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"chris callen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So to understand more about a Chagonda, we consulted author educator and medicine hunter Chris Callen. Chris has conducted medicinal plant research in over 45 countries, written 14 books and appeared on radio and television programs in the U. S and all over the world, and he knows a lot about a chagonda. Chagonda. Certainly, I mean, I think it has earned its traditional name The king of herbs, um, for stress and anxiety, And that includes almost everybody. Any of us know, Um, you know, it is rather radical. In terms of of how much better it makes you feel because it takes Cortisol and other stress hormones in the blood way down very nicely into a normal, healthy level. And we see, you know, improved cardio respiratory endurance, You know greater strength and output for athletes and for people who are just playing active. You know, improved sexual function and sexual experience in men and women. Very, very good benefits for memory and cognition, Short term and long term memory thought formation, you know, basically mental sharpness, which is an old traditional use, but Reaffirmed by modern science and overall anti aging properties, You know, in terms of the oxidative stress that's on the organs of the body. So yeah, I think you could you could make this year Desert Island plant for sure. Well, it's an adapted gin. So why don't you explain to our listeners? What is an adapted in an adapted Chin is one of a small group of herbs that helps you to adapt to All forms of physical and mental stress doesn't make you impervious to stress, But it helps. And in almost every case, whether you're talking about ash, Lagonda or rodeo, Ola Aura, lieu throw some of these other Adapted Jin's They all They all have the capacity to bring stress hormones in the blood down and you know when this happens, you get this. Very wonderful sense of relief. So so I think for, you know, for stress. This is kind of miraculous. Actually, we should put it in the water. Well, yeah, yeah, I should say, you know, I have a good and working relationship with the people at KSM 66. When they were doing one of their studies. I think it was on cognition. I said, ask a question about happiness. And they thought that was a good idea. And as it turned out, respondents at the end of the study. Those who had taken the ash wagon to extract and not the placebo were happier. They actually scored themselves happier on those standard psychological inventory, so You know, some of that's due to the almost 28% reduction in court, Castle and other stress hormones. That's huge. That is, what should our listeners look for our lookout far when they're thinking about buying US, Uganda? Always look first certified organic USDA certified organic on the label that tells you that you've got to clean product at least from the agriculture standpoint, I'm very much a big fan of KSM 66 Ash Lagonda extract. It's in about 600 products because they've done their homework with the clinical science and their extractions. Very good. And also, you know, look for real doses. I mean the average doses of extract that that show beneficial in most of the human studies 600 MG, So don't go for the products that, you know, have 10 or 25, because that's not going to do anything. Okay. All right. Well, we're getting a sign here. We've got to stop. But we come back to me. Absolutely. Okay. It's an honor Always. Oh, well, thank you. That's very sweet. And I'm sure we're gonna get some questions. So we're going to have you back to answer those. Thank you. Thank you Both. Thank you, Roy. Thank you. Judy. Bless you both you to have a great day by guy. We've been speaking with medicine hunter Chris Killam about Ash Lagonda, the flagship herb of Ayurveda in the traditional system of medicine in India. Well up next in our show expert advice about the benefits of natural versus synthetic when it comes to vitamin K 27 and don't forget podcast to this and other healing quest shows are available at our website. Healing quest dot T. V and please follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at healing Quest. I'm Roy walking Horst and I'm Judy Brooks. And you're listening to healing quest on I.
"chris callen" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
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"chris callen" Discussed on The Radiant Health Show
"Taste this parade. After Singing. into the low. Right. Back to heart but delivers the. Bid. Well, consider radiant health show Dr Christine. Foreigner, your source of information that will help you to achieve extraordinary health and longevity. Each week. We bring a fascinating interview with the leader of natural health. Practitioners ancient systems of medicine, such as Trish traditional. Chinese, medicine and Veda to experts and the latest frontiers of complementary and alternative medicine. You'll be entertained. By my guests, we'll learning many tips on how you can reach an enjoy and extraordinary state of health simply, and naturally, I'm your host Dr Christine Horner a former surgeon, and now an expert in natural health and the author of award winning books. The first is waking the Warrior Goddess Dr Christine Corners Program to protect against and fight breast cancer, and my most recent book, which is Health ageless beauty thirty day program for extrordinary health beauty and long. My guest today is Chris Callen and this is actually part a part interview. So if he haven't listen to part one yet the I encourage you go back and listen their first Christmas really fascinating individual is medicine hunter an author of many books and educator He's worked in medicinal plant research and over forty five different countries he. Also works to bridge the world's regularly sharing information about other cultures through the presentations and media, and he's been on thousands of radio programs and.
"chris callen" Discussed on The Radiant Health Show
"Taste, this parade. After. Singing. into the low. Right Back to heart but delivers the. Bid. Welcome to the radiant health show with Dr Christine Corner Your source of information that help you to achieve extraordinary health and longevity where each week we bring you a fascinating interview with the leader in natural health. Practitioners ancient systems of medicine such as traditional Chinese medicine on your Veda to experts in the latest frontiers of complementary and alternative. Medicine. You'll be entertained in mesmerized. By my guess we'll learning many tips on how you can reach an joy and extraordinary state of health simply, and naturally I'm your host Dr Christine Horner former surgeon, and now an expert in natural health and the author of two award winning books. The first is Waking Warrior Goddess Dr Christine Program to protect against in fight breast cancer, and my most recent book, which is Radiant Health ageless beauty thirty day program for extrordinary health beauty and longevity. My guest today is actually a recurring guest because I just love interviewing him. His name is Chris Callen and He is known as the Medicine Hunter He is an author. And he's works really all over the world I think forty five different countries and researches medicinal plants and their work with companies to bring those traditional plants to the market and and helping to become successes and he also works to bridge world's regularly sharing information about cultures through presentations and the media and speaking of the Media Chris has been everywhere. So he's done thousands of radio programs and has.
"chris callen" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"M newsroom. Here's Mary Surratt is W B. S. M News. A murder suspect was scheduled to appear in New Bedford District Court today. 23 year old Franklin Antonio My apparatus of New Bedford was arrested Friday night and accused of killing a New Bedford man whose body was found alongside a roadway in Dartmouth last week. State medical examiner said 27 year old Jose Cortez Cornejo died of gunshot wounds. The news comes as police investigate another gun homicide in New Bedford at 17 margin Street in the city's south and Ah man dead of multiple gunshot wounds was found inside a multi family home on Friday. New Bedford Police have arrested a mother and son team on drug charges 26 year old Devon Dakota. Thompson and his mother, 45 year old terror Antonio were arrested on Friday after police executed a search warrant at their 108 Princeton Street home. Police say they found 55 grams of packaged cocaine and nearly $6000 in cash. A fair Haven Police cruiser was involved in a slow speed two car crash Sunday afternoon. It happened at the intersection of Pleasant and Centre streets in Fairhaven Village. Two adults and a child in a Honda CR V were injured and taken to the hospital. The officer was also transported to ST Lukes. No serious injuries were reported. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. A member of the East Greenwich, Rhode Island Police department died over the weekend in a skydiving accident in Danielson, Connecticut. Sergeant Chris Callen was a member of the Rhode Island National Guard and was a Green Beret special Forces sergeant in the U. S Army. Callen was an experienced skydiver and a member of the Liberty jump team. Connecticut state police said Callen suffered a rough landing. No other details were released. The University of Massachusetts is looking at a 5% budget cut this year. That's because they have a $264 million budget gap. You Mass. President Marty Me and told the board that you mass campuses face an unprecedented financial challenge since U Mass recently agreed to a tuition freeze Foreign state undergrads. It's not clear how they plan to make up the shortfall in sports. Nathan Eovaldi will be the starting pitcher for the Red Sox at Friday's season opener.
