout the house. The malevolent spirit especially targets and influences the youngest of the grandchildren by convincing her. That it is her dead father. Meanwhile one of the priests concludes that the evil may actually transferred into one or more of the house's yard sale items and he starts to sleuth eventually leading to trying to warn the family that they are in possession of a powerful demonic presence that surely may destroy them. Aw now initial advertised plot. Descriptions saint out for publicity for amityville. Evil escapes listed. The mother nancy as the one who would be possessed. The grandmother would come to rescue now either. The early information was wrong or stern revised the story prior to filming because the end product actually has the youngest daughter being the one who the spirit seeks to seduce or a possess. Stern felt that the demon would likely target the weakest person for its possession so naturally the youngest daughter's should be that one the amityville locale while that really only takes place in the first few minutes of the film. The rest of it takes place in grandmother's house early. The evil escape also marks the first amityville entry so far not to film at the toms river. New jersey location. They found a relatively similar home in the town of wilmington in los angeles county california. Stern's wife candy happened to be the production designer for this film as well as quite a few other of his television productions. She put up facade on this house in los angeles county to try to resemble the home in amityville long island new york although with its old quarter moon windows still intact. One of the real life amityville houses owners had changed its appearance and street address to discourage intruders in an unwanted visitors. So the real amityville home really doesn't resemble the amityville home at least in those very infamous windows now as mentioned most of the rest of the evil escapes takes place at the grandmother's victorian mansion in california. Now they couldn't find a house on a bluff overlooking the ocean as was needed for the script but the location manager did find a house. The jam sharp house near santa paula. In ventura county california happened to be kind of on a small elevation. So you really wouldn't if you're looking at it see anything around it or beyond it so that would allow them to make alternate exteriors with some clever editing now wants nag though the elderly woman who owned the house at that time would not let this production film on her property and i was because a few years. Prior another film crew had come in to do a production and they. They trampled her beloved roses that she lovingly cultivated her home despite the producer. Promising they were going to be extra. Careful coincidentally producer of that film was buried bernardi who happened to also be producing the evil escapes a candy stern. She stepped in sanders. Wife stepped in the production designer. She assured the woman she personally was going to take care that her roses were not trampled on at all and eventually she convinced the woman in the got the approval however sander told bernardi he should under no circumstances show his face on the premises or he was going to face the ladies wrath because they could only get approval to shoot the exterior of the house. The interiors were done at a different location. The woodbury story house in alta dena also in california now for the back of the house which would be showed overlooking the bluffs. Well they found a trailer park near the ocean around paradise. Cove living in malibu also in california. They built an upright flat. That would look like the back of a house overlooking the ocean from the bluffs. Now for the main actors. Stern worked with the casting director very closely. They wanted to come up with actors to pursue for each respective part. The really had little trouble casting. The film must've the actors. Were people. stern knew who did television regularly. Patty duke jane wyatt. Norman lloyd they all fit the mold of their respective characters. These were names that came to mind when they were thinking about. Who could play those roles. All were a little bit too established as actors to really ask them to come in and read for the roles so they just took a chance of me. The offer and stern was very happy that these actors agreed to sign on despite undergoing no auditions. Patty do in particular lengthy process air to the production. She was very easy to work with and she made sure that the shoot was enjoyable for everyone as the mother in this film. Jane wyatt has the grandmother. She was known primarily for playing margaret anderson. Who is the mother on the hit. Show from the nineteen fifties called father dose best now although the amityville horror was a wildly popular bestselling book as well as a popular film in the late. Nineteen seventies jane. Wyatt had never actually heard of the amityville property or any of its background before. She initially thought the film when she's being offered it was going to be about the civil war because she was confusing. Amityville with andersonville aka camp sumter