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"tim sullivan" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"Real quick, we recommend listening to this show on spotify where you can listen to all of your favorite artists and podcasts in one place for free without a premium account, spotify has a huge catalog of podcasts on every imaginable topic, plus you can follow your favorite podcasts, said never miss an episode. Premium users can download episodes to listen to off lime, wherever and whenever and easily share what you're listening to with your friends on, instagram, so if you haven't done so all right, be sure to download the spotify APP search for optimal finance daily on spotify or browse podcasts in the Your Library Tab also make sure to follow me, so you never miss an episode of optimal finance daily. This is optimal finance daily episode twelve seventeen, how I stopped excessive gifting by Tim Sullivan with, get rich slowly, dot org, and welcome back to optimal finance, daily or welcome for the first time. If you're discovering US I'm Dan, I'm your host and narrator of some of the best blogs on personal finance, and we've got lots more content that we narrate to you for free as well On our other shows, including optimal living daily, which covers personal development minimalism, and much much more of got a bunch of episodes there you can check out, so check out all our shows wherever you're hearing this podcast by searching for optimal living daily. Since. You're here and you want to hear about finance. Let's get right to it as we start optimizing your life. How stopped excessive gifting by Tim Sullivan with get rich slowly dot org. Most of US struggle with some psychological aspect of money that can impede our savings whether it be the lure of clothing stores nights out with friends or stocking top shelf liquor cabinet. There tends to be one thing or another that creeps from our once category into our needs. I've never been a compulsive. And always preferred voluntary simplicity both in the kitchen and in my closet. This means that for most of my young adult life. I had good control of my finances. Then I started dating dating quickly made gift giving my Achilles heel as with other debt inducing habits..

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:01 min | 5 months ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on AP News

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with 2 counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:01 min | 5 months ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on AP News

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with 2 counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:01 min | 5 months ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on AP News

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with 2 counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

Officer Mike Freeman Derek Children Murder Tim Sullivan Tim Wall Soccer White Minneapolis George Floyd Hennepin County Attorney Minneapolis United States Minnesota
Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"This just in the jets announced that Sam Darnold will not play Monday night against the browns owns. He has mono woo he could be out for a little while with. Mon- anybody had mono make love and I don't know exactly exactly what it is. Mononucleosis knocked me out of my junior year of college missed the whole Party for months. It was awful and that's why people are speculating that Sam Donaldson this this more than one game yeah. That's you know Manos on something that you sort of brush off and say Yeah I had that for a couple of days to rest the rest is the key and I insist season football player. There acquiesced what a bummer the showdown with Baker Mayfield and the Browns against the jets coming up on Monday night and that's not happening. Tim Sullivan Great Columnist Louisville Courier Journal had an article that says the cover up for triple crown winner justify look shameful. No matter how it's framed here the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission says that they had no knowledge of the triple crown winner the drug usage until oh yesterday and tim kind enough to join us on short notice. What do you make of this story here Tim. What what do you expect to happen well. I think what we're seeing now is that the Kentucky Derby has become the most of the two just two minutes in sports and how this is a fascinating case on a lot of levels but the thing that is most interesting to me is the behavior of the California Horse Racing Board and and it's I don't know what else to call it other than the cover up of a positive drug test of the Santa Anita Derby winner who went on to win the triple Crown whether the the drug in question had any significant impact in justifies justifies performance is something I'm not qualified to comment on but that the CHR be ignored its own precedent precedent and concealed this information seem to drag its feet between the learning of the first positive drug test and notifying Bob Baffert. is very curious. raises questions about whether there was an intent to slow walk this so that he would remain eligible for the Derby since the the second that confirming test didn't come back till three days after the Derby so they have a lot of explaining to do and you know. I haven't heard an explanation yet. That was very persuasive this about money mount ratings about making sure you had the best horse in the race triple crown like all of the above. I mean I think there's all kinds of motives I mean this is a a sport that you know where the value of these thoroughbreds so after they run can be a tremendous. I think justifies a breeding writes