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Votto Homers in 7th Straight Game, Reds Beat Mets 6-2
"Sonny gray tossed six strong innings in the Reds pounded out ten hits to beat the Mets sixty two with the game tied at one in the fifth Jesse Winkler delivered an RBI single off Mets reliever Miguel Castro in the sixth to Joey Votto homered in the seventh straight game is twenty first of the season and he's having fun exciting you know I guess it's so much more fun doing it on a winning team doing it that you can actually wins and we've been playing well lately Jonathan India led off the game with a Homer and a two run shot in a three run ninth inning as Cincinnati won its fourth straight Jeff McNeil extended his hitting streak for the Mets to sixteen games might make you so New York
‘It’s Not the Government’s Job To Protect Anyone’
"Morning. Steve doocy strongly earned viewers get vaccinated. Brian kilmeade insisted. It's not the government's job to protect people who listen if you didn't get a backsaw nation. That's your choice if you did like i did. And and they did. And maybe you did then. You should not wear a mask and if you didn't if you wanna go cliff diving squeak you don't have to check with me. It seems a little dangerous. But i'm not going to judge you and if you go ahead and put yourself in danger if you feel as though this is not something for you. Don't do it but don't affect my life. Maybe ninety nine percent of the people who are dying from. Kobe are unvaccinated choice. They don't want to die so they are. The administration and the government is saying we need the mass mandate to protect the ambassador and that that is not. That's not their job. It's not their job to protect any bottle. Yeah if the government was supposed to protect you have an apartment for like the department of defense or
"winkler" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show
"So that's my a in an invitation for you to run with in a way that works for you. It doesn't have to be sure. But it's a sweet it so good at checking in with everybody else. And i think he said that about your calendar to like my calendar detecting with me i am and so. We're we're flipping this. We've spent a lifetime. We're going to bump up against the. You're selfish you're doing it wrong. Whatever but as we think about how much more will give to the people around us from that space big takeaway olympic. Look at your notes. And now i'm not even reading them just like there's something about like looking at the words. My eyes went to the jugglers part. But there's next time. So i talk. I'm going to set up an internal meeting. That's just gonna be me myself. And i feel your idea of having a dedicated journal for it because i think that's brilliant but next time i feel like there's like a duality or something that's not in aligned that i'm gonna stop and say okay what's going on. I think i was intellectualize. Everything and i think intellectualize it so far more people do do like intellect has my biggest security and that really has caused some problems the last five years when there was so much i couldn't control with my internet. Yeah and so. That's one of the things that does help us build our businesses like it's so important down and this noticing. I was interesting because i was Beginning i was checking in like asking me to go in your body informed. Couldn't get in your body. you're gonna stay in your head. I was gonna actually have you stand up job up down to kinda change physicals day. Most of my clients like click go. They know how to connect to their body. Because y'all been doing work for a long time but it's so true it's like we forget to check in with our bodies until they're hurting our till till you know still i'm being might be hands or whatever it is so i love this and just a slight little reframe of how you be in the world with yourself and i have no doubt to watch as you build your client attraction circles and as you also build this creative life outside of work. Yeah thank you for spending time with me today and for sharing your heart kind of close the coaching session. Then i'll just give you an opportunity. Is there anything you wanna say. Or tell the world about your life your business your work in q. So much the cursing. And yeah thank you for having me on the podcast you as a podcast hosted hosted the good business which moi's on urine so is really cool. Now i'm just. I'm looking forward to so much more connection with people i mean. That's high attraction circles are all about and to do so in a way that sustainable is framework of by little masculine part model feminine part getting together and saying okay. Well what are we wanna do. I feel like she really wants to say when we wanted you. And he'll say oh. We want to do this simple. We have this moving forward like that. I think is gonna be amazing. And then i know i know it will filter down into my clients because i grow. It just happens is you. Now you just start passing on to the people you work with. Just makes a world of replace your. Where can people find you whether it's a website like where do you want people to go website your instagram. But what do you want him to go to. They can find me at megan winkler dot com and i'm at v. Megan winkler on instagram. And then of those places will send you everywhere else is awesome. Thank you so much for spending time with me today and cal for listening. Hey if you enjoyed this episode and a dive deeper come check out soulful success. It's my online coaching membership community. Where we dive deep into the practices of being and doing that help you create your unique version of soulful success in the world. It's a special community of small business owners just iq and it's where i show up and give my clients personal support and accessible feet. Check it out at www dot soulful success dot info that s o u l f you l. s. u. c. c. e. s. s. dot info. Soulful success dot info as always. Thanks for listening. Totally appreciate you thinking about somebody who might really love this episode and you sharing it with them also are always appreciate your reviews. It's like podcast currency. It's like a tip jar same things and finally if you wanna share on social media a screenshot or any insights you get from listening to this episode. I will totally respond. You can share with the hashtag. Better life better works show. This show is sponsored by my three rescue dogs. Leroy brown clementine and rocky potato. They're here to remind you to consider adoption. When you get your next pet more is not better. Better is better..
Cubs Beat Mets 4-3 on Heyward's Single in 10th
"Jason Heyward came through with the game winning RBI infield single as the cubs defeated the Mets four to three in ten innings for a three game sweep Hey words base hit scored have your bias as the cubs moved to the five hundred mark the cubs managed only six hits with Kris Bryant contributing a pair including a two run double in a three run third the Mets also only had six hits with Pete Alonso notching his fourth home run of the season in relief Dan Winkler got the victory over Edwin Diaz David Shuster Chicago
Food and water distribution underway in the Houston area
"Members of Congress helping with food and clean water distribution efforts in Houston, including New York Congresswoman Alexandria, a Casio Cortez. He says, People worried about their immigration status will be turned away. Country needs to come together behind the needs of Texans and across the state. Some covert vaccination sites have been converted into water distribution
"winkler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Hold Winkler Investor coaching show. How much money and investing Guys, I think a lot about just talked about that. It's not that last segment, talking about Bitcoin and And the just to drive to own something like that and get rich quick, and that is really what a lot of what I've been seeing out. There is young people like I want to get really going to get Want to double my money really, really quick. And you know, the reality of it is that you know, the likelihood of loss is huge. And I've talked about craze craze is of the past. You know, like Tulip bulb craze. The South Sea bubble, the electron ex crazes and the oil craze is and the bond craze and an emerging markets. You know, people went nuts over technology stocks. It's just, you know, it's just something different each day. There's always something different that people are getting all excited about it, and it's because we we feel like we're behind. I haven't saved enough for retirement or I want to get ahead. I'm not making enough money in my job. This is something I've seen recently. Not make enough money. My job. I want to find a way I could make money. Really, really quick. Oh, someone so just made a whole bunch of money trading Bitcoin because they bought it for this And they sold it for this And wow, that seems like a really easy way to make money. Well, it's easy as long as you have somebody else that's out there that's willing to pay more for it than what you paid for it. You just gotta hope that there's progressively somebody that's willing to pay more and more for than for something than what you paid for it. But you know, at some point people look at and go well, Wait, wait. You want that thing for how much you know $5000, and I'm buying it off of you for 28,000 year. Are you kidding me? I did that Z. Great. I can't do that. I'm not paying five times what you paid for, And maybe it's not worth that and progressively. They get a little smarter and realize that maybe it isn't worth that. Or there's other competition out there. And this is something like I said that other central banks are working on because there are so many problems with it as a currency that it doesn't have that practical. Benefit. Now there are some countries that have actually used it because they don't have AH, stable currency either, and it works out OK for them in their particular country, but widespread use. It's hard to actually see that going much of anywhere. So you know, if you look at a commodity in general, I've sent this. I said this many times commodities. Looks like I think oil think would our lumber think gold? Thanks, Silver, You know, think anything That's our collectibles or things like that. Those of commodities They don't produce anything. You know, so when I own something that doesn't produce anything. When I own a company that's Produce a product. They produce the service. They produce things and that's beneficial and.
"winkler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"And about the best coaching show, Paul Winkler. Okay, so I've been talking about borrowing credibility, and that's what I've been doing is just going through the American Law Institute what they had to say about what constitutes a prudent investment of a portfolio. You surgeons think this is something I think every investor would be. For me, Every investor I'll be forced to listen this hour shift. It would be such a good thing, but it won't happen, but I'm realistic. You know, one of the things that says in in the prudent investor rule in restatement of law. This American laws by the Allies do American Law Institute the restatement of the law. Third Hey, 77. Risk and duty to diversify because not because all economic events do not affect the value of all investments in the same way risk or volatility, which is often referred to an economic literature of standard deviation. You've heard me talk about that before. Is always greater than the single stock than it is with multiple stocks. At least this is true unless the returns are perfectly correlated. Unless you have two stocks that are moving together two areas of the of the market that are moving together all the time. One goes up and the other one goes right up with it. And the other thing goes down and the other thing goes down right with it. Then what happens is you will have a difference and expected return. And a difference in the risk when they don't move together. And this is the idea that the duty to diversify now there are two different types of diversification. One is diversifying within stocks within in a market like the S and P 500 owning all 500 companies, let's say And then you'll find these total market funds. Are they diversified? Yeah, they own a lot of stuff and that In that manner. They own the total market, but they wait toward really big companies, so technically, they're not diversified in the second way, which is diversifying across asset categories. And owning very, very big companies than having a separate portfolio than owns just really small companies and a separate portfolio owns really small value companies and a separate portfolio that owns really large value companies and another one that owns international and does the same thing internationally and in emerging markets. Then based on your time horizon, determining how much you're gonna have in bonds and what Titan what kinds of bonds. And how they tend to move with against Each other. What factors caused that? And that's the idea If there's a duty to diversify in the law, and it's good for them, Maybe it's good for you to call Winkler investor coaching ship. Mm. If existence Paul Winkler for years, I've talked about the benefits of becoming engaged in your retirement planning. A lot of what my team and I have been seeing recently is really reminded me why that's so critical. We've seen high cost annuities and I are raise funds chosen based on rating services, their past performance, or worse, yet what they would pay the adviser. If you're concerned that you can understand this stuff. I'm here to put you at ease. I think you'll love how we work. To set.
