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There's only so much the Fed can do
"The last time we heard from the Federal Reserve about interest rates between official meetings was October of two thousand eight the collapse of Lehman Brothers was still fresh the hazards of the financial crisis. Perhaps just then really becoming clear and let me be clear here for a second. This is not that markets are functioning. There is no credit crisis. There is plenty of liquidity. But there's also plenty of uncertainty about what the NAVA Corona virus might mean for the global economy. And so this morning for the first time in eleven something years the Federal Reserve cut rates between meetings because said chair Jay Powell. They saw a risk to the global economy and chose to act but PAL added. We do recognize that a rate cut will not reduce the rate of infection. It won't fix a broken supply chain. We get that. We don't think we have all the answers K. But we do believe that our action will provide a meaningful boost to the economy by more specifically it will support accommodative financial conditions and avoid a tightening of financial conditions. Financial conditions are things like stock indexes and bond yields of the value of the dollar. All of which Powell in the federal hoping and it will help boost household and business confidence with the caveat that it's early yet not a whole lot of market confidence was boosted today. Details at the usual spots in this program. But there is a slice of this morning's events that are worth couple of minutes here because before the Fed made its announcement. The Group of Seven finance ministers and central bankers came out with honestly a pretty bland statement. We're keeping an eye on things in essence is what they said so with that background. How then did the Fed go about making the decision to cut? And how audit be red that we call Daniel Torello. He was on the FEDS Board of Governors for eight years. Got There just after that. Two Thousand and eight cut we started with. He teaches now at Harvard. Law Mr Trillo. Welcome back to the program Sir. Good to be with you. Kai with the caveat as I said that you're not there When the Fed made its two thousand eight cut. Could you give me some insight into the mood in the room? Or the mood. I suppose on the conference call when the Fed makes decisions on the precipice of a crisis. So I suspect first off that a lot of preliminary discussions were held last week in advance of Chair. Powell's statement on Friday so I would expect that. This was a relatively brief meeting wedged between that g seven call and the announcement by the Fed in the late morning the mood was probably a fairly somber one and I again. I suspect without knowing that they didn't do anything close to a full go. Round with lots of analysis by all the members and remember the Reserve Bank presidents would would almost all if not all have been participating by video. Conference right Okay so so. The personal subjective question. Were you surprised when you when you read about this? I was a little surprised. A ASSUME THAT. In retrospect that what happened was when they set the G. Seven call. They figured that they were gonNA move. Regardless of what the g seven did. I was more surprised by the outcome of the g seven. Call which was about as little as you could have had such call the well the the markets sorry. Turner up the Marxist. This morning did not care for that. G seven call at all right because the G. seven basically said Yeah. We're watching right. Exactly and and expectations are obviously raised. And so I assume that the Fed intended to do what it did regardless of how that call came out But it probably did take at least a little. Bit of what positives they were looking for a way from the from their own move. Yeah so speaking of the positives they were looking for. They did not get any At at you know so far anyway Out of the market today Reading the tea leaves for me that would Ya. I mean clearly. It looks like people are worried that the Fed knows more than the rest of us. Know there does seem to be a little bit of. I'm just reading the market reaction the way you are but there does seem to be a little bit of that reaction mean to me the questions since in the last couple of weeks since people have been actively talking about this have been a couple one. How much and how does a rate cut at this moment? Actually help given the supply chain issues that the chair referred to and secondly to the degree. That one's munition is limited. Is it wiser to keep most of it to deal with the actual fallout when viruses receded? And you're fighting recession or is it better to kind of preemptively act now in an effort both to signal the markets and also perhaps trying to lay some foam on the runway last thing. And then I'll let you go to words fiscal policy. There is a whole nother apparatus of government that can affect the economy. It's Congress and the White House and taxing and spending. How concerned are you that we haven't seen anything from them yet? Well I mean this is kind of the story of twenty twenty in America right that that the political branches seemed to have more difficulty responding. And I I noticed the Secretary. Mnuchin said he's he's interested in working with Congress but it does seem as though everything is moving awfully slowly. Daniel Tarullo for Eight years a little bit more than that. Actually member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States now professor at the law
"torello" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Number two would be a surprise To a lesser extent. The seven Rayson Torello but he got one of the top trainers on the circuit just claimed her Justin Evans. I mean Save Taco cat. I don't know if any of these horses would would particularly surprised me. And she was first time on the circuit last time a handful of ways to go and he read about it. It's a It's GonNa be a nice race. I I'm just allegiant to Caribbean Sea I had her Remington Remington Park Law out and pay the Nice Twenty and change mutual and then I thought she was doing on Saturday night. You're hanging out playing Remington Park when the kids go to bed. That wasn't a Saturday night. It was a Saturday night. What is that Christie's word? There was a Friday twenty-ninth Yup I was thinking. I thought it was Friday night. I thought it's after we came home. All right anyway yes. I had Caribbean Sea. That they was she was lovely. And the I could've used her against princess and Princess Juliana. Who beat her in the Trapeze She opened that. Nice lead and midstretch but she ran well I think she's affiliate some talent to turns has proven to be what she wants to do. maybe she needs a raise to come back but again it's the Asmussen born. I'm going to. I'm going to give her the top nominee. Yeah you can as you just did. You can make a case for her Dynasty of her own Johnny Huang Shipping in from northern California. This philly won the border plex here last time. She's bringing Francisco Harrieta with her again. She by Shanghai bobby out of a Richter scale mayor. I don't know how far she's GonNa WanNa go but why not. That's where I landed. I landed with affiliate was probably going to be the favourite Respect to Rabin see you know I said about how they all look the same. You gotTa try and and narrow it down if you look at it just starts. Y'All pick four. I won't be getting all buttons to start this thing So to three in the five of the Horse I want to use. And I'M GONNA use I'M GONNA use that seven every of Cinderella. The first time just he has to ward off the claiming here. The six Shanghai Kellyanne the seven. I WANNA use brave Cinderella. Warm Cereno says it's GonNa ride when a twenty five percent Disorder try the two terms for the first time last time I liked her race last time. She's been getting better and better. All try her at the price at the top picks and to be the number five dynasty of her own. The island fashion seventy five thousand for the three year. Old fillies kicks off the stakes action down at someone park on Sunday. Delvaux kicks off that all stakes pick for that. I will be getting involved in as well. Speaking of the allstate chick for we'll take one more break when we come back we'll wrap that all stakes pick four on Sunday at someone part you're listening to the weekend stakes preview presented by. Nyerere bets here on. Hr.
