Jim Paul's meteoric rise took him from a small town in Northern Kentucky to governor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, yet he lost it all - his fortune, his reputation, and his job - in one fatal attack of excessive economic hubris. In this honest, frank analysis, Paul and Brendan Moynihan revisit the events that led to Paul's disastrous decision and examine the psychological factors behind bad financial practices in several economic sectors.
In this Q&A session, narrator Jim Dale and Paul Schwendener, co-producer of The Shoe Bird, talk about what makes this story so special, and why Jim says The Shoe Bird "is one of the best audiobooks I�ve ever made".
"Jim Dale - A great entertainer"
Tiffany Haddish thinks she's too hot for comedy, and she explains how to please a man. She tells Dom about the L.A. riots and how she eats for free. Then, Jim Jeffries says "g'day" before letting loose with rapid-fire absurdity. He informs Dom that he's been punched by a heckler. Finally, Paul Ogata tells of Hawaiian delicacies, Hong Kong hygiene, and failures in facial hair. He gets nostalgic about the late Don Ho with Dom.
Tears, vows and memories marked emotionally charged ceremonies Sunday at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon and a rural field in western Pennsylvania on the 15th anniversary of the most deadly terror attack in U.S. history.