"winkler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"All right. I'm back here. This'd is the investor coaching show Hall. Winkler get a little bit nerdy. Just a little bit. I think you can handle himself. Suddenly had this question a lot from people. You know what about index funds versus you know and say, Well, you know, index funds, If if that's all I have to choose from in your 41 k, I often will use them. But you got to be really careful. Because when we look at them, they're overweighting. Your typical index fund is going to over weight, the bigger company six. That's the way they work, their capitalization weighted and the investment industries falling over themselves to have the cheapest products out there. And the cheapest products are going to be the ones where there's no really no effort involved in the management in index funds would fall under that because they just wait by based on the size of the company. It's really no thought that goes into it. But in recent years, bigger companies and more growth oriented companies have had higher returns. So it has been something where it's paid off and In the last five years. You look at them Go away with him in a while. You know why? You know why do value stocks? Why own smaller companies when larger, better recognize companies have had higher returns. Well, here's the assumption that Zraly kind of a dangerous one is that that will continue. No if it never happened that bigger companies and more growth oriented companies had better returns. If that was something that never ever happened, we would never diversify into them at all. And that's just not true. Sometimes they do. That's why you want to own them. But you don't want to make the mistake if they've had a recent period of our performance, like in the late nineties, where they had a period of about performance. And then in people just started going bulletin. They felt bulletproof and happy, and they started over emphasizing them. And then, when the walls came crashing in And the ceiling came down. There was nowhere to hide, and that's what happened is a lot of investors just lost their shirts and they ended up not being able to remember. Good grief. I remember having meetings with people In their late sixties. And they would come in they go. I was planning on retiring this year. But here's what happened and we broke my heart to watch it. It was really tough to watch it where they had lost so much of their their money because of the fact that they didn't see it coming, and that's the problem. When it happens, you can't get out fast enough because nobody will pay. The previous price for what you own. They won't pay the price. That was yesterday's price. Don't pay you based on what the market bears now. And that's the problem that a lot of people ran into. So Here was the argument the value stocks its value investing is dead, and it doesn't work anymore because that's the old now. I said that recently since the election that has started to turn around, But this is what I was reading before. And some of the things that I was talking about on the radio where you know this is what people were saying. But let's look at some of these industries. Communication services. I'm just going to name the industries that a large value fund would be holding. And ask you Are these industries that are totally dead. Where you know they're no longer going to be the future of the American stock market at all Communication services..
"winkler" Discussed on About Last Night
"But he's for genoa. What do you know when i first met. Kermit was when i interned for you on hollywood squares circa two thousand three one rate is jobs have ever had. I was gonna ask you. You seemed so when you're element you bury graciously allowed to sit in on some production meetings in which you guys how even learn totally because i would come in early and sometimes man i was all you know kicking around and there was just only so office stuff to do and then you saw that one day and you brought me into the production offices and let me really just soak up which was really cool. Because he didn't have to do that. But i'm glad you did otherwise i would have probably yelled about the experience but nonetheless. That was a joke john. But you you were so kind to bring me into that world and and that happened again because when you walked into a pie with max's laundry and i tell the story all the time because this is a quintessential henry winkler story and i feel so honored by the way to have a relationship with you and that you've been so gracious to me over the years with reaching out to for advice career advice i called you. I think when i was at principato young and wasn't getting the love from these managers. When i was up and coming that i that wanted and you i called you and i started kinda rambling about it like i am now and you were like adam ray get to the point and i was like made me hunker down convinced the words i told you what was up. You gave me this amazing advice. Henry that i think you do without even thinking about it because you probably do it so often That you said no matter who's ever revenue or who's like has control or is helping guide things it's all going to be on you. He's like the hustle the opportunities that that are created the the pads that you go on. It's all going to be self created you cannot depend on anybody else and if there's somebody out there who's thinking about going into our industry just know that you are going to car carve that task and i didn't know how to do it either. You just go on your instinct and you you keep plowing until you get where you want. Go that being said. can i borrow fifty grand. It's a business l. else. I'm sure that somebody is going to give it to you. So you walked in with his bag of clothes and you go. You walked in and you'd be lined it was. It was like a sunday afternoon. Not a lot of kids around. Not a lot of fraternity chaos. You walked in. I'm just meandering through the bottom floor of a pie. You walk right in. And i just go holy shit and up until this point. I have not met anybody who's been on tv. I met the local weatherman. Seattle steve pool when i was ten at the aquarium. Tv man what he knows about a cloud. I'm not kidding. I always looked up to stevie. He had a headshot on him that he signed for me. I'll never forget it so you walk in you go. Excuse me. And i go and you go. I'm henry winkler i go. I know he goes and you go. Of course you do then you gave me max's close and you go my son. Max lives here. I go i love max everybody does. This is incredible what you need and you go. I need to get these close to them. And then you go. You seem like trusting. Boy you go. I feel like you've got kind. Is you go. I feel like they'll get to the right place. I hand these two. I go henry. I will guard these clothes with my life and you go not necessary. Just give them the. Max max take off the bulletproof vest so you hand them to me and then you pull them back and you go. You're not gonna do anything we're with these clothes. Are you and i go. Excuse me and you go. We're in a fraternity happens. No defecation or anything will happen to these clothes. And i go. You have my word. Nobody will shit on your son's clothes. And you go. Thank you and your dude. It was and then we talked. Ori actually happened. Those words came out of my mass. Yeah and then. I told you that. I was in the acting incredibly and then i'm like he's probably like this all the time with everybody and then i tell you i mean the akron us. We're defecation a lot. I save that for very special so honored. I told you. I was in the acting school. And then you couldn't have been more Your eyes lit up extra. And because you know. I think obviously you have a connection to drama school and the grind and You went out of your way that to give me a lot of. I arrived here. I had a letter from a an executive at Fox and i was supposed to call him and have a meeting with him. And i like a dope called once a week twice a week every week. The man never called me back. And i swore if i was able to create a space for myself here in hollywood. I would never do that. So i wish i had someone who was a professional to talk to me when i was brand new at and.
"winkler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Cardinal Today a small business Saturday local businesses hoping you'll bypass the big boxes and check those Adam's off your holiday gift list. You're listening to ABC News. Here's your forewarned. Weather forecast a cold start this morning, but a sunny afternoon ahead. This'd meteorologist Melody Laden and the Poor Warren sort better will be clearing skies and cold temperatures today in the mid 15th this afternoon under a sunny sky dry today, But rain returns tomorrow later in the day. It will stick around through Monday and have temperatures drop abuse. No place could be possible. You should get a weather update on the breaking news for AP. This show is brought to you. By Paul Winkler incorporated. Why But think about the money. Think always lots to cover here more so, as we get closer to the election only need to look at it Debate. Right?.
'Happy Days' cast reunites to support Wisconsin Democrats
"A reunion of the seventies TV hit Happy Days is now confirmed, but not everyone's on board for France's happy days. It's a pretty happy day reunion of cast members, including Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Marion Ross and more, and the whole thing will benefit the Democratic Party of Wisconsin as the show was set in Milwaukee change you have to, but not everyone's onboard. Scott Baio, who played Chachi on the show, is a supporter of President Trump. He responded to Ron Howard's tweet about the reunion, saying it's a shame to use classic shows like Happy Days about Americana to promote an anti America. In socialist so safe to say he won't be at the
U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 170,000 as testing decreases
"The US covert 19 death toll has now topped 169,000. And there are more than 5.3 million confirmed infections.
Second Metro bus driver dies of COVID-19 in Seattle
"From King County Metro Transit. We now know a second bus driver has died from complications related to covert 19. Officials say 71 year old Mike Winkler died on June 17th. After fighting the virus for several weeks. Winkler drove buses for 32 years, mainly working in the shoreline area. Another driver, 59 year old Samina Hamid, died back in April.