"torello" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Own fractions looking to last time you know. She didn't go very fast on the front end but when she was asked you just kicked away so I mean maybe she has something left in reserve still. I've got to put ice princess on top and and and Nikki scissors the best of the rest. Yeah Holmdale Park is one. That would be the price that I try to get the number Mile Wide. Best desperately beater last time by a half length taking somebody who made a cold number home. They'll talk with a brutal. Maya was Brad was gasping The latter stages of the Holmdale Park would have gone outside Yeah I see what you're saying with ice Princess Nikki Scissors The end of the day is for instance is probably better. I worry about. Nicky scissors getting loose on a lead. But you also gotta worry about a mile and her getting away with those easy fractions last time so Yeah probably just make a coal to five and hope that Somebody put he's a place on the front end. I'll try and get home. They'll go home. They'll park second to five from me. Ice Princess over home. They'll park. Recent number seven goes the Mattie may on Sunday we'll start off someone coverage in race number seven the island fashion? Is it a flat mile for the three year? Old fillies Kit. A field of seven in here Kind of well matched I think morning. Line kind of Shows that seven hundred ten to one seven two five two one three two one four two one. Eight two one. I wouldn't know they what whether on the circuit or not. I wouldn't want to look at these people and try to make a morning line favorite because they all kind of look the same to me. I I think Taco cat the number two would be a surprise To a lesser extent. The seven Rayson Torello but he got one of the top trainers on the circuit just claimed her Justin Evans. I mean Save Taco cat. I don't know if any of these horses would would particularly surprised me. And she was first time on the circuit last time.
"torello" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"And next to her was her companion of ten years the interior designer Eduardo. Torello now Torello. Hello drove down the driveway. Then he got out of the car to open the mansion's front gates and as they've done this for years Doris Duke would slide over to the driver's side side and she would drive through the gates and then Torello were closed them behind her and they drive up to the house together or leave the house together either way but this time it went terribly wrong. She hit the gas pedal while he was at the gate. And she drove right through him in the gates. The Gates were fifteen foot. The Twenty Foot wide wrought iron gates. She hit with such force that the gates opened up several square. Five foot long sections of I. Hi and they were torn apart by the car. That's not just the car rolling. That's somebody gunning the door at gunning the gas pedal and that fucking car dreg Torello crumpled body all across the lawn. What across the two Lane Bellevue Avenue and then hit a large tree? That's done action exited. The guy died instantly obviously and she was found in a fog someplace sitting on his side of the road with a bunch of head wounds. She had like thirty stitches to repair era face. Police didn't interviewer until two days past. Because she you know she was very distraught and the media was all over it and it got more intense with each hour that she didn't talk to police but what the police essentially did is cover up the fact that Duke was as she tended to be loaded at the time of the accident. A long story short shed great lawyers and Terrell's family only got seventy five five thousand dollars. This woman was worth millions. Hundreds of millions seventy five K.. There's there's a reason why he only got going away money or his family got bone away money. It was whispered around that time that the running over of Torello Solo was to make room for the man that the younger man at Duke really wanted in a life as her lover and that was young. Butler Bernard Lafferty Lafferty. Lafferty was this eccentric bisexual but this guy apparently had injected life into the old gal because when she died at eighty years his old. By the way what you've got an eighty it was only several months after after facelift. At seventy nine. So when she died at eighty she changed intro. Will Shits changed the last ten years of a life. Dozens of tongue dozens of times and this time Lafferty stood to get a five million dollar fee and five hundred thousand dollars a year from life. She basically put him in charge of for a state which was said to be about one one point two billion dollars and it the will put him in charge of all charities but with thors gone lafferty began to live life out loud. Okay suddenly. He wasn't so much bisexual as he was a full fledge gate crazy person he lived in flamboyant flamboyant splendor. One time was found passed out over a couch with a bunch of grandma year bottles and they were so old and vintage they were the vintage were written in ink not even printed the guy just ripped through expensive wine and liquor and what have you. He had tremendous parties at his place place. He had an eight thousand square foot home in La. A two million Bella two million dollars Belair fantasy home and he with decorated. He decorated it with enormous. Silver urns big old giant oil paintings and framed photographs of Doris. Do you line up alongside all these long dead. Matinee idol suggests creepy. His bedroom had twenty foot. High ice ceilings. Now when I got to Los Angeles Lafferty could be seen stepping out around town from time to time and he would step out. Defiantly the jury five to fifty carat diamonds in his earring in his bracelet in his watch. He made weekly the expeditions to exotic gay clubs. He would dress in designer gowns. The same gowns. That once along the Doris Duke. You defined shopping for antiques on Melrose Avenue. When he wants spent two thousand dollars to have his hair dyed doors to blonde when the guy died in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven he was found draped in red velvet and lit by Venetian chandelier sitting up in his bed with the headboard headboard that was famously carved from the door of an old vanderbilt mansion? So maybe Doris Duke was right when she said all that money can be a big problem. Sometimes I just wanted you know something about doors through. I kinda ways past the kind of life she'd never brought up. Ruby rose the other day so now you know we'll kind of life she led. I think during the week. I'll tell you more about Barbara Hutton. A to another crazy bitch. You need to know them. I'm AJ bands. And that was your podcasts for famous a bitch November twenty fifth twenty nineteen and. I'll talk to me. Thank you for listening. Fame Bitch is an AJ Benza. WORKHOUSE connect production it featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary and sometimes fucked up perspective A._J. Venza executive producer. Mike Agatha no technical producer Brian Vazquez..