sold for something on the order of seventy five million dollars and he's getting I think 'cause 'cause advertised. Rate is something like a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a shot so there is huge money at stake here and when you you have have a financial interest in a Derby Horse be it as a an owner trainer or or or someone in the industry who sees an opportunity to to raise the the the level for everyone you know I think you're inherently conflicted. There are members of the CHR be who have horses with Bob Baffert. I don't know how that can be allowed but it is and I oh I think there's GonNa be some significant performs. that come out of this whether this affects justifies standing manning is a triple crown winner. I you know I think it's unlikely he would be stripped of any of those those races but you know the the question remains you know if he was tested positive after the Derby why did it take so long for for that word to you get to the bathroom why didn't think so long for the second positive test to come back and why was that concealed for more than a year tim thanks for joining us on short notice. We appreciate your time my pleasure. It's Tim Sullivan Columnists Louisville Courier Journal. There's big money here triple crown winner stud fees TV ratings and then you covered up and you see you know reportedly cover ever up to drug test with this horse and I don't think they take away the triple crown. I don't know are we going to put an Asterisk by justified. Just beyond the same way we do very well. The horse maintains he he does yeah. I can't get past that joke about intesting illegal street drugs amazed I know but we make it seem like the horse had a choice in this like the horse tested positive. It would a cheater Yeah No. You're trainer tested positive. It's not the Hornets they all try to blame the Horse. Somehow shift. You have to blame to an animal who has no choice. He's wanted fell down on that needle you know and I didn't do. He ran right into it. He didn't say I didn't say Nay. Just say.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

15:13 min | 1 year ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"You bet it at the SL. More phone calls coming up. Dan Patrick Show eight seven seven three. DP Show tennis's another sport that sort of fallen off but it was so high when you had US stars there when US men we're playing McEnroe and you had connors then you had pete Sampras Andre Very Agassi. It's still there because of Serena but I do think that I don't know if it's territorial. I still love watching the doll aw Federer is he's almost brilliantly boring Djokovic. A great personality and these guys are still dominating tennis and they're in their thirties yes but I don't I don't watch it as member Chrissy and Martina the wonderful rivalry I mean that's what you need in any sport. You WanNa rivalry in certainly an individual sport when you have that that's that's what makes it great you wait for that. Showdown Tiger never had that tiger was waiting for somebody nobody to stand up to him and they're like There's there's no second best Golfer in the world. You have to go down to third best Golfer. I think it's great that you brought a tennis. If you put men's Tennyson that pole there has been a threatening American men's tennis player. I don't think since Andy Roddick not I mean threatening top-five consistently Golden Road. Try the beer vailable in all fifty states take on the summer heat with Golden Road Bruin California inspired. Ask about the mango cart light wheat ale bursting wresting with fresh mango golden roads will pop is a riff on session. Ip hoppy refreshing while the aromatic making it great for any occasion. It's a little bit of sunshine. It's a a little bit of California Palm Trees Pacific Ocean warm sunshine all things California Mango Cart Wolf Pup Session California inspired Golden Road Brewing. We'll talk to Bruce Feldman covers college football for Fox sports and the athletic. We've got our poll question in that poll question mclovin. We can change it. Should we do a whole new. You set a sports that have faltered NASCAR in tennis in there or We go in a difficult question. I have a question for you for Bruce Sean. Who's more a must win engaged for CAM or Jameis Winston. I saw a tweet that this is the most important game of James Winston's career. He seems like he is headed for a cliff. I don't know where it's Ville Yeah. I don't know if he can salvage his career with just one game now. He's got to show consistency but you threw three picks. Including to pick sixes ensued sued someone said on twitter that what you're doing right now is out overreaction. This is over pre-action because it's before the game over. P- reacted to this which I like. I think that we should we should coin. Yeah sounds like a t shirt juicy where Lebron he didn't get to trademark TACO Tuesday shocker. You got the got the word yesterday so Ohio State doesn't get to trademark the and Lebron doesn't get to trademark Taco Tuesdays kind of overreach on both parts. I like the the the the I really do. It's hard to prove that you invented the word the Lakers. You're if you're like we can't be the first one to use it probably the most commonly means work so the US patent and Trademark Office yesterday turndown Ohio States requested trademark the in conjunction with universities his name on its items marketed for sale such as t shirts baseball caps and hats Let's say they go on to say as such. The applied for mark appears to be used in it merely decorative manner that would be perceived by consumers is having little or no particular source identifying significance denying Ohio State's request Lebron also heard that he doesn't get