"chris callen" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Veteran member of the East Greenwich Police Department in Rhode Island, died over the weekend in a skydiving accident in Danielson, Connecticut. Sergeant Chris Callen was a 15 year veteran of the Force, a member of the Rhode Island National Guard and was a Green Beret special Forces sergeant in the U. S Army. Callen was an experienced skydiver and a member of the Liberty Jump team. He leaves the fiance and three Children. Connecticut State police said Callen suffered a rough landing. Few details were released. Massachusetts House leaders have unveiled their sweeping police reform bill Last week, the Senate passed their own version. The legislation at its core creates a seven member commission with the power to de certified police officers who engage in misconduct. It also retains a controversial limit on qualified immunity for police officers. The clock is ticking with only two weeks left in the legislative session. Fairhaven Town Hall has been closed down for a deep cleaning after an employee tested positive for covert 19. A spokeswoman said. Town Hall should reopen again on Wednesday. She said the employees had no symptoms, but the positive result was revealed as a result of testing. Construction has resumed on the matter Poison bike path after it was halted during the pandemic. Town officials now say the bike path should be complete by the end of the year that will give walkers, runners and cyclists a clear shot on protected bike path all the way from the centre of Fair Haven to Mattapoisett Village. In sports. Cam Newton is a vegan, meaning he adheres to a plant based diet and doesn't eat meat, dairy products or eggs. The six foot 5 £245 Patriotsquarterback recently appeared in an ad for Peeta or the people.
"chris callen" Discussed on WBSM 1420
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"chris callen" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday
"No so I actually did. The question was I mean historically misery explorer anymore pivoted and so if there is rock worth owning. That's worth exploring. Is that where you see. Private companies focusing on. Or do you think that you would see more like Hill Hill Corp which is buying all their assets like in Alaska and turning it into sort of a yield vehicle so I guess there's sort of related if you believe there's exploration to be done do you you see private companies doing it and secondarily. Do you see a wave of private capital. Big Private capital billionaire companies just large pools moving in in a bigger way into energy right now yeah. Let's the the first one really around exploration so having haven't been involved with expiration for decades right A lot of the companies that I know the public companies in the lower forty eight. Don't do expiration anymore. I worked at all key for many years. And some it Sanchez right. They got away from it. They may climb to do some exploration. But they don't do traditional exploration it's near our field it's inbox thirty own. In basins they operate right. That type of stuff it's not it's not new. Ventures is not looking for a new play new basins. He's outside of where there are already operating There are a handful. We've we we've encountered him Public that that that do that There's probably so you know one. That's I think. My opinion ranks near the top. What they do? But there's not a lot and so I think really it. It comes back to what we've seen the shoe before the private individuals private companies who are willing to take that risk understand that get in early get things cheap identify it. If it doesn't work you have a loss but it's not it's not large losses. You can't overcome and you do that and we we. That's that's really. We feel. Our strength is from shoots We still do that again. We have whoever a strong Subsurface team and we've identified additional areas. We we like We're currently you know building up those positions slowly. We're not in a rush because the way the market is and we have our hands full with the powder right now with our are five hundred thousand acres in in in that basin But we do have a small group. That's on the cutting cutting edge. But they're doing the traditional all new ventures expiration were looking for new plays in the lower forty eight and we actually had some meetings last year. We have some ideas that I thought were pretty fascinating snake. So we're going to continue to do that Those have really long term timeframe. We have five or ten years probably by the time we identify them. We're gum by the acreage test. Them get permits. Right I mean the whole thing and do they work than the spacing test at all. These things you put all the it's it's it's is a decade But we so we have some long term. I think I think a lot of Publix in my opinion from a financial perspective don't invest in something. That's ten years that money needs to be spent spent today on something that's going to generate revenue tomorrow. They don't have that vision so the private schools private equity doesn't have that timeframe it's individuals or people with the long term outlook And we're one of them luckily to do that. But that's if it works. That's where you get A. He realized a Nice Nice uptick in your vestment so it kind of sets the stage actually exactly what you said. You can have a ten year time horizon and you're doing doing exploration whereas you would not hear any public company doing that because they're thinking quarter to quarter. Do you think that you would see a range of recapitalizations where public companies as you know. There's probably no benefit. I think Tam said that. Recently there's no benefit and being a public company because you don't have access to capital could you see a lot of these companies. Maybe maybe going. Private long-term to to kind of go back to the roots of oil and gas with literally biggie portfolio a longer term horizon is. Is that somewhere that you could see Big Pools of capital moving as the industry faces the challenges. We face today kind of goes back to your question about about billionaires. I mean whether Jerry Jones or right I mean some of these guys are looking at that and I think they look at it as a long good long-term investment and I don't I don't know Jerry Jones but I'm assuming assuming that's what he's doing putting a billion dollars wherever we put in right he'll Corp There's others out there right you know not just. US billionaire money but private money. That's coming into like Chris callen last week exactly on adventures is right right. And they're looking at long-term maybe yield type vehicle A Lotta aww. PDP PODS go in there to develop. It is not the same thing that and shoots is doing where we're looking for. Something to has no yielded the no return until maybe we get a monetization event. It's a different different piece of the spectrum But I think there's definitely the it seems seems to be the market but the market always seems to change. The market is definitely going that way today now whether the public investors will come back to gas base at some point that to be determined right. I mean there's a lot of a lot of challenges right now all the climate change Commentary the the the lack of return on the investments in the shale space. which we all hear about about the billions of law quote and I put off dollars I look at it as investment dollars? Some people understand lost money. They made investments in companies have gone bankrupt or the bonds have been destroyed exactly right so but that had to be done to get us the industry to get the industry to where it is today the. US is producing thirteen thirteen.
