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"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Goodyear. Bridgestone fires don't be of Good Ridge, General Uniroyal Continental and more every name brand Tyra that guaranteed lowest. Price. Nobody beats town Bear tire, Nobody. Good morning, It's 9 26 and just a few minutes away from the opening bell on Wall Street, So there's talk of another federal stimulus package, and there's also talking about oven approval for a Corona virus vaccine. And yet the stock market seems to be struggling just ahead of the opening bell. Let's check in with WBC's Dave Caruso for some insight. What's going on, Dave? Yeah, that is good and say, Jeff, you know if we were talking about last week, we had a four day win streak, although it didn't really feel like it, And we're looking at the Dow right now. It's actually down 12,000 off of its march low, So we've actually done a little bit better. But looking at this morning, you wouldn't think so. Right now. Dad looks to be somewhere between down 50 and 100, so we're kind of struggling a little bit. S and P s struggling a little bit down between seven and 12 on the futures there as that down somewhere between four and eight. It's also on what's going on with future. So I think what we're seeing right now and you hit on the head. I mean, this is really about what's going on with the covert 19 cases and the rises. We all know about that. We've got new stimulus details that are expected by Friday. Maybe sooner, but Again. Something has to be done about that. We're having issues with California with their shutdowns and the restaurants and you know what do they do, So they're stuck in a pickle is well, so the rules continue to shift on looking at it. You know, we've got a Herculean task that we're dealing with right now, In the hope of the vaccines in the distributions over the next quarter's we've got Operation War speed. Hopefully that's a little faster, Azzawi go on, but you know, we've got these vaccine. We have doses. There's a lot of success with can be there, but we're struggling. We just got a long haul. And I think right now we're kind of fighting through this thing. And Again. We need some money to come in and get going on and get these get these dollars from the stimulus money coming in so that we can get work, so I can tell you what What in Washington's getting with getting paid, So why shouldn't everyone else get this? Of course. I think there's a lot of frustration going on right now. Looking at stocks AIPO Airbnb. It's It's up 42 billion higher than expected and I Po Eastman Kodak back again with an 80% rise with that government loan coming up as well. Insist Go looks to be buying some UK software cover, so there's a lot going on the problems. We need to get some of these activity and your markets it. Let's go. Dave Caruso. Thank you. It's 9 28. He made us a renter's insurance for the stuff you love because it's worth owning. It's worth protecting from the unexpected that electric guitar worth it that big.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the south outside of 4 95 between 105 and route 28 in Middleborough, So watch out for slowdowns there. Tory grandee WBC's traffic on the three and often a cold foot here in Boston this morning. Let's check the four day WBZ Jackie weather forecasts right now and meteorologist Dean before we entered. This is day seven of meteorological winter, the three coldest months of the year. We're in the heart of solar winner. This were two weeks today from the solstice, so that means the The next four weeks with lowest sun angles we see in the least amount of sunlight we see over the course of the 52 weeks of the year. So what son we will see is ineffective to get us much past 35 36 37 maybe a few response into the upper thirties. Not as much wind today Jeff that's appreciated because that one has been Really nasty and all these storms and whatnot. Then the breeze picks up tomorrow We're still in the thirties. Real feels a little colder overall. Tomorrow, teens and twenties and then maybe a few snow showers. Wednesdays some sunny breaks. We're going to get milder for a couple of days, Upper forties and then it was like rain in for the weekend. I thank you with meteorologist need aboard WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 30 in Boston, looking for name brand tires. Town Fair attire has them all Michelin Goodyear. Bridgestone fires don't be of Good Ridge, General Uniroyal Continental and more every name brand Tyra that guaranteed lowest. Price. Nobody beats town Bear tire, Nobody. Good morning, It's 9 26 and just a few minutes away from the opening bell on Wall Street, So there's talk of another federal stimulus package, and.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lights down past 4 95. In the same idea with 24 north down past 4 95 in Raynham miking WBC's traffic on the three Now a check of the four day after weather forecasters Brian Plenty of clouds for tonight. Rain lover spread the area early this evening and then continue through the overnight a low down to 43 coming very windy tomorrow with rain heavy at times, 45 early than temperatures will fall. The winds will gust a size 50 to 60 MPH near the coast. And there can be flooding on roads and in poor drainage areas. Now the rain will switch over to snow is the temperature's dropped tomorrow afternoon. That'll end tomorrow evening's snow could come down hard for a time and leave by 1 to 3 inches downtown and at the coast, 3 to 6 inches just inland. 6 to 10 inches. Actually north and west of 4 95. Now we'll get very stay very windy. Tomorrow night's will see lows around 31 with gusts over 40 MPH brisk and cold Sunday and Monday with some sun highs in the thirties. I thank you about the meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 51 in Nashua, New Hampshire. 56. Right now, in Abington. It is 53 Hang on 53 degrees in Boss looking for name Brand tires. Town Fair tire has them all Michelin Goodyear. Bridgestone fires don't be of Good Ridge, General Uniroyal Continental and more. Every neighbor entire that guaranteed lowest price. Nobody beats town Bear tire, nobody for 25, wrapping up a week on Wall Street and the start of the month of December. Christine Armstrong's executive director of Morgan Stanley in Boston, joins us now. You know, the numbers have been pretty good. We set some records. Are we at the end of the road here? Where would be a correction?.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It is 103. And we're gonna take a look out west, where the pike has a left lane flooded, eastbound and westbound between Newton Corner and Route 16, where crews are trying to clear that out now route to an Arlington completely flooded by route 60 in both directions. Work crews on the way. Route nine's okay north of the city, 93 is wide open Route One is an easy ride up Castle in Fields Tunnel Route three's fine south of the city Expressway. At the speed limit again do the wet roads and patches of puddles and heavy rains still you down on the upper end of route 24 Rue three and 95. Downtown on the pikey have delays both ways. With two lanes taken through the potential tunnel east found the pike is then closed at exit. 22 Copley Square. Your detoured off right there. No delays in the airport tunnels. But the left lane has taken inbound and outbound on the Ted Williams Tunnel. This report sponsored by the Empire State Building, looking for a safe way to have an adventure. The Empire State Building Observatory is open. Join them now and enjoy great outdoor open air 360 degree view Security. A reservation today at Empire State building dot com. Open daily availability is limited. Rain and wind 62 degrees. Steve Perez WBZ traffic on the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast on this Tuesday morning with a gusty wind. It'll be quite mild. There will, however, be showers and thunderstorm, which could lead to flooding of some poor drainage areas, Streets and highways. Our temperatures will be close to 60 at daybreak, and those showers and storms should wrap up before dawn later on today, a brief shower in spots early, otherwise windy and vile, with clouds and a few sunny breaks the high around 60 this morning temperatures will fall through the fifties this afternoon. Risk in turning colder tonight with patchy clouds Low 38 tomorrow chili of intervals of sun and clouds High 45 Thursday Sunny and blustery high 48 Evacuate the meteorologist. Car Bobinsky WBZ Boston's news Radio looking for name brand tires. Town. Fair tire has them all Michelin Goodyear. Bridgestone fires don't be of Good Ridge, General Uniroyal Continental and more every name brand tyrant that guaranteed lowest price. Nobody beats town Bear.