35 Burst results for "The Deal"

Israel urges hard line against Iran at nuclear talks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 hrs ago

Israel urges hard line against Iran at nuclear talks

"Israeli Israeli prime prime minister minister Naftali Naftali Bennett Bennett is is urging urging world world leaders leaders to to take take a a hard hard line line against against Iran Iran and and nuclear nuclear deal deal negotiations negotiations as as world world powers powers sit sit down down with with Iran Iran in in Vienna Vienna in in hopes hopes of of restoring restoring the the tiger tiger twenty twenty fifteen fifteen nuclear nuclear deal deal Israel Israel watches watches with with growing growing concern concern over over possible possible renegotiations renegotiations last last week's week's talks talks in in Vienna Vienna resumed resumed after after a a more more than than five five month month hiatus hiatus and and we're we're the the first first in in which which Iran's Iran's new new hard hard line line government government participated participated at at an an important important step step forward forward for for the the U. U. S. S. after after former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump was was strong strong encouragement encouragement from from Israel Israel withdrew withdrew from from the the deal deal in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen Bennett's Bennett's top top defense defense and and intelligence intelligence officials officials headed headed to to Washington Washington to to discuss discuss the the flailing flailing talks talks and and says says Iran Iran must must begin begin to to pay pay a a price price for for its its violations violations I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon

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Reruns (MM #3909)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Reruns (MM #3909)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Way back in the days when we only had three TV channels, we used to have to deal with reruns come the holiday season. They only make so many shows each year, so interspersed throughout the year they'd have repeat episodes, and we hated those because we didn't know what to watch then. Our favorite show wasn't on them. We'd already seen that episode so why watch again? Well, I don't know if you've paid attention to network TV these days, but we don't have as many reruns anymore. They basically cram two shows into a period. So a Thursday at 7 p.m. show or Thursday at 8 p.m. shut runs, a partial season, and then they have a new Thursday at 7 or 8 p.m. show. That means no reruns. But the problem, you used to one thing and then have to switch and change to something else. It changes your viewing habits, multiple times a year. I'll be honest, I don't watch as much TV, and what do I watch when I do? Well, I watch reruns. Yeah, I watched streamed shows of all the old favorites I used to watch and things like Seinfeld, things like Friends, things like The Big Bang Theory, all those comedies, and what are you watching? Reruns. I remember when we just hit three choices, it was much simpler, even though much more boring at times.

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Reruns (MM #3909)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Reruns (MM #3909)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Way back in the days when we only had three TV channels, we used to have to deal with reruns come the holiday season. They only make so many shows each year, so interspersed throughout the year they'd have repeat episodes, and we hated those because we didn't know what to watch then. Our favorite show wasn't on them. We'd already seen that episode so why watch again? Well, I don't know if you've paid attention to network TV these days, but we don't have as many reruns anymore. They basically cram two shows into a period. So a Thursday at 7 p.m. show or Thursday at 8 p.m. shut runs, a partial season, and then they have a new Thursday at 7 or 8 p.m. show. That means no reruns. But the problem, you used to one thing and then have to switch and change to something else. It changes your viewing habits, multiple times a year. I'll be honest, I don't watch as much TV, and what do I watch when I do? Well, I watch reruns. Yeah, I watched streamed shows of all the old favorites I used to watch and things like Seinfeld, things like Friends, things like The Big Bang Theory, all those comedies, and what are you watching? Reruns. I remember when we just hit three choices, it was much simpler, even though much more boring at times.

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Thousands of Air Guard, Reserves don't meet vaccine deadline

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Thousands of Air Guard, Reserves don't meet vaccine deadline

"The the Air Air Force Force says says more more than than six six percent percent of of the the Air Air National National Guard Guard and and reserve reserve forces forces failed failed to to meet meet the the deadline deadline for for getting getting a a coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine the the Air Air Force Force says says roughly roughly eleven eleven thousand thousand of of its its guard guard and and reserve reserve personnel personnel haven't haven't gotten gotten the the shops shops nor nor a a medical medical exemption exemption is is required required they'll they'll be be allowed allowed to to participate participate in in an an upcoming upcoming monthly monthly drill drill and and still still get get paid paid but but defense defense secretary secretary Lloyd Lloyd Austin Austin made made it it clear clear the the vaccines vaccines mandatory mandatory for for the the nation's nation's guard guard troops troops a a memo memo last last week week said said those those who who refuse refuse the the mandatory mandatory Kobe Kobe vaccination vaccination will will be be barred barred from from federally federally funded funded drills drills and and refused refused the the training training they they need need to to maintain maintain their their guards guards status status he's he's giving giving the the military military services services a a little little more more time time to to publish publish their their official official guidance guidance on on how how to to deal deal with with guard guard members members who who refuse refuse the the vaccine vaccine I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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'Smash and Grab,' a Product of Moral Decay

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | 2 d ago

'Smash and Grab,' a Product of Moral Decay

"The smash and grab craze happening across America. It's just another sign of moral decay. What we're seeing happening all across the country and this really started during Floyd palooza and it's continuing. Is hundreds if not thousands of criminals that go into stores, grab whatever they want and then leave. Now, of course, in San Francisco, they will not prosecute theft unless it's over a certain dollar when I think the dollar amounts like $950. But cut 50, here's a small business owner in Democrat run Oakland, California, saying he might just shut down his business because he says, I can't take this many break ins, go to cut 40. I don't know how many more incidents like this. We can take to keep our doors open. One of the owners of renegade running Victor Diaz is contemplating keeping his doors open for business in Oakland after they were most recently shattered late Sunday Night. And cut 5 a security guard was killed over the weekend. You probably didn't hear about this. As these criminals, these thugs in these vigilantes are just going in and taking whatever they want. This is happening all across the country, by the way. And what happens is a group of 30 or 40 criminals show up to a store and they just flood it and they take what they want and no one dares stop them. Play cut 5. So these gangs of smash and grab thieves raising alarms across the nation, a couple of shops getting hit over the holiday weekend in Fresno, California. It's not just California where it's going on. The organized looting now spreading other parts of the country as well. Also, when I mentioned Kevin ishida, he was a Bay Area security guard who was killed over the weekend during one of these smash and grab deals. So who benefits from this type of anarchy? Remember, that's the most important question that you can ask with any of these things. When things start to unravel and they don't make sense, you need to ask yourself the question who benefits? Well, one more piece of sound cut 9, Fox News report on a Home Depot that was looted for crowbars and mallets. Don't wear everybody. They just want the crowbars because they're going to be building swing sets. That's right. Play cut 9. A group of about 15 to 20 suspects stormed a Home Depot store in Lakewood and stole crowbars, mallets, and sledgehammers before jumping in a bunch of getaway vehicles. Some now fear what those sleeves might plan on doing with those tools. These robberies are leaving many holiday shoppers on edge.

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 Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi I I might might cross cross your your reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi

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Miranda Devine Exposes the Kind of Father Joe Biden Actually Is

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 3 d ago

Miranda Devine Exposes the Kind of Father Joe Biden Actually Is

"I thought it was the most important book of the year and I was not being hyperbolic about that So a couple things about the book and the Biden family and just the disturbing revelations in there You know Miranda my takeaway from the book is about Joe Biden himself who puts a guy like this Hunter Biden his son who he knows well it's his son obviously What kind of guy puts a kid like this Hunter Biden in this central position in these mega business deals with corporations and businesses all over the world knowing he's got this troubled history It's just it speaks to Joe Biden as much as it does to hunter's character You've absolutely nailed it Dan that's the overriding impression that I had was what kind of a father puts the sun with these addiction problems in front of gushing torrents of unaccountable cash And that's what he did at Hunter Biden is even admitted that in his memoir earlier this year beautiful things in which he talks about that money that came from burisma was like play money He said it was $83,333 a month And he didn't have to do anything for it and he said that really that was what led to him falling off the wagon and really indulging in his crack addiction And I think when tens of millions of dollars of ill gotten gains are coming into your bank accounts And you have an addiction problem What are you going to do And I mean it destroyed his marriage He had a really lovely wife and three quarters girls And he's like just unraveled from there on So and the other thing about burisma was that as soon as his father stepped down from being vice president was Margaret out obviously Hunter Biden's 83,000 plus salary from burisma went down to half that much It was cut in half Just crazy

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What Would Happend if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 3 d ago

What Would Happend if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned

"Today is a big day in America because the Supreme Court I believe now while we're taping this is hearing the oral arguments in a Mississippi case that could end up being what overturns roe V wade. And I just want to be on the record and say, there's a lot of false information out there, okay? When people who are pro abortion say that overturning roe V wade will be some dramatic horror. I just want to say to those people, there are plenty states in America where if roe V wade went away yesterday, you can still get your late term abortion. So you're fearing you're hearing a lot of fear mongering from people who act as though, you know, we're going to go back to the 1820s. And I just want to be clear that even if roe V wade ends up being overturned, and the scheme of things, it's nothing. We're still going to have plenty of abortion in America. The only thing that will change is that we are not going to have a preposterous federal law that says every person in America is somehow entitled by the constitution to an abortion, which is ridiculous. Even if you are pro abortion, the idea that our constitution somehow guarantees abortion into the last month, it is preposterous. It's bad law. And on this program, I always just want to be clear about what we're dealing with. So abortion doesn't get wiped out if the Supreme Court undoes roe V wade. So this is a lot of fear mongering you're hearing on the other side and you're going to get a lot of we're just going to have a lot of that. You're going to have a lot of people freaking out. And I just want to say, I don't even know what you're freaking out about because abortion will still be legal in America, unfortunately.

