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How COVID-19 has changed shopper behaviour

Bloomberg Surveillance

04:48 min | 4 hrs ago

How COVID-19 has changed shopper behaviour

"Equity research committed. I'm trying to understand this to the increases in Cove it positive testing rates in United States America across the country, including hospitalizations. The very late two people shopping less or just changing how they shop. Shopping left for sure. Thanks for having me. Fantastic. Have you let's build on that. Then Camilla waited, They shot less. In store today is Black. Friday here in the U. S. And Covad 19 is completely challenging traditional holiday calendar. I think we're gonna be seeing very few shopaholics trending on Twitter campaign outside of Wal Mart or Target or bust by today. And That very muted outlook we have on black Friday, which traditionally has been one of the biggest holiday shopping days of the year, has to do a fear of covert 19 and daily cases. Reaching new daily highs. In fact, the survey in October found That a little over 10% of consumers said that they were very likely to shop in stores on Black Friday. So Camilla, the medium on the medium of which people choose. The sharp is clearly shifting away from bricks and mortar towards e commerce. That's been clear for years and accelerated through this pandemic. When I say where were they shop less? I'm trying to understand. What will people spend money on Home Depot in the home improvement channel? That is just being absolutely massive through this year. Is that what you see continued strength into 2021, even with the vaccine. Absolutely. When we look at the survey data, we've seen elevated interest for home decker and home furnishings, which doesn't come to us a surprise given that with covert 19 cocooning People are taking on more at home living projects, but also the data that we looked that has shown that gift card that clothing and accessories will continue to be popular categories this holiday season. Wow, clothing Finally, because everyone seems to been pretty doom and gloom on that one, commander. I'm a sucker for an experiential present. You know, you name it, Cook recalls some sort of cocktail making thing in people doing that. I mean, we've seen a B and B managed to pivot into that sort of element of things. But I feel the experiential is gonna be foot coming off the gas. What we're seeing. This is specifically with the higher income. Demographic and why we have a forecast for the holiday season season of a case shaped economic recovery is that higher income individuals which have seen Master restoration of jobs and higher income growth there, actually Distinct spend away from pandemic. Reliant services like travel like entertainment liked experiences, and that spend is actually shifting into retail this holiday season. So our holiday outlook, which is that retail sales for the month of November and December will be flat year over year coming in at $1.5. Trillion. It's really reliant on how much these higher income individuals splurge this holiday season. SK shaped economy is so important to us on the unequal nature of which this rebound is occurring, who benefits by the fact that there are fortunately, middle high income brackets were able to spend on a on a piece of jewelry rather than high end luxury travel. Bond, who doesn't who loses out by the fact that those are now who can manage to get back to work at the moment, are unable to buy for their Children in the way that he usually would Under retailer and we did a digital traffic analysis. It's an analysis that we run every year to forecaster, winners and losers and the reason why we look at digital traffic. Because we see a direct positive correlation between digital traffic it in store traffic. And we saw growing momentum. Luxury brands like Tiffany's entering this holiday season, and then one name that we called out in terms of our top five winners was Williams Sonoma, which is a digital first home furnishing retailer. Specifically targeted to a higher income demographic and then in terms of losers. I think it comes more on the lower income consumer end because We think that this group of people is are very likely to embrace frugality this holiday season As fiscal stimulus starts to run low, there are estimates step approximately 12 million workers. Are facing a jobless benefit Cliff on December 26. We appreciate your time this morning. Ready to have you had a wonderful Thanksgiving chameleonic Chesky there of CFR A on retail in America. Home Depot count on hard Home Depot this

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The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

06:54 min | 2 years ago

The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The latest must have bay area accessories. Respirators and air purifiers by Malir Russell, David Jair kiss trek to his job at Williams Sonoma in San Francisco on Monday sporting and excessively that's in high demand a respirator. He shared a selfie to Instagram captioning. The photo the new normal for walking to work as firefighters may gains on the campfire the wildfire in Butte county people in the bay area. Continued early in the week to deal with poor air quality caused by smoke drifting in from the inferno that nearly wiped out the town of paradise one hundred seventy five miles from San Francisco, though, public health officials continue to urge residents to stay indoors and orange unhealthy. Air alert went out Monday that hasn't stopped people from lining up at hardware