the notoriously deplorable confederate prison that housed tens of thousands of union soldiers toward the end of the civil war. Unlike alice lecoq jane. Wyatt was a believer in ghosts because at least for one thing a personal friend of hers who happened to be a ceo of a major insurance company. He talked about having a poltergeist in his home and he would often relate to where his furniture was moving around or how he could hear knocking noises at different times he lived with it because the activity he felt was benign. Wyatt found the part of the grandmother very fun to play primarily because this was a persona. That was very different from the the loving and welcoming margaret anderson character. She was most known for so she was able to branch out as an actor for the older priest. Father manfred sanders. Stern was a great admirers of norman. Lloyd he did a lot of work of the years that he liked. You always wanted to work with him. Lloyd during this period was appearing on television as dr daniel. Oush lander on. Tv's saint elsewhere and that role on saint elsewhere. Actually change the types of other roles. He was being offered at the time. Almost always cast heavy in prior films in his career but now he was getting mostly good guys roles as evidenced here by him representing up a man of the cloth who is seeking to thwart evil. Wherever you can find it jerry bessler. She plays the older of the three grandchildren. Amanda bachelor for horror fans today. You might know her under her. Pseudonym of zillow trilling she kind of has built a cult following over the years for her appearances in horror chillers in one thousand nine hundred nineteen nineties. Cheap eventually left acting in one thousand nine hundred seven. She pursued a career in dance. It didn't pan out for a long time so she currently works as an hr director for mortgage lending company branch in los angeles. playing brian. the middle grandchild has aaron eisenberg. Eisenberg probably will be known to die hard star trek fans. He later played the fringe character. Nog on seven seasons of the tv show deep space nine for the youngest of the three grandchildren brandy gold. She happens to be younger. Sister of tracey gold. Who you might know as carol seaver on the tv. Show pains back in the day. And she also was the younger sister of missy. Gold who played katie. Gatling on the tv show benson brandy also appeared as the young version of elizabeth. The star child in the tv miniseries v the final battle which i covered on an earlier episode. The evil escapes marks brandy goals last credited acting role. Gold essentially quit acting at the age of twelve and then followed in her father's footsteps down the road by becoming a talent agent. The evil escapes with its characters. Seems to make this deliberate connection between the three generations of women in the family as needing to find a way to bond to overcome their dilemma along. They have to find a way to get it together ultimately to thwart the evil presence in the house. Meanwhile the men are relegated as ineffectual from the deceased and absent husband. You have the skittish son. The overwhelmed priests and a couple of victimized smaller characters like the plumber and the helpful boy whose hand gets mangled by shoving it into a garbage disposal and one of the more popular scenes by the way. That actor was portrayed by sander's stearns son jamie. His father told him to stick his hand in the garbage disposal in a very very painful to watch now video releases have added a few extra shots of blood and gore that were there presumably to spice up the international theatrical showings for this film most notably the scene where the boy gets his hand slice and dice in the garbage disposal now. Standard stirring claims. He does not remember shooting that much blood or blood really in the garbage disposal. Seen he suggests somebody came in afterward perhaps and did it. Although you would think considering his son was involved he would remember shooting. His hand getting slashed and blood splattering all over his face but anyway he claims he doesn't remember so continuing the nepotism those not only having his wife involved in the production design as well as the sun as one of the small actors. Stern also hired his other son mark to assist his wife in production design as the art director and another one of his sons sean to assist in the editing during post production special effects in this film their minimal. They're very low tech for what you might expect from an amityville film the lamp. It doesn't do a lot more here than glow one occasion. We see a demonic face superimposed on its glass blow but other scares are pretty mild. There are a few gruesome events melting phones. The dead parrot and a toaster oven that hand mangled in the garbage disposal that stands out body parts and by all that spewed from a sewer pipe into the face of a plumber. It's kinda kinda gross. I guess for television. Anyway there's a sequence where brian the the middle grandchild has chainsaw that starts on its own and then he he can't control where it's going in. That represents one of the films more memorable scenes