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Trends Journal Editor Gerald Celente & Comedic Legend Pat Cooper

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Gerald Celente, The Publisher of the Trends Journal (www.trendsjournal.com)
Forecasting trends since 1980, Mr. Celente, the Publisher of the Trends Journal (www.trendsjournal.com), Founder/Director of the Trends Research Institute, and author of the highly acclaimed and bestselling books, Trend Tracking and Trends 2000 (Warner Books) as well as What Zizi Gave Honeyboy. Gerald Celente and The Trends Research Institute have earned the reputation as “today’s must trusted name in trends” for their accurate and timely predictions.
Gerald Celente and the Institute have had also forecast many real estate trends, including the big move to vacation spots and small towns, the growth in the second home market, a real estate "fizz" in 2005 ... plus hundreds of other social, business, fashion, consumer and entertainment trends.  All these forecasts and more can be found on our website: www.trendsresearch.com.

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Pat Cooper is an American actor and comedian. Cooper is primarily known for his stand-up routines, where he often makes reference to his Italian heritage. His mom was born in Naples Campania and his father was from Mola di Bari, Foggia Italy. He was also a frequent guest on many radio shows, most notably The Howard Stern Show (first appeared June 27, 1989) through the 1990s and 2000s.

Cooper commented on the subject of comedy and comedians in the 2004 TV series Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time and in the 2005 film The Aristocrats.

On October 18, 2013, Pat announced his retirement from stand up comedy on the Opie and Anthony show on Sirius XM radio. Pat stated that he would still accept jobs for roles in television and film.

 

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