17 Burst results for "Twenty Seventeen Weeks"
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"That Sleepy Joe requested that Mike Flynn. Be Unmasked January twelve twenty seventeen. Week after that Oval Office meeting where apparently Obama talked about it. January Twenty, seven hundred twenty requested. That happens to also be the same day the Washington Post revealed. FLYNN'S IDENTITY! Did Joe Joe leakers this. Washington Post Columnist David Ignatius published Flynn's identity revealing. He was unmasked in response to a phone call that he had with then. Russian ambassador. Sergei Kislyak on December twenty nine twenty, sixteen. Now, I don't think it was the same day because that's you know that already has to go to print right for the Washington Post. But here's where it gets. Even more tricky in. This won't talk to Congressman Biggs about it is that? Between. December, twenty, ninth, two, thousand, sixteen and January fifth, two, thousand, seventeen, which is the day the oval. Office meeting happened with Obama and already. The only person who requested Flynn be massed in between those days was Obama's chief-of-staff Dennis McDonough. The only one. Why is that? Fox News also reported the day mcdonagh requested. The information is the same day as an Oval Office meeting. That's drawn scrutiny in the wake of the Flynn developments. That was the meeting with Obama and Clapper Brennan Komi. Susan Rice Sally, Yates. I didn't know anything I did own did know something. Which one is it? So trump with Moore. Said you know what and this is strong man. The president of the state says. Because all people are saying and I'M GONNA. Ask about this I'm sick and my wife asking me I don't care anymore. Who's going to jail and I'm like I get it. I get it. Play the one I just sent her right. If you don't mind here's president, trump saying they all need to go to jail, listen to this. It was the greatest political crime in the history of our country. If I were a Democrat instead of a Republican I think everybody would have been in jail a long time.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"That Sleepy Joe requested that Mike. Flynn be unmasked January. Twelve twenty seventeen week after that Oval Office meeting where apparently Obama talked about it January. Twenty seven hundred twenty requested. That happens to also be the same day. The Washington Post revealed Flynn's identity Did Joe Joe leakers. This Washington Post columnist. David Ignatius published Flynn's identity revealing. He was unmasked in response to a phone call that he had with then. Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak on December. Twenty nine twenty sixteen now. I don't think it was the same day. Because that's you know that already has to go to print right for the Washington Post. But here's where it gets even more tricky in this won't talk to Congressman Biggs about it. Is that between? December twenty ninth two thousand sixteen and January fifth two thousand seventeen. Which is the day the Oval Office meeting happened with Obama? And already the only person who requested Flynn be massed in between those days was Obama's chief-of-staff Dennis McDonough the only one. Why is that Fox? News also reported the day mcdonagh requested. The information is the same day as an Oval Office meeting. That's drawn scrutiny. In the wake of the Flynn developments. That was the meeting with Obama but clapper Brennan Komi Susan Rice. Sally Yates. I didn't know anything only did know something. Which one is it? So trump with Moore. Romo said you know what and this is strong man. The president of the state says because all people are saying. And I'M GONNA ask about this. I'm and my wife asking me. I don't care anymore. Who's going to jail and I'm like I get it. I get it play the one. I just sent her right if you don't mind here's president trump saying they all need to go to jail. Listen to this. It was the greatest political crime in the history of our country if I were a Democrat instead of a Republican I think everybody would have been in jail a long time.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The Thunderbirds had last flown together in twenty seventeen weeks ago eight Thunderbird jets flew over hospitals in Las Vegas now the navy and the Air Force are banding together for operation America's strong honoring frontline workers well I hope they look up and they have a sense of pride and the capability of this nation after gearing up in Florida the aircraft flew up the eastern seaboard soaring over New York New Jersey and Philadelphia flyovers of other cities are planned in the coming weeks so spectators are encouraged to not to congregate like some day today it may have lasted just a few seconds he is so big the site maybe some things are looking AT tears can be seen units that's a great beat that is from NBC news that is a positive piece from NBC news I was flabbergasted when put that on thank you well I was so I I saw this and I I my drug drug that was I do my homework you know and six thirty comes in only at night and watch the other news you know to be so negative and has a tone in their voice in the music and the dramatic music you don't even notice it yeah I sometimes I don't even notice it is where you know funded two more people died today than ever before there's no for the get the vaccine is going to be like in the year twenty twenty five we may have the right and it's all negative and they love it they love it and they're just bad these news organizations are I've been to make everything negative and and and nothing positive all anti American it will lead to anti and it does matter what president did they give that's what the news media think they have to be is negative that would be you know except for fox news thank god you know I don't on the NW criticized five because sometimes they may be to put too many Democrats but you know it's fair and we honestly compared to the rest of the news it's so negative you know so I saw this piece by at least to get tears there on on NBC and I love Lester Holt by the way above the second for Lester he's great I think you know he did that of course the world liberal they don't like the president may go against the present any chance they get but less is a great broadcaster he really is but this piece was so great and of course I missed the whole floor you know because I missed it the attorney Kelly what do they care about how to get out and get out so they did that but I had pulled from your calling from Essex County they flew over New York I just thought it was great I just thought it was so inspirational no matter what the cost is it was great I mean that they could does I thank the first responders and a big shout out to NBC news for doing that positive piece at the end the show but by the way I know I know CBS news I watch at the end of the show they do positive pieces and on ABC Tuesday to America's strong so help me with that one because I'm convinced that the news stop this snarky ness and the constant negative put down the of everything at every turn you know that it would just make us letting up a little bit I just think it would make us lighten up a little bit that's right I'd like to say windows together when the fight together so I just thought that was a great peace and it's on my Twitter feed if you want to watch a Jersey Shore Prisco wrote Facebook or Instagram I thank you by the way not supposed to say this but he did this like internal study yesterday I'm not supposed to say this but they did it because our internet how you and I could talk to you so so they didn't see internal study the station who listens whether listen what they like what they don't like I mean they go in I had no idea with with yeah they really and I don't I don't I don't think I'm supposed to say so much but you know what we came out with glowing numbers goal only numbers who's listening to what they listen for how they like it and I want to thank you for listening because I I come before the microphone with great respect I don't know going to radio is kind of a fluke for me to go on the radio but I feel this responsibility now as a broadcaster yeah as a broadcaster and I really feel you talk about like somebody said reinventing yourself Joe but it was more like a responsibility team because I've never felt the tying into an audience like I have on the radio it's not like I was stage as you can see anything at stake and god knows I'm alive in a technical area but I go in front of all the folks on stage whether it's a couple hundred or a couple thousand you know and it's and you can see anything you know and it's hard but I that's why I've stayed up so big and I reached into the crowd to do my best anyway either blood sweat and tears old fashioned you know regulated David at St but as I speak to you now there's nothing more intimate than on the radio with with with a voice that television is great can't read on TV you could fake it on TV there's so much visual the some of the visual image is gone so so we I got some really nice accolades in this study it made us look good on the morning show and we appreciate that more than we could turn on the radio station you know so and I said to so I collect this I can make this legal Joe we're gonna going to meet okay okay okay so so so don't give me so I don't want to conference call great I don't like soon I don't like facetime I don't want to see I thought people I see there's been a little Charlie loves face type it out and I'm here to bring that little facetime sound on the phone and then you face time and anytime my hair's all you know I'm I mean might mess eight and then I got I can't you can't do things around the house you can't put the ear piece in one right now because you have to hold the phone up and talk to you know and it's just the it's just not my favorite thing to do I'd rather listen to some Michael I although for Charlie do anything and I do and I for my mom as well I face time mom is that great I did my little cooking show and my two of my home wasn't sold sold it really it's it's it's it's there's so many great app and the facets to it but if I'm busy so I need to be on a time for an hour or going zoom for an hour we try to zoom thing the other day well for another a business thing I'm doing I didn't