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"tim old" Discussed on Social Minds - Social Media Marketing Answered

Social Minds - Social Media Marketing Answered

12:59 min | 2 months ago

"tim old" Discussed on Social Minds - Social Media Marketing Answered

"I like to think that the people that I too often within the industry people who create is respect and like my reporting because I am upfront and honest so if someone does something roller if the industry is going in a bad way I will pointed out but also I am the space. And he was going on. Tv and radio to say. Hang on. You'll think that these people are celebrities. You'll think that all they do. Is they tune up one morning in front of the Camera. Switch on and start talking actually. It's better if we think. These people are celebrities but if we think of them as entrepreneurs because they are running businesses and the avail doing tax forms and nail break. Brokering brand deals and nail signing contracts now making Mitch and dies and nail building a five year plan doing all of this stuff and are often doing it without the support that you'd expect from a traditional business so yeah the people who think that this is a really easy job. I I'd like them to try. Even three hours is a great. This is a good question. This Chris intensive you know. Do you think this is something you will be covering full the full. Sable use that so professional -nology again where you get to the age of thirty two and the choices that for you that really really limit night says so the punditry. Oh management and that's probably sound results of cyber if you think there is a shelf life to everything but discussing Eugene To someone so our Melinda Theo. I'm I'm here. I'm here until I die. I'm I mean I I still wake up and watch youtube. The story I tell about why go involved in covering Internet. Culture in particularly focusing on Youtube is not I need is a reason to justify all the time I spent lying in bed watching that. That's why I like in social media exactly and the thing isn't going away like they're this is replacing. Tv This is bigger than TV. This is huge. So it's not going away. There are lot of really interesting stories still to be told and will some expanding you take. Talk is incredibly interesting. I'm doing stories on Tiktok. I'm trying to do a book on. Tiktok there will be even more new platforms coming around and semion NAM sending not sick of it yet but this is an interesting moment. Tiktok catch him. Glad you mentioned that because right now at the start of maybe you know they own finished of these new massive merging kind of culture shift. You see similarities in terms of the days of Youtube. Dc Banja difference. As I think they're going to be quite different. We'll take tokes interesting TIKTOK and UH speak to people at tiktok quite law And nuts partly because of what? I'm going to say next which is not. They have looked very carefully. All mistakes that Youtube have made over the last fifteen years and now determined never to repeat so whether that is moving relatively slowly in Tim's old building out monetization options you know for platform with as many uses. You would think that they would have made the cash. Grab very quickly to try. And help craters monetize. In actual fact what they did was they. They kind of took it very very slowly for months and months. Have been saying what are you? GonNa roll out. You're out product when you're GonNa do this and they said well we're going to talk to create is and figuring out what we're going to talk bronze and figure out what they want. Even down to youtube is very very closed off. And it's starting to change over the last six months that being more open and welcoming. But I'm still waiting for the interview season. Which at ski. I'm still waiting for the interview with Ben. Mckown Wilson and Tiktok I can call up that press office and I can speak today you K. MD within a day. Because they know that it is important for them to kind of note. Repeat the same mistakes I pop so I I think that take talk still has plenty of issues and plenty of problems that are gonNA come across. But I think that they're very much looking and learning at what each Ichi did and figuring out. Well how do we head off these programs and partly because they've seen all of the stuff that was thrown Ichi An awful five times I was GONNA say is very very interesting. Probably quite a challenge positions use youtube as a blueprint for what social media platform should be now. I WANNA question saw my kind of calm YouTube Cover in social stories that we do and you know not to call anybody out there but you get a feeling that they are very much more kind of barrier is the needs of the advertiser get sent sometimes covering some stories that creates as you need us more than we need you. You know we. We will still make advertising money with without you and on that to be could be completely wrong ago could be wrong by be an irony in a way because they are the box office. Let's be honest if how to video great but is the reason that people like Husky. Gotten back to you to watch these people showing. Yeah can you say that Theo funny that you believe that may be Chiba. Prioritizing their appetizers maybe on doing right by the I think that's an unusual thought. I mean you need to look didn't Susan Never. I can never pronounce last night. Susan G Jetski. I always say what he Susan Would Jetski. Didn't she actually make a statement that literally said what the is just sad? So yes we all prioritizing the needs of appetizers it'll be a set in context. I'm sure that will is this. Is this is literally of Comic Book Open In? This is the end of Chapter Twenty Five in an October twenty seven interview with recode car. Swisher you chief. Executive Susan which he described the platform as NICO system between advertisers and craters and uses. The older is deliberate to YouTube. The advertisers come first than crates producing the video. Then the people watching it. Unwittingly Jetski showed where the real power lies in every business with the people who pay the bills. Yeah I mean it's not surprise. I'm wild like we obviously went in advertising on social media. We know the importance of that. But I think anyone who wants to make good work on wants to make good buck for a long time knows that it has to start with the people who work is full here. Those advocates our full. Otherwise