"chris callen" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday
"Com site. Little call up for that is the site of look at every day. Gio Park this park. I don't think is on our okay so you might you wanna add or so you might want to add that but of the two companies in the last three hundred sixty five days that are categorized as small-cap by Talos is up fifty. One percent sent comstock is up sixteen percent and every other company is down as an interesting little data point. Yeah okay well so I appreciate. You're going through that for our listeners. I don't know you didn't get to see all the action on that one but but as you were going through that and now I'm back to twitter now. Okay good so this is a One of your critics Of which there are many of which are literally the forbade him is the only the reason people are talking about. Smog is because nobody can believe a seemingly sane person in the business world use it as an investment metric when it's so clearly useless useless all it does a signal. You may not understand how to evaluate an oil and gas company comments I mean look Everyone's entitled to their opinion and Yeah I mean I I. Don't I guess no how value oil and gas companies I would be curious. Have so much that I really wanna say but I like I mean look what what do I get get out of responding to that you know. I put my views out there every day for people to read and I use my real name name and I say what I think I you know. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'm right. I guess the good news is I'm not trying to please anyone. I'm just out here doing doing my thing and I would like to think that my career track record. You know kind of suggests that I know what I'm doing oil and gas But again yeah I mean maybe I don't know maybe this guy's also Just lay exactly like me and not anonymous and he's been crushing it energy stocks over the last five years and and I would really like to know independently wealthy and retired and what his tracker uses uses an anonymous name because even though he's not afraid of anybody just seems like the right thing into do. Maybe we'll go with that. Yeah I just want somebody that is going to be weaned. Find Somebody who's we can get on the show who can come in and go. You know what David you're full holy crap and and they've crushed it for themselves for the past five ten years. I mean that that's exactly right right Glenn I mean it's all well and good to call everybody out and and say you're the Best Golfer in the world but if you're not on the PGA tour. I know the Best Golfer in the world is like the world ranking so yeah I mean look I'm pretty pretty excited about this methodology because simple and it explains why energy companies are not cheap and why they're stocks have been falling like y look at our BC in the small cap and in the last year year. Two companies are up and everybody else's down. So do you have A. What's your bias? Is Your bias more towards these large cap firms mid cap small. Could you look at small because you didn't look at these before. Yeah I mean look. I've said it I've written it for over over a year the only if you're going to be in gas the only base in the matters is the Marcellus Talked to Chris callen about of that today and I mean the Marcel since two thousand ten from three day to like north of thirty. So if I'm going to buy gas and I Chris has made me open my eyes but as an investor in public companies buying gas. I struggle because of long term commitments misery commitments off-balance-sheet transactions and just natural gas trading to fifteen so it is a great commodity. It will be a great quantity. I don't own natural gas no matter what the smog says I watch it. I do tend to own Permian Producers Shire's Because I believe that the Permian is the last bastion of economic performance in the US and that the Eagle Forum balking and played out their inventory. And and so I I just again it's a PD slowdown case. So I don't really own those guys but but I do own. PC which is surprising because with Colorado regulatory risk you know you would think I might avoid it but they screen extremely well I really liked their SRC consolidation. I liked it. They're going to cut. Gna I believe they should trade out of the Delaware entirely with oxy and pick up additional Colorado risk if you can call it that they're already exposed as you can be our trade their Delaware position oxy for more DJ and then both companies get what they want so to go do that for me. Please because of valuation and then I own Callanan and Seat up so oh clearly biased towards the Permian as the most important oil-producing base into me and in the US Have you taken it is in your In your in your it Ha- it hasn't been historically has this is also a great performer And so again M. I. Biased. I should probably do Hassen in as one of the other criticisms on on twitter and this this is true. Is that the these numbers are I put this in quotes a year out of date at a different price tags. Now the the two things that I would say is all of these like Callanan centennial over the last year down a lot. PDCI's down a lot and they're small kind of would indicate hate that if they were trading above it they should have traded down as all their peers traded down. But secondly like if you're running a real five year development plan and you're spending capital in line with the plan plan and you're producing cash flow in line with the plan like models. Don't change that much. I mean this is what people forget about the oil and gas industry update take the model update the model update them. All there is no update the model the Rock is a rock type curvature that type curve. They don't change if you're not lying like the reason. One Energy was successful was because I had declined declined every horizontal well in every oil base in the United States by myself so I know in every township and every block in every area what the EU you are per foot has been. I know that since two thousand sixteen with the exception of the Balkan well performance in every other base has flatlined so completions are not changing the results. So I know what you are foot is I know what the IP's are. I can build type curbs and I know what the spacing assumptions are based on volume metrics. That's how one energy worked so you know again. One of the should never have come up on twitter. Certainly wasn't me but like one energy wasn't lucky the the way you have success in oil and gas as you by smart and the way you buy smart is you have really good assumptions and you do the work and then you work your ass off. So that's what we did based on me. Declining every single well in every single oil-based and in the United States. So when you do that and you buy right you end up doing okay okay. There we go so zillow. Emergency Smog. PODCASTS I hope Alpa was enjoyable You Know I. I don't want to come across as angry vindictive around the twitter people I get it I like it. I was off twitter since January and I jumped back on November because I see it is like a thermometer is that when people are talking very negatively very positively. It's sort of a sentiment indicator of what's going on and how how people are seeing the world. I think that that's very valuable. I think there's a lot of really good articles and there's a couple people. I fell out there that just post really smart intelligent stuff including the anonymous people. And so you know I'll give credit to the people who are being reasonable. I think it's great and and and again. Just throw in there. This podcast is not intended to be defensive in any way no not at all it really is an opportunity. I mean I mean if there are people out there that have say hey look you know you have your molly of mine and I've been working with whoever for X. amount of time and and you know it's crushes at every time love to see it. Yeah love to see it one hundred because we can always stand to learn a little bit. Yeah I mean look this this is the method you know what I own Some people on twitter even know how much I own And so I mean judge me the the I I have about the people who are doing that so I mean you're going to see I either did really well. And then everyone's going to say man. I listed wish I even though it's not investment advice. That was really smart theory that I should do for myself and if I get crushed than everyone is going to be like. Look you idiot. That's that's just the way the world goes but That's that's how I'm investing the Ramstein would hedge fund so there you go awesome. Okay well So what's coming up next. Are we in a position where we can kind of play that out a little bit. Yes so you know on this topic in more of a granular dive into into SEC reserves. We're going to have a reserve auditor. Come on and talk through the methodology and and sort of you know. Give some color to to what that process looks like. I think thing that can be good. I'm working on getting some commodity traders advisors to come on to talk about how they see the market and how they gauge the market and how they interpret what they're seeing being in terms of price action. The that's going to be good episode. There's a couple of CEOS from companies that have recently sold that we're working on getting on the show We'll continue with our ten minute. Hot takeover your commute to kind of catch you up on the previous week's news and be able to get to the office Monday morning with a little bit more knowledge Asia and then yeah. I mean viewers viewers who listeners. Who Want to you know? Have US explore concepts. Shoot US an email. Let us know what we want. Or what you WanNa hear here and I think I think it's GonNa be fun and then hopefully this is a good format. Hopefully it's educational. Hopefully it's entertaining and We'll continue to grow and listener listener input and put the best way for us to give you what you want and so on that note. Please submit any questions that you may have to. D R W at hot take the day DOT com. And we'll be able to at least take a look at that and go through the men and address them throw them out Chico and I think also that's a good point the website website is out. WWW dot heartache of the day Dot Com and on that we've now got almost one hundred percent of the archive posts and so this is into stuff like revisionist history going back..