"winkler" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"My name has been cold and I left my chair and it was. Exhilarating excited or you? Were you nervous? I was nervous. I was excited. I'm proud. I I love. That once in my life. I have won. The prize of our industry. I'm sorry you know some. Took I don't care. What does it mean it's an award? Yeah, you know some people say I. Use it as a door stopped at the bathroom. I actually don't and it's I think that's bullshit when they say the dining room table and Suck it well listen. This has been great. I love. I love the beard just different. It's I could see it was Jack Nicholson Day fourteen of the shining. Zoe I. Want you to pick me up some God damned frozen peas and Max. Get your ass over here and I want you to do something with the dog. 'cause. It's bothering me. It looked like Nicholson kind. That's great. Thanks now. He I met three or four times and I. He is a one of my favorite actors. Is A. He's like touched by God. Was He nice person? Yes, like you liked him. Yeah what he said he was. How are you Henry? Spoken syllables. He's spoken so. Well and I was I was thrilled to meet him in person. How many times you've seen the shining. I'll what. Did, you love it. I'm not great at horror. You don't like scary. All right well I will listen. I love you I'm GonNa call you. I'M GONNA email. Yeah, I might even write you a handwritten letter, okay? Thank you for allowing to inside you again. I love you, sir? I Buy. I Love Henry. Winkler, who doesn't live Henry Winkler. Just at the end, he's like well Michael. I'm getting tired. Which means enough with the interview? It's it's our second time. I mean the guy. Is You know? Is. He's A. He's a legend. And he's a friend and I'm just grateful that he did it that he came back and. talked about how he's feeling. What's going on in his world and Just always a pleasure to have him on June twentieth Rob Dancing, and I are doing a stage two stage. It's both Pacific Time two o'clock pm on Saturday, June twentieth and six o'clock the two clocks for the overseas. Fans and friends and down six o'clock is for same. For everyone We played a stage it a couple of weeks ago, and it just was so much fun. We pay some really cool covers some originals. Couple left on the world songs and I just loved it. There'll be some great prizes and a shout out to all my charities Ronald McDonald House we raised a lot of money. Tom, Kristen and I for the AMAZ reunion. Thing a lot of money, and it just made me really happy that we did might charity of choice all Donald House of Los Angeles, but you could donate to any Ronald dollhouse food on.
Freeform to launch 'Love in the Time of Corona' TV series about 'quarantine romance'
"Free form has picked up the four part scripted limited comedy series love in the time of Corona. I'M NOT MAKING THIS UP. Which will produce remotely and debut on the network in August elsewhere. Hbo Max's picked up a culinary. Show featuring Selena Gomez learning to cook while in quarantine over at Fox. They've ordered an unscripted series called celebrity. Watch party which is exactly what it sounds. Like and in cove related fallout Dan. I'm sorry to report that. The Summer Session of the television critics association's press tour has officially been canceled.
U.S. judge blocks California law requiring background checks to purchase ammunition.
"A federal judge blocks a California law requiring background checks for people buying ammunition U. S. district judge Roger Benitez in San Diego ruled in favor of the state's rifle and pistol association which asked him to stop the restrictions more from KCBS reporter Adam Winkler judge Benitez said that California had not proven that the the background check on ammunition would actually serve to reduce crime or really make it harder for criminals to get their hands on ammunition to any pointed out that many people who are perfectly law abiding are prevented sometimes from these background checks from getting the ammunition that their second amendment rights
Trump hopes to resume rallies amid coronavirus outbreak
"President trump continues to weigh in on the corona virus outbreak not only is president trump throwing Twitter support to protesters who believe their states should not have social distancing and business restrictions his campaign is talking about resuming rallies in arenas well I hope we can do rallies it's great for the country's great spirit to me it's a tremendous way of getting the word out we've had tremendous success we when we're we have rallies including endorsements of candidates in particular the president has tweeted comments to quote liberate Minnesota Michigan and Virginia all three are states with democratic governors but states he would like to win and presumably hold rallies in the near
Bloomberg News Killed Investigation, Fired Reporter, Then Sought To Silence His Wife
"Mike Bloomberg's presidential bid led to tough scrutiny particularly about his company's frequent reliance on nondisclosure agreements for employees. One of the people under a nondisclosure agreement is a former employee who years ago worked on an investigative story about Chinese leaders. Bloomberg News killed that story. It also tried to silence his spouse. Npr's David Folkenflik reveals. What happened at debate? Elizabeth Warren Challenge Bloomberg. What about complaints about him Mr Mayor? Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. Bloomberg tried to move past it. We have a very few nondisclosure agreements. Finish Bloomberg's blase response outrage the writer late. Hong fincher full disclosure award supporter finger points to the widespread use of such as by the company. Bloomberg founded the company uses them to handle complaints of sexual harassment and hostile work environment. According to reports ventures complaint is not that. I don't know exactly what happened to those women but I do know how incredibly terrifying it is to be threatened and bullied into signing a nondisclosure agreement in two thousand thirteen ventures husband. Michael Forsyth was a reporter for Bloomberg News in Beijing Bloomberg had already published his team's investigation into the wealth of the families of Communist Party leaders. The Chinese Ambassador had warned the company against publishing death threats followed venture and forsyth moved to Hong Kong yet. The team kept reporting. He continued to do an investigation and it was that story. This story on longed in China's honest man and his ties to senior Chinese Communist leaders including Jinping Z. Had just become president of China and I saw these emails from the editors praising it meaning the reporting saying that. Yeah it's it's. We're really excited about this. We can't wait to move it forward. Three former Bloomberg journalists verified this account after that however radio silence. The story never ran Serrao Mike. Her husband Mike and some of the other reporters. And Editors who had been working on this story. Just we're asking for answers about why. Why was this story killed the famously intense founding editor in chief of Bloomberg News finally weighed in? That's Matthew Winkler back then. To Editors told me the story needed work. That's not the reason we are cited for killing it. It is for sure going to invite the Communist Party to completely shut us down. Take us out of the country so I just don't see that a story that is just divide. This recording winkler on in October twenty thirteen conference call weekly praised the team but warned about covering the Chinese regime which he called it everywhere and who they are and we should have no illusions that the Chinese authorities had search Bloomberg's bureaus delayed visas for reporters and ordered state owned companies not to sign new leases for Bloomberg terminals the terminals offer subscribers specialized financial data and are the most important source of the company's profits and China was seen as a growing market and a strategic priority again. Matthew Winkler is the information they do have away that enables car to report but not Elsa Prophet Bloomberg News N Winkler. Who's retired as editor in chief declined to comment in two thousand thirteen? Mike Bloomberg was mayor of New York City and denied Bloomberg News Killed The China Story. Two months later back at the company he founded asked about the China controversy again. Mike Bloomberg said it was arrogant to impose American values on others if a country gives you a license to do something off with certain restrictions. You have two choices either. Accept the license and do it that way. Well you don't do business there. Npr also obtained audio of these remarks. Mike Bloomberg to his global newsroom Bloomberg said the newsroom should be proud of its China coverage then said all organizations have bad apples. Some staffers thought that was aimed at the China. Investigative team. Bloomberg News fired Mike Foresight. He was accused of leaking news of the killed project other outlets. He landed at the New York Times and would not comment for the story. He signed a nondisclosure agreement with Bloomberg LP lawyers for Bloomberg's company pressured someone else to sign one foresights wife later Hong fincher. The company's lawyers threatened to force her to pay a six figure sum if she didn't agree to keep silent about her husband's work. Here's venture. There was no reason why I should have to sign a nondisclosure agreement. Because I didn't possess any damaging material about the company venture recalls being summoned to the high rise offices of Bloomberg's Hong Kong lawyers. Her husband was there too. And then this lawyer from New York on that. I mean giant image of his face on the video screens said but what about all the evidence? That's in her head venture says. She walked out of the conference room and left the building. They assumed that because I was the wife of their employees. I was the wife I was just an appendage of their employees I was not a human being ventures former CNBC correspondent who was finishing up PhD. She bristled and hired top-flight lawyers and finally the company let it go now. Mike Bloomberg has returned to his company. Wants more but venture isn't letting her question go. What else in his newsroom she asks is hidden by those nondisclosure agreements.
