26 Burst results for "Zuckerman"

"zuckerman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"For people who haven't seen it's really good context especially for these two Episodes this and aladdin that we're doing But it is just it is one of those are losses that is is pretty difficult to even calculate when you think about like this is his first thing that really permeates the pop culture at large and then he's dead within lake three years he with within two years yeah he. He told mankin that he had aids the night. They won the oscar for this movie. And right right. Two years later he was dead. It's just kind of impossible to even imagine what he would have done. Another hen disney. Yes right if yeah exactly right. It's so wild. And i do feel like as i don't know i mean it's we. We talked about the aids crisis when we did the philadelphia and episode. But it's it's like it was such a uniquely tragic thing in terms of how many artistic voices we lost because of the specific you know obviously the communities that were affected most severely by deeds crisis in a way where like i don't know if there's been the tragedy of that scale in cove it times you know if there's like a clear like hard to reckon with right. Yeah i don't know it's just certainly watching the ashman documentary however many months ago when it launched. I couldn't stop thinking of We're weird cultural parallels. I think there's a thing with this money in terms of its box office performance. That happens a couple times In this era of disney where they have like two movies and one of them they think is the big deal and one of them. They're just like oh who knows. And and the who knows movie always right so oliver and company was the big move right. They were making a younger more. Modern pop driven. It's all this shit. And then little mermaid became the big thing was I mean i know the big thought was. Would this be the first animated movie to make one hundred million dollars and it came close and then that threshold is finally crossed by Beauty and the beast labs comes the first two hundred million dollars but this eighty five. I drive i did. It did eighty-five million dollars domestic. And i guess it's final worldwide total probably including everything is like two hundred and thirty years. Yeah yeah right before. It comes out on video. Whatever i was saying right before they recorded they put this out on video within six months of coming out and which was seen as radical was treated like it was the. Hbo max move. But the other two examples of the thing. I was talking about treasure planet and stitch. Was that same deal and Pocahontas and lion king. That's that's the one. I always think they were lying. King boy kunas pocahontas obviously will kill for us. But that's the thing they're thinking. Two movies back is you know makes sense. Obviously the movie opened number three on november seventeen thousand nine hundred eighty nine because it opened only on one thousand screens because disney especially back then loved to do a rollout So it's not number three number one of the box office griffin number. One at the box office is opening huge. Got say sixteen million dollars in nineteen eighty nine is is a solid opening for a movie that is universally thought of as a stinker interest was a sort of a big passion project for a giant movie star that i guess did not bomb financially but was a razzie winner. You know what. I mean isn't eddie murphy. Movie it is. It's it's it's not harlem nights is it. it is harlem nights. yeah. I argued about this with you. Recent except like harlem nights cap and some other episode. Harlem is back again. Heart wasn't hit is a couple of weeks later. That's the thing like harlem nights did not Night the world but it was it made money. Yeah but people were just like no eddie. You've gone too far. You can't direct you can't make dramas eddie like what are you doing like this. Just classic The star has overcooked. Eighty nine is also like the first modern box office year. Where you have like big opening last crusade batman ghostbusters to yeah back to future two future too and little mermaid so yes so right so a lot of these are in the back to the future game so number two griffin high-concept comedy director. We will cover one day star comeback. it's a star comeback. Oh god you devil it's not. Oh god you devil.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony tiller parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happened very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion wendy's zuckerman is the host of science vs on gimblett media. A recent episode had a theory that the cia infected pigs with the african swine flu in nineteen seventy one in cuba. Apparently to give the communist cuban government. Some trouble. Being that i'm queuing this obviously piqued my interest. Even though i was not in cuba nineteen seventy-one we talked about that and how it relates to our recent pandemic as far as a navy in fact pigs and efforts fascinating about this podcast. You're investing do you fear that. Maybe you want to stay away from the oliver stone. Kinda like territory. Tell me more. tell me more you know. Jfk had a lot of theories movie and right the parlor game of the assassination. You've were involved there to see the mafia all that the dangerous tinfoil hat game is the s exactly. I think it's such a great question. It's a real balance isn't it. When conspiracy theories rea- they head as to whether you want to take them seriously. Not and i think that sort of became a real issue with the corona virus when we started seeing a lot of conspiracy theories coming out about how how it happened and on the show. We had a big debate going on because scientists has union older scientists in this space like we. This wasn't a surprise. We knew it came from animals. We're pretty sure it came from bats maybe through an intermediate animal you know. All the scientists were saying we. We know the basic steps of how this happened and it's not nefarious and so on the show we wondering who should we should we. Should we even interrogate that. Should we even give these conspiracy theories than it. It came from china or came from eleven. Us any time and space and we decided that we should because it was becoming such a pervasive idea and so we really interrogated it and looked it. Why scientists truly believed that. That's not the case. And i think with this particular conspiracy theory that the released african swine fever into cuba. I had a similar approach. It didn't have that urgency of needing to tell the public what the truth was with the krona virus. Because this happened in one thousand nine hundred seventy one but it does have this these something that can be interrogated with science. And it's and it's intriguing. It's intriguing y these theories. And whether science can debunk them because science konta bunk theory out there and some conspiracy. Theories are true. So i think i think you're absolutely right. It's a it's a balance about whether you wanna give ideas time and space. But i i did feel like for the coronavirus in and with this one as well. It just felt like there was something out there that science could help us explore. And so i i want to explore it..

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

04:11 min | 6 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Thank you very much. I want to. Wrap it up with a listener who has been patiently waiting on the line about some previous stuff on the show this morning let's go to bill in eastbound Good Morning Bill. Good. Morning Dave. Love your show. Thank you very much taking my call. Sure. it's fine as the union person that was just on I'm wondering your thoughts in Mr Sacraments thoughts about the comments that he made as far as. It almost sounds like he's leading toward voter intimidation. Did I. Take that the wrong way what do you think in? What is Mr Zuckerman think about what he said Well, let me let me get your explanation I a little bit. What do you mean by voter intimidation what. So what what? Things don't if things don't go the way that that. Union raft. was mentioning that what they plan on doing and have a vote and have you know what? They call a striker quote unquote cool. Town That that Kinda goes toward. Voter intimidation and the be honest if. The. Unions Wanna put together some kind of almost retaliation. That's that's not really the Vermont Way, and that's not what Vermont. Yeah I think what he was talking about is in the event that. Election goes off the rail and a couple of different ways. One is that. You know the let's let's just say for a moment then. It looks like Joe Biden is the clear winner by vote count. We haven't. We haven't had an electoral college or let's say the vote count is is. Is. Called off early. By the US. Supreme Court including somebody trump just appointed this week to the Supreme Court. and. It looks like to a majority of Americans. Remember. Let's assume in this case this scenario that Biden has won the popular vote it looks the majority of. Americans like we'RE GONNA HAVE A..

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Oh. Well. Yeah. And then there was the touring and the prophet came back. Yeah did you happen to see that picture that I reposted from somebody's feed with the GT three with giant wing. Is it on your. My instagram and tell me met Swami unique. We're looking at here GT three with a giant wingless like extra wing yesterday and. Then, the way it set up, they call it A. Swan Neck. Up. Right above the Yeah. The right of the estimate this weird nothing. Yeah Okay. Look at this. Oh. Oh, this is the nine to GT. Three. What what are we looking at here? So so if you play the Video you can see home, that's the IRS and not the regular gt three because that's excessive. So the newest thing. The thing is with gt with a big wing. Okay. Wait right. Those front intakes look at the size of. GD. Three. Extra exactly. What do you think gee? Or something that's what I. detail. Better. Idea with that wing is, is that race cars did this first and then coning? The under side of the wing. Does more work than the top of the wing does and so by having the stanchions attached to the top and smoothing out the underside of the wing, get more function than having the stanchions mount underlying coming with a clean top. That's that's the theory I'm sure it's actually fact not. Vehicles with that giant bicycling, you're going to be rolling out of the factory I. I'd leave. Massive that is massive. We have to go to fifty nine Cadillac Wings, we have to go so far past the mark. uh-huh keep people interested. Yes. Satellite the support for it. Interesting they might be you know they did the nine thirty five, right. What if there's a nine, thirty four or something that they're going to do you know that's really a Three car version of. I mean that's fucking crazy. So Pappas thirty five. Wow it looks that looks crazy. Bear Carbon One. Solely Shit I talked to jeff support who is running one of those pike's peak. It was as easy to drive is a GT Three Streetcar Yeah absolutely just easy as easy as pie that was confused because I went film Pike's Peak, and we film Jeff Car and all the cars I was filming where race cars and I open the door to car and Mike where am I? Because it's just like the same dash same shifter, it means got like the would shifter, but it just looks like nine to very strange. Yeah. It was very funny when I drove cj Wilson's came in GT, Street Streetcar and came Gd Four Club sport on the same day because he ordered his streetcar special with AC and radio delete but his race car had both because they. Are off the line of the race cars. So it had like dual zone climate, control a radio, and it was hilarious. Bizarre really straight and it was nice though it was hot springs. I was I was happy to have it. Didn't really affect performance, but that's got something that's gotta be GT arrest. It's a crazy wing. You like that sacramen- No, that's ugly at the little corner. Like. Sneakily, ugly. There's a whole bunch share on the back of that car that I. Agree with you though Matt. I think. But I also think it has a bunch of extra body shit on it to disguise it. I don't think s shape or the body right is accurate right but I think if they're using a wing design like that, it's very bold but it's only for the top top. Now there were some who thought that little ducktail. That said it was gt three touring. Then this giant wing was a big distraction. But why would these False flag..