was the point was watching. It does in initials both of us. Even the Sierra kind of touched listen said well but don't they getting this the wrong way round and the answer is well yeah kind of but also no because you forgetting the scale. I'm forgetting the desire of people to become famous on Youtube. If one createa says Brian of had enough picking up and I'm going home because each has not paid attention to me. Which is a lot of? Craters is a big issue and they should do better. But if you'll youtube you have twenty thousand. People law creating a new channel whenever who are willing to come up and replace them annoying type. Not cocky with the ten around. Well Yeah I mean. It's the world's biggest video Sharon Platform. It's a has an almost endless Chin All people who are willing to come on new stores. I'll still being minted every single day. You see this with on a different level twitch and Ninja moving away from twitch like twitches still let it mix a While he wasn't is is not doing that. Well like people appreciate the individuals. Yes but they won't the brand mall exist after the fat ninety these platforms as still going to be there and I can see why that is. I mean so for over to the episode the Japan. Do you think facebook probably have the same kind of Africans. But it's just truth. Do you think may out the same so failing because I different levels. Today's in the sense that I see facebook releasing a lot of features a lot of the time for us as an naturally. That's because of time spent weather's Youtube. Uh supplies not so much because it doesn't have to mean the interesting story about my book. Is that when I started writing it? I thought that facebook video might actually be a competitive each. Upenn they launch facebook watch and not flops and Sunday. The single tiktok repeats. I mean facebook is an interesting one because obviously they all know an MIA in the game when it comes online video other stuff if they were GONNA do it. They would have done it by now. But is that Chris face but watch was a flow when seemingly from nine in that space and convince changeable in some ways because they did bought itchy breads and premium or whatever. They're calling it now date which is the same issue that traditional TV. At which is they just thought that they could put basically people who are very talented at doing certain type of thing into completely weird situations that were more like traditional TV and nobody watches it like the reason. Why Ichi premium has failed. Is People. Don't come to you chief to watch. Tv THEY HAVE TV for that. They have Netflix's without that Disney plus for that. They have any number of different potholes that people come to youtube because all the kind of knock brilliant kaleidoscopic individual platform that it is defend that was of Eglin advice. Lana not thinking that the bigger than they are. But it's funny that you know you. Music these veterans. I suppose you could say came at similar time even Elbow with facebook Youtube. We can sell this people. I don't think that the arrogance attack Bros. is ever a rare recurrent. They they misstep endlessly and the only reason not they survive is because autistic to fail. I definitely I. I've all the time I really think platforms to just stop copying each of this features on stopped trying to compete in every space in. Just stay in line dude. I Walk People like like coming to do that. Just really really well. Why does link in need video? Why does Youtube Needs Story? So we actually Cli- Clayton for the over. I agree with Youtube stories stories that that's an interesting one. The main from trying to think of the other movies it doesn't I'm people Wilshire that endure caused by not using it but continuing to use youtube full they they original thing cheap seeing their own tiktok thing now is bizarre as well. I don't I don't get it but not in the kind of difference between Youtube and traditional TV so yet we will fall that youtube would actually disciplined TV. They were two different. Ends of the scale won't end being very particular one at the other end being taken her as well. But what's actually happened is. Tv is borrowed a lot from Youtube and youtube is borrowed a lot in teams of production in scale and quality from TV. So that kind of meeting in the middle now. Yeah I mean listen as I. It's hard to tell sometimes if the platforms have just coughing each other or if they're updating own services to meet what people now expect Oh they definitely copying each other. I mean like instagram copied snapchat. Everybody else copied in scrap things. Production Quality is not just a given give me not say that the maturity of a platform? Which is this is becoming a business like. Why does your business exist while it's because a bunch of people realize that actually this is an important thing to get business support full and so they built it an the we'd like wild west early days of Hollywood's you know you have people running around in productions studios nineteen ten? He were putting up the sets acting in front of the camera directing producing and also kind of scripting these things and they were producing Twelve films a month or whatever it is now you have fifteen thousand people working on a project cost a quarter of a Billion Dollars. Everybody has their own strictly delineated jobs. The market has matured when we are at with social media with Youtube is kind of in like one thousand nine hundred fifteen stage where you've got began to price. Is that all starting to introduce the kind of like multi fold production style onto something that has never had it before absent to say it'd be interesting to have this conversation again in the year and see what pass twelve months but in ten years. I WanNa know what's going on exactly. Yeah but definitely Chris Without a really really insightful conversation probably about Youtube but plenty of interested insides the definitely thank you much and hopefully we kind of conversation. In a year's time and see Weber discussing the topic came up. Thank you for coming on. I think that was fascinating super. Thanks for having me. Thank you listed Dave. We really enjoyed this episode. If you data police remember to leave us a review on teens because it really really helps allows us to bring you brought new Single Week. This has been the social MONZ podcast with myself. Fear what's young and produced by Thompson..