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Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm guessing guessing Coolbaugh Coolbaugh for for the the first first time time in in twenty twenty six six and and a a half half years years Major Major League League Baseball Baseball is is facing facing a a work work stoppage stoppage the the league's league's previous previous collective collective bargaining bargaining agreement agreement set set into into place place in in two two thousand thousand sixteen sixteen expired expired at at eleven eleven fifty fifty nine nine on on Wednesday Wednesday night night M. M. L. L. B. B. negotiators negotiators left left the the players players unions unions hotel hotel about about nine nine hours hours before before the the deal deal was was set set to to expire expire and and the the players players union union confirmed confirmed the the lock lock out out early early Thursday Thursday morning morning prior prior to to the the deadline deadline major major league league teams teams committed committed to to over over one one billion billion dollars dollars in in salaries salaries in in one one day day for for the the first first time time ever ever the the Rangers Rangers finalize finalize deals deals with with infielders infielders Corey Corey Seager Seager and and Marcus Marcus Semien Semien worth worth a a combined combined five five hundred hundred million million hobby hobby by by is is is is headed headed to to the the Tigers Tigers for for a a hundred hundred forty forty million million while while Max Max Scherzer Scherzer received received a a hundred hundred thirty thirty million million to to join join the the Mets Mets in in college college football football Notre Notre Dame Dame is is working working on on a a deal deal to to promote promote defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Marcus Marcus Freeman Freeman to to fill fill its its head head coaching coaching vacancy vacancy according according to to an an AP AP source source Freeman Freeman would would replace replace Brian Brian Kelly Kelly who who left left after after twelve twelve seasons seasons to to become become the the next next coach coach at at LSU LSU Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports

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SCOTUS Case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Could Overturn Roe v. Wade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 4 d ago

SCOTUS Case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Could Overturn Roe v. Wade

"This could be an epic epic day in the history of the Supreme Court and indeed in the history of America oral arguments are underway in this landmark abortion case this is the most important abortion case in years. And the question is going to be how will the Supreme Court Justices maneuver or navigate through. Something they shouldn't even have to deal with in the first place? Will the court in Dobbs V Jackson women's health organization? Shuttle for a ruling that upholds a Mississippi ban on abortion after 15 weeks. Or will it simply do the right thing? Overturn roe V wade and return the regulation of abortion to legislatures in the states. That's what this comes down to.

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Omicron keeps world jittery as more information drips out

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Omicron keeps world jittery as more information drips out

"The the only only conquering conquering the the virus virus variant variant is is keeping keeping a a G. G. three three wheeled wheeled off off kilter kilter the the Japan Japan further further tightens tightens travel travel restrictions restrictions infections infections linked linked to to Omicron Omicron have have popped popped up up in in more more places places a a new new evidence evidence makes makes clear clear the the mutant mutant strain strain was was circulating circulating weeks weeks earlier earlier than than originally originally thought thought one one concern concern country country Japan Japan Aust Aust international international airlines airlines to to stop stop taking taking new new reservations reservations all all flights flights arriving arriving in in the the country country from from December December much much is is still still unknown unknown about about the the new new variant variant including including how how contagious contagious it it is is and and whether whether it it can can evade evade vaccines vaccines the the European European Union Union chief chief has has acknowledged acknowledged that that waiting waiting for for scientists scientists to to tell tell the the world world more more felt felt like like an an eternity eternity meanwhile meanwhile many many nations nations in in Europe Europe the the still still dealing dealing with with an an older older phone phone the the delta delta variant variant I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 4 d ago

Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

"Day. Trevor, Noah gets the dummy today. Now I've long said, you take Bill Mars earpiece off. You take Trevor Noah's earpiece off. John Stuart any of them. Gobert, you put them in a room with a smart man or woman who's well read, and you'll let him talk for two hours. There will be nothing left but ribbons of them. There will be cut to pieces. By anyone who knows their way around a set of facts and how to argue. They're not that bad. They're not smart. They're funny, and they have good timing, they're good comics. But Trevor Noah is a moron. Cut number 21. And while most of the world is willing to wait and see, at least one person feels comfortable about making predictions, the Moderna CEO told the Financial Times he expects the existing vaccines to be less effective against the new variant of COVID. I think it's going to be a material drop. This was on vaccine efficacy. I just don't know how much because we still need to wait for the data, but all the scientists I've spoken to are saying this is not going to be good. So on the one hand, almost all the only cron cases have been mild so far. But on the other hand, the guy who stands to gain millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines. Huh. If we don't make a new vaccine, this disease could be with us Ferrari. I mean forever. Sorry, I was thinking of something else. Now, look, I'm not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying, I don't think he's the most objective source on this topic, you know? I'll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine. People like public health officials or the CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I mean, he's got nothing a game 'cause nobody's gonna buy his vaccines either way, so I trust him. And also, if we do need a new vaccine for this new variant, it's not a big deal. All right, people. I see people online being like, we're going to get a new shot every year. There's no way. Yeah, yeah, you know what? Maybe to not die, you might need to take 15 minutes out of your year.

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CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo Indefinitely

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 4 d ago

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo Indefinitely

"CNN had suspended Chris Cuomo indefinitely. I like Chris. He has done a very bad thing in the world of news. Using his position in the news to advance and protect his brother. He's been suspended indefinitely. You can't do that. He can't protect your Friends by manipulating the news. Not even if it's your brother. And I hope it works out. I hope they figure it out. Jeff Zucker is a fair guy. They will consider the details. They will look at past presidents like the NBA suspending somebody. It's internal to CNN. It's actually not a matter of why I did nothing illegal. It's just what do you do in the news business? You can't self deal. If I made that in the radio world, there's something called Paola. It's dead now. Hopefully it's dad. You know, I look at Gallagher's palaces and I say, ah nah, Gallagher would never do that. I know Mikey, he's the most honest guy in the world, even if he is playing daddy works right now. If someone were to give me money and say, here's a hundred bucks, 500 bucks, a thousand bucks. Please plug my restaurant. Wonderful restaurant in the ditch of Columba. That's Paola. I'd go to jail.

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Miranda Devine on Why Hunter Biden Is a Sleazeball

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 4 d ago

Miranda Devine on Why Hunter Biden Is a Sleazeball

"Some of these situations which Hunter Biden literally involving some pretty sleazy people who I would imagine would would put him into some very uncomfortable situations right Well basically thanks to Joe Biden Hunter Biden was introduced to the inner sanctum of both president Xi of China and Vladimir Putin in Russia He was mixing with the oligarchs who were at the very top of both of those power structures both in Moscow and in Beijing and in Shanghai His father introduced him to those people In fact in 2013 when Joe Biden was vice president he flew hunter on air force two with him to Beijing for a series of meetings with president Xi and the big weeks there in China And he also was introduced at that time to one of Hunter Biden's new business partners because a few days after they left Beijing hunter of course the deal was signed and delivered on a basically a fund and investment fund that would grow to by 2019 have $2.5 billion worth of managed funds funds invested in it And the Hunter Biden still owns 10% of that business It's called bhr And you know that means that the president's son was in business with the Chinese Communist Party

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Chris Cuomo Bullied Andrew Cuomo's Top Aide Melissa DeRosa on Handling Allegations

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 4 d ago

Chris Cuomo Bullied Andrew Cuomo's Top Aide Melissa DeRosa on Handling Allegations

"So Chris Cuomo goes in and starts advising his brother and had a handle the sexual assault allegations The scandal against him And in the beach you era CNN stands by him Think about this now In the me too era CNN stands by him In chill the transcripts come out of his conversations with the governor's top adviser Melissa derosa Now Melissa derosa was bullied also by Chris Cuomo who was saying things to her like you need to trust me You don't know what you're doing here I know what I'm doing We are making mistakes we can't afford So he's bullying the governor's top aide Telling her what to do You need to bring in me and liszt Smith and Jeffrey poll You need to do all these things Listen to what I'm telling you to do Do this do that Well he's on CNN pretending like none of this is happening Then he goes on and he lies to everybody and says oh listen I was just helping him as a brother to brother Just give it a moral support No big deal I want to talk about it ever again And they didn't And so CNN just didn't talk about it The governor of New York resigns and the 9 p.m. host on CNN Does not bring it up Does not mention it does not talk about it It's only when Chris Cuomo hands off his show to Don lemon show which I believe 8 less people watch so that would be a total of 42 people watching both programs Average of course 42 people watching And then gives the show the reins over to Don lemon and then Don lemon talked about it but only after he and Chris did their little handoff together I love you buddy Love you Love you more love you Love you Big guy love you big guy Love you like a brother and then Don lemon would go on then Chris Cuomo would sign off and Don lemon would savage Andrew

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Did Chris Cuomo Use Other Journalists to Learn of Future Accusers of Andrew Cuomo?

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 4 d ago

Did Chris Cuomo Use Other Journalists to Learn of Future Accusers of Andrew Cuomo?