Dallas - Gov. Abbott Says Texas to Ease Coronavirus Lockdown Under Executive Order
"Texas to ease coronavirus locked down under the executive order to restore livelihoods governors S. the guys at the discovery interesting Republican number governor of Texas Greg Abbott says that he plans to allow businesses to re open with an executive order that would lift the coronavirus locked down in a safe way now it's went from the second largest state is likely to sharpen debate over how long Americans should and door crippling economic conditions to contain a pandemic that it claimed more than eighteen thousand
House passes sweeping coronavirus relief bill
"The house has approved a bipartisan coronavirus relief measure the bill provides free testing for the corona virus two weeks of paid leave expanded unemployment benefits and more Texas Republican Kevin Brady called the bill a big step toward America's rebound from the corona virus pandemic while today's bill is not perfect it is another step in the right direction towards safety and security and revitalized economy the bill now goes to the Senate which is expected to take it up as soon
James Lipton, ‘Inside the Actors Studio’ Host, Dies at 93
"To start with some sad news and that is the James Lipton passed away so so the age of ninety three and he was dealing with cancer but he passed away peacefully this morning at his New York City home you know he of course was the host of inside the actors studio who's a veteran TV writer and had a storied career in and around to television and film in inside the actor's studio he would interview actor is big and small to kind of pick their brains about the craft so it was really perspective that you would get on these stars well I loved it because just as a regular layperson yes was not an actor it still was so fascinating to hear them talk about their craft and how much they how much work they really put into developing character and the list of people that he interviewed on that show I mean every single star I I could I mean Ben Affleck Halle berry Jeff bridges Morgan Freeman Gwyneth Paltrow Brad Pitt I mean it Henry Winkler yes on and had such a wonderful style of interviewing like yeah would get out of the way of the interview and you know that really allows the person you're being that you're interviewing to you know sort of occupy the space which ultimately is why you showed up it's so true and it was in front of a live audience of student actors on the show still on by the way just with other house besides James Lipton he retired in twenty eighteen after twenty two seasons he started the show in nineteen ninety four some of the students would get to ask questions from time to time and I think when I think that was what was so unique about the concept of what continues is that these interviewers are coming at it from a perspective of what can the what kind of gems of knowledge or advice can you give to the students right so then you have just you're coming from such a pure place when that's where that's the place that you're coming from to ask the question also puts the those celebrity in a place where they are thinking about their answers differently yes right so they open up in a way but it but they know it's to serve somebody else for sure he said to TMZ when asked has anybody ever turn and you down to be on inside the actors studio and now well everybody would do I think that is that is the interview you do because that's not gonna end up looking like a a double last not going to end up you know yeah blubbering like you do with yeah raft it's
Philadelphia: Woman Killed, Man Hurt in Shooting Inside NJ Apartment
"News twenty two year old woman is dead and a twenty four year old man injured in a shooting at an apartment complex in maple shade resident Kayla Winkler was discovered along with running bass Saturday a Sunday afternoon both were taken to hospital where Winkler died the Burlington county prosecutor reports the two were acquaintances no arrests have been
First poster for Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' dispatched ahead of imminent first trailer
"I look at the French dispatched. The next move for Sanderson and we're recording on Tuesday. Trey was coming out Wednesday us. We don't have the trailer I imagine we. We know what we can expect a lot of people this movie. He released a poster. It's the most wes anderson poster of all time it's supposed to look like a cover of the New Yorker Magazine Snakes and the New Yorker also had the exclusive rights to release the first images this from the movie Has So many people in the movie. Bill Murray Franson Tilda. Swinton Jeffrey Wright Adrian Brodie Benicio ACL. Del Toro Owen Wilson Timothy Xiaomei Lee said do Liev Schreiber Elizabeth Moss Edward Norton Willem Defoe search around and Kristoff vaults Alz Jason Schwartzman Rupert Friend Henry. Winkler Bob Balabagn. I mean Anjelica Huston. The list goes on and
"winkler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Back here on the investor coaching show Paul Winkler along with Chad Hansen he is often a good list office with yeah I get to see all the time it's great yeah so what we're talking about right now is let's see in great stress it's just the conversations I've had with people that have special needs kids they have maybe adult children or young children that are very dependent upon them and they don't know what would happen if something happened them who's going to take care of these kids and this is something is near and dear to Chad's Hartselle you know he I I went in and got a designation degree in this particular area and this is the area that he works in with that with our company we lift all kinds of specialists in our company I'm really proud of that the folks we have in our company anywhere from people that they deal with divorce mediation to retirement plans fiduciary retirement plans to accounting and we have you know we have people that just about do everything that Chad this is the area that he's picked up on the phone with a couple other use an education hound but way so so Chad let's talk a little bit about okay so that when I talk about just before the break began an IRA and you have a special needs child beneficiary and here you do you do you just go and just name that child as beneficiary the IRA or what is some of the considerations that's not always the best idea and the reason being is and a lot of it you know you would have to evaluate you know what are the abilities of the individual I mean are you you'll see a lot of people who have disabilities that lead perfectly normal lives that they're they have jobs there you know not necessarily what you know years ago everybody thought of disability and that's one of the things you know that that the teaching this class is that people with disabilities our people first uhhuh they're not the disability you know the the only school thought was that from medicals perspective is that we need to fix the person and so the the the newer way of viewing things and the is is is the inclusion so it's more from us social point of view is that to help people with disabilities we don't need to fix them or fix their disability we need to provide access to everything yes sometimes you can run into an issue where the person that is the special needs person uhhuh and I've seen this where something is progressive FO surely first inherit something there okay but later on they chose to go rogue and they get worse and worse and worse and then all of a sudden they don't want to give up control and therefore they end up making big mistakes and that's one thing that parents struggle with this well and I've talked to a couple of parents who had children who had you know milder forms of a disability but and my the way I try to express it to them is there yes this is the stage there and now but twenty or thirty years from now could look totally different it may not but I could certainly look totally different and the ability of them to care for themselves or make you know good decisions and things of that nature so you kinda have progressively reduce exactly so at what can be done I raise this is this a big one Tammy because typically what happens is somebody leave something to an air and they leave it in there a state and then you have the estate is the is the what the will determines the probate process who gets the money now sometimes people leave things entrusted most people are familiar with the idea of a trust which is kind of a bucket you throw all your stuff and and you think of a living trust it's it's a bucket you throw all your stuff and the trust owns the asset and then then you have kind of a a beneficiaries the way I like to look at it if that receives that that's and simple way of looking at it lightly if we're looking at a like a trust a yet testamentary trust which is trust that's created when somebody passes away and then that will determine the trustee will will determine who and and how that can you carry out the dictates of the trust sure but if we're dealing with an IRA is that asset is the beneficiary of the IRA if you have a child or a beneficiary in adult beneficiary that is unable to take care of themselves are there are tools that are used in this work to help control the distribution of these assets are control it so that you can protect the child from themselves there are and that was far as poor was hit with it it's okay so first you need to kind of you know as we discussed know what their capabilities are in hand no if there is the potential for the disability to progress and diminish you know later diminish the ability to make a decision later on so in a situation where you would expect that order has already occurred the worst thing that you could do especially if it's a child who relies on public benefits is to just leave and are a out right to them because it will automatically disqualify them from public benefits because they have too much assets in right and so not only I mean we think of the fact that maybe they're getting some top of any kind whether it be you know social security disability income or SS I supplements or they're on Medicaid you know they will lose all those benefits until they spend down any assets that they are not trying to beat the system here absolutely not because in essence you can set these things up so that you have supplements for the children that's the way that it should be said I need a settler some for my top and interact with other some of the benefits that were that were paid out are paid back later from correct the correct the residuary are there is residual of the of the money that was that the child had route so a person who has assets already and has a disability whether it be a sudden disability from like a car accident or something like that or if it's a disability that maybe they were born within it has progressed to a point where they need more assistance there is a trust for them called us self settled special needs trust they can put their assets in to an immediately qualify potentially qualify for government benefits to assist with the needs that they have those are called pay back trust most states require there to be a pay back once they pass away for the Medicaid benefits that they received and those types of trust typically it goes back to the onset of when you were when you began to take Medicaid benefits and that's the point I was trying to make you're not trying to beat the system very good the big advantage to that though is some people would say well if you've got the assets you know you can you know pay for everything the big advantage is though that unlike public insurance Medicaid will pay for a tremendous amount of more services then what public insurance would for instance if you needed some sort of institutional housing your health plan at work is not going to pay for that type of Dr thank and the the other benefit is that Medicaid is at a significantly reduced rate so you will not exhaust all the assets you just think of the right right because there are free agreed upon rates that are that are payable so race including saying here is that you end up with lower cost during life too so it's less of the estate being eaten up that's a really good point exactly in most your government assistance benefits you know apply to food and shelter and then the medical care from Russia Medicaid it does not you know your government benefit yeah I mean they're minuscule in most cases are there a lot of things that are just he would be in it from a standard of living having a decent standard of living would not be paid by those things so it's really important to have a little additional someplace else that you can use to have those some amenities that make life worth living yeah sure sure you think you know if you have a a very minuscule amount of social security disability commences say you were disabled from birth and you've never worked and your parents may still be alive but they're not able to take social security at you don't have to sell securities is disability benefits so your government assistance is SSI which is a whopping seven hundred and eighty three dollars a month for twenty twenty seen it while always there listening to the investor coaching show this is this is interesting stuff Chad Chad has in it from the if you type in the good list fell office with me he is a certified financial planner and a chartered special needs consultants and what's the third designation I have the chartered retirement planning counts and sees the spurs sharp guy they are going to take a quick break right here listening.