although that likely is remembered mostly because it's executed in a very silly fashion. If you see this film it's hard to forget that particularly seed. I think one of the common observations among people who watch this film especially for the first time. Is that amityville the evil escapes. The lighting in this film is unusually bright and cheery for a demonic possession. horror film. now. Tom richmond. He was the credited cinematographer but he had no prior experience with the much faster tempo the speed of doing a tv film. Shoot so richmond was told early on by sandor stern that stern was going to work very closely with michael lund. His camera operator on all of the shop placements and movements to keep things running smoothly and that relegated richmond to essentially being much more of a lighting director than as cinematographer and richmond knew that he had two main stars who were older actresses who we felt would want to be shot in soft lighting so they came off looking good and soft. Lighting did not work well with the moody look so he filmed very brightly now. Usually under such circumstances. If you're going to film it in soft lighting. It's it's a more moody film. The production designer would be the one to create a darker environment within that light. But in this case the house interiors as well as the wardrobe all very brightly done. It was a brightly decorated film. Everybody was wearing bright colors so it looked much more like a cheery film which some people actually watch this as if it is meant to be kind of a comedy in its own way and i suppose you could kind take it that way. It is very funny on a certain level. Now the last shot of the film and this will be a spoiler to those of. You haven't seen it so you can skip ahead about a minute. If you haven't sanders was hoping that he was going to be offered a sequel. They made it so we put in a shot at the very end of the film. The houses cat at the beach lamp has been tossed out. The evil makes a transfer into the body of the now. This was not to be amityville. The escapes unfortunately finished a relatively low fifty fourth in the nielsen ratings. For the week of its initial release. It barely beat out a health related. Abc news special called the national cholesterol. That actually shows you just how much people were ignoring this film at the time. It was crushed competition that included new episodes of dallas and falcon crest on. Cbs and it even failed to attract the readings of reruns on abc. For mr belvedere and just attentive ass- so essentially sanders stirrings run. But he had wanted to continue on would end here. Now the franchise obviously did continue on this. Now talk about that in a moment but the evil escapes failed to make a connection at the time and it really has failed to make a big connection to most fans at least of the early amityville works however there is a small contingent among those people who watch films. Ironically they love this kind of horror the sillier the better. You can really have a good time kind of fun of or having fun with depending on your point of view. A movie like amityville. The evil escapes because at no point really. Do you ever take it very seriously. In its execution is so funny in. Its own way. I don't think intentionally. Necessarily but i don't think centre. Stern was really trying to deliver anything more than an entertaining movie for television. So taking it for what it is. It's kind of an entertaining movie to observe at least on that ironic level so for that. I will give this film. Two stars out of four two stars on my scale means that it's lacking something vital. That would keep it from being a movie that i would recommend to most people on that which is lacking obviously is going to be. It's not very scary. It's really really stupid premise. For a film the story is not really that exciting to relate and yet in its defense. It's one of those movies that you love to talk about at work. You say. I watch this crazy movie last night about demonic possessed lamp and it's great to talk about. It's extremely absurd. It's kind of a precursor to another film. That's kind of related somewhat to the amityville series the conjuring series as well as annabel saul an inanimate object that is somehow possessed by a demonic presence. It doesn't move it doesn't do anything. Just looks creepy but yet all these crazy things are happening around it. So if you like those annabel movies i guess you can look at this as kind of a very primitive version of that particular story. Maybe less scary because it's made for television but it's not enough for me to recommend it to a vast majority of people and that's why i can only give it generously probably for most people to stars out of four. Some people might rate it below that two stars out of for. Give amityville the evil escapes now. This was retitled when it came out on home. Video to amityville four. The evil escapes as well as the amityville. Horror able escapes part four. So you might see under different names as you concentrate on the gapes it. You will know that. This is the movie now. John g jones did eventually write a book just the next year. It was called amityville bill. The horror returns which when published to contain the statement on the book soon to be an nbc movie so they did have an idea at the time there were making the evil escape that this was going to be the franchise that understand wanted it to be on television but that movie was canceled. It was never made the low ratings for the evil escapes probably killed it subsequent though did continue on going straight to video over the next few years now those subsequent entries.