"He says then this is the best part too He uses his position as a quote unquote journalist to get other journalists to tell him about women coming forward to accuse his brother of sexual assault Think about enough for a moment He pretends he calls him up he goes hey it's Chris Cuomo How are you doing fellow journalist Just wondering if you've got any leaves on other women who might be coming to accuse the governor of New York on sexual assault Now I imagine I don't know I imagine one of those journalists might have said Chris like your brother you mean right And he said well no but I'm not asking I'm asking him my capacity as a fake journalist for CNN And they go oh well if you're asking as a fake journalist for CNN well in that case sure I'll tell you yeah there's a woman she's gonna come forward and here's the details It was at a wedding She says the governor did this to her blah blah blah blah blah But don't tell him right Chris because you're coming to us as a fake journalist and we're fake journalists telling you a scoop fake journalist of fellow fake journalists That's how I imagine the conversation took place I do not have an audio transcript so forgive me if I might have gotten a thing or two wrong in that obviously But then I think what happened is he goes back to the aid Most of it rose and he says to her listen here's the deal I got everything I got to scoop on the woman I know what she I know what she's accusing him of I've got people And then he starts making calls to people To basically find ways that he can sink her before the allegations are

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October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 4 d ago

October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would

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The Origins of the Podcast 'Triggernometry,' Hosted by Francis Foster and Konstantin Kisin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 4 d ago

The Origins of the Podcast 'Triggernometry,' Hosted by Francis Foster and Konstantin Kisin

"Crowds. Then around 2013 to 2014, I started to notice something change. And gradually, audiences became more and more sensitive. Not all audiences, but mainly audiences, audiences inner London, in central London, particularly young people. I started to notice that jokes that used to do quite well, then you used to say certain words and immediately you could feel the audience sees up. You could feel that there was attention around an audience when you broke certain topics. It was just, even if you dealt with a topic in a very sensitive, a very fun, a very playful way it didn't matter. You could feel the tension starting to come in. And then, obviously, everything exploded when Brexit happened when Trump happened. Then a narrative came in that if you voted for Trump, if you voted for Brexit, you were stupid, thick racist, white, all of these things, which they all lumped in together and then that's when the real divisions happened in comedy. And that's when I saw comedy becoming more woke, becoming more illiberal, becoming more intolerant. And it's progressed and then obviously we are where we are now. So that is my story with regards to trigonometry. And by the way, we started it in 2018 as a reaction to all of that because we saw what happened with Brexit with

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"the deal" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death

The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death

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"the deal" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death

The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death

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"the deal" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"But when garrett cole next year to start game one and dodgers have far more pitching from the yankees. We we have six weeks to discuss more more likely stuck there dodgers or yankees in the wild card game. We're likely i. I think more likely actually the tigers. Either it's the yankees. But i see your point. 'cause like you what the dodgers doing like They're not gonna play every day. Nothing's changing with the maximum. What's he's carrying their offense. Max muncie and turner. It's not the office. People realize gavin giving them nothing. Yeah i i just have a little faith well. The dodgers rotation death. I shouldn't even say the word depth on the team who knows when curse pitches again. You consume me to the dodgers pretty easily. Here is i'll change. Yeah it's gonna be great the classics so much fun. I'm really september. Should be a lot of fun too because somebody out of the yankees red sox might miss it. Oakland losing bassett's big deal. I mean camp replacing with blackburn dalton. Jeffries that stinks and injury lip that anyway One last thing i wanted to point out is our friend one of our leagues. Who has a wall of baseball cards. I'm talking about. Oh yeah. Wow wow you. I wish i had an empty wall where i could just put like like normal like a commons baseball cards from seventies and eighties and he covers two thousand players there and good for jason. That is awesome email to our league. And i was like i am so jealous. I don't know if you still listening to the show or not. Maybe not because you know we we we because he likes monty. And we don't. But i wish i had a wall just commons. We saw plenty to worry. He's he's all much today. We hope that you'll have a great weekend. We thank you for listening to the fantasy focus. baseball podcast. Please listen to our friends at the fantasy. Focus football podcast. Football season's coming. You know you're going to play but they do a show every day and they do lots of other stuff. There was a marathon this week and awesome stuff from our friends on the football show and also our friends baseball today. Show with buster. And he has our friend dave on once in a while. We're going to continue go twice a week until they tell us not to so for tristen for kyle. Todd would for mookie for christian. Yelich you i actually have an important league and i would like to start hitting. Please gonna actually back eighth on my team. Next year. he's going to anyway. Americ- have an awesome weekend..

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"the deal" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

07:44 min | 3 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"But when when guys like nola and bellinger are just not getting done yelich not getting it done for whatever reason i just i can't i can't tell you that. I think it's going to change for the final six weeks. I can't do that anymore. and it. it's absolutely fair. I i might be taken on some real bad stat baggage with sonny gray but you gotta take some chances here and there are a lot of people in that situation and need to make a big push on the standings. I'm gonna take the chance to this. Does narrow let's move on now. We can talk about frank schwinn window. All of the top ten. I the which the contact rate is the driving force there. I told you about how. I tried to make a million for him and got shutdowns going to have a final six weeks than anthony rizzo guy. He replaced no look voight. That's not happening. Why is it not happening. She went sales not exceeding rizzo. Why tell me what you see those rizzo in new. York's is look great. These look great in games yet. Well he's got a shot. Have you seen any ones for the yanks. I've seen it. I'm just. I'm just saying like it's the fifth month of the season and the guy's been doing you know very little all happily put in a line of anthony rizzo versus franks wendell from this point till the end of the year. I happily one. that's not you should. Nine percent of people should know what has no guarantees. I i love. I love the challenge here. Though i mean it's it's it's not an unfair comparison to make but gimme result. Voight voids a different story. Rick void very happy and he has a right to be not happy. What do you like traded is traded for my trotter otani okay. They traded for a guy having a terrible season. And he's going to play over him voice a very good fit with where he landed though. And where this how. This plays out matters. How do you see this playing out. I know my feeling on it. I don't know what you're feeling is on it. Well they're not gonna play standing the why would they they. Should they absolutely should. I don't think they should because they're winning now. And they're winning in part. Because i think they have good outfield defense. And why would you stand out there and risk him getting hurt so to me. It just seems like You know always something bad can happen. You know i. I don't know. I think you gotta maximize your lineup. I think the eggs f- to go for the kill. That's my take. I don't think they have to right now because of beating everybody the way they're doing it you know so i don't know that's gonna play out against tampa but we'll see. Let's get you singing now. Combo meals for it. It's a combo meal. Do combo come boat you do. It's a combo meal. Homebrew plus steel tune for that. One of the tune. Don't i. I think you're doing a great. That's the way it is putting in not for me or kyle. They're tuning in for your singing for the tunes. They don't care about logan web or ya'll they care about you singing. I have to read this then. These players are making moves earlier this week and making moves brought to you by lengthen jobs. Build your winning team today. Go to lincoln dot com slash sports since our last show. There were three combo meals. A homerun steele lewis. Robert of the white sox looks fine to me bradley. Zimmer cleveland actually looks pretty good right now and jonathan. Vr never looks good but he did have a combo meal and they keep playing and they're gonna end up with us. Five hundred records are very interesting. Team their their autoclave. It on the hunting stat guy. Class is not a good baseball player. New bite he can accumulate numbers as a lot of places and he handles the job when you need them. And that's a good thing. It's it's a skill in. Its own right but yeah give him credit. I mean you know. He does what he does and it's not like they have anything better. You know like. I wrote about the other day who radio suarez like. Cincinnati is nothing else. I mean they can play miss stockists there. But they're not gonna sit suarez. They don't they. Don't want us would sit up even though he's making a million outs you know but with vr. I mean you know jd. Davis isn't exactly brooks robinson at the hot corner. So yeah the r. s. fourteen homers and ten steals Three twenty one on base which is about as career mark. he is what he is at this point journeyman. Let's move on now. Talk closers time for you to sing again to deliver to. It's closer carousel on. Since i did this window and got my crazy do you. If i told you that david robertson were to lead the tampa bay rays and saves the final six weeks. Would that be crazy. And it's crazy that i'm saying no. It's absolutely crazy but welcomed. I just had a debate with friends of mine. Last night about the tampa bay bullpen. And how near them heard of any of the pitchers who were pitching for the race. Bullpen right now. All of their name players are either on the injured list or traded other organizations. And yet they're still getting it done. I don't want to be part of them for fantasy to you. I'm not adding robertson. They don't have on their active roster anyone with tampa save this month as my favorite stats. They've and they're going to challenge. Last year's number of different pitchers getting a save. And you know what the dodgers are doing. The same thing for setup man. There's picking people up that everyone else's dumping and saying well let's give it a shot you know and see what happens and yet trying and still has a good number of holes. That's what's amazing to me. So not pure setup man but like six fifty six seventeen guy. They've brought to march. Yeah it's amazing. It's like they're just like playing a different game tampa bay and los angeles. I can do whatever we want. And it's not gonna hurt us and give them a lot of credit for that. I admire what tampa has done with. This pitching seven and i still say it's a travesty. Every year kevin cash doesn't win manager earlier but that's me well it's going to be the old guy in chicago but you know. I don't think he deserves it. I agree with you. I think it should be kevin cash. The fact he's got those narrative it's amazing and they still haven't called up shane. Baz i guess. Wait till september to do it What else are we gonna talk about all right. So yankees chad green I thought that on monday. When i said johnny lasagna gotta say but they got their left closer back so he will get most of the saves although i bet they take it easy on him some degrade left. Yeah the he didn't he didn't look all that great so they yanked him from that and it turned into a save opportunity for lucas lucci. That guy's wrong with them. Something's wrong with chapman. Obviously right i would not trade for right now. We didn't talk any closes in in the buy or sell portion of today's show i would not be trading for him. Listeners have noticed that the yankee bullpen has come up in the closer carousel now on four every second every value different name and not once have i said oh. Yeah chapman's the guy wanted for the rest of the air. There's a reason for that. You're still rising brad. Hand making a mistake. I don't know why trust traded for him because they they needed help okay but they still need help. They shouldn't be using him. He looks terrible. Chebbi ashamed that. I have a league where i've held him because if you lose him he's gone for good. It's an nl. Only and i should let him go. I guess you're assuming he gets saved next season buddies pitching so poorly right now. Who would give him a closing job. Oh i know. And i don't know that i i still question whether he was fit for it at the past off season. There's really no doubt to me now doesn't look good. He's he's had a couple of really ugly games that i've seen here i don't know it's it's some sort of mental thing. Where're when a player. Switches leagues. i have a very hard time letting them go knowing that they are forever vacated from the pool. I it's probably failing of mine..