Predict the Future with these Megatrends from Rohit Bhargava
"This is the time of year that I make my predictions for small a business having a good run for about five years in a row. I've been way off these last few years. My next guest. The person that's always knows what the next trend is reheat. bhargava is the founder of the Non Obvious Company and as an entertaining original and non boring keynoter on Innovation Trust. He previously spend and fifteen years in leadership roles at two renowned AD agencies. Lebron Ogilvy Rohe's Wall Street Journal bestselling author of six books and book by deliver rickie notes in thirty two countries around the world. He's a popular adjunct professor of storytelling at Georgetown University. His new book out this year is called. Non Obvious Mega trends real heat. Welcome back to the show thank you. It's always awesome to talk to you. It's been three and a half years. I looked it up. I know I can't believe leave it. I miss a lot of trends so every year you publish a book with the last nine years you published book on Non Obvious Trends but this year you say this is not Mba mega trends and visited last one. Why are you stopping after it selling so much? Well I think one reason is because I wanted to WHO Head out on top style like one of the big reasons so It was it was kind of time. You know it's been a decade. I've been working on this project for After ten years and every year I do neutra and predictions and it felt like twenty twenty was kind of a significant moment in all of our lives right. If we're doing things differently we're thinking about the world differently. Were kind of projecting forward. It was sort of a perfect time for me to think about how to write this a little bit differently. I'd say twenty twenty and last thing I turned around it was like the year. Two thousand is just crazy the on line that said Twenty twenty was twenty years ago but nineteen eighty was twenty years ago. Exactly exactly so I want to call it a couple of your mega trends. The one you talk about his `gendering you say that traditional gender divisions are replaced with more fluid understanding of gender identity forcing a reevaluation. How we see one another I think for those who are of my generation which is really you know the boomers? We have a hard time with this thing called engendering. Why isn't important in business? Gender used to be this pretty simple Sort of answer to a question right. It was either this or that. It was the second question or the question we asked on a form And and it straightforward and now it's become kind of a statement for a lot of people This is how I wanted to be seen in the world and so you know we we get hung up a lot on this idea of gender and I don't understand understand it and it seems kinda strange and thinking about it but if if we put it in terms of identity as in we all just want to be understood and addressed in the way that we see ourselves you know that makes sense wants to people like I get that you know and so I think for small business owners and for any of us one of the things that we need to think about is are we unintentionally driving people away by just assuming that they fit into the boxers that we put them in so is it another F- for small businesses. We think of as a another way to define persona a buyer's persona and now gender becomes a flower our or a non gender and becomes a factor. Yeah I mean that is that is one piece of it you know. It's the customer personas but the other is just these kind of Unintentional things we might do drive someone away right. I mean. How important is it really for you to ask that sort of question for example In an interaction right. I mean depending on what you're selling you may not necessarily need to know that like if somebody's interested in what you have to sell and you have a great product or you have a great service and you're trying to get in front of somebody buddy like don't lose their attention because you're unintentionally offending them. I thought it was really interesting when I think this with your lift or Uber where you go on and you can set your preferred pronouns so again that is more personalized service and the driver doesn't insult someone unintentionally. Yeah this basic sailed right. I mean anybody who's he's gone through. Sales trading is like oh address customer by name like asking their name and and use their name because everyone loves hearing their name and I think this is a reflection of that too like people want to be addressed with correct Pronoun and yeah. I've been getting emails from people who in their email signature says my preferred pronoun is and they tell you right and I know a lot of a lot of people say yeah well I just don't get it. I'm thinking to myself. It's not for you to get. It's the way they want to be identified and And I think that that that is a great is a great point right. I mean I I think we do kind of get hung up on this. I don't get it I don't understand it You don't have to necessarily understand if someone says my name is so and so you. You don't always know how to pronounce it right. So you ask you do your best and you move on right absolutely well. megatrend number three talk about instant knowledge as as we consume bite-size is knowledge on demand we benefit Hillary more quickly but risk for getting the value of mastery and wisdom. This scenario that I'm really concerned about that. People want instant knowledge but no one's is willing to go deep. has that really affect us. I think there's a couple of ways I mean it's A. It's a great example of a mega trend that it isn't inherently positive or negative. I mean look if I can go onto youtube and I can learn how to fix a leak in my toilet myself like that's awesome. I mean that's great. That's good for everybody What's bad is if all we have is that type type of knowledge and no one ever believes that? It's worth spending that extra time to become a master to become an expert. So how does it affect us in business as we're trying to attract customs that's one of the biggest things one of the biggest tenants of content marketing. You know which I know you talk about. Is We want to educate our customers. Because we're the ones providing the Education Gatien. We're building trust and building credibility and I think this fits perfectly into that because when people want instant knowledge like who do they get it from right. And if you've got for example a financial advisory refer and you're trying to educate your client what they should do with retirement and they're going online to watching videos from someone else. Educating them you know what are they gonNA think right. They're gonNA start thinking well. Why isn't the financial advisor? Educating me why do I feel dumb when I walk into that meeting with my adviser and I don't feel dumb after these videos. Maybe I should make a change. Do you think there's still a place to help people with mastering wisdom because there are some people in Emily that always want to go deeper. Of course yeah I mean I think that that the nice thing about instant knowledge. It's it can be a gateway to mastery and wisdom. Look I can go online and I can watch An acting class with Henry Winkler you know or I can learn how to play the Banjo. Which Steve Martin and those was a great man I'm GonNa but am? I going to be a professional banjo player. Maybe not but that's okay because I can start with that and if I do find something that I love something that I'm passionate about then I'll spend the time because because the thing with mastery and wisdom is for a lot of people we become masters and experts in the things we love it and that's not going to change because that's a human
Predict the Future with these Megatrends from Rohit Bhargava
"This is the time of year that I make my predictions for small a business having a good run for about five years in a row. I've been way off these last few years. My next guest. The person that's always knows what the next trend is reheat. bhargava is the founder of the Non Obvious Company and as an entertaining original and non boring keynoter on Innovation Trust. He previously spend and fifteen years in leadership roles at two renowned AD agencies. Lebron Ogilvy Rohe's Wall Street Journal bestselling author of six books and book by deliver rickie notes in thirty two countries around the world. He's a popular adjunct professor of storytelling at Georgetown University. His new book out this year is called. Non Obvious Mega trends real heat. Welcome back to the show thank you. It's always awesome to talk to you. It's been three and a half years. I looked it up. I know I can't believe leave it. I miss a lot of trends so every year you publish a book with the last nine years you published book on non obvious trends but this year you say this is not MBA mega trends and visited last one. Why are you stopping after it selling so much? Well I think one reason is because I wanted to WHO Head out on top style like one of the big reasons so It was it was kind of time. You know it's been a decade. I've been working on this project for After ten years and every year I do neutra and predictions and it felt like twenty twenty was kind of a significant moment in all of our lives right. If we're doing things differently we're thinking about the world differently. Were kind of projecting forward. It was sort of a perfect time for me to think about how to write this a little bit differently. I'd say twenty twenty and last thing I turned around it was like the year. Two thousand is just crazy the on line that said Twenty twenty was twenty years ago but nineteen eighty was twenty years ago. Exactly exactly so I want to call it a couple of your mega trends. The one you talk about his `gendering you say that traditional gender divisions are replaced with more fluid understanding of gender identity forcing a reevaluation. How we see one another I think for those who are of my generation which is really you know the boomers? We have a hard time with this thing called engendering. Why isn't important in business? Gender used to be this pretty simple Sort of answer to a question right. It was either this or that. It was the second question or the question we asked on a form And and it straightforward and now it's become kind of a statement for a lot of people This is how I wanted to be seen in the world and so you know we we get hung up a lot on this idea of gender and I don't understand understand it and it seems kinda strange and thinking about it but if if we put it in terms of identity as in we all just want to be understood and addressed in the way that we see ourselves you know that makes sense wants to people like I get that you know and so I think for small business owners and for any of us one of the things that we need to think about is are we unintentionally driving people away by just assuming that they fit into the boxers that we put them in so is it another F- for small businesses. We think of as a another way to define persona a buyer's persona and now gender becomes a flower our or a non gender and becomes a factor. Yeah I mean that is that is one piece of it you know. It's the customer personas but the other is just these kind of Unintentional things we might do drive someone away right. I mean. How important is it really for you to ask that sort of question for example In an interaction right. I mean depending on what you're selling you may not necessarily need to know that like if somebody's interested in what you have to sell and you have a great product or you have a great service and you're trying to get in front of somebody buddy like don't lose their attention because you're unintentionally offending them. I thought it was really interesting when I think this with your lift or Uber where you go on and you can set your preferred pronouns so again that is more personalized service and the driver doesn't insult someone unintentionally. Yeah this basic sailed right. I mean anybody who's he's gone through. Sales trading is like oh address customer by name like asking their name and and use their name because everyone loves hearing their name and I think this is a reflection of that too like people want to be addressed with correct Pronoun and yeah. I've been getting emails from people who in their email signature says my preferred pronoun is and they tell you right and I know a lot of a lot of people say yeah well I just don't get it. I'm thinking to myself. It's not for you to get. It's the way they want to be identified and And I think that that that is a great is a great point right. I mean I I think we do kind of get hung up on this. I don't get it I don't understand it You don't have to necessarily understand if someone says my name is so and so you. You don't always know how to pronounce it right. So you ask you do your best and you move on right absolutely well. megatrend number three talk about instant knowledge as as we consume bite-size is knowledge on demand we benefit Hillary more quickly but risk for getting the value of mastery and wisdom. This scenario that I'm really concerned about that. People want instant knowledge but no one's is willing to go deep. has that really affect us. I think there's a couple of ways I mean it's A. It's a great example of a mega trend that it isn't inherently positive or negative. I mean look if I can go onto youtube and I can learn how to fix a leak in my toilet myself like that's awesome. I mean that's great. That's good for everybody What's bad is if all we have is that type type of knowledge and no one ever believes that? It's worth spending that extra time to become a master to become an expert. So how does it affect us in business as we're trying to attract customs that's one of the biggest things one of the biggest tenants of content marketing. You know which I know you talk about. Is We want to educate our customers. Because we're the ones providing the Education Gatien. We're building trust and building credibility and I think this fits perfectly into that because when people want instant knowledge like who do they get it from right. And if you've got for example a financial advisory refer and you're trying to educate your client what they should do with retirement and they're going online to watching videos from someone else. Educating them you know what are they gonNA think right. They're gonNA start thinking well. Why isn't the financial advisor? Educating me why do I feel dumb when I walk into that meeting with my adviser and I don't feel dumb after these videos. Maybe I should make a change. Do you think there's still a place to help people with mastering wisdom because there are some people in Emily that always want to go deeper. Of course yeah I mean I think that that