trademark Taco Tuesday Taco Tuesdays a commonplace message and therefore fails to function as a trademark. Yes I would love to see some guy works at the patent office who's in Michigan Grad and he sent back the patent office has refused your appeal or a scorned Miami Heat Fan Lebron left the Oh he wants. You got no chance with that buddy. I mentioned this story. That is ongoing. It's fluid is we like to say the. NCWA says California's schools could be banned from championships. If this bill isn't dropped and the the bill in California would allow college athletes in the states earn compensation for the use of their name image or likeness beginning in two thousand twenty three. I I don't know what happens down the road with this. If you're a power five conferences once once you allow one st to do it all all the other. It's like gambling. It's like marijuana. Once they see the prophets they see the you know what could be you know built on this then that's when you have other states how can the NC double a. do this and not all of a sudden say to all these California schools hey you were going to prohibit you from participating in NCAA championships so that's twenty-three Ncaa Division schools for which were in the PAC twelve conference Yampa so if the NCAA decided to buckle on this and say okay all college athletes control their own likeness but you can never ever be paid by that institution doesn't that solve the problem of paving college athletes because then the offense of guard who doesn't get assigning deal down the street at the mall. He can't say now pay me. The schools never have to pay hey so they they keep all the money so all the football schools they say cool. You can control your life this. You can have an an agent or of signing deal down the road at the mall but you never get paid by US cool. We're good guess who writes apologised hit on sort of what I wanted to mention was. How do you allow them to control their likeness and and not have an agent if you're allowed to control your likeness and profit off of it than you have to have representation out there finding that money for you to design your gatorade deal or your car dealership deal like somebody has to do that on your behalf so you have to open up this agreement to allow college students to have representation whether it's an aging or PR marketing whatever it is you you could have a marketing person. I think that they would cringe at the term agent. I mean it's a marketing agent. Yes mclovin determines terms representative marketing representative and that means I get a ten percent cut compared to the agents three percent cut which is a big deal so we'll hear from Bruce. Feldman have been coming up a little bit also there's controversy justify won the triple crown and apparently the horse failed a couple of drug test and there was a cover up in this now if your horse racing less than you. WanNa do is you. You want the best horse out there like you want a triple crown winner you get all of this you know fan interest there and and now we find out that justify may have been illegally doped up here. Yes polling see marriage a joke what what if like some type of course tranquilizer something to make the horse go faster what is like a weed test. He failed the horse itself failed test for we'd Molly uh-huh recreational drug to help them be more cool around the stables. Oh did you hear what justify got busted for Molly. Don't get get out of here and that doesn't help you. Raise just kidding me. I'm killing it in a stall. They've footage of three horses walking to the bathroom and during the part hey where you going it'd be the square the square horses and the other stabili complaining about all the noise all night. Keep it down in. Their horse won't stop grinding. It's going to bed in a couple of days here eight seven seven three. DP Show email address ep Dan Patrick Dot Com. Let me see what else do we have. Football football game coming up tonight. I mentioned is is Cam. Newton is he healthy is that is that the reason why we haven't seen the you know the real real cabinet. Will he ever be healthy again. You know those are concerns that I have and that's what I'm watching for tonight. I WanNa know but you know cameras. GonNa look like and is he healthy. Is he going to get healthier. Yes mclovin shoulder. Injuries are always tricky like luckily great after he finally came back from a shoulder injury but you know who's a quarterback who sheltered kapernick always had it took forever to come back from his show that shoulder surgery can really hurt quarterbacks. Yes at you've had it. I know does your armies me. Does your outfield different effort doesn't feel much better but I'm not trying to throw a football and a tight window. Fifty yards riffing drew breezes strength left it right by the way he's a shoulder. Bruce Feldman Fox sports the Athletic College football writer join us to give us some perspective this affair pay you to play act in California. I guess the NC L. NCW says it's harmful and unconstitutional would up end the balance of National Competition College Sports. Wow this is not so if it passes not supposed to take effect till twenty twenty three. What else can you tell us about this Bruce Yeah. It's it's really unwieldy data and I think I think the NCAA is really scared of it. mark amorth the president has come out and really tried to make some threats about it and I think talking to folks all all over the West Coast who work in college athletics. I think the thing that they're scared of the unintended consequences. They think that will come with this and what we're talking talking about is some of the stuff that I think gives them. The most concern is doing deals with card shows and doing