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Com slash high impact terms and conditions apply. Kevin Brennan. W B Z is traffic on the threes. Right, Kevin? Thank you. Guess who's here? He's back with the forecasting DeVore. We've got fire. Frost winds, you name it. It sounds like ah, kind of a fantasy show here, right? Yes. Got all along all of the things going on. But, yeah, we've got the wind is still going to how a little bit today not to the damaging extent of yesterday, but there could be some gusts. 30 to 40 MPH. It's been awfully dry, excessive drought in parts of our area. So we're looking at the wildfire danger still high high today Just we didn't know some places at most got Maybe two tenses or quarter of an inch of rain. A lot of places got a lot less than that with those showers yesterday. Tonight. It's going to get chilly. The inland spots where the wind dies down a bit. It's going to get frosty. We got frost advisories out closer to the coast. It's the little breezy and we'll stay in little forties there. Low sixties tomorrow, not his windy Nice day Saturday, Laurie. A little summer reprieve here, loaded mid seventies and then cooler back in the sixties as clouds increase as we go through the day on Sunday, I make you with meteorologist need aboard a BBC Boston's NewsRadio dean. Thank you so much for joining us Live there right now, Sonny everywhere really beautiful In terms of that sunshine, clear skies. Winds kicking up to 20 miles an hour right now in places like Boston and P Town. Aching for name brand tires. Town Retire Has them all Michelin Goodyear. Bridgestone fires Don't be a good ridge, General Uniroyal Continental and more every name brand tired that guaranteed lowest price. Nobody beats town Bear tire. Nobody.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To learn more about adoption and find out how you can be a perfect parent to one of the teens in foster care steeper as the BBC twenty four hour traffic network John ferric with the accu weather forecast partly to mostly cloudy tonight areas of fog later on little fifty eight to sixty two clouds of fog give way to sunshine tomorrow breezy and very warm hi eighty two eighty six exception south coast Cape and islands will be no higher in the mid upper seventies mostly cloudy mild overnight low sixty three breezy warm Thursday clouds and sun on your radio showers likely on Saturday and will dry out and turn cooler on Sunday I'm accu weather meteorologist John fear WBZ Boston news radio mostly clear sixty six St Boston WBZ news radio and the United Way have teamed up to help the communities of greater Boston by providing financial assistance to those experiencing hardships due to the corona virus outbreak for help dial two one one from your cell phone to be connected to a local United Way agency to make a donation visit WBZ ten thirty dot com slash United Way United way's network will help distribute emergency financial assistance from the cold feet nineteen family support fund visit WBZ ten thirty dot com slash United Way for more information and remember we're all in this together Hey it's Jeff brown say hello to my friends at window nation and look into getting the new windows that your house needs and the windows that you really deserve they are deferring all payments for the next two years and they don't even want your money down right now in fact they'll go beyond that offering up to fifty percent off all of their window prices all of their styles he'll meet with you in your home or do a virtual video presentation either way what are you waiting for call them at eight six six ninety nation today or visit window nation dot com looking for name brands hires town fair tire at the mall Michelin Goodyear Bridgestone Firestone BFGoodrich general Uniroyal continental more every name brand tires at guaranteed lowest price nobody beats town fair tire he eleven oh seven Wall Street Dow gaining five hundred thirty closing at twenty four thousand nine hundred ninety five S. and P. rose thirty six the nasdaq up sixteen winning mass daily lottery numbers drawn tonight three seven six five thirty seven sixty five sports National Hockey League to abandon the rest of the regular season go right to the playoffs twenty four teams if able to resume play amid the continuing pandemic them reunite side continues now I'm not tough WBZ Boston news radio GDS folks.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So Taylor, one of the most fascinating stories in the magazine this week takes place in China and it has to do with a think tank, essentially, I did not see this one coming. Well, I really liked it, especially in the midst of where we are today within the trade fights and learning a little bit more about Xi Jinping, the president of China and sort of his thoughts on everything that's going on, particularly as it comes to China's domestic economy. Matt cable is one of the authors of this story joins us from Singapore. So Matt, how did you come onto the sort? Well, what's been going on, with this think tank, who are called the Uniroyal institute of economics is something that's been known about among people in the economics community in China among sort of China watchers in the west. So what has been happening to these guys is not a secret and they were and are. Quite prominent among the more influential of the think, tank community in China, very rare independent economic policy voice, and so they're silencing or they're near silencing something that, that was really noticed among those who care about what's going on in the Chinese economy and talk to me about the transformation of universal if you will from really how it was a decade ago to really in the most recent years under president Xi Jinping and sort of held that is changed. Well, taylor. This is an organization that attained a sort of mainstream status for quite a while, as China opened up in the nineties, and remained open in the two thousands. They were part of the intellectual conversation around economics. They also had a consulting business that had clients who included government ministries in certain cases. So this is a group who had every expectation expectation that they had attained a sort of center. Falati to the discussion in China's certain protection from the vagaries of political repression and found that very rapidly taken away over the last few years. Well, and Matt, as you so, well, described in your story, well, regarded in China's seemingly, and also very well connected throughout the rest of the world, the central figure who you spoke with he was visiting scholar at Harvard, I believe, and a well known name among economic circles, as you said, at the top, what have people outside of China's said as this rapid fall from grace has happened. Well, Jason as you mentioned now show, who, who was one of the co founders of Uniroyal, he's now ninety years old. Has has something of a following both in China and the west done twenty twelve he was given an award by the Cato Institute, very prominent libertarian think tank in Washington and among the sort of libertarian center, right economics community. He's quite well known as you can imagine. There is a lot of distress with happened at Uniroyal in the economics world scholars who studied the Chinese economy are very upset at this voice, potentially going quiet and also concerned about what it means and what it signals about the scope for rational, and, and factual economic debate within China and the ability to do. So in a way, that's not vetted by the government. Well, in a lot of they've quieting of the voice really does come from one percent right in, that's China's president Xi Jinping. How has his personality sort of come to light, as you were researching the story and really, how he's been really the driving influence of this. Well, taylor. There has been a significant narrowing in China of the space for civil society of all kinds over the last several years. I think many of the people who look at this very closely with say that these were trends, that probably slightly predated Xi Jinping taking power in two thousand twelve but they've certainly excel A-Rated over the last several years. This is happening with NGOs. It's happening with the press. It is happening with public life in general that the, the avenues for speech for debate for analysis that don't run through the government and run through the communist party are just getting smaller and smaller, and unit rule is one of the organizations that's been squeezed incredibly hard, as those shrink. And so, you know, within the story Matt, you know, you have some descriptions of this guy, currently, I mean, it's sort of chilling all almost the way you. Scribe where he is his life, you know, the conversation, even with his wife in terms of what he should be saying what he what he shouldn't be saying is there, any