the nice thing about instant knowledge. It's it can be a gateway to mastery and wisdom. Look I can go online and I can watch An acting class with Henry Winkler you know or I can learn how to play the Banjo. Which Steve Martin and those was a great man I'm GonNa but am? I going to be a professional banjo player. Maybe not but that's okay because I can start with that and if I do find something that I love something that I'm passionate about then I'll spend the time because because the thing with mastery and wisdom is for a lot of people we become masters and experts in the things we love it and that's not going to change because that's a human desire in centers in me. Because when I I used to own one thousand nine hundred ninety three Ford Falcon. It didn't have any seat belts in it because they weren't required at the Time Warner and drive it. I need to have seat belt so I go online. I'm thinking how am I going to solve these seatbelts. I wonder if anybody's nobody's ever done it. And of course there was probably six places where you could watch videos of install belt nine hundred sixty three or four falcon. It's like who would've known Yup because the thing about Expertise is and when we learn about things from people like that. They've become an expert because they're passionate about it and one of the things they WANNA do. They WANNA share that expertise Jason. That's really cool that we have instant access to that. I love your megatrend number four. You call revivalism overwhelmed by technology. Complexity people seek out a simpler experienced. I often established and remember more trustworthy. Time that's kind of like a complex statement. I think some people are looking for a place that is simpler but wasn't really more trustworthy the time or just only a couple of sources who were trusted. I think maybe a little of both And I think maybe we remember the past a little more romantically than and we should. But I think that revival isn't was a really interesting one because what it meant to me. And the implication for any small business was sometimes this thing that we consider to be bad this word that we consider it to be bad which has downgraded actually might be good because a lot of times what we think about when we think about downgrade is that it's less optimal but a downgraded experience for example is something that maybe is more humid. I mean there was a great story that I wrote about a grocery brand in the UK the created. Are
"winkler" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Any jobs as a kid before you became an actor. Did you have like a high school job or I was I. I was a counselor in camp me too did loved it and I'm still a camp counselor nine year old boys. Yes there was. Don't Miss Pronounce My name or I'll punch you in the mouth. Zeal Luck Bobby. Look and everybody. He had a nickname I go. I was a travel agent where I would sell. You rented a car and you got a ticket and you went to Europe and you drove through a Europa car. It was called and I would try out different accents selling these things to people and then I sold enough where I got a cruise on the bottom deck of the boat to Bermuda. Yuda so I- vomited my way to Bermuda fabulous because when you're down on the last deck it is. We can't see the horizon no and you in it's pretty rocky. Wow how was Bermuda. Bermuda was pink sand. I went on a motor scooter for the first first time and then left it by the side of the road because it scared the Hell Outta me fair and I bought my first orange burnt orange cashmere sweater I wanNA say at Tatton Gers department store in Bermuda. She still haven't. I don't what I have a replacement. Okay that's pretty great. I have a collection. I like cable. Knit sweaters I mean I get it yeah thank you I still have the very first and the funnily enough the first thing I ever bought with an acting paycheck was a jacket that was. They're not getting still haven't where did you buy. Bought it at Bloomingdale okay. Yeah I met my wife in Beverly Hills Hills when I had enough money doing happy days to buy my own sport coat and I went in and I got a sport coat at Jerry. Magnin 's the boutique on Rodeo drive. It was very Italian. Very European chic. Yeah this guy and I my wife was there and I asked her which Sport Ford Code I should get. And that's what launched your love affair. Yeah forty one years ago. Wow what sport code did you get. It was a blue Velvet Elvis sport coat with Red Piping. Oh hello very she s and I just found yesterday yes today because we just went through the fires and what do you take look around my beautiful house and what do you take so I took like handfuls of pictures and I had these bags and dog food and my dogs and Some of the cable sweaters. Because I love them but are a ball signed by the cast of happy days a softball. Yes Green Oh why I put that in the car because that's an you. That's your replaceable. Yeah so now. I'm trying to digitize all my photographs bundles of twenty five photographs and I found a picture in that genetic among believable. uh-huh I'm going to need to see it again. Well but I think it's upstairs in my office. Okay Yeah that makes me very excited now. Did Jerry Magnin did that. That was there a relation with the with the store. I magnin yes. He's either grandfather father so I have this very weird we you and I are having having a moment with burnt orange because I have one of my grandfather's I magnin sweaters. Still in my grandfather passed away when I was was twenty four right and I enter years ago. Yo absolutely you I- i- guard this thing where I mean with my life and it's like one of my favorite is one of the most important things in your life is family. You keep going back. Act Family in what we're talking about now if I may ask about yours. I'm curious about you. You know because when you want well when you talk about when you were young. I'm still so interesting research. Yes because you talk about how important the education was to your family and obviously they didn't know you didn't know that you were dyslexic. Then and you know this business. This sort of sturdy stable business business people may not know this but your parents coming here from Germany escaped the Holocaust yes and trump which I admired. I didn't particularly care for them but I admired that they had the fortitude the the foresight the the temperament to leave their home country. Leave everything leave family early to fully and start brand new in a with a different language in a new country. Do you think that that because now you know we have so much research at our fingertips we understand trauma. We understand. You know what war does to people in Violence D. Do you think back now and does it make sense to think. Maybe they were so staunch because because because of that opportunity because of let's go let's call it the way it is. One of the reasons is because they were German. It's a very severe point of view. I'm sure that my mother had major trauma that she never she. We never saw her family. Can't imagine so yes but it was so painful growing up that that it took me a very long time to have any room For understanding anything any kind of grace. Well well because as a kid when when you don't get the love that you so badly desire from your family it doesn't matter if they're traumatized or not your wounded right then. You're wounded for a long long time. Of course I mean that stuff sticks few how how do you think you began to get out from under that that kind of wounding because you are one of the kindest most jovial you you are like a person who leaves Magic Pixie dust everywhere you go. I didn't know I did you light up a room like I swear that there must be something. We're just trained not to to see but I'm I'm convinced that you leave a trail of twinkle lights everywhere you go and I wonder thank you for saying that I mean I don't think about that all I think about is I I. I realized I am unbelievably. Grateful that I'm on the earth that I get to to live this life that I get to do all the different jobs that I do. Yeah Yeah gratitude now is it is it that I am. I'm able to to be grateful. No no I'M GONNA ask my question. I've always been grateful. I've always when something wonderful happened. I it just was. This is a wonderful thing. I never get tired. I never get over it. I never get used to it so I think gratitude is a major component to living on this earth. Yeah that's where I think some of it. I just wonder how because as you talk about you know you you imprint. With a lot of shame when when you're being negatively reinforced and as you said when you're called Lazy and and you're called stupid and you know how hard you're trying did you develop work arounds. You know how. How did you begin to get away from the doubt? I never have gotten away from the doubt I still. You'll have major down. I will tell you they always a seminal moment I speak publicly so I go all over the country and Canada and I speak to groups or whatever it is and I was always so nervous. All my Gosh what happens opens if I forget what happens if my timing is off. What happens if this group this is going to be the group? That doesn't care about what I'm saying at at all and one day maybe ten years ago I'm walking up the stairs and then lays jomon winkler and I'm walking walking up the stairs and I said to myself okay. You can be nervous but you actually know what you're doing. You have done this speech many times so either you can be completely uncomfortable or you. You can just let that go do it. You know how to do and enjoy yourself. Wow and I'm telling you that was that conversation I had with myself was in three steps up to the stage and I never looked back. Now I get nervous bruce but never as nervous as I was. That's so cool and you have to be ready in it has to click for you. That is true otherwise people might. My wife would say to me when for the longest time when we first met. Wow you give all your power away you make everybody buddy else right and you completely down yourself you just throw it out there and I had no the idea what she was saying. It was like she was speaking Russian to me until the day I the penny drops and I went. Oh Oh I get it. I know something also. I know this stuff to yeah but I would treat the executives that ABC or Colleagues with Sir and they. Hey what they hated that. I called them Sir because they were not that much older than I was and then I realized that I could actually just say. Hey Michael how are you and not have to say Sir and everything. That sir meant a friend of mine and said something to me. And then I I kind of turned it into my own phrase that I've offered to other people because I was experiencing a version Asian of that kind of doubt right and and she said they asked you to be there and I thought Oh right and then what do you say. I've tried tried to offer to people that if you're gripped by by self doubt right just remember that your inclusion in the room means you have the merit to be there. Wow that's good you know you're there you're there and an and that has really calmed me. When I'm feeling nervous or or afraid that I have to prove something or convince people that you know I really do know what I'm doing? It's like yeah. I know I know what I'm doing. You Know Mum God well says that you're an expert on something. You've you've done it for ten thousand hours and I filmed my first show for thirty five thousand hours so at this point better be a real frickin expert at telling And the technical things that we do but that is a wonderful point. Review to pass on Bein is that they don't know when you're going into gopher job they don't know what they want. Somebody is going to get the job. Why not you? Why not thank you that there is no right there is no wrong there? is you creating the space. How how do you? How do you get there though because something? I'm always curious about I really like parameters if I have parameters to work in then I feel totally totally free. Yes absolute but but a blank page to me right. Feels like a nightmare right. So I'm curious how do you how do you feel all the page. How do you put yourself in a position as an actor where you say? This is what I'm GonNa make and then show them. This is all because I want the job so I my my journey is is if I cannot be right and I cannot be wrong I can go in there and do what comes to my mind what comes to my instinct instinct and a lot of the time. It worked a lot of the time people said. Oh we liked that I liked that. Come come come be with us. You know the the very first job I had was the Mary. Tyler Moore show. I wanted to talk about this so the Mary Very Tullamore show for your listeners. was like the friends of its time in one thousand nine hundred seventy three and also revolutionary being centered around this woman and a woman who an accomplished woman. Yes right a smart single woman. who advocated catered for equal pay and in the seventies? Yeah God she was so cool but was that liked to go on the Mary. Tyler Moore show well first of all. It was populated by by unbelievably talented people. So I had four lines but when I went to audition my very first audition after learning alert landing like a week before in California. I only had enough money to spend month. I went. I'm in and the producer Ed Weinberger said. I don't have a script but you're going to sit at a table by yourself and ask for the salt. It will be a dinner party at Salons or betty white but it went so wild he. We were talking about gale and going to drama school end showing him pictures that I carried with me in a paper bag bag from Ralph's because I didn't have a portfolio pictures of what be in place as you could see my characters. Oh Aw oh my God. My God that breaks my heart in the best way and I took glass on his desk. I poured the pencils out picked up pencil. Clink the glass and say do not bother yourself when you get a moment. Could you pass the salt and I got back to the motel. I was staying at in my Green Capri because I thought it looks sporty and I got the job. Up was my first job in Hollywood four lines on the Mary. Tyler Moore show. What did it feel like day? One on the set not having having a sense of self I had to get over that I was worthy to be on the set and then I just started to I ad libbed you know I just said whatever came to my mind to remember any of the things that you saw one i. I opened the door and one of my lines was hello come in. I'm fired. An I ad libbed that too to date and I so nice to meet you. I've just been fired and than I am went from their fun. And so what happened next. How do you go from four lines on the Mary? Tyler Moore show to a to paramount studios. It's so beautiful and there's a lot is beautiful. Yeah well when I got there the parking unlock.