deals with what you might call the low hanging fruit that you know some. You know you see you see a lot of people do where it's like okay. How do you monitor that kind of money. where it comes from mm-hmm is this is? GonNa be an easy easier way for boosters funnel money to players and I think that's the part there. They know that that's going to it'd be a big problem for them in this but the but this whole name image and likeness thing that's coming down the pipe the MTA really is tried to get yet tried to get a handle on it and they're really not able to do it and like you said it's twenty twenty three. It's really unwieldy and I don't think anybody knows really where it's headed at this point and and what the NCAA can do about it because at this point the NCAA knows it always loses the public relations battle on this front especially when everybody else is making a fortune including you know us in the TV business on it and the students while they're getting an education. That's not insignificant a significant people looking at go. There's gotta be a better way to deal with this yeah. I'm just trying to understand how you can do it. How you can monitor it make it above board and I have no problem with these athletes cashing in on their image and their likeness because it is their image and likeness the ED o'bannon lawsuit does does that factor in at all with where we are in California it does and I think some of the things that are kind of budded into this. We look the NCAA is has tried to get at its rules of amateurism and right now. There's a working group. That's that's looking at recommendations. Gene Smith WHO'S THE AD at Ohio State is one of the most powerful people in college sports. He's you know he's on that committee. As the Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman and I think what they're trying to figure out is okay do we is there a new model we can put forward that can at least make this a little more manageable because right now the Obama and stuff. I think there's been a lot of cases that are that are coming..

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"To the firefighter community as well. And that's where we pick up the story with Tim again and Tim, how did you find this book? And where do we go from there? Well, what happens is the my friend, Steve Elliot, and I Steve's a former marine. We would trade books back and forth. I read a book, I'd give it to him, he'd readable. So under he came and gave me this book and he says, you should read this book Clinton side, note proof that marines read. There weren't. We can exist. So Steve gives me the book brothers forever, and I was actually reading it. I was jogging on the treadmill at the gym as I'm reading the book. And one of the things that Colonel Manion had done in the book was he actually talked about travis's visit prior to a second deployment to rescue one. And in the book talks about that a former marine. Gave him the tour and you know the story as it goes as I'm Rena I nearly fell off the treadmill because I go. I remember that night. I was barking yeah. You know they're talking about me. So I call Steve and I said, I'm in the book. He goes, what are you talking about? You're not. In that I said, remember the part where talking about the former, he goes only got it. Is you. And I told my wife and she's like, I remember you telling me about two marines visiting you at the firehouse. So what ends up. I read the book and I was to find out that you know Travis, Brandon had. Had been killed, and I was like, holy, I met this guy. Yeah. So at the back of the book, it says for more information, visit the Travis Manion foundation website. I go on the website and I kind of expecting. I hear about all these different foundations and you think it's, you know, they have a golf outing every year they give thousand bucks to some college kid going off to college, and that's pretty much a lot of these foundations. But then when I realized what this foundation had become very, very impressed with what they had done in about not quite ten years. And what I did was I had contact us. I sent them an Email and I said, you know, to concern, my name is Tim Sullivan on the former marine that was working when Travis came to visit rescue one. And I said, I'm not some nut job. I really am the guy and I, what I do is I talked about remember what I remember Travis, but I talked about what I remembered of the friend that was with him. And I said, you know, I remember this guy. He was a helicopter pilot and to kind of prove myself crazy loon trying to give them a hard time. Right? And I said, look, I just want to express my condolences. I did not know until just now in early twenty fifteen that Travis had been killed. I'm express my condolences. So about a month goes by and I don't hear anything. So I kind of figured off into the nother world and then Colonel Manion received Email back from Colonel Manion. And he says, dear tame, we've always wondered who you are. You know, it'd be great. I'd love to sit down with you and have a beer someday. And my reaction was, well, I like beer. Reaction. I'd love to sit down and have a beer with you also. And then we look into it and it turns out there's a there is a golf outing every year for the foundation, it's around the anniversary of travis's death of usually the last Monday in April or so and Steve Elliot, and I decide we're going to, we'll go down and we'll play golfing will donate to the cause. And when we went down to the Gulf outing, we decided we were going to pay our respects from not just from us, but also from the fire department. Stephen IRA both members of the VFW post. So we came down and we actually the the fire helmet that you see there..