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:39 min | 7 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Market. would. It doesn't have. Time it breaks that triple digits a hundred grand and that's hilarious. I would say back to back to that portion thing the if I'm totally honest, the Mikan rate was not great at two, forty five day but not compared not. A boxer for two to sixty five and nine eleven for three ninety five is good. But if you go four days for Asia down to three, forty, five for the. Now if you're going to get something good like an s a GTS or Tori if they make does that could be really fun could be yeah I'm going to do it I. I have my Land Rover, my daily I have to turn it in next week. So I'm going to do it for October November and December I would try. A different try swapping around cars. Yeah. Because we're building a Land Rover defender and you know they're telling me, it'll be done in November but you got. You have you. Know. Have you know I'm afraid because I haven't driven it? I saw it at the Elliott Oh show. I saw a couple of them in Malibu I'm not I'm not super sold. Yeah. This one is something. My kids really want they're really into it. They really into the explorer pack and the roof we we have a canoe we want around with. That's good. Enough reason you know what I mean it just seems like, yeah, get get beater and something to have fun with that green color he just put off. I. Think that's pretty good we built. Green. Four door right. Doorbell with explorer pack, the ladder and the whole deal, and we're going to take it to Gorman. We're GONNA have some fun with it at seems it seems like it's probably great but I'm not sold on it just from seeing it drive up the road yet I wanNA. Get One from Land Rover and and then what about what about the Broncos the Broncos? Getting pretty good. They nailed the design absolutely nailed the design. Yeah. Have you seen that in person? You know I haven't I've always seen pictures but I can tell from pictures and it looks great I've been lighting them up trying to get some access I don't think there is one yet Jonny Lieberman motorist different different. Different whole shit. They got the long lead. Poll and they got the budget. They'll fly him the Detroit drive it. They won't that come into four door. Yes. Two and four door. It looks got doors. On just just casual appeal I think Ronco. Beats Wrangler. That's a fabulous looking vehicle really really rational purchase I have complaints about wrangler. Place. I was so disconcerted driving with how much plays in the steering makes me fucking. Year we're. Like. Eighteen or nineteen something for my daughter and then. A. Four door. That's pretty good I. Love that color you gotta get the big. Little engines no way. No. Engine is the twin Turbo two point seven fee six, which is a nice motor. When one of these being delivered I have no. Old might be changing my height. Now, Hennessy will put a three fifty one in their right. Charge. Yeah Yeah Yeah that'd be interesting. Yeah. But it's going to have this ten, the ten speed auto. Oh, here we go. June. Twenty twenty, one I'd say hold on I'd say wait spike and you know what? I'm saying get your defendant I wondered one of these Games. Also yeah. I can't make my mind up you Luis Suarez. Brock maybe I'll take it. Did you order a SPEC already or do you just and launch addition? Of One, how you guys feel about buying cars the first year they come out because usually that's like if you do that. Yeah there's. Been hosed on it twice I got the wrong head gasket. Two thousand fourteen GT THREE WITH WITH Your engine. I took. They took the whole car Oh. Yeah. I just fuck it just take it back or they took the whole car yet. That was the option. You could have a new engine or you could give all car. See You. Later you read that replacing all of those engines wiped out the Prophet of Higher Gt three program up until that point. Absolutely. Absolutely Oh. Well. Yeah. And then there was the touring and the prophet came back. Yeah did.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Where'd you right? Yeah what you're basically getty nine, five, hundred a day. So you're getting a lease price without all the bullshit? Least Yeah Yeah. short-term lease. Yes. Pretty much, and that's just the subscription there's rental. So you WanNa come and just use the for the week. Yeah that's actually Considering like how many ways you can get fucked by leasing you know the numbers sounds good. Oh, seven, fifty, a month whatever you. Know, if you try to get out of this, you're fucked. If you decide, you want something different, you're fucked Blah Blah Blah the by. The end your phone. Calls this. Yeah. This is kind of like. All right. It's just as expensive. The rental prices are not bad. Oh Wow. Three Ninety, five day for nine eleven. That's great. That's very good. Yeah. Seriously that's pretty good with two hundred miles a day included. Rate, bring it I bet you and if the mileage is so you can really take advantage of this. If the extra miles are cheap and they usually are, you could probably drive twice that many miles for like an extra sixty or seventy bucks. You think of all the people we've met Malibu who used her after we were all talking about her own hitting canyons and and the number of times we heard from them and then the car broke down. Right yeah. I. Heard that. percent of the time it was like, yeah, we had it but the car broke down here. You've got these cars all dial in. Like AIRBNB, right? It's it's it's a service, but ultimately the issue interact with. The House owners the owner. Their Shit you know right varies highly. Yeah. I've driven a couple of cars after some of them were very nice. Some of them were be. He would the Montreal Right Joe, the Alpha Montreal House. That was the haggerty. Share that was really nice and that Carlito sold on, bring a trailer for one hundred, thirty grand. Of the Montreal.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"You're open on buying a thousand dollars and makeup. Okay to be like here. That's stupid. That's like smashing my own shit and protest. But now we're giving them a huge ad right now both of them to foreign marmalade maybe spend money. Employee's gross like it by gift, cards. Into your haunting. Complaining. I mean you're shooting yourself in the foot. You've got how many people showed up at the height of this thing hundreds of hundreds of people are there, and then this show you lose interest in it around ten and then they're walking around spending money. Do. You know what you remember what it was what it's been like there. Before this thing, it's just empty just dead, right? Very dead come on. Yeah. Commerce happening. Don't be addicted and we're having a big event there with Porsche couple weeks I'm sorry what? Porsches coming big event is happening. All. Zuckerman I are doing our podcast there on the twentieth. Sunday the twentieth at bills we're doing it outside to help launch Porsche's new subscription rental service. Oh this the they didn't. They announce this couple years ago they tease it and then pull it back and now they're putting it out again to Porsche drive at it's only available in four cities. I think in the United States Los Angeles. One of them were launching it or helping them launch they're going to have cars there. Here's the APP right here. And it's not in on this I. Don't know I feel like I probably should be going on the Panamerican Launch Next you will be. Problem I'd be election I. Think you're in on it right now. They have you win, they have single drive subscription in rental. So if you wanted to say you work in New York you WANNA come to L. A. Just have a a nine eleven for a month. You get this app you put in your phone number and then you press a button, it gets delivered to you. Switch cars between trucks and everything else. You can also just rent a nine eleven for the weekend Tarot Oh cool. Yeah. When they originally launched it or announced it like a couple of years ago. There was like two levels there was a level able to in level. One was like came in boxster mccown and level two was like Cayenne nine eleven, Panama exactly. Level three, level three, three's GT cars, right? I would assume. Go there level three GDP. Already boss out pretty awesome. Vehicle Multi Vehicle Insurance is included the whole thing. I. Just put it. I. Put in my numbers on the drive over here. How are the? How are the prices go? Check. I don't know they're gonNA come on our show..