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"tim old" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:42 min | 7 months ago

"tim old" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Tom. Snyder was not that Nice. A guy the king thank you. Where do you go from that? Every every series was cancelled as you say Rose Marie I found and became a fan of his and helped him early in his career. Did you know that took him under her wing and she helped him get on the Steve Allen Show Won Four emmys on the Carol Burnett show so for his great work And his great work with Harvey Korman and he had a movie career. Disney movies like the world's greatest athlete and gusts which is about a field goal kicking mule the prizefighter with Don knotts for the price fighter. And and and private is in the Apple Dunk dumpling gang. He's in a movie called the long shot shot with our friend. Ted Wass yet a movie career and he worked well into into the nineties and the two thousand okay I was going to be in a movie called the long shot that they I think they changed the name because there was already. That movie called LONGCHAMPS. I was one this year or last year. Long shot with with Seth Rogan okay. I I I was I just had a part in. This movie was with art. Garfunkel was in it and it was made by that guy. What was his name Perlman Allman or some? You've mentioned this guy that got in trouble for new with new kids on the block. Yes he did. Yeah and then he was. He was accused of some other Stuff yeah but they never proved it. Listen to the episode. We did with his a Tim's old friends. Arnie Kogen who wrote for the Bern show and Bill Persky It's a good one. You can find it now. All the episodes are free Cowburn it said he was one in a million not only a brilliant comedian comedian but a loving human being and I cherish the time we had onscreen and off Really Funny Guy and would have been great on this show. Yeah although although he was shy I worked with them on the Mark Twain Prize and he was he was a little introverted. Yeah I think he was another one of those people who wasn't Russian. Perform you got that sets a little bit One more mention of already Johnson. He has a connection to this podcast because he played Eddie Sherman and Bud and Lou. He's the one the one he's the one who gives low-cost shrub. No Hey hi hats. A- all my gay gauge back and and I remember Bernardi Johnson when he takes out the strawberry malted. He says here. I brought you a strawberry multi. Because you're a good boy. Hey guys it would have been gold on this show boy. Oh boy. Let's talk quickly. We have a screenwriter in our midst. Let's talk about a couple of writers and some directors you familiar with the work of William weightlift screenwriter wrote Lonesome Dove honeysuckle. Rose legends of the fall The perfect storm the black stallion. Wow Go wrote Eboni Eboni a nice career Texan passed away. Mark Martin Scorsese's collaborator. Who wrote raging bull? I met him once when I worked for dinner. You're a long time ago. Do Tell No. There's no story unfortunately just he was very interesting man See from Iraq. He was in middle. He was Middle Eastern. He washed dishes. Fled Iraq during the draft to avoid the draft. He wash dishes to pay his way to To NYU met a young student. Martin Scorsese and they used to write scripts grips in in his car. They used to sit score. Says he didn't have a car but Martin had a car. He said that they used to sit in his old plymouth. Valiant and right in the cold and the snow well. How many times did they collaborate streets which was called season of the witch right for they changed the title New York New York and raging bull with schrader right with Paul schrader Alvin Sargent who was a A giant among screenwriters died at ninety two paper Moon Julia Equal. Yeah what about Bob. Straight time the unfaithful. I love straight time. Dominick and Eugene movie. I like the camera me spider-man's which are great absolutely started out as an actor came to Hollywood to be an actor is in from here to eternity right in a bit part cinnamon working for Fred Cinnamon and then years later he writes Julia. Wow which Fred Zinnemann gets the direct correct Paper Moon I love to others with herb. Sargent yes herb was. A friend of mine really usually eulogized her on a previous show President of the Writers Guild Yes for a while and a and a lovely guy Who have friends who worked with Alvin? And they e- every single one of them talk about how he was such a mench he was such nice as Earth. That's nice to hear All good movies See a movie called love and pain in the whole damn thing with Maggie Smith. No he wrote that. Look at it. Look for it. A couple of directors Da Penny Baker. Yes granddaddies of the documentary like someone on the Mount Rushmore of American Documentary Monterey. Pop don't look back. Dylan documentary must sees John. SINGLETON died Rather young at fifty one sadly of a sudden of a sudden stroke that that is a terrific movie boys in the hood so good he He wrote boys in the hood. I read this while he was an intern on the Arsenio Hall show which is actually also where where he met ice cube. How about that? And then he was a PA on pee. Wee's playhouse. And that's where he met Laurence Fishburne so working kind of networks. Well yes uh-huh yeah. Put that movie together by working all these other jobs grew up in south central. La and made and made a very good film about it. Here's a name the way I should say at at twenty four years old. He was the youngest person and the first African America s nominated for best director. We should mention that. This is a guy James Frawley do do you know the name of the director of the big boss. He was the guy one of the guys behind the monkeys. He also directed them up movie right. He directed the pilot. He was a monkey yes. He directed acted the pilot. He was handpicked by Rayson. And Schneider the guys who created the monkeys And they gave him. We had Mickey Dolan's on this show and he gave Jim Frawley a lot of credit because he he came from an improvisational background. Two of those guys were musicians. They weren't they weren't actors at all Dolan's and Jones are actors Torque in next myth. Were musicians they. They weren't actors. They weren't comedians and they said they owed a lot to him Torque is another one. Yeah we'll probably Frawley is the only person who could say he directed Orson Welles. Bob Hope Milton Berle. Richard Pryor Steve Martin and Mel Brooks all in the same move and Kermit the frog and Kermit the frog all all in them up and broadcast guest Austin Pendleton Stanley dawn and we were talking about two for the road. Stanley was ninety four boy. What a body of work sort of the last I think it was the last of the Golden Charade two for the road on the town Royal wedding royal wedding adding Seven brides goes on and on Dazzled funny face he said singing in the rain right I was GONNA say I was saving singing in the rain for last started as a dancer at age. Ten Fred saw Fred Astaire at age nine steady changed my life as a little boy. Got To direct Fred astaire late in life in royal a wedding cool. He directed the famous scene. Where Fred astaire dances with with the the Cold War and then dances on the ceiling? Oh Jeez only dawn. And then by the way decades later directed the Lionel Ritchie Music. Video dancing on the ceiling. Correct they went to the right guy. And that's that's that's the movie where they talked about how they did. And they built an entire room with the furniture sure nailed down and it was a revolving Rome right. It rotated yes and so it was and that me is so much more fascinating now yet now with computers they do anything they want. And when I hear stuff like that that incredible and I think that's basically the idea that Kubrick used it may have been now in two thousand thousand one. It may have been with cure delay. And you believe this man was never nominated for an academy award. That's insane even nominated not only did they. Not Give an Oscar in my friend Michael Weber. Well which is outrage but only don in an all time great. I have another reason to hold the hold a grudge.