"steve white" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Tim late the the orange adding an orange light and then i hung some chimes tubular bell. Type times right near where i had this. This state put out and the idea was that if they found a bait they would equate the sound to the bay. And the light to the yeah. I've lost that'd be since there. You go right. Yeah absolutely Back the les stroud from survivor man. Bigfoot stole my idea. After i told them that anyway but anyway Different things like that. We try to you know like i say the conventional things and we try some unconventional things. We were one of the first ones to use Drone cameras You know you. Uav's if you want And i designed things early on in my research that have yet to even be like. Yeah we've seen the action of one that you went down the river bed with one of the uab's. I remember that. Oh you saw that. Yeah i saw that one. Yup i did my research man. I think on you. So yeah we. We saw the Experiment that you were referring to about the apple. We saw that too. Because we you know we've been really getting courage about crypto and all that so we actually took a little time to do some research and we saw some your stuffing. It's it's awesome. That's wells excited about having you on right now. Well steve white. Mental searchers have said the reason we don't find the carcass of a big place is because they bury their own. Just like what a bear would do ju over there there. There are some misnomers out there like that Such as Elephant graveyard for instance Like i said. Peter burn is a dear friend of mine. He's ninety four and a half years old right now. He's still kicking and in apps. Actually pretty good health. And he still goes out in the field he's one of the last of the four horsemen of watching as we like to say he says and he spent a lot of his time in asia bo northern india as well as nepal spent decades there to be honest with you and he is an expert in elephants and tigers and whatnot. He says this idea of an elephant. Graveyard that spock. What do you talk you know. And i no the reason all these elephants in some cases die. Is there hurt type animal. And if there's a say environmental conditions such as drought or what have you they all kind of stick together and they they they succumb you know not far from each other but there is no such thing as he says. There's no such thing as an animal grave. He says well matter of fact he he told me that a full grown asian elephants that dies in say in.
"steve white" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"On this episode of the jeff does vegas podcast. I still think there's value in vegas. I'm not drinks are expensive. They're expensive shows food meals. Make sense it but you can't do it on a budget. Well i just think it's a wonderful wonderful place in spanish. Its name means the meadows. You might know it. As the entertainment capital the world lost wages or simply sin city. Of course talking about fabulous. Las vegas nevada on average forty. Two million people. Visit las vegas every year. And i'm one of them. I love this city. The sights the sounds the shows the people the history. I wanna share all of it with you taking you to the world famous vegas strip and beyond my name is jeff and this is the jeff does vegas podcast there and welcome to episode number eighty three of the jeff does vegas podcast before we get rolling this episode of the show. I want to thank my guest from the last episode. Danny elizabeth a legit vegas showgirl. Who's appeared in the legendary show jubilee and is currently one of the performers and host of the show crazy girls at planet hollywood. We talked about her past dancing. Experience training with a world renowned broadway dancer and choreographer and her road to landing her very first biggest gig. If you haven't had a chance to listen as of yet. Jump into the archives. Where ever you get your podcasts and search out episode number eighty two my special guest danny elizabeth or head to the website at jeff does vegas dot com all right here we go onto the show. It's always fun having other vegas fanatics on the show and my guest for this episode of the podcast definitely falls into that category. Joining me this time around. All the way from across the pond is steve white better known on twitter as las vegas. Uk if you've ever listened to these or cast podcast presented by travels orc. You'll be familiar with steve. He's the british half of the show and is extremely well-versed in all things las vegas stephen. I had an awesome conversation chatting about everything from our predictions. Potential changes coming to las vegas to our very first vegas trips. The mistakes we made and what we've learned from them to the rather unique vegas guide that he's currently in the process of writing and being that steve is in the uk and on full on lockdown. And i'm in canada with extremely strict quarantine measures in place. We thought it might be worth having a discussion about travel restrictions and.