stores to get their hands on industrial gray. Facemasks which offer some defense against toxic chemicals and gases, particularly popular are and ninety five particular respirators a mask and filter combination that fits over the face and blocks at least ninety five percent of very small particles in the smoky air, which health officials recommend over disposable face masks, that offer little protection fine articles blowing in from the wildfire can collect in the body to cause persistent, coughing difficulty breathing and reductions in lung function, according to the California Department of public health hardware stores started selling out of masks Friday when residents woke to hazy orange skies and the smell of smoke Renato. Goose Lonnie junior manager of the coal hardware store on fourth street said people in San Francisco freely spend on days like that. They can see if they can smell it. Guess Lonnie said the same thing happened during the wine country. Fires in October twenty seventeen Cole made a dedicated line for mask shoppers. So it could ring up other customers quickly as it did in two thousand seventeen the store has sold out twice since Friday, sending employee's to restock at an ace hardware distribution hob in Rockland over the weekend. Virginia carpenter owner of an ace hardware store. In Berkeley, said she answers calls every few minutes from people looking for face masks. They were back in stock Monday after her son James also in as employees left Sunday morning to pick up thousands of masks and some air purifiers from the Rockland warehouse after unloading his SUV, he went on to work a shift at the cash register. He was overwhelmed by words of thanks from customers. Carpenter said, some shoppers are going online three m accompany best known for its scotch tape and post it notes has three different varieties. Have masks or respirators on Amazon's industrial and scientific bestsellers list. The most popular is in an ninety five model. A box of ten sells for sixteen dollars twenty five cents. Kristen curry who lives in Chico spent the weekend shuttling back and forth to buy masks and other goods in the bay area to take back home her cousin's house burned in the blaze, some of her close friends and colleagues lost parents other relatives and pets curry said she wanted to contribute in some small way. She'd heard that the hardware stores near Chico were selling out of masks as quickly as they could stock them rationing supplies to one box per person curry drove Friday to the bay area to stay with her mom together. They bought out masks from two local hardware stores spending about two hundred dollars. Curry folded down the seats of her Honda element to make room for roughly two hundred twenty masks, new clothing, ensued. Cases and drove north barely able to see out the back. She donated the goods to neighborhood churches, and the Red Cross most of her friends had procured masks by then my intention was to donate as many as I could to the victims paradise. Of course, didn't have any curry said whether or not I could afford it. I was going to figure it out where there's a consumer need. There's a startup and San Francisco has one that's drawn a measure of controversy molecule sells seven hundred ninety nine dollar air purifier that it claims destroys air pollutants as opposed to just trapping them with a fine mesh filter as traditional purifiers do J arou- a co founder and the chief operating officer said the company has seen sales tick up since Thursday when the campfire erupted and began offering same day delivery in San Francisco to meet demand. Some people criticized the startup in tweets and face. Book comments for pricing. It's device. Ohi others called on molecule, which is spelled M O L E K U L E to donate devices to schools and evacuation centers. Everyone is talking about how great molecule is today. Jake Chapman, a tech investor said and a tweet that's great. But can we also talk about how horrifying it is that climate change makes it so only people with a spare eight hundred dollars can afford safe air for themselves and their children Jiao said molecule employee's delivered donated units to the Red Cross evacuation center at the Butte county fairgrounds over the weekend. They're working to get more units out to fire houses and relief groups this week as molecule did during the wine country fires molecule asked its employees to come into the office over the weekend to help with surging demand without blinking. The team showed up rows said dozens of schools across sonoma's yolo. Boot contra Costa and other counties in the area of the smoke trail from the campfire were closed most school districts in the bay area remained open local administrators make the decision based on air quality reports and conditions in their local communities when air-quality drops to unhealthy levels. San Francisco unified school district limits time spent outdoors and closely watches students with asthma and other health conditions. According to gentle Blyth, a deputy superintendent most public schools as well as many private schools were closed Monday for Veterans Day severance, Iskoe chronicle staff writer, Jill Tucker, contributed to this report.