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

09:02 min | 7 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"In front of you while you're paying for your. Thank you wear my claws. Off Heads who just lay there and kind of bleed out his else or go you know it might be time to go. Off what was this cat's name? That was. Named by, my father fats. Spelled. Shoe like chew. E. W.. A. T. Z. and zoo was the other one four cats Of At school. Friends were all fucking what race are you any? Davis. Any Boy Anyway now they were adopted on Long Island. On the driving back. A little place. Utah Cats. Franey Lou, they lived in New York on the upper east side with me when I wrote for Letterman. Then I brought them out we lived at the Chateau. Mont. for like two or three weeks. They would escape on the rue fair and we'd have to go find it was quite an adventure. That's pretty that's pretty boss showing the Hollywood cats all indoors. Bender with John Belushi. Yeah. That was really cool they. They slept in front of the fireplace in this. Gary, Cooper old craftsman house that was renting for nothing I. came out here after the earthquake everything's for like I rent this big beautiful house for twenty five hundred dollars a month. Gary Cooper's right near Runyon Canyon Really Gray House Franklin, Yup Surround Franklin with red door. You can't miss it. It's right with all the old Hollywood house. Yeah. Samuel Goldwyn house was next door fatty arbuckle, birckel's house, and it's a great old houses that nobody cared about and the cats every night were sleeping there and the dog slept in the kitchen. Come down there sleeping right there, and finally you know we had a guy come by Nicos. Let me ask you a question, your cat sleep near the fireplace and I'm like, yeah, he goes You got rats coming in through there and that's why they're doing that. That's why they must have been chasing the rats back up the chimney. So there's No sleep at night, they would sleep facing the fire. Ask. Defied by. So interesting the rats would come on the roof and there have great. How's it known was taken care of in the drop down the cats would be. Samper backup you ever catch one no. Not that I'm right at my old house in Playa del. Rey. Conrad would bring in my salt the time. I wouldn't let him out the coyotes kill Cats Oh. Yes. But but you let your cats outside. My cats go on my balcony they don't go outside outside go on the second and third floor tech's yeah. Yeah. They're they're good like that. They like an elevated vantage point they like to like survey the area and they have like they sketched out but they have like walk on the railing and Shit but they have like way better really they've really good. She put cats in new cars do you ever take drives? They really don't like the as we saw in Malibu He. Lashed to his side View Mirror on board passenger side. What not? fucking with you? He had a cat lashed to the side of the was on top of the mayor. I'm sorry where we're. All sitting on the side view fucking hero legs on like where the window. Yeah. Area. Is lashed with Bungee cords or surfboard Lee. Slowly going through what we can. We tried to get him to stop. We wanted to talk sky. Cats standstill will you represent the cat of course in that case? Run. Someone over and then the cops on. The Fox going yeah. That was really the Golden Day of bills. Crazy the crazies were still. Smoking Meth all night and we go there early in the morning, they'd be walking around and saying. Car, which he would steer from across parking lot. Right and look angry green and he had new cars every. We couldn't out like how this nutjob had a new car. We thought he was a homeless guy who gets a frenetic turns out. He's a rich schizophrenic office drugs and he would sit there and I'd be facing Zuckerman like this talking. So the guys over Zuckerman shoulder and I would say something I would laugh and then the guy would. Do this go. Stop. And I look at him I don't think I've seen this guy before he was really intense and then he started coming in and screaming at everybody it was fun. It was like a little bit of New York Chicago La, what was I last weekend? What was What was the okay update? News okay. I talking with one of our listeners who knows the whole story of what has been going on First of all, there's a very sad attempt to keep everybody out of the the MARMALADE parking lot for this cars and coffee. It is to pool ropes maybe three it's extremely senate I strongly encourage you bring your scissors. Because, nobody's watching last week Zucker manches kicked a cone side. Push the the big sign aside and suzy untied the ropes and they would fuck you and everybody came in and there was a nice lead search out. CONAN. At a sailing rope is not enforceable and the pimple faced guy with the flashlight he he's not gonNA. Be Happy until I went to move the call she kept yeah located and being agitated and look. 'cause we just want people place to park and I was surprised people didn't just driving through anyway. Here's the story, right? The MARMALADE employees. And the SEPHORA employees complaint. Now. I. Have this on a very good source. This listeners daughter what works at Sephora. She works afford they started complaining they couldn't find parking to work. So then management caught wind of it in both places even though Marmalade is fucking killing it. People showing off printing money. So fuck you MARMALADE. Fuck you. A right. Do about them about that nothing. All right. Don't do anything. But I guess the kids who work there had trouble parking this girl who works at the Foro was like Dad I, know you like these guys in this and I I love the car show too. But I just want to let you know that this is going on there and she feels bad about it. She actually feels I DAB wheels bad. We've been denigrating fireball for married capacity. So why was he standing there? Telling people to leave is he's fucking guilty to he's part of. Me Worry. Because he's he was he's been a very willing participant in shoeing people away. Fireball has a show coming up in October and he's extremely jealous You're just encouraging people to gather and have the show. We can't say this is our show. It's not her show to happen spontaneous but he Stopped. And everybody's lame. Everybody's peaceful and everybody shows up and we have nothing to do and there's no big outbreak tied to this thing and we all you know everybody's going into the stores after spending money it's gotTa keep happening and you know if I have to activate all of you listening there to start cutting those damn waters, start cutting them because they're not gonNA stop you even the police who showed up because apparently Sephora called the police that one. Sephora our yes my management. Versus cars. have it out even if they take a cart and try and sell makeup to people while even the officers showed up these, there's some cool cars here why? They, even been admitted like we're just GONNA stay here for a second just so they know that they called us and we showed up and then we're leaving so. Advice, if you're this four people, you WanNa Park, go put some cones out tonight before Oh. Yeah employee. Some employees parking cones out the night before and people will respect him on relates to forty. You hear that people respect the cones. Customers, tally will not to respect the coach. Phones out we think this specific spots with little sign that said Marmalade customers only Sephora people only that would work people respect. True. You know parking lot of them we get agitated. Soup it. Yeah. Right. Oh, you gotTa Patriots Business Okay I'm here in my Lamborghini and I'm patronizing the business. Okay. Can you tell me? I can't drive my nice car breakfast I have to drive ship box. So Weird, let's. Go to Sephora and get face cream Sunday. Even, open at eight in the morning. No. No No. No..

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"One of the greatest decisions I've ever made and I know people might get upset about it. My cats were so happy we loved them more. They both got cancer. From thrown that from now, you know what they get closet from. The rabies vaccination, they both got the same answer. Site really yeah. No it wasn't injection site cancer from that vaccination. So I don't vaccinate my animals anymore with that. Anti Vaccine Look I I understand why people don't want these claws around however. Because it ruins like we had just done a house cat systematically resigned to have to decide if you're gonNA. We only did it to our one cat and improved our relationship everything worked after that McKay when the cat or you and your wife, all of us are happy. Happy, so Our cat's claws once a week I tried that I tried the little plastic nobis you put on there and the. Cat Look at me while he's watching TV and just go. Really started fucking with me. Do Anything, absurd user joke, and then it destroyed a ten thousand dollar coach. Over it looked because it was a moment where we were. You know we probably wouldn't make this decision now it was a while ago, but it was more we're getting rid of the cat and it was like you know what? Fuck you man I've given you a good life. I've given a good life, my friend, and this is how you thank. You I understand. Cutting your a pieces show a piece of shit. I'm fine with it. That's all right. Really. Okay with. Okay with it. Are you. Satisfied also, then then put tens of thousands of dollars into cancer. For that cat. Kept him Sir live for two and a half years until he was not He smoked cigarettes.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:41 min | 7 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Over that corner at flits onto the police. Layer. Wild not Qu- not car cars like the Pereira's slingshot in the Morgan Three Wheeler and all of them think about all the three wheeled cars right? It's always too in the front and one in the back and that's The Greater. Rickshaw talk that. Well, that's the next question was the quad accident is that how the quad accident happens? Forward over the and then it comes on top of a lot harder to pitch the quad. Yeah. Then the trike somebody just you know I've read a few accidents I mean think about carver remember that top gear reliant robin segments they one of the best segment ever televised about cars and the whole thing was about how easy it was to roll and a four wheeled car just doesn't do that. Thank. You put the the two wheels in the front, not the back. They don't flip over either Oh man Zach. Look at that picture. You just accidentally found the guy doing a sidecar trick on the Morgan Three. Wheeler. Like hanging off the side of. SIDECAR racing have you ever seen that that that looks like a Morgan three, wheeler that doesn't look like a sidecar. Doing the same brick wall. He was me no. Obituary. Attributed to stay. Picture for his obituary. This with one leg on a brick wall what is he doing because the the awkward kids don't really have no sidecar racing especially when guys like fly in the Sidecar and these guys are out of their minds. Jewish. Jesus also don't. Why are we looking at this? also I also spent A little time driving your? Audi Sport Quattro, which is quite the interesting machine. Yes. It is what a weird car. Weird. Really Weird. So many weird items. From the from the JANKE WEIRD VW ignition yet if you notice that, I did yeah although I mean, you know the interior is generally pretty parts ban in that thing with the engine is really something thread because you got read the snot out of it like you gotta like. Five six and then it's like Whoa. Some, real momentum going. Years very good. Yes. That's the gear and it's like you're taking off but that short wheelbase. Even. If you're just going down the highway and us one of these, the short wheelbase makes it feel like it's going to pitch the the back end out just it's like. Posted I know it's A. Three cars don't do that it's like. It's so clearly like not meant to be straight all. Wherever you pointed that it goes but at the same time like it's to-, it's quiet like it's like enough and it's like I drove it around I drove it ten miles a no plates on it, and like nobody gives a fuck no one looks. Very invisible at the same time in less someone knows what it is and then Lose their minds. Yeah. Yeah. Really interesting car it is, and then you checked out the body panels in the Kevlar. And and all of the weird uses that they have for Kevlar fiberglass heat shields made of aluminum. Thing that surrounds like the radiator is crazy. It's crazy old school Kevlar ducting piece. Really really cool. It really captures. The air going through the radio. Yeah, and the radiator itself is off to the side because what you think is the radiator is just the oil cooler in front where you think of radiator would be yeah. They actually put the oil cooler like in front of the radiator and it's a really dominates the whole front end it's a car was awesome. and. We've got a launch Delta downstairs and when you park them side by side, there's just like so many similar design cues. It's really neat to see those cars next to each other. I. GonNa, drive it tonight. So you're enjoying it around the city. Yes. Very much. So I didn't turn it on his air conditioning is that it works good. It's got it's got good AC. It's got a decent enough sterile enough for me. Right it's like, do you have any cassettes cassettes? Since to forget cat. I. Maybe a little thin lizzy. The boys you're back in town what?.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Typically can be done on folks benefiting from the society as a whole life. The yesterday benefits intrastructure to individuals who now are struggling for mothers are struggling I agree with. You know these fees. Up for years but they're both tastes, administrations zones willing to talk about the wealthy paying their fair share. When you look at the data welcome over wherever they want. It's funny. You're moving here just many are moving is removing out really believe that more the bill class folks didn't. I this pressure. All rate. I think we are coming up on the half hour mark, which means we're we're just a minute ago. Let's see if we can squeeze in one call a Tom from rich live leave. Yeah ty this is Tom. Thank you for the conversation I just have one question for. Mr Zuckerman as far as the demonstrations in the city of Burlington when they prevent. Response and police to go to activities. As far as What somebody died because they won't let the ambulance Cheryl. All hang up and I'll let you hear. All your your response. Thank you. Okay. Thirty seconds. I think there is a law enforcement vehicle rene doing coming through just like when I drive down the road and I see when coming I am Aghast at how many people talk pullover get out of the way that used to be. That's how I was raised. That's how people used to be racist but. Those vehicle coming through. Someone's life the danger no matter what I'm doing about getting out of urgency we're out of time. Dave thank you very much. David Zuckerman Democratic nominee for governor for Governor Governor and he skirt Lieutenant Governor. We'll be back folks be itching to get out, explore our great state. Don. Your mask and come to the store in the Beautiful Mad River valley, the stores open to a limited number of customers upstairs and down Jili take.