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"tim old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"tim old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Joined by Jake Sherman of Politico's playbook, author along with his co authors of a hill to die on in. With me. He'll be guest on meet the press part of the panel, Jake, what are you doing the lending part of the penalty doing a standalone with Chuck about the book? We're a part of the panel. I don't think does a ton of standalone unless you're very famous which I thought, but you're gonna talk about the book a little bit. It's going to be my first media slash told us about the book. And I think we are coming on your show for a while. About it in great length. I hope if you are any better be bringing me my copy of the green room. That's all I'm asking you have your copy never date, Dwayne takes every book that's ever supposed to come to me any read it. And then I get it. So if you want me to be Royal red just bring along extra green room. All right. All right. Let's talk by the way. How's it doing our people paid it and saying, well, here's here's a way to do. It is is a hill to on going to be a Hilton die on for you. Yeah. Be hopefully, it won't be hill. I it. We have a excerpt in politico magazine today with an amazing quote for 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 Senate Democrats and Republicans stick together as well. There's no question about it. I respect them for that. I tell the Republicans that these people together, even if it's that they stick together, which in my view, and in dairy interesting, the the president's view of governing in the Republican. 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 four two thousand five all about social security with the help of Josh Marshall, talking points memo in Harry Reid. They just said, no, no, no, no, no matter what Bush offer them. They wouldn't go. See what negotiate wouldn't negotiate in the Dem's one than we had Katrina than we had the Terry Chaib controversy than we had Harriet Myers. It was the horrible honest. The worst year ever two thousand and five Democrats together hill to Diane. I hope that comes by the way, do you know the lunch role Jake Sherman? No, I do not what is that Franklin's told me years ago that if you don't say the name of the book, a Hilton die on seven times in the course of any interview people remember a hill to die on. And if they can't remember. Diane. They won't know how to order a Hilton Diane from Barnes and noble, Amazon dot com. So make sure. Or your local bookseller, by the way. God bless the local booksellers. And you're going to say don't forget, the local booksellers Amazon is what drives us, right? You gotta get people to go to Amazon, and you didn't say Hugh Hewitt set to get a hill today on now, I just did it for you. But in the course of time going to be kicking under the table at meet the press, if you don't say in a Hilton die on every time, you open your mouth, I'm gonna kick it. Okay, fine. I will I will say seven times on available everywhere you by Tuesday. There were. Well, we got we hit the magic seven. They held a die on already. Now. Let's talk about my favorite democrat, Tim Ryan, Tim ran for America dotcom. Tim Ryan for America that come Tim Ryan for American dot com. I can't give money to anyone because I work for NBC in the Washington Post and Salem broadcast. I can't get a dollar and anybody, but I can tell everyone Tim Ryan for America. So that we can get a normal 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? Reversal. Tim Ryan is a character in the. Minor character. Good. He was the only person we talked to him at length. And and and he's a great time over a couple a couple of sessions, but the congressmen ran against you. Remember when no one else would at twenty sixteen after many, Democrats, wait a second. We're we're gonna be in the minority now for for eight years and the leader is still going on challenged stuck his neck out said, no, we need 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 has a lot of respect in the caucus somebody who is Cordova's remember in in Democrats from Ohio, and they used to look a lot more like Jim Ryan, but the party shifted so significantly the left Tim Ryan is really a very rare breed. So I very crowded crowded field. But he'll have a different message in different. Five than everybody else. Now. Tim might be on the show next hour. He might I don't know the the press not Chuck Todd. Now, we're talking about yesterday, and Tim old friend. He and I went to the same high school. He's from Niles, I'm from Warren. I've known him for as long as it's been around. I know his brother we were just together in 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 Wayne's got no path to the presidency. Tim has a hard one. But it's possible. There's a lane there for a left democrat. Sixty five thousand I think the magic number and listen getting in the in the in the in the late, which he did. And it's not that late late compared to the twenty people who are running hampers that. And frankly, the honest with you he's somebody who could theoretically if he set up an operation small dollar donors get the machine revved up, but that's very difficult. And that's the benchmark that Democrats 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 candidate, he's not necessarily polished and TV ready. And I say that in a good way not in a bad way might be more relatable than some of the other Democrats. I think that's something that could claim favor think on this analogy, Jake. It's what I've used explain Ryan and all the other candidates Republicans normally nominate quarterback like people Reagan was a quarterback like person George Bush was a quarterback like person Donald Trump was a quarterback like person that Romney quarterback meeting. They run organization they want to be in charge. They want to throw the ball. Want to call the play Democrats nominally individuals sports people like President Obama the golfer the cerebral the out by himself, the alone. Chuck Todd 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 Raines a quarterback he played quarterback at Youngstown state played quarterback at Kennedy got that personality, very killer. Very engaging who else is most like Ryan in the field in terms of emotional IQ. I say Buddha. Judges one of them. To be honest with you, the less time spent at Washington Brian to spend a lot of time in Washington. So maybe doesn't work, but it seems like the less time spent in Washington, the better to be honest with you and does seem to have the kind of normal by which other people don't have. And that again is playing his favor. I think senators are senatorial, right? I mean, we talk about that all the time. But how? And I think Buddha judge, and I think Tim Ryan to serve degree and have a little bit more down home flavor. Little before you wanna get with this. Although I don't think Tim Ryan drinks anymore. So I don't want to his his Tekere by saying that. But you know, what I mean, you could sit the guy and have a beer, and he's a totally dude. And that back. Appealing. 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 judge. The judge is exactly as you say. And I read a profile of this week where he has mid western 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. Get over there in front of that in hammer on GM hammer, hammer hammer GM, they took the money. They killed the bondholders screwed everyone. They ran off with their bags of gold, and they closed Lordstown that I would be unrelenting and unforgiving. And by the way. It's not exactly Donald Trump's best moment that they did that to him. No, that's right. Talked to a member of congress the other day about just those issues and. Member of congress close ally. The president was saying he would win the president really needs to do his own reelected to find it a pro-trump union member leader and get him out there on his side blood some of those attacks. But anyway, gets an absolutely correct political argument that you. That would be very very poignant image for four can right 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 mcghee. The course, although we got we've got left there. We've got a Senate, right? May we gotta have a left in. We have to journalists in you. And that's great. That's terrific. Chuck must like you. Or here again fan, and John Reese Mun likes you ideally, Yankees fan nominated fan and I grow Mets fan. So don't tell these executive producer of the Mets fan going to be an empty chair at the table on Sunday. So he'll Diane by Jay Sherman is out. Now, don't forget bring Hewitt a copy. So I can read it on the plane back to California. Thank you. Jay. We'll see you on Sunday on meet the press at Jake Sherman. Let me also remind all of you one of the sponsors of my program is citizens for truth and drug pricing. I don't think there's come up on meet the press. But it could studied by Dartmouth College showed 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 old" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"tim old" Discussed on CarCast

