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"chenault" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"I really love all these topics. I feel like we could easily keep going on this for another hour. But we do have other things to talk about here. So I would like to welcome up before I go to Josh, you know, Shelley, did you want to chime in with something? I did. Just something that you had said, and I didn't hear this interview that you guys are talking about, but you said that one of the gentlemen said that the people want mortgages. And when I heard you say that, I just thought it was really funny. I first started in the mortgage industry in 2006. Didn't stay long. Obviously, we all know what happened in 2008. I got kicked out of there. That wasn't a choice. Moved on. I was just on the auto lending, but just been in finance for a while. And I would argue that people don't want mortgages. I think they don't want that death pledge. People ended up taking on mortgages as a necessity over time. You know, the cost of housing and affordability. People love paying cash. Now, of course, savvy investors understand leverage and they want the mortgages. But the majority of people aren't savvy. The majority of people just want to raise their families and have a nice life. And their goals are to pay off those mortgages. And that's why they get into the cycle where they pay down, pay extra, send extra money, their own money to the bank. Then five years later, there's an emergency. They don't have enough reserves. So they call that same bank, take back their own money and pay them interest for it. All the while, they lost all the opportunity while it was sitting there in the home. So I just think that's interesting that he said that. I think most people's goal is to get rid of the mortgage, not have one. Yeah, agreed. And if I could channel my inner George Hammond, I think what he would say is that some people might be faced with the decision of you get a lower interest rate if you borrow the fiat currency than if you borrow the sound money fixed supply Bitcoin. And therefore, people are going to choose to borrow the fiat currency because it can be fractional and reserved and all that stuff. That might be true to an extent, but it gets into what I was saying before, which is if it depends if you're talking like, will the US dollar continue to be fractional and reserved and maybe you can borrow it for cheaper than you can borrow Bitcoin? Like, sure, that's fine. And this gets into that, this discrepancy of like, are we talking about the hypothetical Bitcoin standard world in the future or are we talking about the current system? Are we talking about where they exist alongside each other? And, you know, to give Peter McCormick the benefit of the doubt here, it's like it is kind of hard to keep these different scenarios in mind, like which scenario are we talking about? So I think that's what George would say. He would say people, when they're presented with the option to borrow for cheaper than they will. But I think if we're talking about the hypothetical Bitcoin standard world, Bitcoin is the only form of money. Just because people want to borrow for cheaper doesn't mean that a lender can create fractional reserve Bitcoin, because that fractional reserve Bitcoin IOU tokens would have to be accepted wisely throughout the economy. And that's what I think Bitcoin flips on its head, because it's no longer a quasi government banking cartel where they basically kind of force you to accept their token, plus the fact that the base money used to be gold and gold is a gigantic pain in the ass to actually move around. Those two things, I think, change everything about the monetary system. And we could just dive into how those things are different. They could have had a conversation just about that for two hours, in my opinion. So, yeah, anyway, I love these topics and we could keep going. We probably will on future Cafe Bitcoin episodes. But for now, we want to do a quick shout out for the pleb party, which Jon Chenault will do, because, as everyone knows, Pacific Bitcoin is coming up next week. So, Jon Chenault, welcome up. We'd love to hear you tell everyone what's going on at the pleb party. And then after that, we are going to have someone from Perennial Pastures who is going to be selling beef at Pacific Bitcoin. They're going to be accepting Bitcoin for that. So, we're going to chat a little bit about Pacific Bitcoin here. And then after all that, we will probably get back into macro topics with the usual Swan Private Macro Friday. So, that's kind of a roadmap for the rest of the show here. So, Jon Chenault, tell us about the pleb party. What should we be excited for, man? What's up, you guys? As always, love listening to all the conversation that you guys are having. I didn't really catch the George Gammon conversation, but I've heard George Gammon conversations before about Bitcoin, and I agree with a lot, obviously, of what you guys were saying.
"chenault" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Yeah, great stuff, Jim. Love what you covered there. And there's there's a lot we could dig into there. I mean, just the question alone of the first question that I laid out in three of would there be fractional reserve on Bitcoin? I mean, that alone could be an hour debate with people even longer. I'm obviously in your camp, Jim, that that is very difficult to accomplish on a true Bitcoin standard because George said this multiple times. It's like, oh, well, people want mortgages, people want yield. And my pushback would be that is not sufficient enough to then say that, oh, because of that, then there's going to be this massive fractional reserve type system. Just because people want it doesn't mean that those tokens and I'll just kind of say this quickly because we do need to move on to some other topics. When you're fractional reserving, you're now creating a token on top of the base money that by definition, that's what fractional reserving is. So that token has to be accepted by people just because someone wants to borrow and someone's willing to create a token to allow them to borrow more. That token has to be accepted by other people. Otherwise, it doesn't even come into existence. And obviously what happened in 2022 to these crypto platforms, Celsius, BlockFi, whatever, that should be a good indication of what happens when people can just say, no, I don't want the Celsius IOU Bitcoin, I want the real Bitcoin. And all of that unravels so quickly. Will it exist? Will it happen? Because there's always somebody out there who wants and says, yeah, I believe Celsius is going to pay me nine percent yield, whatever. Sure, it's going to exist somewhat, but it's not going to become this widespread thing like it is today where it is the normal part of the system. It's everywhere. I just don't see that part happening. And final comment before we move on to Jon Chenault to talk about the Pled Party and Pacific Bitcoin, Jim, when you were going through the parallel systems and others mentioned the same thing, I almost see it as how we've all probably heard some emerging markets are structured with their currencies, whether it's Argentina, whether it's Lebanon, whether it's Venezuela, they have multiple currencies going on at the same time and the government currency exists. It might have a really strong network effect. They might force you to pay your taxes in it. They might, you know, it might have less friction because of that network effect because it's been around the longest. So it continues existing. It's not like it goes poof, you know, they really need to mess up for the government currency to go poof. And that's why I don't think it's going to, especially in the US, I think it's going to exist for a long time. But people are gradually going to decide and say, OK, even if they make it harder for me to use my Bitcoin, even if the US dollar has a network effect, even if, you know, transaction fees are cheaper. And Gammon has a point here. He says that the government can make transaction fees cheaper on a CBDC than on chain Bitcoin will be like, of course, I think that's true. But even though all of that's true, that does like there's still massive benefits for and reasons why people would want to hold Bitcoin, especially in a world where the currency debasement and the perpetual debt is going to increase. And that's what I think the world is that we're going into. People are going to gradually wake up and say it doesn't make sense for me to hold all of my assets denominated in this US dollar fiat currency. So that's what I think we're going to see play out. But it's going to be parallel systems and it's going to take some time.