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Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:54 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. Kosovo. With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. Dr Dole and welcome to the program. I David thanks so much for having me. Please call me Rachel. While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, of course, the podcast website. In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, thousand seven, the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. Unquote. Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. Regarding off label use of these drugs, eleven years later, Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. How. Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. The report found in two thousand, sixteen, seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, for example, Sarah. Quel. Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, seventy, nine, thousand, long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. Committee. Heard this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. Close quote. This is my third related interview. In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. And in February, eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate neatly into the specifics of the report. What did the report find regarding the extent to which? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. David. So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, has implications for patient safety and and health We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. So that's about two, hundred, Ninety, eight, thousand, six, hundred, fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated So specifically, we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. So that's kind of the. Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, fifteen, twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, seventeen to twenty eighteen, and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. So you know. I. Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, can you give an approximation of the cost? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, mean, this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. I don't remember offhand. Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, thousand, twelve constituting roughly three, hundred, sixty, three, million part D plan payments that year and of course, there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. So it's it's fairly substantial.

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Corey Feldman Exits Sexual Harassment Committee Following Sexual Harassment Allegations

Donna and Steve

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Corey Feldman Exits Sexual Harassment Committee Following Sexual Harassment Allegations

"Going on? Sorry. Felons have been kicked out of sag after Sexual harassment committee following sexual misconduct allegations against him. He stepped down from the committee last month, and now he's lashing out at the union leader he believes forced him out over her accusations. Thiss happens to be Andrea Zuckerman from 90 to winnow Capri. Oh, yeah, cart. Terrace. Yeah, okay. Yeah, she's a union leader, he tweeted would never harm another innocent human for my own pleasure of my life depended on it. I've lost all faith in the this president as I believe she's trying to gaslight me to ignore Children's rights in new contracts. Oh, boy, That's not great. It's not great, but the

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"zuckerman" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

Podcast Brunch Club

09:40 min | 1 year ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

"And welcome to the PODCAST runs. Podcast my name is Jenna Spinelli. And I am one of the leaders of our virtual chapter and I'm very excited to be speaking today with the host and executive producer of science versus. Which has produced some great episodes on? Cova nineteen over the past few months and today Wendy is going to take us behind the scenes of what it's like to work on a show all about the corona virus or at least all about for the time being anyway Wendy thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. So science versus has been on several podcast. Brunch Club playlists but in case there are listeners. Out there who are not familiar with the show before we dive into your Colvin one thousand nine coverage can you give us the quick overview of what the show's about what topics do you cover those kind of things? Yeah sure So science says is really about kind of diving into things that are in the zeitgeist things that people are thinking about and like putting them under the scientific microscope so asking questions like CBD's at that good for you of DNA kits. Do they really work stuff? Like that. We we take on. We take on serious stuff like gun control but also kind of fun and fatty stuff like fostering diets and the whole point of the show is that we try to make science really really fun and silly but also but also be as factual as possible and of course given what's happening in the world right now. We just decided. Recently I guess who knows. What time is he will but I I guess it was. It was probably about a month and a half a car as as the development with virus was really kicking into Jia we we basically jettisoned the season that we had planned and have just been reporting solely on the corona virus since since January basically and. Not only that. But we've changed our production schedule so we've been publishing two episodes a week To just trying to get the facts out there because as we own our this just there's just so much crap out there of jeter about this. This is so hard to know what is true science. What is what is not and so. We've we've really been trying to tackle that head on. Yeah and we'll come back to to some of that here in a minute but your your coverage of the virus I think in some ways extends back to the fall of twenty nineteen in October. You you release an episode called pandemic all in caps and with like six exclamation points. I don't I would definitely encourage folks listening to this to check out that episode if you haven't already But you sort of in a listen very prescient now to to think about. I don't WanNA spoil too much of of the the premise. But can you give us the setup there? How did this topic come onto your radar? And how did you structure covering what a pandemic might look like in this episode? Yeah absolutely when we were planning that season my editor Black Terrell was really interested. He is very interested in disease outbreaks and back in two thousand nineteen and we were thinking about like. How can we cover this to make it feel real for our audience and it's it's so bizarre? I think about now because obviously it's so real to all of us all the time every day but back in two thousand nineteen th the idea of pandemic just it just felt it just felt so out of this world and so we we knew we wanted to cover it and explore the Science. But we try to look for some some interesting way to do that. And because I really didn't want to just dive into you know virus one or one or the idea of reporting on flattening mccur of when it's not right now face it's it's not. It's not that exciting concept it is now of course but in two thousand nineteen. It wasn't and so I was trying to think of maybe a more exciting and interesting way that we could tackle this topic and so we were. We were in this team meeting and I was like what if we what if we played it out like we just. We just pretended that it was happening. And we created this fictionalized pandemic but we tried to use the best science possible to see what that would be like and so our senior producer at the time. Caitlyn sorry then took that episode on and she went on and read a bunch of of Government planning documents. Because because they are they are there Of of what to do during a pandemic that documents exist and so we were reading them and and you know coaching reading all the science about. What's the most likely virus with the most likely kind of virus that might create a pandemic and then what's been obviously incredibly bizarre and surreal? Is that a lot of what we talked about. Has Come to pass and then with even even because that was that was weird onto itself but the fact that we had Dr Anthony Fauci on the show and and not only did we have him on the show but before as we were building this episode we got in contact with lots of different scientists in this field to to try and say is this realistic. Is that realistic? Would we run out of respirators? Would we not we is that? Is this we overplaying this? We not and duct that found. She was like one of the people who would regularly email and then not only that but we had him on the show and he listened to the final product in the studio and then he he commented on it and said You what. How did we do? Basically and I just cannot believe that he had time to do that. I mean he was just responding to emails. Willing we'd be like. Oh but wait. We saw that it would be a sign storm. And what about this? And how does this work and he just be responding as if we'd been friends now just to think that this guy's so busy that he had time to listen to our podcast. It's just Do Bizarre things about this. Yeah yes certainly would not have time to do that these days. I don't think as much as he might like to. I mean it seemed like he was a minimum a good sport about it but I think he actually pretty much agreed with with what you guys. I think there were one or two things that he might have crippled with but Yeah that was. That was great that you're able to kind of get that insight before everything kind of broke out and and to that point. I mean at what point like you've you've done this It really wasn't that long between when this episode came out and win the the actual cove nineteen started to hit too like. When did you start to think like? Oh Wow this thing that we like plotted out might actually be happening in real life. It was when we was sent to work from home. That was at spotify. That was when it hit for me because actually before that point and that happened about about a month ago so even though we started hearing whispers of the virus and we were reporting on the virus in January and we got Anthony Fatty back on the show to to talk about it. I remember when I was talking to him very much. The premise of that interview was well. Anthony like this isn't going to be like what we said right. I mean we were. We were just. We were just like playing with science. I my head. That's kind of how I was thinking. I knew we did our homework on that pandemic episode and I knew we had citations for everything we said but I still couldn't couldn't believe that it was about to happen and so very much as I got him on the phone that second time I can you just because we we were having people tweet at us. Oh my God is this happening. Is your episode coming to live and part of the motivation for getting an episode out in January? We were actually on on a break and we will not supposed to be publishing episodes at that time. But part of the motivation to say that no we need to get an episode about this is to kind of combat listeners. And say no no no. This isn't what we were talking about. This is this is a different virus and then when I got anthony on the final was talking to him and and I was really trying to push him. I was saying you know. Oh we said this. But but that's that's not that's not this kind of art. This is going to be more like a like. Assad is right this is GonNa this is GonNa Peter out and he just kept saying we don't know we don't know what's going to happen like it could or couldn't and I got off the phone with him and I remember it was quite late. We'll publishing the next day and me and my producer. I think it was Merrill Horn in the room and we were just like. Oh Oh that takes us things and then I think I was still in denial about about how similar things. We're going to turn out until we were sent harm. And then basically I had become the character that we created in a lot of ways like I was reporting from my room scientists. Were even saying things that we had scripted. That surreal like several times. A scientists had said the exact words that we had written and I think those.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