work out so what we end up doing a conference call could affect the conference call so I see go to meetings and like that you gotta punch this up yet put an image of and then it goes on the okay to stay on the phone this is great this is great I'm gonna because then I have to worry how I look I mean this is not what phone it this is great so I call up with a call on a non connected and then and then the person running the meeting yesterday because they either he goes up and you see the graphical Jesus with me see graphs that is I don't I don't get a graphic and that so now I have to hit up you know video and then the grass come up on my computer and now it says it says camera on or Cambodia lying to a camera along to it mean and now if you don't punch that and you're not on camera to me it looks like you're a little road that you don't want to be seen so I I could have not hit does that put a hat on my head above my A. M. nine seventy Jack get out get out because I can kiss up as good as the next guy and so I did and then I go bom and I'm on camera now my account and yet the smile and you have to act like you is intent to attentive you know which I wasn't in the middle it always comes in you know always had come in early this was home and I don't know why I don't know what it does do this as a guide he he comes over I'm on there and we have all the big guns on this meeting right and I'm and I'm enjoying it because I love this broadcast anything I love it I did I did I went to school for I love it I'm I'm looking at the numbers on the now I'm stuck being amazed at the number I'm watching it and I know my camera with the dog walks over and says Leslie me help with the camera if you if it doesn't he well it is out he rolled he rolled in something all it was he was the rolled in whether it's a scat you know whether it's bare whatever or whether it was a dead animal forgive me but with that why dogs do this at all but here I go and I can smell it and I touch the metal belt but I can't reach out to them on camera it's over and now I got us thinking welcome to all high Hector dogs they get and it's in the house and then I want you know I'm smiling okay well look at that number smelly dog around me and does goes into the of the kids play room and there's a database of dole please don't roll over so finally he got to do something graphic wise and I put my finger up I'll be right back and I went I let the dog out real quick you know and I said made it so much easier on the fall if the floor like a watch the dog while I was on the phone and was above it the bay yeah so I came back then I listen to the rest of it was actually great at all great numbers and I'm very pleased to report that and I appreciate you you know for being there but then then of course I said well that was a beautiful days have gone on a bike ride and then I know that are doing it but might make bike light went out no one was around thank god no one showed up no one walked by me it was great was clear it was open and I had a nice bike ride came back all fired up you don't tell me if you're in the house now your quarantine once you get out their walk around jumping jacks is good pushups are great you don't just sit anything get your body that.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"One two for CBS we are tracking down Adam school lane in west Palm Beach in the meantime what's the I have a phone call and go to Arizona and talk to John we'll get to Adam when we find him John you're up on CBS sports radio thank you you're an hour ago you were terrific and it made me think of a commercial it's on the internet and I think children this Superbowl about the guy on the raft in the chiller moons putting across a lake or river and then he sees this brilliant sunshine and the teller men or death and the river Styx says what's the password the goes six or seven times well that's the way the Astros are going to be this year they're they're not going to get the right answer no matter what they do but the best thing that happened to baseball was in nineteen twenty before they figured out about the quote black socks throw in the World Series yeah what is that the Cleveland Indians beat up and went to the World Series and beat the Dodgers that that saves a lot of face but what let's back up a minute Sean because I appreciate listening to you in nineteen nineteen Sir Barton one the first Triple Crown but commander Ross was going to enter Sir birds in the Kentucky Derby was in New York City and a man name Arnold Rothstein came up to him and said to me do a side bet and of course the commander thought it would be like a hundred a thousand dollars something like that Rothstein Batum fifty grand since our burden went online in one not only the Kentucky Derby the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes so you go through the summer what is rusting gotta do to get back that fifty grand throw the World Series yeah and that triggers in that triggers everything John I appreciate the phone call we've got out of school really Pritchard phone call the kind where John thank you very much Adam Spillane is in west Palm Beach covering the Astros and the fallout from the signs feeling for sports radio six ten back here in Houston Adam it's good to good to have your house the weekend been treating in west Palm Beach my friend got a cool rainy out here it's strange weather out in Florida that's for sure but that it's been a bizarre week for sure there if there's just kind of a circus feeling around the Astros when you're over a camp every single day and it's only gonna get worse tomorrow when every single position player is in camp is that they are there to for their first full squad workout okay that's what I wanted to ask you because this is a it's good talking to someone is down there like you to sort of set the scene and how would you rate the circus factor it was obviously at its peak it would seem on Thursday with the press conference and everything has the national media they're kind of subsided or are you against your point just a moment ago are you expecting a rush of people back in there what's the if you had to kind of draw chart to the whole thing has the ebb and flow been of national media covering the Astros push on basically every morning the clubhouse is open at nine o'clock and there there is ESPN there is a just pass in their second Rosenthal from box they have been there every single day you have Bob Nightengale was was in the clubhouse this morning I mean you have your snap during of national reporters there out ESPN was doing their baseball tonight thing from from astro camp earlier today it dies down once you get to the post workout clubhouse but there there are a lot of you know a lot more people in the afterglow about that that I think you're used to its spring training and and like you said I think that you'll see something very similar tomorrow I think tomorrow you'll probably see the same numbers that we saw on Thursday where essentially every every reporter that every every national reporter that he's in this sport it's going to be in west Palm Beach and they're going to be on the side of you not lost the World Series not by the did not want it yeah they will then that's that's an interesting wrinkle to activate the nationals of the nationals are just completely bewildered that the national media will be covering this sign stealing story and not a team that won the World Series last year's up in a big story down there as well I know it's been talked about I knowed Davey Martinez mentioned it were I think you said there's fifty reporters that are active complex in forty seven are on their side and only three are on our on our side so I I certainly understand the frustration on their end of the day of the World Series champions and singly nobody is talking about that but that's just that's just what it is right now you have one story that is completely taken over the sport and it's going to continue to take over the sport really for the entire season I don't think this dies down at any point yeah my guess is the nationals would not want to trade spots with the Astros I'm just gonna go ahead and assume that they'd rather keep the World Series trophy and keep their camp quietly the Astros deal with signs feeling Adams blame joining me from from west Palm Beach Adam is Carl's qureia become the unofficial spokesperson for the Houston Astros it appears that way but he was the one guy on Thursday were people so that you came up better than anyone and then obviously yesterday he stepped up Amy had guys back and that's the one thing that you really haven't seen these guys if you're kind of done the whole apology thing they have not gone into any sort of detail about what actually happened in twenty seventeen week weekend twenty guys a chance I mean you you just look at Saturday before qureia spoke we did speak to Justin Verlander and for a later release they asked him about Cody Belcher comments about they'll today ceiling at the PD after stealing the World Series and all were later said was that his opinion entitled to his opinion George Springer was given the opportunity to comment and he declined to speak to reporters on Saturday morning it's always been qureia it created due to the full group gray it's only spoke to a handful of people about it it's been it's been since we've been him and there was nobody act ad there were no players that spoke to day before the work out the only guy that we really talk to Kyle Tucker battle that he had nothing to do with twenty seventeen so I'm very interested to see if anyone follows in the footsteps of qureia tomorrow and they start to fight back at some of the things that have been said about the noise the the hard part for them if they don't have a we will like to stand on they cheated they admitted to cheating and this is just what they have to deal with yeah there's no doubt they made their bad I guess for people who aren't around the team on a day to day basis like you are correct me if I'm wrong if you were drawing a big board of guys who would be the most likely unofficial spokespeople for this team in this environment during this sort of fiasco Carlos Correa he would have been at the bottom of the list but he definitely would have been at the top of the list