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"tim spin" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

04:27 min | 11 months ago

"tim spin" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"It. Forget the crampton on big tech. Nadine says there's even more reasons to your clear of china's stocks. She will break down how she is playing the space plus shares sono surging after its latest earnings report. One of our traders says there might even more upside from here. We'll bring you all the details. When pass money returns. Welcome active money. Recent volatility and chinese socks investors. Kathy would keep an open mind about the region but one data point prompted one of our traders to make a dramatic move in the space nadine. What'd you see. Well we always look at credit data and what you saw in the last twenty. Four hours continued disappointing. Credit data and that puts us for china overall for decelerating growth in gdp through at least the end of the year with accelerating growth of inflation. So when we look at something like that that's an inflationary setup announced when chinese equities tend to the worst and so you can separate out that from all the headlines and the regulatory issues that we've covered ad nauseam in the past month but just on a pier macro basis. This is a terrible setup so you can short individual stocks. You could short the whole market through an etf. The ffxi or there are long positions. That are short that one is. I think the wii that they're smaller than the long china ones but for us we look elsewhere and say well we're is growth accelerating gdp. We saw cd data. Come out this morning and europe. It said it's accelerating there. So we like a variety of countries in europe in addition to the positions that we talk about on the show here. But you'd be good to go to france. Ireland has one of the best setups actually in the next several quarters of accelerate growth in gdp. It's a lot easier to invest in stocks when the winds at your back versus when it's in your face it's interesting because nadine is is talking about just even general macro dynamics as they relate around issues that historically have been really tough for china and obviously we know what the regulatory had wins have been like in china and and so know to me my issue with shorting china and including there are places that i think are safer than others is that you've got evaluations to me at a major discount relative to their history not necessarily even to the rest of the world what i hear nadine saying that i totally agree with is is that you've got x. China growth in other parts of both am and the developed world. That's actually very interesting if you look at. Pm is in ism's. I think they're very exciting. The issue i have and even though. I've been cautious on tencent and above which are names that i had not been caught in other words. I have been bullish on those companies for a long time. I think china still has very much a focus on their markets and how they want to be a global center. I care less about their superpower. You know chinese companies. I do think they could step in at any time and create a massive short-squeeze that i would not want to be especially if they need is right. Those comments about las vegas sands the top of the show. Might not hold up. i mean obviously. There's a lot of concern there i think. In my opinion. It's probably priced in. But she makes them very coach points. Fx i think thirty three and a half or so was the low back in february of twenty twenty. I think it's forty one and a half now so again if she's right there's still a lot of room to the downside. Tim spun on about alibaba's mentioned the number of times you've had these moves to the upside but literally that stock closes up to thirty five. We've seen a series of since. Halloween boo by the way lower lows and lower highs and that has not abated at all i mean surely china grow big part of that shorting. Tencent is shorting. Baba's are some of the biggest companies there. Would you be on board that. Yeah i would be on board. But the problem is this is so binary that it's just you're judged and the stock movement is on the last headline and i think it's become it used to be a trump thing to be anti-china or to be compatible combative to china now it's become an equally. Bipartisan issue to be combative to china and china does enough to be combative to itself. So it's very difficult to say. I'd like to go along these names. But once the tide turns this is going to be breakneck speed higher. I'm not sure where there yet. So i would just stay out of the tree. Quite frankly coming up.