"Second. So I was at the Chicago auto show probably the biggest in the world. Tell Tim old on a second. Max, Pat, tell Tim to hang on Tim was supposed to call in the middle of the hour their eleventh. Yeah, max, there's no Kaelin much him. Tell him to hang on until tell the middle the hour. Thanks. I was at the Chicago show biggest auto show in the country. Now, they say massive had this funny experience I was walking around and I was looking at. Castro brought me out there. And I had some like press to do, but I had some downtime in between some press. I'd like an hour and a half to walk around. And I went over to the Jeep experience and the Range Rover experience and everyone's driving over these cast iron hills. Modular hills and showing that radius degree curves and stuff with three wheels and one wheel in the air show in the all wheel drive, capability, whatever. Then I showed up to the Subaru say trough of puppies penny. Yeah. I saw that as well. As like what's going on here that adopter pet? Yeah. They don't sell cars. They sell love the show love. Literally Subaru loves pets. That's they're selling. That's the way it is. You need all wheel drive wagon. We love pets pets. That's their rule. Nothing about ponder is steel or twin I beam suspension are these local puppies or they go on tour. I don't think they were the same puppies at the auto show because I saw them there as well. You did. Oh, yeah. It's so I it is it is the saddest testimonial about our country. We're so ready to be beaten in a war at this point. It is absolutely insane. That you guys sell off road vehicle, essentially, and you sell it with puppy love. That's it. Not one new feature on vehicles was advertised, I tell idea what it was other than it had. I thought I thought each one came with a dog. That's what I thought. Hey, Chris ex-pat is Tim need to be on. Can we call him back? Yeah. Well, he called us. I was laying you know. He was calling us calling now. Right. Can we not have? Them call now. Okay. Can we just give ourselves a couple of minutes? And then we'll get him on the phone. Yeah. You said to the middle of the hour. Well, we're not there yet. I just told you you minutes ago. Just just we aren't the mill the our all right? I'm looking at a clock. That says we're not there yet. Okay. I'm just like, you know, where he's on. He's he's good to hold each. I just don't like the idea of holding. Okay. I I wanted to discuss if you things, and then I was going to bring Tim on. All right. Thank you. Okay. All right. Yes. Having a day complicated day. Yeah. I know. But it's it's a all right anyway what else? Well, what we missed was the awesome event in Paris. Now that everybody's back telling us how great it was. And like everybody was out there. I always kind of thought the Paris auction as the auction. I didn't think it is like a whole like like Monterey car event, you know, of of Paris this retro mobile event or right? And and now that's we've got to somehow figure that we gotta add that on the list for next year. We're gonna figure out a way to do that. Because it looked pretty cool. Yeah. I there's no racing. But it's just like a car event. That's the Paris air show is something that all people not necessarily gear heads, but all the people that are probably interested in listening to us talk about cars, if you have a list.

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"tim old" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on Doughboys

"Welcome back to Doboy shock Dover blast the month of religious chains with our guests got Ackerman Nick, I use and I should apologize to you because we found out from Scott story that putting on porno at the end of the night, isn't that weird after all? I know it was weird at eighteen and Allen. No, it's that's how Nick closes Doboy every night as he goes over my TV orders or pay per view porno. Right. I'm old school. I don't believe in this internet junk. Give me an old fashioned Porto you gotta order through the menu. You cost me. It's pretty expensive. I think each one is twenty five dollars. They are under as about one hundred dollars a month. IGT is I like I just wonder what it must just be like old men who don't understand that there's free pornography, right? Like it must just be like men who are like the way they could be the only way they know how to access it. It's it's crazy that market still exists. So Scott, can I say this? I mean, we can believe the name, but. Yeah. What about him? He Tom Cruise found someone told him about late on the blue button. Someone told him about internet point. He's like, what are you? What do you mean? And then they famous story. Yeah, story. Yeah. He had no idea existed, right? Which is I don't think it was like this was also two thousand like eight or something at door, ably naive. So or perhaps he's sheltered from the outside world. Yeah, I heard I heard a story about Bill Cosby that he put something in someone's drinks know that he. He on his on his show the 'cause the Cosby show that the writers wrote in a scene where he goes to an ATM and get some money, and he he, this is similar to your story was like toll, went to the writers, and it was like, you can't just like makeup science fiction and make up inventions in these things where the real show real things, they realize he didn't know what an ATM was bad. That's that. That seems crazy to lose that much time. Do you think about it? Like I mean, but that's the thing like I would think you would know about an ATM even never had to go to one that I remember Tim's old boss. One of his bosses the Simpsons I won't say who that fella. Go fill up my car and he'd give him like three hundred dollars. Just the tip would just keep it. I think I think he would keep some of it three hundred dollars. Would be like. Tim grinning ear to ear with that lantern jaw is the common man. What is it the not the common man, the average, the average man? Yeah, there's, there's. There's a computer generated, Tim, Tim is seen, and there's a computer generated image of the average like, man, I think come up because I, this was bang. Bang writers. Yeah, right. When you found this out. Yes. But it's if you Google. The average man? Yeah. And do an image. Google search? Yeah, it's like a computer gender. I comes up and it looks exactly like Tim back..