"chenault" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"For sure. The thing you said about like making connections in person, I think a lot of people underestimate how important that is. And I've heard numbers of people tell me that, you know, maybe they were a little bit on the fence. They were trying to figure out what Bitcoin was and they were maybe a little on the fence. And many people have said, well, I didn't know whether I should go because I don't know anybody in Bitcoin. And people should think about bringing friends and family, right? Like, don't just come on your own. Bring like pick at least one or two friends or family members and bring them along. This is actually the opportunity to get them just take it seriously. Right. They might have if you've got a friend or a family member who's kind of like so so maybe maybe not just like drag them along. And I'm sure they'll once they've actually met some real Bitcoiners and, you know, they'll have a great time. But yeah, I've actually got to run guys. I've got a podcast to run straight into next. Not for my show, for another show. But yeah, thank you so much for having me, Alex and the team. Great to chat with you all and hope to see you at Pacific Bitcoin. Likewise. Thanks for being here for Stefan. Ladies and gentlemen, Stefan Lavera, one of the most notable podcasters, I think that's my opinion, in the entire ecosystem. You can check out his podcast and highly recommend that you do. So we're pretty much done. Does anybody want to make any closing comments? John, did you have anything you wanted to add here before we wrap? Yeah, just real quick. I just wanted to give a shout out. Thank you so much, Stefan. Looking forward to seeing all of you guys in a couple weeks. Pacific Bitcoin is coming up and I'm super stoked to have you guys coming into town. We still have some tickets available for the party and everything, some of the side events. So be sure to get your tickets and get all set up. Let me know if you're going to be in town. We do also have a couple spaces left for volunteers last minute. Any of you guys are local and want to join, but just can't quite make it hit the budget this year. So open ears, DMs are open. So let me know if I can help. By the way, for those of you who don't know, John Chenault manages the volunteer force for Pacific Bitcoin. And the volunteers, by the way, is one of the only reasons we can actually do it because it is a massive, massive undertaking. Swan is not a conference company. So we're just trying to do something for Bitcoiners. And like Stefan was saying, like last year, it was just a very intimate experience. You could be walking around outside of the main conference or by the food trucks and there's Michael Saylor and he's got like 12 people standing around him. They're just talking about stuff. And it's a pretty fantastic vibe. You know, FTX was in the midst of blowing up. I don't know if you guys remember, but FTX was going down. And everybody who was at the conference, like nobody was like either even bothering with Twitter. We had no idea what Bitcoin Twitter was melting down about that week. We didn't care because everybody was just having such a great time. And I've had so many people tell me that it was the thing, you know, like they were trying to figure out what is this Bitcoin thing? Should I do it? Should I not do it? And the conviction level that you get after spending time around when you meet Bitcoiners, you talk to them for a little while. You're like, oh, my gosh, these people are actually really, really smart. And it will help you if you're on the fence. And if you want to make new friends, it's one of the best ways to do it.All right. Well, that's pretty much it. We are out of time. That's the end of the show. You have been listening to Cafe Bitcoin tomorrow. We have Eric Kaysen coming on. Looking forward to that. Bitcoin Veterans is recording at 7 p.m. Eastern Wednesday night. I personally will be at the plug party for Pacific Bitcoin. So if you are a Cafe Bitcoiner and you want to hook up, that's what we're that's where we're hooking up. Look forward to seeing you there. Yeah, that's it. You've been listening to Cafe Bitcoin, the place for your morning news, preferred hang out for some of the smartest minds in the industry. Also, a podcast on Fountains, Spotify and Apple. Thanks to Swan Bitcoin, the sponsor of the show, my crew, and Peter Sats for Life, Wicked Dambe, Producer Jacob. I appreciate you guys very much. I'm your host, Alex Danzig. Work with Swan, Chip Media, and if you want to know more, thanks again to the speakers who come on here every day, teaching people about this bright orange future, what we call getting on the mission. Love you guys. Have a great day today. Bye.