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fifty two week high as as deckers outdoors williams sonoma a variety of chipotle mexican grill it's even though we're not seeing that direction that you were talking about in the market i just wanted interesting pay pal holdings hitting new fifty two week high technology sitting in new fifty two week life dillard's new fifty two week highs at dunkin brands in new i mean it's i just think it's interesting that you're getting a lot of companies hitting new fifty two week highs in a market that doesn't show any overall direct exactly on that point there was a story that caught my eye yesterday so jack dorsey he is the head of square and twitter both are on the brink of having one hundred percent gains this year their shares doubling this year so deserve exactly that point yes perhaps it's directionless with respect to overall market direction but there has been a clear shift in favor of very specific companies netflixing short can be included among them that have seen absolutely and a behemoth here in stock returns and i thought this was interesting because a lot of people thought jack dorsey couldn't do it own being the head of both square and twitter but but but he seems to be doing just fine this year who we should point out just to give you an idea where they stay right now they're both down the days where all right then but squares up ninety four percent this year twitter's up eighty nine percent and what's interesting was square is that in the past week you have seen three different and was raised their price estimates on the stock enough to become shall we say the high man on the totem pole when it comes to analysts projections today was no more looking for eighty two dollars a share in the next twelve months twenty six percent increase in their forecasts you've seen it happen before just interesting analysts are kind of falling all over themselves at least in the case of square to increase their numbers i mean we saw previously with key bank at seventy dollars in ever core isi seventy three dollars so there's a lot of optimism and it's a matter of whether that kind of optimism is going to be justified and just to your point lisa square was trading at a fifty to a new fifty two week high a couple of minutes after the open this morning so you're quite right square fifty two week high as well as net flicks also hitting a new fifty two week that was on the open now we're lower by about one one in quarter percent but on the open lot of stocks heading new fifty two week highs andy thanks very much dave wilson bloomberg stocks commerce send dave an email at dwilson at bloomberg dot net makers day sign up for his daily free email newsletter and follow him online at the one day and follow lisa abramowicz on twitter at lisa abramowicz one now let's go.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"What butter peanut butter doesn't clamp your molars together and also taste yeah this is mildly preposterously wrong what yeah it's i'm sorry i mean i don't want to this is horseshoe no i'm not it's the spicy takes do not come naturally to me i'm glad that this guy likes peanut butter it's readily available it's better for you than caramel i would say that like your dental health would probably be better if you replace caramel with with peanut butter but things would not taste better you can't caramel even good on anything but ice cream yeah oh yeah yeah i like caramel it's super good i don't know twix twix bar fucking a snickers twix bars or better than normal twix bars you know i actually i actually think that's true too i i enjoy the peanut butter twix more like if i'm choosing between care caramel trash candy peanut butter trash candy i'm probably going to get the peanut butter one like peanut butter cup or something like that see i went i think that i respect your opinion on that but i feel like i recently like you start noticing sometimes later in life as you become more sophisticated that like the chocolate that gets used on a lot of candy bars insanely sucky and bad and not like i i don't need it to be like eighty five percent cal or whatever but it's like a point where you're eating it and you're like this is like a spackle that has been.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Avengers vs x men versus star wars i'm looking forward to a time when all entertainment is not only upgraded grim in gertie versions of entertainment franchises that i loved when i was five years old but they all collide together at once i think that's actually the future of the entire industry is that even like genre movies are going to have to have like one x man in them like any like like detective thing it's like going to be whatever like everyone sorta you know it's a normal thing it setting the city there's been a murder like you're trying to find out who who solves it but like the flash is solving it yeah i can totally see this like you know like tom hardy ryan gosling or something like that they have you know they have their trenchcoat the collars up it's a rainy night some sultry women's voices playing you know they're clearly making a recollection and then just like lobo pops up the space bounty hunter from dc comics to help he's the sidekick hit me knit into a greater continuity if you own the ip though you might as well use it yeah you're gonna get a five minute or like a five second glance of colossus in like in like an oscar bait movie just so families can be like oh my god we're going to have next movie oli yeah like the i like nancy meyers movies have played the meryl streep is in like a sort of like of marriage treatment sort of a therapy sorta session and then later on it turns at that magneto therapist we bigalow his recreated the boar war and it's.