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"tim old" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on About to Review

"The man stream the episodes directly from the website about to review dot com. I think people sometimes think it as a joke that I mess up legitimately every time I've thought about writing a script being like I should do this prerecord why. Then he does not feel organic organic because the same isn't that changing? Is that something change? No, no, nothing. So yeah, you can stream the episode's direct from the website about review dot com, which is also where you can find full links to these show notes and guests. Speaking of guests back in the studio after a long absence, long hiatus because of scheduling and just life is Tim old people's critic on back. You are good to be back. Yes, so we are going to be talking about, I think we technically missed shirk week. I barely. I think it was like a week ago or so by the tennis episode drops, we're not only going to be reviewing the Meg Vanu Jason, stay thin, lead action adventure, shark moving. Yeah, but we're also going to be giving in the grand tradition of the battery podcast. We're going to be talking about our good bad and ugly, shark movies. Gotcha. So for reference an episode I did with Brian, the movie guy, we did good bad and ugly train movies. When the commuter came out, speaking of a lot of them shark movies when I did. Did a quick Google search, good God, a lot of bad ones whole lot. Lot of really bad song moves. So yes. So on this episode, we will review the Meg, and then I'll talk about our good better, shark movies as well as the geek news before we get into that, we have to get into the original theme song by Damien, Randall ill-mannered media. Let's all go to the FBI. Let's all go to the. Lobby, let's all go to. Bobby is sound..

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"tim old" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on WEEI

"Rubber game of the subway series they'll have to face Jacob degrom who's got the best ERA in the. Majors at one point six eight Boston leads the division by four and a half gains nNcholas Kosta Yano steps in designated hitter number three hitter in the order over one of the games struck out in the first swings over the, top of that one strike. One Tim's old friends in Pittsburgh if one eight in a row and it looks like the pirates. Will run it to, nine straight they lead the reds ninety two in the top. Of the ninth Castalanos hitting three oh three on the season fifteen home runs fifty six runs batted in takes the fastball high ball one and no joke Castiglione in Detroit but he must have been happy for this Francesco Molinari captured the open championship, at Carnoustie becomes the first. Italian golfer to win a major and I bet Castiglione did celebrate one one pitch sliced foul right. Side wanted to I'm sure he's eaten at a Molinari's somewhere somewhere Meanwhile we have. A carpenter update one for one with a single and a walk today remember he's hitting, five fifty with eight home runs in his last six games. He's homered in six in a row cardinals and cubs right now tied at, two they play in the fourth plate of whatever Matt carpenter's been eating lately also. Wanted to slice to right center field probation hit Radley over term Castanos going for Bradley strong throw the ball is. Brought, by Bogart's past the Janos ran into Bogart's Justice the ball arrived in jarred the. Ball loose the throw by j j was strong enough to throw out Castalanos. But Bogart's shaken up perhaps a little bit as the ball got knocked out of. His arms I mean the ball was not. On target however it was still there in time to get cast analyst, by plenty And. Zander had, it in his glove and then. The, left leg of Castanos hit the glove and not the ball out Now it almost, looks like Castanos sort of grabbed the glove of Bogart's to with his left arm No appeal or anything by the Red Sox so it's a double for Castalanos and that brings. Up, John Hicks runner at second base with one out here in the bottom of the fourth inning Swings and misses Alex..

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"tim old" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To follow us on twitter and on facebook the doctor deli show big things to genesis communications joe happen and big things to jason who is working the dial so nina writes a big long email and and thank you for the email i'm not gonna go into it but he has tried every single diet weight watchers jenny craig the five to two diet all sorts of south beach atkins etc still can't lose the weight has a bmi over thirty which is overweight exercises at the gym every day what is wrong now a lot of us fall into that category i forgot to ask her age i need to know her age eight i'm assuming she's middle aged that's it's very easy to middle age because such a huge right range so right so let's just say she's middle age i gotta ask her remember on facebook it used to tell the age and then facebook got rid of that thank you by the way thank you i didn't care when i was in my thirties but now that i'm not my thirties and i'm in my twenties i like so what are we doing wrong now article comes out talking about you know why people lose weight and may not lose weight i'll give you my take but it might as well give you some of her input let me see who she is she is this is tim old sorry gentlemen professor of health sciences at the university of south australia and he says that the body can be divided into two components one is fat mass and the rest of the body is fat free mass that's easy fatter it's not fat it's mostly water but there's also bone and muscle protein fat can take much more energy so.

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"tim old" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on About to Review

"Hello everybody and welcome back to this week's edition of the about to review podcast i'm your host as always that guy named john make sure to lake great review and subscribe to the podcast on your podcast platform of choice b that apple podcast blueberry pod bay pot bean or alexa via tune in i'll go to the website about review dot com for full linked to the show notes and guests and followed the podcast on social media at about to review on facebook twitter instagram and youtube joining me this week a via skype due to some scheduling confusion and errors on my and definitely not his joining me is tim old people's critic hey what's up all good boubacar yeah on a on a late night skype call there yeah very late night not very late late for me too late again yet late for you but not for most you know humans un is our myself cared though i try to try to embrace it very true virtual i respect that uh yeah there were some scheduling complications uh this past couple of weeks and so i'm very thankful the tim was able to join me on on this episode the last episode of black history month twenty 18 uh it is the shortest coldest month of the year but hey we will take what we can get one of the topics that we will be talking about on today's episode is the future of black hollywood so timid i each have a couple people on our lists that we think are going to be doing some big things in the next few years and in in the future of black hollywood to we're going to be talking about that we're also going to be giving a review for two new movies that are in theaters right now which are annihilation and red sparrow and then at the end of it will wrap up with a little bit of pre oscars.