either he's a bit of an unlikely official unofficial spokesperson right you just look the top two are the two guys that spoke it during the press conference on Thursday will be bright and I'll Tuesday we haven't heard from recommended Thursday alti they did speak on Friday but that was it yeah he was not around on Saturday to respond to that with your stuff and now may be throwing your spring or maybe you throw in somebody a veteran like Josh Reddick but qureia will talk and he's not somebody who will stay quiet I'm just surprised that he came back the way that he did he came back strong log curses you key on that when you're on a lot of guys and not I think with the that was that was the part that I didn't expect that I'm not surprised that he had the backs of his teammates special too they did a very close friend of his but to come after Cody Belcher like that to come after you eat that was unexpected that was more unexpected than anything else I think it's good I just used to these games man it's fun Adams full lane joining us live from west Palm Beach at Astros spring training what's your assessment of the two things what's your assessment of dusty Baker so far just in terms of interactions and can you get a feeling for watching him operate as to why he was the pick for the Astros to be the manager in this particular situation Amy was the pictures because I think he's been through but just about everything in baseball both as a player as a manager is so I don't think that he's going to be overwhelmed by the spot like that's going to be on the scene I think that he's a perfect guy to kind of guide them through this as as for how we've handled everything we handle everything the way that you would expect he's been yeah he he's been disarming he's been humorous at times he said all the right things which I think is what they expected and he's kind of been the figure at for this group and the folksy charm is kind of been use when when you describe dusty Baker and he showed that in here essentially you guiding them through this right now it's a difficult spot I don't think he knows what the players are at this point he's only had a job for a couple of weeks you don't even have everyone in camp but he's just trying to figure this thing out and and they're just kind of working without a net at this point and I think he understands that this is gonna be a really tough job you can just to keep these guys together to keep you guys up from having that to deal with all the outside stuff how big a topic is Zack cranky not being there until what I guess the twenty second is he coming in or do we know when Greg he's going to be there they say they expect him on the twenty second and that hasn't been brought up since stuffy Baker said that on Friday I don't think it's a big deal at all it's at this point in his career that cranky thirty sixty of these obviously one of the best hitters in the game I don't know if it really means anything for him to be at spring training at this point in the eye they say that he's healthy they say that you're getting all his working at home so I think that they are comfortable with with what he's doing last one before I let you go did you get a chance to see rob Manfred this press conference earlier today and if so what were your thoughts I've seen bits and pieces of it and what really stood out to me was the fact that they consider taking away the World Series I'm not surprised that they talked about it with her talk about it with the extent that they apparently date is that's pretty impressive that we've never seen that a professional sports we're a team is had a championship taken away you seating college sports but that gets into eligibility in this guy wasn't supposed to be crying when they won championships he could do it that way you see it in in the Olympics but that's usually just a a singular person and you can just type open to that but to take a possibly take weight yet if you're on the team that's as drastic except that I think that we would ever see I just don't know how you do something like that it's it's it's a tough it's a tough spot that man pretty then I think that he punish the organization there's no question about that I do wonder if he regrets promising immunity to the players I think that that that's kind of the one misstep that maybe he may eighth and the question that I have what if they go back on the immunity work obviously I think that he's worried about a flight from the Players Association but at this point with the.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"The NFL it's too high and too low and react too much to be ups and downs of young quarterback and perhaps I am guilty of this year when it comes to Carson Wentz though I think we have two years of body of work that speaks the war of a good quarterback the great one but down in Dallas for watching this play out and it's not until my deck Prescott I think that Chris got as well as course it is a good quarterback I think you're seeing in Los Angeles right now is a last couple weeks with classic over reaction to Jared Goff Jared Goff is a good quarterback I put him in the same classes Carson when I put him in the same class exact Prescott twenty sixteen quarterbacks good quarterbacks we'll see how great they become as a career goes on which your golf like when he has time in the pocket guide to make a lot of throws I liked your golf and I think he's gonna go down to Dallas on Sunday and I deserve a lot of Jared Goff fans here in Philadelphia on Sunday because he's going to torch the cowboys your golf is capable of four G. our games it's not even that big of a sweat for him in that rams offense I believe on Sunday around seven o'clock you gonna say holy moly the rams have how many points and jerk office how many yards dear gossips towards the cowboys in Dallas and make everyone feel silly for Cup with the same jerk offs thinks the rancher settled that contract his state when he has time he can play Jared Goff torches the cowboys bosses got the real deal and the Vikings are coming for the NFC north those are the takes that I'm guessing ahead of time for week fifteen in the end I felt like I bears Titans raiders here and as I said tonight I'll throw a bone is speaking of the eagles I eagles will cover the spread on Sunday I think there's gonna be moments of the game with the eagles on Sunday were it's going to feel like excruciating I think that's that's eagles football two thousand nineteen it's not pretty it's often ugly it's mostly excruciating and you walk away and you're not really happy like that without a lot of people are the week that weren't really happy with the way they want and they took over time to beat the New York Giants I'm gonna be surprised then I see the predictions today twenty eight thirteen thirty to seventeen I will be surprised if the eagles on Sunday win this game by more than two square soccer you you feel that where you think there's a chance they they do that I think I I can't envision them running away with any game with what the throwing out there right now no I I only compared to the the game last week but if you notice like most other games against Washington has has been have been fairly close until the end week one obviously they fell behind early came back they won by five even wanna go all the way back to twenty seventeen week one they were only up I think two or three brandy grammar the touchdown yeah then ran aground rum second touchdown that that still think was a forward pass but I think it was to my cousins right and they called it a fumble in the eagles won by ten like bit their games against Redskins despite them winning the last five in a row they they've always been fairly close it's interesting because I I was saying earlier how the rivalry has totally shifted to the eagles the last three years now but if you go back to twenty sixteen cartons first year even twenty fifteen it was a red skins driven robbery but the games were close the other way like the eagles couldn't beat them because I I think was the twenty sixteen in December I think might have in the game after Doug called them out for not not given hundred percent effort against the bangles was a game here early December I think Carson Wentz was hidden sacked by Kerrigan late in the game fumbled they were on a drive to try to win the game so it's it is interesting the Redskins eagles typically close typically want him as a run away fear to late it was the eagles first time coming up short time after time now it's the red skins I just I think Haskins is a detriment the Redskins this week because I can play right now no it's it's weird because they decided the beginning of the year they're gonna keep they had colt McCoy they had case Keenum I read more free to keep him on Sunday I if he was playing anymore for the Redskins yeah it's it's it's kind of like the Eli manning Daniel Jones thing like you're you're kind of passing off potential for a guy who you know probably is in a losing the game right like you I mean it didn't play well in the second half but he gave the giants a shot in the first half but yeah if you were to to swap Haskins out for one of the other two quarterbacks you could certainly be nervous and in the red skins kind of came into this year with two veteran quarterbacks thirty count out Smith who's been on the the published all year but and they still decided to go to Duane Haskins early in the am kind of ride it out it felt almost like a desperate attempt by Jay Gruden to say like Hey I'm not winning with these guys I have this rookie quarterback let me see what I can do with him and and maybe prolong my my job for for a year or two it's funny when you I watch task a little bit last week he almost looks like a quarterback from twenty years ago he can't move at all he's a complete statue back there his arm it was removed like he's more athletic than drew blood cell but if that's the kind of player you see is a statue in the pocket Kerry Collins maybe a little bit too like that kind of player on training others to me he's not quite as an athletic as jamarcus Russell but like those big strong big armed you need a mobile quarterbacks is even someone like Ben Roethlisberger his huge could could move around a little bit yeah I thought Joe Flacco it