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"tim spin" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:06 min | 11 months ago

"tim spin" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Past month but one analyst says. The ron is ridiculous. You won't believe where he says. Prices should be going from here. He'll tell us why later this hour we start off with some material gains the dow industrials jumping to a new record after the senate pass along away two trillion dollar infrastructure bill. The snp eking out. Its own all time. High at the close and check out the moves and some of these resource names cleveland cliffs at levels not seen since twenty fourteen pre mac moran. Us steel both up more than four percent guy. Gutter you welcome back. What do you make of the moves. Thanks melanie i i say. Tim's spin on this for a while and he's going to say a lot of things that he's thinking or might say. But i'll say this. Us steel twenty eight twenty nine dollars stock. You can make a kosher argument that things have never been better for the steel industry. This accompanied just basically running itself. Better breaks out above thirty dollars. Listen i don't think it's getting back to the march two thousand eighteen levels of forty five anytime soon. But i think this should be a thirty five dollar stock. You mentioned cleveland cliffs eight year. High freeport-macmoran obviously sort of lagging a bit probably given some of its energy exposure. But then names we don't talk about. Martin marietta volk materials. Both those names sold off since the may all-time highs but i gotta tell you something. Both those names look like they're gonna take back those all-time highs and ratchet higher so this resource trade although stalled seemingly over the last couple months i don't think is i don't think it's in its infancy at all. I think there's a lot of room left to go. Is this tim. do you think because infrastructure past. Well look Blow a guy does make a lot of coaching arguments. And and the argument here. I i actually think that the debate of whether does us steel get through those levels of of john. Two thousand eighteen when steel tariffs kicked in. I i don't know but i can tell you. The environment is better for them. the balance sheet is less levered. Let's sensitivity steel. Prices are probably double where they were at that time. And i think the the overall the the infrastructure bill as eight fresh catalyst two point two by the way yields have been taken up twenty five basis points higher over the last week or so. You're still up about forty percent off those intraday lows From when yields hit those intraday lows forty percent so i do think that this infrastructure trades. You know obviously important for those that are the one brain cell trades. I i you know coppers probably one and a half But you know. Few energy grid related demand dynamics in what's already been there from home building and the housing market i think is very strong The other dynamic here is just the the the tech side of infrastructure the fact that there's seventy billion going to broadband and and and tower service and and even companies like t. mobile benefit because there's gonna be vouchers for people to get cellular and five g. and and i think so this is stuff that some of its price and of course but some of it. I think this was a major political win for washington today because both sides through you had a lot of pork to throw on the table or to fight that pork and they got something done. You look at.

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"tim spin" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"tim spin" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"And i still don't know where i stand with this. I think i'm still. I still air on the side of. I don't think who is involved. I think i think developer is doing an amazing job. Emulating a kojima. Ar experience where you are following the clues. And i think this was set up from the beginning as something to be a. Hey we can market our game as a game and people will eat it up the thing that throws me off in the thing that i still can't get around is the fact that this game was debuted on the playstation blog as raynham game. That doesn't look that great first person who are experienced that did have some kuchi elements to it the fact that playstation the fact that this is on the playstation blog is the thing. I can't get around where i'm like. Okay cool like you're on the place you block but the more the more and more you lena's kojima shit the more and more like there's no way places you can stamp aside this right. There's no way playstations looking at all this and they're like glad we back to this thing or we're gonna let this thing exists on our blog more like it's hard for me to imagine that there's a lot going on and its engine the fact that jason schreier is at all kind of not seeing this a thing. I'm like that's crazy to me because otherwise it'd be like yeah. People are just having fun and it definitely seems like a good thing. Because i'm trying to make it seem that way. It's not hard to see him insane when you're with marketing just being really meta and weird like all it takes is a little side of that and we all jumped to jima. Because that's what we've been taught to do so much lines up. Tim someone like hey man so much lined up for the grinch and he's not smash brothers so wait. Oh yeah okay i remember. We talked to. Your theory was accurate. The grease theory was so convincing though he gives daily writing about it was the people that didn't watch it and the thought that i was trying that i was convinced that the grinch was in. I was with you tim. I was with everything. I listened. Episode games daily and all. I have my full hat on. And i was like. I don't know man tim. Spin some facts. The grinch is in the background photo. A hassle lead to some asked me right. We're gonna see see gina gina who was a whole lot of people. I can was included. Who ended up being in it on. I can't even remember. But yeah gino was one of my favorite thing to arise from this whole abandoned situation. Though is yesterday. I was listening to a jeff. Keely twitter spaces talk. Where of course twitter spaces you can do your own. Basically leg press conferences. And we'll talk to you and ask questions and all that shit and you know jeff. Julius wanted to talk about some regained says he just wanted to catch up. Talk about cough live when all that stuff and half the people that jeff brought in to ask questions. We're all like so what's up with this. Abandoned business are you hiding something and legit every time jeff would be like guys. I don't know. I have no idea what's going on here and every new person would be like i don't believe you tony's going out abandoner and they're just trying to be jeff keeling people keep bothering about it. Which i think is hilarious. Yeah well they did that with elden rain. He made it happen. Got out of jail. The big thing about this. Though is i struggle to believe that kojima is related to this. Because summer game just happened and kojima was there for kickoff live something would announce it would have been announced their. Maybe maybe who knows who knows maybe on a random playstation blog account. A lot of cannot be predicted. This man goes by no pattern. The madman he put out. That's none of us knew what that game was until i came out student. Believe what it was but it was just what it is. It was crazy. It wasn't this thing connecting people. It's social whatever it's no it was just a freaking game where you walk a lot like the thing is we act like there's this storied history of day okajima being completely crazy when it comes to announcements of marketing games. There's a couple of examples of that and to be fair. There are more examples of that then there are any other developer being weird with announcements and games. But it's not like it ever gotten weird. Nobody was really weird. Remember when remember when in when they announced the game fan pain and then all the letters familiar solid five fit perfectly in the phantom mogo and everybody was like what turned out to be real. That was a coincidence. Come on that wasn't a coincidence. Cabanillas what i'm talking about. There's nothing better than cabbages joep. It all the conspiracy theory trae atlanta's even care about. He's like yeah. I don't know. Is there way that you can amazon. Prime me tinfoil hat. So i can wear it whenever you talk about machine you. You're upsetting blessing like a setting me right now. You've said to me a lot. They sell those things on amazon right. Like probably just make one at home with tinfoil. But what's better games last by foil. Money into the market to tap into the market for tinfoil. Did they.