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"tim old" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on KGO 810

"Senegalese sand of inspired and choice to ride a short biography of this fierce defender of individualism wellset jr who said that george effing well i guess it's george f rural george effing will george will of the washington post the tim raines bought for into the armstrong and get show tim the lawyer to all your friends out there he writes to spread lic frederick douglass book selfmade man within a week there's a column in the new york times and the washington post about it that's pretty big deal timothy center for as the vice president for litigation at the goldwater institute and we are proud to call him a friend of the show he probably doesn't reciprocate tim santa for how are you tim old or thigh reciprocate you guys have been great to me over the years all right a few quick points number one on it next segment we're going to talk about the second amendment man and i would advise the folks listening to not miss it number two question everybody wants to know are you still rocking the beard yes i am aim at has trimmed but still rocking we've not been in the same room for a while and thirdly and most importantly are you aware that jack has been attempting humor by claiming you've written a book about buster douglas former heavyweight champion you probably don't owe that is because you don't finish one nino vieira who that is and we'll elevate you not announce and they are now so i'm not going to tell you tim santa for his written a book getting amazing reviews about frederick douglass why gis red is considered by many to be the most influential black man.

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"tim old" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Working but you know he gets to meet the people who are new bitcoin every day like people who come in they you know they've heard about bitcoin they want to get some they wanna use the bitcoin vending machine and there's a surprising number of elderly people people of retirement age who are interested in this you know they have money they've earn a lot of money in their their time and and they want to put it in something that's not the dollar so there's a lot of older folks who are getting into a cryptocurrency which is pretty exciting area serbs a lot of these other people want to conserve conserve there there won't be conservative but what are the robot to conserve the ark of serve the purchasing power so lottery well it yeah so i do think though i'm being really conservative or keeping all my money and and dollars or keeping all her money iin the bag are really they're just going broke safely and again is not wise for somebody doesn't know what they're doing to all of a sudden put all their money into vikoren or not advocating that oh that's finally but to have to pretend that this doesn't exist as an acid class is ridiculous and that's actually in order for me to come here today i had to pay quite a hefty fine to get out of a contract and my dealer actually said you're not allowed to talk about bitcoin you're not allowed to recommend bitcoin located not allowed to pretended even exists i want to hear more about that now this is like tim's old career that just ended judeo literally literally before this conference you were in adviser and investment advice on i'm still after initial a financial planner bulk technically for the next april target approval from the crowd on rewrote unemployed for the next thirty days however i'm still gonna be a finance planner but now have access to crypto as well what are you working with some agency or what sort of how it works we got we have lots of you'll behind this as you guys we tell our restore how it works without get super boring as i was an independent adviser but.

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"tim old" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Working but you know he gets to meet the people who are new to bitcoin every day like people who come in they you know they've heard about bitcoin they want to get some they wanna use the bitcoin vending machine and there's a surprising number of elderly people people of retirement age who are interested in this you know they have money they've earn a lot of money in their their time and and they want to put it in something that's not the dollar so there's a lot of older folks who are getting into a cryptocurrency which is pretty exciting sorry because a lot of these other people want to conserve conserve there there won't be conservative but what are they really want to conserve there aren't conservative purchasing power so lottery well yeah it's a lot of people think though i'm being really conservative keeping all my money and and dollars or keep your money in the bank but rui they're just going broke safely and again is not wise for somebody doesn't know what they're doing to all of a sudden put all their money into bitcoin you're not advocating down that's finally but to have to pretend that this doesn't exist as nasser class is ridiculous and that's actually in order for me to come here today i had to pay quite a hefty fine to get out of a contract and my brokerdealer actually said you're not allowed to talk about bitcoin you're not allowed to recommend bitcoin not allowed to pretend it even exist i want to hear more about that that now this is like tim's old career that just ended two days ago literally literally before this conference you're in adviser and investment advice on what i'm still have a financial planner technically for the next to my paper target approval from the crown pruitt's unemployed for the next thirty days however i'm still gonna be an edge planner but now have access to crypto as well what are.

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"tim old" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Think you'll see them go out and and start to invest in both organically and energetically in that space and and rebuild that that mortgage banking franchise that used to be quite substantial ten years ago and would they start to issue uh non agency mortgagebacked securities again you know if you couldn't the could you can clean up the liberal litigation risks i think they would do fha lending again i think you know jamie diamond talked about that in his annual letter um to shareholders well if said jp morgan is too expensive and you mentioned the possibility of adding to the mortgage business is there a particular stock or even a nonbank financial company that you believe is undervalued hold on a relative basis you know i goldman sachs who's been treated very poorly by the marketplace um your date largely because of their weak trading businesses um yet the other three businesses plus three equity trading are doing very well um i think if we get some had in volatility in and there are indications that we're starting to see that we could be better activity in may respect i would say the trading business bottomed in the second quarter seventeen and there is some leverage from that coming back this year i wanna thank you very much for being with us such charles peabody is managing director research analyst at compass point in giving us his thoughts about the a banking industry and taking a look at uh chairs have goldman sachs they are lower today by three percent while the shares of j p morgan they are right now higher by about a tenth of a percent i thought that was really interesting about uh jp morgan expanding more into mortgages and it sort of uh pairs with what goldman sachs is doing with consumer credit uh with their marcus online yeah i think it's kinda interesting but first they got to get rid of all those legal potential legal a problem some and lawsuits aren't well done we're going to have more coming up at right now let's go to our 991 newsroom in washington dc were nancy lyons has world and the national headlines fancy thanks tim old jeff sessions is the.