"chenault" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Full and timely participation of all official bilateral creditors on pending debt restructuring cases. Yellen speaking at a news conference in India ahead of a G20 finance ministers meeting in Gujarat. And we'll be talking to the Treasury Secretary live here on Bloomberg Radio Monday morning Wall Street time. Of course you can also catch our interview with Janet Yellen on the Bloomberg Surveillance podcast. Meantime US climate envoy John Kerry is in Beijing today. He's pushing for a collaboration with China on fighting global warming. Bank stocks also in focus in the coming week. Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley Bank of America among those reporting Citigroup and Wells Fargo shares fell Friday after reporting results and JP Morgan Chase revenue soared to a record in the second quarter. Those shares gained. Kenley uncovers Thanks banks for a CFRA. He calls JP Morgan a standout. You know when you say who is firing on all cylinders. It's JP Morgan Chase. It's just incredible. And it's really was spearheaded with the investor day a few months ago showing the depth of their management their strategic plans and ability their to drive higher return on equity and return of capital. It's just been incredible. And you can hear more of Leon's great insight on our Bloomberg Businessweek podcast. Labor deal in the air for United Airlines pilots. United and the pilots union reached a deal in principle on a new labor agreement worth 10 billion dollars including pay raises of 40 % cumulatively over the life of the four -year contract. And a Wealthy wealthy Eastside New York enclave is ramping up the fight against what residents call ugly 5G towers. hours. We get more on what's happening next in an historic area. The neighborhood stretches from Fifth Avenue's museum mile along Central Park into tranquil tree -lined locks. It's known for its stately vibe and is home to luminaries such as JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and private equity titan Ken Chenault. The structures are about 32 feet high and Joanna Cauley, executive director of Carnegie Hill Neighbors, calls them awful, ugly and brutalist. The neighborhood has hired a PR firm to keep the towers out, other and neighborhoods are opposed to the curbside 5G towers as well. The city sees the towers as key to expanding fast Wi -Fi and cell access. Thank you Larry. And Global News 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini, This is Bloomberg Welcome to Bloomberg Opinion, I'm Amy Morris. This has so far been a scorching hot summer throughout much of the world. That's got everyone packing a bag for a quick getaway. We'll talk to analysts who enjoy it while you can. And if sports is your thing, a new cricket league in the US could prove to be wildly popular. It's only just launched and it's already garnered a huge following. And as hot as it's been, you really do need to stay hydrated. But what's in that diet soda or sugar -free coffee? We'll drink in the latest health guidance on artificial sweeteners from the World Health Organization. Let's get started, though, with a trip to the Arctic, a coalition of environmental organizations is endorsing President Biden's run for reelection. It also comes as the president is facing criticism for recent environmental decisions like approving oil drilling projects on protected lands in Arctic Alaska. At the league's annual Capital in Washington, D .C. President Biden said he knows his administration has more to do on the Environment. Getting to 100 percent clean energy by 2035, moving to all electric vehicles in the future of made in America, building 500 ,000 EV charging stations coast coast, conserving 30 percent of our lands and waters by 2030. But as we are about to learn, drilling in the Arctic is no small endeavor. Let's find out more with Bloomberg opinion columnist Liam Denning, who covers energy and commodities. And he joins us now. Now, Liam, you had mentioned in your column that someone described to you that drilling for oil in the Arctic is like drilling on moon. the Tell me about that. Well, you you certainly appreciate that when you actually go to the north slope of Alaska. So the way I went was I flew into Anchorage and then took another flight two hours north. It's a pretty epic commute for the oil workers who head that way. You fly past Denali over the Alaskan interior and then over Brooks the Range, which is kind of where the Arctic Circle starts. And so the trees end and you come out on the other side of the Brooks Range and you're met with this quite unique flat landscape of lots of snow and ice, tundra, strange polygonal pools that form on the surface. And then as you get closer to the coast, which is where the oil fields are, you begin to spot these small kind of outposts of industrial activity. Although they're on land, what they look like to me was really almost like an archipelago of islands. They're man -made gravel pads where work takes place, where the rigs operate. There's some gravel roads there, but they're largely cut off and I would say when that oil man described it as drilling for oil on the moon, I mean in some ways he did mean that the landscape is very odd and it's very cold obviously, particularly during winter, but I think what he was really getting at was just how remote it feels and when you're there you get this sense that you're quite cut off from the outside world. You spending time up there have been able to file several columns for the Bloomberg Terminal about some of your experiences and it's all based on climate change and geopolitics changing the strategic landscape of the high north. So how is this now impacting the search for oil and gas? Yeah so if you, maybe a little history will help. So oil was discovered in quantities large on the North Slope at the end of the 60s, but because of lingering unresolved issues around Native Alaskans claims on the land and because of at that time the recent oil spill off Santa Barbara in California, development of the oil fields there did not go ahead. They were mired in legal disputes and environmental disputes. changed What things was the 1973 oil shock. So suddenly it became imperative to develop US oil resources to help offset the power of OPEC. And so what you saw in 1973 was that Congress effectively forced the construction of the Trans Alaska Pipeline, effectively ended all the legal disputes via an act of Congress and the building of that pipeline which takes oil from the North Slope down to Valdez on Alaska's ice -free southern coast, that enabled development. And so you see, although Alaskan oil is not necessarily the cheapest or the to easiest get, there is a lot of it and it's on home turf. So strategic conditions allowed for its development and in some ways we're seeing a bit of that again today. You know,
"chenault" Discussed on Chutando a Escada
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"chenault" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Carl's pizza a little breaking news on this monday afternoon. And i know. I know i mean legally. I don't even know if we're supposed to talk about the buffs because ellison he might get He might get a little feisty over there but we did see this via twitter colefax searching it out. Thanks to mark. Johnson the voice of the buffs per this afternoon's press release university of colorado wide receiver vaunting younger brother of low-viscous chenault has been suspended indefinitely for violating team and athletic department rules head coach. Karl durell announced on monday. So we'll have mark on the show on wednesday and we'll we'll see what that's all about or maybe we'll get some more information as that comes through tough tough story on a monday. Yeah i know but especially after you know we. we're talking about. They played pretty well. I don't know what he did. Unless i'm assuming he traveled in. I don't know what happened. You're not too far from you. Know what happened could have transpired between two days but you know things happen. And hopefully he recovers from whatever he did and he learns his lesson theo. I've got a question for you on the whole. Cu plane in denver thing. Do you think that you guys should be playing every single every single year. Ceus you definitely think so. I mean it's like i will. I will stay. Georgia georgia tech. It's it's that type of rivalry. Florida and as the team's progress and put together. You know. hopefully you always hope they're putting together. Winning could become really something else. Exactly and i just don't know why they you know we were supposed to plan but cove ryan cova last year. And there's there's some times in the future state. I can't keep track but i don't know if they're gonna keep it in denver just because you're gonna do the of the rivalry playing. How many times did you like that. I do the one. Did you like that better. Than than if it would have been like at at your stadium or fill like it would have been pretty cool honestly state entity just home for. Let's say they came there. I mean you know how packed out that would be but had i was always torn on it because on one hand..