"winkler" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Hi Everyone Sophia. Bush here welcomed a work in progress where I talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where. They think they're still going. Today's episode is with someone very very special to me who actually leaves Pixie dust everywhere so he goes. I'm serious. He radiates positively. Today's guest. Is Henry Winkler whether you know him. As the funds from happy days varies occur horn learn from arrested development gene.
"winkler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
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"winkler" Discussed on The Paste Podcast
"Feel you can taste the white wine. But it's unmistakably beer. So thank you gang from one HBO show to another. We have to special guests today from the dark comedy berry. And the first is a comedy legend from his iconic role is the fawns to hilarious turns and shows like arrested development children's hospital and parks and rec Henry Winkler is a national treasure. He's also one of the kindest warmest people. You'll ever meet in person. Hi, I'm Josh Jackson. I'm here in New York with Henry Winkler Henry welcomed so great to have you here. I'm so happy to be on this show. Well, thank you in this podcast. So you after spending some time as a as a producer and a director. You've this these last couple of decades had this wonderful comic, Ren. Sant's I with some Adam Sandler movies and as as berries Aucoin on arrested development. Now, you have what I think is maybe my favorite role that I've seen you think and berry, it's it's an EMMY in addition to just the comedy there's so much pathos in this role. Can you talk a little bit about what what this particular roles meant for you? First of all it is written beautifully. Second of all I get to act in a in magnificent on samba every buddy in my classes a home run hitter. And then I get to be now he was written darker meaner more exploitive if you can even imagine that. And then they saw me and the way I was playing gene just was coming out naturally and they went oh, right? He could be warmer and all the more sincere, and they they literally told me that they started to write it to me. That's fantastic. And I can see that. Because I mean, it is very dark show. Yeah. Well, if you think that the first season was dark the second season. I had to use a spotlight to read the scripts. They are like so dark. Yeah. And and in the first season you had what looked to be this arc of of redemption. If somebody really an mess trying to find goodness and light, right? And that Arcus happening. And then it goes just way darker in that last episode we're running and season. Right. I'm very sad and season two. Yeah. 'cause I've lost. No one knows where she is. I've lost the love of my life. And I think life is over. I'm going to close down my class. And at the very last moment, Barry. Gives me a little bit of hope. Now, I think that the overall theme this year is can you change your nature? Can you? Literally change who you you are. Every character in the piece, I has some kind of transformation, and what does that mean for for Jean? What does that mean? I want to see if I can really teach and not just you know, cash on the barrel show up on time in you're the greatest says bien in the world. I want to see if I can take the people in my class to someplace they've never been. Now, the response to the first season has been fantastic. The gene casino ads on the love it. I think it's maybe one of the best ad campaigns..
"winkler" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Yeah. Bring a fedora. Yes. Pass the hat. Yes. If you folks haven't yet seen the HBO series berry created by co created by and starring Bill Hader and Henry Winkler. You're really missing out it it's not like it's horrific show. It's an unusual show is unusual. And and it's a shall we say offbeat? Well, you know, Alec Berg and John Mandell. I think that's his name. Johnny Mandel who runs veep. They all started together. There was a triumph Rindt of three writers. I don't remember who the third is made it might have been Larry, David. But well, whatever it is. They then split off and created some of the best TV. Alec. Berg also helped create Silicon Valley and. Run Silicon Valley as well. So I'm I'm under the auspices of brilliance to think that it's almost a year since we were interviewing Bill Hader. And he was launching. He was launching. Downs voting the sort of show and tell us about it. But he's quite he's a comedian. So he's self deprecating. He's giving himself. It's I hope it's good. It's okay. I'm not sure I'm directing I don't know how feel well. Let me just say the man was born to be a director because first of all there is no drama on the set unless it's written. They hired people who they believed would only flow like a river in one direction. Honestly, every Uman being that is that is a part of the crew or the cast is the writers was was hired with that in mind. The I am I am so lucky that I I don't know what I I don't know how to say it in language. But some people would say it's reward or payback for the years decades of good work you've done and the goodwill. The you have built up Jesse was talking about it as we we're driving here is that she's never not known you right in her lifetime. She's never not known because of syndication becoming what it did. Happy days was on when I was growing up. Right. And you don't know when something's older new especially in my house. I'm watching movies from the thirties forties fifties. So I have no sense of if something is current or not. But that is so interesting because my grandsons are young they are on seven three and one. But here's the thing. They have trouble watching black and white children unless you really it's part of of force nature in the house. They have trouble, and they're missing out on so much entertainment. Sure. But they will not watch black and white. Give them give them time and try blackmail, right? Have you tried like, right? Trek black and white cartoons. No. K maybe there's there's always gotta be a gateway drug somewhere. Think for a lot of kids not not right now. But for a lot of kids say twenty years ago when this was still the case, right? I love Lucy was the gateway into black and white right or the three stooges wonder if the yard they're still leave -able. Yeah. I I was asked to often about after penny bluster soul. Dine penny Marshall, and I saw it to myself that penny Marshall and Cindy Williams created the twenty-first century Lucille ball. Yeah. Oh, sure. Oh, sure. That was their physical comedy was in just like exquisite. Yes. I thought, but they were such endearing character. Yes. They work and that was the other half of that equation. Yeah. You know, what I'm gonna say gotta go to the beginning or go to begin to go to the beginning the beginning. Okay. I was born short. Manhattan, west side, my old neighborhood, the Upper West side just just was walking their pass my old school. As a matter of fact, you I write books and Minuit absurd..
"winkler" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin. I'm Jesse Maltin. Henry winkler. You jump the gun. Henry. Oh, you kill the suspense. Oh, all the spaghetti. I said that. My name is Mark Flanagan. Mark high a Mark and sit on the side and watch Marlboro. I thank you. But. Well, now, you know, our guest today is Henry Winkler. Hi, how are you to see you? You know, we're being timed. And the only reason we're being time just because my car is out front, and we have to watch the meter are magical engineers gonna make sure. Yeah. Our stuttle. Yeah. And all about you just want to say. I never did read Homer or the Iliad, you know, or or the odyssey. But no. But I did read about Aristotle good. I'm sure it's stood you in good style. I don't remember one except the name. I love the name Z. We're dyslexic twins. We all those dyslexic to boy, am I. Yeah. The fact that I can write any word is is sure you can't spell. I can because I was raised by that one who English and grammar and all that stuff if it's not right? You got a house with authors. You know? Yeah. I was raised by two very short Germans and kill for you. I did not well, and I have just forgiven them. Like last Tuesday. They were they were tough in a hurry. This is good. Yes. And I can't spell. Yeah. You don't have to well, you can do other things. Well, that's right. You know, I'm of your compensate, but you know, what I think I think I'm just getting good at doing it. Now when I was twenty seven. I imagined that I was planting a tree and that I was the forest ranger. And I wanted that tree than to grow tall and strong. And that was my career. And when I was twenty seven, and I got the fawns my life changed and or began any way you look at it. And I wanted to be I had an image of the actor. I wanted to be like Spencer, Tracy or Anthony Hopkins or a any of those any of those good ones. And only now at seventy three that was twenty seven. So at seventy three do I think I am getting close to my image of what I wanted to be as a an artist. Well, part of that. I would I would venture to say is that you've been fortunate enough to be given the Plum role. You're now playing and Bill haters show berry. Unbelievable more thirty first we're going on for the second season. Wonderful by instinct is we're going to be paired with veep. Wouldn't that be cool? That's my instinct, I don't know. But they're going on March thirty first to and they're not and they're half an hour. Also what an hour. We would make all mind. If I were a programmer, yeah. Like, they're not gonna listen to you come on. Now. They don't. I know. So let's start with that. Congratulations thing all the recognition in claim been receives pretty amazing. So now, the two men who run the show who created the show who ride the show produce direct the show one stars in the show just one two writers guild awards. Best overall show. I think comedy and the writing of the pilot which Alec Bergen Bill hater did. And I I wanna just if they're listening on a say, congratulations because they are brilliant men and to get that kind of recognition from the writers who are no pushovers. So they're not is really something. Yeah. Really craziness of timing. Just after we interviewed Bill hater last year south by south west, right? And we're only a few weeks away from that. I'm going are you the first time on Sunday of that of south by southwest? I'm going to teach an acting class on. That's wonderful. Yeah. I they called me. And I said yes, but I'm going to do it like as as best I can not like Jean now and charge everybody in the audience. If you full time mother be very disappointed. I. You're not charging can. I just say that. I think I'm with you. I think I'm going to ask them all for like at least that I'm gonna pass the hat hat..