20:22 min | 1 year ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Most important thing people I don't know about Gregg Zuckerman I've got this separate life where I write books for young people with my two sons so he wrote two books call rising above where we've interviewed sports stars who overcame challenges in their youth racism sexual abuse physical abuse all kinds of different emotional and other types of challenges and we asked them how they did it and to us it was really inspirational and we share those stories in our books tell us who your early mentors were in the field of journalism yeah so I never really had great mentors quite frankly have had a series of bad bosses early in my life before I get amy who's your current bed now my my mom must have greater early early on I I wasn't a I stumbled into this profession Oh really what would the original plan work on Wall Street I was reading books like Adam Smith and Ray Dirk Steals Guy Ray Dirks vaguely familiar here this famous case the Supreme Court he was an insurance analyst who were shorting and okay and it was famous Supreme Court and he won and he left an pressure on me with a book I was buying Barron's at young age and Camp I was trading stocks I was the guy was going to go work on Wall Street and I didn't really do any summer kind of job was working in camps and didn't have an experience in no one thousand academic and graduated and they did well meant to Brennan originally did well and I couldn't even get an interview Wall Street was nine hundred eighty nine after the market crash years earlier and I stumbled around I started some businesses and some work some didn't then I won in one day and interviewed to be a financial journalist. I'm like wait I love writing and I love Wall Street they're gonNA pay me to write about Wall Street how great is yeah so what writers influenced the way you think about writing either articles or books saw James Stewart first and foremost everything he's a long Standing Wall Street Journal reporter right then then he went is that the New York Times now book author Dennis Thieves he wrote a book called follow the story which is about writing I and I read and reread that Book Numerous Times so a guides me there's a editor at the Journal and they Mike Second Alfie who I've learned a lot from he's investigative editor he had a Pulitzer a package that we won this this past year and he was the editor of that group and he left influence on me since you mentioned a couple of books tell us about your favorite books what you enjoyed read Wall Street related or not when you're not researching her own books Oh saw Paul Ouster Phillip Roth fiction there give some titles when you say Philip Roth I immediately think of Portnoy's complaint but what else read you know American pastels great there's really nothing much that from him that I don't love in in won't read I'm reading Patti Smith Right now her autobiography air right that's the rammer reading the earlier one but she's brilliant in her own right catcher in the ride at a young age lift a huge wants me in terms of being an outsider and that's what as a journalist I see myself my job is to kind of poke halls and look the foibles and mistakes and accomplishments of others people in the world of finance that's sort of my position in some ways I saw myself in that character holden cost fell character to some extent what was the first off you mentioned before Philip Roth Paul ouster holsters a fiction writer whose brilliant as always get into this give us a book title he Brooklyn Diaries a good one his own so many Brooklyn Iras guber all right we'll go with that tell us about a time you failed and you learn from the experience so many so I got a tip that it was a guy who is running a fraud name Bernie madoff and that was was probably thousand three all right so there was already the baron story but nobody really picked up on it in a big way exact right when did that Barron's piece take me two thousand one and source for the two was could source of the industry but didn't have first hand knowledge so I started making some calls and it was early in the Process I got a call from Bernie made ops right hand person they said I hear you making calls on Bernie why don't you come in and meet with him and I was torn at that point ahead done search so I said I wanna meet Bernie but let's do it in a week or two while he he travels a lot there aren't too many opportunities of our you I'd really take advantage so I went in met with Bernie it was charming charming but not convincing I asked him a series of tough questions I came out of it unconvinced that it was legit yeah but I thought he was front running I didn't think it was a complete fraud not upon the but he was because they were a legitimate trading operation weren't they right and I thought they were saying that legitimate trading and that's how you get the smooth returns right and I wasn't the only one on Wall Street who had that thought and that's no excuse I should have pursued that story and I blew it should've kept working on and what was the lesson the lesson to keep pushing and and if you've got an instinct in to pursue it you listen so my best stories frankly are those that editors were lukewarm on and I kind of kept going at it you know or give us an example wrote a front page story became a fun story by John Paulson and his tremendous trade trade and people internally we're kind of like well he must have cheated there's no rate could have done it legitimate way I wrote a I broke the story on the London whale and even internally there like Jamie Dimon J. P. Morgan no way that can have that kind of embrace that kind of risk I did a story about a family but a a a a brother of a of a woman in Cantor Fitzgerald who died on nine eleven and I wanted to tell the story of how he wants to see how his his sister died on nine eleven and I started researching and people like you never gonNA find out exactly how she died and you know what you work hard enough and that's the lesson sometimes you can actually piece things together all right so let's go back to our speed round what do you do for fun when you're not researching and writing books what would you do to kick back and relax I obsess over the New York Yankees with my son Eli and in play lots of Sports Oman Softball Team Mina Basketball Team I'm still playing basketball yeah not as well as I used to I've learned to come off the bench it's been humbling yeah other short forty is where that all goes to hell right I'm at the point where you have a good run for cat and you kind of happy about it but I'm pretty head of so if I can contribute then I'm proud at this point I don't need to start in in dominate like I was a quick good pass I point guard back in the day and and if I can come off the bench and how that's fine today that's Kinda Kinda Fun let's talk about journalism a little bit what are you most opt mystic about today and what are you most pessimistic about Starwood most pessimistic on easy question right I guess it's a difficult time in some ways for journalists we're in a time where it's more it's open season some extent you can criticize it could be opening your credit union criticism so I wrote a story about a job gone lack a couple years gobble line fast-growing mutual fund ever two hundred billion dollars the new bonking to know who he is and story was sort of obvious was they had peaked. AM They lost some money people were coming out it wasn't like a flight of money and the returns were god they're no longer gray and I wrote the story and they were they came back hard at me both privately and publicly so he it's on this conference call and he starts insulting me he kills he he says mothers soccer he calls me publicly although sucker others ACA was kind of amusing that is amused yeah like yeah you gotta like that so so there won't be the greatest bond trader ever the man who solved the mop bond markets not coming anytime that book sure Iffy just something Special New Challenge Alec the challenge but I do think is a new freedom that people have again not just on Wall Street but in society to be critical of the media in in in in me included the flip side is there's a new nation to this for sure a new appreciation of what we do and I sense that as well readership is up both at the Wall Street Journal where I am in elsewhere Washington Post New York Times there's a New Yorker all their subscriptions are through the roof because they've been covering the new new thing which is the trump administration calling journalists the people and to some extent he's right we are going to miss him he brings news creates news every single day it's exhausting it's emotionally draining for us but it does sell papers and we are going to miss that so we had an interesting conversation about politics in the twenty twenty election and a bunch of people we're talking about what could lead to trump losing his reelection campaign and my position was trump fatigue I I was praying after the two thousand six election all right now that's over we can get back to normal I I think it's used word exhausting people just want to get back to normal it's it's never ending and it's too much yes whether you agree with it or disagree with it it's like you know what I'd like to go through a day where the president is not three front page stories every day yeah the question is do people feel that way in the swing states and in our country it's Pennsylvania Ohio fascinating basically Ohio I don't think I think trump's got Ohio Florida Wisconsin Michigan is going the other way it's Pennsylvania Ohio and sure maybe tossup at this point small but it doesn't mean as well if you look at he he won three states by seventy seven thousand votes and put him over the top riot so whatever we talk about out nationally is irrelevant how state's GonNa Vote Pennsylvania Ohio Florida plus Michigan and Wisconsin real question to me is if he loses what does he do and what happens does fascinating Lou does he leave and what happens with Ono so my wife is in the same camp as you there's no way on God's we north he stays if he loses and PS I think the secret service would march him out of the White House our job is to protect you but also to hold the Constitution people agree with you I agree just to say the least and what are you most optimistic about with journalism I just spoke to a group down in the DC area students and it's easier influence and have an impact so and you still can't have impact and improve things and write about people and that's one thing I always tell journalists focus on the people you can get at imported legit but whether or not it was really John Paulson who deserves all the credit Paolo Pellegrini is his research assist it seems to be the person who comes up with the idea brings it to Paulson has to twist his arm a little bit to get him behind it the trade makes literally Radio.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