"torello" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Here. We've had a problem here since long before two thousand fourteen and it's taken this long just to get this board or the town to finally say, okay, let's do environmental testing Iran Torello says he understands the concerns of families affected by ocular melanoma. I would certainly be frustrated too. I mean it's incurable disease with no known cause meantime, with up to thirty cases several deaths. Mike Hagan who just had his right. I removed last year says the disease is life altering. Yeah, it's a, it's a lifestyle change for sure. Thought process change for sure Lacey, the world different with one. Mike is on pins and needles with frequent checks now to see if his cancer is spread to the liver, which ocular melanoma often does. But for now he says he uses his I patch to start conversations and spread the word if you live in huntersville get your eyes checked very import critical get dilated eye exams, regular basis, your children, specifically around here. And if something wrong, they'll find it now, the huntersville town board, we'll have to give the final okay to spend money for soil testing, meantime, in Raleigh, the legislature is considering giving the town, another one hundred thousand dollars for more study of ocular melanoma, but with some disagreement on the committee, it certainly raises a question as to how that money would be spent. Six twelve Charlotte at six for a Friday other stories in the news this afternoon like tease on a television show. President Trump promising today, something really big when it comes to healthcare, we're going to have another big announcement in two weeks, unrelated. But something that's going to have a profound effect on the things that we're talking about and have been talking about over the last two and a half years. It's going to be something really incredible. That'll take place over the next two weeks. It'll be a very big announcement. Nobody knows what it is. It's going to be a big surprise, but it's going to be a very pleasant one. So the president teasing what he's working on supposedly to reduce the cost of healthcare. We'll see what he announces in two weeks. Six thirteen trying to get you home and get the weekend started. Boomers in the traffic.
The return of Peronist politics in Argentina
"Argentina's, Cristina Fernandez decay. Now is back at the full populace president left office in two thousand fifteen with the country on the brink of economic collapse. But if posed to be believed she has a good chance of returning to this in October, as vice president alongside her namesake and former chief of staff, Alburto Fernandez Jonathan Wheatley discusses, how history may be repeating itself in Argentina with a correspondent Benedict. Mander. Living with the. Going seattle. Get new put them meet there in, then they're gay three hundred fourteen dollars. We realize as individualize see noise when a p really says dune associated that was Cristina Fernandez decay, Schnur extolling the virtues of collective action. And so there can be no individual triumphs. In a society based on the kind of social contract that she advocates, but her parents policies left the country in dire state. Then it can you give us a picture of the economic situation, when she left office? Yes, when macrey took our. He find an economy with twin deficits, both in the budget and candidates, central Bank reserves running on Mt. And so you basically had a country that was under budgeted balance of payments crisis at the same time you had very high inflation. They no one knows exactly how high is they still publishing reliable statistics. There was no growth speak of high poverty. In the order thirty percents. I mean it was in a bad way, and it's proved very difficult for macrey to correct that situation. I what he's done. I was one of the big things he's done is turns the IMF and Argentina's being the beneficiary of its biggest ever bailout fifty six billion dollar package, but the IMF is still deeply unpopular in Argentina. Was that? Yes, I mean, it's like a comic book villain Argentina. I mean, it's had a very checkered performance in Argentina over the past sixty years. There have been more than twenty programs pretty much all of which have ended badly. Most recently, the two thousand one crisis was probably the west all that ended in the biggest ever sovereign debt default at a time. Anyway, huge devaluation that triggered very high employment. Those sibling arrest people shot on the streets, and so on having was disastrous. So it's understandable that people have bad memories if the funds engagement in the country. I Fono money Taddeo. This realm integral Montreal remove scenario Torello necessarily casino much of Argentine was brought to a standstill last week by general strike in protest over the government. So stereotype measures are we just had one of the organizers, Kellyanne Rupak Anini describing the IMF is being the Bermuda triangle, sucking in salaries work, health and education? So things apparently haven't improved for the poor under the reforms agreed between the current president Mauricio Macri in the IMF. What are people telling you about the hardships? They're facing at the moment. The first thing that people say that they just are able to make it to the end of the bone, and that's those that are employed, right? Because there's a huge amount of releasing Jones, but those that are earning salaries which not keeping up with inflation, finding it very difficult to pay for just the basic items food, prices have been up extremely fast and utilities as well have been rising several times over. So people just. Yeah. The month and that is obviously, causing significant social unrest. And you'd be not speaking to small businesses on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. How are they putting up with things the slums and the working class area's been particularly badly hit where there are lots of factories and workshops which not very competitive and been competing with impulse China. The defended the local markets, a lot of have been closing down. So that's leading to mass unemployment in the poorer areas of the city, which is causing big problems on against those are large part of the electorate, exactly. That's the heartland of Christina Fernandes occasion. And she is likely to do very well in that part of the electric ended makes up about a quarter voted. So it'll make significant difference. Deana. See my settlement brother shit. I mean goon Dino. And. Taylor. That was Christina Fernandez running mate, berto Fernandez. No, relation saying it rally that his coalition would eliminate Argentina's debt without making any Argentine suffer the cost with promises like this, how, as Mr. macrey can fight fightback. Well, it's not easy. The big thing that maybe hadn't his favorite, the beginning was that he was supposedly better, managing the economy, now that is not really proved to be the case or at least not over these four years. A lot of people, and I find themselves in a worse position night and they were four years ago. So he's having to look the other areas to sell himself, so recently, they've been inaugurating public works, major infrastructure projects, roads bridges sewerage signs, rather present, but these things do make a big difference to another people. And that, having that will help and also you have to remember that there are no infrastructure projects under the previous government that they're started. We wouldn't have. Completed. So this is also a reminder of the corruption that supposedly happened under the kitchen as you mentioned corruption that Benedict. What about all the court cases that are going on what bearing will that have on the election? Well, that is the million dollar question Argentines have known to vote into power politicians that have been accused of corruption in the past. So it's not gonna be the Bill and endle-. It will certainly have an impact on the margins. I think that polls show that the NFL this is a supporters. Don't actually believe the corruption charges identing that's going to affect that sector of the vote, but in the middle ground, perhaps it will and the extent to which it does could even decide the election another problem that obviously Argentina faces is that foreign investors very quickly lose trust in the country, and we've seen the huge devaluation of the currency last year again, this year, one of the problems that we often hear about is that Argentines themselves. Don't trust the currency. How do you fix a problem like that? Well, this is one of the great dramas of Argentina, and it's not clear to anybody otherwise. They might have six up more ready. It'll take years, perhaps decades of macroeconomic stability for trust in the currency to return or even appear. So the first thing that needs to do is kill inflation, which has proved incredibly hard on democracy. He thought it was going to be very easy, but it's not higher than it was when he came to power looks like it's beginning to go on a dine with paws, but it's going to take a very long time to get rid together at any then I think we'll people say, they're encouraging Argenta on politics have been compared to a circular firing squad. Is there any sign that, that passing could be halted in that Mr. macrey could engage with more moderate parents elements to win a consensus for his reform programme? Well at the beginning of this government, he did manage to cooperate with the mall, mudder elements apparent ISM and was able to pass some important. Reforms, more recently, the last year or even two that has not been so successful, but doesn't no reason why if he does win he couldn't do that again. But the polarization of Argentine politics is a huge problem. It was something that macrey promised to fix and he hasn't. Debatable as to why. But this is going to be a problem going forward without a diet. And why has Christina finance chosen to run for the vice presidency rather than as president this time? Well, you need to. That I mean it's impossible to get inside the head, but some people suggest that it may be because she thought she couldn't actually win. But then again, it's not clear that the person who is running in place on both the mandates will win either. So it could also be that, perhaps, even if she did win. She thought that she might not be able to govern efficiently at least as she might have liked to how she did in previous governments, which were current terrorized by the FTA amongst others is the populist politics. And as we all know populism doesn't mix very well with all sturdy, and that is the situation that we're in at the moment. So she might have decided to pass the buck. Thank you very much. We will certainly be watching with great interest as we get closer to the election. That was Jonathan.