"chenault" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"Terrence marshall could be high waiver wire pickup as well if he is available to you so you know overall i was impressed with what zach wilson. Sam darnold. Did those guys can be waiver wire pickups again if you're desperate at quarterback so let's get into the steelers and the bills so top performance from that game deontay johnson. Fourteen point six steelers defense. Thirteen ben rothlisberger. Twelve point zero two on the other side josh allen seventeen point to digs fifteen point nine cole. Beasley fourteen yet. The steelers played like garbage in the first half but in the second half they played a much better game. The bills are one dimensional anything. That's something that should worry a lot of people when it comes to the bills is if you have josh allen. And they're going up against good defense. That's going to be a problem because the bills are one. Dimensional and defenses will exploit that and the steelers definitely exploited that today and they played a much better game than they did late in the season. Which i expected because the sewage were banged up. They weren't playing well and the bills exploited and they won that game. This is a september game. The steelers were ready to play this game. They were healthy and they yes. Yesterday played terrible first half but they played a lot better in the second half. And you know what i think ben rothlisberger if the steelers can just throw the ball deep in stop with these wide receiver screens and all that and just go work down the middle of the field and throw it from silent to sideline and stuff like that. They could be a decent. He could be a decent fantasy quarterback again this year because he has the weapons for it. It's just you know. He struggles at times but again. I don't really think you should worry about like the production of josh allen and digs because they will play very well in a lot of games and i think this was just one of those games where they were playing against the healthy steelers defense. Which is one of the top defenses in the league and they got exposed and i definitely do think they'll have more favorable matchups during the year. I think they will do very well against miami next week. So let's get into this game. Really quick the texans and the jaguars. The texans went thirty seven. Twenty one tyrod taylor. Twenty one of thirty three two hundred ninety one yards two touchdowns. Mark ingram handed touchdown philip lindsay at a dutch down. Danny dole out a touchdown. David johnson touchdown. What is this twenty sixteen. I still don't think you should pick anybody. But you know what tyrod taylor played really well. Jaguars defense is not that good. And you definitely saw that today. Brandin cooks was really good. So you know what if they got a strong connection. Then you don't want that's a guy that you want to start you know if need a wide receiver to start. I mean brandin cooks tyrod taylor on the other side. Trevor lawrence at nineteen point zero eight fancy points. He had three touchdowns three picks their injured. Thirty two passing yards running attack was really non existent and that's because they were down big. Dj charcoal a good game. Marvin jones had a good game. They're tight end manhertz. He had a touchdown. So you know. The receivers did produce Chenault seven of Some researchers for fifty yards to the receivers produce in this game. But you know it's just it was a it was not a good game for the jaguars i think again. It's only one game. But the fact that trevor lawrence struggle against his bad defense. I mean. that's a. That's a huge problem going forward but we'll see what happens down the line. Texans play the ounce next week and then the edwards play the broncos so it doesn't get an easier for trevor lawrence and then you got the seahawks in the colts. I mean that was just a great game for russell wilson. He was a top performer today. Two hundred fifty four yards passing four touchdowns to tyler. Lock at one to metcalf gerald everett. Gerald everett is gonna be a weapon for this team so if he's on the waiver wire for your league. I think you should pick them up if you're desperate at tight end hurlock and maquette balled out Winston play that bed. Two hundred fifty one yards two touchdowns and they were both to zach paskal But the offensive line. I think was the struggle for the colts I'm a little bit worried about the colds. Defense moving forward because that's secondary did not play well against the seahawks so i'm worried about them now going up against the rams next week that is going to be a tough match for them. So then finally. Let's get into the bengals and the vikings so. I thought the vikings defense is going to be really good and they were not good today. Kirk cousins Fifty one yards two touchdowns. Dow and cookout a touchdown. Phelan had two touchdown. So those are your top performers today. And then on the bengals side. Joe borough two hundred sixty one yards two touchdowns joe mixing twenty-nine russia's one hundred twenty seven yards and a touchdown again to him when i talk about my fantasy teams in the stupid things that i did there to march. As five hundred one yards. And a touchdown t higgins four receptors. Fifty yards and a touchdown and next week. Biking's go up against the cardinals which i don't think it's going to be an easy match. And the bengals. They go up against the the bears. And i think that's a fair will match up so fair will match up next week for the bengals and then for the vikings. That's going to be tough for them because of how the cardinals played today. But yeah that's basically rundown of all the one o'clock games so with that we're going to take a quick break when we come back we're going to talk about the four o'clock games in the sunday night game and basically do the same thing on i just in this segment but.
"chenault" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Throw out there But yeah i'm buying. I'm buying big on on you know like a. Where the san francisco forty niners can do potentially in this offense not only with the running game but the ability to take advantage of the one on one coverage they can get on the outside because remember. George kittle is back in. George kittle in the middle of the field commands attention and because he command so much attention with the running game that they have in place out of twenty one personnel. You're talking about one one coverage on the outside each and every dow brand new york is going to win he can win in a variety of different ways and even though he'll have to split some of that depot samuel i do like his emergence Another guy that will keep an eye on. And i don't wanna be a homer but i will say just keep an eye by fantasy football just keeping a close eye on the viscous should discuss chenault. I knew all on. Just keep an eye because everyone would. Everyone went crazy when trips. It's ended wide receiver stuff at the first rookie minicamp. The viscous should notice a guy that could be the h man. He could be the guy that does to fly. Sweeps did wildcat stuff the bubble screens stuff over the middle. The role that percy harbin. Play for urban meyer in the pass. Keep an eye on. The viscous should not. I'm not guaranteeing that he's gonna put a big numbers but of the wide receivers in jacksonville. This is one that can go big in in the second. There's a play. I know a reference that we put it on his tape. When he got picked play against stanford. I think it was fourth to And laviska shenault was either in the wild cat or they had given him the ball A jet sweep on like a fourth into the end. They didn't block the end and they assume that the end was going to crash down and he's getting well they didn't block the end. The ends not fooled. He's just staring at stanford defenseman just stare staring at the face to face and the biscuit channel runs in flush To get the first down there when he was in colorado and i remember talking to Mel tucker about that. Play our buddy. Who was colorado's like you got to go back and watch that so we ended up long story. We've been put it on the on the draft tape when he got picked. And i'm sitting here and i'm listening to all and i'm not going all the tim tebow stuff but i'm hearing all this talk about tim. Tebow wildcat. i'm at. I'm sitting here going like you folks to go watch la viscous chenault in the wildcat and tell me that you if you're giving your choice with those two options at the four yard line that you're gonna put tim tebow. They're not live is off saying it's all smoke and mirrors and in talking to people down there like they are just trying to find..