was kind of when those guys but before his injury Joe Flacco could get away from pressure a little bit roll to the right like Haskins is like if you tell me what has come of the draft in nineteen and it it's a yeah twin Haskins but now he's a he's a current a quarterback yeah it seems like an especially all the a league quarterbacks in the NFL like even if you're looking at Kirk cousins or someone like that like they all can move at least a little bit like no one's Lamar Jackson run over a thousand yards but most guys can move a little bit you can move outside the Pocky can make plays on the run you can avoid the pass rush at a little bit twin Askins as in no shot if you get press from now if there's one fear I have if there's one it is that if he has time he has a he has in the lead arm like he has an arm that he could throw through traffic you could throw it up if somehow the eagles blitz him and they don't win the blitz and McCorkle forgets past the defense like he could hit a Mike that that the one I think there's like three or four plays they have to make in the game that a lot of time as long as they make those plays they'll be okay if they don't he could get it could get dicey I mean there's several areas why use pick top ten again and he showed in college that he's he's capable leading in a lead offense so he's still someone to fear but but his his weaknesses right now so glaring it shouldn't be too difficult on the eagles to stop on this week right they shouldn't be in if they if they could pressure on he's been off under pressure I like the eagles a bonus pack minus four F. R. eight eight seven two nine ninety four ninety four pound nine four nine for that is that you get in will come back and they process post game show with.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"That you decided the Josh Allen is the player that you never thought he was capable of being like it's okay and I think that a large portion of the fan base should be very welcoming of the people that are now going to be on board with this Josh Allen and this Buffalo Bills team I'll tell you what if they win next week if they if they win next week holy cow and how in this this was my whole point this morning is there was a test today on thanksgiving and the bills got an eight plus they ace the test and now the remaining part of the schedule instead of what a loss would mean today a loss would mean I am writing the next four weeks drew writing it just waiting for them to what every all of the progress they've made this year fall to the wayside this is a game that could have spiraled this season out of control hundred percent you lose this game and your eighteen for all the standard eighty five all said you're on the road in Pittsburgh all of a sudden you're eighty six and then your spirit also you're in seven you're in a week seventeen game that is not only a must win but you may not control your own destiny so the things that could have happened if the bills losses came in I'm gonna tell you what all live in times out of ten eleven out of ten they lose this game every other year every other year they lose this game and I don't know they lose this game they lose it in the most bills yes fashion ever a blocked punt which when they're down by three or something and there at the thirty five yard line and they decided that you're just gonna put it like that's what happens in these games historically in here we are talking about a team that this was in the bag with ten minutes of the fourth there was never a question after they missed a field goal at the half it was thirteen seven going to have time I feel really really good then they go to sixteen and I thought I'm still a little worried they got to twenty three and I'm like I think a blow out the Dallas Cowboys I'm like hang thirty on these dudes and my last point before we go to break eight oh three oh five fifty one eight eight excuse me five did you buy today you're hanging out an old stick around because we're gonna get two guys one take a ton of phone calls over the next hour and a half or so and more importantly we're gonna continue breaking down these bills victory this the biggest victory and in my lifetime there's just there's just no doubt about it and and the last thing I want to say before we go to a quick sound is this was the game that we've been talking about Joe is when your yeah sixteen to seven can you put your heel on the throat of the other team and stop becoming this conservative in a shall play not to lose mentality they went out there at sixteen to seven and the offense drove down the field the defense played with just this this hunger that you just you have not seen for even though this difference is been so good under McDermott so good under McDermott you just you never got the feeling that the defense was capable of performance where they were just strip sacks interceptions against right now I'm tell you if deck Prescott's team had more wins he'd be in the MVP conversation he's on pace for five thousand yards in forty five touchdowns in the bills holding to seven points until garbage time garbage time what is happening Joe happened I I just it is remarkably incredible feeling this good after a football game at the end of November we have a meaningful football game next week at home in December against two AFC two of the best teams I actually what tells I feel as though an awesome deal so your voice sounds exactly the same as whether you're happy that they won and they blew up the copper or anything for that but I don't whether I'm angry or happy if you could be angry with the same tone of voice that maybe all right it'll thrill five fifty one eight eight eight five fifty two five fifty time now to cut to the locker room we're going to hear from you're from John Brown brought you by AG's tree service western new York's number one tree care provider walk me through the touchdown pass and you know how long you guys have been kind of set that up for working all we've been working there pass own ever since the week out the pages we you know when we was a successful way down we came up with a new or so we've been practicing now known for a long time if you throw many passes in your life an organized football operate only back of phone quarterback in part one of what I'm I wanna let you know and then obviously when you see Devin that wide open as it makes you kinda oh my god I can't miss them what's going through your head knowledges new like if he was out of water open I just put a little touch on it you know easy to kids no need at the home all four have you thrown a pass at all in the NFL before as a first pass at all up to one of pages again yeah but besides that now that was the first this one this year your first two what was it like to see Cole and his return here have such a big game all you know member have before Coleman he does that he's a game changer you make plays in you know you do what you do best and you know just for him to do what he kept one I'm excited form so you know we don't go back home to forty is this the day that the rest of the country finally found out about the Buffalo Bills our meal matter what a thing you know we don't get to your plan novel and just focus in on us that's bills receiver John Brown following today's twenty six to fifteen bills victory member when he threw a pass into the crowd last week to his dad was like right on the money like ten rows up it was foreshadowing it was actually is not as data was is a former coach okay let's grab a quick phone call before we go to break let's go to Andrew who's been sit on hold just waiting patiently on this thanksgiving angel Andrew thanks for listening band you're on the overtime sure go ahead thank you so much for taking my call I just wanna say one echo your enthusiasm haven't been so excited since twenty seventeen weeks tempting at Miami although I agree this was a bigger win on the fuel for the bill totally awesome that was my best new year's eve I don't ever this is my best thanksgiving ever without a doubt I do want to say I remember the beginning of season are before I started Sean interment talking about how he believed we were at a better spot we were three years ago we took over and I know a lot of the the BR sports radio with saying that's nice and all but we like to see it in the record and sure enough here we are we are seeing the record I really believe SO nine three seven gray I'm thrilled this game reminded me of the two thousand seven game against Dallas which twenty five twenty four a lot I was ten years old at the time member crying all night like two AM and this was like sweet sweet sweet revenge so totally thrilled listen you guys every day thanks for all you do Hey man injure were thankful for you guys and all the listeners out there who on their thanksgiving for whatever reason they turn the radio on they turn the radio dot com app on at nine fifty on their thanksgiving it was here at this point you know grandpa the uncles everybody's falling asleep from the Turkey L. wine and everything yeah and what do you mean you're gonna listen the posting Hey man you know I'll say this though I not by the way does it say it in the record but like this was the wind we've been looking for it's not just the the record because you could still argue before this game that they are a product of their schedule it's a lot harder to make that argument today because not only did they beat a good opponent they beat a good opponent in their stadium and they did it comfortably like that when was this game and out in the second half ever now now the first half of the score was close but it really felt like the bills were out playing after about penalties but Philly penalties was the only thing keeping Dallas in this football gap for the first ten minutes two bills right away convincingly and and I'll say this the Dallas Cowboys at the top of their roster our goal grossly more talented than the Buffalo Bills hold high in killing his own yeah grossly more talented you can't find a player as good as DaMarcus Lawrence and he's probably their fifth best player the bills don't have a receiver like Amari Cooper tire while John browsing great Tyron Smith one of the best left tackles in football Ellie to superstar Beth he is a really good Byron Jones