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Raising i have bought joni because it's always like we just mentioned trader joe's this is now fisher the yuppyish podcast of all time but like you can get one you can get one of these talion cakes trader joe's for like eight bucks or something like that this one has a testimonial from a customer and i'm gonna read you that before i have you guessed the price meager santi rites into the calix she says i by several these amazing italian cakes every year and give them to family and friends i've tried pana tony from many sources but none can compare what the ones from williams sonoma roth how much is a panel tony thought fragrant parco lou yes of an ancient recipe i think panatone through the most amusing thing that you can buy a supermarket i don't believe that most of them are ever opened i think simply circulate land this is under extremely old joke with fruitcakes i've always wondered who would eat them i think that this probably is like thirty dollars and it could even be hilariously more but i'm not just on principle i don't wanna say a number higher than thirty marsh mun i'm gonna say seventy dollars marshall was closer it is forty nine dollars is you are by the way you are right raw paige tony's the new fruitcake it is the more acceptable fruitcake even though i personally will eat fruitcake i have no like as as much as a stand up comedian trope like a fruitcake is full of sugar and liquor i've never had the issue with that other people have do either of you eat for gig.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Hard not to say pizza bagel their pizza there the little pizza bagels that you can get in the store perfect for nibbling with a glass of wine margarita mushroom and spinach and hammond grew year twenty four mini pizzas eight of each flavor marchment how much do you think twenty four miniature bitesize pizzas costs twelve ninety nine should be like five dollars it's not i know that it's not al save fifteen dollars with did you also dating twelve ninety nine i'll go over the answer is sixty nine dollars ninety good each small pizza contains within capacity to pick up why internet and with simply by plugging in your usb port you can download the flavor of the pizza onto any of your mobile devices and carry it with you wherever you go that that is legitimately to mate you get maybe two platters at the wedding reception out of that right like unaccepta i mean it's a it's a catering item it's what i would it's what the you know where i stand by the kitchen door because on the drunk guy the wedding and i'm just waiting for the the waiter come out so i can house all the mini pizzas for you the mama celeste version of that is like four dollars ninety nine cents do you ever do you ever ogle the frozen appetizers at the grocery store and think that they they look so much better than you know they're actually going to be.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"More for when it was usb yeah yeah is there one that i could do if i'm like if i bought dial my phone that it would run for twelve hours while i'm out of the ten the one that does it intend seconds costs fifty thousand dollars that's the premium you pay this is item number thirty six dash one ten five seven twenty the slice shark khuda reset includes traditional salt and air cured italian style shuto spicy salami calabrese a apple with smoked salami the boley and robust so present flavored with whole black pepper corns and garlic ultimate cured meat and cheese gentlemen broth what do you think this costs tonight how many ounces of these are we talking about this a specify fifteen ounces and i have no earthly idea what an ounce of meat would look like no concept at all i think one ounce is very small fifty almost exactly one pound i will say forty five dollars marksman i'm going to say forty dollars roth was close with the answers forty nine ninety five good gun pricing meets in my private life so this is not surprised i'm just mostly president get it exactly right these are shorted many pizzas perfect for nibbling with glass of wine mini ides i swear to god they're they're very small ok per hour nibbling they're frozen prices i yes i think they're frozen pizzas and i think they're bite size i don't it's not like it's like pizza hut personal pan pizza that's very sad but at least it's like it'll it'll sir you're you're sadder port breakfast but it'll do these are these are canapes these are a tina buttercup.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"God us not carrot everybody does dinners with where the charac clubs where are the fucking character loves tasting some durmus on this turnip and i also freely confessed that i own williams sonoma i on some of the semi the peppermint bark and i have enjoyed it and then we have melamine mixing bowls from there because the catalog essentially serves it's like you look at like the two thousand dollar coffee machine you're like ooh that's nice but then you end up buying as roth said like a stranger you know because it's like you buy like a three dollar teacup steel it's the cheapest most practical thing in there or something like that but i have a very very special game i'd like to play with you gentlemen or are you game since you are both live in new york as we record this yeah let's do it okay i i have extra items in the in the catalog i'd like to describe to you and then i would like you to guess the price so this is like guessing the nfl gambling lines except this time vegas has no idea what these prices are that sound good go go for for it this is the prepare thraw ther the prepare thraw ther new and exclusive froth milk and under twenty seconds high speed motor what is the price gentlemen of the preparer froth a roth you get to guess i really wonderful question say twenty nine ninety nine twenty nine ninety nine march men what is your guests thirty seven ninety six okay you are both over it was nineteen ninety five reasonably priced froth yeah that's a bargain is there one that fraught the milk faster than twenty seconds because i would i would pay more for that.