Should Jason Garrett Be on the Hot Seat After Loss to Rams?
"Jason Garrett is on the hot seat of very interesting moment for him at an interesting moment for Jerry Jones. Garrett fits into that Cowboys ecosystem very well. He can play the quieter subdued coach and fit in and slide into Jerry Jones. He can allow Jerry Jones to be he will do what they want Stephen. And Jerry want him to do. He does that very very well, but his track record isn't good Torello is calling for his head. So I think it's a question. Mark the biggest question I have the really as a Cowboys fan. I would not really mind senior. I just don't know whom you replace him with now there aren't a lot of options left. And when you look at the new coaches that have just taken jobs, it there's not a name that just jumps out of you. There's not an Andy Reid to go grab right now. The best name I guess would make McCarthy. Mike McCarthy let go of the Packers. But of course, he's a guy who ran into some roadblocks of the Packers had a great quarterback in Aaron Rodgers. And somehow it wasn't all working there. So there question marks about any coach you destroy into replace Jason Garrett. Well, I would say immigrants to Mike McCarthy thinks is that. That may give the Jones family a little bit of pause because you're bringing in sort of a Bill Parcells type of not quite that intense personality. But when he he's gonna want to run things he's not gonna wanna things run through him. He's he's going to be the coach. And that's what it would be the other thing is that in Green Bay. They didn't have the pieces around Aaron Rodgers that Dak now has you know, I really credit Stephen Jones for the drafts that he has had ever since really Johnny Manziel draft here when that's Jerry really really wanted. And instead they picked up Zack Martin has been the focal point of that amazing offensive line, and they have had fantastic drafts since then. And then they made that bold trade for Amari Cooper, which everyone thought they were crazy. Gosh, you're giving up a first rounder for Amari Cooper. Hello eight and two since Amari Cooper came on. So I love what Stephen Jones is doing and I credit Jerry for allowing him to do his job. He's doing a great job. Well, and I'm going to give some credit to will McKay. The director of player personnel. Because I think he's the one who really does the scouting and sets the board stack ranks to players and sets them up for the draft. Then of course, Stephen Jones brings the discipline to stick to the board to listen to them, right? He's Stephen will go with what McKay has laid out for him and stand up his dad if a dad wants to do a flashy pick one of the things that sort of interesting, but the Cowboys draft over the last four to five years is they often or going a little bit against the grain, position wise. So when they take an often sublime it in the first round, that's not the sexy pick and they're generally run on defensive lineman when they took late and bender a linebacker middle. Linebackers are not usually the sexy. In the first round. But think about it. If everyone else is taking a run on defensive ends or running another position. Maybe it's a sexy wide receiver position and your today. Well, the word I three sexiest. But you are right. The linemen do not Jose helped me. I'm whom am I looking at it. I say these things I've got the gloss right before me. Word of the day. It that's true. Okay. We're going to give it to you. I'm my point was is that if they will avoid the sexy of the guy brings his lunch pail to work. If you take the best offensive guard the number one offense of guard on the board as opposed to the fifth defensive end because of the big run on defense. You're less likely to reach. And what often will happen is the number one offense of guard is a better total all around player number five defensive end show or this year Vander at middle linebacker, not as sexy position. There's that word again that you are accurate with that description.
"torello" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"After having lived in Italy for a short period of time, I can promise you, there are no slices of tomatoes on logorrhoea Peterson, Lynette. All them to her Margarita pizza, which is pretty rough. Yeah. An American thing they do because they list. Yeah, and Italy when they list the ingredients, it's just tomato cheese and bail. And so they come over here assuming the that already ingredient just like the bread that's not listed and then add on top of it. So it is when you order from an American place, Margarita pizza, it will come with the tomato slice on in some cases. Well, if it's run by a proper Italian, probably because right would never do that. It's actually called the complete. They had extra on. It's a totally different people. All right. But if you go Pizza Hut, Margarita pizza, you'll probably. Yeah, max. Your case for because I feel like you're adding to things that don't really add anything to appeal, but go ahead. What do you make the case for for what. Traditional talion Margarita pizza. Tomato sauce. Let's days on top of that. Make the case, sell it to. All right. Just. Winning the name. Landed a piece of basil on on a piece of cheese pizza, which is fine. But that's neither here, nor there went in a world where you can get meatballs and sausage, and peppers and onion, and that stuff. It's kind of like watching him one of those cooking shows iron chef. But like one of those top chef or whatever it was years ago, and one point like Tom clicky, just make me on that. Make me kick ass omelette ozzy's are all accomplished chefs. We're trying to reach that suit like superstar level. But like the Margareta pizzas like the omelette of pizzas like you need a kick ass basic pizza and then you can do all the the fancy this you want, but you gotta make that kick ass. Pizza, Dylan. Okay. Question that what you want me to. So when they prepare it in Italy is like slabs of Torello cheese does not cover the entire pizza is placed in very specific spot, usually have one full piece on his life wherever it is and then they're in bingo. I don't think you'll be a wholly usually it's. Maybe chopped up for shredded. But if the concentration of the flavors, especially if you get the buffalo mozzarella, that's totally different thing from a different region of Italy, and it's really good, and it's just the moon. And let me say this, I will add the to the group of guys can't hang with the guys who went and go, oh, and Tokyo they're sushi is n- you've even had. Sushi I know you're eating American, you know, you fill in the blank of the city or the country, and then I get to be the fuck and defacto extra in the room about because I've been there and you've never been, and that's when I do the surprise even to Tokyo. No, never traveled. Not been a narrow. I've never actually never. No, never wants to any sitting. Japan actually know including Tokyo thing, clear about that. No, never wants to save. Not been. I've not ever been Tokyo. Okay. So I'm the fucking brain in this room. I love sushi. Well, what you call sushi I call because they would spit it out into their hand and then throw it at you. Yes, I've been. Have you never been once? Never one, never. Once. Did you see that movie loss and translation? I did that. Have you ever been there? No, not the place where never never been okay..
