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This week Gary and Iain review and discuss, Saw V (2008) by Director, David Hackl. Starring, Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor and Scott Patterson. For more Off The Shelf Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChWxkAz-n2-5Nae-IDpxBZQ/join Merch: https://off-the-shelf-reviews.creator-spring.com Podcasts: https://offtheshelfreviews.podbean.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@OTSReviews Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheShelfReviews Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OffTheShelfReviews Support us: http://www.patreon.com/offtheshelfreviews Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/offtheshelfreviews Discord: https://discord.gg/Dyw8ctf
Maggie Sullivan (Morgan Kohan) is a star neurosurgeon who seemingly has it all, until her business partner is indicted for fraud and she finds herself charged with negligence. Looking to distance herself from the fallout, Maggie decides to leave Boston and return to her childhood home of Sullivan's Crossing, a rustic and remote campground set against the stunning coastline still run by her estranged father, Sully Sullivan (Scott Patterson). There, Maggie rekindles old friendships and builds new ones with the local residents, including a handsome newcomer, Cal Jones (Chad Michael Murray), who only serves to complicate her life further. As Maggie works on clearing her name and reputation, she is forced to confront her painful past, as she attempts to reconnect with a side of herself she had long forgotten. From executive producers Roma Roth and Christopher E. Perry, the team behind the hit series "Virgin River," SULLIVAN'S CROSSING is executive produced by Reel World Management in association with CTV and Fremantle with Roth also acting as showrunner. Mike Volpe and Mark Gingras serve as producers. For Fremantle, Michela Di Mondo and Hilary Martin are executive producing.
Director Sean McNamara joins to talk all about his new horror/thriller "Vindicata" starring Elena Kampouris, Sean Astin, and Jeremy Piven.Bonus interview segment with actor Scott Patterson discussing his role in Saw V and IV.Full interview with Scott -- https://youtu.be/j6ikNa55mZw?si=azW3O_1AE3e-ygq4More info:https://www.instagram.com/mcnamara6262/https://www.instagram.com/scottgordonpatterson/https://www.instagram.com/appetite4horror/
This week Gary and Iain review and discuss, Saw IV (2007) by Director, Darren Lynn Bousman. Starring, Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor and Scott Patterson. For more Off The Shelf Reviews: Merch: https://off-the-shelf-reviews.creator-spring.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChWxkAz-n2-5Nae-IDpxBZQ/join Podcasts: https://offtheshelfreviews.podbean.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@OTSReviews Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheShelfReviews Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OffTheShelfReviews Support us: http://www.patreon.com/offtheshelfreviews Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/offtheshelfreviews Discord: https://discord.gg/Dyw8ctf
Scott Patterson is most known for the character Luke Danes from the long running CW hit, now Netflix star, THE GILMORE GIRLS. Patterson now stars in a new CW series SULLIVAN'S CROSSING, this time his character is much more to the forefront of the show and much deeper. Scott talks about the difference in characters from Luke to Sully. Patterson also discusses what drew him to the show and how he channels the character that is such a divergence from his own personal experiences. You can see SULLIVAN'S CROSSING Wednesdays @ 8p on the CW
Free LMNT Sample Pack with Any Purchase! https://drinkLMNT.com/frugalfitmom This week, Christine sits down with her daughter Hailey to discuss the relationship they've built through trust, communication, boundaries, and a shared love of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The mother-daughter duo also answer some of their audience's questions about leaving the nest, dream jobs, and growing up in a fit family. Follow Christine! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdzq21gdrw1k5jw6xzaCADg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frugalfitmom6 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christinethefrugalfitmom Website: https://www.frugalfitmom.com References: I'm All In with Scott Patterson https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-all-in-with-scott-patterson/id1563792491 Pod Meets World https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-all-in-with-scott-patterson/id1563792491 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/frugalfitmom/support
In one of Rembrandt's famous paintings, Storm on the Sea of Galilee, a ship's crew struggles to navigate through an epic storm thrashing the ship. But toward the stern, Jesus sits calmly. This image graced the cover of Peter Bernstein's classic book, Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk. So what can investors take away from a classic piece of Renaissance art? Market shocks can emerge suddenly and in unexpected ways. Mitigating the impact of these risks is no doubt challenging when they are difficult to predict. Still, investors need a gameplan. This episode of PGIM's The OUTThinking Investor delivers fresh perspectives on potential risks to financial markets and explores strategies that agile investors can employ to protect their portfolios against the known and unknown. Joining us to discuss this topic are Scott Patterson, Wall Street Journal reporter and author of Chaos Kings: How Wall Street Traders Make Billions in the New Age of Crisis; Ethan Wu, Financial Times reporter and host of the Unhedged podcast; and Michael Dicks, Chief Economist and Deputy Head of Research at PGIM Wadhwani.
¡Vótame en los Premios iVoox 2023! VI Si no escuchaste el anterior programa, y si no eres aprensivo y sensible, ya que aseguro que es demasiado duro, te aconsejaría que lo hiciera, pues aunque puedes hacerlo por separado, este que ahora vas a escuchar y el anterior, creo que entenderás mucho mejor todo lo que vas a oír. Hay quienes afirman, que hay prisiones abandonadas que no se encuentran totalmente solas. Son habitadas por el pasado… por entes… incluso en ocasiones por algo. En EEUU se haba de Alcatraz. Penitenciaría Estatal del Este en Pensilvania. Penitenciaría de Virginia Occidental. La antigua cárcel de St. Augustine, Florida. Hoy os hablaré de la vivencia que tuvieron el actor Scott Patterson y un productor de cine acompañante en la Penitenciaría de Santa Fe, en Nuevo México. La oyente Vanesa Calvo Herrero, me decía en un mensaje. ¿Son los lugares los que están marcados de forma "natural"? ¿O son las prácticas y los acontecimientos que se desarrollan en esos lugares los que los marcan? Cuando lo escuches, tú decides si piensas que todo fue Casualidad, Energías del Pasado, Espíritus, ENTES, FANTASMAS, Demonios, EL PROPIO Mothman o simple locura. Todo ocurrió décadas después de que se cerrara esta prisión, tras el terrible motín que hicieron los presos en 1980. Te aseguro que esta historia, no tiene desperdicio. Por si no caes o no sabes quien es este actor, te comento que Scott Patterson en su carrera, ha participado en series de TV como Gilmore Girls, en producciones como la saga de películas Saw, CSI: Miami, Batman: Gotham a Luz de Gas, El Evento, The Boys of Abu Ghraib o Aliens in America, por poner algunos ejemplos… PUEDES VER ALGUNOS VIDEOS DE LLDLL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEOtdbbriLqUfBtjs_wtEHw Suscríbete al Canal Youtube y a Ivoox. GRATITUD ESPECIAL: Siempre a los MECENAS. Sin ustedes… nada sería posible. Desde México, Gracias JESSICA por tus excelentes portadas. Desde Asturias, ANA DE LA VEGA. Por llevar la responsabilidad de las redes sociales. Desde Madrid, LOLA VELASCO, por estar. Sigamos sumando en LLDLL, SUSCRIBETE en IVOOX y comparte. Y si deseas escuchar todos los programas en cerrados, sin anuncios… HAZTE MECENAS. GRACIAS. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Jon Hamm is back, this time joining two different programs — "The Morning Show" and "Fargo" — as is the reboot of "Frasier," which brings star Kelsey Grammer back to Boston, where the character was introduced to us during the third season of "Cheers" nearly 40 years ago. There are also a number of reality series and game shows, another animated program on Fox that was in production well before the writers strike, foreign productions and remakes. Ultimately, it's a mixed bag that Bruce Miller runs through with his co-host Terry Lipshetz. The two also dive into favorite programs that 12-year-old Bruce and Terry liked to watch. Upcoming shows to watch with approximate dates: THE CHANGELING (AppleTV+ Sept. 8) — Based on Victor LaValle's bestseller, this creepy drama goes back and forth in time to tell the story of a family that may (or may not) have done the right thing. LaValle narrates; LaKeith Stanfield stars as man looking for wife and son in a not-too-friendly New York City. Twists and turns exist on every corner. THE WALKING DEAD: DARYL DIXON (AMC, Sept. 10) — Ready for another “Walking Dead” series? This is the sixth and it focuses on Norman Reedus' character, Daryl. He washes ashore in France, but doesn't know how he got there. Working his way back home, he encounters people who could make his goal more than a little difficult. Clemence Poesy, Adam Nagaitis co-star. THE SWARM (The CW, Sept. 12) — With U.S. production companies on hold until the strikes are over, networks are looking elsewhere for content. This German production looks at what happens when humans have to battle some underwater force that's determined to take over. It's based on Frank Schatzing's bestselling novel. THE MORNING SHOW (AppleTV+, Sept. 13) — Jon Hamm joins the ensemble cast that inclues Jennifer Aniston and Reese WItherspoon for the third season of the show that follows a morning network news program. THE OTHER BLACK GIRL (Hulu, Sept. 13) — An editorial assistant (played by Sinclair Daniel) has trouble navigating the waters as the only Black employee at her company. When another is hired, she discovers something wicked this way comes. Ashleigh Murray, Eric McCormack co-star. WRESTLERS (Netflix, Sept. 13) — If you loved “Cheer,” you'll probably find plenty to applaud in this docu-series. Following members of the Ohio Valley wrestling team in Louisville, Kentucky, the seven-part venture shows how the gym produced big names (John Cena, Dave Bautista among them) but now struggles to keep the doors open. BUDDY GAMES (CBS, Sept. 14) — Josh Duhamel turned his real-life vacations into a film (also called “Buddy Games”) and now interprets it as a competition series. Six teams of friends compete in a series of games designed to see who's best. WILDERNESS (Amazon Prime Video, Sept. 15) — When Liv learns her husband has been having an affair, she agrees to a road trip that could repair their relationship. Unfortunately, plenty happens that makes her question the move. Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen play the couple. NEIGHBOURS (Amazon Freevee, Sept. 18) — The Australian soap (which ran for decades) ended in 2022 but that didn't stop the antics from continuing. Reviving the ventures on Ramsay Street, this edition picks up two years after the finale. Mischa Barton is among the new residents. THE SUPER MODELS (AppleTV+, Sept. 20) — They aren't just on the cover of Vogue. Supermodels Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista are the subjects of this four-part documentary about their hold on the world of modeling. THE CONTINENTAL: FROM THE WORLD OF JOHN WICK (Peacock, Sept. 22) — How did that hotel become a hotbed for assassins? That's the focus of this drama set in the John Wick universe. Winston Scott (Colin Woodell) serves as the tour guide through the hotels he later comes to own. Ian McShane, you may remember, plays the character in the “John Wick” movies. Also in the cast: Mel Gibson as the man who runs the New York Continental in the 1970s. STILL UP (AppleTV+, Sept. 22) — Can't sleep? Don't worry. There's a whole world that exists after most people go to bed. Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts play two who bond over the phone. KRAPOPOLIS (Fox, Sept. 24) — Hannah Waddingham turns in her “Ted Lasso” wardrobe for a shot at life as the goddess of self-destruction. With her family of humans, gods and monsters (it's set in Ancient Greece), she's forced to answer to her son, Tyrannis, the benevolent king of Krapopolis. Created by Dan Harmon, the animated venture brings to life all sorts of mythological characters. THE IRRATIONAL (NBC, Sept. 25) — Jesse L. Martin plays a professor of behavioral science who agrees to handle high-level government cases. Based on Dan Ariely's book, “Predictably Irrational,” it gives Martin another shot at crime-solving. LOVE IN FAIRHOPE (Sept. 27, Hulu) — What goes on in a small Alabama town? Get the cameras. This docuseries looks at five generations in Fairhope. Reese Witherspoon is an executive producer. THE GOLDEN BACHELOR (Sept. 28, ABC) — Old guys get their moment. Gerry Turner, a 71-year-old widower, gets to play the game, roses and all. Jesse Palmer hosts. GEN V (Sept. 29, Amazon Prime Video) — Just when you thought superheroes were in trouble (thank you, “The Boys”), the franchise expands to college where kids with super powers have to decide what team they're on. Expect a lot of flipflopping. FOUND (Oct. 3, NBC) — More than 600,000 people go missing each year. A public relations whiz and her team try to figure out why. Shanola Hampton, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Kelli Williams star. THE SPENCER SISTERS (Oct. 4, The CW) — A mom and daughter (who are mistakenly viewed as sisters) solve mysteries. Lea Thompson and Stacey Farber star. Imported from Canada. SULLIVAN'S CROSSING (Oct. 4, The CW) — Maggie Sullivan, a neurosurgeon, moves home and reunites with her dad. Chad Michael Murray, Morgan Kohan and Scott Patterson star. Another Canadian import. THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER (Oct. 12, Netflix) — Edgar Allan Poe's work is updated and given a pharmaceutical spin. Bruce Greenwood, Mary McDonnell, Carla Gugino and Mark Hamill are in the house. HOUSE OF VILLAINS (Oct. 12, E! And other related channels) — Reality show villains compete for $200,000 and the title “America's Ultimate Supervillain.” No wonder there was so much trouble last year on “Vanderpump Rules.” FRASIER (Oct. 12, Paramount+) — That head shrinker (played by Kelsey Grammer) tosses the salad again and moves back to Boston (which means no Niles). There he deals with other family members, Lilith and Roz. LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY (Oct. 13, AppleTV+) — The page turner that became a 2022 bestseller is adapted for television. Brie Larson stars as a scientist who hosts a TV show when she's dumped from the university that could have ridden her coattails to the top. Lewis Pullman, Patrick Walker and Aja Naomi King also star. LIVING FOR THE DEAD (Oct. 18, Hulu) — Five gay ghost hunters go across the country looking for ghosts in order to help survivors. They go to noted haunted locations and play their own “Queer Eye” games. It's narrated by Kristen Stewart. FELLOW TRAVELERS (Oct. 27, Paramount+) — Two men attempt a relationship during the 20th century, when Joseph McCarthy and Roy Cohn declared war on “subversives and sexual deviants.” The thriller stars Jonathan Bailey and Matt Bomer. LOVE ISLAND GAMES (Nov. 1, Peacock) — Another “Love Island” competition. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE (Nov. 2, Netflix) — This four-part series looks at blind girl and her father who flee German-occupied Paris with a diamond that could fall into the hands of Nazis. Louis Hofmann, Aria Mia Loberti and Mark Ruffalo star. THE BUCCANEERS (Nov. 8, AppleTV+) — A group of American girls in the 1870s look for husbands in London. It's inspired by Edith Wharton's unfinished novel. A MURDER AT THE END OF THE WORLD (Nov. 14, FX) — Murder, they wrote. A billionaire invites a Gen Z sleuth and tech-savvy hacker and other guests to a retreat. When one winds up dead, the others go on the hunt. Emma Corrin, Joan Chen, Raul Esparza star. SCOTT PILGRIM TAKES OFF (Nov. 17, Netflix) — “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” didn't work when it was first released but then became a cult fave. In this animated adaptation Scott must take on the exes of a girl he loves. Many of the original cast members return to bring the story to life. BOOKIE (November, Max) — A bookie tries to make it in a world of legalized sports gambling in Los Angeles. MONARCH: LEGACY OF MONSTERS (November, AppleTV+) — Monsters thrive in this sci-fi drama from the folks behind the recent “Godzilla” films. Kurt Russell and son Wyatt star. FARAWAY DOWNS (November, Hulu) — Baz Luhrmann's film “Australia” is augmented with unused footage and a new ending. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman still star. FARGO (Nov. 21, FX) — In season five, its 2019 in Minnesota and North Dakota. A Midwestern housewife (Juno Temple) is thrust into a life she thought she had left behind. On her trail: A sheriff (Jon Hamm) who sees himself as the law and above the law. Contact us! We want to hear from you! Email questions to email@example.com and we'll answer your question on a future episode! About the show Streamed & Screened is a podcast about movies and TV hosted by Bruce Miller, a longtime entertainment reporter who is now the editor of the Sioux City Journal in Iowa and Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer for Lee Enterprises based in Madison, Wisconsin. Episode transcript Note: The following transcript was created by Adobe Premiere and may contain misspellings and other inaccuracies as it was generated automatically: Welcome everyone to another episode of Streamed & Screened an entertainment podcast about movies and TV from Lee Enterprises. I'm Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer at Lee and co-host of the program with Bruce Miller, editor of the Sioux City Journal and longtime entertainment reporter. Bruce, it's still like 90 degrees outside all over this country, but it's we're getting ready for fall the fall season. Time to break up the leaves, the pumpkin spice time. Oh, yeah. Pumpkin, I hate pumpkin spice. Oh, don't I? I hate it. Yeah, I'm with that. I just. We're throwing that out there. But that's what they sell this time of year is was the time of year that 12 year old Bruce would be making a list of all the new TV shows, making sure he got the TV guide that had all of the features about all of them planning and and trying to make sure that the fall TV's schedule was going to be perfect for the next year. Well, now, old Bruce says, is there even a fall TV season anymore? Because we've got two strikes going on and most of the broadcast networks are not introducing any new series because they want to save them in case they need them for content, for next year. So it's it's kind of a mixed bag, I got to tell you. But I do have some conclusions that I've drawn from looking at all of their like, maybe 30 some 40 shows that they've got on the books. Jon Hamm is the king of fall TV. Is Jon Amis in the new season of the morning show on Apple TV? And he is the lead character in the new version of Fargo. Oh, Fargo's back. You're going to get a double ham. Oh, I have a ham sandwich, if you will. Now it's his cup, but yeah, he's pretty big. And then another thing I noticed was there are a lot of series coming from other countries. The swarm. Are you familiar with this swarm? No. No, I don't think so. That bee film that I think was it Michael Caine was in or on or one of those ones way back in the old days. No, it's about water over the swarm of something under the water. That is going to really bell against the humans that are not keeping the water clean. It's based on a best seller from Germany, and it was a huge international production. They spent more money than Germany has ever spent on a series, and it's a cast of people from just about every country you can find. So part of it's set in Vancouver, part of it said in Germany, part of it's in Peru. It's all over and it's going to be on the CW. So that's that's coming up this next week. It's one of the first ones that will premiere. And I got to tell you, I think what they've done is they edited some of the R-rated content for broadcast networks because there's a point where that you know, that they're saying a word that probably starts with four letters. Mm hmm. And they blur out the big lips and then the eye that stays overnight at some woman's house. And you see them walking through. But you don't know if he's naked, but it sure looks like he's naked and it looks like they re-edited it to cut it looked a little a little more presentable. So it's interesting. You don't get the real kind of jump, the thrill that you're looking for, the jaws kind of moment until the end of the first episode. And then you see that killer whales are out to get you out. So that's that's one of the first ones that you'll see. That's kind of fascinating. Is it in English? Yeah. Oh, they they wanted to make sure it was an international production. So they're all in English haltingly in some cases. But yeah, but it's all done in English. Neighbors is going to be on Amazon freebie and it's a revival of the Australian series was a soap opera that ran for decades. And then Canada is providing two things for the CW dispenser Sisters and Sullivan's Crossing, and those sounds suspiciously like series we've already seen on The CW. But they're back. Leah Thompson's in one of them, Chad. Michael Murray is on another one. They were, you know, popular in other times. So they're they're grabbing what they can find to provide content. And then you're seeing a lot of game shows of some sort or another. They're the golden bachelor. You've heard about that. I'm sure you've seen the ads for them. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The guy, he's 70 something who who's looking for love. And you think, Wow. Who is advertising during this show? Peacock has Love Island Games, which is another Love Island series. But they're playing games, so then they don't have to have a script or anything like that. And then a really fascinating one, I think, is about the villains from reality TV shows. Now, here's a way for them to get all those Vanderpump Rules people out and into another marketplace House of Villains. It's called in Joel McHale. McHale is hosting that. So those are the kinds of things you're seeing on those those networks. You see what I mean? Yeah, we don't have writers. Yeah. So we're going to do whatever we can there will, or we're going to call it a documentary. That's another kind of a way of dealing with things. Fox has crap Apple is crap. Apple is this is a man and saw that. Yeah. They put into production quite a bit ago and it's about Greek gods and how they sit around and complain a lot. Hannah Waddingham from Ted Lasso is one of the voices. So, yeah, you know, that's an interesting thing. The boys, if you know the boys from Amazon. They have a spinoff called Gen B and it's a new a new era of super heroes, super villains. It's much like the X-Men where they go to school to learn how to be. What kind of superhero are you going to be? And, you know, okay, we'll see what happens. NBC has a couple of series that are real series. The Irrational, starring Jesse Martin, who is on Law and Order. It has him doing more kind of looking into cases and stuff. But the one that I thought was kind of interesting was called Found. And it's about a group of people looking for missing people. One who leads the team was missing herself at one point. And so they try to figure out where is all of this Mark-Paul gosselaar from NYPD Blue. And then, of course, you know, saved by the Bell is one of the people looking for help. And now what movies have sponsored some kind of content in some fashion. John Wick is coming to television as a prequel. It's called The Continental, and it's about the character that Ian McShane played and how he became like the head of the New York Hotel. If that makes anything that Scott Pilgrim saves the world has given birth to. Scott Pilgrim takes off. And this is an animated version of Scott Pilgrim versus the rest of the world or whomever or whatever it was. And then documentaries. Do you remember cheer? Did you watch Cheer at all on Netflix? I know. I know it. I. It's about maybe an episode or two. It wasn't something that really captured. It's not for me kind of thing. It's about a college cheer team. And it was all right. Was it Louisville? Was Texas or Texas? Yeah. They did two seasons of this. It was quite well-received. It won the Emmy for best Documentary series. But now those people have done their own version of another look at people. And it's called wrestlers. And it's about this place where they train basically all star wrestlers. John Cena was trained at this place. The Miz was trained at this place. And so it's done like it's a documentary and it's done, I think, pretty well for the circumstances and what the situation was. The people behind Cheer really know how to get in there and tell stories with with a crowd. And then there are some kind of fascinating ones. The one I'm most looking forward to is lessons in chemistry. And I don't know if you've heard of this book, Lessons in Chemistry is was a bestseller was Barnes Noble's favorite book of the last year and it's about a woman in the fifties who is a scientist and wants to really push that career. And of course, there are men that are keeping her from moving up in that world. So she creates a TV show, a cooking show that uses science to help her through everything, and then talk to the audience about this. And then you see her story play out. The book is wonderful. If you ever get a chance to read the book, please do, because it's fascinating. Brie Larson stars in that and Bill Pullman son is in it as well. So there are some good things in there that you might want to take note of. Another one to look for is fellow travelers with Matt Bomer, and it's set during the time of Roy Cohn and all of that kind of and Joe McCarthy when they were out to get a lot of people. Well, these are two two gentlemen in the government service who are trying to hold a relationship, if you will, a gay relationship during a time when they've been targeted by their own government. And so it's kind of fascinating how they will bring in real history and then comment on it from another another perspective. Okay. I'm Josh Duhamel. Did a movie called Buddy Games, and it was about how these friends kind of did goofy games out in the open during a weekend. Well, guess what? Now, you two can be part of the buddy games. And so they're creating teams of people to compete with one another, to be the best buddy game players. What would a buddy game entail? Well, it'd be like stupid things. It's very much not unlike Survivor. Okay. But it might be like, I don't know, pushing a a beer egg somewhere around the outside, you know? I mean, just dumb kind of dumb for sure. That's what it is. That's when you get a bunch of guys together and there might be alcohol involved. And it definitely is. And the airing each other, they're just daring each other to do whatever. If you were a were you a fan of Walking Dead? No, I it's one of those that just I wanted to watch it and I just never got into it. Well, guess what? Now you can start it again because it be doing the it kind of a spinoff series, if you will, called The Walking Dead. Daryl Dixon and this is Norman Reedus is character. And so then they focus on Yemen and finds how he works his way back home. So that's interesting. Hulu has the other black girl. It's about the only black employee at an editorial company. And then another black woman comes in to the company and how they both discover that there are some maybe not so aboveboard things happening at their company. Wilderness This is from Amazon Prime. Okay. A couple story about a husband and wife who go on a road trip. Now, does this sound now or it's just like you write going on vacation? Yep. He discovers that he has been fooling around. Now, now we've. We've lost your right. And maybe she's. She's thinking he might want to get rid of her on this trip and get rid of her, not just leave her at a rest area. No, it's like where suddenly she falls off a cliff. No accident. Oh, no. What happened here? So that could be fascinating, but I don't know how it would last more than a year. You know, at what point does divorce come into this? I think that would be great. Let's take another side. Let's take another summer vacation, honey. After the first time fails again, and this time we're going to be locking all the doors in the car and turning on the the the car in the garage. This could be fun. Supermodels. It's a documentary about the four big supermodels. Do you know who the four are like of all time? Like Christie Brinkley. And it's true. Brinkley is not one of them. Kathy Ireland. Elle. Oh, boy. Elle MacPherson. No, Come on. There's one that you are, of course, with Kate Upton. No, I don't know. Mary. Cindy Crawford. Oh, we're going back in time. Well, yeah, because this is like, all time, right? I mean, you know, I'm not bringing out Carol Meryl from Let's make a Deal. But there you go. Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell. And it's a documentary about how they became these supermodels. It wasn't just they weren't just, you know, model models. They were the real thing. Can you sleep at night? And I know I'm an insomniac. Then you will love. Still up. It's at sleep at night. And they meet and bond over the phone. They talk about what's keeping them up at night. So who knows? Love Bear. Hope this is a Hulu series. That's a reality show, or as they call it, a docu series that shows you what life is like in hope and how kind of deeper is deeper than you think. There's more going on in that town than you think. You know, last night I watched Roger and me. You remember Roger and me? Yeah. I'm trying to think if I. I know the I know it, but I. Michael Moore did a documentary about Flint, Michigan, and how that town. Yep. Yep. Falling apart at the seams. Right. You need to go back and find out what happened. And they got the water cleaned up in Flint. But it was. It's very fascinating how he kind of kicked off a lot of this by just showing people doing whatever or talking to people about things that, you know, you never really realized. You never if you didn't put one and one together, you wouldn't get the answer that you're looking for. Now, you can see if you look back at Roger and me, how he has goosed the story a bit and how. Yeah, like trying to get the reaction he got. But that's what we're seeing with these reality shows. That's why something like Vanderpump Rules has this kind of. Well, let's just throw a little gasoline on this fire and see what happens. And that's what they do with these reality shows, is try to get a reaction out of somebody that maybe, you know, we didn't see it before or after. Okay. The fall of the House of Usher. Do you remember that Edgar Allan Poe story? I think I remember seeing it as a movie in the sixties with, like, Vincent Price. Okay. All the House of Usher. Well, they've taken because, of course, when you have this copy, it's free, right? Sure. Yeah. Anything that's already out of its copyright. Instead, it in the pharmaceutical industry and shows how this is how they're going to bring it down for the House of Usher. That's going to work. And that'll start in October. Frazier. Frazier is coming back. Yeah, Yeah, I saw