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Angels with him. Stays overnight He's, got a guardian angel sitting on his shoulder again Shane Bohannon charges dropped in at arrest where there, was a stolen AK47. style, rifle according to the arrest citation. Stolen from Troy Indiana and a bunch of other weapons because I remember the photos that were posted by Ilham PD and then. They did confirm later than that was from better rest For more than five ounces of marijuana some cigars at, an AR fifteen and also. An AK47. all involved in that particular rest anyway Shane, Bannan now ladies and gentlemen charges dropped on this on he's able to move forward with his life and this time he means it we don't know that if that he. Left the courthouse and then got aboard a. Horse named party. Dancer I don't know if all that came together or, not but Rick Pitino. Telling Tim Sullivan of the. Courier journal that he had nothing, to do with the naming of a recent racehorse and the horse's name is indeed party dancer you, can't make some of this stuff up John Schneider. Hires Harvey Weinstein's lawyer who also did some work for Paula dean and Rick Pitino's horse is named party. Dancer it's like sometimes it's, just like what are you guys. Are surrounded by too many people who are afraid to say, something to you don't do that bad ideas all around bad optics Says they say anyway it looks like this, Shane Bannon episode goes. Away quietly right it's still. To come on the show a, brilliant response to an old movie that I still don't understand why people watch never watched it all, the way through is the the film is called Pretty Woman and it was from a guy who was on the tonight show last night with. Jimmy Fallon where also on board. Last. Night was, our very, own, Justin Thomas I was very excited to see I didn't, watch? It I didn't DVR but I've collected, some audio today here's just a little bit before we get to our sports is. Kind of a sports thing Jimmy Fallon's calling out. Our hero Justin Thomas He's number two in the world now or three somewhere. He's. Right there in the top three. And obviously the FedEx. Cup champion he, won the PGA championship last year. He was competing right up to the end in this year's tournament and Jimmy Fallon calls them. Out and immediately starts talking.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"On saturday it's for get down say he got shit get down about this all right i'm next we have an interview with producer tim sullivan looking at your cv you've had a crazy career and i am so curious how you got into show business and what was that avenue for you yeah it has been very crazy and sometimes i can't believe it myself i guess it all started when i was five years old and i'm enough of a kook that i know the exact dates it was december fifth nineteen sixty nine i'm dating myself but i was five years old and once upon a time there was only nine channels on television that was not streaming and you know i was a precocious little kids so i knew exactly how many channels there were so when i would ask my mother what was on tv i would mentally count so if i knew there was nine so she only said seven i need it was too she didn't want me to stay so of course it's the pan doors mocks whenever your parents whatever somebody doesn't want you to whatever door they don't want you to open that's the one of course you want to so i you know kept asking okay what's on channel two sons channel seven and finally i was like what what's on channel five and there was no answer i'll come on come on my mommy finally she was like dracula look what document what's that you don't wanna see it you'll be scared no way when i want to see i started crying and the whole thing that's also how i get every movie made by the way chri until they say okay here's here's the money make the movie but which isn't really far from the truth of so he he he basically said to me i will let you watch this movie under one condition if you are scared i'm never letting you watch one again and you'd better not tell anybody watches if you're scared so like okay so it was creature features this was new jersey and regular team on and i was like oh my god i was both frightened and seduced at the same time and i just had to like i just in their decided i need to be a part of this i don't know what quote this was at that moment but then it was.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Investors out there this is a interesting and sexy asset class we know what that usually means for returns and there's a lot of there's a lot of zeroes so usually the when i asked this question of people that are in this world they say nobody should be an angel investor unless you unless you're just like have some super special set of circumstances so different way of asking it is coup of the of the broad general categories from individual investors to ultra high net worth investors to whoever else you want to categorize should and shouldn't invest in venture just in general says hey the biggest driver venture success as a willingness to have a long horizon i mean it is the asset class where you have to take the most on faith for the longest amount of time you're buying actually quite literally the longest dated furthest out of the money options the the you know you can buy in in all