12:24 min | 1 year ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Ritholtz on Bloomberg radio this week on the podcast I have a special guest His name is Greg Zuckerman he is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal and an author of numerous buffs the one we spend the better part of two hours discussing suns technologies and Jim Simons Quantitative Investing Hedge funds how difficult it is to beat the market and how astonished mission the performance of Renaissance Technologies has been let me teach you a little bit thirty years sixty six percent a year that is just mind blowing nobody in the universe comes close there isn't anybody who does half of that that's what makes this so just completely mind boggling thing they are absolutely a unique entity you will find this to be an absolutely fascinating conversation I really enjoyed the book I plowed through it Tena Half on the beach over the holiday weekend and it's not out until November fifth so by the time you're hearing this it will be available for preorder All I can say is I enjoyed the book and I had a fascinating conversation with Greg and I'm sure you will enjoy it so with no further ado my conversation with Gregg Zuckerman this is masters in business with Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg radio my extra special guests this week I've been looking forward to this conversation for a long time Greg Zuckerman Wall Street Journal reporter and author two-time winner the Gerald Loeb Award for outstanding business reporting he is the author of the fractures the outrageous inside story of the new billionaire wildcats and the greatest trade ever how John Paulson Defied Wall Street and made history but his newest and most fascinating book is Jim Simon's the man in who solved the markets and launched a revolution Gregg Zuckerman welcome to Bloomberg creativity here I think I sort of retitled the book for you so I'm I'm fascinated by Jim Simon's ever since I was a high school student applying to Stony Brook Math Department where he and out to be the chairman that plus sixty percent annual returns for thirty years those are just astonishing numbers what was it that made decide to write a book about the most reclusive hedge fund manager ever so I've always wanted to he's sort of if you're a financial journalist then I focus on the buy side to a large extent there's no one more impressive you use the white whale isn't he is the white whale and yet he's also got this mystique about him because there's such a secret of firm others have tried that was part of the allure as well that others had reached out to him he didn't want to work with them L. had tried he didn't WanNA cooperate for whatever reason that created an added a level of mistaken allure for me so I took the challenge on so in pursuit of this you spoke to over forty carton former renaissance employees what was that like well early on it was quite difficult no one wanted to talk to me and why was that I know there's a little bit of paperwork involved as to why some people were hesitant to speak with you right so June Messiah wins and his colleagues at the firm have everyone signed a forty page nondisclosures non competes in they're serious about them I was warned early on don't waste your time greg both by people internally people that used to work their assignments himself said he wouldn't talk to me it got worse than that Simon started telling people I wanted to talk to not talk to me not to cooperate with me another words you would set up a conversation with someone and he would get wind of it and and quash it yeah I'd meeting set up with senior people in the industry and the quant world's billionaires who wouldn't think would care what Jean Simmons with think these arrivals of sants and yet right before we were supposed to sit down they said sorry I can't talk to you Greg Jim asked me not to know about the family I it's you drive area and like the Mafia right yes we're competing but you still are things you don't do and one thing you don't do in the world is get Jim Simon's upset so here I was being told don't waste your time Simon isn't GonNa work with you the I'm not gonNa work with you because Jim asked me not to I had I literally had my advance and not insignificant advance from my publisher on my desk ask my basement in my home in suburban New Jersey and I wouldn't cash it because I wanted the ability to hand it back 'cause you're concerned you wouldn't be able to get anything in done without any cooperation right if you talk to my wife she doesn't she can give you all kinds of conversations where I was whining and complaining and just frustrated and concerned that I wouldn't be able to pull this off and at one point the accounting department from Penguin they're like whoa this isn't this check list something's wrong because what what author doesn't cash a check you know we don't do so well what was the turning point where you felt oh now I'm starting to at least get little traction with these guys right so I went to California and I spoke to some former colleagues of Simon who worked with Jim back in the day back in the eighties and nineties early right and their story was just too fascinating not to do the book and to compelling I mean these are interesting characters as writer you look for just colorful color- colorful intriguing individuals characters equal right about and you couldn't do better than these people they were tempermental they were high strung they're fast and they were smart did accomplish all kinds of things in academia and then they took on this challenge of trying to conquer the markets so and there was all kinds of intrigue that I wasn't really aware of behind the scenes anger fights disputes screaming matches things that you know when you think of a Kwan then you know mathematics mathematicians maybe just I did I didn't really think they who land like you and not yes sort of detached hat liberty of scientific right so when I learned about the early story of Renaissance and it's quite fascinating I said you know how do I not right this book it was a bit of a leap so I had the early part but then what do I do about the middle on the later parts where people weren't as many people who had retired who are academics might speak to me these are more recent types of individuals some still there had to had to work I somehow get them to talk so what was the turning point when did you start to have these folks speed with you when I got a good sense for the story of I got some people who work there to open up to me and why they spoke to me Liam Neeson as a writer you never one hundred percent sure I believe that good stories WanNa come out and this is a great story this is the greatest financial investor in modern history. Jim Simmons has firm is the most impressive moneymaking operation in Wall Street history so some of them were proud and some of them actually want to share and talk to extent that they could they kind of wouldn't tell me usually no secrets loss came as well it leaked out so here and there so that's my job as a writer you get a little snippet they drop a little crumb here and there it's my job to kind of put together into some pillow for at least a half a loaf for the readers so they give me enough to give me encouragement yes they weren't laying out all anyway when when I finally saw and then I finally got Simon's to speak so discuss that because for the longest time he said no I want nothing to do with this never gonNa speed do you how did you finally get him to sit down with you and how long did you talked him for so we had and still have a complicated relationship he didn't want the book to be written he still as a few months ago asked do you really have to write this book part of it is the guy makes a billion and a half dollars Harley going into the office and doesn't want to rock the boat these are hard working individuals scientists he's hired or helped higher or join subsequently and he doesn't want to get them angry he says he's an generally a pretty good guy and here they are working slaving away and if the guy making a billion and a half dollars is telling secrets they weren't be thrilled with him so he didn't really want this book being told end but at some point he got the message that I wasn't going away and he realized I was doing serious research so I was talking to academics he worked with back in the day codebreakers he's got this really rich fascinating life even before he got nudge renaissance if he had never started renaissance he'd never even invested he'd still be a amp apple opportunity to write a book to be reason to write about him so I think when he started hearing from these seventy and eighty year old academic six from Princeton and other kinds of places we worked with back in the seventies and the sixties even he got the message wasn't going away and I think allies while better to talk to Zuckerman than not share any perspective in a book about him and his firm the joke used to hear from people who had lockton interviewees and other books was well who do you want to shape the story do you want do you want to shape the narrative or do you WanNa let your competitor is an enemy shape the narrative right and that's a lot of my approach in my day to day writing at the Wall Street Journal My call the haircut approach I'm I'm GonNa give you a haircut you can sit still or you can move around but I'm GonNa give you a haircut and it's not to say that it's a threat in any way it's being honest right little blind but yeah and Simon realized that to be said for working with me but I do want to make it clear that he wouldn't share inside secrets secret sauce as you describe it so I don't want to suggest that he kind of opened the Komo no that was still difficult to the end so it was so we sat down together multiple times for how many hours we add it all up over ten hours really Jim Simon's facetime it was a lot of time and the topic ranged included his recent life which is also quite interesting what he's trying to do an autism research science education subsidizing teachers around the city of New York City politics a little bit too he's a big funder of democratic causes and candidates so the topics ranged he was generous with his time terms of the way you are you saying Jim Simon's tutored Ulan in mathematics to some extent yeah he was quite helpful because I listen I had a lot of people so help me but he is a professor at heart and I could see him even though he is objecting to your purpose I could see him kind of saying no no let me explain the math yarn and bring you along right and part of it is and I've learnt there's something about mathematicians little mistakes really bothered them more than they do me or people that come from a different perspective so I think it would have just bothered him had there been again errors in the book be be regarded as early life other parts of his life and I get that I would send small sections we don't send art sections but most sections various top mathematicians and they will get angry Craig this is all wrong how can you write this it's overstayed as wrong you you gotta change.

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Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate

Trivia With Budds

08:10 min | 1 year ago

Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate

"Today's episode is about Prostate Cancer Awareness to kind of commemorate prostate it prostate cancer awareness month which is September my friend. Alana Austrian wrote to me about a month ago. She said Hey can you do something for September just to kind of talk about this. I work at Zero Cancer. Dot Org and we focus on educating people about the disease so she sent me some facts so I'm going to read this paragraph. It's most commonly diagnosed cancer among young American men and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among men every seventeen minutes an American male dies from prostate cancer. That's a little more than eighty six deaths per day and thirty one thousand six hundred twenty this year alone that's enough to fill an entire baseball stadium worth of guys so get informed and play along with ten questions on prostate cancer in popular media written by Alana and her group and check out zero cancer dot org. If you want more info on this 'cause enjoy today's episode enjoy the Trivia and check out that website. We're going to jump into those ten questions right now. Here we go. It's all right here. Are Your ten questions. On prostate cancer related mentions in pop culture has written by Alana Ostrich and she said many of your favorite actors and authors have portrayed or written about characters that have struggled with prostate cancer in popular media on September being prostate cancer awareness month quiz your knowledge in today's episode and learn about the real life risks of prostate cancer and zero cancer dot org or by searching Hashtag and prostate cancer sir on social media. Here's the first question number one in Nineteen ninety-four movie did Robert Duvall Star is a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate tanzer number one. What was that Nineteen ninety-four movie with Robert Duvall as a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer number one question number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist list number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have a recurring guest role as urologist number two question number three in what Golden Globe winning net flicks series does Danny Devito play according to the AARP AARP A chipper urologist number three in what Golden Globe winning Netflix original series Danny Devito play according to the Aarp a chipper shipper urologist number three number four what Hbo Comedy Series did Ted Danson's character. d'Or of George have prostate cancer number four in what HBO Comedy Series Did Ted Danson's character of George have prostate cancer number four question number five what beloved character story line on NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer that much to the relief fans he survived. What was that character's storyline number five. Who was the character rather question number six. What iconic comedian starred in a one man stage play titled a man in his prostate number six iconic comedic actor starred in a one man stage play titled a man and his prostate number six question number seven? Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth Number Seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what Book Bad Roth number seven question number eight what nineteen seventy five western by Glendon swore without which the following year turned to a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist j books as an editorial gunman who also learns he has prostate cancer number eight what nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon swath out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Agnes J books as a notorious gunman learns he has prostate cancer number eight and question number nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features ends with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. I think the word ends should be scenes now that I'm reading it number for nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. He's in number hand the last question of the quiz in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer number ten in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer serve number ten those your questions for today's quiz. Some are easy summer tougher. Let's see how many you got right out of ten in just the second all right here. The answers to the quiz on prostate cancer related questions number one in one thousand nine hundred four movie did Robert Duvall Stars and newspaper newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer that was called the paper. I remember that movie. I've never seen it number. One the paper question number two and what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousand did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist. This is one of the only ones I definitely would have got in. Its scrubs if I'm not mistaken. Jd has a baby with her but maybe it's somebody else but I think it's her number two number three and Golden Globe winning Netflix original series does Danny de Vito play according to the AARP a chipper shipper urologist that is the Kaminsky method saw trailer for that but I don't know much about it the Kaminsky method number four and what Hbo Comedy Series Did Ted Dancing Scherzer of George have prostate cancer. I only know one. Hbo Show He's been on besides curb your enthusiasm and that is bored to death which is the answer here bored to Death Zach Galifianakis the Jason Schwartzman. I think around that to number five what beloved character storyline. NYPD BLUE NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer cancer that he survived detective later Sergeant Andy Sipowicz played by Dennis Franz number six what I kind of comedian starred in a one man stage play called a man in his his prostate that was the lead voice of Carl Frederick Sin from up Ed Asner at Asner number seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Wrath works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth it's called Exit Ghost Exit Ghost number eight one thousand nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon unsworth out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Jabe books as notorious gunman who learns about his diagnosis of prostate cancer cancer. That's called the shooter. I I've heard of it. The shoot EST number nine. Two questions left in this answer session which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Baskin his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. That's called the lay of the land. The lay of the land and number attended episodes of northern exposure which character says everything's under control just a little prostate cancer. That's on coup A. N. K. U. Ungku those are your questions fanned answers for the episode hope. He had fun playing along with those.