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"tim spin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"tim spin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Saying it. You know, I've been doing this now for 20 years. I've been doing a little longer than you've been doing it a little longer. And you know what I've learned from those who Who text Um You know, and I was taught this very early on in my career about Tim spins. Um ah, great program director who ushered me into this business. Is that People who have who take the time. Take the time to call. People who take the time to text Represent. Point of view. That's valid one way or the other, Whether you like it or not. It's a Zen opinion that is valid because they took their time to respond to it. So I I see the exact same text messages that you see. I've learned to You know, I've learned to, um Keep them at bay. So that I can have a clear mind. Because if you respond to all of them and you know you you'll have a tough day. I like good days. Oh, I didn't You So she did not respond. Um, you can if you want. This came from seven to our 30 20. Who But I just mentioned the fact that you know, I've been a Republican my entire life, So I've Basically voted Republican my entire life. And this shallow texter decides to respond. What a shock. Jo Jo can only vote for white males. Really? Okay? See some that are worse than that. You know, it's planet at me at times, but it's okay. Yeah. Like Like I say, You know, this is from 69 03. I applaud this civil discourse. Ah, um From the 719 39 16 voting for Biden because you just like Trump is like changing your shirt because you pooped your pants. Okay? From the 970. 10 80 totally agree with you the media. Not all media will not allow it. It's not the news anymore. It's all opinions. Um, I watched the Japanese world news the other day, and it was more like news. Ma, I told you I just told you Why It's gonna be like that. Okay? I've just told you why it's gonna be like that, because there's advertisement dollars that are associated with ratings. I'm just telling you the truth. Maybe nobody else in this industry will tell you But I'm telling you that this is why there's so much incitement because they want to keep your attention because that equals dollars to the networks. I do like this from the 720 shouldn't be able to tell the news commentators political affiliation. I agree with that. Guys. No offense, but your biases have come through some that being said I don't look to you for the news. Appreciate that. Yeah. Hey, look, look, You think that's why we have the very smart, very down the middle of the road like it's supposed to be Cathy Walker doing our news every day. Let's be clear. And you know, I've been accused of Of wanting to get you home in a good move for a long time, and I'll take that. I'll take that. But it was just once again. It was just it was just And I know today was all about, you know. President Biden be being sworn in as the president of the United States. But I'm just telling you about last night and how I felt like You know, this craft is never gonna end because you know what we gave it. You know, we way through lighter fluid on it, And we gave it a life of its own. And that fire is gonna burn a long time unless you just choose Justo. Shut it down, and I don't know what's news network you watch. But it Z. I just can't. I can't do it right now. I can't do it. Can't do it and It just last night. I was just like man is. Is this it? This is this is who we are now. One side gloating and one sign saying, you know, you know, foul. Get it done with those two. I'm done with both of those are in by the way, at least at least. After six o'clock. I don't know what happens. You know, in the morning, it seems like it's more news. But the late on the day that it gets Dim or it gets landed. But I'm I think I'm gonna just take a pause from both station because of what I do. Because I want to be informed. I watched both. I'm taking a break. Good choice. Take a Take a break. Um Okay? If you missed it earlier, we have a chance to win. $1000 I have to do is text nationwide..