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"I don't that's not what i've heard i think a lot of times especially red wine stuff it just goes away really so you just you let age like flying blind evaporates and then the suit in many cases is actually it's like with tommy john surgery many cases it's actually better looking in more valuable than it was before it someone mushed eight ounces of red wine onto it that's that's now that's just a blatant lie the mkx marshfield there's i think reasonable parties can disagree on this i don't i'm not gonna sit here and debate semantics with dirt's not the i'm just gonna take roth at his word because i'm a i'm a big procrastinator and i would like to think that this problem will solve itself without any any interaction for me if it doesn't you can expect a bill from my attorney hey guys we got hot stove news hot stove unbelievably hot stove all my got my hot stove soun derek jeter who was the owner of the marlins he's not the owner of the fuck and marlins derek jeter who who bought the marlins for reasons that are really unbeknownst to me because he didn't have the money and certainly didn't need the hassle i wanna hear that dare not by the marlins a sleazy businessman bought the marlins with by piling up debt and derek jeeter put in twenty five million dollars in exchange for four percent yes a chunk of the franchise and freezing basically serving as as the owner nominal ceo he's i think he's the control person which the baseball term of art for the person who actually goes to the meetings where they sit around talking about how to fuck over teenagers and it's generally a branding ploy it's like if the nets put if like procure off put jay z in charge of game operations for the nets right he's a face he's a front but he agreed to it and he's not dope right.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"The corporate property of disney so they can be imported into the marvel cinematic universe that we've come to know and love and we have the prospect of not only say a vendors versus xmen but vendors verses xmen versus star wars i'm looking forward to a time when all entertainment is not only um upgraded grim gertie versions of entertainment franchises that i loved when i was five years old but they all collide together at once i think that's actually the future of the entire industries that even like john remove these are going to have to have like one x man in them like any like like detective thing it's like gonna be whatever like everyone sorta you know it's a normal thing it set in a city there's been a murder you're trying to find out who do solves it but like the flash solving it yeah i can totally see this like you know uh like tom hardier ryan gosling or something like that they have you know they have their trenchcoat the the callers up it's a rainy night um some sultry woman's voices playing you know they're clearly making a recollection and then just like um logo pops up the the space pounds he hunter from dc comics to help he's the sidekick hail hey all had me knit into a greater continuity if you own ip though you might as well use it yeah you're gonna get a five minute really like a fivesecond lights glance of like colossus in like in like an oscar baid movie to seal families can be like oh my god they're gonna have causes index boom we oldie yeah like the i don't like nancy myers movies have play.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"The we're back we'll back walk through before until we have a on breaking news update the san diego padres have traded second baseman ryan chimps two tampa bay raise in exchange for minor league infielder or outfielder possibly dion cancel those are real names marginally with israel names they are real names these are real players real baseball transactions tian tents oh my god wrought this is worse than fuck and blight sucks his name is schrempf debt lift shrimp very close shimpo ship mv schrimm only share that is a he had one of my favorite like general baseball lines last year like he basically he hit thirteen homers in like a hundred and fifty atbats but then basically everything else he did was the strike out that is cool i i respect your uh evergreen affinity for studying baseball numbers i i and i my son is now the football and heats e all he does the stare at the crawl and look at the numbers and is fascinated by other numbers and i i i respect the d numerology but you have continued to a spouse retro baseball joaquin sure that it's an anxious time for a father bit i want you to know that i'm living proof that by the time your son is forty he can get a job uh margarine also there is exciting his on your end it is star wars week and i got big boehner for star wars but you are much more excited about the potential collision of i believe the dc and marvel universes that correct no man bok choy going to be acquired by disney it appears which means that fox which owns all the good marvel villains they own a the spiderman franchise fantastic four and xmen an out so now those can be drawn over into the marvel cinematic universe which has suffered from a dearth of quality villains dr doom callaque this magneto um all sorts of characters like that are owned by fox which makes terrible superhero movies and now all the good villains are going to be a.