"steve white" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Julie live in 7217 new coronavirus cases and 68 deaths today in Arizona. That brings the total number of positive cases to 722,574. The total number of deaths is 12,238. Arizona Department of Health. Also reporting more than 21,000 diagnostic tests, Congresswoman Debbie Lesko tells the mic room had show she took her 91 year old mother to get the cove in 19 vaccine at the State Farm Stadium pod. She says the processes were pretty easy. The weapon 53 minutes from arrival. We were done. It was great. It was. It was easy. It was fast. It was organized, She adds. Both her and her husband were offered the vaccine while there, but declined. So others who needed more conveyed it. Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs respond to allegations that he was involved in planning the January 6. Reach of the U. S. Capitol. Biggs denies the allegations and caused the riot that left five people dead on January 6 peaceful that campaign for accountability has asked for ethics and criminal investigations into the actions of Congressman Biggs and fellow Republican Republican congressman Paul Goes, are As of right now are Scottsdale Story is open and has started accepting customers at a handful of recreational sales Already, Scott Still, dispensary is wasting no time as the health Department allowed over 73 Arizona medical dispensaries to sell recreational weed on Friday. Steve White with harvest health and recreation in Scottsdale, says they're ready for the lines of people waiting to make their purchases. They process that we've been working on for quite some time. We put a number of safeguards in place to ensure that all sales are done in a legally come Client matter. Anyone over the age of 21 is allowed to buy 56 of the newly licensed dispensaries are in the Phoenix area for full list you could go to Katie are dot com. Let's get a check now on traffic in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. It's Josh Kay. Well, South bound on the loop 101 P. M a freeway. A crash at 90th Street is currently blocking multiple lanes near the 90th Street on ramp lookout for delays in the area here. Eastbound on the one No. One. Construction is closing you down between seventh Street and state route 51. Then we've gotta crash to look out for off the freeways. This one is coming in on Indian school Road at 59th Avenue..
"steve white" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Coronavirus in Arizona 7316 new coronavirus cases 169 deaths today in Arizona more than 20,000 new diagnostic tests were reported overnight. I am happy Tol report that we are starting to see some improvement. That's the chief medical officer at Valley Wise Health, Dr Michael White, saying the hospital currently has over 100 covert 19 patients hospitalized, But just last Friday, the hospital saw its peak at 133. So we're starting to see it down. Turn in that now, which is wonderful. This is the same to directory that we saw over the summer surge when we were in July and August with holiday gatherings behind everybody Now, when the vaccine and played White believes we could start to plateau. Elsewhere. Arizona Medical marijuana has gotten the green light to sell recreational Lee to Arizonans. It's been a long time coming for Arizonans. That means recreational pot can now be bought a dispensaries across the state. The Health Department approved more than 85 licenses today. Steve White with the dispensary, harvest, health and Recreation, and Scott still says conducted sales. We do have people that are starting to line up, but we are prepared to process people. Very quickly, So the hope is that we can appropriately and effectively control the lines. 56 of the newly licensed dispensaries are in the Phoenix area for a full list. You can go to Katie Jr dot com. Miley alone Katie our news. Alright, let's quickly head out on the roadways down from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. And Josh K. Is just kind of hanging around, relaxing and doing what Josh Kate does. So he's not their way had an error. It didn't work. Let's quickly go into the weather for you right now. Right now. 62 cloudy showers this evening about 80% chance Tomorrow 54 a low of 47 rain most of the day weather brought to you by Howard Air..