that. Now I've got a question about that. But go ahead and set it up. Well, Frazier moves. Frazier is not going to be on the West Coast. He's going back to Boston. And very as he doesn't have, Niles isn't with him anymore. But he does get Lilith in there and he does have Roz visiting him. And then he also has a son in there. If you may remember, they had a son. Right. And he becomes a player in the whole story, too. And there are some touchstones when you look at it, you'll say, Oh, yeah, I remember that from Frasier, but it's Kelsey Grammer. Kelsey just decided to reboot the thing that's on Paramount Plus. So here's I saw a trailer for it about a week or so ago, and in one of the scenes, it shows Frasier kind of like hanging out at a bar. And it wasn't Cheers. So he appears just kind of the odd thing. Like obviously, Frasier, it's a spinoff of Cheers. And obviously during Frasier, there were a few moments where some of the main characters made appearances on Frasier because they went out to visit or Frasier went back to Boston. I can't remember all the the episodes, but I kind of found it odd that he wasn't hanging out at Cheers in the clip that I saw. Like, what happened to Cheers? You know, it's like, number one, did he go out of business? And that's why he's going to another bar or, you know, what happened to those characters? Because it just seems odd to me. If I used to hang out at a bar every day for how long was Cheers on? Like eight years. Nine years, Something like that? Yeah. So. So now he goes back to Boston. He doesn't go back to that bar anymore. So now I've got all these questions Running through my head is like, what happened to the Cheers bar? Maybe it was bought out by a corporation. That's right. Applebee's. You never know if it's an Applebee's now. Right. I have a fascinating one. I don't know. You know, there weren't a lot of names with it that were from the original series, so I don't know how well a will do when you just have a character and then you reboot it. But if some of the other ones are signing on, you know, they must think it's it's something. I feel like with that one you have to somehow address. Cheers. Or else it's just going to be weird to be back in the same city. I believe they do. I think you're good. Yeah. Okay. I don't want to say too much. Yeah, but, you know, the door is always open. Yeah. Like, I mean, you know, we know. I mean, obviously, Kirstie Alley died, so, you know, that's obviously something that can't be part of it, but. But Ted Danson is alive and obviously he could he could be retired old man in the show. And if that's what it is, and he does a cameo and he sold the bar and now it's an Applebee's, then I'm back. Yep. You know, but Lilith is coming back, so you will see her and you will see Roz. Those are two who have signed on for multiple episodes. So there's something there. But I. You know, willow work. I like the relationship between Niles and Frasier. I thought that was a real kind of cool thing, where it's like yin and yang. But we'll see. How about living for the dead? Living for the Dead is on Hulu, and it's a reality show where they go ghost hunting. Now, the ghost hunters are gay people, so it could be queer Eye for the Dead Guy. Oh, man. Yeah, we're really. Kristen Stewart is the narrator of this. And you know her Twilight. So we'll see what what happens, I guess. I'm not Belgian for these things. I'm just telling you what there is. Netflix also has a mini series or a limited series called All the Way We Cannot See. It's about a blind girl and her father who try to get a diamond out of Nazi occupied Paris during World War Two. Interesting. Yeah. Hallmark Oh is in it. But there are people that you don't know who have the starring roles. The Buccaneers. This is like, if you like. Weren't you a big old Bridgerton kind of fan? Yeah. Yeah, that in the 1870s. It's based on Edith Wharton's unfinished novel. And you know that they're going to have like Madonna singing. That's how they they roll. Right. Yeah. A Murder at the End of the World. This is on effects again, another limited series, very much like the Glass Onion, those kind of things where people are all gathered. Yeah. Guess what? One of them's dead. Who did the thing? You know, and it has a pretty, pretty star laden cast. But I think that's because it's just a, you know, a short run. It's not like suddenly we get another another whatever bookie. Bookie is coming out on Max. And this is about a bookie trying to make it in Los Angeles after they've legalized gambling, sports gambling. So it could be. Is that a is this a reality or. That's a the series series. Okay. It's a, you know, fictional. Yeah, but we'll see what happens. Do you remember the how man on HBO years and years ago? They did. It was like a horse racing, but then all the horses kept dying on set. Yeah, it's very I think it's similar. I think Monarch the legacy of Monsters now. And you know, you've got to sign up for, right? Yep. And these are, if you remember, Godzilla. He had all these kind of characters and everything. Yep. So they're bringing all those characters into play with this, and they've got Kurt Russell and his son Wyatt in the cast. Now, why would they do this? Why would they be in this kind of a show? But Monarch Legacy of Monsters coming on Apple TV. Plus the last thing I saw Kurt Russell in. Well, other than those weird Christmas movies are Santa Claus. Yeah, the there was a documentary. I can't remember what channel I saw it on, but Kurt Russell used to play baseball and his father owned a minor league. It was like the last independent triple-A baseball team in America. And it was a really fascinating. I don't remember what it's called offhand, but if you get a chance that that was probably the last thing I actually saw. Kurt Russell And other than those Christmas movies. Well, and he's you know, he had that big old beard that makes him look like Santa Claus. Right. But I you know, Kurt Russell is somebody who's ripe for a sit down where you say, oh, I got a lot of questions to ask you because I look at you as like Walt Disney's favorite kid, and he knew Walt Disney probably better than most people still alive today. And he could talk about that whole world and what it was like to be not necessarily a teen idol, but a teen actor, and then how he made the transition into really adult star. And then there's that whole thing with Goldie Hawn that we haven't unpacked, you know? And so there's a lot there that I would love to ask him about, but I don't know if, you know, he's open to that kind of stuff. He might be very guarded about his life, but he's going to be doing the Godzilla movie slash rings and then our last one that I have to put in the list is far away downs. Far away downs is a way of taking an old movie movie, finding the old footage that never got used and expanding it into a multi-part series. This is a Baz Luhrmann's Australia, and it starred Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman. And they're going to beef that sucker up and call it far away downs. Hmm. Now, that isn't that a concept? Yep. That's like all. What else do they save a lot of copy on? We're going to see this again. But that's a concept. So you see the reality shows that they're doing the they're doing we're adding in the old movies that are redone or re repurposed the foreign the foreign pickups. You know, it's all this stuff that you go, this is a season. I don't think it is. And they used to have slogans each. Now we're going to have its own slogan. I don't know is it everything old is new again. I don't know what it is here. Yeah, that's a word, basically. And it all starts this next week. The new series start rolling out and you will see them advertising. The stuff I did watch was it four episodes of The Morning Show? Okay. In a very big way, because they have an Elon Musk character. That's the Jon Hamm character who in the first episode is going to take somebody up in space and is maybe looking to buy the network. Interesting. So that gets back a little bit to the Apple TV, TV plus dilemma that I've talked about prior. So I actually just canceled Apple TV Plus, but I still have it for a month because it's you know, you cancel it and then you have X amount of time before it actually goes away. So I I'm finishing up a couple of things. The dilemma that I was in is that I watched about half of season two of morning show and then I stopped when I canceled it a year ago. And now I've got to decide, okay, I'm going to pick up the back end of season two and then maybe keep it going to watch all of season three. Or do I just put Apple TV Plus on ice for a little while? Go on to something else and then come back and knock through it? Is it good enough for me to stick around? So you got lessons in chemistry coming? Yeah. And then be in October and then I think you'll want to see that I watched one episode of that. Okay. Yeah, I was fascinated, but I could see I've read the book and I loved the book, and to see how it kind of transpired was interesting, but I'd stick with it, spend another then another six bucks, write something like a 99 plus tax event. Okay, seven. So, you know, you mentioned the slogans. The only one that I can think of, two that actually still applies is animation domination from Fox with crap awfulness. Oh, but there were a lot I wish I could tell you all of them, because I remember each network would have its own and they were. Oh yeah, ABC was the place to be. ABC. CBS had something to do with the eye. A lot of times are eyes on you or they, you know, they would do those kind of goofy things and then they'd have a song. And if you look back on YouTube, you'll see these old kind of premier video things where they do an episode of like, here's our new shows and we're going to introduce them with John Ritter and, you know, Gavin MacLeod. And then they would come out and sing and dance. Do you think how did they get those people to do that stuff? That must have been it's almost like indentured servitude, you know, But they're singing and dancing and wearing tuxedos and looking like they really love each other. And they probably hate each other with the animation stuff. With Fox, if I was maybe ten years younger, I might tune in to Crap Apple is, but I feel like the time is kind of passed. Or those. I mean, clearly they get the ratings to justify continuing. But I'm thinking about it. I was with The Simpsons from way back when it was on the Tracey Ullman Show. I watched every little short that was on Tracey Ullman. I watched every episode from season one and I watched every