really good I think last year pro football focus at least Vander rush their number to linebacker in delighted employed a but you Jim Smith and lead Vander Ashley yeah there's a lot of high into and what that shows you is one sideline had superior coaching one sideline to has an intangible and I and I'm not really willing to label it as culture yeah I do think I think that if you want a labor culture I'm not gonna tell you you're wrong but there is something there's something about this team there really is I know it's corny I know it's probably played out there is something about this squad what I've always said about culture is that if you have it to me well it doesn't mean it can't make you good by itself what it can do is if you are good you can hold it together for a longer period of time because if you don't have that culture would you have a lot of talent we probably can be really good right off the bat but then it could fracture a lot easier that's kind of what I think of it as cultures like the glue that holds everything together but it's not necessarily what actually making you go down the field I wonder like we we brought this up in pre game a little bit I I don't I'm I'm kinda iffy on a right now but I wonder if Dallas really did play like a team that has quit on their coach yeah because I feel like coaching was eight of course an aspect of today's game and you know Jason Garrett gets a lot of Flack for being like kind of a puppet in Dallas it like Jerry Jones just pulling the strings whatever Jerry Jones want eventually that's really what's going to happen and that she can get schools along with and that's kind of why he's had that the job the job for ten years.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"However, you just enter your Email. So hopefully, you're using the same Email. In years. But I think now people are pretty stable. I just remember when you had when you were thirteen. You add various AOL accounts. Can we can we name our worst emails as children of would like to have the segment right now? I don't think the world agree. Please feel free to share though, if you are. Oh, sure. Feeling for it. Yeah. My Email was Joan go. Boogie at hotmail dot now. It was it was. Except that is an Email that you, okay? What was it jungle? Boogie at hotmail dot com. Jungle, boogie. Hotmail dot com. If you might be able to find the password. Don't I mean, I don't know if I have it anymore. But yes, so like jungle book and Email address Jong-Il boogie or the jungle dot boogie. But yeah, that was that was my Email as young who didn't know explain was like logic behind this choice. I think I like the song jungle book e by cooling the gang. I think there I I think. I don't remember quite. Yeah. Stop giving me the awkward. Silence. Please. It was a mistake. I made as please leave a light. I just don't understand why you chose to create this as a podcast segment right now. We have all on knowing you never had this Email address. They used Pacific. What it's like when you take pictures with friends. Okay. Let's stick of funny one we're talking emails. This'll be fun for everyone. Let's see our all cheesy emails, and then I'm only one who did it. So now, I look she's our emails. Yeah. Okay. Well, that was a thing. So do you is this like a thing that you do that? You're like, oh, this is super embarrassing thing about me. I think I'm gonna share it. What is this there? I was just like. I feel I feel very attack right now is what how. Has shakes shut up. Playing on a how to? In the run-up episode of wind shut up hymns money to lose shut up who is. Burn out. That's so mean, why would you do that to me? I do like the nickname shut up. I don't plan by nickname is you. My name is also pushing you also share something embarrassing with a weird nickname that you had from the last time you were on being what we should do. We should talk about the question of the week. It was just linking over an old nickname. But. I don't know back to the being the first BNB appearance. I made where we played a game of mash. And then I gave up my Nick horrible nicknames there. It's worth the dip. Okay. Let me see if I can find it. Okay. So that was a free plug for the audience. Go look, I think it might have been twenty seventeen week eight we seem to play mesh together. Nickname for you. I can't believe I didn't write it down. Oh, I'm so myself. Okay. Well, we'll go back and find that out and then get him Baresi more. Okay. I suppose. To our final segment of the week. And that is the question of the week. So the question of the week was survivor themed baby name, which first of all I have talked about this on the repulse drag race podcast, but Mike limbs baby's name is Asher, James bloom, which is such a bomb dot com. Name I will continue green in such a good name. I assume named after James lament Asher..
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Drum. Carrying low by Sufian Stevens, this is democracy. Now. I mean, he Goodman, the house intelligence committee has sent a criminal referral to the Justice department for prince founder of the mercenary firm blackwater House, Democrats are using prince of lying to congress during his November two thousand seventeen testimony before the committee when he described a meeting in the same shows with a Russian banker before Donald Trump's inauguration as a chance encounter, according to the mullahs report, the meeting wasn't attempt to establish a back channel between the incoming Trump administration and Russia and may have been arranged by the Trump team the move is one of the latest actions. Placing Eric prints in the spotlight after more than a decade of largely working in the shadows. After blackwater shut down in a major new report. The intercept takes a look at prince's latest actions, including his pitch to privatize the war enough ghanistan his creation of mercenary army for the United Arab Emirates a history of miss. Manage projects that have soured his relationships with leaders around the world and its comeback made possible with the help of the Trump administration. He is also the brother of Betsy DeVos, the current education secretary. We're joined now by Matthew cold, the investigative journalist who wrote the story the article is entitled the complete mercenary how Eric prince use the rise of Trump to make an improbable comeback. Matthew. Oh, come back to democracy. Now talk about why you're focusing on prince today part of the Genesis of the story was is that air prince was sort of gone from the public for about ten years by enlarge after he left the United States as you say fled the United States. I think that's partly right. I mean, he moved his family's entire families in the United Arab Emirates. I don't think it's necessarily. So that he was afraid of just Justice. I think that he was a US government and Obama administration had soured on air, Princeton blackwater, and so he needed a new start, and he went to the merits any foul. Found a benefactor there in crown prince Mohammad bin Ziyad, who's the defacto Lear of the United Arab Emirates and he built himself a new program. New new job new form of income, which was to secret armies one for the emerets Emirati and one in Somalia, and I think as he's come back with the Trump administration. It was important to understand what he'd been doing for the last ten years, and and really to understand as he tries to pitch in Afghanistan. New reports that he's trying to sell a program in in Venezuela and a mercenary army there to understand who he really is both as a businessman as strategic thinker and more than anything else. I think sort of where he is politically which is what people don't realize really on the dirty trick side of things. And that was something that was prising as I went through the reporting was that he. He took his skills that he had picked up and worked and sold around the world and ended up sort of coming around and using them domestically and finding domestic partners for them for people who aren't familiar with prince go back to blackwater, and what it did what it was known for among other things niece or square. Sure blackwater was a private military consulting group company that provided armed guards security operatives for the US military for the State Department and for the in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, black water as a sort of a name became known and understood around the world are infamous for American hubris because they had a series of incidents massacres mismanagement and violence that occurred in Afghanistan, but most of most memorably and unfortunately in Iraq, and by the end of the Obama administration the Bush administration rather prince was forced to change the name. Because it becomes toxic after Nisar square and sell square was the killing of seventeen Iraqi civilians with this band of blackwater guards square in Baghdad where they opened fire. Right. And he he became too toxic and blackwater became too toxic. So they changed the name, and then he was forced to sell and once the Obama administration comes in they make it very clear that blackwater was not welcome in the government contracting world. And so he had to find a new gig. So jump forward to that meeting in the Seychelles. So in January of twenty seventeen week before the inauguration of Donald Trump air prints gets on a plane and goes to the Seychelles where he is attending the private strategy session of Mohammed bin Zayed, and Eric prince had previously essentially been part of bins ads and busy as they as he's referred to his Royal court as an adviser on counterterrorism. Awesome and fighting Islamic militants and militants in the Middle East and northern Africa East Africa. And he's there we now know and certainly from reporting and then the mullahs report he's there to meet with a top Russian banker who's the emissary for Putin and NBC is trying to put together sort of new world order with an incoming new incoming US administration. Try solve Syria to try to figure out what to do in Yemen and try to from their standpoint from the Gulf Arab standpoint beat back Ron and all of those things are things that Eric prince have been has been obsessed with four twenty plus years. And so he has this meeting with NBC. But then he also has a secondary meeting