"steve white" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Farrow off today. Tom Washington drama mounting. We've got eight days left over eight days of drama filled action in Washington, D C. We've been talking about how nothing matters it matters. People are just looking at money, more of it from Washington, looking for more of it, and also the headlines coming out. This is a Washington waking up. We welcome you on radio and TV across This nation, the secretary of state massive controversy yesterday over Yemen real outrage I'm told across both parties on the hill today. Mr Pompeo commenting. Those who participated in capital attacks are criminals. Secretary goes on to say history or reflect on quote. Good work. The Trump Administration did so some of the beginning headlines of an historic Tuesday morning Lisa to the markets, and I know we're gonna get through this and Steve Whiting in a minute to me, Lisa the major message if you can bring it up. Abroad on that Bring it up right now. The four day 10 year chart just simply shows yield up and price down. Yeah, this idea that people are explained, expressing their reflation trades in that yield curve that steeping in that 10 year yield. That's the highest since March. 2020. But really, actually, what Michael Collins said. Which is? How much more room does this have to go at what 0.2 people start seeing Bonds is cheap relative to growth expectations, Tom No, no question about it again. I would note secondarily Lisa comment on oil up. I mean, Jeff Curry of Goldman Sachs looks smart at Morris working with Steve Whiting and Citigroup talking $60 a barrel. We may get there by Romain Bostic Show this afternoon which you're gonna plug because he is doing us a solid I will say I do. I find it interesting. What? Mark McCormick of TD securities today, Which is that the more belt mobility data is tracking the vaccination schedules as vaccines get distributed more quickly in certain nations. You're seeing people move around more, and this is positive for oil. It is positive for growth, and that is what he is tracking to determine which nations have an edge when it comes to their currency and their economies. Tom. Welcome to all of you. I'll give you the statistic that I saw yesterday, folks Good morning to San Francisco on Bloomberg radio, and they're early. Morning. It was the difference between mask wearing Lisa and San Francisco versus mass query in Los Angeles. Huge difference. And you just go. Why? I mean, what is the cultural imperative that gets you to that? Yeah, well, we see that all over right? And why is there a cultural difference in something that seems more medical than it is just a matter of opinion on this historic Tuesday will try to stay on the markets but again, looking for political headlines as well. Steven Wieting Is with that, Morris. It's Citigroup sitting your private bank and he joins us this morning. Steven Wieting, do you readjust your 2021 view with the tumult of the 1st 12 days of this year? We don't Not because of political shocks like this. I think when we look back at history, we confined 20 events all the way back and including World War two. Really qualify his political or geopolitical shocks. Only two of them really turned the direction of the world economy, and this is one that I would doubt is going to turn the direction of the world upon and for all those that didn't Effects in financial markets weren't felt for more than 90 days. See the one you didn't come in on that Morse an oil to 60 as well. You've got frontline commodity work filtering into Citigroup Private bank. How do you filter in the work of Edward Morse? Remarkably, because it's across asset classes. It's powerful when we understand what's going on in the oil market. In particular more than other commodities, but certainly in commodities like copper and iron or These might have directly relatively small shares of economic activity, but the sensitivities to credit Movements and currencies. The read through the broader acid allocation. It's been really powerful. So it's been a fantastic contributor to our work in terms of broad arrested allocation, even beyond commodities. So what you're saying is that you by the reflection trade? Is that what you're saying? Why'd you because I believe in the vaccine. On and we see already with just three producers, probably five billion vaccine doses will be distributed over the course of 2021. That's not the end. The vaccine pipeline. And you can hear it from the Federal Reserve. If you don't want to believe me, that the course of the virus the pandemic and the vaccines will really determine the course of the future economy. This has been in external exogenous shock. We were came into this event relatively healthy, with low inflation rates, no booms in any industries. This virus knocked us down incredibly deeply. It's treat every asset price in the world on it when it leaves. It will change every ISIS asset pricing the world on there's a lot of the economy that can still be restored. In later in 2021 22, a zit reports, all right, so in the near term, how are you looking at the vaccinations in order to determine your investing pieces were speak with Mark McCormack about how he's tracking which nations are doing the best job of getting vaccines into our arms. Are you doing the same to determine where in the world to invest? Well, it's no surprise, for example, that throughout Asia, the pervasiveness of the virus has been lowered. Maybe it's the experience with stars, for example, very, very high compliance with mask wearing I just had a different economic impact there. I just