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"tim old" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The hotter of still running here yeah it's know yeah i mean where did to the call he was pretty clogged up there for a while it's an erotic cocteau's your vest for of picking up uh it's a spy art of the pool of here and then the uh the little outside hausler the ziba is evil at the moment i don't want it is their way into wimps absorb where he got that much ask when sovereign accident mexico oh yeah the mexicans were driving there were driving them to him on a golf carts could man claude turn yeah just incredible you might add sex are in all those locations but with yourself us of low was there for a week a moldy hubert all right well yeah no that's that's i forgot all about him how suit against disturbing with your europe stirs dubbed as nice to hear here we have a different tub now oh that's said was taken lau every other something caught in the jets are something i am early engine blew up by the motor blew up in the neck yeah we get that you're the dow is all a disc aid they they literally caught on fire in a wealth ever even like the water was was on his flaming water yeah like the cuyohoga river back in the day or you would have to hell did you do in their uh you know whisky bath whatever in two thousand while exports the bears the fired coach john fox saying they're going in a new direction fox had the second worst record embarrasses briefed his lear tenure in which there's came in last place the in every year in general manager ryan's pace keeps his job and will now lead the search for new bears coach also today the detroit lions a fire coach tim old well you know they had a winning record this year the bulls are home tonight to play the portland trail blazers 633 game 7 o'clock tip off your undoubtedly less college football a number of all games today including the rose bowl oklahoma versus george and the sugar bowl clemson versus alabama new orleans knife winners of those two games played at the.

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"tim old" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on Exponent

"Well no it but it it's interesting it's it's interesting to think about the whole thing with tv and this could have acted afflicts is how many tv is a fixed resource there are you know as a distinct one channel one channel you know exactly how many minutes you have with channel you have sixty minutes an hour 24 hours a day and your is a week and alike and it is everybody's watching the same channel right will not just that but it's actually possible to view everything that's going to go in every minute in its is not costprohibitive it wasn't a crash cleared it because you have a a resource that is fixed and so the amount that will cost to observe that resource is also fixed right it's winter we the cost of one percent of you everything for goes on on the did you see on on the channel the whole thing with netflixing starting tv is netflixing has blown up that limitation there is no tim old limitation on netflixing they can show as many things as they want at any time whenever they want and now networks is still limited in that every night goes enough looks a certain certainly viewed by a human but you can shoot right exactly exactly that's that that's the next step where you because netflixing us is kept on that input mechanism because they're paying for content that limitation a pay for content is a restraint it's a restraint that allow someone to actually view it and it's not dramatically increasing netflixing supply cost to have someone actually view every piece of content was an afflicts like they're paying for of course are gonna view view it right but yeah youtube is a completely different different animal the the price nope unintended the price of having anyone anywhere be able to upload any amount of video like.

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"tim old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good friday morning from bloomberg's headquarters worldwide headquarters in new york city i'm visiting the big apple for the week but we have a lot going on around the world so anywhere where you are it is a risk off friday anna yeah give money everybody i'm an egg was here in london at joining matt full at this money in that we should check them his aides because as you said risk gulf settling me in the markets at least in the equity markets was anti tents absent on the silk 600 writedowns and a quarter of 1 percent in loans and little bit tim old not over in paris down threetenths have sent on the cac disaster dax fatty resilient pretty flat this morning risk off in the currency markets if you along if the dollar then you might want to rethink babyjohn by four tenths of one percent on the dollar index which for an indexed the size of the dollar is quite a big maeve people getting into the again in in currency markets a lot of concern it seems about hurricane i won't damage she's not going to do in the short term at least two florida before any reconstruction activities he comes through this says a hurricane that is proven itself to be deadly and destructive in the caribbean will it be so across florida and what will the implications of that be of course there's also the tensions on the notes on the korean peninsula and the possibility of another test as we have a special as a commemoration special day coming up in the north korean calendas of asif is for markets and as such the deliveries is ground although that said is coming back a little bit from the ladies it truck earlier on what watching the mexican peso because of the earthquake that we've seen of the west in the southwestern coast of mexico we brace for tsunami and to see what kind of damage that will bring it to to the mexican people to the mexican economy setting the damage has not been that extensive given this was a magnitude eight earthquake and said we've been hearing from the president of mexico in the.

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"tim old" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"tim old" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Omit told us have been voting history tim old slow hundreds of thousands of people were running away from wars in places like syria afghantistan iraq sudan incoming uram france was not the most welcoming country it's tough to get asylum there in the recently closed the border but still refugees had me the way two pairs in the fouls by the summer the crisis have come right to rafeal doorstep i live in a neighborhood in paris where all all refugees calm and some of makeshift camp of three to four hundred people have been settled three hundred meters from my home and for the first time in my life there was a global problem of the corner mice treat ruffles neighborhood is typical paris sidewalk cafes little shops narrow streets an elevated subway line and come under of these elevated subway there is like some space where actually refugees of found a shelter and people have i set up mattresses on the ground or sometimes tense and they live there you have families that includes children widow case water without toilets and though be the just leave the outside and they have been living for almost a year in in in this situation the camp was illegal though and in early june of two thousand fifteen the police cleared it out so refugees set up another camp nearby days later the police storm that you you have the police charging on on refugees the the helping surrounding thumb in a very violent way with sticks and tear gas and stuff like this that's what we here now most of the people surrounded or refugees book they are helps with activists were four yelling um of the police it what are these protesters actually say they scream the mantra phones which is lifted a good at the foot them the that that is liberty equality and brotherhood he said this is right at the end of your street wooded you do art row i took my recorder and.

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