of the firmament of assets i believe in so having that high tolerance for risk illiquidity in horizon is a really rare kind of true trio i used to say that makes it a particularly interesting asset class for endowments this is the kind of swinson line but again with respect to don't try this at home you look at the team at yale and the core that team has been together since in some cases tim sullivan the private equity has been there since the mid eighties dean takahashi has been there since eighty one swiss are you of this amazing persistence and institutional memory then i look at their other endowments who i've there's this one school that we'd all be happy to and proud to send our kids to is gone through seven generations of private equity guys and every time there's a new sheriff in town you know all the managers rank shis and you know i it starts to i think erode franchise so the right endowments are important in then high net worth who have an entrepreneurial outlook so think more like principles and agents that's where he gets some of the problems in institutional investments is if people think too much like agents and they want.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Investors out there this is a interesting and sexy asset class we know what that usually means for returns and there's a lot of there's a lot of zeroes so usually the when i asked this question of people that are in this world they say nobody should be an angel investor unless you unless you're just like have some super special set of circumstances so different way of asking it is coup of the of the broad general categories from individual investors to ultra high net worth investors to whoever else you want to categorize should and shouldn't invest in venture just in general says hey the biggest driver venture success as a willingness to have a long horizon i mean it is the asset class where you have to take the most on faith for the longest amount of time you're buying actually quite literally the longest dated furthest out of the money options the the you know you can buy in in all of the firmament of assets i believe in so having that high tolerance for risk illiquidity in horizon is a really rare kind of true trio i used to say that makes it a particularly interesting asset class for endowments this is the kind of swinson line but again with respect to don't try this at home you look at the team at yale and the core that team has been together since in some cases tim sullivan the private equity has been there since the mid eighties dean takahashi has been there since eighty one swiss are you of this amazing persistence and institutional memory then i look at their other endowments who i've there's this one school that we'd all be happy to and proud to send our kids to is gone through seven generations of private equity guys and every time there's a new sheriff in town you know all the managers rank shis and you know i it starts to i think erode franchise so the right endowments are important in then high net worth who have an entrepreneurial outlook so think more like principles and agents that's where he gets some of the problems in institutional investments is if people think too much like agents and they want.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"First amendment federal agents have seized documents from donald trump personal lawyer whatever happened to attorney client privilege and russia has vetoed a u s resolution on syria gas attack they vetoed several resolutions the twelfth time russia's vetoed a resolution concerning syria and the sixty detail related to chemical weapons on the next larry elder show larry elder weeknights at ten on the patriot there is a significant difference between being slightly out of tune or perfectly in tune listen to financially tuned with tim sullivan of strategic wealth advisors grew to get your financial future into you can contact strategic wealth advisors group at five eight six two zero three three two seven five or visit their website at strategic wealth advisors group dot com and listen sundays at three four financially tuned on fm one zero one point five and am fourteen hundred the patriot what you all know me i didn't take this job to get the gavel in the first place i'm not a guy who thinks about it like that this really was two things i have accomplished much of what i came here to do and my kids aren't getting any younger and if i stay there only gonna know me as we can dad and that's something i consciously can't do and that's really it right there.