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Let's...science...AGAIN!

Science Vs

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Let's...science...AGAIN!

"Oh dear okay. I'm sorry I just heard it all over your podcast so let me back up ninety tobacco up because we are about to nerd all over your ear buds signs Vaz's. This is back for a new season starting next week. Six been the next day September nineteenth. We are going to be tackling misinformation head on so great over the next few months will push science to its very limits. You can't study at scientifically. It seems magical. We said Oh we think maybe we can. We'll dylan covers technology that just might save us from annihilation literally. I'm just thinking of like a really powerful fought that propels as you fall it. Oh dear will meet the most extraordinary people but he said to me you know I think you're going to be a revolutionary little girl way said that mix it to me and to get to the bottom of America's biggest controversies. We'll put ourselves into the firing line. Did you hit him three times in the chest. Wait there after I shot him. Once then I just kept shooting yes six rounds and two and a half seconds on this season. He's enough science facets. We're taking on police shootings football universal health care exercise heartbreak and so much more the new season will be in your next Thursday to tell your friends. Tell your mom tell you book club. You know what tell when paltrow get them to follow on spotify over ever you listen to podcasts. I'm Wendy Zuckerman Bhakti next week.

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Jeffrey Epstein's Troubled Wall Street History

WSJ What's News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Jeffrey Epstein's Troubled Wall Street History

"Now our main story this morning it it has to do with jeffrey epstein more than a dozen women told a federal court yesterday that they'd been sexually abused and emotionally manipulated by him and his associates shontae sean t davies was one of them <hes> it makes me sick to my stomach that there's <unk> perpetrators out there that obviously helped him in many ways for a very long time and they're still out there with no punishment. Yesterday's hearing took place less than three weeks after mr epstein was found dead in a manhattan jail where he was awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges. Now we report the investigation is turning to mr epsteins financial dealings and the relationship he had with some of wall street's biggest biggest banks. Charlie turner has been finding more from gregg zuckerman greg. A big question seems to have been outed. He makes his money his time at bear. Stearns earns provides a good example of his stormy relationship with the bank. Why don't you tell us about his time. At bear stearns sure it is <hes> both interesting and maybe can shed some light into how he operated so basically he's to work bear stearns he laughed the firm he actually got fired for various dealings financial dealings and there was a little bit of controversy he he left yet. He retained this unusually strong and close relationship with bear stearns somewhat surprising given that he was fired and yet there were people there who had affection for him. He was charismatic. The end of the day and had the surprisingly strong connection with people like jimmy kane jimmy kane went onto ron bear stearns and was considered among the most powerful executives on wall street for many years and jimmy kane looked out for for jeffrey epstein even though the firm fired him and for years so it suggests went to start his own financial firm he started representing a few people not many but i am particularly les wexner who ended up running the limited abercrombie abercrombie and fitch exactly exactly and basically <hes> jimmy. Kane said hey look out for jeffrey epstein as he dealt with the firm. He traded with the firm. You use is bear stearns and <hes> the court has the story is take care of jeffrey epstein so <hes> he had powerful people looking for him and you're right that mr epsteins relationship eh bear stearns came apart as the firm did as the firm. I guess collapsed. Yes like many of jeff f. hints relationships they ended poorly for those who dealt with him up sadly in many ways and in the case of bear stearns it was the fact that the editorial falling out so for while he was sort of the ideal client <hes> looking out he traded with them but he made sure that the prices were were levels were bear stearns could profit and he himself profited then he became a quite difficult client and then in the n. anti invested in the firms hedge funds they had a couple of hedge funds that ended up a blowing up and and there were losses and were lawsuits that resulted between jeffrey epstein and bear air stearns there was a lot of fighting about shares he owned of the firm and whether the firm and people like john mccain <hes> had told him to hold on and there were lawsuits that resulted there were we're also complaints and lawsuits involving city group. That's true so he went on afterwards too closely with city among the most powerful and largest banks

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"zuckerman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Five year old Nicholas Zuckerman was arrested last year after prosecutors say he posted violent threats on Instagram you never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station KTAR news Arizona's news station KTAR news on ninety two three FM James and Pamela Hughes thanks again do Arizona written in a public instruction Kathy Hoffman for joining us you want to hear any of that you can go back and listen via our podcast without cats all all the parts of the show and wherever fine podcaster my little they mean completely all you will you free my favorite word immigration front and center once again what's going on at our border and the even more and more debate now yeah you know when we all kind of agree right now that there's some sort of crisis along the border now to what degree in what crisis well that seems to be up for debate and a lot of people would assume that the rhetoric the the decision making the situation down on the border that you know you've argued Bruce the president has created is only benefiting his base right the stance that he's taking the positions that he's made is only playing to his base and if that were your thoughts you'd be wrong yeah there's a actually it's a it's a group that did some focus groups are called in in game GS get get like engage us in K. G. S. and did a series of focus groups in let's call them swing states the important things you need to win think the Wisconsin's a Pennsylvania things like that and what they did is they brought together people who were true swing voters and by that they mean voters who and they're doing this is the criteria they voted for Obama and trump or they voted for Romney and Clinton like a true swing voter do I don't care if there's an hour in the next their name I voted independent apart and what they have found out when they've gone into the small focus groups in your you're talking about like twelve they're not like huge but this this is going to determine the election they've taken a look at a couple of different topics they've asked them you know their interest and knowledge on certain issues like the green new deal and on a scale of one to ten the swing voters how informed are you and how much you care about it the like a two time because I'm fine two of the green for all that's another one that was so much all right I'll go up to be a three on that so will that okay yeah when you get to immigration it's not an either or nine they're engaged in paying attention and it is going to be one of the most important issues in the twenty twenty eight presidential election in here's what I thought was interesting about it the guy running these focus groups simply ask this group of ten to fifteen people this question I want to play along with us with your listening at work or you're driving on the I. seventeen right now when my friends come to the United States and we provide them with shelter food and toothbrushes we are incentivizing more migrants to come to America statement number one statement number two when migrants come to the United States and we provide them with shelter food into th brushes we are doing what America is supposed to do what time did you answer what statement do you identify more with and all of the twelve swing voters nine of them identified with statement number one we are incentivizing more people to come to America yeah these are the swing voters who are going to be determining the election and they're also the ones that are really informed on immigration and it's going to be a massive issue in the upcoming election so you can extrapolate out of that that swing voters while they may not like exactly how the president carries himself and the positions that he's taken the president has tapped into something that a lot of people are concerned about and they don't like the way it is being handled at or has been handled in the past I'm usually a heck of a lot can change can I just point this out there the entire NFL season like we're going on this week with healthy including the Superbowl now will be contested in played before the Iowa caucuses so we are way far away from actually where people gonna get in start casting votes although I do think it does show the challenge that the dis have which is the up what green new deal you man yeah and then what was the other thing I ever hold Medicare for all or not the things that people are engaged in and not the things people to care about so then having debate over these things are things like reparations it's not we're in the average person is that yeah but the average person I believe have their hair on the back of their necks standoff went out the last democratic national debate you had everybody on stage raise their hand when they said that they'd be willing to give illegal immigrants health.