sense that this may change going forward? Any hope that maybe the government relented a little bit. Well, that's very interesting question one thing we've seen in the last six months is a bit more and noise from the Chinese president Xi Jinping and other senior officials about praising entrepreneurship praising markets, beginning to de-emphasized somewhat the promotion of state owned enterprises that we saw prior to that. So it does seem like there is a slate shift in tone. Some of that may be spurred by pressure from Washington as you know, Trump ministration, very much wants market oriented reforms in China. So the atmosphere is changing a little bit, but the will not change or certainly is very. Likely to change is the notion that to speak from anything, but the government songbook is dangerous and needs to be stopped, so internal repression has ramped up in many respects, this is just one of them, but it does interact in interesting ways with the broader economic picture in China and indeed with the trade war, well, and going along with, that, there were some other think tanks in the story that you mentioned consensus net. I believe thinking transition institute had they had a similar stories universal in terms of that chilling effect that Jason describes about really allowing you to have freedom of speech, if you will. Well, there have been a number of other examples of organizations, or, or independent media outlets being silenced or marginalized in China. That has happened several occasions, it's happened particularly the NGO world. But one of the interesting things about Uniroyal Taylor. Is that they are. They're still in business. This is a country where the government wants to shut you down. They can shut you down and indeed, they can put you in jail, if they really want. But Uniroyal has not had that happen to them. They're still up and running, although just barely hanging on the staff are walking free. They are occasionally harassed a little bit. But they are, certainly not in jail. And so that, that I think speaks to an important point about what is going on in China, which is there are limits. There are often places where the government does not want to go. There are ways to influence what happens and Uniroyal is an example of the fact that this is a this is a country where the avenues for speech are certainly narrowing. It's not always quite a black and white mixture. Matthew Campbell and Jason. This story was so interesting because it was really. A lot of these economists that had tied to Boston, the Cato Institute and Harvard and really being shunned by China now. Right. 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"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Join the San Diego zoo, global wildlife conservancy, and be a part of the team that a fighting to end up extinction by supporting conservation efforts you can affect change, including Gerard rehabilitation anti-poaching patrols and re release of often and injured arrives. Conservation, happens one animal, and one person at a time. Join us now at end extinction dot org. This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Jason Kellyanne Taylor Ricks from Bloomberg radio. So Taylor, one of the most fascinating stories in the magazine this week takes place in China. And it has to do with a think tank, essentially, I did not see this one coming. Well, I really liked it, especially in the midst of where we are today within the trade fights and learning a little bit more about Xi Jinping, the president of China and sort of his thoughts on everything that's going on, particularly as it comes to China's domestic economy. Matt Campbell is one of the authors of this story joins us from Singapore. So Matt, how did you come onto the sort? Well, what's been going on with this think tank who called the Uniroyal institute of economics? It's something that's been known about among people in the economics community in China among sort of China watchers in the west. So what has been happening to these guys is not a secret? And they were. And are quite prominent among the more influential of the think, tank community in China, very rare independent economic policy voice, and so they're silencing or they're near silence thing. I was something that, that was really noticed among those who care about what's going on in the Chinese economy, and talk to me about the transformation of universal if you will from really how it was a decade ago to really in the most recent years under president Xi Jinping and sort of held that is changed. Well, taylor. This is an organization that attained a sort of mainstream status for quite a while, as China opened up in the nineties, and remained open in the two thousands. They were part of the intellectual conversation around economics. They also had a consulting business that had clients who included government ministries in certain cases. So this is a group who had every expectation that they had attained. A sort of centrality to the discussion in China's certain protection from the vagaries of political repression and found that very rapidly taken away over the last few years. Well, Matt, as you so, well, described in your story, well, regarded in China's seemingly, and also very well connected throughout the rest of the world, the central figure who you spoke with he was visiting scholar at Harvard, I believe, and a well known name among economic circles, as you said, at the top, what has people outside of China's said as this rapid fall from grace has happened. Well, Jason as you mentioned about your show, who, who is one of the co founders of Uniroyal, he's now ninety years old has something of a following both in China and the west twenty twelve he was given an award by the Cato Institute, very prominent libertarian think tank in Washington and among the sort of. Libertarian center, right economics community. He's quite well known as you can imagine. There is a lot of distress. What's happened at Uniroyal in the economics? World scholars who studied the Chinese economy are very upset at this voice, potentially going quiet and also concerned about what it means and what it signals about the scope for a rational and factual economic debate within China and the ability to do. So in a way, that's not vetted by the government. Well, in a lot of the quieting of the voice really does come from one percent right in, that's China's president Xi Jinping. How has his personality sort of come to light, as you were researching the story and really, how he's been really the driving influence of this. Well, Taylor, there has been a significant narrowing in China of the space for civil society of all kinds over the last several years. I think many of the people. Who look at this very closely with say that these were trends that probably slightly predated Xi Jinping taking power in two thousand twelve but they certainly celebrated over the last several years. This is happening with NGOs. It's happening with the press. It is happening with public life in general that the avenues for speech for debate for analysis that don't run through the government and run through the communist party are getting smaller and smaller, and unit rule is one of the organizations that's been squeezed incredibly hard, as those shrink. And so, you know, within the story met, you know, you have some descriptions of this guy it currently I mean, it's sort of chilling all almost the way you described where he is his life. You know, the conversation, even with his wife in terms of what he should be saying what he what he shouldn't be saying, is there, any sense that this may change going forward? Forward. Any hope that maybe the government relents a little bit? Well, that's very interesting question. One thing we've seen in the last six months is a bit more and noise from the Chinese president Xi Jinping and other senior officials about praising entrepreneurship praising markets, beginning to de-emphasized somewhat the promotion of state owned enterprises that we saw prior to that. So it does seem like there is a slate shift in tone. Some of that may be spurred by pressure from Washington as you know, Trump ministration, very much wants market oriented reforms in China. So the atmosphere is changing a little bit, but the will not change or certainly very unlikely to change is the notion that to speak, chrome anything, but the government songbook is, is dangerous and needs to be stopped. So internal repression has ramped up in many. Respects this is just one of them, but it does interact in interesting ways with the broader economic picture in China and indeed with the trade war, well, and going along with, that, there were some other think tanks in the story that you mentioned consensus net. I believe thinking transition institute have