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"the deal" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

06:46 min | 3 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Con conforto maddening. because all the metrics he's been among the most unlucky baseball players this season but at the same time he is not playing at the skill level of past seasons alenia yes fees accordingly cheap more bats. The rest of the season might trout or out about democracy. Or do they tie you and me. They might well tie you and me trout. because i am very worried about the modesty setback. Why would they ended up. Bring back trout sell tickets point. Why would they do it. I don't reps just to get ready for next year is often cited. But there's no reason to push if there's any question alec boehm brian hayes. Pennsylvania third baseman. You trade for either. I kinda like haze. I do only not doing anything i know. He's not. I know he's not and i gave that warning in the preseason i i pointed something good there i brought the great. They're not the neither is great. I thought it would be great and hayes would take another year. I thought i thought bone would be castanos. He's not defensively. As and as i mean alec poems are leftfielder next year when they let coach walk. But i'm not going to buy. I don't think i don't know what's wrong with them. A lot of talent though and he's on a completely unknown team. I would think that the price point is very very low. I definitely in the corner. Infield tear in middle and mix leagues. We wish the best for chris. Basset of oakland. But we think he's done for the regular season only. I'd have to think so based on the two fractures. Yeah so i think you cut him You know it's a business what we're doing. He had a. He had a great year though he had a fantastic year. And can you make the case to rank. Chris bassett as a top twenty starting pitcher for twenty twenty two k. Rate was there everything was there. Yeah and i'm gonna have to dive into how sustainable k. rate is i i lean towards no based on his professional career knowledge. But i'll i'll do that that deep dive. Would you trade for marco gonzales who we've discussed this show quite a bit. I'm not sure you're aware what he's been doing. Over the long got to shares. Oh so you finally brought in Noam on i ranked him well this season and he's now doing exactly what we earring whipper are bloated but not recently pitching really well past sixty days of three zero six zero with a one point one seven whip past thirty days one point four three. Era three no Strikeout rates number going to be high. But it's good enough markers. Should adam if he stole vale when you're leagues one of those guys who when he's on consistently falls in the top forty fancy starters and he's in one of those streaks right now you trade for logan web. He's now up to seventy five percent. Rosser espn league. So if you want. I'm you'd have to trade for him. Yeah he does. And i wrote about him in the preseason that i like some of the adjustments. He's made and they're finally paying off if you look at the numbers since the all-star break sub to we are a he's been outstanding. I think that the asking price is going to be above his true talent. But i mean on him keeping up a good level of performance so so i guess that's yes that's offensive thing but i think he keeps production We have a third one in this group. Nasa ranked these gray pitchers for the rest of the season and for next year. If you don't mind sunny gray. John gray snow and ziya washington rank detroit for any of them for this year. Okay so what. You'd get for this year because i i think pretty interesting for next year to write this. It'll goes sunny. Joe cya and john and those two are close and for next year i would go. I probably would do the same thing then. Yeah well john. Where's john gray. Playing next year it comes into play. But i think i'd go sonny sonny josefa and and john so he's probably give him one hundred million Why are we still on the sunny gray bandwagon. I'm just asking sketch. Yeah but like you know. I mean this is a four point. Four seventy or the and he deserves. It is win. it's a high whip to like. It's like at what point we can start. Iraq i took are no out of my top twenty and not just because i root for that team like at what point do we just say. It's the fifth month of the season. Like what are we waiting for to downgrade players. Who it's a high battled for sonny gray not for noah but i what point do we say it ain't happening four wins in five months with a higher rain whip. I'm wondering what we're doing with sunny gray next year. I'm not sure. I'm going to rank top twenty five starting pinned right and that's the thing. I'm more aggressive on him. Now as a trade target than i am for next season that one is what concerns me. What bothers me about sonny gray. Is that when he is thrown off track out of his rhythm from injuries and he has little bunsen bruises. He tends to get very much off track so there is. The possibility doesn't turn this around but that said no he doesn't deserve the stat. Cast says three sixty eight expected era. That's right in line with last year. Three ninety three forty eight year before that he's pitching consistently on all the underlying metrics on here. I'd like to see the command. Be a little bit better. Let me ask your question. I don't think you're gonna like it. At what point do you say. The stack has numbers. Don't matter we're in the fifth month of the season and a guy has not pitching up to his potential. I mean it's late august. At what point do we say okay. His september is not going to be good. When you say that when you have these sunny grace equivalent of the rockies hitter remaining schedule but the reds do not have that they have the opposite of that they have. They have not the most favorable one but they have a good one for starting pitchers. It's a soft cozy one. We talked about this with vladimir gutierrez. I'm not even a big fan of gutierrez from a skill standpoint as a superior pitcher talent lies so capitalize on that schedule. I am going to say. I do think those should come a little closer in line. Maybe he's not top fifteen caliber the high end. But i think he's in for every start for you. I mean i watch their every aeronautical start okay and yes. I'm aware at the phillies. Have the easiest schedule remaining. Even though they're losing to arizona every night now so it doesn't matter but i there's nothing changing and i feel like as a fantasy analyst and we do this in football every week. We overrate everything that happens in football and baseball. When you've got four months of data you know. I'm not saying you know like trust all of it but when when guys like nola and bellinger are just not getting done yelich not getting it done for whatever reason i just i can't i can't tell you that. I think it's going to change for the final six weeks..

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"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

Powering Independence Podcast

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

"Avoids further lengthening. The process there are so many emanate experience levels across the landscape. Very few of them have seen or participated in the number of deals. You both have seen in your careers. Mark any final thoughts or takeaways for the audience. Yes i think that there are a couple of things whether you're a buyer seller that become quite clear One is Actually use brad. Storms to have some sort of a a guidebook platelets that says. Are you going to andrew into this. I think you have to be anticipating what the process is going to be a not just the search process or the execution process that the implementation process following the need to be conscious of a to if you're on the seller side. I think that it's a good time to think about building value not realizing that you may be five years or more wave from an actual transaction. So this is an opportunity to think about what are the forces that will create the during business. That will help you to realize value. I going forward. This is sharp propositions probably something you should be doing. Anyhow in the course of running a business that certainly something that you have been thinking about a third is conscious of the fact that you have employs. They have choices and in. They're not willing to stay. Yielded a material impact ultimately on the transaction but to the extent that you showed them the trust and respect to be a part of the ownership team early this really becomes a big part of the selling proposition for fried. What about you mark a real like your statement around having a plan and some of this i think for advisors is eating your own cooking and developing a financial plan for your business and the executing against it and the best made plans. Get well in front of this. At at the end of the day. I truly have seen in believe. The value maximizing approach is one in which You're sharing in in the opportunity and you're ultimately attracting a new partner. Who sees you still is a net buyer. May that may not be because he was the principal or a net buyer. But it means that you're next. Generation is a net buyer. An almost all circumstances whether it's a financial investor or a strategic investor that is the value maximizing approach but that means starting at the end and walking back years ago five plus years. The make sure you have the right depth chart in the organization The right process and dependencies in place I've often likened this to You think about The neighborhood real estate agent and how much transact value exists in his or her business and the reality is if it's a free standing agent probably little or none and so build up from there ask yourself the question. How long can you afford to go on vacation. And how long will the business run uninterrupted. While you're gone. And i think the longer the time period in the answer to that question the more transactional value you have and the better made plan That you have forgetting yourself to a successful result both really good conclusions to our first part of our podcast. Miniseries mark brad on behalf of myself dynasty financial partners and everyone listening. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedules to kick off. Hour emanate. podcast miniseries with us to all of our listeners. Thank you all for joining us. I encourage you to visit us on our website at. Www dot dynasty financial partners com to learn more about the power of independence as well as gain access valuable content for as if you're not already a subscriber and want to be notified of new releases. Please subscribe to inside the deal on your favorite podcast platform or the episode page on our website and feel free to eat male or call me. If you have any specific questions or comments i can be reached at five one. Six nine eight seven nine three nine seven more by email at h. at dynasty fps dot com. That's h. b. a. l. t. c. h. at dynasty p dot com. Please note that all discussions are handled with the highest level of discretion and confidentiality. If you enjoy this episode feel free to share it with a colleague that might benefit from its content. Also if you enjoyed listening to our show please give it a star rating on apple podcast. This will help other advisers. No it's a podcast worth their time. Listening to on harris baulch and this is inside the deal. We'll see you next time thank you..

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"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