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"tim spin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"tim spin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"No I don't think lawyers are going to be involved in how court or should be involved in of course staffer or spaced out. You know behind Behind the wall there but to the extent that we're talking about how hearing slow how Jerry draws are conducted how You know hearings are scheduled but given priority or not you know I think it sounds sounds very much that you know this is this is at the initial stages from the court planning point of view So I certainly won't say hey. You know we should have been brought in long before that. This is just starting. I think we're all kind of reacting but I guess it's just a plea in a petition to to include us as it as it does go along Because I think you know we can make full contributions to it. Before in in order is issued as a final order it's always good to get sort of litmus test from attorneys as to. What is this going to work for us? Is this sensible You know in our best kind clients best interest or are there things that you know are are missing or can be added and make a better So that's just all and you know I think a lot of it. Is You know. The court runs itself and the administers its own programs. But at the same time you know we are the main customers of judicial services as a bar and you're and so it's a diet is a dialogue or a dialectic. If you're a galleon well you know I I am. I say must be. It's probably tough right now to stop by the Court House file of all that in the form of emotion so I'm glad to help out here on the ramp Shell. You're dead Anyway Patricia. What did you think of that last? sad remarks by petitioning attorney so. I agree with Dan that as the court looks set for example which kind of cases should be rolling out. I along the lines of the priorities. Such gruesome was talking about that The bar must be involved in fact that is part of the Supreme Court's plan as it starts to look at Including more cases to be heard the ten point plan I was talking about actually was more along the lines of what we need to do. that requires funding. And as you know the state of Vermont received a grant for one point two five billion dollars and that's intended to address specifically the Kobe nineteen emergency and so we've That's been on a very tight timeframe and so last week we needed to develop the The items that we need funded in order to be able to open up the court system and along the lines of what? Dan was saying The another part of the ten point plan is to get the remote technology in place to support court proceedings and so you can understand that with Fourteen units of the Superior Court one in each county and multiple buildings in some of those counties for us to do remote proceedings We need not only technology in those buildings supporting judges who conduct hearings on what's called Webex. It's one of those platforms but in order to provide public access to court proceedings. We also need to livestream them and so we do not at the moment. Have the technology that permits us to do that. We have been Piloting things and this is if there's a silver lining to the terrible crisis we're facing it's that on in real time we've had to develop Experiments and pilots and it isn't just the court who are is a participant in that but all the parties and lawyers involved in the proceedings. are also participants in a kind of experiment. And just to give you an example. What we've learned is that we have pretty reliable technology available to us from the court and for people who are on the state system so to speak. They can participate pretty well but we have people participating in hearings who are not on the state system and so part of what we need to do is to make sure that there are. There's enough technology and there's enough support staff to provide access to justice equally to all those participants and so remote technologies is key to being able to Hear more cases likewise in addition to court hearings. We have a lot of services that we are either obligated to provide For Constitutional or legal reasons. Or it's best practice To provide and in particular I would mention. I think it's true that lawyers are he Customers if you will of the judiciary but actually most of our cases involve people who are not represented by lawyers and so we have the same obligation to those people To provide access e even in a time of remote technologies. One of the things we're doing is seeking funding to support Additional resources so we can answer phone calls for courts around the state Centrally to make sure that the Issues that people have Are Hurting real time. And the we're we're going to be supported in that. By the fact that our electronic case management system is now in the process of Rollout. Which makes that much easier to do because people in who are answering those calls can actually go in and see those cases we also responsibilities to people who who For them English is not a first language. And we're required and are happy to provide Court interpretation and translation services. And so we will need to be able to do video remote interpreting for example and we're also Considering whether or not and this is where an area where the bar will be very important. Should we start to host? Online dispute resolution capability. And of course we wouldn't move forward on that without a consultation with the bar. Let me ask about sort of alternative dispute resolution. Dan Richardson Do. Are You Finding Ernie? Any sort of change in practice. Recently were more. Cases are being sort of settled out of court these days or because the courts are less available or is that not really taken hold yet. Well I don't I don't know if I have any data to support a rise or not but there's two things I think that our have arisen as a result of this is one you know it just plays into the economic factors of how you settle. Which is if you know that you're going have to wait to get in front of a judge you know until the other side of You know this this crisis and then maybe some time beyond that because there are going to be other cases in in line ahead of you That factors in because that means that time and time is money in a Lotta situations and so you know whereas your client bottom line. Was You know this? This number is going to go a little bit lower because you know you know that even if you settle for less that's still better than if you have to wait four or five months but You know in that respect. I think it's it's it is leading to settlements just simply because it's it's another