they had a similar stories. Uniroyal, in terms of that the chilling effect that Jason describes about really allowing you to have freedom of speech, if you will. Well, there have been a number of other examples of organizations, or, or independent media outlets being silenced or marginalized in China. That has happened several occasions. It's happened particularly the NGO world. But one of the interesting things about Uniroyal Taylor. Is that are they're still in business? This is a country where the government wants to shut you down. They can shut you down and indeed, they can put you in jail, if they really want. But Uniroyal has not had that happen to them. They're still up and running, although just barely hanging on the staff are walking free. They are occasionally harassed a little bit. But they are, certainly not in jail. And so that, that I think speaks to an important point about what is going on in China, which is, you know, there are limits. There are often places where the government does not want to go. There are ways to influence. What happens in any rule is an example of the fact that this is well, this is a country where the avenues for speech are certainly narrowing. It's not always quite a black and white mixer. Yeah. It's Matthew Campbell and Jason this story was so interesting because it was really. A lot of these communists that had tied to Boston and the Cato Institute and Harvard and really being shunned by China now. Right. And you get a different sort of look.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One of the most fascinating stories in the magazine this week takes place in China and it has to do with a think tank, essentially, I did not see this one coming. Well, I really liked it, especially in the midst of where we are today within the trade fights and learning a little bit more about Xi Jinping, the president of China and sort of his thoughts on everything that's going on, particularly as it comes to China's domestic economy. Matt Campbell is one of the authors of this story joins us from Singapore. So Matt, how did you come onto the store? Well, what's been going on, with this think tank, who called the Uniroyal rule institute, economic is something that's been known about among people in the economics community in China among sort of China watchers in the west. So what has been happening to these guys is not a secret, and they were and are quite prominent among the more influential, think, tank community in China, very rare independent economic policy voice, and so they're silencing or they're near silencing. I was something that, that was really noticed among those who care about what's going on in the Chinese economy, and talk to me about the transformation of universal if you will from really how it was a decade ago to really in the most recent years under president Xi Jinping and sort of held that is changed. Well, taylor. This is an organization that attained a sort of mainstream status for quite a while, as China opened up in the nineties. And remained open in two thousand they were part of the intellectual conversation around economics. They also had a consulting business that had clients who included government ministries in certain cases. So this is a group who had every expectation expectation that they had attained, a sort of centrality to the discussion in China, certain protection from the vagaries of political repression and found that very rapidly taken away over the last few years. Well, and Matt, as you so, well, describe in your story, well regarded in China's seemingly, and also very well connected throughout the rest of the world, the central figure who you spoke with he was visiting scholar at Harvard, I believe, and a well known name among economic circles, as you said, at the top, what has people outside of China's said as this rapid fall? From grace has happened. Well, Jason as you mentioned, now, you should who, who was one of the co founders of Uniroyal, he's now ninety years old, as something of a following both in China and the west twenty twelve he was given an award by the Cato Institute, very prominent libertarian think tank in Washington and among the sort of libertarian centre-right economics community. He's quite well known as you can imagine. There is a lot of distress with happened. Uniroyal in the economics world scholars who studied the Chinese economy are very upset at this voice, potentially going quiet and also concerned about what it means and what it signals about the scope for a rational and factual economic debate within China and the ability to do. So in a way, that's not vetted by the government. Well, in a lot of the quieting of the voice really does come from one percent right in, that's China's president Xi Jinping. How has his personality sort of come to light, as you were researching the story and really, how he's been really the driving influence of this. Well, Taylor, there has been a significant narrowing in China of the space for civil society of all kinds over the last several years. I think many of the people who look at this very closely with say that these were trends, that probably slightly predated Xi Jinping taking power in two thousand twelve but they certainly excel A-Rated over the last several years. This is happening with NGOs. It's happening with the press. It is happening with public life in general that the, the avenues for speech for debate for analysis that don't run through the government and run through the communist party are just getting smaller and smaller, and unit rule is one of the organizations that's been squeezed incredibly hard, as those shrink. And so within the story, Matt. You know, you have some descriptions of this guy, currently, I mean, it's sort of chilling all almost the way you described where he is his life. You know, the conversation, even with his wife in terms of what he should be saying what he what he shouldn't be saying is there, any sense that this may change going forward is any hope that maybe the government relented a little bit. Well, that's very interesting question one thing we've seen in the last six months is a bit more at noise from the Chinese president Xi Jinping and other senior officials about praising entrepreneurship praising markets, beginning to de-emphasized somewhat the promotion of state owned enterprises that we saw prior to that. So it does seem like there is a slate shift in tone. Some of that may be spurred by pressure from Washington as you know, Trump ministration, very much wants market oriented. Performs in China. So the atmosphere is changing a little bit, but the will not change or certainly is very unlikely to change is the notion that to speak anything. But the government songbook is, is dangerous and needs to be stopped, so internal repression has ramped up in many respects, this is just one of them, but it does interact in interesting ways with the broader economic picture in China and indeed with trade war, well, and going along with, that, there were some other think tanks in the story that you mentioned consensus net. I believe thinking transition institute have they had a similar stories universal in terms of that the chilling effect that Jason describes about really allowing you to have freedom of speech, if you will. Well, there have been a number of other examples of organizations, or, or independent media outlets being silenced or marginalized in China. That has happened several occasions happened particularly NGO world, but one of the interesting things about Uniroyal Taylor is that they're they're still in business. This is a country where the government wants to shut you down. They can shut you down and indeed, they can put you in jail, if they really want. But Uniroyal has not had that happen to them. They're still up and running, although just barely hanging on the staff are walking free. They are occasionally harassed a little bit. But they are, certainly not in jail. And so that, that I think speaks to an important point about what is going on in China, which is there are limits. There are often places where the government does not want to go. There are ways to influence what happens and Uniroyal is an example of the fact that this is well, this is a country where the avenues for speech are certainly narrowing. It's not always quite a black and white mixture. It's Matthew Campbell and Jason this story was so interesting because it was really. A lot of these economists that had tied to Boston, the Cato Institute and Harvard, really being shunned by China now. Right. And you get a different sort of look at president Xi, and how he is running the country going for it. You're listening to Bloomberg physically coming up. This trustworthy, relationships being humans and robots key goal in south. This is Bloomberg..