Powering Independence Podcast

07:55 min | 7 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

"That. And it's something. We're proud of one point that i wanted to really hit on is Is what you just said brad around there. Just being a lot of new entrance into the market and those new entrance could take the form of of a lot of different types of buyers and so on the by side mark. What are your thoughts on engaging with an outside adviser or a banker to help you with. Structuring emanate deal or for is out there that really want to have a very thoughtful aminat- strategy and approach. How important is it to try to go at it on your own versus engaging with the right type of outside counsel in order to help close deals there is a certain irony in this is that Proposition is always to help. Individuals navigate their financial choices of a advises themselves are oftentimes reluctant to hire outside expertise to guide them through. Complex decisions of the reality. is that This may be the only business they ever sell in their life. It'll be the only time that they've ever experienced it. And there are so many nuances to the process. That the navigate that yes they have to give up. A portion of the value in terms of fee are if if the deal is successful but if they hire the right investment banker than Values going to be added process in that were become negligible. So i think it's absolutely critical that a sellers contemplate Who they're gonna use guide this process of because it's not just about the price it's about. The terms in brad is exactly right. The characteristics of of thirty or fifth year our money dipper buyers route of the market are very including a critical one. Which read mentioned is their commitment to the business in the space so as an example. One of the big optics. We've seen now gracious fax. Atm central burbs acquisition companies. And i you know that's that's about as a financial buyers you can find is. Here's a hot market. Let's get into. Route z wigan generator. Return in i think that as you contemplate this from seller standpoint for how many years is the owner of the business said our people our greatest asset when it comes to sell on this business. We don't really care about that. We get the maximum price so you know you always wanna know at their core were that conviction and belief sits of the buyer and seller stay. What about having by side adviser. I mean there are a lot of. Ria's out there that i've spoken with who want to participate in. But as you think about you know deal readiness maybe being a virgin. To an emanate process having an advisor to kind of professionalized. They are approached. Getting deals done is something that you know. We've we've talked about internally. A lot at at dynasty is certainly something that we think has been helpful to help create a structure and approach to success. So what are your thoughts on that. Because it's very easy on the sell side to make the case that you know an adviser make sense it's going to be negligible because they're going to be creating value but what about on the by side because a lot of times are as want to do things in organic need more help than just being involved in a process i think. The same principle applies Especially the experience with a bit. All you have to do is take a look at example document and see all the layers nuances that are involved in the acquisition. You realize you're way over your head right from the beginning even with good legal counsel so many nuances and one example of this opera vying especially for buyers who are not truly committed to the ra space is even their understanding. The language of one on writers versus brokerage firm is critical of peace of the discussion. But to me key alum the acquisition is how you structured the deal. Not just how you apply remarkable in so they may have a sea of a reply discounted cash flow come up with the price but that is not reveal. There is much more to the process. Then just the price. Maybe even the prices not right. So i think i just use the same principle that use in saying to clients that the reason needed to professional advisors. This same principle applies no matter how smart war because even if you have a level of experience. Your level of emotions also untested circumstance. That's a very fair point and certainly something that you see on both the buy side. msl side. I can tell you an example of that where number of years ago where five partners they built up a successful firm and the founding partner the oldest of them i was ready to leave and so they all decided to sell together they. They came right down to the final strokes and how they were about to do. The deal in the original founder. Got quite upset because the brand new coffee machine that they bought for the business wasn't included in deal in so there's no way that that was irrational discussion. It was like ottawa throw. Some nails. retires is slowest thing now in march just building on that. I think that's where the role of adviser i either sell side or or by site can be so helpful in having not just a river guide for navigating deal terms and deal process but for having additional resource because the these are major projects. It's big lift to go through due-diligence to go through reverse due diligence and finally to have an intermediary agent that Sometimes can be go through layer and remove some of the emotion from what can be a very delicate subject matter not just between buyer and seller but sometimes between sellers or between buyers brad. At what point during the emanate process. Do you think lining up third party financing should become available like think the way it works best is where it's already there And i would look at partnerships we've had with the first we've been invested because because we've aligned around a goal from the outset. Were looking strategically to acquire other companies with one of our businesses and so the financing is is already in place not just on the equity side. But usually we've got. We've got a plan in place on on the debt as well. And so the very best approach is one in which it's already embedded but we're that's not the case in that often Is the circumstance where it's not in Already in place in the best approach. You've at least had some historical dialogue and there's a pre existing relationship and that greatly helped i it will greatly help in accelerating the The process because for a new Investor or lender either type of financing source. There becomes two layers due diligence. Almost three they've got a due diligence. You is an acquirer. They've got a due diligence target. And then they've they've got to do due diligence on on the combination and so if you can take one layer out of that And and accomplished that really before. The emanate process starts. If they're familiar with you and have established that relationship it takes it takes at least one link out of the Out of their their further evaluation and.

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"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

Powering Independence Podcast

07:45 min | 7 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

"You surprised to see as much or i am a activity that we've seen over the past year no not at all. I think that when we look at what's happening in the marketplace that the cycle of the business is kind of its natural phase while the registered investment advisory movement again with the securities act of nineteen forty. The retail concept of our a didn't exist until about thirty years ago when there was a major transformation the business in so what we're seeing today is really the evolution of visison the profession to where the first generation of ours passing second generation is gaining control move from lifestyle practices to businesses to enterprises in so in many ways what we're seeing as maturing of the profession. Much like we see the transformation of other industries ago from lifestyle practices and brad given marks comments around the cycle of the way. Do you find that are as continue to be an attractive investment opportunity. We do and It's for a number of reasons by saying We agree with mark view of some of the maturation of the industry and and have long commented that succession planning Was and would continue to be the primary driver to emanate activity but at the end of the day. We're buyers of businesses. We want to acquire businesses. Where are counterparty is is still very much in a buyer mentality and part of what we we find attractive is that you have the in many cases the next generation of talent that anxious to continue driving the business but doesn't have the capital personally to reach a fair and reasonable outcome for the first generation. And that's what. I think one reason why you see the influx of of outside capital. It's to help bridge that capital gap between the parties but there are some very attractive aspects of the independent advice. space You know clearly. There's a lot of demographic demand you have For financial advice given Retiring baby boomers. You've got Volatile markets and a demand for that that advice and planning based solutions You've got a strong recurring revenue stream. That's i think proven to be very resilient. Even in some volatile markets last year was a great demonstration of that and then finally this consolidation activity provides not just a need for capital but But but also is some of the benefits of scale and some accretion in value as you see larger platforms Get created so It's been a very attractive area. For firms like ours to invest there are thousands and thousands of independent financial advisor firms. Out there and you know this consolidation theme is something that's been spoken about over the past several years juicy suspect that it will persist and if you agree that it will you know how long you think that it will persist mark. What's your view. A couple of johnson. That the first thought is that virtually every are a small business in so none of them are yet at critical mass critical masses. Where there's redundancy every position there's grove greater than gdp that you have a key positions that are filled in that business is seeing organic growth. Not just market lift in so i think will continue to see this need. For a visor reforms. That are jeevan critical mass. Not just on a national scale in regional scale. That is a driver I think the second thing. That is occurring Talk about is the notion that advisory firms ironically considering what they do for a living and actually not a very poor job succession planning had they executed well on succession. Plans have created by strategy much like exist within professional firms like accounting law long before this liquidity event. was required in so i think that will continue to be a pressure that's on the market of the third element is that even though revenue has continued to increase profitability Greece the independent advisor is really the only segment of the market. It hasn't experienced margin rush of the custodians experienced margin russian rock providers experienced margin impression so ultimately what will see. Is this a squeeze on advisory firms themselves from the top in. We'll see the squeezed from the bottom as the talent shortage becomes more acute and the cost of running. These businesses becomes more of a challenge in so Economics probably more than continuity or acquitted. Eighty will in eventually invite more consolidation the business transforming these lifestyle practices to real businesses becomes a true focus in that case. That really begs the question on whether or not scale really matters brad. In your opinion what are some of the common traits that you see in firms that win and lose at midday one of the things that Really comes to mind. Is that the winners. I think will will be the firms that have scale at and find ways to to feel still feel small and local but big and well resourced It don't think it's a case here where Where that comes to the detriment of clients i think very much the contrary it whether it's accessed investment product where the depth of talent and continuity of of of the experience for For clients. i think your or ultimately driving down costs. I think there's a lot of benefit to clients that comes with that gradual Scale this built in the industry. If if indeed this consolidation activity continues the the losers. I think it hits. It's smitty the comments mark. you just shared. I think you know the losers will be the firms that that that that hold onto long and and and failed to create a significant transfer value. And you know what we've seen and we've already seen instances of it Usually where it happens. There's too much concentration of the business either. In a few clients or more likely in a in a few advisors or a few shareholders and that latter piece is a delicate balance you see some founders that are intent on on on retaining too much of the equity and that equity opportunity not extending to to next generation talent in the firm and so know they oftentimes end up. They end up owning a lot of something. That's not worth that much. and The the verse ends up working out better Owning a little bit less something that turns out to have a lot of transacting value. So i think the i think the losers will be the firms that just hold onto long Don't don't get to guide or dictate their own succession plan or You know or don't step in the organization to really tap transferable value facts harrison baggage. Jump on that. I think i think with brad. Sang is really critical. Part of this discussion.

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"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

Powering Independence Podcast

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"the deal" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

"Welcome to the latest episode of our podcast miniseries on ma for registered investment advisers. The purpose of our podcast is to reveal what happens inside the deal room give. Ria's advice on how to succeed at emanate and also provide real life examples of situations and tactics. So our as can be more equipped to win close more deals today's episode is about the readiness and origination joining me today for this conversation or two very special guests mark version. Who is the former ceo of pershing advisor solutions and current board member of batstone family office and brad armstrong who is a partner at private equity firm level mimic partners. I am harris. Baulch head of emanate capital strategies for dynasty financial partners. And now let's go.