season from season one up until, uh, I want to say was maybe the 2016 2017 season. And then I moved from Wisconsin to to work down in Kentucky and I stopped. I haven't watched an episode of The Simpsons since, and it's very similar to even like Family Guy, like, I love Family Guy, but I don't know when the last time I watched a Family Guy episode and with The Simpsons in particular, it just feels like it's the same stories over and over and they just push it forward. Like there's one episode every year where it's about how Homer met Marge. There's another episode, obviously, of your Treehouse of Horror. You have to have a Christmas episode, you've got to have some episode, which is like, you know, some sort of Storytime Fairy tale thing. And it just feels like it's like, rinse and repeat over and over. We'll hire you to work on The Simpsons. I think, you know, the the formula and what I the thing that lured me in were all the signs in the background where I would have to watch and then you'd see that stuff and now I don't care. Is that so? Saying something about me. And I love The Simpsons. I do too. I don't know that I would. It's not appointment TV anymore and maybe be available. They've been on for what, like 30, 35 years now? It's 30 some years. And I knew when it first came out and I remember how kind of gruff the characters looked in the beginning. They were really not as as kind of smooth and, and Disney like and I don't know that they've really they've done anything with that because they're owned by Disney now who they always bit the hand of. They were always saying bad things about Disney and are they doing it now. I guess we'll have to watch and find it out. But they're they're probably not affected because by the strikes or anything, because they do everything a year in advance. So I think they're okay for now. But yeah, it'll it'll be interesting to see. At what point does it affect the following season with any of these animated shows? Because so then, you know, when we come around to next fall, instead of it being a 22 episode season, is it a 15 episode season? Right. Would they ever do a live action version of The Simpsons, do you think? I don't know. That's interesting. The sort of had one sort of, but I mean, where do you would, like cast it? Yeah, I do like because I think you could do it on stage really easily. You know, you'd be interesting, but I don't know if a movie version would work because you need some of those flights of fancy that they have. Yeah. So at the top of the show, you mentioned 12 year old Bruce getting excited for the fall season. What did 12 year old Bruce get excited for? What were your shows? Do you watch the 12? Oh, you know, I was a I was a huge Batman fan of the Batman with Adam West and Bird and I really thought it was a drama. I'll be honest with you. I did not see it as a comedy or campy thing. I thought, Oh my God, they yeah, this is just life or death. We've got to find out what happens with Batman and how he, Howie thwarts the Riddler. You know, when is a door not a door? I don't know, Batman. When is a door? Not a door when it's ajar, that kind of stuff. And I was like, Oh, that. So, so well-written. What I. What is this? But those are the things I hung clung to. And I was really good at kind of ruling the TV at that age. I don't know if you had your kids do this, but my dad would say, Well, now what time is? And then fill in the name of a show that I didn't want to watch. I think it's not on this week that it's not going to be on. We're going to have to watch this other show that I want. Like Gunsmoke was something I hated. I hated it. And I thought that was a vile series and that it can't be interrupted every week. They're not interrupting Gunsmoke. Every It's got to be on. I said, No, no Gunsmoke this week. It's not happening. Or rap patrol or combat. Those are ones. I hate it. I love the comedies, though. That was always my big thing. But yeah, and I would I would have all of the material, all the stuff you could think of. I have pictures of the set from the series of the stars. I you know, this is how crazy I am, okay? Because this will show you how part goes back. I have an autographed picture from Ed Sullivan now, who has an autographed picture of Ed Sullivan. Nobody, nobody would want this but 12 year old Bruce wanted a picture of Ed Sullivan and dammit, he got it. So there there you go. But yeah, so it was a big thing. And I don't know if you would, like highlight the TV guide like I did, but I would have it all marked up. And then I had to get a special version that would not be touched. Do not ask me where these things are. There's somewhere they got thrown. And that probably was when I went to college. My mother says, Get rid of all this crap or not having it in there. But I tracked this stuff just really intensely to make sure that I knew every little thing that was going on on TV. And those days, you could you could keep a handle on what was going on. The bad thing about television back in the sixties, seventies and eighties was that they often had more episodes than they had year. So if there were 30 episodes of a TV series, a number of them wouldn't get rerun, right? And so then they were just lost to the stars. You did not? Yeah. Somebody put them out in a collection and then you get to see them again. And that was always like, We've got we can't. We've got to be home. We've got to be home because we're not going to get to see this again. It's one time only. It's really a fascinating thing because I look back, I remember one year as a gift to my parents. I think I bought them season one of Leave It to Beaver on DVD and it was like 37 episodes. It was insane. And yeah, yeah. And I even, you know, thinking about, like, what you mentioned with episodes repeating, there were a lot of times in my childhood where something was preempted because maybe there was a State of the Union, you know, like the president, there's a crisis. So the president. Hopson And it and it great to have to break away from a TV show and then trying to figure out like when can I actually watch that again? And it wasn't until, you know, ten years ago even where you stopped having to worry about maybe setting a a VCR to to record something, because now, now, now it's easy. You just throw it on your your your program list and it'll record every episode multiple times for you. You'll never miss it, but that the times have changed. I remember setting one up and it had the the word that in it and everything. They had the word that, you know, it was recorded so quickly. My, my DVR was filled. But yeah, but yeah. And the other thing that would drive you crazy is if the weather was bad and they had to break in and you think, I'm not going to get to see this show, you've got to you've got to not talk. Do not do a weather update. I don't care. I would rather die in a heap of rubble from the tornado that's coming my direction. Then miss an episode of All in the Family, you know? Yeah. So the 1987 88 TV year would have been kind of covering my 12 year old. So looking down the list of like what the most popular shows was, and these are some great shows, The Cosby Show that was a favorite of mine. Cheers growing Pains, Who's the Boss? Did you know Danny Pitaro from Who's the Boss? He's actually from my hometown of New Jersey. Yeah. And he went to a different elementary school than I went to. So I never and then he ended up after he got into Who's the boss, he got pulled out and did tutoring and things like that. So I never met him. But I know kids that when I got into the middle school, like, Oh yeah, I had class with Danny Pitaro in first grade, that kind of things. And he's my age. So, you know, we were we would have been classmates together and also Alyssa milano because she's from Staten Island. And I, I would have to look again because I went to kindergarten on Staten Island and I, I think she may have actually been in the same public school district as I was. I'm not entirely sure. And that she's a couple of years older than me. You were working as a child. You need to have been working as a child. I know we could be. Yeah. Now. But yeah, some of these other shows do. Night Court. I was a huge fan of that. ALF The Wonder Years. These are some family ties near nearing the end. I don't know if I was still watching Family Ties in 87, but that was a favorite of mine a few years before that. But yeah, they had far more comedies back then. Yes, comedies repeated well and comedies were good for syndication, so we saw a lot of them. Now you don't see a lot of them because, you know, is there a repeat value there? I don't know. Yeah, and they probably are very costly in comparison to something else. And you look at some of the comedies that we do have and they seem very repetitive or redundant or, or they're just reboots of shows that might Frasier, Frasier, back again. Here we are. But yeah, and I think, you know, there was a time during one of the strikes where they just repeated old scripts and they took old scripts and then just, you know, change the, the actors and that did not work. Well, it did not. People saw through it and said, you know what? I think I saw this back with Martin Landau and Barbara Bain. So Mission Impossible is not the same. But they you know, they tried that. They were trying everything. And we'll see what happens with this, with this strike and where where it leads us. But the fall season, it's here all season this year. I mean, it's a couple of weeks until actual fall, but college football is back. The NFL's back in TV in some form may not be peak TV like we're used to, but it is back. Indeed. Yeah. It'll be fun to see how how it shapes out. Hey, we could be big game show fans, but games were there. Absolutely. All right. Well, on that note, we will move on from this episode, but we will be back again next week on Streamed & Screened.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Discover how traders leverage chaos events to make massive profits. We live in an age where boom-and-bust cycles may be more acute, and traders are identifying these cycles with colorful names like Black Swann and Dragon King. Scott Patterson joins Andy with his research into this new era of trading. SHOW NOTES: 4:31: Are Black Swann Events Real? 7:20: How Can Traders Incorporate Black Swann Events Into Their Trading? 11:46: How Is Nassim Taleb An Important Investor? 14:50: What Is Dragon King Theory? 20:41: Are Chaos Traders Smart Or Lucky? 27:51: How Do Traders Predict “Down” & Predict “Up?” 32:56: Are Markets Finding More “Catastrophes?”
Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb), the author of “The Black Swan” and “Antifragile," joins episode 83 of The Julia La Roche show alongside veteran Wall Street Journal reporter Scott Patterson (@pattersonscott), author of “Chaos Kings: How Wall Street Traders Make Billions In the New Age of Crisis.” “Chaos Kings,” which features Taleb, recounts the story of Universa Investments, a Miami-based investment firm specializing in risk mitigation, deploying a tail-risk hedging strategy to limit losses from an outsized market event, like a Black Swan. Taleb is the Distinguished Scientific Advisor at Universa. Led by Mark Spitznagel, Universa is among the best-performing investment managers of the last 15 years, reaping massive gains from market crashes. During the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, Universa delivered a stunning 4,000% return during the first quarter when markets sharply sold off. The firm has posted a 15-year average annual return on capital north of 100%. 0:00 Show open 1:00 Chaos Kings story 6:40 A problem with infrequent but large losses 9:45 Precautionary Principle 12:29 Tail risk hedging 15:30 Flaws of modern finance 17:17 Mark Spitznagel learning to “love to lose” 19:00 Fragilities, hidden risks, big picture macro environment 23:43 Addressing misconceptions around Black Swans 25:30 Optionality 30:16 Experience and execution of the strategy 31:49 Black Swans v. Dragon Kings 34:30 Predicting an event is one thing; benefitting is another thing 36:00 Sornette's Dragon Kings 38:50 Universa's 4,000% gain 41:45 Getting to know Nassim Taleb 46:01 Rethinking investing 49:01 New age of crisis 54:40 Parting thoughts
Megan and Wendy review the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "The Beach House" from 2018. This family-drama stars Andie MacDowell, Minka Kelly, and Chad Michael Murrary. This movie drew a 6.5/10 rating from IMDb users and is considered a fan favorite. Girls Gone Hallmark will review Hallmark favorites all summer long! See the calendar below so you can watch along Email the show and let us know which older Hallmark Channel movie you would like Girls Gone Hallmark to review! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Megan and Wendy review Hallmark Channel movies, including fan favorites like "The Beach House" from 2018. Subscribe to Girls Gone Hallmark on your favorite podcast platform to listen to this and so many other Hallmark Channel movie reviews! About "The Beach House" This movie originally aired on April 18, 2018. The story was adapted from a 2002 novel by Mary Alice Monroe. "The Beach House" is the first in a seven book series. Maria Nation is also credited as a writer with 24 writing credits including other book to movie adaptations like Karen Kingsbury's "Maggie's Christmas Miracle" and "Debbie Macomber's Dashing Through the Snow" and most recently Lifetime's "Girl in Room 13" directed by Elizabeth Rohm and starring Anne Heche Andie MacDowell plays Lovie and has 84 acting credits. Most recently she starred as Del in "The Way Home." Other famous roles include "Four Weddings and a Funeral" and "Groundhog Day." She also had a starring role on the 2013 - 2015 Hallmark series "Cedar Cove." Related: Listen to our review of "The Way Home" episode 1 Minka Kelly plays daughter Cara and has 46 acting credits, most recently 4 episodes of "Euphoria." She's perhaps most well known for her role as Lyla Garrity on "Friday Night Lights." She also had recurring roles on the series "Parenthood" and "Titans." Chad Michael Murray plays Brett. Chad has been in hits "Gilmore Girls," "Dawson's Creek" and "One Tree Hill." He made the move to GAC in 2021. Currently starring on CTV's Sullivan's crossing, featuring "Gilmore Girls" co-star Scott Patterson. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode who has 36 directing credits, although this was toward the end of his career. Also directed "Turner and Hooch," "And the Band Played On," and "Tomorrow Never Dies." Filmed on Tybee Island - south of Savannah Georgia
My guest today is Scott Patterson, an author and a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal, where has written about hedge funds, high-speed trading, Warren Buffett, the global mining industry, the Jan. 6, 2021 investigation, and climate change. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone and Mother Earth News. The topic is his book Chaos Kings: How Wall Street Traders Make Billions in the New Age of Crisis. In this episode of Trend Following Radio we discuss: Unforeseeable outcomes; the risk of Covid Mark Spitznagel systematic strategy Mark Spitznagel and and Nassim Taleb; extreme volatility and market chaos Bill Ackman discretionary trading Jump in! --- I'm MICHAEL COVEL, the host of TREND FOLLOWING RADIO, and I'm proud to have delivered 10+ million podcast listens since 2012. Investments, economics, psychology, politics, decision-making, human behavior, entrepreneurship and trend following are all passionately explored and debated on my show. To start? I'd like to give you a great piece of advice you can use in your life and trading journey… cut your losses! You will find much more about that philosophy here: https://www.trendfollowing.com/trend/ You can watch a free video here: https://www.trendfollowing.com/video/ Can't get enough of this episode? You can choose from my thousand plus episodes here: https://www.trendfollowing.com/podcast My social media platforms: Twitter: @covel Facebook: @trendfollowing LinkedIn: @covel Instagram: @mikecovel Hope you enjoy my never-ending podcast conversation!
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On this special episode of Live from The Compound, Scott Patterson, Financial Journalist and Wall Street Journal Reporter, joins Michael Batnick and Josh Brown to discuss Scott's new book, Chaos Kings: How Wall Street Traders Make Billions in the New Age of Crisis.Scott is a financial journalist, bestselling author, and Reporter for The Wall Street Journal. He has written two books about advanced computerized trading: Dark Pools and The Quants.Check out the latest in financial blogger fashion at The Compound shop: https://www.idontshop.comInvesting involves the risk of loss. This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be or regarded as personalized investment advice or relied upon for investment decisions. Michael Batnick and Josh Brown are employees of Ritholtz Wealth Management and may maintain positions in the securities discussed in this video. All opinions expressed by them are solely their own opinion and do not reflect the opinion of Ritholtz Wealth Management.Wealthcast Media, an affiliate of Ritholtz Wealth Management, receives payment from various entities for advertisements in affiliated podcasts, blogs and emails. Inclusion of such advertisements does not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation thereof, or any affiliation therewith, by the Content Creator or by Ritholtz Wealth Management or any of its employees. For additional advertisement disclaimers see here https://ritholtzwealth.com/advertising-disclaimers. Investments in securities involve the risk of loss. Any mention of a particular security and related performance data is not a recommendation to buy or sell that security. The information provided on this website (including any information that may be accessed through this website) is not directed at any investor or category of investors and is provided solely as general information.Obviously nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. See our disclosures here:https://ritholtzwealth.com/podcast-youtube-disclosures/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join us as we delve into the captivating world of Wall Street's most unexpected profits. In this episode, we interview Scott Patterson, acclaimed Wall Street Journal reporter and author of the fascinating book, Chaos Kings: How Traders Make Billions in the New Age of Crisis.Drawing upon his extensive research and insider knowledge, Scott reveals the secrets of how traders manage to transform unprecedented events, such as the 'Black Swan' and 'Dragon King' phenomena into extraordinary profit-making opportunities.One faction, led by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, bestselling author of The Black Swan, believes humans can never see the big disaster coming. In their view, while inevitable, extreme events—so-called Black Swans—will always catch us by surprise. In 2007, Taleb's longtime collaborator, Mark Spitznagel, launched the Universa hedge fund, which would make billions protecting investors against unforeseen chaos in the market.A second faction, which relies on complex formulas, believes looming chaos can be detected. Chief among these risk prognosticators is Didier Sornette, a colorful French mathematician who enjoys riding his motorcycle at speeds over 170 miles per hour. When Sornette looks out from what he calls his Financial Crisis Observatory in Zurich, Switzerland, what he sees are "Dragon Kings"—punishing events that are unlikely to occur but have probabilities that can be predicted…and defended against.Patterson reveals the intricate strategies employed by these traders, who possess an uncanny ability to navigate and capitalize on market upheavals. From analyzing the impact of unforeseen events to the psychology of risk-taking, he and James shed light on the inner workings of betting on high-stakes world events.Throughout the interview, we explore the thrilling stories and characters that make up the fabric of Wall Street's most profitable moments. Scott Patterson's journalistic expertise and intimate understanding of the financial landscape give listeners a unique perspective on the elusive world of traders who have mastered the art of profiting from chaos.-----------What to write and publish a book in 30 days? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/writing to join James' writing intensive!What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book Skip the Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