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"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One of the most fascinating stories in the magazine this week takes place in China. And it has to do with a think tank, essentially, I did not see this one coming. I really liked it, especially in the midst of where we are today within the trade fights and learning a little bit more about Xi Jinping, the president of China and sort of his thoughts on everything that's going on, particularly as it comes to China's domestic economy, Kimball is one of the authors of this story joins us from Singapore. So Matt, how did you come onto the store? What's been going on with this think tank who are called the Uniroyal institute of economics is something that's been known about among people in the economics community in China among sort of China watchers in the west. So what has been happening to these guys is not a secret and they were and are. Are quite prominent among the more influential of the think-tank community in China, very rare independent economic policy voice, and so they're silencing. They're near silencing something that, that was really noticed among those who care about what's going on in the Chinese economy and talk to me about the transformation of Uniroyal. If you will from really, how it was a decade ago to really in the most recent years under president Xi Jinping and sort of held that is changed. Well, taylor. This is an organization that attained a sort of mainstream status for quite a while, as China opened up in the nineties, and remained open in the two thousands. They were part of the intellectual conversation around economics consulting business that had clients who included government ministries, and certain cases. So this is a group who had every expectation expectation that they had attained a. Sort of centrality to the discussion in China, certain protection from the vagaries of political repression and found that very rapidly taken away over the last few years. Well, Matt, as you so, well, describe in your story, well regarded in China's seemingly, and also very well connected throughout the rest of the world, the central figure who you spoke with he was visiting scholar at Harvard, I believe, and a well known name among economic circles, as you said, at the top, what have people outside of China's said as this rapid fall from grace has happened? Well, Jason as you mentioned, who, who was one of the co founders of Uniroyal, he's ninety years old has something of a following both in China and the west twenty twelve he was given an award by the Cato Institute, very prominent libertarian think-tank in Washington. And among the sort of libertarian right economics community. He's quite well known as you can imagine. There is a lot of distress. What's happened in the economics? World scholars who studied the Chinese economy are very upset at this voice, potentially going quiet and also concerned about what it means and what it signals about the scope for rational, and, and factual economic debate within China and the ability to do, so in a way that's not vetted by the government. Well, in a lot of the quieting of the voice really does come from one percent, right. And that's China's president Xi Jinping. How has his personality sort of come to light, as you researching the story and really, how he's been really driving influence of this role Taylor? There has been a significant narrowing in China of the space for civil society of all kinds over the last several years. I think many of the people who look at this very closely with say that these were trends, that probably slightly predated Xi Jinping taking power in two thousand twelve but they certainly accelerated over the last several years. This is happening with NGOs, that's happening with the press. It is happening with public life in general that, that the, the avenues for speech for debate for analysis that don't run through the government and run through communist party are getting smaller and smaller and unit rule is one of the organization that's been squeezed incredibly hard as those shrink. And so, you know, within the story, you know, you have some descriptions of this guy, currently, I mean, it's sort of chilling all almost the way you described where he is his life. You know, the conversation, even with his wife in terms of what he should be saying what he what he shouldn't be saying. Is there any sense that this? May change going forward. Any hope that maybe the government relents a little bit? That's very interesting question. One thing we've seen in the last call. It six months is a bit more knows from the Chinese president Xi Jinping and other senior officials about praising entrepeneurship praising markets, beginning to de-emphasized somewhat the promotion of state owned enterprises that we saw prior to that. So it does seem like there is a slate shift in tone. Some of that may be spurred by pressure from Washington as you know, Trump ministration, very much wants market, or anted reforms in China. So the atmosphere is changing a little bit, but the will not change or certainly very unlikely to change is the notion that to speak from anything, but the government songbook is, is dangerous and needs to be stopped so internal. Pression has ramped up in many respects, this is just one of them, but it does interact in interesting ways with the broader economic picture in China and indeed with the trade war, well, going along with that. There were some other thing takes the story that you mentioned consensus net. I believe thinking transition institute have they had a similar stories universal in terms of that chilling affect that. Jason describes about really allowing you to have freedom of speech, if you will. Well, there have been a number of other examples of organizations, or, or independent media outlets being silenced, or marginalized in China that has happened several occasions, particularly NGO world, but one of the interesting things about Uniroyal Taylor. They're they're still in business. This is a country where the government wants to shut you down. They can shut you down and indeed, they can put you in jail, if they really want. But Uniroyal has not had that happen to them. They're still up and running although just. Barely hanging on the staff are walking free. They are occasionally harassed a little bit. But they are, certainly not in jail. And so that, that I think speaks to an important point about what is going on in China, which is there are limits. There are often places where the government does not want to go. There are ways to influence what happens in any rule is an example of the fact, this is a country where the news for speech are certainly narrowing. It's not always quite a black and white mixer. Yeah. It's Campbell and Jason. This story was so interesting because it was really a lot of these economists that had tied to Boston in the Cato Institute and Harvard, really being shunned by China now. Right. And you get a different sort of look at president Xi, and how he is running the country going. You're listening to Bloomberg week coming up. This trustworthy, relationships.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stories in the magazine this week takes place in China. And it has to do with a think tank, essentially, I did not see this one coming. I really liked it, especially in the midst of where we are today within the trade fights and learning a little bit more about Xi Jinping, the president of China and sort of his thoughts on everything that's going on, particularly as it comes to China's domestic economy. Matt Campbell is one of the authors of this story joins us from Singapore. So Matt, how did you come onto the store? Well, what's been going on, with this think tank called the Uniroyal institute of economics is something that's been known about among people in the economics community in China among sort of China watchers in the west. So what has been happening to these guys is not a secret and they were and. And are quite prominent among the more influential, think, tank community in China, very rare independent economic policy voice, and so they're silencing or they're near silencing something that, that was really noticed among those who care about what's going on in the Chinese economy and talk to me about the transformation of Uniroyal. If you will from really, how it was a decade ago to really in the most recent years under president Xi Jinping and sort of held that is changed. Well, taylor. This is an organization that attained a sort of mainstream status for quite a while, as China opened up in the nineties, and remained open in the two thousands. They were part of the intellectual conversation around economics. They also had a consulting business that had clients who included government ministries in certain cases. So this is a group who had every expectation expectation that they had attained, a sort of centrality to the discussion in China, certain protection from the vagaries of political repression and found that very