"chris callen" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday
"What's up everyone DFW here. I'm very lucky to be joined in our I live. CEO Interview you with the CEO of Calvin Ventures. Chris callen Chris. Welcome to the show. Thanks and Not as always but certainly a lesson learned producer Glen. You're you're back back after the last Sound buckle eight hours of editing to make everyone sound good Thought we'd bring the source so Chris so I remember I woke up. I December seventeenth. I'm sure today that you remember but I woke up and I was like okay. Who the hell is Cowan ventures? And why in the hell are they buying Barnett. Ah Gas assets and I actually one of one of your One of the people who work here Knows me and called and said hey before you write right something horrible about us on heartache. I just WANNA walk you through a couple of ideas and so I said well I mean if we're going to get a podcast. There's nobody better to have on than than the horse to got to give it to a straight. So let's start with the Devon barn deal. I know I know it hasn't closed yet. So there's GonNa be things you can't say but gas thesis Devon y you like that asset and tell I'll tell listeners what what that asset is. Yeah so you know first of all. We're very bullish on gas. Obviously and we think natural gas is sort of the unsung hero of hydrocarbons and energy for the world. And when you really look at what natural gas offers the planet. It's pretty amazing. And I think a lot of people focus very much on either oversupply if they're in the financial community you know there's too much gas coming from everywhere or if you're if you're more on the green side it's still hydrocarbon. It's still producing carbon releases methane and there's things about that aren't perfect and there's no perfect fuel first of all. Let's let's be honest even if you have a renewable to make batteries a lot of acid and by the way when the sun's not shining there's no energy right so There's there's no perfect field. Let's just agree on that. And then and then say well what is natural gas bring to the table. I think it offers something. That is incredibly robust. It can be used as a transportation. TATION fuel a heating fuel electricity generator And it's it's cheap. It's really cheap and that's important because it makes the US competitive and makes the world economies more competitive that creates jobs It's relatively clean So you know for the same amount of energy you can burn you know forty to fifty percent less carbon It's becoming very transferable in the form of liquefied natural gas and so it can be moved all over the planet relatively cheaply than it's ever been And and right. Now it's it's it's really coming into its own. And so we believe the decade of two thousand twenty onward is really a decorative natural gas really decide about that with regards the Barnett. Artistes is really about Finding I will betting on natural gas and then secondly betting on assets which have very low risk profiles the Barnett that was the first real unconventional. That's where it all started the grandfather of all kind of unconventional place and it was we looked around In our portfolio we really felt a we needed. Ah Stool Leg to the stool We needed Play that we could have low risk on the Producing a lot of horizontal wells. For over fifteen ears with that means is you have huge predictability statistical predictability on the declines. It gives us real certainty around what we're going to produce and if you think where that gas is going to go to Ellen G in large part yeah what do you need for Ellen g you need real predictable supply because the country's importing that Japan are paranoid of not having cargos whereas if your country runs on it so we think it makes a lot of sense we bought it we think is a competitive price. Devon wanted to books more on oil we want to go into gas. It was a win win win sort of deal and I think it's going to get to make a lot of money in the future because there's still huge reserves there okay so so that's great because that I think tees up a lot of the the places I wanted to go so thank you for that. Let's start with a little bit more about count and venture so this is in your only asset you are bullish gas. You've been building a gas portfolio. Leo Talk to us about the other asset. The Pre Devon asset what that is where that is and off versus non op and how that positions you for the natural metro gas revolution. Which you know I definitely agree? Natural gas has to be the fuel of the future in terms of providing energy. And what we'll talk about is what happens at two dollars and twenty cents so let. Let's I started with a little bit. More about Calvin benchers. Yes so this company is sort of a a dream opportunity where bond who got together and we'll talk about bond pure investor from Thailand Cool and Power Company company that wanted to get into. US Gas But I started the company with my wife. Two thousand fourteen. How does that I I my wife? She would definitely not work with me she absolutely he doesn't WanNa come on the podcast house working with your wife. You know it's sort of it's bittersweet if I can say that my wife is really a good counterweight to me because I'm a very very extreme personality and so she sort of keeps me sane at the same time you know when we kind of get on loggerheads about something it really is. It has a a spillover effect into your marriage so is there. Is there like I disagree with you in. You're on the couch tonight. Has that ever happened. Probably not the couch but go stay in the base a long time before you come to that I think look with my wife and I. We've sort of come to peace about how we work together. I think from her side. It's really about supporting the business business being there when she needs to be And then giving me a lot of like sage you know. Hey I know you well enough to know how to respond advice sort of thing and I think that's her role all right now You know and then we decided to this business just because she knew that I was a serial entrepreneur and I had to do something right. I had all these ideas consultant. I needed to go out and say it was Kinda like that. That episode of Seinfeld were George Decides to do everything opposite of what he should do day and it worked out really well. Ah worked a lot of fortune. Five hundred companies decided. I've got a list of things have not to do what I'm GonNa do the opposite of those and see what happens and that's the that's the sort of the genesis of the company here. We're we're not going to have a lot of bs around hierarchy We're GONNA we're allow really rapid decision making and we're not going to We're not gonNA tolerate just just doing things because that's what everyone's done and and we're going to think out of the box and so that's sort of the genesis of the company We got together. With Bon Bon credible investor we put together this portfolio really mentioned in in northeast Pennsylvania. And we were. Our history is contrary to everything we've done is like contrary might I'm country like my whole upbringings. Contrary Half Thai half Canadian my wife's from Colorado my kids grew up in Denver. My son was born in Bangkok. It's like nothing right right. And so everything we do a little bit off off from the beaten path if you will but We started the company. We thought it would be great to look at assets all over the United States. We looked at every play forty of them and we. We landed on northeast Pennsylvania and we were like at the time it was two thousand and fifteen and we're looking for stuff that we could buy that made economic sense. Meaning you can by it you can produce it and you get a return all through the cycle not like funny money half cycle partial cycle. Let's exclude GNA Sort of math. Right I mean it's like let's put all the numbers together at everything up. What did you make what did you? What did it caution to make that? And then what's the cash flow. And what are you generate and northeast. Pennsylvania was one of those plays where we're like. We found this hidden gems. Sort of like moneyball right you sort of get out there. You