pressure that's pushing parties towards towards settlement if if money is the factor If it's not you know I know there are a number of cases out there where money is not necessarily the factor and they aren't settling but they weren't going to settle probably anyway. The other thing rise is that You know a lot of mediators are adapting to the situation and doing online Mediation through through zoom and a lot of times what they do is Is Use multiple zoom platforms to have have virtual mediation? So you know you and your client will log onto one. Jim Account and mediator will come on and then log out and go to the other doom account where the other side is sitting there and basically have these conversations back and forth In real time And I know one mediator for example. I think Tim Spin. Coupling BURLINGTON has had At least a dozen of these Mediation in this point and I know Michael Marks and TAT POWERS DOWN. A Middlebury done similar. So you know this this This is something where people are adapting. I don't know what the success rates are of those online mediations if there as compared to sort of the in person mediation But I mean they're successful enough that I think the mediators are continuing to to push them. Forward and lawyers are agreeing to participate in them. So I think it's something where you know. Dispute Resolution moves on. And anytime you know. There's there's all these pressures on cases and all these factors that lead to settlement and certainly this court pressure is is putting additional pressure on to to say you know. No we're not going to settle or you know. Resolve this to the court system because of the circumstances in in the near future. So let's let's do something to get it resolved in so I think it does spark creative thinking as well judge Greeson and I wanted to go back to something you said just before the break at the bottom of the hour we were talking about perhaps having to take a somewhat Slow cooking approach. Here I don't know maybe that's a bad metaphor but fewer cases in the course of a day. Because for instance balladeer would be would be slower in a little more cumbersome in an age of social distancing and so on My impression all along has been that the court system in Vermont like a lot of other states is already Bending a bit under its workload not hasn't been easy life for you folks pretty previous to Kobe. Nineteen if all of a sudden were in a situation where you know. We've got a handle fewer cases just because things are a bit more socially awkward. Shall we say House what kind of effect do you think? That's going to have overall Dana clearly you use the term getting back to normal no when the court system.

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"tim spin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:27 min | 3 years ago

"tim spin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"From New York today. Join by Jake Sherman of Politico's playbook, author along with his co authors of a hill to die on with me. He'll be a guest on meet the press on and part of the panel, Jake. What are you doing meet the press Sunday part of the penalty? Doing a stand alone with Chuck about the book, we're a part of the panel. I don't think Jeff does a ton of standalone unless you're very famous which I thought, but you're going to talk about the book a little bit. It's going to be my first media television a pair of about the book. And I think we are coming on your show for a while. That's about it in great length. I hope not. Yes. If you are a new better be bringing me my copy the green room. That's all I'm asking you have your copy never Jake, Dwayne takes every book that's ever supposed to come to me any reads it, and then I get it. So if you want me to be raw red just bring along an extra copy of the green room. All right. Let's talk by the way. How's it doing? I mean are people paying it and saying, well, here's this. Here's a way to do. It is is a hill to die on going to be a Hilton Diane for you. Yeah. I don't know if it's gonna be hopefully, it won't be the hill. I it. We have a excerpt in politico magazine today with an amazing quote from the president of the United States, which is the last quote in the book where he says they're lousy competition. They've got the worst ideas the world, but they stick together from set of Democrats and Republicans stick together as well. There's no question about it. I respect them for that. I tell the Republicans that I stayed people stick together. Even if it's bad they stick together. Which in my view it in. Very interesting. The the president's new of governing in the Republic. He speaks truth. I hope the president tweets that out. He speaks truth Republicans will kill each other. If they turn their back for a second Republicans, go back to back they form a circle with knives against the world. And when push comes to shove, for example, w was elected in two thousand and forty made two thousand five all about social security. What you help of Josh Marshall a talking points memo in Harry Reid. They just said, no, no, no, no, no matter what Bush offer them. They wouldn't go see eight wouldn't negotiate wouldn't negotiate and the Dem's one than we had Katrina than we had the Terry shy. Oh controversy than we had Harriet Myers. It was the horrible honest. The worst year ever two thousand and five Democrats stuck together hill to die on. I hope that come by the way, do you know the lunch role Jake Sherman? No, I do not what is that Frank Luntz told me years ago that if you don't say the name of the book a Hilton Diane seven times. In the course of any interview people remember a hill to die on. And if they can't remember a hell to die on they won't know how to order a Hilton, Diane from Barnes and noble, Amazon dot com. So make sure you or your local bookseller, by the way. God bless the local booksellers publishers going to say don't forget, the local booksellers Amazon is what drives us right? You got to get people to go to Amazon, and you didn't say Hugh Hewitt set to get a hill to die on. Now. I just did it for you. But in the courts, I'm going to be kicking under the table at meet the press, if you don't say in a Hilton, Diane every time you open your mouth, I'm gonna kick it. I will I will say seven times die on available everywhere. You by Tuesday. They're gonna say that. Nick. Well, we've got we've hit the magic seven the hill the die on already we've already now. Let's talk about my favorite democrat, Tim Ryan Tim Ryan for America dotcom. Tim Ryan for America dotcom. Tim Ryan for American come. I can't give money to anyone because I work for NBC in the Washington Post and Salem broadcast. I can't