rapidly taken away over the last few years. Well, Matt, as you so, well, describe in your story, well regarded in China's seemingly, and also very well connected throughout the rest of the world, the central figure who you spoke with he was visiting scholar at Harvard. I believe a well known name among economic circles, as you said, at the top, what have people outside of China's said as this rapid fall from grace has happened? Well, Jason as you mentioned, who, who was one of the co founders of Uniroyal, he's now ninety years old. Has has something of a following both in China and the west twenty twelve he was given an award by the Cato Institute, very prominent libertarian think tank in Washington and among the sort of libertarian centre-right, economics Kennedy. He's quite well known as you can imagine. There is a lot of distress. What's happened at Uniroyal in the economics? World scholars who studied the Chinese economy are very upset at this voice, potentially going quiet and also concerned about what it means and what it signals about the scope for rational and factual economic debate within China and the ability to do. So in a way, that's not vetted by the government. Well, in a lot of the quieting of the voice really does come from one percent right in, that's China's president Xi Jinping. How has his personality sort of come to light as you've researching the story and really, how he's been really the driving influence of this. Well, taylor. There has been a significant narrowing in China of the space for civil society of all kinds over the last several years. I think many of the people who look at this very closely with say that these were trends, that probably slightly predated Xi Jinping taking power in two thousand twelve but they certainly exceleron it over the last several years, this is happening with NGOs. It's happening with the press. It is happening with public life in general that, that the, the avenues for speech for debate for analysis that don't run through the government and run through communist party are getting smaller and smaller, and unit rule is one of the organizations that's been squeezed incredibly hard, as those shrink. And so, you know, within the story Matt, you know, you have some descriptions of this guy it currently I mean, it's sort of chilling all almost the way you describe. You know where he is his life, you know, the conversation, even with his wife in terms of what he should be saying what he what he shouldn't be saying, is there, any sense that this may change going forward? Any hope that maybe the government relents a little bit? Well, that's very interesting question. One thing we've seen in the last six months is a bit more at noise from the Chinese president Xi Jinping and other senior officials about praising entrepreneurship praising markets, beginning to de emphasize somewhat the promotion of state owned enterprises that we saw prior to that. So it does seem like there is a slate shift in tone. Some of that may be spurred by pressure from Washington as you know, Trump ministration, very much wants market oriented reforms in China. So the atmosphere is changing a little bit, but the what will not change or certainly very unlikely. To change is the notion that to speak, chrome anything, but the government songbook is, is dangerous and needs to be stopped, so internal repression has ramped up in many respects, this is just one of them, but it does interact in interesting ways with the broader economic picture in China and indeed with trade war, well, and going along with, that, there were some other think tanks in the story that you mentioned consensus net. I believe thinking transition institute have they had a similar stories. Uniroyal, in terms of that the chilling effect that Jason describes about really allowing you to have freedom of speech, if you will. Well, there have been a number of other examples of organizations, or, or independent media outlets being silenced, or marginalized in China that has happened several occasions, particularly NGO world, but one of the interesting things about Uniroyal Taylor is that are they're still in business. This is a country where. If the government wants to shut you down, they can shut you down and indeed, they can put you in jail, if they really want. But Uniroyal has not had that happen to them. They're still up and running, although just barely hanging on the staff are walking free. They are occasionally harassed a little bit. But they are, certainly not in jail. And so that, that I think speaks to an important point about what is going on in China, which is there are limits. There are often places where the government does not want to go. There are ways to influence what happens and Uniroyal is an example of the fact that this is a this is a country where the avenues for speech are certainly, narrowing, it's not always quite a black and white mixture. Matthew Campbell and Jason. This story was so interesting because it was really a lot of these economists that had tied to Boston in the Cato Institute in Harvard and really being shunned by China now. Right. And you get a different sort of look at president Xi. And how he is running the country going forward. You're listening to Bloomberg physically coming up. This trustworthy, relationships being humans and robots..

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"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks a stunner. Dan field is Liverpool playing with that. Mohammed Salah Roberta for me. No come back between the I like to be slow four nil as both Joe, Gino Vetheuil difficult. He both score a brace including release winner in the seventy nine th minute to send the rich. The changes a finals for second year. Four three aggregate Liverpool will await the winner by today in Tottenham tomorrow. Confidence in landing. I ex captain to lift this summer has diminished some as Netherlands internationals age of Uniroyal has hinted the deal negotiated a month ago is now unsatisfactory considering I exit success Imma champions and the heightened interest in from clubs such as Manchester United event buyer new there won't be a triple crown winner this year horse racing as Kentucky Derby winner country has been withdrawn the Mateen freak this with a viral illness. While it's not considered serious voice has been taken off the training list. That tempest bucket ears defensive end Jason. Pure Paul was more seriously injured in last week single car accident, then previously thought as reports say the two time pro bowler suffered a fractured. Neck, ka. Missed the entire season out of Dallas Cowboys the closer to agree to long term contract quarterback Prescott there with wide receiver Amari Cooper. The Fort Worth star. Telegram says you're gonna comfortable making Prescott the highest paid player in team history on Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Markets headlines and breaking news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg business app chunk on Twitter. He's a Bloomberg business flash. Very good morning to you thirteen minutes.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"If you let that bother Uniroyal sport fans are going to be fans I've heard it all been in rival gangs pretty much my whole life that sorta plan ball. So of things I've heard is way worse than that. So he did say rival games not rival gangs. I know people are thinking he said that last night. I saw. So Twitter people who LeBron was in a rival gang. No rival games is what he's talking about between rival teams. But for him to say, if you can't stand it or under, you know, help with the fans are saying you're on the wrong game. This is the guy who got upset when when Draymond called him a be right on the floor. He said I've heard worse. Lebron going to trade you that's pretty good. And that's a little rattling. If you're a twenty year old kid out there trying to get through an NBA game. When LeBron James is on the floor next year. You're trying to beat the one of the top teams in the Pacers in the Eastern Conference, and they're sticking it to your chin. And and you're listening to to them about how LeBron the great one is going to get rid of you. Lebron James moron. His remember, you know, LeBron every time he gets to the postseason. He makes that big deal about how I checked out of social media. I'm not on Twitter. I'm not on Instagram. Once it you know, once the playoffs hits time for me to focus on one hundred percent on the second season. That is the NBA. They asked him after the game based on all. All the drama and all the stuff that's going on outside of the team. And all trade speculation. Lebron would you advise the young guys on your team to stay off of social media bothers you there? Yes. Yes. If not dimmed on nowhere about him. I mean for me, I think when I was younger, and there was a lot of things that were said about me as far as you know, the way I approach the game or the way I play a game or my championship level. Could I get to a championship level? Could I be a champion in my everyone.