"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

Over the Shoulder

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

"Out of being so plugged point one watching. I'm sorry she is killing my experience right now. I thought we had a hand signal. Forget everything you see. These long arms like is his boss. Hogg round here so take action. I feel we're a hang out again. Seven words i'm the manager there and Basically what it is is uh us brick and mortar but we house right now. Twenty two smaller brands throughout the united states. We're working on right now. Contracts for local designers in the dmv and want to give them a space which they can grow their also can get mentored by the curator. Michelle varian so. It's not just about. Hey give us your money. Punter stuff in there were like. Hey what stuff do have. Do you have a website. The word you want franco in the future and helping sheva will happen with pricing. She'll colleges this wholesale and someone's like twenty dollars on selling it for thirty. She goes no she actually saw him for forty. Because you've got to pay yourself and yet make sure to make a profit so it's really torture. This like yeah. This spot is really not just about like chopping sporting these brands. It's really about a community of smaller businesses which we can have other people close. You can stay sustainable because this is yeah. It's more of a network like businesses. I think sometimes people think it's just like a hobby. It's like no you're working with right. You're working this nine to five so you can do what you love. It's like a scene writing the hobby part of it right. And i think that you know once you get inside a store once you can side of brick and mortar. The ideal is to continuously be able to sell your product to have brand awareness to grow. So you can. Maybe they opened up a second store location or even opened up your first store location. A lot of the businesses in here. This is the first time being on the shelf. This is the first time not always having to do pop ups or workshops. So it's that it's kinda get over that first hurdle you like. I made it. Can i stay here. How can i grow at seven words. It's really about giving the education to these brands and then within the space we do events. We do workshops with brands and companies. Outside had verdun treasure beach. So you like would you. Discussions kind of lake about like the fashion culture will do panels with women interior designing local working on all these ideas. We just wanna keep like networking bringing people together. So that i don't know so they can. Just i think the future of retail is going into small businesses. I think i win. Sorry let me talk about me you. I've been. I've been explaining philosophy for the last. I don't know thirty five. Podcast episodes that. I think the future. Entertainment isn't in is intimacy year. We all agree with that. Yeah we all agree as the choir member that you were wrong. They agreed not to be controversy. Justice mitch god wants the difference between you guys like meeting cr. Some shop meeting dc. I think differences. Because i don't think shop i don't think the mentor and also know personally without getting details. The commission split on our store and their serves the we purposely built it so the actual brand gets more back talked money talk. Take on go here. I know that release for when it comes in. It's always based on one. The shelf life is different prices. So it's not because the platform we work on and basically gasses one that will help negotiate each contract. Each contract is based on how much product charges. so like. Why would someone who's only a candle. Pay the same amount that someone to selling throws a diff- if someone's kennels thirty eight dollars son throws for three hundred. Why are you guys paying five hundred dollars to be here for three months. That makes no sense. How can this one brand grow their paint so much just to be here. Everything's based on your product on top of that. You get to choose if you want to be there for three months for six to nine up to year so it's really up to. You really are deciding. were you. Want your company that go within our space word more of like we are basically like i'm trying to think of the right word to say it. Sounds like y'all are doing more to cultivate the it's really about michelle. Just give you the platform give you. Some information is more like is this. Is this part of the information. Hits here and this is why it's useful there and in the long run like is trying to give you the whole shebang and flake just trying to educate you of how the way retail works. I think that some people think that you just come in you drop yourself adding to a location and sell it. They don't realize that we need to know your inventory needle wholesale price. What's the retail price hollering. Do you want to be here. Are we allowed to do sales. You really have to think business mind of being in a small brick and mortar. It gives you this opportunity. Decide if you want to keep doing more consignments like this or pop shares or if you want to run your own business because these are all things are going to have and staffing the one thing that you paid for to say you don't have to pay someone to sell your stuff because we are selling your stuff. But i just think in shop in dc sometimes focuses just on dc and maybe with in seven words. We're really focus on the entire united states in the perfect world. We'd have a brand from every state in the united states represented in our store. So someone from michigan. Someone from montana. Someone from wyoming. You know what. I mean like everyone should be represented wyoming right okay but i just want like i think that's game 'cause you know shopping and shopping brand itself is amazing but i'm technically originally from d. So i mean from detroit michigan from the three one three. The look lawn with belong where. I really felt that you wish we had more time to talk. But we don't have more time to talk to you got to close out We knew halftime. Everybody give out there too so to close out the show show. We have our guest. Give us a tool the trade. It could be metaphysical physical emotional psychological partial. Whatever whatever tools that you're using to get from point a. to point b. this week tell us that give us your social and then we go to people by okay so what i do to get through this week after week. I honestly like hustle. Pray giggle. I would honestly because i'll be also work at every day fourteen plus our week. Sometimes i pray every day that i can keep my body moving and i i just. I'm a giggle person. i just love. You gotta laugh at some things in life it. Gets you buy bikes. Especially what's going on now so just a little bit. I guess although social handles himself find you can find me at on scream at at little hustler. Eighty three and it's not like little wayne. Little hustle is the actual word little. Al i t. t. l. e. h. u. s. t. e. r. eighty-three little husaini. I said l. the second. Now we have back to find out what until our we wanna thank. Y'all listening to the jesuit. We drop if you in the event coordination space you need to replay this joint one more time. Thank you all for listening to the show. She dropped all the gym until next week. Next piece do..

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"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

Over the Shoulder

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

"Slowly but surely it get out of working all this retail and then feel like. I'm forgetting another retail spot. Now i think. I think that's pretty much every fire tv just playing with you pretty much opened up or worked at every retail spot in. Georgetown lakers the only the only thing i didn't hear it was like suit supply. Nike those who indochino okay. I worked for indochino. And oh and i worked for small boutique. They used to be called fresh. It was black owned business. They used to be next to. I was that plays not against the wall but say speed by there like right around there. So i worked there too and i'm done so only like what ten fifteen retail jobs. You wrote a book rebel on everything you go to school for any of this like maybe a fashion merchandising him to marry might university in arlington virginia profession merchandising minored in business and then when i graduated and when i was in the school i got really into like the whole aspects of lake fashion show production so i used to be a dresser. Fashion shows the wedding dress. Shows did menswear shells and stuff like that. And you know everyone's like oh. My gosh must be so excited to work in fashion show. It is address. Or you're in the back. You were all black chain hoping skinny people. Some of them don't speak english. So i got very comfortable with like the human body fast because nothing will make you feel comfortable than just seeing skin. Run around back and forth so skinny skin. No seriously i. She's so tiny. Like if you blink. You miss them dumps kitten sorry models beautiful inside and the models have another quick question based on what you said earlier. You had mentioned. Ideally two weeks to a month of lead time in terms of marketing. Get vince right so What have you seen as being the most effective ways and the most effective avenues to market for pop up events or like short period micro events going on major cities. So i mean funny enough as crazy as say. Instagram is probably gonna be your first platform. If you use twitter as annoyingness twitter's i think twitter's another way to kind of tweet. Tweet repeat that. Get out there Third platform which is still like a call like old faithful. Some people still truck facebook for events. People still check facebook error. I know it sounds crazy but like if you don't always have the page you only have something that will bring that awareness Some you lose a certain basic clients that still hold onto facebook. I'm not old you but my highest engagement rate for bought tickets on facebook at thirty points. Gross it's like. I don't know it speaks. It's so easy to find events tags. Like i love it. I love it. I m right so like in gram so you see the event you're like ooh and it's like a flat. It's just like because people's attention span. The research is like what thirty seconds lessons seconds. So yeah lewis right so it's just like you need to be like boot this is happening and then from there. They're going to hit every hashtag hit at to figure out where it's going to be what date is lake all the information so you want instagram to get the people interested you on facebook. So there's a plan there's like a one area where they can always go consistently where it's gonna go because he put it on your stories and stuff like that. It's gone in twenty four hours. Persons forgot about that can make go back to be reminded facebook right then i mean basics is just word of mouth where you actually have to get out there and meet people and tell them how excited you are about this event and put yourself in certain situations. I always try to go out on certain nights and like support. My friends are doing support. My dj support my bartenders for all these people. Because of the day these connections you make are the same people that are going to support you when you need to be supported maintaining relationships retain relationships. It's the hardest. It's not hard thing. But it's like the most important thing i think you have to do is retain these relationships until i have one more follow question before i leave it the to the phone off. Go ahead hogging all the questions so you talk about maintaining relationships with different creatives because you never know when you're gonna need to pull on some of those people or hire them right staff so staffing mentioned budgeting got a budget the people who are gonna be required to execute the vision of the event right so What have you learned over time in terms of keeping a rolodex or pruning a rolodex. You know in terms of reliable people to feel certain roles that you need. I mean i think it's just the i guess all my experience and life with certain people i've worked with. I've been really lucky to meet very interesting people for me. I'm that person that i don't take everyone. I'm not a fake person. So i don't like you. I just don't like if i don't mess with you. Just don't mastery. I'm through about it. I'm never going to sit there and be like hey girl. Hey intern and be like that bitch. Thanks i'm sorry go. Oh good as long as you don't think that you have to just like it's really about the experience of people and everything's trial and error. So i've reached out to people and i kind of cast a net and basically whoever takes that takes that job. I'm mess with you again. Like i'll be like unscrambling. Hey i'm looking for photographer. This is the budget one hundred fifty dollars. Two hours they want. They want these prints and they want something. Zip drive who's interested. I'll just skip the project give projects in the details if someone says yes then let them know who it's for and that's literally how where we're out in seven words is how we Seven word yes and how. I put on This one photographer. That actually works for billy reed. I saw that my friends like oh. He's a photographer. I basically scrimping out there and was toxin people like i need photographer for photo. Shoot the client is looking for group shots for his company. didn't say the company was at verse. I go the only one sheet for two hours and they only pay like this much. He was interested and that being forgotten read. So like you never know the opportunity. You're gonna get but i never. When i give people opportunities to ask my friends i never told executives from because i want people will always want tickets where they think is going to give the most money in the most expulsion hyannis which smart. But i want to know that you're support me because from our friend and you know i need the support. So that's why way never told the client's name just tell the details and naturally from our friend you would do it for a dollar. But i always try. The one thing i was trying to do is transparency. I like to be transparent and i like to get the people paid. I guess if i can pay you. That's the end game like for all my friends. Everyone who knows me. i'm hustle. Who supports and celebrates the hustlers. So if i know you're out there doing your job working hard. There's anyway i can repay you other than just showing my face and being there if i can put money in your pocket. That's what i want to date. That's why i love what. I do words because you work with all these small businesses. I wanna put money in people's pockets. I want people feel like they can keep doing what they're doing succeed and sustain their business because this is your dream like everything everyone. This room has a dream that they're doing and you want to be able to do what you love and get paid for it. That's like my happiness so we've gone through your history through your experience. What about what you do now so you work for. I think you heard you drop in seven words. What's seven words. What do you do there etc. Headed.