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Roth what are user i feel like i want to say 1200 again just feel so good i know it's not it's probably gotta be less than a thousand dollars let's say no you're you're both way off the of the price is two thousand four hundred ninety nine bucks and nothing that makes sense because you did say textures milk to your laying the today the tatum the espresso so an ad for for referenced the frothy law and that we started with was twenty dollars so you could get a frothing wand and just say a coffee maker and you would save like a house you would never touch screen that are due roth are you oak a fancy coffee person like what you get a lot say or or or kathy later in the event should not discuss i'm not like the biggest milk person in the world like i'll get an americano sometimes instead of getting regular cup of coffee but mostly m a drip coffee person i like good coffee and like we make me do like a cold processed thing at home which sounds fancy but it's just like you make a bunch concentrate and then i turn it into hot coffee every morning around the same time uh but yes i'd like the idea of having a robot that makes like fancied milk drinks for you at home that are caffeinated is like i don't know how rich i would have to get to have two thousand dollars to devote to that but like significantly richer than i will i think ever be your this one really nice thing about t is that while there have been some silicon valley attempts to disrupt he liby watson wrote really funny thing and gizmodo about this he curic um the kassam rediculous amount of money it's it's really really really hard to disrupt t too much it's just hot water and like dirt and if you get the fanciest or possible it's just not that expensive.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Yes there's like this regret and i don't think in this house i don't think we've ever finished a carton of eggnog uh except the one time we bought novelty gingerbread nod which are almost kirkman which at homebush certain lewis made of uranium and i i i house that just third of anti ninety nine williamson noble meal that to your house it's made with it has real gingerbread it's from a recipe that was invented in sixteen 64 i've even more ridiculous items to get you but i'm gonna take a quick break and come right back hi i'm madeleine davies host of judge rebels dirt cast their cast digs deep on the shallow industry of celebrity gossip giving you an inside look at how famous people publicists tabloids and even scientology come together to create the celebrity news you love to hate i saw criminal activity and even one death there were covered up in order to protect the church you can find the show on apple podcast npr one and wherever else you get your podcasts and two hey what baggage gentlemen do either of you have a blender uh i have a bye have multiple blunder sav a food processor and a blender not to bear a gateway also to calendars to reiterate martian why do you have to blenders see you do have one for like kale juicing one for like yogurt no of get a food crowder we've got a blender somewhere around that we don't use 'cause we have a food processes and we also have a stick blender which i think i've mel olang has before the immersion blender yeah you know i think it's rate below like your chefs knife and your cast iron pot like if you leave you at a cup you have a plan a pot the chefs knife and a stick blender i think you're good well gentlemen i think you should throw all your blenders in the toilet because williamson no ma a cadillac has the vitamix a 3500 a set blender was vibe recruit graham settings for smoothies hot serbs dips in spreads frozen desserts and self cleaning 10year warranty candy apple red brush stainless or whites what is elf clyde.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Uh share europe's historic holiday treats with traditional cakes breads and confections celebrate the region's timehonored recipes from a veronabased bakery founded an 18 88 made with butter eggs flour and sugar and dried fruit and levin with a natural yeast the results as soft fragrant loaf salt river new oh my gosh i i have bought panajot only because it's always like we just mentioned trader joe's this is now officially the as podcast of all time but like you can get one you can get one of these italian caixa trader joe's for like eight bucks or something like that this one has a testimonial from a customer and i'm gonna read you that before i have you guess the price many gril santi uh rights into the gala she says i buy several these amazing italian cakes every year and give them to family and friends i've tried penitani from many sources but none can compare with the ones from williamson noma roth how much is a panda tony how much irada thought fragrant parco low yes the doesn't of an ancient recipe i think penitence or the most amusing thing that you can buy a supermarket i don't believe that most of them are ever opened i think simply circulate where does that are extremely old joke with fruitcakes i've always wondered who would eat them i think that this probably is like thirty dollars and it could even be hilariously more but i'm not just on principle i don't want to say a number higher than thirty marksman i'm going to say seventy dollars.

