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"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Your score card won't hurt your credit learn more discover dot com slash credit scorecard limitations apply Beth winters for talk radio six CD W. CB on balsam heavy thunderstorms around the area this evening cloudy after midnight as the low drops to sixty seven tomorrow some scattered thunderstorms in the morning cloudy in the afternoon thunderstorms again likely popping up eighty two for a high Sunday scattered thunderstorms again look for highs mid eighties on Craig Ross the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCM Frankel over here yes eight years builders is still open for business and are now offering virtual consultations designs and estimates are provided with our online services without coming into your home of course a E. S. is still doing in home estimates through volunteering to CDC guidelines so if you're thinking of having some remodeling done like a new kitchen bathroom or maybe finishing that basement but call a E. S. one of Ireland's leading home remodelers all thanks to my good friend Tim Munson owner and founder of a E. S. Kim treats each customer like family while making their homes beautiful functional and comfortable at the lowest possible price eight years takes great pride in their work which is why they give a five year free labor warranty the show great appreciation gym is offering medical personnel and first responders additional discounts remember Jim's heartbeat problems when we're done you'll be happy if you're not happy then we're not done and Jim being sick go to a U. S. home dot US or call one eight hundred seven eight seven say I'm Tom exchange this is the fox business report stocks closing fix for the day but up for the week despite the number of coronavirus cases in apple's announcement today of fresh store closures heightening concerns among.

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"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Them but my favorite was with my son who's now thirteen so he was probably eleven being with my son john who kept asking me during the the atlanta game recently two years ago gadd. Can they win. I'm like no. I don't think so actually what i said to him. I said you know what yeah i kept telling them. Yeah jake they can win. They can win. He dad third quarter twenty eight to three deck and they win again. Jake they can still win and then they came back and and they want extorting. My son takes so seriously. I mean he was literally. You know weeping at the last part of the game and then c._b._s. They won embraced really one of the great moments course being a boston fan. I mean two thousand and four when they win the world series for his time phenomenal but sharing it with my i son highlight yeah what teaching from your parents as most stayed with you showing up never ever give up. I've thought about that a lot. There's a lot of times when i would have wanted to quit when we especially when we tried to bury the firm but you know what if we would have quit. We would never be here for this period for this right now. The so what does it woody allen said ninety. Five percent of life is showing up. I absolutely think it's ninety nine. Just keep showing up up. Keep doing what you're doing and you know what you'll be there. When good things happen it's huge. It's a huge huge lesson. What information do you read that that you get a lot out of that. Other people might not know about tell you a great one. I just just open at this morning. <hes> this gentleman named nick murray and he's actually kind of a <hes> an advisor to financial advisers. He writes a monthly newsletter but what i love about it is he's. He always his basic. Thesis is how negative the press is. How pessimistic oppress is and how really you know again. He's a big fan of the optimist wins over time but we don't see that out in the world we see only the problems so he keeps you focused focused on what's actually working and he always has great resources <hes> great books that he's read couple of blogs. I just went to there's a there's an he's funniest. I'm talking about optimism again but there's a there's an optimist blog. I just went today. That was kind of talking about the the short-term negative perspectives versus long-term kind of wealth creation. Those are two that are <hes> real real valuable and of course i read the wall street journal but those are two and then we have a lot of guys that have various podcasts that i listen to of course i listen to capitol allocators worse. I do my work and you get a lot of good information yeah. What life lessons have you learned that you wish you knew a latte earlier in your life. I think that notion of keep showing up. I wish i would've got that earlier because i think it would have been easier to endure door through some very difficult periods of time. I wish i would have learned that early in my business career because again. I didn't pull the trigger on moving or leaving the bank but i really wanted to and i'm glad i didn't because i wouldn't be where i am now. If i had pulled the trigger on any of those things so so i i would've if i would've liked to. Have somebody tell me paul. Keep showing up. That's why i kinda preach that all the time in this firm advise that your kids when you know when we were growing up it feels like there was a lot more stability in peoples career paths <hes> and now there's it seems like there's a lot more mobility so does showing up mean the same thing that it might. Have you know twenty years ago. That's a really good question. That's that's a great question. I think it does because when i say keep showing up i could've left the business i was thinking. I love camping. I'll be a camp counselor or something yeah. I actually was talking. I could have left the business but you know what. I always loved the business. I just didn't love the vehicle in the form of a bank..