"torello" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"They can contact us in central Minnesota in the Saint Cloud area through goodwill Easter seals in Waite park. So we have a military services coordinator who works out of goodwill Easter seals. And if we have calls come into that center and their military related they'll be referred over to the military services coordinator, who will then again, resolve the issue that the person may be dealing with whether it's housing, or financial assistance or education or counseling, or whatever the case may be. So do you work with some of the county veterans service officers as well? Oh, absolutely. So if a veteran comes up and has an issue relating to a CVS. So whether it's. Filing for benefits. Whether it's trying to get the terms of their discharge changed any of those questions at a CVS would field than our guy. Our military services coordinator would coordinate with that CVS. Oh, again to get that issue resolved. Very good, sir. Oh, you're also involved in the central Minnesota remembers Vietnam initiative, can you briefly tell us about that so central Minnesota remembers Vietnam as this initiative that started with the airing of the Ken burns documentary on Vietnam on twin cities public television. And then our group wrote a grant to the humanity center, and they graciously funded this project. So the funding for this comes through the Saint Paul humanity center, and we are doing a series of programs one program again with the fabulous armadillos a series of shows, featuring the soundtrack of the Vietnam era, but then we're also doing programs like the arts and literature war, and we. Happen to have two local artists who are going to be speaking to our audience at the Whitney center. One is an author by the name of Michael Moore. The other is an author by the name of doctor Torello, they both written books on Vietnam. And they'll be speaking at the Whitney senior center on one November in addition to that we have a combat artist. And this is a gentleman who did a series of sketches and paintings based on the fire basis in.
"torello" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"They can contact us in central Minnesota in the Saint Cloud area through goodwill Easter seals in Waite park. So we have a military services coordinator who works out of goodwill Easter seals. And if we have calls that come into that center and their military related they'll be referred over to the military services coordinator, who will then again, resolve the issue that the person may be dealing with whether it's housing, or financial assistance or education or counseling, or whatever the case may be. So do you work with some of the county veterans service officers as well? Oh, absolutely. So if a veteran comes up and has an issue relating to a CVS, oh, whether it's filing for benefits, whether it's trying to get the terms of their discharge changed any of those questions at a CVS would field, then our guy our military services coordinator would coordinate with that CVS. So again to get that issue resolved. Very good, sir. Oh, you're also involved in the central Minnesota remembers Vietnam initiative, can you briefly tell us about that so central Minnesota remembers Vietnam as this initiative that started with the airing of the Ken burns documentary on Vietnam on twin cities public television. And then our group wrote a grant to the humanities center, and they graciously funded this project. So the funding for this comes through the Saint Paul humanity center, and we are doing a series of programs one program again with the fabulous armadillos a series of shows, featuring the soundtrack of the Vietnam era, but then we're also doing programs like the arts and literature of war. And we happen to have two local artists who are going to be speaking to our audience at the Whitney center. One is an author by the name of Michael Mauer. The other is an author by the name of doctor Torello. They've both written books on Vietnam. And they'll be speaking at the Whitney seniors. Center on one November in addition to that we have a combat artist. And this is a gentleman who did a series of sketches and paintings based on the fire bases in.
"torello" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Certainly interesting to, track and they are really hurting right now need in India Yesterday when we were speaking with MS Purnima, now coordinator of India festive Milwaukee held a. Beautiful gathering held in Humboldt park we're talking about the, flood Wasser waters occurring in India and it's it's been pretty devastating this weekend and either saying that some eight hundred thousand people have been displaced and over three hundred and fifty have died in the worst flooding in a century. In the southern part. Of India that's the Kerala area Torello state officials saying Sunday that rescuers have searched for people. Stranded in the worst affected areas the downpours that started August eighth have triggered floods and landslides caused homes and bridges to. Collapse in that part of India pitcher rushed state known for its. Quiet tropical waters and beautiful beaches thousands of rescuers were continuing efforts to reach out to people to get relief supplies to isolated areas by hundreds of boats and nearly two dozen Helicopters so we're continuing to watch that global situation that downpour monsoon season in India WTMJ. News time it's eight forty? Two we've got a lot of sports? To talk about so what do you say we get an early jump into that today's, going to be a critical game as Tony pointed out in our newscasts this morning the. Brewers now just, half a game, behind the cardinals into race for a. Wildcard spot so today's game by the way. Our, coverage begins at, twelve forty WTMJ today's Dame, definitely has playoff implications, to it now if we win if we defeat the cardinals as I understand it we can. Actually leap ahead of them again in. The standings for a spot, in the wildcard so today's game will have great importance but last night last night lot of his appointment as the brewers fall. Out a playoff position last night with a seven to two loss in Saint Louis the brewers don't play well and they're now fourth in the wild card standings a half game out, of, a playoff. Spot after a game filled with mistakes. And lack of runs Fox Sports Wisconsin analyst Jerry Augustine says the club has Has to loosen up and play the way they were early, in, the season. You try to do too much Try to get the ball harder you try to make a play or are you trying to make a pitcher you try. To do too many things you start thinking about things that you to do that you're not capable of doing you just have to go out, and understand what your job is for that. Night and be able to do a Christian yelich do hit home runs in the loss map paulie. WTMJ sports today's we sat in Saint Louis, could leapfrog the brewers right back over the cardinals in the. Standings Joe leashes will be starting for the crew and we'll be opposed by. John Gant our game day coverage getting underway at, twelve forty right here, on w. t. m. Jayme all right, in other National League central division action from yesterday Pittsburgh defeating the cubs three to one Cincinnati. Outscoring the giants seven to one Very high, and berry well hit deep, left center, it's gone oh Oh big time. Home right. There Oh Was way high and it was way. Gone Number.