look at the math and you say well wait a minute. This thing is making money and is that position and an operator position or non opposition so we started off. Yeah and then we decided we gotta go operate. Yeah and and we were. We were this thesis that not the way to go and the problem was was a lot of the operators that we were working with just weren't doing what we consider rational economic decision. They were filling ft or filling FT. They were highly really lever. They had other priorities going on as a non opera. You're sitting there saying this doesn't make money. Why why are you doing this or let's do this? It does make money right. They're like no we. I can't do that because of X Y and Z reason. Now my recollection and I haven't spent a ton of time on the Marcellus because I have quite honestly until December seventeenth. I hadn't spent a lot of time in the last year thinking talking about natural gas. The old thesis certainly two thousand twelve thirteen was your closest all the markets in in the US and therefore you were getting premium and yet you know Marcellus. Gas has really grown from what three day to kind of thirty thirty five days. Since two thousand ten and that premium I think has has turned into a discount correct and so then then you also have to twenty gas so to twenty gas with some level of discount. I know the Marcellus. Is You know the gas play clearly. The gross shows Teja do the economics work and what should investors and listeners. Expect Twenty Twenty as gas days to twenty. The winter. Hasn't been called storage is on average but you know. There's probably an argument in April. The look at a dollar fifty dollars sixty dollars seventy two two guys shut in gas. How do you see the gas market evolved Paul from a pricing? Because I agree with you. It is the fuel of future but at two twenty less discount. It's hard to see how those economics worked so curious your thoughts. You're very close to it. Yeah I kind of look at gas. where the airline industry was sort of in the early two thousands right had too many carriers too much supply in the market and everyone just has got out there and tried to sell more seats cheaper? And so what does that do to airline prices like redick. He could fly to like across the country for a couple of hundred bucks right. We were less right and so that was just not sustainable and so what happened to. The industry consolidated people added things like economy plus and they took out of the market. And and then things stabiliser. Now you look at routes and you're like okay. I can check between southwest and united in the same price basically ray gases like that the reason we are struggling not because of the demand you know what people forget is demand is growing actually very fast and low prices stimulate more demands from a market perspective. If I wasn't an investor I'd say low prices are the best thing for us right now because we're getting the demand growth that we've wanted in gas happening but the problem is there's a number of producers out there that are really struggling and in order for them to keep the numbers up as prices. Go down the only way the only lever they really have is to produce more and in fact that exacerbates the situation. If you look at northeast Pennsylvania for example or even Appalachia as entire play area producers. There are all a lot of them majority. Very sick they're over levered. They're under way way more. Fte Or firm contracts and they can sustain They've got huge shareholder pressure and threat to dollar gas. What does that? What does that imply that implies we need consolidation it implies we need some bankruptcies to happen? Rank is to get out of the market and we just need to start stop producing you know when you see people still drilling in this market. That's your sign of a sick nick industry right because a two dollar gas. I can tell you no play makes money. You know gastro directed play an oil play trying to drove oil shirt. But if you're drilling for gas at two dollars and you you think that's making money then. I'd like to see that math. Because we're in some of the best rock northeast Pennsylvania. And I can tell you. We're not drilling next year. Yeah so I mean aid that I totally agree with you. I mean I've I've felt that our industry people talk about a crisis of low commodity prices. And I say it's a crisis balance. She's and that exactly on the gas side. I remember two thousand six being around the rockies and CBS them that the amount of firm transport firm transport is is like basically a company killer the crack cocaine cocaine and amazing. It's still amazing to me that people like you..
"chris callen" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Out and we'll do like whatever roller I think except I think more than anything he just wants he. He wants to wade retirement tour so bad. I think that's really the only thing he wants. I don't blame him I think he just misses playing basketball. Ascot Ball like I. I think that whole Houston thing. Didn't sit right with them because I think he was like. I'm better than Chris. Paul I'm better than PJ Tucker we'd probably wasn't but I think in his mind minded like that. Yeah that's fine but I think in his mind he believed that new eight and even if he believed that and was wrong. Like I stole that like I'm just just getting cut. You read off his numbers and he's like thirty one games for that team. Probably as he's had good Games also say it hit me when Joe said the the drill was also very disgruntled with the way his time in Houston ended so I was like. What is it with these guys going in there? And it's I don't know if it's like the Houston coach. Like not only. Did they lead. They left onto horrible circumstances. Listen I'm sure when we get Chris Paul on here. If he ever doesn't doesn't just beat me up immediately. Hail say he was disgruntled without his time in Houston ended. I'm GonNa tell us that once Russell Westbrook gets gotten out of there. Yeah we'll find it hard team cancer. All Wow I gotta say mellow got back in a League for cabinet. That's rough. Yeah he left it more recently though also a hall of fame players. I don't know who's I don't know which side of the later that that goes on. Yeah it was this January. It'll be three years years since cap last played three. I mean that's assuming he doesn't get signed by this very official and very fair on the day. Yeah on Saturday. which is a very non traditional scouting day? A lot of thirty two year old getting pro days. Yeah on the days of college football and were guys are scouting team. They're about to play tomorrow and the next week most aren't Tuesday they wouldn't let him reschedule to that. I do know that the NFL normally hold events were thirty two Yo free agents that they've blackballed added leagues. This is just far for the court. Yeah well I saw I saw someone talking about it. And they were like James Host free agents all the time all the time often but the league usually doesn't throw in a vet for free agent and the fact that teams are calling the league to check. act like what's going on here makes it seem like they're asking their permission to go as opposed to just going which makes it feel very collusion collusion e. No I know come on man it's troublesome I say you know who's leading this workout. Jay Z you wish daisies gay mom. That's one of the names. Yes Jaycees Gamov Mom Hugh Jackson and Joe Philbin two coaches that have completely failed their way out of the NFL in charge of getting Colin Kaepernick. Back in the NFL. They're going to have them like ponting like e back into the NFL. Going call from a little bit are going to have them like I snap. Take a knee. Everyone's guy remember this guy to I saw. Aw One one. Legitimate reason for a team might sign them. It's a team that really doesn't have a backup quarterback and it's a team that just got torched by by Colin Kaepernick's last offensive coordinator and it's the New England patriots. Them just bring him in specifically for the chance that Oh if we play ball tomorrow we'll have at least a week to practice against a Lamar Jackson type. Guy Who literally