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"uniroyal" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on The RobCast

"Said we're having a contest to come up with a new slogan for the Naga Tut, Connecticut. Uniroyal chemical rubber factory, and we want a slogan that has something to do with quality because we want to make a slogan that says that the most qualities are thing. And my dad raises hand and suggest this Logan. Uniroyal chemical company quality, second only productivity. Is he thought that was an honest assessment of actually like what? And the next the next year. They made the mistake of saying they're going to do a new slogan contest. And now we want a slogan that's about safety because safety is the most important thing at the Uniroyal chemical company, my dad raises and again year later and says Uniroyal chemical company safety tied for second with productivity type or second with with quality right behind productivity. He was he was just he just a rebel just a rebel. So I just didn't I wasn't pushing against anything. You know? I just was like, and they never had the slightest things -iety when I started saying that I wanted to be a writer. They weren't they were farmer engineer nurse. But when I started saying, I want everybody, they're like, what do we care? It's not our life. Like not a single bit of parental anxiety about how are you going to support yourself? They knew I would because they knew they wouldn't..

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"uniroyal" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on The RobCast

"So I have to credit my parents with this. There are things that my parents taught me that I've had to unlearn. That including. You should stay married to the same person forever. I had to unlearn that because that was something that was very important to them. And that's why my body was breaking apart when I was twenty nine because I was like not this not this. But I have central command says so so so they did impart certain things some stuff around money. They have a lot of like just love them. I would give them both my kidneys literally insane around money so stuff around that that I had to learn a lot of fear a lot of anxiety a lot of scarcity. But but one thing that they they were just Rockstars about is that they didn't believe in professionals about anything. They have no respect for professionals. Of any degree like doctors teachers, lawyers the police. Experts. They have no regard whatsoever for experts. They're so independent. They're so resources will. And they're so creative. They just do stuff. So the my, you know, they they were like we wanna be farmers and they're like, okay, we'll go before. So they got some land. And they're like well stick things in the ground. I don't know how hard can it be like? My dad wanted have goats. He took our our Ford Pinto, and he drove across the county to some guy who had goats and he brought home in the backseat of the Ford Pinto four goats. And that's how we started that, you know, like everything they did they didn't believe in inspections on the house. They didn't believe in going to the dentist because people say they didn't believe in anything that people say you have to do they just didn't, you know, my mom was a nurse. So like when my dad almost cut his nose off with a chainsaw. She sewed it up, you know, like at our kitchen table, I grew up watching people who just did stuff. So I don't have embedded in my DNA respect for authority. I don't have embedded in my DNA respect for a sign that says no trespassing, my father has never seen a no trespassing sign that he wouldn't climb the fence to get on the other side of because he had no respect for it. Just he doesn't even see them other than I mean, I remember him teaching me that the best place to camp is always the spot that has the sign that says no camping because what that means is it's a really good camping spot. Because why would you you don't put a sign that says no camping in the middle of an exit freeway because no one would. But if there's a really good camping about where people. Keep camping means. It's a great place to camp. Put your tent there. Liz, you know, like this is what I was taught. This is what I was taught. You know, they just didn't they didn't you know, they didn't believe in any. They didn't drink any of the Kool aid of anyone who ever sat in a committee one of my favorite stories. But my dad is so down to his marrow. He is so against being told what to do by by anybody, and he worked in a corporate setting, which I can't imagine how he did. But he worked at a Uniroyal chemical company as an engineer for years before he quit to become a Christmas farmer, which is another thing that he just did, you know, and then he rose to become the vice president of the Connecticut Christmas tree farmers association. And we used to say he's a heartbeat away from the presidency. But. My dad. My favorite story. The operative story about my dad sitting in a meeting kind of meetings that make you wanna break your neck, you know, in in a corporate setting a place where he did not belong and could not be and so resistant to being a team player. He just could never be that guy. And and they said the management..