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"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"The fog like pretty should be like five dollars it's not i know that it's not i'll save fifteen dollars we did you also beaten doors both sides waldner idea and i'll go over uh the answer is sixty nine dollars ninety three each small pizza contains within it the capacity to pick up wifi internet and with similar by plugging in your usb port you can download flavor of the pizza on to any of your mobile devices and carry with you wherever you go that that is legitimately two may you get maybe two platters of the wedding reception out of that right like is unacceptable i mean it's it gets a catering nine of it's what i would it's what the you know where i stand by the kitchen door because on the drunk guide the wedding and i'm just waiting for the the waiter come out so i can house other mini pizzas for your nose gets an esa the momma celeste version of that is like four dollars ninety nine cents do you ever do you ever ogle the frozen appetizers at the grocery store and think that they they've look so much better than you know they're actually going to be like now you meyer and stuff i'm not ever wanted to get them but it the anything that photographs wollek i've seen enough like actually frozen frozen food to know that it does you feel terrible the moment you start thinking about it let alone you know go to the trouble of eating it up the exception being i guess frozen peace which i think are delicious there is good his regular peace frozen frozen frozen vegetables and fruits and fruits are good but as far as like prepared frozen foods i mean we don't have a microwaves truly eggs care that temptation.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"You know i bet you it is it's like oh it's a smart wind humidor and their held app right i don't want to refrigerator that doesn't have wi fi in it like this is this is two thousand seventeen and i want to be able to turn my refrigerator off using my phone by accident yeah i have mobile floors in my house because i live in philadelphia were were real estate is less expensive than it is in new york and so it's extremely important to me that i can modulate the temperature of my various pino's um from my bedroom hi now blocking dyers i actually do not i used to receive the catalogue in the mail and i don't anymore and i don't know if that's because wimps nova nefarious lee left me off of the mailing list because i'd do the post or if it's just a two snacks than it was prod snacks and but i prefer to think i was so punk that they won't sent it to me and you know to to britain to break debts been k fehb bit i seem to recall williamson employees letting you know that they were not as displeased as you might think by no annual exercise in hatred and saddles right i got i got a nice lehrer from some ones and the first year we did they sent me potato gloves and i use them scrub the potatoes and they did get my potatoes clean although i don't i didn't i i think just rents in good potatoes what it was went with on their luck potato glove i think we all the cato cato gloves are commonly used term that we both live to know and use all the time potato gloves are and this is this is true they are they like excoriating gloves that is exactly rises in the field.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Work goes bankrupt and they end up um with all over the lesser deal that'll screw up the value like all those things are possible but from the perspective of owners it's totally rational to just fixate on that on that big top number plus you know if i were an owner giving derek cheater the opportunity humiliate himself by cars playing a businessman would be really appealing to me and i i say i i america give credit nfl but the nfl long ago decided that everyone has got by team has to be a legitimate in a multi dollar evil shit bag and that happened actually when the when the vikings were purchased by ziggy will they are actually not initially perched buzzer you off their perch by businessman in reggie fowler who turned out to not have enough doda actually for the team himself ziggy was like a minority investor and they had to go does the game basically baiqin to by a team because he was the one who had all the money because he was criminal and he ended up buying it and being store the fr owner you know after after rim mccombs it on the team and so the nfl was like we're we're washing our hands of these owners who are awash in debt and aren't really is riches they say they are that's why and go into business with trump well if you if you want to get technical about um mlb has a debt equity rule that has been somewhat selectively enforce over the so there was a period of time or bud seelig was really enforcing this as a way of busing the tops of owners who didn't back his preferred policies and everything and you know they did force of the courts out of owning the dodgers because they had you know less money than i do so quickly hallucinated um you know they basically like put the team on their credit card and they treated it was the seriously treated the rights to like some parking lots that they owned in boston for the team more or less like that's not i would make a funny your joke if i had was making a joke about it that's basically what they did.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"williams sonoma" Discussed on Deadcast

"Why why do you think march from what do you think mlb is let this happen like why did they even let this group by the marlins was a where they just blinded by jitter having to ipads and that matched his jersey number or what i you know i think mlb owners all small sports seem owners are really focused on whatever the top line sale number is because that's how the value their own franchise so if the marlins cell four on paper one point two billion dollars and you know it's really some some fraud where they pile up all this debt in kind of a you know really scam you way and the rest of it is all deferred money and and this and that um that doesn't bother the other owners because they have a potential competitor whose hamstrung by lack of cash flow and then say will the frigate marlin sold for one point two billion dollars so my giants are worth seven billion dollars and then doesn't the franchise value immediately go down after something like this happens seat no not really because it's it's a basic matter cashflow the the tv rights and the national money or just so big that you basically you know you can't lose money so the for it that's why the franchise values are ever escalating and always going up there might i mean it might be a bubble and certainly a lot of people think that there's going to be some sports equivalent of the retail apocalypse were all this debt comes due and the teams can't quite figure out how to manage it or you know regional sport network contracts are drying up and you'll have some team like the rangers that inexplicably has a ninefigure annual um arson income and he knows that now.

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