think that we are very early on in terms of the vaccination. I mean, it is fairly miraculous that we have effective accidents at the levels. What we're seeing. Right? Epidemiologists expected 60 to 70% efficacy. You know, a little bit closer to flu vaccines on here We are with some of these well above 90%. The rollout may be slow, but I think this is a little bit like sand in this eve, right? It'll move faster as we as we go forward, Steve waiting quibbling about a couple of months is not something that I'm going to do with acid allocation. She writing Ben later over Tower Hudson. Very courageously. He's been dead on and optimism on the equity markets. Calls for three years of double digit return, he says. There's a knot certitude but the likelihood of that you want I have lived in the certitude of single digit returns. Is that where we finally are? Look, we're not expecting returns. His robust is 2020 on headline, especially for US equities, where we had a lot of defensive equities and technology sector. They provided the solutions to the covert economy. Their evaluations were driven up by falling interest rates right, so is more than the door ability their earnings. There's that evaluation, so we're not expecting to be strong is last year's 19% return for US equities. But there's a lot around the world right now, where 85% of our equity Overweight is outside the United States where we've seen some pockets of the world lead badly behind. Now when we think back to 2009, where conditions perfectly lost jobs, the entirety of 2009. That was a 35% gain right for global Blackwood using that here less for the United States more for the rest of the world. People thought the Expansion was over that we priced in recovery. It's now time you know the way for the next crisis when then went on for 10 years in which we had a 180% game. In global equities kings and nine out of 11 years. And what was the returning cash over there? Find 6% Daniels? Yeah. Steve. What's the distinction of the Citigroup view on markets and 2021? Given? What you've laid out is very much we're hearing for most people in the show..
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"803 995446. That's 803 995446. You're on night side with Dan Ray Until you BZ Boston's news radio back to the calls we go. Let's go to Ken in Florida can next. A nice actor right ahead. Began the voice of reason. I'm a how you doing? I'm doing great hope it's a little warmer in Florida tonight than it is here in New England. You know what heat on in a CIA on and off all day. It's crazy down here, 70, But you get your cold money. That's good, actually good sleeping weather, which what's your reaction to the craziness of the last few days of the last few weeks in the last few months? I'm gonna take a big, deep breath. Had a sip of my find Jameson whiskey and my friends up in Vermont. Steve White in the sun or listening to anyone to say, I sure don Harrison. Okay again? Yep. And Steve White. So I want to say first of all, uh, I think The vice president, Mike Pence, deserves the The Nobel Peace Prize, the profiles in Courage Award. Oh, yeah. The Kennedys. Oh, yeah, well, this line him up terrible, but I'm right in there. I think it defines what President Kennedy's book profiles in. Courage was all about. I think they actually if they're smart, they would consider him. And Trump threw him under the bus. I thought that was Just disgusting. You know, working at home, isolating welcome home, and I had the news off and I came in the kitchen with the news on and always absolutely appalled. So all I can say is I just want to Echo the sentiments of Lindsey Graham. Great senator from Mama. So, Caroline. He said, Listen, we had a good ride. No, I've been a Trump supporter told you numerous times. I don't like the man. There's nothing really here is no redeemable characteristics and support him. No one of his policies and you know you I've gone through all the nonsense with him. A splinter group said I'm out Come out. I mean what he did today, and you were part of it. Jones. There was it. It was. There's a transcript online that the chance to read it. But it's two way way too little weight way to aging. It's just distant, you know? Well, I played it at the top of the show can and again. I My feeling was that should have been his statement maybe two months ago at this point that once it became apparent that the alleged Hannah right to challenge the voting and some of these states, but I don't know. Once once you lose 20 battles in court, 30 what? At? What Point do you say? Hey, um It's just not in the cards, e thought, you know, I have so many friends that they hate me. And now unfriended me. We thought he could show Don't of class. And what he did yesterday to incite that crowd. Was just it was inexcusable. And when we're not even talking about the lack of security, that's not his responsibility. What? What he did to incite That crowd was just he can say Make any comments now, Nate speech, But the damage has been done to him permanently. Is he trying to protect his brand? Or his chances for 2024, because that's out the window. I think it definitely is. I said earlier