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"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Investing your looking mm for certain tailwinds in trends and sectors. What are the things today that you're excited about. It's hard to bet against china. It really is now. We're not loaded up in china and we've got a couple names in the portfolio one of them's ten cent. It's really really hard hard to bet against china. I know people don't always believe the numbers that come out of china. I was there in one thousand nine hundred one as a student and in one thousand nine hundred one there wasn't a car in the street. There wasn't in one building. There weren't any hotels restaurants. People were driving black bikes everywhere you come. I'm back today. They buy more cars per year than the u._s. Does there are beautiful buildings across shanghai and beijing and other major cities so i don't know what the growth growth radius but it's extremely high extremely high and quick little story about one of our ideas around investing kinda globally as we really really liked own businesses in countries that are optimistic and it goes back to my earlier comment the optimists win. I was in china four years years ago and we met with a group of dr students medical students and i asked the question what motivates you what gets you up in the morning and they said you know what motivates us twenty year old students what motivates us is to be like america to be successful financially as america's and and i thought what a contrast to you i thought about twenty year old kids in the states and what are they wanna. Do they wanna figure out the next video game that they can be or win and i thought four four or five years ago i said that's that's a very powerful optimistic doesn't mean the gun but but i sure do like that energy and you go over. There's a lot of energy a lot of positive energy in china on the other hand. You go down to latin america brazil argentina not as optimistic because they've had years of corruption. They've had years of volatility in interest rates and currencies and interestingly a couple years ago. We were down there. We twelve companies. Ten of those companies complained about the macro. It's really hard for us to operate at this corruption. You've got the getting clobbered you know. Interest rates are rising inflation nations out of control we can't we can't make it happen a lot of excuses. There are two companies that never mentioned the macro what we do. We came back. We bought those two companies. Yeah they knew that they had a significant edge in spite of what was going on around them and those are the kinds of companies that you wanna own so so in general we are looking king for those those businesses where there's a obviously a agron competitive advantage but also a belief within the organization that it doesn't matter the external situations like we're going to run right through and then when you get down to the sector level of the sub-sector level. Are there particular tailwinds that you have as themes through what you're looking for. I think you're always looking for that. You certainly want to have tailwinds. It's just an acknowledgement that that's how life works. I think anyone that doesn't acknowledged acknowledged that it's just not being honest right. It's j paul getty someone asked me. How do you make a billion dollars oil so it's real easy. You know you get up really early. You work really hard and you strike oil and and there's this. There's this notion that he was fortunate. Yeah he drilled the well in the right places and he was fortunate so i think having tailwinds is essential to success. Obviously there are a demographic talents. I think i think a big advantage we have is that we tend to own businesses and the growth sectors like technology healthcare and consumer and if you think about the the emerging middle class throughout the globe this just one aspect of it but as people get wealthier in brazil and indonesia and india and china of course what are they gonna do with their money money..