"torello" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Michael lane. For instance, in his recent book talks about subtle Sivan and LSD, and I think the the sort of the the missing piece there is the fact that ketamine is essentially a psychedelic drug at the doses that we use the sub anaesthetic doses and the exact same things were very close to sink kinds of things that he describes throughout the book. Patients experiencing goes what my patients experience. In fact, there was a study done not too long ago that that gave a subjects ketamine and LSD and silo Sivan. And I believe also MD may in different orders. They randomize orders and after each experience had them rate their experience on a scale that basically breaks down the psychedelic experience to eleven elemental kinds of of phenomena. And if you look at. The ratings of between settled cyber LSD and ketamine they very much overlap. I mean, some of them have, you know, particular, you know, for taes if you will, ketamine is escorts str- strongly on on the disembodiment of scale, which is the out of body, but that the three of them look more closely overlapping them and the may which seems to be more, you know, four genyk than sort of profound. You know a second in the classic sense psychedelic or or or or mind handing. So if there's if there's one thing, I really would hope that this podcast sort of starts to promulgate is the idea that can allow my colleagues don't you who are where of ketamine 's remarkable impact on depression. What a great breakthroughs are are surprise when I say it's a psychedelic. They think of it as a dissociate anesthetic. So I'm glad you really glad you brought that up, but going back to how I got into starting ketamine, really, it wasn't. I had no idea. It was actually a psychedelic myself at the time. I was just frustrated I was. I had part of part of why I was excited about going into psychiatry was that I felt that in my career span, the psychiatry would go through a kind of amazing revolution the way that the Rasic surgery had gone through in the sixties with with people like, you know, the bay key and doing transplants where they learn to take a hard and put it into a somebody else. And I thought, well, we're going to do amazing things because neurosciences is really expanding sprain scans are becoming more powerful. So I want to be part of that this tremendous. You know advance in in the brain and hoping that it would really lead to greater understanding of who we are in the world around this, the quantum physics and blah, blah, blah. But then years go by and I was getting frustrated because I realized that, you know, I'm still using the same tools like the anti-depressants that essentially were no more effective than the ones that were developed in the sixties. And we psychotherapy that really had about the, you know, really wasn't advancing and, and it was very frustrating. And you know, a lot of people don't realize that that we have dozens and dozens of conventional antidepressants, but not a single one of them is ever proven to be more efficacious than any other one, including the the very first ones that were discovered in the late fifties and early sixties. Deprenyl. Are you talking about her? Yes. A amid bromine tougher. Neal was one of the first ones and the inhibitors by the way. Do you know the the, you know the anecdotal story of how antidepressants were discovered with when I loved upper, no. Well, interestingly enough, you know, just. The the quick version here. Torello sus, you know, you know, in the earlier part of the twentieth century was scourged and there was no treatment for so people were put replacing these in these sanatoriums with recall, basically quarantine from society and and you can imagine the high rates of depression in these miserable places..
"torello" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To simplify Volker in ways that, are faithful. To the language in the statute in. That that's one particular provision. And you know we look forward to. To getting constructive comments on how we may do that better here just waiting through the NPR period then on that we're we're, we're really looking for input here on where this is. A, this is a notice proposed rulemaking we want a lot of input we do our job is to implement Congress's wishes and that is, the Volcker rule but we feel like there's we wanna use such flexibility as we have that doesn't undermine Safety and Sandison that there were. Clearly some flexibility around the, issue you're talking about thank you I want to switch topics and to the ongoing negotiations of a new international capital. Standards. Or ICS I I want to thank you for such a quick and thorough response to questions that had after we met last time and we we don't always get quick. Responses but you did so thank you generally genuinely grateful and the following questions are it was originally intended for vice chairman. Quarrels but a, letter sent back to my office on this question we received just just yesterday and chose not to respond to this portion so hopefully. I'll pitch it, to you for an answer and governor Daniel Torello stated in a speech at the national association of insurance commissioners international insurance. For him this is, a, may twentieth of sixteen he said quote there are as you. Know a lot of ideas out there as to how we construct the capital. Requirements we were applied of insurance companies, some such variations on the solvency. To approach used in European Union strike us as unpromising evaluation frameworks for. Insurance liabilities adopted Solvency to differ starkly from US gap and may introduce excessive volatility such an approach. Would also be inconsistent with our preferred our strong, preference, for building, a predominantly standardize, risk based capital rule that.
"torello" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"You you follow them on twitter roger weiss's here and we have in studio milk dickerson kensington lines all star game mike torello of williamsville east and jim marino of west seneca east this is what we're talking about is what the kensington lines all star game i it was difficult guys i gotta admit you know franks in rogers said look tony we gotta talk football this week and because they know how much i hate talking about football and fine okay guys insists so i'm being a team player and i'm going for it we had a twist your arm and he really did in you know but i'm doing it for you guys to so you know and it didn't take much you know coming off your rehab and all edited take we didn't have to twist nearly as hard as we normally would have right oh by the way speaking of that i got good news from dr this week progressed along probably had a schedule now i'm up to ten pound curls hey when you started at one eight barely do those this is not undo ten don't try to do twenty right away because you'd think you've recovered no he said you know and he knows i'm being smart about it because i told us i'm doing my curls every day he's allowed me to increase my raps and start working shoulders chest kind of get this thing back i mean you know this is major surgery as he said in the comeback from this you know hopefully i can get it you know my recovery time we'll be under a year rather than over a year like the originally thought but i'm getting there you know the the pain is less don't need medication anymore no more anti inflammatory the swelling seems to have subsided in the risks and the finger stole little pain in there when i closed my hand but as hopefully as i keep on working out that pain will go away hope it will make you feel any better collectively the half dozen of us sitting here with you don't feel a thing anthony i'm glad i took it for the team coaches this is something that as a coach that i'm curious about and that is bringing your terminology to kids that aren't used to it and i would imagine you guys probably goes vanilla as you possibly can talk a little bit about what goes into the type of offense defense that you're going to be running without giving anything away obviously it's funny you say that i just saw coach follow yesterday and my first question foreign was how much can you put in to get yourself prepared and you know one of the things he mentioned in is that you know he tried to do little too much little too much too fast and it was tough i feel very fortunate to have you know my son is one of the quarterback so hopefully you know he'll be on the same page as me as well but i gotta ask you wait what question will he listened to you if my son never listens to me and i just tell the other coaches gear you guys coach he's not going to listen to me does your son listen to you had been very fortunate to coach all three of them and one of the things that coach far said to me a long time ago and i did the defenses we don't for years he said let me take him okay and you know it was it was probably the best thing that happened and you know we talked and yes but you know jay z offense coordinator he called the offense i did the defense and it worked out good okay let's get back to you know what you're going to be anthony i want to bring something up as long as we're on that subject can maybe milk can help us out here has there ever been a previous lions club all star game where both of the respective coaches will be coaching their sons in that game to my knowledge there has not been cool history have you guys always had been able to coach your sons in and have them listen most coaches i talked to they say now my kid doesn't listen to me he's gonna listen i have to you know if i want to convey something to my son i go to salman joan and i said look this is what i want in he'll take over in and teach it to nikki is that been the case for you guys.