to you. I think he basically Metaphorically, doused him himself with gasoline or doused his political future with gasoline and lit himself his family because they're just a sad as he is, who got to him. Well, he said he did surround himself with a lot of sync, authentic characters on D. He's surrounded himself with a with a lot of people who weren't capable to do their job. Um, he was he was a horrible Uh, hey, made horrible choices in terms of the people and of affect the most loyal people with the people who left him early, um including and Bob are left him late and today. Um Bob Barr was did not pull, pull any punches. Um, he called Trump's actions yesterday, a betrayal of his office. How many books they're going to be written about this presidency. Do you think lots and they will sell a lot of they will sell a lot of books. Simple is that Hey, can I gotta run? I got full lines. Great to hear your voice is always Thanks for checking in with us this afternoon to talk to Ken. Well, being consumed by your bet you let's see anxieties. Now. There's I eat in Linz, I we missed you before. Let's hope you there now go right ahead side. I'm here. That's what about Welcome back 15 years. Same to you, sir. What's your take on all of this? Me. I am very very. I was upset, my friend. I saw this happen yesterday, capital of the United States. And I am super present, but one I saw yesterday and then the president. He didn't con darling. Anything and then she so still supporting his stealing. You still like tragic dividing us? Asked Condemning that is no right way And then she's destroyed the Republican Party on reality. Is just through his losses, right? I mean enough. You know this United States history is not like Today and tomorrow. The history all people of the wars. They're watching a new it. And then 44 wisdom passed by before Colonel Tom Mr President Donald Trump. But we will support him but his destroy all these things. Is that everything? Yeah, well, I'll tell you this. I think that eventually the Republicans will pull themselves together. Let's see how the other Biden Harris team does. I have something that I have to think. Yep. My first thing is I want to Republican party. We need a good leader. I want Oh, government. Much decision shall be beggar Recon when being praised on lecture 2024. And then the second thing I need toe like Terrence Party. They try to run. Find something good other energy because two bodies sometime is horrible. You know you don't need it. I got to tell you something. If you want a third party is if you split either the Democratic Party of the Republican Party in America. All you will do will be assured. The party that stays together will be elected forever. Trust me on that. If you split the Democratic Party, the Republican Party would would win every election. If you split the Republican Party, the Democratic Party would win every election. But I want my government want to put those on next 2024. All right, friend. Thank you. Thank you. So you talk to you soon. Let me go to Pam up in Nashua, New Hampshire, Pam. Thanks for checking in. Welcome. How are you tonight? Hey, Dan. Happy New Year. Happy New Year to YouTube Way to start the new year. Listen, I respect you a lot. And and your opinion. Um, And you're a very intelligent man. So I appreciate that as well. Not immediately. Thank you for coming. Go ahead. Go ahead. I wanted to say that I watched everything that happened. Starting I was watching all night the the Democratic race in Georgia. So I started watching television than and waited to the the hours of the morning to see the results. So I started watching television then and didn't stop because of what happened. Um, the terrorists on our capital there. So that that was obviously a very disturbing to everyone. I have not been a trump supporter. I don't believe that He's a moral character. But I do believe in our government and I do believe Republican Party is Democratic Party will will survive this. However, I wanted to mention you get that A lot of Democrats did not acknowledge Trump tents. Mean Pence in his actions yesterday to let you know that during the when they when Congress reconvenes to sort big electoral colleges and register them, every single Democrat that talked. The first thing, they said, was how much they admired and appreciated pence. Well, that's good that that's good to hear on. And if I miss that I would have liked to have heard something today from from from the President elect, I would have liked to have heard something from the vice president elect. Because I think they are the titular heads of that party and I think that what vice President Pence did took some political and moral courage. Okay, so that that was the one thing and I agree with you, but the other thing was, I would have slowed to hear Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham. Finally get back to themselves and realize what they have been supporting and enabling with Donald Trump. Did you hear them speak last night at the when the Congress reconvened? Yes. Well, I heard Extras of it didn't hear it live because obviously I was on the air last night. Um, but I.