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Why A Wealth Tax Didn't Work In Europe

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:25 min | 2 years ago

Why A Wealth Tax Didn't Work In Europe

"Presidential candidate. Elizabeth Warren is proposing a new kind of tax to fight inequality a wealth tax. It hasn't been tried before in the United States at least Gregoire results ski from our planet. Money team reports it has been tried in Europe, and it didn't go well, a wealth irks is like a property tax. But instead of just real estate covers all forms of wealth cash. Stocks diamonds horses, super yachts, basically, everything Senator Warren's proposal would impose a two percent annual tax on every bit of a person's net worth over fifty million dollars. And also an extra one percent tax on billionaires the main justification for the wealth tax is that it's the most powerful tool to limit the rise in wealth inequality. That's Gabriel Zuckerman an economist at UC Berkeley who studies wealth inequality, he helped design warns wealth tax. So Santa Warren was interested in proposing. A wealth tax. And gene, you about our work on with Nick why the the US suck means research showed that the top one percent has been gobbling up a greeter in greater share of national wealth. Which is why he supports a wealth tax. But while the wealth tax would be a new policy for the US government. It's actually been tried before they actually used to be quite popular in European countries. Those syrup Ray attacks economist at the organization of economic cooperation and development. She says wealth Texas didn't work that well in Europe. And so the trend has really been to repeal them in nineteen ninety. There are twelve countries in Europe that had a wealth tax today. There are only three polices. They didn't work for a lotteries ins among other things. It costs a lot to enforce it pushed rich people out of the country, and the wealth taxes didn't raise a lot of revenue that was mainly because many assets were exempt and whilst taxes were easy to avoid. So when parade looks at the policies track record in general. At it hasn't been great Werner use her proposal learns from the failures in Europe. She told us in Email, quote, I specifically designed this proposal to account for lessons learned from wealth taxes in other countries, unquote, unlike in the European Union, it's hard for Americans to freely move to another country or state and escape national taxes on top of that the Warren plan imposes an exit tax which would confiscate forty percent of a person's wealth over fifty million dollars if they renounced their citizenship, but the plans key difference duckman says its own only for people who have more than fifteen million dollars in wealth, Trump welfare individuals in Europe, the tax -ffected a much bigger percentage of the population Sukman believes that helped the rich lobby for all sorts of exemptions on business assets and pensions and artwork in made for a leaky bucket. That's what killed basically, the European wealth, Texas these exemptions. But and says that her. Her proposal, which has no exemptions will play out differently in the United States. Greg results. Sqi NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.

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Facebook Dive Sparks Investor Calls to Loosen Zuckerberg's Grip

Rush Limbaugh

02:44 min | 2 years ago

Facebook Dive Sparks Investor Calls to Loosen Zuckerberg's Grip

"Is shutting down WBZ's Bernice Corpuz is in revere Rodolfo Rivera worked with Neko for twenty four years he has, earned four weeks of paid vacation but he hasn't taken any time off this year it was expected to get paid for the unused. Time but he says his last paycheck is a thousand dollars latte A Sikh handed Lola I don't know what is the. Six hundred four week four week. S. sixteen hundred dollars no Sikander Figueroa who heads. The workers union says the group will work with lawyers to make sure every. Worker gets every penny they earned contract after you. Work eleven hundred hours you are your vacation, mean if we don't if we're not making any until January I it's not a fault. That's their fault saw so they have to, pay, for in revere Bernice Corpuz WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. WBZ news time one oh one President Trump is praising the newest, numbers on the economy saying the US is the economic envy of the entire world data shows the GDP surged in the april-to-june quarter to an annual growth. Rate of four point one percent Mr. Trump came out to the south lawn of the White House today to predict that the numbers will get even better as. He negotiates trade deals I happen to think we're going to do extraordinarily well in our, next report next quarter. Be It's going. To be outstanding I won't go. Too strong because then if it's not quite as. Good you will not let me forget it but I think the numbers are. Going to be outstanding the president also thanked North. Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon for fulfilling a, promise to return the remains of missing US soldiers from the Korean war well it hasn't. Been a great week for Facebook and its, chairman, Mark Zuckerberg the company stock is tanking and Zuckerman. Loss, more than one hundred billion dollars in just twenty four hours, and now as we hear from ABC's Eva pilgrim his job could be in jeopardy some investors are calling for Zuckerberg to be removed as chairman citing concerns. That he will too much power and answers only to himself now reverb who was previously number four on Forbes list of billionaires personally lost more than fifteen billion. In stock on Thursday that drops him down to number six and Twitter is also having, its Own troubles it stock has dropped following reports of weak growth from new. Users WBZ news time one three That. Means it's. Time for traffic? And weather together the. Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic. On the threes Jim Ryan how's it looking not good at all start. Off with multiple crashes out.

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Ivanka Trump fashion brand shutting down

All Things Considered

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Ivanka Trump fashion brand shutting down

"The brand's ability to grow when Donald Trump was, elected his family was criticized by ethics watchdogs for deciding to continue to own and frosted. From various businesses while also running the country first daughter Ivanka Trump arrived at, the White House, with, a fashion, brand named after herself but as she. Became a presidential advisor she stepped down from managing the company and. Put it in a trust now. Ivanka Trump says because she plans to stay in Washington, indefinitely it's only fair to her team and partners to close down the Ivanka Trump fashion brand this is NPR, and, you're, listening to, WNYC I'm Jamie. Floyd local officials are criticizing the owner The daily news that decision to lay off half the newspaper's staff mayor de Blasios called the decision greedy saying trunk that Chicago based company that owns the, paper should, sell, the daily. News. To quote someone committed to journalism Trump has made cuts across many of the. Local papers under its control including the Baltimore Sun and. The Chicago Tribune appearing on WNYC's the takeaway New York Times media reporter Jacqueline Peiser also questioned trunks broader strategy I personally don't. Understand why they find the interest in buying these media companies if they don't care about. Journalism trunk acquired the daily news last, year from longtime owner mort Zuckerman for one dollar more buildings closed after..

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U.S. charges Arizona man with threatening Harvard's black commencement

KTAR

01:08 min | 3 years ago

U.S. charges Arizona man with threatening Harvard's black commencement

"Clouds tonight low of fifty five tomorrow cool despite lots of sun highs between sixty six and seventy then tuesday it will become warmer with plenty of sun high seventy six on wednesday intervals of clouds and some showers and a thunderstorm are expected especially during the afternoon the high wednesday seventyseven on accuweather meteorologist curb inskeep wbz newsradio ten thirty delightful sunny sky right now sixty two in boston and arizona man is in custody he apparently threatened to bomb harvard and shoot up a block commencement event last year wbz's girl hook opie and tells us the man was picked up friday four year old nncholas zuckerman will appear in boston federal court at a later date investigators say he posted threats to harvard's instagram account encouraging violence and death if the black event occurred soccer is also accused of adding bombing comments to other users posts someone who saw them reported them to harvard police who notified the feds garowe gopi and wbz newsradio ten thirty very famous alon is coming back to dartmouth college to deliver the commencement address well tell you who and just a few minutes here on wbz newsradio ten thirty gas prices are going up everywhere.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"It's off we're supposed to have john seen on by the way i live for me this went off i hollywood celebrities that are also kind of car people i like that that kind of one foot in the entertainment world and one four foot in the car world and if you listen to the show you might get frustrated much like your listeners when these start talking about watches because we have a lot of comedians ana don't really collect cars but i try to have zuckerman on at the top of those shows and we we talked for a little while about cars and then you know you'd just have to endure sorry this is this we wire that's kind of what i am what the fuck them yes exactly what we want to act route right that's me i'm not just a car guy and entertainment multidimensional i am well twodimensional then you've you've got income on the watch show and then we'll talk more watched over there and the other i would love to area next week i don't know a lot about watches though i cameron weiss he knows the he's the experts watchmaker shows us all the details and could spark i too yeah yeah he drives at his daily driver is of fifty nine or selling fifty nine beadle it's very nice lou arizona a little beatlemania while his god you know that's ackerman p i think we follow each other on instagram writer in the man makes a nice watch yes yes this is actually does i love my wife's watch um we got some ma budget stuff on facebook didn't which act together quite a lot of questions we said that you guys were here first off follow the real zuckerman and spike fair said on instagram there's not a separate spikes car radio in there's not no i don't want to deal with that now i do not wait i reminds me using to muddy shoji did you of a spice car radio website or anything either did you bothering initially for what for spikes car radio now upside cast one has a little site but i i just want to talk to people on instagram that's it knobs wetter name facebook it's too much work i got a real job production company or make a tv shows i can't be doing this all the time folks.

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"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Apparently the liability paul goes with the towing via i understand i wear the trailer how could you have you ever seen the near stream opened up like a sardine cans after viewing saleh denial rosalind google heirs we need garage israel sure i want to ride mas rematched human being worth millions of dollars i'm gonna get at ein eleven where that money baghdad post the albright all right here's once i can't see from back here so i can ride an old i look at the bikes whoever made by iraq that bike wracked is legit deb shit saad through a triple rollover reality xavier must have ensured with three different companies is good but i echo buying good mind every one crashes saw man they don't look good oh they're became only we can fix it my father tv repair bad regius a cold they look about the same as cessnas once they crash right let them like diet coke cans ended up on the mets what they look like i said so what's next to me a shared spike zuckerman collection he willing onto we've got the what we have is a gado coming ag t to our alawites also matters riano no one knows about this out north are without who let's will figure it out when we know when it's coming there's there's who had just walk in jackhammer has another airstream crash as cited the article balqis purpose we knows that in actual jack hammering outside it's over here it's over here it's behind us they got construction happening i hope it doesn't come in the podcast was a dentist.

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