"chenault" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"Military he was subject to recall under a under a draft and so when the us entered world war two they were embarrassed by how well the flying tigers for doing so they. They drafted all of those former military pilots and turn them into us so the flying tigers become a us led group that. Keep them there. But there's but now they can get. They can take credit for the for all the victories and in order to do that so he becomes he becomes general in the. They couldn't bring him at a at a rank lower than he was with the chinese military. So he comes in and they they have to turn them into a general so when he actually retired the second time for the military by then he was actually a general wile insane to me like to think that an ex military a goes in to like an opposing country teaches their military with no repercussions that he's asked back into our military. Well he actually. Fdr supported it asiatic. He's supported in fact General chenault flies back to united states because their p fifty ones are all falling apart and they have to They're basically using spare parts and making things to make them run and he goes in. He managed to get into the white house and he speaks with with. Fdr an fdr orders brand new fifty. Two's to be delivered to the flying tigers this before he gets. He gets drafted and so he delivers a huge number of brand new p fifty. Two's which were faster than the old fifty wants. That's an absolute insanity. I mean honestly. The movie sounds phenomenal. I'm assuming there's gonna be a lot of like dogfighting so that's gonna be yes though there will be an we're using the there's only a couple of fifty one and there's only a few fifty one so that we can use for air scenes so we're going to. We're obviously going to have to depend on. Cgi for a lot of it but we're trying to make is realistic as possible. And the chinese government is Very willing to cooperate with this because the whole point of this movie which is something we need right now. It shows an alliance between americans and chinese pilots that have to fight together for survival and they really become buddies and they trust each other. And that's a story. That right now is a good feel good story that we need ask. I love tension with china right now between everybody tension in the world all together. I don't think that will i'd like to see it. Go in my lifetime. I have no idea anymore. At this point i think it will it. Well if i create my love colt so out of all the incredible things. You've done what what has basically been your hardest in most fruitful accomplishment. Who you know working with pink. Floyd was certainly the highlight of my career and working with queen queen..
"chenault" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"And he was sort of a Early version if you will of the tom cruise The tom cruise character and top gun. He would buzz the tower when he came back and he would fly upside down. It was a stunt pilot would fly upside down under bridges and do all the things he wasn't supposed to do and But he was just its incredible pilot but he got into a bind if you will with With the with the military and they were going to court martial him and he was a captain at this point and so he'd been in long enough that he could retire so they were trying to court martial him the beginning of the court martial proceeding he gets up and he's and he tells isis. I'm going to to put you through this. I know you want a court martial. missile. I'm going to retire right now. So if you retire before the court martial the court martial doesn't go through and so he retires right after retiring. The chinese government comes in hires him as a mercenary they want him to go to china and essence Teach the chinese air force How to how to fly and they had heard it was incredible pilot. And of course if you're familiar with p fifty one b. two's mostly fifty wants at the time of the i entered. They were much slower than the japanese zeros while he had figured a way that to p fifty one's could down Zero no matter. What and he was sending how he goes over to china and while he's there the the woman that basically is running the air force This is a scene we have. I don't know if this is it this. I don't think this was this actually happened this way but it was almost like this. He's sitting in a chair and she's sitting across from him. The camera is looking at general. Chanel who was not a general at the time and he says so. How many planes do you have. And she says we have six planes. And you're you're right behind chenault back. She says we have five planes but this is basically a true story so he goes in his mercenary. They make him. I wanna say a major or something. They in the chinese military and he but as a A mercenary in essence. So he goes in recruits a bunch of pilots from the us and that had left the military and he brings them over there as mercenaries all paid fairly well and they create an elite group that starts training the chinese pilots. And this is where you'll know it. They get known as one of the pilots paints shark's teeth on the front of a p fifty one and they get known as the flying tigers. So this is the movie of this is the essentially the true story of the of the flying tigers and how they got started and what happened it. It becomes very interesting because the reason that he is the reason that general chenault retires from the military as a general is that the flying tigers the rack up the best record of slashings any military Of any in history to this day. They have slashed more military enemies than any other Than any other branch of the military including these these fast f16's and and the the new the newer stuff they nobody's got the record that the generational racked up well anyhow because he had retired from the.
"chenault" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I feel sorry for the people of texas. He says he's not going to run against greg abbott. But i have a sneaking suspicion is because it's pretty clear he doesn't like his family. And i don't say that lightly i don't to drag them into it but if you've ever read these profiles of the guy is like a listless forty or fifty year old who skateboards and drops the f bomb and can acknowledge the fact that he's actually not a teenager anymore. I mean and then he like flight floats around the country so it doesn't have to deal with his wife. It gives no responsibility. That guy didn't want any responsibility and the left line is it's kennedy escott looks. We don't want people voting who think that's a good idea and the left in texas took advantage of what they call victory so now the texas legislature seventy the bad guy and say no. These things aren't vague. Let's make it really clear for you. You can't do this crap. And of course they'll We're going to protest the boycott texas like we did a georgia. You got stacey. Abrams gearing up for battle. And now they've got the ceo's out their dozens of chief executives and other senior leaders gathered on zoom this weekend to plot what several said businesses should do next about new voting laws under way in texas and other states. Can i pause with the irony here. And note that they're on zoom call. Zoom a country a company notorious for routing video chats through china and potentially censoring phone calls for china. They're they're so worried about our democracy. They're willing to get on that platform. Ken chenault the former chief. Executive american express and kenneth frazier c. of merck urge the leaders to collectively call for greater voting access according to several people. Who attended mr chenault and frazier caution. Businesses against dropping the issue and asked. Ceo's to sign a statement opposing what they view as discriminatory legislation on voting. The people said a statement could come early this week. The people said and would build on one that seventy two black executives signed last month of the wake of changes to georgia's voting law. Mr shirt also on the call. The told other call that several leaders had signalled they would sign on included executives at pepsi. Pay powell t. rowe price and hess corp among others. According to the people pay pal confirmed it has signed the statement pepsi t rowe price has didn't immediately respond to requests for comment as more companies in their leaders have spoken out on the issue in recent weeks there stands have drawn the ire of republican state and federal legislators who say companies are miscasting. The matter and shouldn't act the shadow. Lawmakers meanwhile progressive activists and others will pose. The laws have said that the actions leaders are taking are strong enough many. Ceo's now feel a duty or pressure to make their views explicitly known to employees and others. Plenty of companies. Remain weary of waiting into politically charged. Serious one executive from fortune one hundred consumer products company said board members employees and vendors are pressing leaders to speak out but doing so put a bullseye on the company is really a no win situation from a corporate standpoint. The executive said atlanta falcons owner arthur blank. Who owns atlanta united. And the pga tour superstore said the call he believes large share fans of the nfl major league soccer pg what the groups to make their positions nolde on voting rights. He's the co founder of home depot. Now he says that You know they should have done more. Since colin kaepernick spoke out of course starbucks is urging it as well. Some leaders spoke out in favor of signing onto this st louis. Amc entertainment holdings and others..