"torello" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"The phoenix business journal says homeowners who more on their mortgages than their homes are worth are contributing to the housing shortage because they're holding onto their properties instead of selling them at a loss let's get a check of your ride home with eastside westside traffic here's lee powell and steve torello joanne once again we got a nasty wreck westbound sixty mill avenue long big rig they're a bunch of wrecks kind of messing up the freeway that is blocking the hov in the three left lanes westbound sixty mill avenue heavy traffic back to mcclintock now that big rig is sideways blocking a bunch of lanes eastbound sixty you've got some slow traffic priest out to the one zero one shout bound one a one stop and go from the two zero two red mountain freeway over the guadalupe wrote on the two zero two westbound red mountain packed in from the one forty three out to the fifty one ten mini stack heading home on the ten westbound expect a lot of slowing from the one fortythree out to the seventeen split wreck in scottsdale on hayden cactus also on thirty seconds street and thomas our man on the west side here's steve trello well state route fifty one southbound after thunderbird that's clear now stop and go traffic fifty one northbound between the two or two i indian school i seventeen southbound joemax have an accident off right and we also have an accident in sun city boswell boulevard north of dell webb next traffic four forty five steve trello five fifty pay wa john dombrowski here from grand canyon planning when it comes to talking about financial planning whether it's ira's 401k's roth ira's and insurance i know what i'm talking about i've worked hard for over twenty five years to offer my clients solutions to their financial challenges call me at four eight zero nine nine hundred ten.
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"The heaviest penalties since the coup attempt for suspects were charged with being involved in applause to assassinate president are dawn one hundred and four former soldiers were sentenced to aggravated life imprisonment the harshest sentence under turkish law after the death penalty was abolished a former air force chief of staff and a major general were among those receiving life imprisonment the inter american commission on human rights is accused the nicaraguan government of ordering security forces to use excessive force during weeks of protests against daniel president daniel ortega the preliminary report showed at least seventy people were killed and hundreds injured in demonstrations which were triggered by discontent over pension reforms the commission said it also heard testimonies of illegal and arbitrary detentions and torture views from the bbc the syrian army says it now has complete control of damascus and all the areas around it for the first time since two thousand twelve the army declared victory after recapturing the last small and claves still held by the state group to the south of the capital pro government forces have entered yarmouk which was once home to some one hundred and fifty thousand palestinian refugees and a neighboring district russia says it's eh defense forces have shot down a small drone from one of its airbases in syria moscow said it had hit the unknown drone at some distance from may mean abbas official results from the referendum in burundi show that people voted overwhelmingly for constitutional reforms that could allow president and currencies to stay in office for another sixteen years the campaign leading up to the vote was marred by violence and intimidation burundi's opposition said some people were forced to vote and others were beaten and arrested the italian president obama torello is considering whether to give the two main antiestablishment part is a mandate to form a coalition government the leader of the five star movement demeo and matteo salvini of the farright league party say they've agreed on that preferred prime minister a law professor giuseppi kante here's how europe analyst danny eberhard eurosceptic antiausterity and espousing a much tougher line on immigration five star in the league says there's will be a government of change luigi de maya called it a story moment matteo salvini of the.
Janice Dickinson to Testify In Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Retrial
"Torello bill cosby on sexual assault charges is set to begin in philadelphia sometime next week steve kastenbaum has a preview of more than just some house cleaning that has to take place before jury selection can begin next week the judge has to rule on a defense motion that aims to prevent jurors from hearing about a phone conversation cosby accuser andrea constand had with her mother about the alleged incident thomas mezro argued that it amounts to hearsay he also wants the judge to recuse himself from the trial the defense lawyers said because judge steven o'neill's wife works with the victims of sexual harassment and sexual assault at u penn it might influence the judges views on the matter i'm steve kastenbaum film magara stormy daniels is trying to compel president trump to answer questions on the road warrior phoned the motion seeking a question trump about a payment made to daniels before the two thousand sixteen election i'm elliot francis hey my name is brand ever make a change and then wonder why didn't i do this a long time ago that's what's happening for thousands of people with regard to their healthcare they're joining medishare and then they're wondering why didn't they already do this for most members it cost less than half what they were paying for their.
Arrest made in Super Bowl burglary of Rob Gronkowski's house
"One man is in custody and two others are being sought in the break in last month at rob gronkowski's house in foxborough we have more from wbz's don huff i'll meet of randolph appears in court charged with breaking and entering receiving stolen property and militias destruction of property in the burglar we got gronk house while he was playing in the super bowl police are still looking for two others shane dan of tewkesbury and eric torello foxborough items recovered so far include to watches and to rare coins from the eighteen hundreds police say firearms owned by roommate robert guven have.
"torello" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Wall street is looking ahead to tomorrow's fed decision as well as incoming fed chair jerome powell david rosenberg whose chief economist and strategist at gluskin sheff it's not says that we're losing janet yellen we're lose leaving already lost stanley fischer we lost torello or going to lose bill dudley so we're losing forty three years of cumulative monetary policy experience and so far were trading in six years uh so it's an untested inexperienced fed and the fact that that's not what people are talking about actually makes me comfortable 'cause i'm meet a career of looking in the direction than the consensus while today the direction was up to the dow and the s p both records s p up four points up two tenths of one percent the dow up one eighteen up five tenths of one percent nasdaq fell two tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash bloomberg best with june grasso and ed baxter continues second 2013 camera and tyler winkle boss bought eleven million dollars worth of bitcoin which was at the time a relatively obscure cryptocurrency today that stake is worth nearly two billion dollars they spoke with bloomberg david west in alec steel and julie hyman earlier today why is the recruits agrarian recorded should sugar investment rather than speculate we think the bitcoin is like gold 20 so whatever the reasons reasons for investing goals whether it's scarce durability portability fungibility we think that bitcoin matches are beat schooled across the board and all those categories it's it's actually not scarce it's fixed you can send it around like you sent an email are to do it do that with bars of goals gold so the the mark cap right now bitcoin is three hundred billion the market cab of gold is six trillion we think that bitcoin disrupt skulls we've been saying this since the market cap was 1 billion and bitcoin worth three hundred times more correct today and we think.