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"uniroyal" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Tom. How about you? Well, we're unpacking story still comes down the program by but it's it's like we got you know, sometimes we get on runs. We've been doing this show twenty five years, and you get on runs you don't streaks where you looking at my gosh, this this is the we get another story about this again today this year this year in the end of last year, it appears the new thing in America is squatting is back. He's going to people's houses getting in acting lock you live there and try we got another one today involving a baseball. Great. And that's not all I heard another story where another martial arts person took on a guy who's trying to break into a car. Really didn't. We just have that were female tried to get this. This is a guy and it happened actually in Birmingham, Alabama guy went out and put him in Choko. Now, he was former Brazilian special forces also. He started coming. You you talking about Uniroyal neighborhood. Do we all love it? It's like watching a movie let the story had yesterday where somebody tries in Brazil in Brazil, Brazil, drowsy, go after you know. This the things dog not gonna do it. The lady a young lady only to discover that. She's a name AMA fun. And then here's another one. Now that somebody's going after somebody was it your Brazilian jujitsu guy. That's no, that's that is Jorge Wehbe. It's not webby Jorge Wehbe. That's high. Oh, I'm sorry. His name is high. Oh, he's he's from Brazil. He went out of wanted his name used, but well, that's kinda like his nickname. It's not actually Israel. Have you ever fought him? I have rolled with before. And he destroyed me. He literally flipped me over like, he did a somersault flip. And they're now facing the opposite direction and upside down any immediately. April fifteenth of last year. Right. So let me let me let me ask you this. So same thing happened to a carjack. Yeah. So how am I tried to how in our city in house said, no, thank you ain't gonna happen. I just saw this like is that what you're telling me. I just follow him on Instagram. So I this is Joe is this showed up on my Instagram feed. So is this like a viral stories? Yeah. Okay. See I didn't know this is like people are talking about. Yeah. That's his girlfriend apparently saw the activity. If I have the story. Correct. Okay. And then she went in and got him, and he came out and put the guy in Colin. He said, you know, I probably should not have done that. But I. Well, he's saying it's dangerous. The guy could you know, I think they're trying to encourage people not to take this into their own hands to call the police now, but he said given the situation he would do it again. But he obviously was well trained. The video. It just keeps putting the guy to sleep the guy just keeps going wait a minute. So his girlfriend starts shooting the video of her boyfriend. What was the guy doing carjack? There's been a rash of that lightly. I mean, it goes around time-to-time. Here's an idea if you don't want to joke, you don't try to steal people's car. I won't. My dr. Now, you gotta be careful of that video that maybe the news sources have, you know, fixed it up a little bit or whatever. But so language. Well, yeah, you know, we we are Christian jujitsu academy. And we, you know, we we adrenalin high or it's the same thing is watching you favorite football. That's true. Larry, I can't believe this is like a viral story. That's great. So you need to get him to come. Yeah. That'd be awesome. I want y'all. Role right. Djoko Graham, take you sleep our head that done before. It's not pleasant. He is considered would he consider being an east superhero? And just combing the streets at night. He's he's he's like he's made of wood this guy. It's crazy this guy. What about iron would? Well. Probably somebody who's making strong as we made. He is he's about my size. And he just recently competed in the world championship Brown belt and one one of those opens, and he's saying it on top of this whole Eum and the guys next to him even though they're on a lower Cody charge arts. Yeah. Taller than he got his. How is the main superhero somebody call how and your his? Yeah..

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"uniroyal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"uniroyal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Was so sad. Watching these Uniroyal. Slain police officer. Officer sings a very sad thing. But this is going on in many over the course of if you go back to the year two thousand we have thousands of people that have been killed by a legal immigration by people coming into the country illegally killing our citizens. We can't have it. Where do you get the numbers? That's just it and over the weekend yet Sarah Huckabee Sanders going with Chris Wallace. And the reality is is she got challenged by by him talking about these things say, hey, wait a minute. Here. You say that we've had four thousand people come, you know, come here illegally that are part of terrorist organizations. And then he says I looked into that. And quite frankly, while some of that may be true like ninety plus percent of them have tried to come through what not Mexico, not south of the border that tried to come through the airports are visa program, which I've been screaming all along visas imports visas imports visas imports, those are the huge issue too. But there's no way to deal with it. In the front of everything because this is the symbol of what your presidency. Came to life on a candidacy, he became this was his thing and a symbol for the left. And they're gonna fight it out over that symbol. Right. Doesn't matter that the visa programs broken or how how much drugs and trafficking and things come through in the ports. None of that stuff matters because of the symbol and the politics of that symbol matters more than anything else for raising money for keeping relevant that matters. Huge. It does it does the president. What.

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Charles Barkley, Charles Charles And Basketball discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:36 min | 3 years ago

Charles Barkley, Charles Charles And Basketball discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"This man is very polarizing has been all his life. But I've always liked who he is. And what he represents. I've talked about many things with Charles Barkley over. The years basketball is not one of the things I enjoyed talking about with him on the radio. But things like what he did. I don't know if you read about this. There was a viral story about his friend Lin Wang. He just met a random person and was very kind to them and spoke at the funeral and became friends with a random person, and that Lin Wang his son wrote the story about it and people were deeply moved. Here's what I'm here to tell you. I have never in my history knowing anyone in sports or fame, and he learned this from Moses Malone, Dr J, I have never met anyone who was better to people better with anyone like the smallest of people. Than Charles Barkley. And so I don't think this story is even that unique for Charles Barkley. It's unique for us. But I don't think what he did. Here is unique for Charles Barkley low. Second may Charles how does that work always making it about himself scouts is very good. At that. How you still looking at pictures of of your face on t shirts is this an odd story for you. Or is it your life? You you make connections with people. First of all, I want to say one thing I was watching how request the other day, you know, other partner in a refuse by something to show after you highly questionable. The next time. Your bag is a tennis ball stuck in please. Let me be the one who get it. Oh for the love of God, Charles Charles. I said something so nice to you. I sat there. Your day. I get a tennis ball sucker. Thank you could say that Charles twice. I mean. You're not allowed to say that stop saying that Charles you're going to get us in trouble. You're going to get us, and we don't need to be having troubled around here today. Stop saying stuck in anything. All right, ready. Limitation of been that was such a I didn't know, I didn't know the daughter Shirley's one. Let me. And. I've never got a response about anything I've ever done. Like that story almost it was really awesome. I hope people learn number one about land because he was an amazing man on. But like I say in over thirty years and the ad never gotten a response to anything. I did like I got about that story. But explain this to the listeners because I've seen you do it Charles, you, you, you physically touch people and you emotionally touch people. I don't think it's a big surprise the Charles Barkley. I know it's not a big surprise that we'd fly anywhere for someone's funeral like for for anyone's Uniroyal. Well, I think we make a lot of money to play basketball. But that's only a small portion of it anytime somebody in sometimes they are paying when you're trying to eat Downer. Or you what your family any person who comes up to talk to me? I'm gonna get them at time. They learn that Dr J he says we don't get paid just to play. Basketball. You don't make my day. You didn't make three to four million dollars. Just to play basketball. You're supposed to be called you to the fans is opposed to sign autographs, and you're supposed to take pictures, and I've never met it about in my life. Who was better Dr J, and he was one of the first lent. He said, hey, you got to be these your fans because do take on sign autographs, take pictures and. To evade band inactive since congress. There's an I mean always do that anybody take the time to come say Hello to me shake their head.

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