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"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"We feel like man how about that for an education. How about that for learning a very different way of approaching the markets so again good humility which makes you grateful that you survived and and showed up to live another day and those periods of time have been huge for what we're doing now on the global noble equity side yeah so you spend a lot of time now in international markets. What are the differences in how you think about culture in other countries. That's a good question because it is different what we do think in part. We have a hard time being a growth manager finding a lotta great companies in japan in part because of the cultural issues. You know there's i. I think it's changing a lot but historically. It's been hard for us to find names there where we think the cultures are healthy. You know there's a lot of the still have the cross ownership of shares yeah you you still have a very paternalistic society and paternalistic companies. They're not very transparent so it's. It's very difficult for us to find names for that reason in japan we do you have a number of them but in general it's difficult in other parts of the world <hes> yeah interesting what i what i have found is when you look at compensation structures which there's another way of looking at culture. How do they pay people. I think it's great to outside the u._s. You don't see guys making thirty or forty million dollars while they're c._f._o. Makes five five hundred thousand you just don't see that you see a lot more reasonable equity. Payouts andrew are salary payouts in those companies which i which i like. I like a lot because i think ultimately that that benefits. Everybody benefits shareholders but you're right in emerging market you know people. Were you know we own walmart mexico about five or six years ago. I think it was there was the big new york times piece on kind of the bribery. The so-called bribery that walmart was engaging in to get space right now. Interestingly what we most people i haven't heard is the end of that story. Which is it was just big. You know just blew up and wall. Mex was on inflames. Nothing came out of it there. The nothing nothing was proved emerging economies they operate a little differently than a lot of european and north american countries and things that we would would see as being kind of under the table or normal so there is this part where you've got to understand that and just make sure that it's reasonable. She could turn back to growth stock investing as a concept in the e._t._f. World and other factor the blowing out of factor products. You hear about value products. You don't hear about growth products so the notion is supposed to be that value stocks work because they're boring and nobody pays attention to them and growth stocks. You do get the google or amazon every now and then but on average that grow socks on and perform because people are optimistic and they priced them too high. Where does that breakdown or or is it more that there's a subset of that growth stock universe that you've been able to identify because it's it's clearly worked for you guys yeah. I think there's a subset you know we're not buying fad names or high real high price names. We're not buying momentum. It's funny because you know how many years ago fifteen twenty years there were. There were a bunch of bunch of multibillion dollar momentum shops and i can't really think of one right now so that is still in existence so when you think of growth in terms of momentum i completely agree. We're all down here are so san diego nichols appleton nicholson turner turner investment vestment partners <hes>. There's a there's a firm great firm called <hes> duncan hearst victor that came out of nichols lap. <hes> actually came out security pacific bank yet. They're gone. They're gone and i'll never forget we actually one year when i met with a gentleman duncan hearst and he was telling you as a marketer and he said hey you know i'm so good at closing business now. He said i win..

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"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"How are the other ways that you think about what competitive advantages get incorporated into the kinds of business. You like though the obvious right disruptors low low cost providers ghazi amazon but we've actually developed the number of what we call typologies typologies that we think are a little bit difference won't one of them for example example is a is a an outsourced aren't d company. We have found when you look at various companies in different industries that we can classify them them in certain ways where you don't have to be specifically in one industry for instance. There's a company called core labs in the portfolio which is basically ultimately. Ah outsource sir of measuring the the core samples in gas wells in oil wells. They were once a part of an integrated oil oh company but they can because they weren't essential element. They got spun off on their own and interestingly so now what they do is they sell their services to all the integrated drill all the big drillers in an integrated oil companies and over time because that's an outsourced r._n._d. Process we can look at that company versus other outsource our companies and and maybe other industries for instance christian hansen which is a <hes> enzymes company that creates enzymes and biologics for the use in yogurts in jesus and very simple business that an analyst that's just looking at maybe the materials sector might look at christian hansen. It's really very richly priced but if you think in terms of it being outsourced r. and d. company argument would those types of businesses deserve higher multiples because what what they ultimately do they start the low in their very low cost part of the process but then they kind of climbed the value chain and they start adding larger and larger services to the point now our christian hansen if you look at the known or or you'll play or any of the other yogurt manufacturers. They're really branding companies now. In christian hansen is the company that that develops the taste and the texture and the caloric content. If you can kind of look at the world more in a general sense you can kind of see these relationships you know core or lab just looking at the energy sector looks expensive christian hansen just looking at the materials sector looks expensive but if you look at them really as outsourced r. and d. e companies like we do you can say that hey their margins ought to grow from twenty five to thirty so what most people will see as being expensive we can actually make the argument they're not and so you have these these businesses with growing moats and then you also mentioned you start talking about culture <hes> similarly. How do you go out and really assess a company's culture sure. I think that's one of the most fun parts of our job and because nobody does it. You know it's interesting you if you look at the read fill fischer's book common stocks and uncommon profits which again is one of the classic he it's interesting as i think he has a twenty five point checklist on how to analyze a company and interestingly of the twenty five point checklist probably fifteen points are all qualitative elements which is just the reverse of what most people on wall street we do most people spend ninety five percent of the time crunching numbers running d._c._f._s. models which by the way has zero competitive advantage because you have thousands upon thousands of people doing the same work where we can get a massive competitive advantage by doing the things that other people are not and so when you're trying to assess a culture really one of the best ways if i wanted to assess g._m.'s culture and get a you know one of the best things to do is not just talked to the c._e._o. Or the c._f._o. Jeff oh but it would beat. It's eight. Oh let me talk to people that have left on good terms. Of course you talked the suppliers and you talk to vendors and you talk to competitors. It's good to talk to competitors..