give dollar and anybody, but I can tell everyone Tim Ryan for America. So that we can get a normal centre-left old school democrat who isn't going to have a handy problem on the set. What do you think of Tim Ryan for American Tim Ryan's chances? Tim Ryan is a character in the. Minor character. Good. He was the only person we talked to him at length and. Gracious time over a couple a couple of sessions, but the congressmen ran against remember when don't want else would at twenty after many Democrats, wait a second. We're we're going to be in the minority now for for eight years and the leader is still going unsalaried and stuck his neck out said, no, we need to to have somebody who could speak for all Democrats. And he said that again this time he didn't run this time. But he is somebody frankly who had water respect in the caucus somebody who is part of as remember in in Democrats from Ohio. Look a lot more like Ryan. Significantly the left. The Tim Ryan is really a very rare breed. So I very crowded crowded field. But he'll have a different message different vibes buddy else. Now. Tim might be on the show next hour. He might I don't know if you're do the press, not Chuck, Tom. Now, we're talking about him yesterday and Tim's an old friend, and I went to the same high school. He's from Niles, I'm from Warren. I've known him for as long as Tim spin around. I know his brother we were just together and warranted. Our fundraiser for high school. We could go Ryan good guy, and shucks opinion is he may play very well in Iowa. And I pointed out he went to law school in New Hampshire. Looking not a household name in California. But what you got to get on the stage. Do you think he gets is at sixty thousand individual donors like Alexander Wang has got no path to the presidency ten has a hard one. But it's possible. There's a lame there for a center-left democrat sixty five thousand I think the magic number and let them getting in the in the. The in the in the rate late, which he did. And it's not that late late compared to the other twenty people who are running hampers that. And frankly, be honest with you he somebody who could be radically. If you set up an operation gets small dollar donors, get the machine revved up. But that's very difficult. And that's the benchmark that Democrats have sent he has going to have to try to meet that it's going to be tough. But again, he has a message that is different than everybody else. Not cookie cutter candidates. He's not necessarily polished and TV ready. And I say that in a good way not in a bad way more relatable than some of the other Democrats. I think that's something that could play his paper on this analogy. Jake. It's what I've used. Explain Ryan all the other candidates Republicans normally nominate quarterback like people Reagan was a quarterback like person George Bush where the quarterback like person Donald Trump was quarterback like person that rounding quarterback meeting. They run organization they want to be in charge. They wanted to throw the ball. They wanna call the play Democrats. Nominate individuals sports people like presence. Obama the golfer the cerebral the by himself, the alone. Chuck Todd's book, the stranger or other people who are just they're not team leaders in that you have to become the team leader when you become president. But Tim Ryan's a quarterback. He played quarterback at Youngstown state played quarterback at Kennedy got that personality, very killer. Very engaging who else's most like Ryan in the field in terms of emotional IQ. I'd say Buddha judge is one of them. Be honest with you, the less time you spend at Washington dying spent a lot of time in Washington. So maybe this work, but it seems like the last time you sent to Washington to better to be honest with you and. Does seem to have kind of normal five which other people don't have. And that again is playing his favor. I think senators senatorial, right? I mean, we talk about that all the time. And I think Buddha judge, and I think Tim Ryan degree have a little bit more down home flavor before you wanna get with this guy. Although I don't think Tim Reid drinks anymore. So I don't want to his by saying that. But you know, what I need you could sit in the guy and have a beer, and he's a totally dude. And that's all right. In fact, I was at the the bar Cleary's in Niles where Tim won his first election couple of weeks back, and they were talking about ten is. In fact, just a wonderful guy to hang with Pete. A judge though judge is exactly as you say. And I read a profile of this week where he has midwestern deindustrialization in his bones as Tim Ryan if I were Tim Ryan since the Lordstown GM plant, which is now shuttered is in his district. I do my first day rally there. I'd get over there in front of that in hammer on GM hammer hammer hammer GM, they took the money that killed the bondholders. They screwed everyone. They ran off with their bags of gold, and they closed Lordstown that I I would be unrelenting and unforgiving, by the way. It's not exactly Donald Trump's best moment that they did that to him. No, that's right. And it's funny. I've talked to a member of congress the other day about Justice issues and. Member of congress is close ally. The president was saying the heat would what the president really needs to do his own reelected to find it. Eight pro-trump union member leader and get him out there on his blood some of those attacks. But anyway, I get an absolutely correct political argument that you that would be a very very poignant image for for can Ryan Jake Sherman. If you're on the panel with me who else is on the panel on Sunday. Anna Palmer, my co author, and I think Heather McGee the course, although we've got we've got my Lepretre you've got to send a write me. We gotta have a left, and we have to journalists in you. And that's great. That's terrific that Chuck must like you. Here again fan, and John Reese men likes you. Are you a Yankee fan? Nat sand and I go Mets fan. So don't tell these been that executive producer. If you're a Mets fan, you're going to be an empty chair at the table on Sunday. So he'll the Diane by Jake Sherman is out. Now, don't forget bring Hewitt a copy. So I can read it on the plane back to California. Thank you, Jake. We'll see you on Sunday on meet the press act Jake Sherman. Let me also remind all of you one of the sponsors of my program citizens for truth and drug pricing. I don't think it's come up on meet the press. But it could a study by Dartmouth College showed spent seventeen point one billion dollars on marketing big pharma did in nineteen Ninety-seven twenty years later that number was thirty billion..