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Recorded live at the Royal Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada, 10.27.22 On this week's episode, it's the gang's raucous live show from their Canadian debut where they talked a blue streak all about the abysmal horror sequel, Saw IV! Is John Kramer the single person keeping the mini tape recorder business going? Why did they cast so many dull, brown-haired dudes to play all these faceless, monosyllabically-named characters? And did Tobin Bell swipe his autopsy puppet from the prop department? PLUS: A live version of the VHS Trailer Game! Saw IV stars Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Scott Patterson, Betsy Russell, Lyriq Bent, Louis Ferreira, Donnie Wahlberg, and Angus Macfadyen as Jeff; directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. Looking for more WHM-related content? Check out the hours and hours of exclusive bonus content on our Patreon! Check out the WHM Merch Store featuring new KONG, DILF Den, Grab-Ass & Cancer & SW Crispy Critters designs! Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fmUnlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Spring is almost here and it's time to get your house ready for Spring. Sure it's time for spring cleaning, but it also the time to refresh your decor. We're sharing what our favorite spring things to do to our homes and some specific products. Kelly loves these items Chintz napkins [HERE](https://www.aprilcornell.com/product/Cottage-Rose-Napkin-Set-of-4-NPCOR20-Ecru/napkins-napkin-rings?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=&gclid=Cj0KCQiAqNPyBRCjARIsAKA-WFy7x9fiw8EOhFs-wvWyGtKNYs6coYGFmurqY40kwcS2ZVGPlieIoe0aAhbtEALw_wcB) Green linen table runner [HERE](https://www.linenme.com/us/table-linen/linen-runners/runner-spa-green-linen-rustic) Nest [HERE](https://www.worldmarket.com/product/mossy+vine+nest+with+speckled+eggs+set+of+2.do?&mrkgcl=660&mrkgadid=3091750454&camp=ppc%3AGoogle%3APLA%2BShopping_LIA%7CDec_Acc%2BDec_Acc&product_id=585158&adpos=&creative=147282789489&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&lid=92700046655352664&ds_s_kwgid=58700005275310647&ds_e_product_group_id=96167018459&ds_e_product_store_id=CP53&ds_e_ad_type=pla&ds_s_inventory_feed_id=97700000007265821&gclid=Cj0KCQiAqNPyBRCjARIsAKA-WFxi4aAUOLrSsJnXvsujTrsWvbjUEAS2l88_b399ynOTx9ZiIBei3n8aAv1mEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds) We participate in the affiliate program with Amazon and other retailers. We may receive a small fee for qualified purchases at no extra cost to you. White garden stool [HERE](https://amzn.to/2PnBQA8) Vintage gardening books [HERE](https://www.etsy.com/listing/677061920/vintage-set-of-4-garden-gardening-flower?gpla=1&gao=1&&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=shopping_us_a-books_movies_and_music-books-guides_and_how_tos-other&utm_custom1=fa0b7dce-54de-41fa-a684-d4bfc1024a28&utm_content=go_1843970629_75209190132_346397762113_aud-459688891635:pla-317444424948_c__677061920&gclid=Cj0KCQiAqNPyBRCjARIsAKA-WFxVviSzvtMODyb5BFmG2FTlsdFjyiiidm5KTLioZYQY0p95pHVwiTwaAjRDEALw_wcB) DTT defines block front. You can see what they look like [HERE](https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/commodes-chests-drawers/chippendale-pine-goddard-block-front-bachelors-chest-drawer-dresser-colonial/id-f_22397372/) Anita is crushing on the Gilmore Girls podcast by Scott Patterson (who played Luke). The podcast is called - I am All in. You can find it [HERE](https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-i-am-all-in-with-scott-pa-81509112/) Kelly's crush are the raffia Coco sandels from Bulibasha. See them and the otehr sustainable styles [HERE](https://bulibasha.com/). Need help with your home? We'd love to help! We do personalized consults, and we'll offer advice specific to your room that typically includes room layout ideas, suggestions for what the room needs, and how to pull the room together. We'll also help you to decide what isn't working for you. We work with any budget, large or small. Find out more [HERE](https://www.decoratingtipsandtricks.com/consult) Hang out with us between episodes at our blogs, IG and Kelly's YouTube channels. Links are below to all those places to catch up on the other 6 days of the week! Kelly's IG [HERE](https://www.instagram.com/mysoulfulhome/) Kelly's Youtube [HERE](https://www.youtube.com/mysoulfulhome) Kelly's blog [HERE](https://www.mysoulfulhome.com/) Anita's IG [HERE](https://www.instagram.com/cedarhillfarmhouse/) Anita's blog [HERE](https://cedarhillfarmhouse.com/) Are you subscribed to the podcast? Don't need to search for us each Wednesday let us come right to your door ...er...device. Subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. Just hit the SUBSCRIBE button & we'll show up! If you have a moment we would so appreciate it if you left a review for DTT on iTunes. Just go [HERE](https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/decorating-tips-and-tricks/id1199677372?ls=1&mt=2) and click listen in apple podcasts. XX, Anita & Kelly DI-17:52 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on The Social Podcast - from Gilmore Girls and Sullivan's Crossing, actor Scott Patterson joins us in a parenting food fight! How judging what other people feed their kids has become a blood sport. And, one man wants to know if it's a relationship red flag that his girlfriend plans to buy her own house. Then, does a career change need to be a sudden epiphany or can it be a slow burn? Plus, how actors deal with coffee breath! And, real life stories of paranormal experiences! Then, we share our fist kiss stories. And, the host of the podcast “Humans of the House,” and two former MPs unpack the harsh realities of working on Parliament Hill.
P.M. Edition for Dec. 23. The House panel investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol released its final report this week after an 18-month investigation. Investigative reporter Scott Patterson joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss the key takeaways and what comes next. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Joe is joined by Scott Patterson, a Marine Corps veteran and the founder of Tumble. Scott served for 11 years in the Infantry before transitioning into the civilian sector. While staying with a friend in San Francisco, he became frustrated with the outdated and unreliable laundry set up in the apartment building and at his local laundromat. Scott shares with Joe how he entered the laundry industry and how Tumble is now in hundreds of buildings across multiple states. Check out Tumble here. About Our Guest Scott Patterson founded Tumble in 2019 with a mission to modernize the laundry experience. After serving 11 years in the United States Marine Corps, Patterson was trained to be diligent about his laundry. Upon leaving the marines, Patterson moved into a friend's apartment in San Francisco where he was shocked to see dirty laundry rooms with broken machines, stolen clothes and unreliable customer service. Coalescing his extensive military training with his passion for technology as a means to improve quality of life, Tumble was born with the goal of modernizing this highly-desired amenity. Tumble first launched in San Francisco in 2021 and has since scaled across California, with plans to be in 200 cities and 25 major metros by June 2023. Patterson's experience assembling highly-specialized teams has proven successful as he continues to identify and partner with experts in the field. As the organization's leader, his focus remains on product innovation, talent acquisition, partnership development and expansion efforts as the team continues to grow. Prior to starting Tumble, Patterson was an innovation designer at Accenture, in San Francisco, where he honed his skills across research and development, design and emerging technology. During his time in the United States Marine Corps, Patterson served first as unit infantry leader, where he acted as a senior enlisted advisor to the platoon commander and maintained accountability of all personnel. While at that post, he was awarded two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for superior performance. He later served as Operation Chief, where he consulted with the Commanding Officer, Executive Officer, First Sergeant and Company Gunnery Sergeant and coordinated all company operations for 160 Marines with higher levels of leadership at the battalion level. Join the conversation on Facebook! Check out Veteran on the Move on Facebook to connect with our guests and other listeners. A place where you can network with other like-minded veterans who are transitioning to entrepreneurship and get updates on people, programs and resources to help you in YOUR transition to entrepreneurship. About Our Sponsors Navy Federal Credit Union Veterans Day comes every year, but companies rarely thank veterans in a way that's meaningful and Veterans definitely deserve to be thanked in a meaningful way. At Navy Federal Credit Union, every day is Veterans Day. As a Navy Federal member for over 32 years I can tell you that they get the military. They offer resources like the VA Loans Hub” and “Best Cities After Service.” They offer veteran employment assistance partnerships with nonproﬁts like The Mission Continues. They're a top VA Home Loan lender, offer personal ﬁnance counseling, and offer 24/7 member service. They have a growing community of over 1.8 million veterans like you. Learn more at navyfederal.org/veterans At Navy Federal, our members are the mission. Want to be our next guest? Send us an email at email@example.com. Did you love this episode? Leave us a 5-star rating and review! Download Joe Crane's Top 7 Paths to Freedom or get it on your mobile device. Text VETERAN to 38470. Veteran On the Move podcast has published over 455 episodes. Our listeners have the opportunity to hear in-depth interviews conducted by host Joe Crane. The podcast features people, programs,
On today's episode, Scott talks with Anthony Gantt, CEO and Founder of atease. They discuss the issues that arise when moving within a PCS, the journey of founding atease, and a look at the future of PCS moving and solutions being crafted right now. Atease solves travel challenges by building a better way to book and stay for federal and military personnel and families. Find more about At Ease: https://www.pcsatease.com/“Military Families' Housing Benefits Lag as Rents Explode” Article: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-08-20/military-families-housing-benefits-lag-as-rents-explode-l7251107I'm your host Scott Patterson and Marine Corps Veteran, and the Founder of Tumble -Smart Laundry, on a mission to increase the NOI through your shared laundry experience.Thanks for listening to the show, if you want to connect with us, find us on Linkedin or Twitter, @AmenitizeorDie.