knows the offense inside and out will that happens zero percent chance but I thought it made logical Michael Sense. You're not a chance. Was You know the dog play Bingo. Andy Dalton play Lamar Jackson Scouting. That's how much teams don't give a fuck about Scotland Edge. Just go the Andy. Dalton played Lamar Jackson. But I also think it makes sense for the ravens to just be like. Oh Yeah we'll just sign him. Occasional markets are home home. It's been made since the second like once you committed to the my Jackson honestly and get his court like they pick Greg Roman because he had experienced building around mobile. Oh quarterbacks once you went out yeah it kicked the tires at the very least but boy. Oh boy this is this just stinks I duNno I I. It's kind of damned if you do damned if you don't situation on cap if he says no oh they're like oh say he doesn't want to get back and that's exactly. We gave them this chance of more than thirty six months after the initial accusations and he turned us down who would have to high style. People say like but people finally coming around while all these terrible quarterbacks with multiple people memento a man. You don't know about the circus he's GonNa Bring Arcus Eric. Eric read steel. Neal's if I'm not mistaken because I know before before the show. He said he was going to continue to do so so I'm assuming he still does anytime they ask about cap. He talks Sobat freely or anything freely and I don't feel like he's been like a media circus so I don't know what the show. Yes so this the media circus. It's like going Luke Falk out there and play quarterback that's a that's attracting media. Attention is also currently suing the jets for getting thrown out there like he's doing the jets for them playing him malpractice. You know I and Damn business did you see quincy unknown was thread. They just went out. No Oh boy also quincy on the show. I'm down with that. He the not to Brag also but he Kyodo he He said I normally chill putting issues on twitter at. This doesn't sit right with me. Mine and the next one he does he post the he's like I've seen the tweet Just having a little sex brough hit me right and so No he goes given everything. That's going on around the team. I thought this could have been handled so many different ways of spent my time with the team trying to build pulled myself up to be dependable and hard working so this shit hearts this shit being a picture he posted of it appears to be a TV screen in the training room. It just says in big red letters player fines at the top of it quincy noon. Twenty seven thousand nine hundred dollars for mistreatment. He's out he's on the I. R.. He cannot play. This year is next to it. I miss those two days because I took my veteran. ALL CAPS wife out for veterans day launch. And because I had to handle an emergency in my house I let the team know this after the fact and yes I should have told them beforehand but I feel like this was an excessive talking about the fine. I'm on the trying to get back to play so I never thought that they'd be worried about me messing but obviously I was wrong. The biggest reason it hurts is that I'm on the for the second time my career from the doctor told me I have a fifty fifty chance of coming back to play. I shouldn't even have to shouldn't even have have to be in the building being reminded every day of what I can't do. This shit feels like punishment already and then they find me the Max And then they want me to continue to do my rehab up there and if I get healthy they want me to play. Then they want me to then play for them after. I'm not writing this for sympathy and never wanted to even say anything but when multiple teammates they're coming up to me saying it's fucked up I don't care to sit on it anymore Say He's not like I looked up the picture that why would you. Why would organization do? What a good organization? You play your. Yeah they don't boy master with his Untold Stories series. He has Chris callen it but Chris Johnson just went on there the other day. He told the story about That had to do with fines and what they do is is on Wednesday. They just put an envelope in your locker. It's like that's not like calling everyone out. That's not in big red letters with just your name on it and especially when like yeah most guys. I feel like when I hear. NFL guys around the office and stuff talk about like being hurt. They talk about it like your ghost. That just happens to float around no one talks to you and it sucks so to be a ghost and to be jets ghost and you might never play a football again. And then they take thirty grand out of your pocket when you might not be seeing. NFL money veteran wife. I Yeah we've had to play the truth. It's true I I assume I don't. I don't think he's lying but him. Playing the troops guide makes the jets. Looks so much worse. I don't think the jets could look again. It's in this in Washington stuff like this. And the Trent Williams over like wow. I can't believe these teams bad year after year. I can't believe it. I cannot believe that the seahawks aren't going through something right now about a player on I are finding. He got fined fifty two who interview zero in the training room. I can't believe that the Ravens and the Patriots aren't conducting business just like this unreal right. It's Real Sean. The Patriot does not do all the all. The patriots scandals are like mad. They they really tried to win better. I'm fine with those scandals. This stinks lay. This is terrible this like I really think we're going to. I think we're GONNA have one more people start like allying. John Elway like saying they're not going to a place but to not only not quarterbacks are going to start doing it I think. Right now if by Chechen comes out and he goes three to Washington he might just be like no diseases like note like are they call his bluff because if he's like outweighed a year do buy them. I'm not going to like somebody if somebody's really going to do it. And I think that's what it's GonNa take but I really think somebody these guys are getting smarter and smarter man the only other player. I can remember doing that is SPO Jackson. And he's then he's the only one I can. And he's the only non quarterback and he. He obviously had the luxury of. I don't know playing professional baseball but you had.
"chris callen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Take a look at the website, you'll be amazed WWW dot D. R C, A, L dot net. Okay, phone lines are open. If you'd like to call in to ask a question you could do so right now, one eight hundred eight four eight WABC. This is Dr Chris Callen pay listing to the Optima health program. The phone number for the office is five one six seven nine four zero four zero four. And the phone number for the garden city office is I rather, the plain view office is five one, six four three, three three two, three two, and you can chat with the staff, and you can make your appointment. As I say, we try to put as much information on the site as possible or constantly, adding to it. We're trying to create a large area or basis of knowledge. To be able to teach people the reality of what's occurring. And what options you have the decisions that you could make to help to keep your body healthy to do better? Over time. Overwhelmingly in seeing patients. They've fallen off the, the yellow brick road, for example, and either they're eating poorly. They've gained weight to blood pressure's up diabetic it cetera. And then correcting will of these markers once we test were getting people back to where they need to be on that path. And creating health wellness function ability weight loss getting people off meds. And they typically say. And this is not my comment. This is what I've seen many thousands of times, like, feel like the twenty years younger. That's because they've had a twenty year slide away from where they were when they were healthier. So very important to learn about your body. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC you'd like to call in to ask question. He could do so now, one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two..