"winkler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Is brought to you by Paul Winkler Inc. Carlino brown. Case. Oh, arlene. I don't know if you did this. I went on. I was I was reading an article as watch knows watching a video. I don't remember what video I was watching. It was probably something financial because I'm so boring. I sit there and watch financial stuff all day. There was a thing that kept coming up in between the segments. You know, how they do that nowadays when you've got a video in in the middle of it it drops out, and you've got to watch a commercial for a couple seconds. And then it goes back to the video and it'll go for a little while. And then you gotta watch another stinking commercial again. So I was watching this thing in this thing kept coming up avenue. I guess how you pronounce it Avio can propping up has little smiley face character. Do you happen to see that? What did you Arlene? You didn't see it? Okay. So this guy keeps popping up, and it's really interesting. You know, it's a cute little smile smiley emoji and coming up with three action items for your retirement that you've got to do, and blah, blah, blah. And and things that you've got to be aware of and it was. The little smiley face was so inviting I was like, I I can't stand it. I can't watch the rest of the video. I gotta I gotta go see what they're telling me to do. And in the actions, you've gotta take. So I did it. And it says, you know, don't worry. We'll keep all this information between you and me at this. Little smiley face tells me, I'm like, okay? I'll give them enough information, and it's not going to necessarily necessarily be totally accurate. But it'll be close. Because I wanted to see what they said. So I entered data, and it's asking are you're married. Single Mary, you know, what your data birth? And and you know, I I was off by about three or four days or something like that. And then then your spouse's data birth than I just a little bit off on that one. But I was pretty close. And then I put this is how have you worked ten or more years in the government has no haven't worked in the government asked me what my average salary was. So, you know, I just basically put down the average salary of an American, you know, and I put know spouse's salary in there as well. So I just took the average family income is what I did in there. Then what I did is then it says, okay next page, it pops up, and it says, here's your social security, and it says you have three actions steps first action step in and asked me if I was self employed in owed asked me if I work for somebody else or a self employed, I self employed and then. And it says, okay, here's your action Steph. Do it yourself was the first action step, and I'm like, okay? Do what myself? This is my first question and his his go to the Bank and set up a simple or a step, and I'm thinking, well, I don't know if that's really doing yourself. I'm going to the Bank, and but even if I go to a fund company that's no load fund company, which I advocate, I like, no load funds. But the reality is they're still investing the money for you. You're not doing it yourself even there, and I just think that's the biggest misnomer ever doing it yourself. And I see these apps that pop up bypass, you know, you can buy stocks for free, and I shake my head and go. Yeah. You know, what you can I can throw my money off a bridge for free to. But I don't necessarily think that that's really good idea. Let's let's walk over to the Shelby street is rich and just throwing money off and into the water. That'd be really really great fun. And that's what these apps are is just teaching you. How to gamble with your money? It's just crazy. But anyway. And and they're saying, you know, go to the Bank, and I think I've had no disrespect to the banks. But I've had a lot of investment advisors that I've I've had to retrain that they came from banks. And they're they're they're taught production their production oriented gathered the asset sell whatever the Bank is selling. And and yeah, right now, I just think it's a really challenging times to be a Bank in general. You know, they're struggling with really low interest rates. The spreads are really tight. In other words, they borrow money from the public and the public's pushing them and really trying to drive them to pay higher interest rates, but they can't lend it back out at higher interest rates that they're struggling. They're spreads are tight between what they've got to borrow money from the public for and what they go on relent it for and now that's why they have this big push for annuity sales in these banks. They're really pushing this stuff because the commissions are so high, and they gotta do something to make their margins and they're overselling safety. And they're ignoring a lot of the risks of that approach. You know, if you look at what the insurance companies are actually reinvesting in. I was looking at the balance sheet talk about a boring guy. I was looking at the balance sheet off an insurance company today that that is a big annuity insurance company. They get two-thirds of their portfolios in bonds one sixth of their portfolios in mortgages. And you know, the the bonds are paying next to nothing even if you stretch it out thirty years the interest rates are like three percent, and they're trying to convince people, and you know, the inflation rates two point nine percent. Two point seven two point nine percent. I don't know what the most recent number is. But it's really really high in the interest rates are really really low. So the rate of return after inflation is pretty much nonexistent. And I know this site is something to do with AARP, and they have all of these ads for insurance on their website. So you know that that's probably driving the bus here. Arlene, you're laughing at me. I know you just not gonna kill me. I'm not gonna stop. It's I'm going to pick. I just see the conflicts just are amazing conflicts that I see in these sites are just amazing. So anyway. They they give an idea of what based on your salary. What your income was what your social security is going to be right? So the first action remember three action steps for your retirement. I is you know, doing yourself go to the Bank number two. Was you get paid to wait with that was the second thing. So they're telling you, wait to draw your social security till later, and they they haven't that's actually a really good chart shows, you how much different your social security benefit is if you draw it right away versus if you wait. And you know, it's pretty significant, you know, when it gets down to a your benefit is far far higher. When you push it off down the road. Now, the next thing that they do is is go into looking at what your retirement might look like. So they say, here's the next step go and envision yourself in retirement picture yourself in retirement is the way they put it. And I think that's you know, it's it's interesting because I'm thinking a lot of people can't can't envision themselves as a retired person. It's hard. How do you? So used to me as I am right now. What am I going to be like one doing anything probably not good for me if we're talking about because my wife would kill me because. Way too, hyper. I do. Well, we're tired. But they said what are your estimated monthly expenses. And they gave the estimated monthly expenses of the average American family food is two hundred and forty three dollars a month. Which I thought was probably low. Housing utilities eight oh nine per.
"winkler" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"This is the podcast number nine sixty eight Henry Winkler returns, aka we returned to Henry Winkler. Initiating? Visit very slot. And it was it was it was great. It was my birthday. The big it was a wonderful interview. I remembered thank you. How are you doing all my God? Emmy winner. Where's the like? Why isn't it? Okay. Why don't you make at the door? Now, we can we put the Santa from sure right there on the dining room. That's right on the dining. Use it for doorstop. Yeah. Me know, some people say, well, I'm gonna put it in the bathroom. Yeah. Let me know some people samba I'm putting it in the garage. Why would they do that not me? Right. It's on the dining room table. So when you walk in that front door. Yup. It's the first thing you see you need to set up some kind of like Indiana Jones. Well, I have sparkling lights. At Christmas time will be colored. That's the funny thing is when people try to downplay the thing they spent so much time downplaying at it's like that's almost a bigger production than just putting it out. You know, what I agree with you? I was so thrilled. And here's the thing. I'm gonna take this moment. Yes. To sank HBO. Okay. I'm gonna think all the people that under the roof and just above the lobby. Yup. On both coasts. Okay. And I'm going to say that I forgot to thank them in my speech. Okay. And they took a chance on Barry. They said yes to berry. They then sent us all over the country to talk about Barry. And I am grateful in thrilled. That's that's true. And good. You playing me on. Coming up a tribute to pratfalls. Yes, it's. Yeah. And then of course, you know, the, my my Cousteau babies, that's what they call them. The the fabulous actors and actresses that are make up my class. Yup. Because I'm a good teacher because I've got great students. That's right. Otherwise, I'm full of it. It's a it's such a great show. And it's and it's it's one of those shows that I feel like. Because I think comedy has evolved. You know, like years ago in the old days in the old days of television, comedies were very much comedies and dramas were very much drama. Absolutely. And then there was a drama, then there was the drama thirty and now some of our and now, you know, good characters were good characters and bad characters get bad characters. And now this Barry, there's berry who's very complicated saying, yes, yeah. He's complicated. He's he is a I don't know what they have to come up with a word for like, a sort of a a flawed protagonists where it's like, you know, he's the guy you're rooting for. But he does really messed up stuff, and he's very he's very flawed or Sean Penn. On the Sean. Sean penn. Have you? You must be having a blast doing the show. Yes. Oh my gosh..
"winkler" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred thirteenth episode of wards chatter the hollywood reporter's awards podcasts i'm the host scott feinberg and my guest today is a tv icon he first shot to stardom in nineteen seventy four as one of the coolest characters in the history of the medium the fines on abc's happy days forty four years and five nominations later at the age of seventy two he still going strong receiving some of the best reviews of his career for his work as gene casino a heart s acting teacher in the valley on bill haters terrific new hbo drama berry i'm talking about the man the myth and the legend henry winkler but i i was joined at the london hotel new york by the hollywood reporter's chief theater critic a man who is just entering his busiest period of the year my friend colleague david rooney david thanks for coming back on the podcast happy to be here it's really just injuring his by now everyone it seems i've just touched down here twenty four hours ago so i'm i'm still getting a little bit of a lay of the land but it seems like just from even la everyone seems to be talking about two two part shows actually in particular angels in america which is a revival of course and harry potter which is new to town here would you agree that these are sort of two of the most outstanding shows the season for sure angels in america is a major revival and in a season that to be honest hasn't been particularly strong for new work neither on the musical no the play front the revivals of being what has kind of elevated things particularly in the spring there hasn't been a lot i don't think a lot of the fall show is going to hold over into the tony season maybe two or three which i'll mention later the revivals that just opened on the playside is angels in america the fantastic tony kushner work which was so prescient and the way it examined america at that time.