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"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Five percent at costco. There may be one or two at sam's club sales per square square footage cost one thousand bucks five hundred sam's club employee turnover costco twelve percent fifty percent at sam's club are sees a twelve versus four for sam's uh-huh club what accounts for that to us. It has to come down to the culture and the values of the business wherein costco. They truly care about their people. They want happy employees employee's in retail. You want happy employees because you and i are going to go in there and we're going to get a great experience and we're gonna come back and spend more. It's reflected and by the way that whole value side comes directly from the top founder of the company. Jim cynical owned a lot of shares but never made more than three hundred thousand dollars a year. How different is that from companies other companies companies where the c._e._o.'s making twenty thirty forty million or in the case of some ceos where they get fired and they get a golden parachute a two hundred million dollars that doesn't bode well for the long term cultural success of the firm so to us the distinguishing characteristic any investment has got to be determining saying what those core values are what that what animates that culture and making sure. There's an alignment. Let's dive in on both of those so on the first on moats wrote. How do you define and then measure what the companies competitive advantage is. Lots of different ways first of all what what indicates indicates historically with money managers what indicates a mode is obviously some level of return invest cap so most managers out there always screening for some kind of hurdle at ten percent eleven percent hurdle on r._o._i. See over the prior five years. We've actually found more valuable than just the level of the are. I see is is the direction. There is a one to one correlation between the direction of the r._o._i. See over a five year period of time and stock performance. You know so if you if you break the market it down into five quintiles from the top quintile where they have the most rapidly rising r._o._s.'s to the bottom where they have the declining are icees. There is a one to one relationship ship between the best performing stocks on the top the top quintile and the poorest performing stock and that starting from a certain baseline absolute level of r._o._i. See from which you wanna to see growth after that and that that makes a good company or no no i mean we prefer a company. Frankly that would have <hes> the maybe five years ago had a four percent r._o._t._c. growing to five five six seven eight. That's a much better investment than a company. That's at a twelve percent r._o._i. See that might be stagnant over that period of time in not growing so there's is a huge advantage to getting that correct. There's a lot of other ways that people talk about moat buffet talked about brands when he went from being sort of a classic ben graham investor fisher fisher investor. How are the other ways that you think about what competitive advantages get incorporated into the kinds of business. You like though the obvious right disruptors low low cost providers.