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"tim spin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"tim spin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Vivid seats seven thousand two hundred twenty three on hand were in Memphis. This was essentially the whole floor for the Tigers on this conference tournament, but they were ousted in the semi finals the five seat the wall of the two arrived here in the title till John state. I Kyle they see our Westwood One crew at Cincinnati all over Houston sixty three to forty nine three fifty six ago and Jared has an American outlet accounts its championship game record thirty three points made three that doesn't happen often today's game. No, it doesn't. But he's controlled this entire game from start to where we are at this point. The one thing that may have helped dare was affect he he didn't play very well yesterday. It was three of sixteenth in the field and got some time on the bench. Whereas the game before he was worn play just about every minute of the game. So maybe a bit fresher tonight, even with all the media timeouts and then with Houston already using their entire allotment of timeouts. He's had plenty of time to rest Houston in the second half. Twenty six percent of the field to twelve from outside Giral line left for Houston shooting to the American sixth man of the year transfer from UMass from a free throws rolls off the win. But he misses away left. You're going gonna cut into the lead. When you draw fouls. You gotta make those free score within the clock is stopped. Ro sixty nine percent shooter back in a swish thirteen sixty three to fifty full court pressure entry to he sees the double bounces back to couple of other the basket. He fixed it up. Flicks ahead for Jennifer, right? Over the heart of Senator weeds out of the year wing to those spread the floor and slow it down with the ball, the capable hands of public. You have to help your defensively couple of you have to. I mean you've got to win. And he starts to go you ten now. You'll probably start. You gotta run somebody at him to don't let him diesel wanna one. That's what he's done all night. Blooms Rita shoot ruled contested shock with or off target, buddy. Does draw the foul. They're gonna get Corey Davis junior with his fourth more free. Throws double gold is rest of the way. It Cincinnati's flavor. Well, and not just one player can go to double. And then try to get back to his man as happened. That's opera, Houston, all four other guys have to rotate around because otherwise you're gonna get a gap to the basket chance to. Was close daddy's got four t Davis with his fourth foul out into. But here's the rub tile Basie. You can't quite go. Offense defense down the stretch. Houston burned all of its time out. So and Davis's much better shooters than him him is not made a shop in the field today. Back in free. Throw is good good team for number fifteen km grew. But it's a fifteen point lead for Cincinnati. All the joints three twenty three to go near quarter Giro's wing three ribs out rebound. The year Brooks elbow to the back of the head by Pinson, inadvertently Cincinnati ball left to light. Another woman done gray slow down east of Cincinnati. Excellent job on defense today controlling Bolton. Really the big rebounding advantage. Thirty six to twenty eight. Been more troubled allowed to little works. The clock eight to shoot outside left did off the he'll rebound. The kitchen. Does your brushless boxed out hearts numbers for the Cougars? As Brooks double the euro down the lane for Giral at a leading banker Gresham sorts of the year at the hands pack sixty five fifty two. Tough shot. They look easy. It's aggressive pressure. Cumberland able to step through past Scott, the right? For Jennifer eyelash inside a midcourt under two and a half to go up thirteen at hot pursuit of their first back to back conference titles since the mid nineties. Cumberland's between the leg dribble. Move punked by Gresham. Curls back out three suits a feature. Grow water shoot. Hi post. Tweeden slide Robertson picks it out to our Mani Brooks a fall away twisting right-wing three rebound coupled side for Cincinnati, Houston, dead me that they've got to go to the rim. The draw foul. For the defense Menchaca back out for the wide open three, but their dads are all their fate Cincinnati allow this threat the floor. Couple dribbles up top outside the other four players down to base on. Let's go on a lawn. Scott sets a bolstering right out of SWIFT's cover has hinted scalding the freshman step back. And the rebound high postal Robinson, Houston ninety seconds Giral thought about a transition three. Head fake Robinson, a left-wing triple ugliness. All fire long. Rebound gets hit