"chris callen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wow. These are very serious time to very very serious. And despite the prayers of about forty percent of the audience Bill still alive and. The other sixty percent. We were praying really hard for you forty percent not so much, but Willie you're laughing. You're alive, your heart. Your heart is all and I it's an incredible story. I we were talking a little bit over the weekend. And I love it because penny the people's judge was hovering over your shoulder. When I was talking to to allow you. I think she gave me it was like an inmate thing. She gave me like two minutes to talk that was it. And she cut you off. Jiminy cricket on my shoulder, all my life. But it is Jimmy creek. And this is like the executioner saying put your neck in the block going to chop it off if you do anything. So I said, look, I I gotta get out. I want to get back in the game. I'm ready to go. And so I'm in some trial for this. A Arctic valve replacement surg- surgery to bring people up to speed you were born much like the Grinch where they heart that was two sizes too small, and what they did was it didn't manifest later seriously later in life your little short short of breath. And you said, wow, this isn't quite right. I need to go. Get a check out which is a credit to you. Because most guys don't do that kind of stuff you found out that you have what's called a bike husband Vail. Basically, if you look at your heart valve owner, develops there's three what are called leaflets in their one two three and L work in unison almost like a if you look at the I don't know if you're looking at your sink, and you got a garbage disposal that thing that you stick the food down into its. You can get down, but doesn't come back. That's kind of what they do. And they they pulse in unison. That's what helps flow the blood through its available. You are born with two of those which is called a bike hospit- instead of try bid. And then you learn that one of those leaflets are failing right? Correct. You know, more about this than I thought it began to Chris Callen for at the froze game about eight years ago when I was sixty sixty two sixty three. You say you ought to body scan. I thought I need to scan. He gave me a kiss cow college. Then give me a gun. I probably wouldn't have. Of course, I could have froze Gan, and they do painting, I heart and lungs and the doctor said after about two days get the results, you know, you have a bike company valve. And I said what does that mean? I've run your city marathon. I did Bermuda. I go. I what what was that? What you got to leave? I said you better go see a cardiologists. So a friend of mine kind of a country club with being characterised. And I knew his dad there and I did with him now. And then he said, it will come and see me I gave him a call when he said you have a by custody. Now, what does that mean? Well, probably you gotta get it replace some point in the future. Let's do cat scans once a year a year ago, he's doing every six month about six months ago. So we do this every ninety days because it's becoming chronic. What is calcified what it is? Is that one of your leaflets close completely shut and the other one is? Only open about about a half an inch. And then he said it was a quarter inch. Then he said in January. It was an eighth of an and I said, well, I and he said to me, well, we gotta get it replaced. We've got to offers a and b what they say is open heart surgery. Cut open your chest crack your ribs. Stop your heart your lungs, go in your heart out. No, no, come back the way I said, and you're in the hostile about a week recovery. Time is four to six weeks. You'll have affects for six months, and I said what's beat gimme fee? Be is something called trans catheter a Arctic valve replacement. We go up your artery. And you go home the next day. I said doc what I gotta do. I said be. I gotta get trial Medicare insurance won't pay for this. Because there's not accepted by the FDA yet to get a new trial. You have to be like a test be like a rabbit. You gotta get in the trial and the last thirty days, I've gone through blood tests and all kinds of I had I heart cath, Erin. And so he said, okay, you qualify. I go in Thursday, six thirty AM. We have the replacement of scheduled for nine thirty. I'm all for table by eleven AM. And I'm home at eleven AM on Friday. And I'm home watching watching Fox News. And I eat what I want you to do. Now, you promised me you signed the agreement you're in the trial that me seven days, a no work every every, you know, every three months after they come back for another echo. We have to prove that this procedure works and that's defective. And then eventually it'll be paid by Medicare. They'll be paid. Now, if you're in program, if you don't I'll do whatever you tell me to do I will do right. And so I I'm keeping a low profile. I watched a lot of golf, I watch basketball, and I'm supposed to not do a whole lot until Friday of this week if the by concert Vail didn't kill you. Surely you not being on the radio for week. I got twenty bucks in my pocket. Says you ain't gonna make the rest of the week. You'll be to deal and my wife has on me. I can't drive for a week. I got you know, my diet has been fine. They did the coronary artery man, I got out of that thinking of all of my heart, doesn't it doesn't happen. So you said you're not gonna die of a heart attack. All you gotta do you want to tell you to do. And I said being Gary, I'll do whatever you. But you sound great. You didn't they said you're going to have even more energy than before? Right. He said before you didn't have as much energy as your and now, I really is though anything son you're going to be like in the movie math. Jim Carey bouncing off walls. You gotta be kidding me. He knows the lack of energy of the past six my heavy. You're not I said, no, I'm not noticed. I shall age twice in Florida recently. And I said he said, no, this thing's about the shutdown. I what it means shut down. He said well that little flap. That's the only one the to open one b is to stop your heart will be filled with blood won't go out. And that your heart will start beating to two hundred times a minute. You'll lose consciousness within about a minute. Then in five minutes, you'll be debt. And I said, what do you mean debt is that like death? I said you mean death. I'm going to die. He said, you gotta die. Right. I'm gonna die. You're gonna done. You. Gotta be kidding me. Bill. You're going to die. If you don't have this done. I said doc, I I'll get it done. I'll do plan B. But I gotta fit it in between my trip to Florida in February. I got red opening day. He said, we'll do it. You're doing April the four that I'll do it. And now I'm alive, and well, I got more energy than I've ever had. I ready to get I want to get back at the fight. You can't you can't say twenty bucks. You ain't gonna make till Friday. It's impossible. Let alone your national show which out include there in part of the week as well. So week from today. Bill Cunningham Godwilling, godspeed you should be back in the big chair. Yeah. Yeah. Last night. Gary Jeff Walker the Arab parent called me. And I was on with an eleven five last night. When penny was sleeping, but please don't tell her. I won't I won't. Well, no one was listening. But anyway, on that regard to the guy who was honestly penny had to I got this report. Maybe you didn't hear because you're out of it. He was hovering around the the hospital and the surgery area stepping on the oxygen hose, he's trying to do everything he could kill you. Because he wants to go on during the day not at night. Gary Jeff Walker. Yeah. No, he's in it for himself. They heir-apparent, but maybe more a little more serious. If I hit not, oh, I didn't have a white when we came back from Florida like January two ten she said, you're gonna go see him. And I said why because I had minor symptoms. I mean, shortness of breath. Yes. And I- tribute to my age. I had a little bit of dizziness. And I thought well, I had some allergies. And so it wasn't so serious. Like, oh my God. I gotta go back and see gene quicker. No one like that. And she stayed on me and on me on me all right to hell with others. Sam January thirty first that's when he told me gave me that death thing. And I said are you serious? Because I I'm not that bad. He said, no, you are you're symptomatic. And it only gets worse. It could cope or couple months in fall off. Our could great great all the way down. And you you won't wake up one night. That's how people each has caught a heart attack. People dropped out of this. These things called heart attacks, I've been around for a while not really medically well known, but. It's incredible. And I'll seriousness to with the ball. Boston aside. Here is is that the message is this. If you're a guy we are bad about going to the doctor ignoring symptoms. It's looked at as a sign of weakness you, and I've had this conversation a few times. I said, look, I know my body best is I can I don't know if something's really wrong. I'm not going to excuse it. I know a little bit about medicine enough to get around in. I know the signs at your body's giving you relative to things that could end your life. My mom who is oddly enough today starting her here a T cell infusions show the other night, she I've taken her for her her biweekly. And she said, yeah, I sleep last night. She said, Well, I I don't know. I would feel that good. I my chest hurt, and I had a hard time breathing. So I took a half a tram mom if your chest hurts, it's not a muscle. Pull your heart muscle. You could have died from that it could have been hard issues. Now, you're giving yourself. An opiate. What the hell are you think and other woman who's under medical supervision and drugs and say, so she's not thinking clearly, but that's the kind of stuff guys do all the time we go. I it's just a muscle pull. Well, it's a heart attack is what it is in the next thing. You know, everybody that's your funeral. And we don't we don't treat ourselves. We don't take care of ourselves as well. As thank God. We have women in our lives that are smarter than we are. When it comes to such things is keeping an eye on us and kicking us in the ass and tell us where where to go, and what to do one last thing Sloan, and that is that when when I was told January thirty first I had to have this done. I called everybody. I knew in February because I thought okay, am I at the right place. I got a hold of the Cleveland Clinic, I called Hannity put me in touch Newark price material, and I talked to some real shakers and movers in town to fly anywhere in the world for their medical care, and then to and at the end of the process, I stayed in Cincinnati because dean carry on. Arcus and cry hospital has done eight hundred of these and I talked with dean, and I said dean, all my buddies are telling me to do this do that. And and and and I want to stay in Cincinnati, right? By the way, I have a call on my landline from Christ hospital, you better take that let me take this call..