More Than 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws
"Voting rights have become a hot button issue including among business leaders this weekend. Dozens of ceos and other senior leaders met on zoom to discuss how they should respond to new voting laws proposed for texas and other states according to people on the call. Wsj's emily glaser has the details. So there are more than one hundred ceos and other senior executives that joined this zoom on saturday afternoon with the express purpose of talking about voting rights and in the beginning there was a lot of background about what the georgia legislation other state legislation and bills include about. Whether or not they were strict voter access and then kenneth chenault the former. Ceo of american express longtime corporate board director as well as kenneth frazier. Ceo of merck really made their pitch to these ceo's and other business executives of what their new statement is going to say how they believe it's non-partisan it's all about ensuring voter access for all and really urged the ceo's to add their names and so As part of the call kennedy channel told the executives that several companies had signalled that they would sign on including pepsi. co pay. Pal t. rowe price and has so across industries a lot of large companies. And you know what we heard from our sources that even during this zoom ceo's of different companies like amc and cyberport core technologies. Were saying i'm in. I'm in
"chenault" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"Back anyway main shit better stay say winning rav to live free joy everything you say i don i what talk look off. I know if i'm speaking truthfully honestly like event. Excuse a a brave online right kato k. Nobody knows do we go. What did not choose. Should've been brahmos. had promise. few should've been motion. Chenault been been listening in august two being prom listening session..
MLB moving 2021 All-Star Game from Atlanta in response to Georgia voting law
"Was word today for major league baseball that it is moving this year's all-star game out of atlanta and response to the new law in georgia. That as you might have heard as new requirements for absentee voting and limits ballot boxes gives a lot more power over elections to the state legislature. All changes that will disproportionately affect black voters. And it's not just georgia. Other states are considering similar. Laws as well and corporate america after being mostly silent to be honest is beginning to speak up most notably in the form of a letter signed by seventy black executives and led by ken. Frazier and ken chenault. Two of only nineteen blacks. Ceo's ever to lead fortune. Five hundred companies can. Freezer is the ceo of merck. Ken chenault used to run american express and i got him on the phone earlier today. Gentlemen thanks for coming. On and mr schnell. Let me start with you sir. And ask you this question You have said in past week as as This letter and The thing that you and mr frazier trying to get done has become public. You've said it is time for actions. Not statements what does that look like to you what it looks like and i think this is very important is one what we want. Companies to do is to publicly oppose legislation that discriminates against voters and legislation. That hinders them from being able to vote. And so it's very important that companies not just go abroad statement but in fact to oppose any legislation. That hinders people from voting.
"chenault" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"No you should be somewhere between fifty sixteen sixteen sixteen works. I'm on our on our rankings. Page or your ranking speech with the dynasty stories. And there's a video playing in the corner and like chris's cat is just everywhere like all. I've been seeing okay elsewhere in the wide. Receiver rankings deep. This is not free agency related. Tell me why you moved. Decay metcalfe and justin jefferson ahead of calvin ridley. I saw that on the list. And i was uncomfortable with discussing good. Well it's good. That's that's bad probably i don't have. I did not have any intentional. They are all within a fraction of a percent value of each other. Okay though i don't have any Good answer for you sorry. That was awful. That's okay curtis samuel up from forty nine to thirty five big. Jump for curtis samuel. I was really first off like wide receivers so deep. There's like one hundred thirty receivers listed so a jump. That big at any other position would be much more significant than a jump that big at wide receiver. But i was concerned about well. Courtesy daniel would be viewed. I know that the industry's always loved him and he's always been popular. Breakout candidate probably could be again. But he's basically had six good games in four years in the nfl and he's still hasn't had a season that you would look at the whole season and say as a receiver. You had a good year. The fact that he went to washington where he can be a complementary piece to terry maclaurin and which i think is his best is not going to be number one and he has ryan fitzpatrick at least in your one throwing the ball to him. I'm i'm encouraged. I think this Another familiarity signing. But it's a coaching staff. That knew him and wanted him and knows how to use him. So i'm more encouraged. Samuel dave you look at the ranking samuel thirty five then let me tell you the five guys right after him meco hartman. Thirty six levinsky chenault. Eleven michael pittman. Thirty eight jalen. Rager michael gallup hardiman chenault pittman rager gallup. Right after curtis samuel. What do.