On today's episode, Scott talks with Brian Briscoe, Director at Tribe of Titans. They discuss transitioning out of theMarines and into leading a community around property investing, the hurdles that appear whenscaling, and how to find the right balance of amenities for your residents.Find more about Tribe of Titans at: https://www.thetribeoftitans.info/I'm your host Scott Patterson and Marine Corps Veteran, and the Founder of Tumble -Smart Laundry, on a mission to increase the NOI through your shared laundry experience.Thanks for listening to the show, if you want to connect with us, find us on LinkedIn or Twitter, @AmenitizeorDie.
This week, we met in person, so we wanted to share with y'all how that's changed things. We only have one voicemail this week mentioning an article written about Scott Patterson who opened up on his podcast about a disturbing experience he had while filming the series, but the caller thinks their podcast overlooked one in the narrative** in the same episode. **we do not discuss anything that occurred in Keg! Max! in Kyle's bedroom between Jess and Rory, but speak around it. The topic comes up around 14:48 until the end. If you have more for us to consider, leave us a voicemail: 860-578-4653
Orienteering is the sport of using a map and compass to navigate the outdoors. The Arctic Orienteering Club in Anchorage organizes orienteering races and events during the summer months that are open to everyone, competitors, or those just out to learn new trails and open spaces. This Outdoor Explorer introduces the sport, discusses how new technology and mapping are influencing orienteering, and we learn from Olympic nordic skier Scott Patterson what it's like to be a beginner. Also on the show are Jen Jolliff, author of Fogunner, and Mike Robinson, Arctic Orienteering Club board president.LINKS:Arctic Orienteering ClubScott Patterson's bioFogrunner by Jen Jolliff]]>
Orienteering is the sport of using a map and compass to navigate the outdoors. The Arctic Orienteering Club in Anchorage organizes orienteering races and events during the summer months that are open to everyone, competitors, or those just out to learn new trails and open spaces. This Outdoor Explorer introduces the sport, discusses how new technology and mapping are influencing orienteering, and we learn from Olympic nordic skier Scott Patterson what it's like to be a beginner. Also on the show are Jen Jolliff, author of Fogunner, and Mike Robinson, Arctic Orienteering Club board president.LINKS:Arctic Orienteering ClubScott Patterson's bioFogrunner by Jen Jolliff]]>
Nick and Katie recap a busy weekend with ArtStreet, World Women Para Ice Hockey Challenge and more. They also share plans for Labor day weekend and reminisce about summer highlights. We look forward to the fall season as we share some excitement for the season. Nick is joined by Linda Steber from the Astor Historical House, Green Bay's oldest Bed and Breakfast! Linda shares how she and her husband completely upended their career to take on their passion of running a bed and breakfast. She also talks about how they persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic. And, in a bit of a left turn we learn how Scott Patterson of “Gilmore Girls” became a fan of the Astor House and how they partnered to offer "Scotty P's Big Mug Coffee and Biscottis!" Nick and Katie then look forward to the upcoming holiday weekend and share a bit of housekeeping news.
PCP has everything you need to know this week in pop culture and celebrity headlines! Jordan, Stacy and Nate are diving into Britney Spears (her new Elton John song and her scathing conservatorship drop on YouTube), the alarming state of Wendy Williams (how she doin'?) and Scott Patterson's harassment claims about Gilmore Girls. PLUS we have all the dramatic details from Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin's messy divorce. This episode is dedicated to the late Nat from Beverly Hills, 90210- Rest in Peach Pit!
Free Trial! Join the Private Money Academy: https://www.JayConner.com/trial/ Private Money Academy Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Report: https://www.jayconner.com/MoneyReport Joe Myers loves to share his knowledge on investing that he’s learned over the last 12 years. He teaches several classes including how to do the bad title deals in NC and a dinner event where he teaches individuals with investment capital or retirement funds how to get a good rate of return safely and securely. Joe is from Charlotte, NC and he specializes in buying properties with bad titles - whether properties owned by heirs that don't know what to do with them or properties with liens and judgments where the owner doesn't think they can sell the property at all. He works in a lot of communities with abandoned properties like these that no one - neither the owner, the heirs, or the towns or counties - knows what to do with (The County's typical response is to foreclose on the property for unpaid property taxes and the owner ends up losing the house for nothing.) At the same time, these communities are facing housing shortages - for both owner occupants and rentals. This is where Joe steps in - along with his team - he buys the houses with bad titles which help the owners and heirs get money for a property they didn't think they could sell; he knows how to fix the title issues with his legal team. Once he has a clear title he borrows money from his private lenders to fund the deal to either resell to owner-occupants who purchase and fix up the properties to live in, his team fixes them up to sell them retail, or he keeps it to rent by the room in partnership with a local nonprofit providing housing for homeless individuals. All these exit strategies provide housing and improve the community in general. There's a reason why his email is Joe@CommunityRenew.com Even though he lives in Charlotte, he works these types of deals all over North Carolina. Joe has spoken on Uncle Karl & Friends Mastermind & Podcast, Jay Conner’s Private Money Academy, The Metrolina REIA’s SonRisers weekly meeting, Scott Patterson’s Real Estate Investing Trenches, and now on Jay Conner’s podcast. Timestamps: 0:01 - Get Ready To Be Plugged Into The Money 0:09 - Today’s guest: Joe Myers 2:41 - What Is A Private Lender? 3:38 - What Does Joe Myers’ Business Look Like Before Private Money 5:35 - Why You Should Do Your RE Deals With Private Money 7:29 - Private Money vs. Hard Money 12:23 - How Private Money Will Change Your Business 14:00 - Everybody Has Money Problems 14:38 - Where Can You Find Private Lenders 15:34 - Why I Stopped Doing Investor Open-House 21:17 - How To Encourage Your General Contractor 22:18 - The Rehab House Party 29:53 - Joe Myers’ Lowest Point On His RE Business 32:15 - Joe Myers’ Biggest Lesson Learned 33:44 - Jay’s Free Private Money Guide: https://www.JayConner.com/MoneyGuide 34:53 - Preliminary Title Search 48:25 - Connect with Joe Myers: Joe@CommunityRenew.com 49:27 - Joe Myers’ One Piece of Advice: There Is No Sense In Reinventing The Wheel. Do What Others Have Done To Be Successful. Youtube Video Link: https://youtu.be/EcmeBm1uStQ Have you read Jay’s new book: Where to Get The Money Now? It is available FREE (all you pay is the shipping and handling) at https://www.JayConner.com/Book Real Estate Cashflow Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Webinar: http://bit.ly/jaymoneypodcast Jay Conner is a proven real estate investment leader. Without using his own money or credit, Jay maximizes creative methods to buy and sell properties with profits averaging $64,000 per deal. What is Real Estate Investing? Live Cashflow Conference https://youtu.be/QyeBbDOF4wo The Conner Marketing Group Inc.P.O. Box 1276, Morehead City, NC USA 28557 P 252-808-2927F 252-240-2504 Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfl6O7pRhyX5R-rRuSnK6w https://www.youtube.com/c/RealEstateInvestingWithJayConner RSS Feed http://realestateinvestingdeals.mypodcastworld.com/rss2.xml Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ihrzsai7jo7awj2e7nhhwfsv47y iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/real-estate-investing-minus-bank-flipping-houses-foreclosure/id1377723034 Watch on ROKU: Roku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvestingRoku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvesting Watch on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/How-Locate-Real-Estate-Deals/dp/B07M9WNZR6/ref=sr_1_3
This episode is a long time coming, an in-depth look at one of our favourite shows, the aesthetically cozy 'Gilmore Girls!'Cousin Mary is back as guest-host as we debate and revisit key elements throughout the series, exploring both the original run and four part 'A Year in the Life' revival on Netflix, the devoted fandom, and of course behind the scenes gossip; including potential cast drama and the much discussed exit of showrunner's Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino.Along the way we explore the love interests (a game of F, marry, kill for Dean/Jess/Logan was inevitable), talk problematic aspects of the show, the rumoured rift between Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson, and whether we'll get more episodes. And heads up, there is a special giveaway we announce!For a more dynamic experience, follow us on Instagram @haveyouheardpodcast. So many of our episodes, including this one, are shaped through discussions with listeners, which you can revisit through our IG highlights. We also post cool articles, tv/film recommendations, and generally love to break down notable cultural moments.Support the pod by sharing and subscribing wherever you get your podcasts. Please consider rating 5 stars and writing a review on Apple or Spotify, it goes a long way and is much appreciated! xo MahsaHelpful references and links / pop culture homework:Talking As Fast As I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls and Everything in Between (Lauren Graham)Gilmore Girls Has Never Been a Pro Choice Show (Cosmopolitan, Emma Dibdin)