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"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"I saw portfolio manager and i'm looking for a job at that time. She said okay great kurt kurt then gave me this brochure fortunately for me hired me in nineteen eighty nine to join a two hundred million dollar money manager firm down in southern california and that that was really kind of the beginning of the journey that kurt and myself and our other partners have been on for two years the turn a little bit too growth investing testing. Let's talk about a lot of we all know. Growth in value all know the disciplines of value investing here about it a lot. A lot of the time is certainly the conversations i have. What is it about growth stock investing that works. You know i think in part it's a different perspective perspective on the world to be growth investor. You have to be optimistic. You have to be optimistic about the future. Value to me is a little bit more pessimistic. You're trying to by these assets at a compelling price based on their value today with the hopes that it'll keep plugging along and then ultimately it'll be a regression to the real value for growth investing. I i like it because i tend to see the world more positively. I think it's consistent with where i am kind of psychologically and to me optimists rule the world. I think optimists are the ones who ultimately get it right because if you look back through history buffett says it all the time never bet against america i'd say never bet against great growth companies with superior cultures that are highly competitively advantaged so so let's dive into that a little bit you mentioned great growth companies what constitutes a great growth company a couple of things for us and it's very different i think from what most people do and i kind of like one of the things that that we wrestle with a lot of people now are wrestling with whether active management can outperform. I think there's a lot of evidence to suggest that it can but to me. Most managers try to buy high-quality businesses with strong economic advantages are competitive advantage of selling at a discount to intrinsic value. I think one of the reasons that active managers underperformed consistently is because everybody's doing the same thing all approaching the market from the same perspective. What we have found is more times than not if you're just looking for high quality wide moat businesses selling cheaply today..

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"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"PM and wcbMcom. Good morning. Frank liberal, the WCM? Marilyn news news coming up on five. Thirty one Maryland is one of nine states along with DC agreeing to work to curb transportation emissions claiming transportation emissions account for the largest portion of the region's carbon pollution offered. Kelly school superintendent proposes cutting one hundred and seventy nine teaching and administrative positions. The close a thirty five. Million dollars spending gap. It's hoped. Many of those affected could be reassigned to take the place of those resigning and retiring from the school system, the court case against former Trump national security adviser, Michael Flynn is not over yet. Flynn had been expected to be sentenced yesterday in federal court for lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russians and said US district. Judge Emmet Sullivan gave the retired general a tongue lashing for his conduct and raise the prospect that he could spend time in prison Flynn's lawyers decided to request a sentencing postponement to allow to cooperate even more with government cases, part of the federal government will shut down on Saturday. If a spending Bill is not passed. Fox's Chad pergram says this is not the first time this year, there has been a threat of a government shutdown. There was a lot of drama earlier this year when President Trump and his administration. Orchestrated and negotiated a big omnibus spending Bill, and then when they send it to the White House, the president for a few hours threatened to veto it which caught everybody on Capitol Hill off guard, and frankly made people quite mad President Trump has threatened to shut down the government again, if he does not get funding for his border wall. I'll.

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"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We're the WCM Maryland us at our man charging fatal hit and run in Telsim and Baltimore inches closer to three hundred homicides. Details are those stories and other local news following the Fox News at the top of the hour. It's now nine o'clock. Stay connected with stimulating talk. Breaking news on talkradio. Six hundred eighty double new CD, Baltimore and wcbMcom. He won't let President Trump sit down for an interview with a special counsel. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News over my dead body. But you know, I could be dead. Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani says the Muller probes gone too far investigating business records from the nineteen eighties. Fox's John decker live at the White House Rudy Giuliani. President Trump's personal lawyer on Fox News Sunday continuing to slam special counsel, Robert Muller and his investigation of the president which has now lasted for more than a year and a half. They went from collusion to obstruction no evidence. Now campaign finance no violation of the law. No matter who's right about what they said. It's no violation of the law last week. The president's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen getting a three year prison sentence for campaign finance violations and lying to congress. Dave Johnny lied to congress over his Russia contacts Democrats plan to further investigate Trump business dealings when they take control and the house next year. President Trump tweeted the Michael Cohen a rat. And at the FBI illegally broke into Cohen's office on a raid in April. Now, former FBI director James Comey tweeted back that the president is lying Komi. We'll be back in the capital next hour face more questions in private from House Republicans about the Trump and Clinton investigations it's all about Jim Komi, and he thinks the rules. Don't apply to him. You can just go to last week where he said he got away with not following the rules when they interviewed Mike Flynn GOP. Congressman Jim Jordan Flynn, the former national security advisor pleaded guilty to line the FBI. But an issue before tomorrow's sentencing Flynn, the FBI pushed for him not to have a lawyer present. But the special counsel responded Flynn agreed to that end chose not to tell the truth. President Trump also tweeted Obamacare's high deductibles hurt families badly this days after a federal judge ruled Obamacare's unconstitutional. Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer told NBC's meet the press, we're going to fight this tooth and nail. But the president wrote a supreme court decision upholding. The ruling would lead to great healthcare for Americans..