"chenault" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"And situations. This is mark sanchez former. Nfl quarterback as a quarterback. I've always had to communicate with players on and off the field. Now that i'm retired. I've traded huddles for headphones with my new show them forever every week. I'll sit down and talk football with some of the game's biggest stars. Do get to know your favorite football personalities from the players perspective you can find them forever on all major podcast platforms subscribe now. I e mail is from nicholas. Fourteen team dynasty startup full. Pr one quarterback. I just traded my three fourteen and four zero one and five fourteen picks and the first pick in the rookie draft. So he's got he's got the last piece at the fourteenth picks traded around three and four plus blast pick around five and the first pick of a rookie draft four. Pick two or three. Three twelve and five eleven. No i like this. He basically traded his fourth round. Pick in the rookie. One on one for two three. Yeah i'd stirrup. That's the seventeenth overall. Pick in this in this league. Would you rather straight on the seventeenth overall. Pick or rookie. One one my seventeenth over player is miles sanders andrea swift was the seventeenth overall pick in in our dynasty startup. I would rather have swift in the one on one. Would you rather have swift than the one on one. No because i think. I i love travis t. n. totally see someone disagreeing with that. Would you rather have swift than the one zero one last year. Probably yes because one hundred percent the one on one last year. Well i didn't really. You're saying what. I rather have swift then. At this time of year. I would rather have had probably miles sanders than the one. Oh one and i compare swift miles sanders for obvious reasons. I remember you also gave up the fourth round a fourth round. Pick to pigs rounder. To the i don't like the trade. Okay okay so this. One is from matt in los angeles joined. An existing dynasty league last year fielded a team but didn't play any defence Five id players. Because i wanted to have the upside of getting breakout players. So i finished in last place. I have the number one pick in the rookie draft. I have to drop five players. Who should i drop. Okay who are. The options here hurts tannahill daniel jones. Rashad pennies zack. Moss chenault deebo marquees brown. Jonnu smith logan thomas ravens and butter. I'm confused yes. A drop five players. He said he didn't play any defense five. Id layers but also he has the ravens. I guess you have a dsp and idp's so he didn't play any idp's last year but he's going through this year so he needs to drop five players. Can you drop your kicker in defense. it's i of course you can. He didn't play five players last year. I think you keep dropping. Anybody wants every true. So do that and then you need three more. Yeah you've got some tough cuts to make after that Did you say it was full. Pr.
"chenault" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"He's smart. he's a good moving tight end. Should replace jared cook pretty seamlessly in that offense. And if jameis winston's the quarterback as we've been talking about for the last six years with james he has a tendency to lean on his tight ends. The offense in new orleans has consistently leaned on. Its tight ends. I think trump could be very very interesting fantasy sleeper. I'm trying to look up the stat. That i had updated so now i think it's four years in a row just going back to the jail. Jamaal williams sting for years in a row that a running back has been second on the team in targets when matt leflore has been the head coach or the offensive coordinator. Both years the packer. You can find that. It's in that ringer. Yeah four years in a row. Todd gurley dion lewis. Aaron jones aaron jones none of them like a ton of time well gaga eight hundred fifty catches. Yeah so that so. Keep that in mind running always involved in the passing game when matt lafleur has been the coordinator or the head coach the running backs of score. They scored sixteen total touchdowns in twenty twenty. Four seven win. Aaron rodgers went beserk so it was lower than what it was in two thousand nineteen which was twenty five touchdowns i bet they end up somewhere in between and probably closer to twenty five than sixteen. Twenty twenty one. Okay last question here. Let's go back to dillon one more time so we talked about when we did the sophomore running back show. Seven running backs went in top thirty six picks in draft. We did in early january. I think he's you said dylan round. That would be just behind that. Would he jump ahead of any of those big seven. If jones were joan signs somewhere else he. I don't thinks like i really don't think there's much chance. In non p p. r. i. I think that there is a chance Like my i actually in my projections. Non-ppp have him projected four nine. Pr fantasy points than clyde. Okay my seventh. So dave jamie would you put aj dylan and a non pr league ahead of any of the other top seven running backs off more running backs He said it was hilarious. Yeah yo take dylan had antonio gibson or swift okay dobbins. No but i think there's premieres in scenario where jacksonville sign someone and then you're taking them at a robinson to yes airport yet all right so those are some of our favorite early sleepers jamie said chenault heath said moster. Dave said trautmann. We all talked about. Aj dylan Hope maybe he'll be on. Our early breakout show. Next week is really important though that you know about paramount plus all right. This is going to be absolutely awesome. You've probably seen the journey to mount paramount spots featuring bill cower. James corden. Bill patrick stewart beavis and butthead quite a squad but paramount plus is live sports breaking news and a mountain of entertainment. You can go straight from game day to movie night with paramount..
"chenault" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Were a card collector. You're not so much into it anymore. You wanna stop by. They'll tell you maybe some of those old jordan cards are worth anything. Some of those old elway cards. Maybe your kids are getting into. Maybe you're still into it. i. I still collect. I still have a lot of cards And maybe you just want to get that man cave looking good again. Broncos memorably nuggets memorabilia. Maybe you're not a local fan which is silly. But they've got you covered there to no limit collectibles too big enough shop for everybody during the outlet shops in loveland. Check them out. Tell him we sent you here from the whole show powered by pdc energy. Don't you think. Aaron rodgers would have liked to have a cage a hamler yesterday. Now i bring that up because you it feels like rodgers has been slighted with the packers for several years now and then the fluor comes in and says hey we want to be more of. This is first day right. He's like well. Maybe more of a run team. It's like rogers what would he. What are you talking about And then and then you draft jordan love in the first round. I mean you don't think you could've done better with a cage. Caja the reason. I bring it up as caja was taken in the second. So that was a guy you could have had la- viscous chenault the colorado buff that taken by the jags in the second round. I mean they're looking at all. These there was a lot of wide receivers. This was a wide receiver. Heavy heavy year. Bengals took t higgins colts. Michael pittman junior. I mean you look at the list of all these guys. Green bay takes jordan love at number twenty six knowing you have aaron rodgers locked up through twenty twenty three one hundred thirty four million deal so you could have gone obviously next season and into that season. And then we we're maybe even next season you start prospecting and think but at the end of next season but instead you go at jordan love and it's a new coach that comes in so you're starting to wonder is. Is the plan here to to kind of hurry up and push me out of here in in rogers was asked about it. It's like i don't know what the future holds for me. I'm not sure even though he has a contract through two thousand twenty three but clearly not happy with the decision late in that game and the the what does that. Say to your aaron rodgers. You're the mvp you're going to the hall of fame your famer..