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"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

Over the Shoulder

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

"Realize that. I need to make sure that building. Those costs right. Count for the fact that i drove to rockville. I right outta drawback exactly and i start doing that. You have to realize that so even with pop ups like give. People atmosphere have fun. Good music honestly. Good music you. The bar has a good bartender atmosphere and your products. They look nice. it is going to sell. I've seen it way too many times at bars and if you work relationships with the bartender and you work relationships with hey we're gonna make sure the bar tab hits about thousand versus pain for the space for this hour's i guarantee they'll take the bars over the initial cash and it just depends on i two of my favorites to do what she didn't. She's talking about them about like they do their things at bars. And it's always a fun time. One would be chris cardi exactly and the other would be dreams of triumph like dreams triumphal. He'll go to chinatown on on the street over there to join in a spot called crimson but like he makes it his face and there's always some sort of good a good deal on drinks like it's always the two of those together and you know you're going to enjoy yourself chris. Cardi and dreams of triumph. Definitely get a shadow here. Yes that's and that's your mom. Show exactly and chris smart like he worked. You can work relationship at one point. Where like you got discounts if you bought glass with his with his logo and everything on. It took it to the bar. You got discount uber. That when they're finding those relationships mark it's very clever very smart but that's what i'm saying. There's so many other ways to give people experience they wanna have without you. Having to like give so much aware compromise the quality of your product and equality of what it is like i. I'm trying this whole thing for twenty twenty. I mean not perfect. But i'm trying to only purchase and support small businesses. So a lot of my clothing. They'll be buying will be coming from all of you. Gentlemen in here were and ladies out there. Shut out but that is my goal. So like i'm gonna pay the fifty six stops. I'll probably pay one hundred dollars. More is going to hurt. It hurts okay. Supporting small hard. Okay it was easy everyone would do it but life what do you how do you think that benefits the community by supporting small businesses. I think that like it's kind of like just showing the action that you care as crazy as it sounds corny as it sounds. I think that if you smart if you support small businesses within your area where are you're supporting like your community someone that lives in that community someone that you're supporting probably your neighbor so you're holding to pay rent bills. Keep the lights on anything. And i think that if we all kind of start a movement like this it's going to change the game of retail. I mean and i think that it has to start with blake us be more conscious consumers. Yes do i. I don't think that i go through moments. Where i'm not perfect. I'll still get myself. A of experience have really nice pieces. I hate to say it and they those ninety nine cents sales. Yes i know. We're czar as art or a few times. Yeah sorry. I'm ball and i'd be like came. Talked me fox still backing today. I should three that was added and had to dig into crates for down. That was an air who i feel. I feel like why didn't break down your breath of experience. I'd be doing you a disservice. So like from from my conversations with her outside of this like the collection of her experiences. What makes her unique fit for the things that she's doing now so like take us through some of these spots that you work. They're all right here. We go along. I started my first job. Was fourteen i worked at sears store. Here's fanciers day. So after sierras. I worked at american american eagle in a mall. Those are oh yes. I worked for j. crew when they used to have a little flip wallets tie belt stuff work. During that era. I worked for a home. Say i worked for starbucks starbucks race startup in michigan. I yeah i was like. I think certified okay. I can make you a lot in under two minutes. And it was wait certified starbucks used to like make you take classes and your drink had to weigh a certain amount for it to be serving. I never knew that technical i. I'm a recent shoot. Ger took me like almost a month before they let me on the bar implant games early bar pussies buns to get drink certified. It was take a coffee class. everything. I knew content your palate. The bruce was back in the days to have like. I knew coffee hair college. Like if it's like dr members society precise right. it hits like search through different side of the pallet. I don't. I don't even like coffee right only like like a dibble dabble of coffee. My drink like a big shot. I'm usually getting mel joining my favorite my favorite rank them. I like you a lot. Laura favorite drink from them. Caramel ribbon crunch frappuccino. And there's like literally coffee mostly like let's see is giving you certa faith anyways respect basically you like extra sugar hot chocolate that so but a little bit of coffee. So what else did you work laura. Let's give time so market. I also worked for him. White house black market. Were for allison. Olivia it worked for. The company actually helped open up the company and there's show started from the ground up permits hiring on product knowledge training that to the fried company. I worked for barneys new york and georgetown. I worked there. And i used to work at the thus the location. Sometimes i also worked diesel visual merchandising travel czar visual merchandising and travel i worked for reagan bom did reach and pop-ups events outside a rag and bone and then brought back end did most of their consignments and i used to like work with my clients if it'd shop for them than i was organized and closets this well and then i worked for the showroom dc on fourteen k that's event space so i home with the as a manager there i just make sure they follow the rules and they don't burn the building down when my actually friends. I've been to a wedding. That they own the space saron. Ross you guys. I love them. They just kind of an opportunity there one. The reasons helped me kinda.

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"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

Over the Shoulder

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"the deal" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

"You know i've missed the bus. That's how i know this happened to talking about pop. Smoke now smoke. i missed. I didn't even get on the bus. I didn't even know the the the door. The bus was open. This young man has already been taken from today. Happened early this morning in hollywood Pop smoke twenty years old rising artists on twenty twenty years old rising out artists out of brooklyn. New york was gunned down in an apparent home invasion and his house or the home that he was staying at in hollywood hills so i saw this on twitter. Like it's it's not only was he. Twenty years old but imagine coming up in brooklyn as a youth. making it out you know you know finally be on your way to start them know arguably already a star and you get gunned down across the country whow in your home in your house. Man i i heard that it was all right there. I heard that he like Last night he got a package or whatever and put it on his graham and then the package on the graham had his in it and that's actually would lead to the home invasion people being able to see the address in the tracking down jason right. It's it's real sad right so you know we just wanna show a little love to this young man. I see a lot of people talking about. Beware the people you're around. Then i feel like that's something that we always hear. In retrospect you know. How can things like this really be avoided. What are you really say. Because you know we're losing these young kids left and right for so many different reasons whether it be drugs or being gunned down to the federal system. No bro yeah. I don't even know how to is this. A i don't know if it's the right time to be having this conversation but is it. Is it a systemic issue or is this an individual problem. I sound like an asshole right now now. I what you're saying. I hear what you're saying. 'cause i'm already seeing just in the in the two hours i've been able to read up on the story about pop smoke. I'm just seeing. I'm kinda starting to see a debate already. Forming around some individuals alive will. This is the lifestyle that he racked about. These are the people that you know. These are things that talked about. Is it more indicative of his life style or do we have a problem with keeping entertaining safe. Yeah i mean he was definitely gang affiliated. Okay for what it's worth but you know on the flip side. I'm tired of that. Always kind of being an excuse or something has brought up for you know other young men of ours. You know what. I mean in our community so i don't know don't want to be a sad episode but i'm actually a little tight that the young man was taken from us. Oh soon i when. I got to the studio today. This is the first time they would. Oh walk black issues just walked in the building. The baby baby we needed to start. Introducing people are walking into the building. You know what let's go ahead and start it off in case you didn't know we want to welcome the ease trappers into the conversation. Welcome to the over the soda pot. Cash this is your chance to ease drop on four professional. We got six professional creators into building and navigate the ups and downs the lefts and rights of the creative field and we continue to push the possibilities on the creative process our host for this week. Of course jemaine man twenty grand right here. You boy be more brown. What's up everybody. The man himself. he's so excited about them. I don't think you understand because this does make a fire on the entire entirely too happy about that so loud you introduce yourself at the engines. I guess so. My name is thomas thomas the great for facilitating sir. Because i'd be out here facilitating right. So one of the things. I facilitated all the this well is our friend here is about to put tresor on the podcast table. You deserve a podcast. Works both ways. Exactly so i have my friend year lauren. Gay little hustler ak everything. Everything never drove. Consults wardrobe consultant retail awesome and manager. Ben a manager there like any major store enjoys town been in there. S guys you for shoveling. And then she might drop in like a commercial wardrobe stylist for you know like any major company just just like that just like a little communist anyways. The kid mr backpack met mr seo. Get me out the way. But nobody's skipped you baby. Nobody skipped salad policy. Proceed wanna work laura to the show. We do have into building with us to have guests. They might jump on on on mike. Introducing ourselves which you'll see. We don't have see if we can start a little positive conversation as always we're coming to you live in the lobby of the hotel. Right here in chocolates will right here in washington. 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Oh six i remember when there's nothing on a street i remember seeing people jumping on cabs trying to get home because they already knew that was the last writer for the weekend. No in striving you back to virginia sleep over here or whatever comes first and now it's like is completely it's completely different. Well the good news. Is i just read an article in the city. Pay for the business that might be taken over horse and dickey's might be jerk at night and there's another one that just popped up melker something that's been really popular honey milk and honey milk of comments. That's actually that's interesting story to a good is a good example of win win. Corporate entity takes over a local business and create a true partnership the name of the businesses. Actually now's with milk and honey present smith common's And so what. They were what they were intentional about. Was we're going to gut of infrastructure. 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"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"The Cincinnati by two hundred five where it lists on. This is hembo knows hembo is Paul indicators research at ESPN. But of course, he's much more than that. He's the backbone of the show, get up and he's a crazy baseball fan in hembo, along those lines of because you love baseball so much. I gotta ask you about all the home runs being hit, I had to note yesterday tweeted it out that in two thousand thirteen one team out of thirty had two hundred or more home runs and this year we're on a pace of twenty two of thirty teams hitting home runs. And I can't tell you exactly why that is, I tend to believe it's the baseball, but I don't know, for sure. I do know this is that it's starting to remind me of the nineties, and that all those numbers were getting jacked up and you're watching it and said, we don't know what's going on. We don't know exactly what's happening, but we know something's going on. How do you feel about it? I'm actually on your side of the fence on this. I know they say chicks dig along, but those chicks aren't going to baseball games. If if this was a trend in. A craze that people were really enjoying you would suspect the television ratings would be way up, and that attendance would be way up that is that is simply not the case last year was the first year in which they were fewer than fifty balls in play per game. In the history of baseball numbers, progressing downward, seemingly every season decade by decade, and especially now because teams and players are selling out for home runs the way they are. There's just nothing that happens. We're going minutes. Sometimes ten fifteen twenty minutes at a time without seeing a ball in play. And when you're watching a game in person or you're watching a game on television, that's not the stuff that's most aesthetically pleasing people like seeing exciting base writing plays people like seeing dynamic defense in, you know, in the infield nail feel those are things that I think are the root the fabric of major league baseball. And when right now we're these, these three true outcomes have taken over the game in a sense. I regardless of we can argue to blue in the face as to how this happened. But in my opinion, it is an absolutely bad thing for the game that imbalances, the sport in a way that I'm not comfortable with, and I do not believe that it's healthy moving forward. Let's get to your notes on Sunday night. Baseball hinge in review will start for the Los Angeles Dodgers against Jose can Tana. What he gets got on review who, of course, is one of the early front-runners panache league Cy Young award. Yeah. He's yet to allow more than two runs in start this season. And he's enjoyed success by employing old school pitching strategy. I he's economical and doesn't nibble reuse averaging fourteen pitches per inning this season. Fewest among all qualified pitcher that number for him personally has decreased progressively in every year since two thousand sixteen and Secondly, he's precise rea- thrown five hundred ninety four pitches in the strike zone. The season only sixty nine of which have been middle middle that rate twelve percent is on pace to be by far. The lowest rate of his career and ranks in the top five among all qualifiers. All right. What do you got on the nationals playing better? They won twelve of their last seventeen you and I were both flummoxed by the nationals decision to fire pitching coach Derek Lilla Quist one month into the season. But their staff has slowly rounded into form under Pullman, heart specifically Washington has upped its breaking ball usage, and with extrordinary effectiveness, opponents or batting one eight with a five thirty four s against breaking balls since that change after raking in the bottom third of the lead by both measures before it. And you sent this intriguing note referencing the most clutch player in the American League. And I'll tell you right now. It better be DJ LeMay..