with this Russian banker who is the back channel to Putin and. What we get out of it for the next couple of of eighteen months is air princes insistence that the meeting was by chance that he had run into this Russian at the bar and had a beer, and it was just two guys who were talking commodities prices. And what my story did was look at it. And in fact, that's actually where the story began for me in the reporting was I had done a lot of reporting on air business efforts in a effort in a private equity fund in Africa. And in that reporting what I discovered was that he had mostly just lost his own money. It poured anywhere from thirty five to fifty million dollars in his own money and lost almost all of it. And so it seemed odd to me that he was saying to congress the Emirati said, hey, you you're in the commodities business, and this Russian banker who manages eight billion dollar sovereign wealth fund is also in the commodities business. You have a lot to talk about. And what struck me was that. They had nothing. To talk about one was a guy who had managed to lose his own money at a small amount relative to two world, finance and other is one of the biggest sovereign wealth bankers in the world. So unless they're passing passing messages between two entities, they really had nothing to talk about and that sort of began my journey through Erik prince's last ten years as a businessman career Mitchell. Dimitre who is the chief very close associate as well to President Putin. That's right. So talk about I mean president. Eric prints with was with Donald Trump the night. He was elected very close to him. Again. This brother of Betsy DeVos talk about his plan to privatize the war enough ghanistan sure with Trump's election prince was back in the game. And he had been out for ten eight years for the the entire Obama administration and the Trump administration which was largely backed by the Mercer family during the campaign also close to the prince family Bannon Breitbart, all people that air prince was close to. Air print saw an opportunity here to get back into government contracting. And his plan was to private was to pull US troops out of Afghantistan in their in their entirety and replace them with something like the what he called the East India corporation. That's what he compared it to and that the US should have a viceroy, and that someone like air prints should be the viceroy and put together a private military that would do work with the Afghan army and that proposal, which he plugged in op-eds and television was landed very poorly inside the national security establishment in the US. It also landed very poorly in Afghanistan where Afghan president off Ghani said under no circa under no circumstances will air prince or a private military foreign military be allowed to operate in Afghanistan. You also have this latest report from writers over the last several months Princess sought investment and political support for. And operation involving Venezuela from influential Trump supporters and wealthy Venezuelan 'exiles and private meetings in the US and Europe. Prince sketched out a plan to field up to five thousand soldiers for hire on behalf of N as well and opposition leader Guido, according to sources with direct knowledge of Princess pitch. You know, what makes air print? So unique is that there are very few Merican who have the wealth and the political power and his experience. So that someone who is really never worked for the government or been part of government is taken. So seriously whenever there is or wherever there is a conflict a hotspot around the world air prints travels the world almost weekly going to capitals meeting with countries leaders selling a mercenary concept paramilitary arm, and what he tries to do is own every piece of supply chain for conflict. And so it was no surprise shocking. But as no surprise that he had a plan for Venezuela. One. Hopes and part of the reason why I worked on the story for so long one hopes that by understanding how incompetent he is a business man, and as a manager for these programs that no one would trust him to to give him that kind of responsibility or the money to pay for something like this. You broke news with this part of the peace during the two thousand sixteen election. He became involved with James O'Keefe in project, very task group conservative provocateurs specialize in using hidden camera footage and secret recording. Yeah. And this was again what I was saying about him coming back sort of domestically was as he failed abroad. He started to look at politics and come back home. And what he did was he found like minded groups. He had been pitched years before to be an investor in Isreaeli intelligence company called black Ube got notoriety during the metoo movement. Hashtag me too movement with Harvey Weinstein investigations who and they are former Israeli intelligence operatives who act and pose as people's journalists to try to gather information usually for dirt. And it's a. Hire them to try to once a lawyer hired them to try to figure out what journalists who were digging into the story new and to try to see if they could stop the stories, and so prince has merged essentially with Project Veritas, James O'Keefe and provided them with training from former spies to teach them surveillance Elissa tation weapons training. He brought them out after the election. He brought them out to his family ranch in Wyoming and gave them weapons training. And what he has now is a team of dedicated people who have some training in being undercover. And the question is to what end Project Veritas because after groups like planned, parent, right? But I actually think that what we're going to see. In fact, we we have some indication ready that Erik prince's using Project Veritas to target his political enemies or political enemies of the Trump administration or his political associates. And so that becomes the question is what is he doing with them? How are they going to be used? Used what are they capable of? And as he has been sort of denied the ability to sell let's tanks or planes. He's now trying to sell undercover intelligence operatives but not for covert war for American politics. And that's what makes him particularly dangerous. We're gonna do partout of this discussion and it online at democracy now dot org. Matthew Cole investigative journalists for the intercept link to his piece complete mercenary how Eric prince use the rise of Trump to make an improbable comeback. Not doesn't broadcast. Happy birthday. Dennis moynahan democracy. Now has a job opening for full-time pay digital social media fellowship, though. The democracy now dot work for details. I mean Goodman, thanks for joining.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"But the two sides for their own reasons. Desire to get rid of these problems on on this on the conservative side on the Republican side. You might say you've got secondment avocats, you've got people who want freedom to carry whatever arm or whatever tool they want and on the other side of the equation. We have criminal Justice reform, which appeals to folks whose whose constituents are often disproportionately affected by knife arrests, and that sort of thing, and that has that that's a a very different political legis. Slative situation than the NRA. Second amendment community finds itself with firearms. I mean, we we have bills where we have the NRA in the ACLU both supporting our bills, you just don't don't find that in many other legislative situations. And it's something we've worked very hard on. And it's one of the reasons for our success in that, you know, we've got something to gain for everybody involved in this. I mean, does it work all the time? No. But it works. Most of the time. I mean, we we couldn't get twenty nine bills passed in the few years we've been doing this. If we weren't getting bipartisan support, so the knife laws that you seek to reform in a static and forgotten state as you come across them, or are they becoming more and more draconian are people writing new knife laws? Oh, yes. There's about ten. And tonight bills that we've stopped over the last nine years there are there are few. We weren't successful at. But most of what we're doing is rolling back anti knife laws that either came out of civil war era when when many of the southern tier states were trying to keep daggers and Bouli knives. And and that sort of thing out of the hands of of the recently freed blacks, or they come out of the nineteen fifties where we have the switchblade gravity knife bands in that sort of thing so very very little knife legislation. Occur anti knife legislation occurred except for those periods. Not that. There wasn't any. But those are the two periods where when we go back and look at the laws that were repealing. That's that's where that came from. You know, when when we when we repeal the ban on carrying a buoy knife in. Texas in twenty seventeen week when we talked to Texas legislators they were like, what do you mean? You can't carry a buoy knife in Texas. We're like, you know, you go back and look what happened after the civil war. And you see. Oh, well, yeah, we need to fix that. These bands have no rational, no rational basis, let let's let's be real millions of Americans use and carry knives. Every day at home were recreation. Every once in a while, they're awfully used as an arm and self defense, but mostly we're doing with tools tools that are Caisley in our, but which are overwhelmingly used as tools like hammers every once in a while someone will hit someone on the head with one. But on the whole they're used to put nails into wood there you it's frustrating at times. We've certainly had our. Setbacks, but we we just keep plugging away Texas this season. This will be our fourth session in Texas, Texas legislature, only meet every other year, which has its good and bad points. Good point is legislator legislation. Can't get screwed up. Every year. The bad thing is you can't fix things every year. Tennessee took two years Kansas took two years Oklahoma to it's you know, you you keep plugging away one of the secrets of our successes, which don't give up politics chains. People change if you keep coming at it and you keep working hard at it. You know, most times you're going to if if if if nothing else you're either going to wear them down or enough things change that they're going to offer you an opportunity and part of our successes being nimble enough to take care of the opportunities when they offered themselves. So you mentioned up logical. Approach frequently can garner bipartisan support, what kind of public support the does knife rights. Enjoy just from your average Joe not enough. Okay. We we we can always use more financial support. I mean Todd night both two thousand miles a year. It is not inexpensive. But the reason we get things done is is we show up most of the people that you're talking to. And we're talking to right now are not an issue. They get it Ives retool. Yep. Casually used as an art. We have had a surprisingly good luck working with journalists from both the left in the right when mother Jones, and and the Washington Post and the New York Times are, you know, running articles that are not particularly bad in actually pretty good in many respects. We're getting our