"chenault" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Maybe they have their quarterback with. I think he's one of the guys that i think it's obviously i mean. He was playing crunch time yesterday. The the likely destination for him. If he doesn't go to tampa probably gonna be seattle. Baltimore have the chance to get him and if baltimore the chance to get him this year. What changes that. We don't know if he wanted to get next year we could we could. We could have wanted to go to bed with brady temp chair. And maybe they weren't sure if he was still the same player. I'm answering my own question. Now but brown should really shown in the last couple of weeks that he's still pretty good like you said. Let's wrap up these two players Chenault would you is rather drafting tomorrow. We are in every day after. Would you rather have chenault or michael pittman right now. I think session all feel better about the quarterback situation and twenty twenty one in jacksonville. we are whence at. That's what makes the most sense. Wentz makes sense makes remembers. Wants to come back. And they make a playoff run. Members is going to be the quarterback for colts. Probably okay moving onto. We'll go to christmas players since where he knocked out one of them antonio brown being one and jk dobbins the other in the last six games of the season. Well it was seven weeks. It was six games for him. He missed one with the being on the covert list. He ended up as the number ten running back per game. That can't be right. I think it was number ten per game And number eleven per game. npr basically top ten in both. He was like practically tied for tenth in that six game stretch for him. He was on pace for two hundred and five carries one thousand three hundred and twenty yards nineteen touchdowns and eight catches. He averaged well over. He averaged six point four yards per. Carry down the stretch and he scored in every game so chris. What are your thoughts on. Jk dobbins he does give us a lot to think about and we do. We will see more of him. Obviously at least one more game but he's giving us a lot to think about right now with a strong finish there are going to be some vicious fights in the fantasy football world over. Jk dobbins twenty twenty one value. Because i think there are going to be some people who i think Frank stamp who host fantasy baseball today has i think he's appeared on f. f. t. as well Osha he posted a paul yesterday. Where you drafting. Jk dobbins yesterday. This was right. After the eighty seven yard touchdown run or whatever it was where you drafting jacobs and twenty twenty one first round second round or. I'm not going to get him. i don't think he's a first round pick not sure he should be a top three round. Pick but i know that's going to be somewhat controversial and they're going to be a lot of people who are really really into him and it's easy to see why he's a really talented running back in an offense that loves to run the ball that creates a lot of efficient opportunities for running backs. The problem is..
No Plans Of Leaving: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Fires Back At Critics
"So you're not stepping down this chairman. That's not the plan. That's not the plan would anything change that. I mean. Like eventually over time. I mean, I'm not going to I'm not going to be doing this forever. But, but I certainly not currently thinking that that makes sense. That was Hayes CEO Mark Zuckerberg standing his ground on CNN last night amid the controversy surrounding the company, but it's not just sucker brook who's been fighting back. The stock has actually rallied in the past two days. Even as a broader market saw red so quick this mean the worst is over for the company. Karen, yes. Well, I hope so because I am long the stock kudos Tim who's been reading a lot of editor on that topic. I think I think Mark Zuckerberg is the right person to lead them out of this. And when I think about other CEO's that have been able to, you know, really take some punches but turn around. Oscar Munoz was only ten or eleven months ago, we were all pretty negative on Oscar Munoz and his ability to lead. United Airlines turned it around Steve Jobs, the most famous probably right left, the company came back. And now look at apple one sixty could have been to thirty but whatever and then Howard show. So I think this kind of founder CEO not Oscar Munoz, but is is really important to the business. Plus you can't vote him out. Right. He owns Dunkelberg, quote about this is a real board though. Right. They don't have some it's out a tesla kind of bored. But that that must controls. This is a real board. I know you've got Ken Chenault, an Erskine Bowles and Susan. Desma hellman. This is a real board. So I would be very very very concerned if they kicked him out very, I don't think that should happen at all. I liked that the stock is rod in the last two days, the valuations very cheap. I think earnings will come down for sure. But that's in there. Mark Zuckerberg may be the CEO and may be there forever because there's voting share structure, but these are these comparisons really comparable only because right now, the company is facing potential legislation regulation that would change the way their core business fair for business operates. I'm so so let's say let's say Starbucks for some reason lawmakers were infuriated by how they brewed their coffee and said, you gotta be this x y and z to you know, to make sure that the caffeine contents not is not too high or whatever I mean, doesn't that sort of change that will change the model somebody I mean? Radha moment where you're thinking is the model going to change the motto could change, right. That could happen. I mean think about Microsoft facing a multi year antitrust the motto could change here. This is not a crazy price for this business. Even if it is chopped up. I don't even know exactly what the best way to do that would be. But you know, the multiple is not high the cash is enormous the businesses still very solid business with I understand the margins are coming down, but still significant margins here. So, you know, but you wonder when crisis management, I mean, this stock is crashed effectively. I mean, if you look at it, we can say what we want. But it's it was two hundred and five dollars stock six months ago straight in one hundred thirty seven dollars. Now, that's pretty significant move. And then when you have the Mark Benny off of the world calling it basically making a comparison to nicotine, that's a real problem. So I don't think most Zucker Brooks made himself a lot of friends, and I think people coming out of the woodwork now to take shots. I just think that this. This is a crisis of trust. I think it's, you know, here's let me say something positive about Facebook. They're not alone. But I do think that Facebook whose core product is being held into question is being singled out the most. And I think they should be when I consider corporate governance, and I think about how people should be thinking about a stock which core product is been at risk this entire time. And they haven't disclosed that to us. I think this company deserves a bigger beating I think also investors need to start evaluating companies Naveh different investment metric in their toolbox to be assessing cyber risk at companies, especially technology company.
Founder, Papa John and Chairman discussed on First Morning News
"The weather in just a moment i a founder of papa john's has retired as the board chairman this following some controversial comments that john schnatter made during a conference call in may everything's better when papas in house but apparently not in the board room at papa john's founder and namesake john schneider stepping down as chairman company stock it already taken a nosedive this year after chenault who's comments when papa john's was the official pizza of the nfl player protests were hurting pizza sales that led to him stepping down to ceo bench confirming this week that during a conference call with a pr agency brought in.