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"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Red bear someone watch the news. They want someone they can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in bringing what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news, but really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's for AM midnight were there channel real news. Real honest opinion, the six eighty WCM news time, three minutes past five o'clock and wake of the shooting deaths of eleven people inside a Pittsburgh synagogue about one thousand members of Baltimore's Jewish community. Gather Sunday at the Baltimore Hebrew congregation to decry acts of anti semitism. Baltimore police report. No local threats to local synagogues, but are taking precautions nonetheless early voting underway in Maryland. Federal and state officials are confident the voting. System is well protected against cyber threats from foreign nations. A man dies after shot in the face Saturday night in the fifty three hundred block of Plymouth road in Hamilton hills. In Baltimore, a good. Samaritan woman is killed on route fifteen year college park, but a car strikes her as she stops to help another motorist involved in an accident. Criminal charges against the car's driver a possibility I'll look at sports coming up in a moment winter is upon us. Frigid temperatures snow sleet, freezing rain and ice wreak havoc on.

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"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Hello i'm ted site he's and this is capital allocators this show is an open exploration of the people and process behind capital allocation through conversations with leaders in the money game we learn how these holders if the keys to the kingdom allocate their time and their capital you can keep up today by visiting capitol allocators podcasts dot com with so much of the institutional world focused on value investing including my own training i was pleasantly surprised to learn about a large high performing growth stock manager located in a nondescript building in laguna beach california my guest on today's show is paul black portfolio manager and co ceo of wcm investment management a twenty six billion dollar manager of global equities that he joined when it was a two hundred million dollar boutique in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine polls early career included positions at wells fargo bank and bank of america our conversation starts with paul's trial by fire entry into the business and turns to growth stock investing including defining a great growth company searching for widening moats assessing a culture that's tied to competitive advantage creating a positive culture within wcm learning from mistakes identifying tailwinds and protecting the downside paul embodies the principles he preaches an offer some tasty food for thought please enjoy my conversation with paul black paul is great to be here with you i know we've been trying to do this for a while why don't we start with how in the world.

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"wcm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That was the league's best for several years use do thirteen million this coming season after missing half of 2017 with an achilles injury sherman on where he'd like to head up throwing program i playing high level and i'm thought secondly you don't want well what others and continue to elevate if my teammates off eight overs um obviously in seattle we had a lot of explained that a high left garbage so you know we all just have to sit in like no one in play all children also like we all do that very well and didn't that's why we have you know what i call switch on secondary that was like we were younger and help them grow and help them looks astra more if the number of us why it in the situation because comfortable from the shore my relationship repeat is outstanding um i've always been and it has been favored a fifth off pasta on wcm river denmak though you know you here you're all but you know nonsense out there that he's going to get emotional and represents there are so they got here at the worst part of the four pros you know that's that's that's you know it's kind of a kind of feels like you didn't belittle at that point when people talk to you i sadly like you can't handle yourself a professional who spanner and you know it's been nothing but professional i mean you can talk to strong anything talks tv five ferries compensations forever stereo and move forward ask we need suit on anything great the thomas thinking evening great as have them uh the minister relationship at all then you know there's he sherman on 973 cairo fm meantime from the nba the rockets arrived in toronto friday fivegame shy matching their franchise record twenty twogame win streak the ractors a team that handed houston it's worse home laws of the season us sixteen point set back in november and guess what that trend would continue on friday areza gets the wall joe johnson fuel reza a d three media outlets the canadian exchange rates aclu seventeen got zero puts break his overlook the it is indeed deers and ten fifty kyle lowry thirty d'amour derozen 23 raptors beat the rockets one away to 105 snapping used in seventeen game win streak the rockets lose for.