"torello" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"App and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg markets hey hey hey hey hey good hayes for war says amazon is good great talk about this delivery food deliver start apps there's that too this is all a bunch with him that just as we talk with ever maybe it's more of a first with latest visitors headlined to check hey charlotte here's what's going on speaking with amazon stock lower today down by six tenths of one percent first decline in six sessions on shares of a m z and we're looking at an update for the dow a record day the s p also trading at a record the dow up one hundred fifty two points off sixtenths of 1 percent sp up seventy gain the threetenths threetenths of 1 percent nasdaq though slumping nine down by about one tenth of one percent wall street of course looking ahead to tomorrow's fed decision as well as incoming a fed chair jerome powell david rosenberg is to the communist and strategist at gluskin sheff as nonsense that we're losing janet yellen we're lose we we we already lost stanley fischer we lost torello we're going to lose bill doug leigh so we're losing forty three years of cumulative monetary policy experience so far we're trading in six years uh so it's an untested inexperienced fed and the fact that that's not what people are talking about actually makes me comfortable 'cause i made a career out of looking in the other direction then the consensus kellogg is hoping that instagram obsessed millennials can help make cereal cool again the food giant struggling to break out of a fouryear sales slump is opening a cavernous nou cereal cafe manhattan's union square doubling down on the concept that it started in times square last year as some up seven a gain of three tenths of one percent gold lower by a higher by one tenth of one percent twelve forty three the ounce of a dollar seventy one west texas intermediate crude down one point three percent to fifty seven dollars twenty three cents a barrel i'm charlie pellett hey that's a bloomberg business flash a a and the da show this is bloomberg markets.
"torello" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"App and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg markets hey hey hey hey hey good hayes for more says amazon does good we talk about this delivery fee delivery apps there's that too this is all a bunch with him not just because we talk with that were maybe it's more of a first with latest business he's headlined hannity check hey charlotte his what's going on us speaking with amazon stock lower today down by sixtenths of one percent first decline in six sessions on shares of a m z m we're looking at an update for the dow a record day the s p also trading at a record the dow up one hundred fifty two points of sixtenths of 1 percent s p up seventy gain narrow three tenths of one percent nasdaq those slumping nine down by about one tenth of one percent wall street of course looking ahead to tomorrow's fed decision as well as incoming of fed chair jerome powell david rosenberg is chief economist and strategist at gluskin sheff it's nonsense that we're losing janet yellen uh we're lose lee was already lost stanley fischer we lost torello we're going to lose uh bill dudley so we're losing forty three years cumulative montreal's the experience of so far we're trading in six years uh so it's an untested inexperienced fed and the fact that that's not what people are talking about actually makes me comfortable 'cause i made a career out of looking the directs and then the consensus kellogg is hoping that instagram obsessed millennials can help make cereal cool again the food giant struggling to break out of a fouryear sales slump is opening a cavernous nou cereal cafe at manhattan's union square doubling down on the concept that it started in times square last year as some up seven to gain their of three tenths of one percent gold lower by a higher by onetenth of 1 percent twelve forty 43 the ons of a dollar seventy one west texas intermediate crude down one point three percent to fifty seven dollars twenty three cents a barrel i'm charlie pellett hey that's a bloomberg business flash a a and indeed a over silicone this is bloomberg markets jio everybody is time for the turn of the day with our bloomberg stocks editor dave wilson um chart of the da you're taking a look at the possibility of.
"torello" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Television here's david western port editor went ahead with dan torello recently stepped down as a member of the federal reserve board now joins us for his first television and radio appearance since leaving the what happened to inflation the question of what happened to inflation has one that's been plaguing us for about seven years now the inflation rate has gone above the feds to percent target only a couple of times briefly after a period last year in which it seemed to have firmed up its again showing some softness this year notwithstanding the continued gains in unemployment i think there are three kinds of explanations for why it hasn't been moving as many people expected wanna set cockell a second is longer term perhaps aftereffects of the great recession and a third would be sort of secular stagnation type arguments factors in the economy that are holding it down now though after a long period of employment growth substantially above the levels needed to deal with new entrance one does begin to wonder whether other factors have been at work things like the end of the commodity super cycle perhaps labor is finally getting a higher proportion of the returns to industry and that's being eaten by companies rather than resulting in price increases those sorts of explanation since i think need to need to be considered hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day bloombergcom the radio plus mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash from.
"torello" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"I'm speaking with kate davidson of the wall street journal and you're listening to what's news we know you will you who became a multimillionaire at fortythree in you who was born when we knew who loses sleep over how your kids will deal with inheriting fortune in you no longer getting a paycheck but not needing one either and also you who doesn't have to work but can help not to use siri launchpad poor you at being why mellon wealth management we know because we know you will the neck is the necessary insight to help you grow protect and transfer your wealth beyond why mellon is the corporate brand of the bank of new york mellon corporation and its subsidiaries thanks for listening everyone and kate of course if he takes the job or if if he's confirm randall quarrels would immediately take over the job of overseeing the feds regulatory staff which supervises some of the major banks including jp morgan chase and bank of america and that could be sort of controversial in itself because people have argued over how strongly these banks should be regulated right it will certainly be interesting to see um what he comes in and does as sort of the first official the official holder of this new position it was created a as part of the doddfrank law in for years it wasn't as you said earlier wasn't felled by the obama administration they actually never even nominated anyone to fill the job officially but um for folks have been following this they know that a former fed governor daniel torello was basically operating in that role for a long time and he we ran a story i think we i think we called them the most powerful man in banking which might have made fed officials cringe a little bit but he right he that he and the and now mr quarrels.