by Vinton on the line, a whistle and they'll rule out of bounds. Groom Houston ball. Reset. The Tiber is Bloomberg possession. Didn't try to call time out or just let the ball. Go. Instead of Houston trigger one twenty two to go Giral prompted by the Hoppy Scott to touch passes, like mortar Robertson up the wing Hinton rhythm three. Hinson converts for the first time sixty five fifty five it's down to tech. Jennifer. He's double passes out middle to Scott allowed to cripple. At all three zero whistle foul on Giral. He's got three double bonus to sucks. Since. So he's got to be careful even though they have the margin ten points. Still want to be strong with the basketball and not try to do things are not comfortable doing Scott have known for bringing the ball the. Got away with one that time. Lied. Right. Scott is the first shot is good. Cumberland but decided star with thirty three room with fifteen Scott. Now with Tim. Spins the ball is Bearcats. He hates the to play defense back in three throw away. It's good does here dot it's it's wellpoint advantage for the Bearcats rolled actually for the first time was six to go down spell. Giral just now picks it up at the logo of the front court steams down the lane. Head fake. Head fake puts up contested alter the minus your books. Whistle. A foul pursuit of a loose ball dressing at this point. Wanna wanna go more free throws pendant? Brooks with that rebound on this shot. He plays. So well, then we'll get much Nelson. He's not in their score. He's only taken one shar that he just takes up space. Does a great job rebounding sets, wonderful guys the basket. Just a real good team player Linke, so tough. Good today's broadcast of the American conference championship. Otherwise little water is intended solely for the private controversial use of our audience. Eddie, reproduction retransmission or other Yousef is broadcast without the express. I g and Westwood One is strictly prohibited. Back in three throw is good. Cincinnati fourteen go. Shoulders of subbed out some of their stars. It's Robertson outside like Elise for Monte books defended by fifty four separates tossed into the quarter Robertson circles closer wrap around pass Brooks. Wedges lasted rim jump ball. It'll be Houston possession. Tiber was eighteen the shot hit hired so move back to thirty forty nine point one. That's emblematic of the day. Kyle macy. It is. Davis with his arm wrapped around Giral Davis. Giving words of advice to drill. They're going to be in the NCAA tournament. But they're going to answer on a down note with just their third loss of the year entered with the best win percentage in college basketball, baseline cigarettes, Gresham fine to the right quarter Lee for Robinson head fake dribble. Back twenty six to shoot right to left crossover one-handed snap hinted. Pops a rhythm left-wing. Three ugliness sword. Rebound. The broom second spot is the poor bear tadpole Houston does not foul. Fumbled. It allowed to dribble. And again, we talked about it before the game of our lives to be the team three times in one season. And I think that's what we saw today. Cincinnati made some adjustments from the first two games. You don't know you Samantha. Beaten twice with squat the third time. Cats credit? They played that substantive low Gobelins dribbling, they'll take it all the way down and accept the shot violation eight point two seconds. Jaren tumbling. Gets high fives from his teammates, though, sub in several more take out to a roaring. America championship game record thirty three points. Landon Gosling first minutes inbounds to Robinson, eight seconds Robinson dribbling over mid court. Four seconds feeds Gosling, a dump inside Gresham to jab with one point one seconds little classless to put up a shot like that sixty nine fifty seven inbound goes to the final second bear cats. Cincinnati gets the last laugh. Against the regular season. The Bearcats are back to back American athletic conference champions, the first tobacco titles for Cincinnati since nineteen ninety five and ninety six fair. Chats win at sixty nine fifty seven over Houston. Cincinnati lost its last two games of the regular season. But takes three in three days in a Memphis. Last year was the first conference tournament crown for the program since two thousand four it's Cincinnati rips by Houston. Cincinnati Bearcats senior day a week ago gets a hefty dose of redemption. And revenge. And couldn't age. They're seating believed by most brackets allergists to be hard seven possibly six taking down authority wanted to team that was right on the outside of the top ten of the country and the latest rankings commies. Well, this is a very good win for Cincinnati..

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