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"wcm" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on WEEI

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"wcm" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on WTMA

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"wcm" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Is what's fair is fair what's equal treatment what's level the playing field these are all the words that members by members friends from the other side said business as well as individuals if you're gonna come up with a not like this you want it to be fair and you've got to come up with a standard deduction so i oppose this amendment because this is a onesided amendment come up with a standard deduction it makes it fares fair equal is equal level the playing field business swells individuals and maybe somebody on their side will have to work with you on that gentleman yelled happy to work with you mr crowley democrat joe crowley from new york wcm washed missile democrat terry so from alabama making a chair on i like to attempt to answer the question that my colleague on that our colleague i sandy levin asked why is it that our colleagues on the other side will answer the question why are you willing to give middle class families take away their state and local tax deduction but not willing to do the same for businesses as i said in my opening statement this is about values what do you bound in sandy what they're saying is that they would gather value businesses over middle class and working families and that's unacceptable you know if you look at the fact that we are choosing winners and losers in this tax code and what we're basically saying sandy is that the winter should be the business and not individuals not the hardworking people that we represent in its unacceptable double you know i know that i represent one of these recipient state not a donor state the state of alabama received almost two dollars for every one dollar we get from the from the federal government but even my district which is a relatively point would benefit from not being doubling tacked on their state and local deductions in fact in my district twenty eight percent of the tax payers used the salt deduction and the average salt deduction is around six thousand three eight hundred.

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"wcm" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Similar for stream signal eso signal are for stream and i was about to say w yeah yeah yeah yes but it's the reverse israeli the the reverse direction we allow he's to put up a service listener from anywhere we expect to expose that service listener unto the clyde and the relay is literally the oldest feature of asher right we we made the first public preview of that available on may 31st two thousand and six while and i remember go thinking about you this is what we first talking about azure we were talking about the challenges of between data center between organization wcm messaging getting through nats and firewall yes and you know all of those restrictions i do is so hard to go point two point like you you had to have i t involved and in renegotiate sockets though fourgoal the sudden this relay the we'll both agree to talk to the cloud yeah a cloud will i there facilitate the transaction itself or facilitate the connection for the transaction at its so so this literary started as the incubation ended up team and we still have adopts ef very end of that that's very superpopular because no matter how many people are not liking it it still is in the enterprise landscape cheer in many developers pickup dumped ef because it does what it does it does that well yes and if you are staying on the on this straight path of say just make a service contract and we demand transactional integrity and wanted any control we want roll back that it's.

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"wcm" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"wcm" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Similar for stream signal eso signal are for stream and i was about to say w yeah yeah yeah yes but it's the reverse israeli the the reverse direction we allow he's to put up a service listener from anywhere we expect to expose that service listener unto the clyde and the relay is literally the oldest feature of asher right we we made the first public preview of that available on may 31st two thousand and six while and i remember go thinking about you this is what we first talking about azure we were talking about the challenges of between data center between organization wcm messaging getting through nats and firewall yes and you know all of those restrictions i do is so hard to go point two point like you you had to have i t involved and in renegotiate sockets though fourgoal the sudden this relay the we'll both agree to talk to the cloud yeah a cloud will i there facilitate the transaction itself or facilitate the connection for the transaction at its so so this literary started as the incubation ended up team and we still have adopts ef very end of that that's very superpopular because no matter how many people are not liking it it still is in the enterprise landscape cheer in many developers pickup dumped ef because it does what it does it does that well yes and if you are staying on the on this straight path of say just make a service contract and we demand transactional integrity and wanted any control we want roll back that it's.

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