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"The government wants to bring these extortion charges against ten set and tim sullivan ten percent the tourism and in sports director for the city and tim sullivan director of intergovernmental affairs and the issue right now is actually the definition of the crime the definition of pop extortion the judge in this case leo sarokin has said that they have got a show they being the government has got to show that the defendant personally benefited in some way from the allegations the allegations in this case that they strong armed or full lead the boston calling festival the hiring union workers they didn't really want you didn't really need and they've got to show a personal benefit from that government says it can't do it they can't show oh that you know they got a kick back or cut from the money that was came from those union contracts they can't do it they've admitted that they said they don't have to though because the now that they were doing it allegedly celebrated perset we're doing to try to win the approval of party wall so it's a convoluted situation right now but nobody wants this case to go forward if the government starts the case on monday and loses which they have said they will they can't prove the definition of extortion the judge says they have to prove then they're done jeopardy's attached and and everybody goes home and percent solving go back to work the defense obviously want the case dismissed because defense lawyers always what cases involving their clients so it seems a matter of went dot if judge sarokin will dismiss this and then it becomes a question of whether the government wants to appeal to the first circuit so there's no known timeframe as of now no judge sorokin said yesterday that he would all promptly what exactly does that mean i don't know i can tell you that the last time there was a motion hearing week or so ago we left the courtroom and one of the attorneys for sullivan said to them you know stay by your phone he said he'd get real quickly or properly or whatever where you so you know stay by your phone and you can have only hear any any minute it took six days and he wrote twentyeight pages the judge did who knows it depends i guess on how many pages he wants to write it off the.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on Car Talk

"Local motive in nature locomotive but not automotive is it semi automotive quasi automotive yes masheder uh yeah go ahead this came from someone named tim sullivan and i don't know if the facts are correct but the the up the flavor of it is is so good that it makes no difference if the particulars a right he go and would it make any difference the answer you're the courts he writes years ago when railroad used steam locomotives the baltimore in ohio railroad which we remember well the the the old all had a busy freightliner running south from rochester new york yeah hence the name baltimore it rochester new york he only got to go through you got beat you with me so far why do you have to go through never mind he writes a single locomotive of the two eight two type which has a locum cmo gorsuch two wheels in the front which didn't do much of anything yeah okay eight wields behind those which were the drivers foreign each side here and then two wheels in the back which didn't do much except support the loyal up the trade they're holding up the train to overuse that's how they referred to the has to wait two hifi five minutes our legal yield arrivers trillion meals could handle a train of eighty cars taylor a two eight two two eight to eighty cars i've got that now okay look fully loaded of course why would you bring empty and take them but at times.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Right so people are getting paid even air of a trading revenues aren't the greatest in the world outlook we read into with respect to these results as what we could expect a come a fourth quarter earnings from the big wall street banks right exactly 'cause we're always looking through the follow through on jeffries for the larger banks so i think one of the things we want to look at is backed that investment banking feline unfortunately for us um when we try to read through these things jeffries has very different model of course than the bigger banks and the defense firms that they're actually banking in terms of gaining giving deal advice and actually going out and marketing new securities or different than the bigger banks dave mostly focus on what we called middle market firms so the midsize companies they're not really looking as much as these bigger firms which is where you see most of the revenue coming in from the larger wall street banks i understand also that tim brennan who was the coal i said was because sir that's what happened he was the cohead of highyield debt trading he's gone he left he's gone we reported that on my day off on friday i lisa as well so yes he was cohead assets 2015 he was there from what was a lethal credits we i think that's reedus veto yes so he is gone and he had been one of two coheads there um so you know that of course is warning tim sullivan with tim thaw then and that was one of the businesses that jeffries has been known historically to do really well in you know be a big high yield bonds rating shop and any reason any understanding if they're not the focusing on something else or maybe he's going to go do something else well no detailed that we were able to report on that pam by definitely people do come and go at jefferies um as they do other bank while they can make i clearly i will just say this jeffrey is has typically been a middle market firm koa but they have been catering to some bigger affirms they also have had sort of a shift in identity over the years with the.

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on KARN 102.9

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"tim sullivan" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"tim sullivan" Discussed on WWL

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