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"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"And Alex, you guys made news last week with the signing of Dallas Kyko, he makes his first start the minor leagues for you on Monday. What did your folks tell you about how he looked? He would great. You know, velocity was in line with where it's always been command was very good. I kinda ground balls is expected in touch hikes, sending is a very first time out for him plan will be to have him throw Saturday in AA for us. I, we'll see how he continues to feel this week, if we want to give them an extra days, Leslie could move that to Sunday. But right now, just in talking to him last night looks like we're going to be lined up for Saturday. So the fact that he started out because, you know, we, we wondered if because he didn't have spring training because he didn't pitch the first two months. And I think everyone sort of wondered, how ready was he you are. Well aware of the history of guys who signed the mill the seasons. They sometimes struggle the fact that you guys had his pitch count, that high to me says that you liked what you saw whenever you scouted him before signing him. Can you just walk us through what you saw, and how that affected your evaluation of him? If he'd been throwing him games pretty much car time between any up to about one hundred plan. You know, we had velocities, especially when you're Colonel in there. You know, he averaged eighty nine about right around now on his fastball, eighty eighty nine in his sin Symbian. So, you know, there's just is absolutely an element of unknown and risk of guys hunting this late. When you look at guys, there hasn't been more or less success Kau SAI. Late spring training and cocoa and ended up having a. Dear. But I think with now is his strikes it over field guy. Obviously a tremendous athlete. We sought like the Aswin his favor to be able to do well, but all that being said, when we signed him, we did agree that we would just take start by started the minor leagues, and he has as much to lose his we do one. We don't want to lose the games up here and obviously he's trying to put himself in a good position. Now harder to stay with us long term or they hit the market at the same time. So because the one thing is wrong the same page, where all lined and off the same thing. So we'll see how we start goes on Saturday. But every he looks like the guy, he's always been which big ad for us, and it seems like you're getting him at exactly the right time. Look, I haven't talked to him directly, but I see in a saw his comments and hurt his comments on the day. It feels like you're getting a player hitting time when he's got a big chip on a shoulder because he felt like that his free agency lasted for too long. What's your sense of where he is emotionally as he joined your organization? He's in a great spot. You know, I didn't know Dallas corrected to a lot of work on 'em up. She have Brian McCain here able to get some insight into him, but definitely called around and tried to get as much background on him as we could, we know a lot of humility excited to be here for some told me talking on the phone that he grew up a Braves fan. I think was a real sincerity there. This is an exciting place for him to play. And it's a good team. You know, we and we, we need them. There's no doubt. Our rotation has underachieved at this point, and we're certainly gonna need him. So I also like the fact that players want that on themselves. So the fact that he was open to do, when you're willing to do it. Obviously, we have to get to a number that makes sense for both sides. But the fact that he believes in himself, he wants to bet on himself has a typical office, and so on. I think that goes well for this going forward, I was around the cubs over the weekend right after they signed Craig kimbrel, and you could tell the players were absolutely enthusiastic about it a morale boost for the team..

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"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Sixteen Indians need to make a major bullpen investment because this team is that good. There's so much great about that team. But boy, it'd be worthwhile for them to go out and get some like Brad hand, who is certainly there's someone there talking about Sean Doolittle, Felipe Vasquez. Those, you know, the sixteen cubs. Sixteen Indians were well worth that sort of investment. It feels like this dodger team the same thing. What do you think? I agree it ones helter to a lot of, you know, the analytics ideas in terms of, you know, what starts at. Billy bean, my bleep doesn't work in the postseason. Feel Epstein made a move to try to increase his. Odds for the play offs, and that is not something that these guys normally do do you know what I'm saying like the amount of the, the amount that they they're the probability says that, you know, they're not gonna they're not willing to, to give up. And maybe lose on a train or, or, or such because it gives them, you know, a fraction of a chance better to win in the playoffs. But I think that's exactly what the dodgers should do. I would also say this and again, that's my opinion, but I if anybody asks, like we gotta ask this all the time. And right now, if anybody asks someone in the media, who's going to be in the World Series this year. The answer is the dodgers in the Astros. I'm not saying that too, it's going to be. But if you're s that right now that's the only answer. There's no other answer, like in terms of right now, who's going to be in the World Series. It's the dodgers on the Astros, period. Yep. I totally agree with you. And I do think the dodgers who who've been aggressive. During the season and making deals, the last couple of years. I think they're going to do something big with their bullpen Monday, Nick Marquez. The Braves got career BI I one thousand I'd met to chat about that with Dave show and field in the podcast yesterday. But I, I completely forgot vote, which seems perfect when we talk about Nick, Mark acres, right, that I would forget to talk about him because he's someone who's overlooked so often, and then last night. Brian McCann another home or two hundred seventy five career homers nine hundred ninety seven RBI. So he's coming up on one thousand seven all star parents.

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"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"the deal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Who Shembe on baseball tonight? The legend boop shabby play by play man for yes, PIN boob been talking the last few days, naturally about David Ortiz. Tell me your favorite David Ortiz story for some of your interaction with them. Oh man. I my favorite David. Ortiz story is probably it was off the field. I I we were in Chicago. It was the Red Sox and the cubs at Wrigley. And I was at the hotel, and I got the, the elevator opens. I was at the elevator. Elevator door opens, and they'd poppies and the elevator. So I get it. I'm like, hey, what's up man greet? Each other elevator goes down through floors. We're, we're having a conversation doors open to kids get on probably like twenty two now is the elevator is going down. We're moved to sort of decide in the back of the elevator. And one of the kids, just keeps turning and turning and turning and looking at David, like just keeps looking at him. And finally, as we're just about at the bottom. The kid looks at our tease and says, are you who I think you are David flashes that million dollar smile looks? Him and goes I don't know what do you think? I am the kid serious as a heart attack goes flow. Right up. He's laughed so loud. And the best part of it was the next sound was thing stores open, everybody gets out, no correction, and everybody's got and leaves. And then the two other things that were historically about that part of the story was that I got to the ballpark and this to me is what made him so lovable. I got to the ballpark, I've walked into the cubs clubhouse, and he almost tackled me to grab me to put me in front of eucalyptus, and like six other guys to tell the story because he funny, and then I actually had people I told the story on the air a couple of years later, and I told the story on the air and a kid tweeted at me. Saying, yeah, that was that was me and my buddy. So it was it was pretty. And it's still something where every once in a while. When I see him, I'd be like, what's up? All right. I just feel like he's someone who he really gosh. She was so good at embracing being the star. I think the if I throw one other story out there about him, and it would be I got to see him interact with Steph curry, probably step second year. So it was before Steph was Steph, and, and people may not know but Steph curry is a huge Boston Red Sox fan and he was in Boston for his bachelor party. That's where he had his back to the party in a Red Sox game. Steph curry, so he's down on the field. He's with his brothers. They're in a bunch of their friends, and they kept bringing players over and eventual, Terry Francona comes over at cetera. But when they finally brought our tease over and he brought a bat. I mean, there's nothing cooler than. Being to star actively. But one of them is off by the other. I mean Steph, had a look in his eye and was so on by talking to Ortiz, who was so the bigger star of the two, and so what's up man. How you doing? You know, how's your year like you know, just like right, right presence and Steph was like a little kid seeing one of his heroes. It was pretty cool. And that's just another example of why people are on baseball this week have just reacted so strongly to, to what happened with David and everyone thinking about David and you know, hopefully we heard yesterday that he, he took his first steps since the second surgery on. And you know, we can't wait to hear about him walking out of the hospital and probably going back to Fenway park is I, I can't even imagine the reaction to him back at that place is everyone's thinking about him at Fenway park last night boob is they make an awkward transition Red Sox playing the Texas Rangers and in the height of a really terrible game for the Red Sox inside the park home run for one hundred pants in part because Maliki bats didn't run over to backup a play in right field. This is what happened. Andrew Benintendi was at the plate..

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