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on The Big Story
"It's you got they got there when they got there. And they gotta work it out with Toronto police on their own even beyond the church community. This seemed like a crime that kind of horrified everybody why did? Everybody in Toronto become captivated by the MacArthur case. Yeah, this is certainly one that gripped everybody. I don't think only in the city, I think really coast to coast. Yeah. But particularly in the city for obvious reasons. I mean, look LGBTQ community because it directly impacted them and members of their community, then you have to remember that MacArthur was a landscaper. So he was working at dozens of properties across the GTE. So it's it's possible. If you own a home in Scarborough or Togo or new market or wherever he possibly did work on your property in are there if you had kids, and they were running around playing outside or something. And he was there, you know, let's kind of thing that can potentially keep you up at night, or at least give you the shivers was entwined with the city. Yeah. He was he was a mall Santa in twenty seventeen weeks before he was arrested for murder. He was the mall Santa at age Cornell and Scarborough, so there is parents out there who potentially had his photo up on their fridge with their kids sitting on his lap. You know, and then, you know, just two or three weeks later you're looking at. That photo. And that guy is in prison awaiting trial for murder. I it's it's one of those things that can really rattle your rain and kind of scare you in effect you and even if you weren't directly impacted by the landscaping or the mall Santa or being part of the Q community. He has that we've all seen that photo of him smiling. Niagara Falls, you know, he just looks like a guy that, you know, even people that knew him say that he was really friendly guy. He's a really jovial guy. So it kind of creates that you do you really ever know somebody what is a lesson that the police the city and everyone else can take away from how this happened. And why it was so long to be discovered. Vo, you know. I think I think there's lots of lessons that can be learned in even detective Dickinson side that there's a lot of lessons to be learned. I think you know, they have to really work on Trump has to work on the relationship with the LGBTQ community. I think that when people are making those types of cries, maybe you have to really look seriously at it a little quicker, and I mean, it's easy for us to say because we're not sure on police, right? We don't know how often people are calling them saying that something's going. When someone goes missing, everybody calls, the police, sure. But it's it's there's there's a lot to be learned here in terms of heating people's warnings paying attention to certain communities police once they were on MacArthur trailed really did a good job in terms of tracking down and arresting them. And and you know, all the evidence they put together. But I think this is a case that isn't closed by any means because even you know detective Dickinson talked about how they're still looking into cold cases. They're still talking to other jurisdictions because they don't know because MacArthur hasn't really helped them out. That was my next question. Right. So he pled guilty to eight murders. Right for almost a year. We kept hearing the police are back searching for more remains in. There may be more victims does that stop. Now what happens next? So a number of times over the last year or some of my colleagues when inspector it's anger has spoken to us..
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On on job markets. So. David. Another advertisement will talk about some of these things in the lecture. But. I think that's an area where there's an awful lot to be done to better understand the dynamics of opportunity in a world where labor markets are changing. So so radically, then we're Nikki Janet Yellen. Jay Powell, thank you very much. Thank you. You've been listening to Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell former chair Janet Yellen and former chair Ben Bernanke speaking at the American economic association conference in Atlanta, Georgia, they were speaking and being interviewed by Neil Irwin of the New York Times and markets seem to love what they heard right now. Stocks are trading near the highs of their session. The P five hundred is up more than two and a half percent. Dow Jones industrial average up more than six hundred and twenty points. That's an increase of more than two and three quarters of a percent. And the NASDAQ is higher by more than three and a half percent with gainers outpacing decliners by more than ten to one. I'm Pimm FOX along with Lisa Abramowicz or broadcasting from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios and Lisa I thought it was very interesting. The comments from all three of these experts when it comes to how the Federal Reserve operates in the United States and in the world and particularly. That the integration of financial economics and macroeconomics and how financial conditions affect the economy that these changes are the top priority for the fed. Yeah. Indeed. Although what the markets are taking away the big takeaway, certainly for markets was that fed chair Powell said that he would be open to reconsidering the balance sheet roll off that they are currently engaged in that while he wants it to be like paint drying. It is not in a predetermined course. And that that he would be willing to reevaluate if conditions due to warrant this is very much what the market seems to be taking away. Let's get the opinion of Jason Shankar, pre president of prestige economics and chairman of the futurist institute. Also, a Bloomberg opinion columnist joining us now Jason what was your big takeaway from from this panel. Well, you know, I. They didn't come at a better time really because Doug fest twenty nineteen which is what they should be called. I think is well-needed at a time with there's a lot of risk and uncertainty and concern about the fact that the fed is tightening rates and still has these only three week old relatively hawkers set a forecast for what they're gonna do at a time that financial markets have been very very concerned about what's going to happen next. And I think that as we look there is still a concern there are risks for the year for your head. And I think there is you know, palette mentioned that that is going to be like twenty sixteen. You know, I think that we see contractions in business investment this year. But it's the consumer that's going to be strong. That's going to be really critical Yellen pointed out that's two two-thirds plus the economy, and after today's John's number, you know, you have to be optimistic that we're going to get some groceries here. Even if it's slower than last year because the consumer the job market is in a really good place. Jason shankar. For a while the excuse me, while the panel was going on the dollar weakening against all major currencies against the euro, one fourteen and the pound sterling one twenty seven twenty at the Japanese yen level, one eight twenty five and Canadian dollar really moving higher against the US dollar one. Thirty four d believe that the comments about the balance sheet will have lasting effects on the movement of the US dollar. Yes. So I think there's two things here. Take one is. I our opinion has been the feds overly hawkish last year October twenty seventeen weeks for four rate hikes for twenty eighteen and and we didn't see any for twenty nineteen at that time. Even now, we see one at most in one if any because there's actually likely to be a base effect pushing inflation lower in the year hit so even if we from each relatively strong, we think that lower oil prices year on year could dampen some of the inflationary pressures and reduce the need for the to raise rates anyway. And that's before any of the market risks became placed in is everything on the table. Everything's always on the table. So that that isn't necessarily a new thing but on a day where the wage inflation was at three point two percent of accelerated from last month the highest since April two thousand nine. You've done a lot of wage inflation. It's a bit of a concern. You couldn't have a better day for for folks who are bears the dollar for folks who are worried about the economy than to have to set chairman in the pasture chairs talking about a potentially not being all that hawkish pretty outlook. Jason one big question of the day, in my opinion. One that's going to be nine at a lot of market. Participants going forward is why is it that this economy is so strong and people are saying the US can continue going it alone, even as the rest of the world slows why is it that market participants react, so strongly at the suggestion of a tightening fed if the US economy was this strong, shouldn't it be able to withstand sort of normalization of fed policy. It should writing series. But the question is, you know, there are there are real issues here that you see interest rates going up housing slows auto slow business. Investments slows Equipment's going to slow those kinds of things slowing will will drastically reduce the new gross pace. But you look even if you look at the forecast, they see the unemployment rate going up from here and the only way it goes up as growth slows, and you know, what I mean? I think this is part of the cycle as it is. Should it be able to handle more, maybe? But right now, they don't know, you know, this is sort of an experiment to in situ where we don't really know what's going to happen. And they're testing things along the way. Jason Shankar a Ben Bernanke. Former chair of the Federal Reserve said that long-term low interest rates low long-term interest rates around the world since the financial crisis have made the job of central banking, more difficult. Can you comment on that? I mean, there's a couple things around this. Right. I mean, you look there were folks who've made managing director at some of the world's biggest investment banks who had at the time where they need D had never seen a fed rate hike had never seen interest rates above zero. So what happens is this your first point about mixing financial market understanding with macroeconomic theory. What happens if you have practitioners who've never seen a recession has never seen a downturn? Never seen interest rate hikes, it increases uncertainty because decision makers in funds and corporations are really going to be looking at their their first chance of these things that introduces uncertainty and risk in terms of actual corporate actions, capital allocations, and and other dynamics within financial economy. Right now. I just want to bring you up to speed because we are seeing a very big rally in US equity markets. The NASDAQ is up three point seven percent. Ten year. Treasury yields are experiencing their biggest sell-off by at least one measure in at least a year. So Jason I'm just wondering going forward here. What do we need to see to sustain this rally in risk assets? And sort of the the pain that we're seeing in the safe bond. Well, I think the most important thing from a technical standpoint in the equity markets for the last five years it's been one hundred twenty day moving average will well below that on the NASDAQ. And the Dow if we were to go back above that. I think there'd be a lot more room above. But right now, we're still in a in a zone that's reflecting a lot of pressure uncertainty and risk. I think as we look forward at the data housing data is going to be important auto date is going to be important in business investment in the watch that line item in the next couple of GDP airports. I think that's gonna be really really important because there's a lot of risk there as you see higher interest rates. I think companies. But a lot of their purchases into twenty eighteen present some downside risks to those sectors in twenty nine hundred Ben Bernanke, he is said that expansions don't die of old age that they get murdered. Do you agree? Well, you know, I think it might be more that they die unexpectedly. Right. And and Brennan kit and probably did it reference sort of what the expectations were before the financial crisis. And here, we are, you know, ten years plus later, I think that it comes as a surprise to many win the things go bad. They tend to go bad a lot more quickly than people in -ticipant. And so it doesn't die of old age. It's sort of end swiftly once the smart money knows that the party's over. Thanks very much for being with us. Jason Schenker is the president of prestige economics. He also the chairman of the futures institute and a Bloomberg opinion contributor based in Austin, Texas, and you can follow Jason and his work on Twitter at prestige econ today is just really quite a day, Pimm. Yes. You're seeing moves higher in all of the major indices right now Dow Jones industrial average. Two and a half percent as some five hundred a gain of nearly two and three quarters of a percent. And the NASDAQ is adding more than three and a half percent and your date. The NASDAQ is up just under one percent. You're listening to Bloomberg markets. I'm Pimm FOX along with Lisa Abramowicz. This is Bloomberg radio. This is a blue. It's a great time.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Why would we doing that regional kickers because Sunday was one of the worst? We had ever ever seen. Listen there were nineteen mistakes including field goals and extra points. But the mazing thing is that wasn't the worst ever that was to away from tying the most mistakes in a single week since the extra point was moved back in two thousand fifteen week thirteen two thousand sixteen week sixteen and twenty seventeen weeks sixteen each at twenty one really I thought for sure yesterday was going to be the worst. Holy smokes. And it was in bunch. It was bad. It was really bad in Cleveland and get into that a little bit later Brown fans. We feel your pain believe me we do. But it was also felt quite extensively in the second tie of the season, by the way. Again, we said first time since nineteen seventy one that was before we had overtime. Four ties were a lot more common. Yeah. They were because we didn't have overtime to decide those games. It's time for straight talk. Now brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. So Green Bay and Minnesota finish up in a twenty nine twenty nine tie at Lambeau Field. And you say, oh, it's a tie. Well, both teams got to feel the same. No. If you're the Vikings, you're happy to walk out of the with a tight, even though you had a chance to win. And if you're Green Bay, you knew you had a double digit lead in the fourth quarter at home, and you couldn't seal the deal. That's a problem. Yeah. That definitely is a problem. I mean era, we weren't even sure verragio is going to start in practice all week. He doesn't need practice. All we. I loved it where they said what did you practice on Saturday? Yeah. Practice on Saturday practice. Get on Saturday is eating the correct Donut. That's brought into the. The locker room, but he came out there. The dude is just unbelievable. It is ridiculous. How good he is. And he was he was winning this game. You know, this is a Minnesota defense at I said, even if even if he had started just started I thought this Minnesota defense would sell put too much pressure on him. He moved just well enough in that pocket to do what he normally does. And even again, it's without a great running game that I don't know if they're ever going to have. But if you have it's still just solidifies if you have Aaron Rodgers you have a chance to win every single game you're in nine for nine against the blitz for eighty seven yards. This is just what this guy does. And so you had all that you had the defense step up in some crucial moments on that game on the other side for the Vikings. Kirk cousins continues to look pretty strong made some impression through impressive throes of his own right? But for this game, and we all know this and everyone who's around football long enough. And especially when you're inside a locker you see so many instances when they turn on the tape where you're. Going to say we could have won and lost games. And certainly listen Daniel Carlson for the Vikings is going to have to wear the kicker. This is unfortunately, a place where they've got some history of kickers in big situations that games sort of robbing their chances of going forward. But we know this is going to come down to from larger vantage point to the NFL in all signs are going to point to that. Roughing the passer hit called on clay, Matthew. Absolutely. Here was listen. That was a clay Matthews hit Kirk cousins. And there was interception. Yes. And the interception would have sealed the game would have been a game. And it was overturned because clay Matthews hit the quarterback, and they say they drove him into the ground. That was the second time in two weeks that clay Matthews has been called that happened. Also in the Sunday night season opener against the bears afterwards. Klay was asked about the game. And let's just say he couldn't figure out the rule either. I know say this is. I'll.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on WWL
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"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on The 404 Show
"Yeah it's been it's been a great year don't get me wrong and obviously only their offense bid right but i would yeah again it's it's all i just like to try to keep look at things a little scientifically unlike try to not only does it well the you know the bad you juegos sir out now that's not that's not fouls on people sought that's not what's happened so if there's anything to take away from this briefs sort of i don't know appetizer to the podcast it's night yes look forward to twenty seventeen week we sure as hell are but but don't don't live under the the misconception that things are just going to be better i don't look for too much i think the twenty seventh in you can do it a little bit but he right is it for me to be like that sort of guy day be the change you want to see in the world how about that i just i want i think everybody could use a little of reality these days and i know it's the holiday season i know everybody's trying to stay positive but let's just lost versus get a little dose of reality and understand the situation where and and and and and and maybe leave it at that dude you are you with me there us yeah like it alright let's get to the topic at hand what's up a little fun well we ignore but the scola's fall in so so movies better ruined by monitored knowledge it this is a tough this is a tough line to walk right this is a very difficult thing to kind of get through shit if only because i do feel like there is i'm really copacetic guidelines like you can't just say so lore to the ring you know they make sure you can just fedex the rain and to him out doom and be done with it right like you can just get it there i don't want people to to do that i think the fine line and now used my a quick essential example the fine line is like the entire film is built upon the notion that they just can't get in touch with kevin they can get.
"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"twenty seventeen weeks" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
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