"chris callen" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Can I just give you a Chris Kazahstan super starts require? Well, last four is a two winners on the on the all weather as I said in the last five full seasons so seat of five and a half seasons until ni- over jumps. He's a one winner from a hundred and two runners lowered. So I can I'm not I'm not I'm not having a dig at Chris Callen here. Now. Mir sounds like you're saying he's rubbish. Well, Chris Kelly does not have does not have any any. Decent horses in Asia are fundamentally that's not that's been the biggest problem. But I think the thing is that he has. He had some success years ago. He had a guy in his yards is big Leicester City fon who won the lottery. I'm voting horses. We run in Leicester City colors on behalf names. Like is it Mosey? I suspect I suspect. There's a fair amount of money became available for facilities and stuff there. But just you know, Chris has been able to attract the horses, the hasn't, you know, he's not we're not looking to huge number when you think about one hundred and two runners in new winners, you're looking you know. Only six rumours this season, which is only fourteen runners the previous since you just looking at two or three horses really on moderate horses. But by definition of UC horse has going to Chris Kelly. You don't go this'll be winning the Gold Cup next season. Then lift you assume you assume that remorse to end up with a trainer restaurant. Let's to get good horses of the must be a problem with a horse in these gotta cheaply. Out of the handicapper is filled with that kind of thing as well. And and giving more Selena mar there's an interesting ploy. So here's one for you. Do you think that Derek Connor having ridden minis point to point and having ridden him to victory for Henry Oliver will write him in the Kim? You're. Depends. What do you think Ludlow was the was the job itself? Whether in Muir is always been the target. It has to be an interesting one. You'll be amazed. If you're old enough she really anyway. He will have other options. But you know, it looked very interesting name appears I mean you down. Well, he won't be twenty five to one with Mr. Tia next him in the in the card, but yes, there'll be other options for for Jerry horses BB associated with at home as well. So a seems unlikely, but it still looks very interesting. He's gone into the bet. That's just it's it's too interesting..
"chris callen" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Huge dream by you mentioned in your piece today, Kevin abide the differential even in high. Gordon Elliott horses are handicapped by the British handicapper compared to William Mullins horses and everybody else won't view going to take a foot of Chris Keller. You're not going to think twice vice you look at this horse on he's been he's been well beaten us, I who starts to investors. You don't think could this be applause someone trying to go? You know, he's moves. He's moved to Chris Callen. Maybe he's on problems. There's not a huge amount of money involved. You just take their owns of fine. You know, the horse diamond they in the whizz on all of a sudden. You know, you have a slight change like this makes them look very interesting on this clearly more to come from him. It's hard to way as foremost, but he's surly on exposed. He's a front runner as well. We've seen horses make all rolling in this in the past to the to the last three winters. I think it'd be running. Yeah. Mr. Peterson doomsday book. Undo debate was a massive one of the biggest choke. She'll see here forty one poke should in on such hundreds two years ago. But yeah, he got into a rhythm over. This course in distance in the Kim year, you can be hard to peg by. So he seems to have a few things going from. This is proper interesting. I'm like like, I'm getting to the point here where I'm thinking this source is going to spiral from twenty s and to be honest about it. I'm going to be completely honest. But I'm doing it right now. Right. This second. I'm doing a bit. I'll tell you exactly what I'm doing. I'm doing Lookie sixty three on on kill firm cross whiskey sour for the Karla, sir..
"chris callen" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"The smart money's uncover will be gambler way to eighteen any second now. Oh, here we go. Here we go. Again, he is currently heading the betting for the Kim Muir. Whispering the breeze in eligible. He's a shortest eight to one with some firms. You can get sixteens blow by blow is also in here. Take him out. He's not eligible come on. It's all guesswork tend to one measure of my dreams tend to on now. Mcginty sixteens impulsive star sixteens. The name escapes me the legendary play course sixteen to one as well. Sorority? The Kim you're it's very important of the right? Kind of jockey in this race. We've talked about that several times before who is currently interesting you in the market. There are. Want to tell you that you mentioned there that this strange mind? Let me let me rule through my fails. I mentioned nine again for the Altima. He's always in this. And I think the longer trip would probably probably system there as well. On. I'd certainly I wouldn't mind having him my side as I said, he's he's a horse that I've that I've always lights is a full brother died London from not very good line. On his foes, a Novus? But some he loved. He won't be disgraced. I'd certainly how fame on the on the show a scam. Fight him on the list. I'm looking at your call. You're reading Thursday must be rice. There's one there's one very old one. I got to give this a mentioned just because it's really kind of left field kill film cross a horse that no one would known anything about s-. Only a week or so ago would not have been in anyone's list for Cheltenham, this was a horse who was trained by Chris Kelly. Think owned by the Chris Callus colors as well blind stables, but he he made his debut for Henry Oliver at Ludlow last week in an amateur riders chess. All when you go the normally, the usual array of amateur rioters, Derek Comber. Yeah. Was drafted into Risa on. He was pumped it off the boards into six. So he's only one by neck in the end. But that probably gets him in the race. I believe a dairy roadway. One is when he wants points. And I thought that was a very strange. Shift of stables, I can indeed confirm that he he was second on him on his second start in the point to point and with Derek on board. And then Derek one on his next start on the point to point. He went to shame as Jurassic. Two on great tricks. More and great tricks to Kim Bailey. Then Christopher Kelly and now within over. So he's bounced around this when he was with Chris Keller. It was written by Henry Oliver stable jockey. Both his starts when he was signed Lee beaten, which cost him a amok one three two event turns on for Henry Oliver on winds off among when three to in order to get him on the ways to potentially get into the Kim. You're I was a very interesting looking piece of chicanery on some twenty nine on the list. You know, say not sure to get some in. And he's twenty five to one. I'm not, you know, I said he wouldn't have been promising over hurdles, but can Billy as well. But then, you know, you're the first runs over fences, go this change a stable. He went to Chris Cowan he started. He won his final stars last spring in a decent knows for Kempton. He was made fifteen hundred favorite. He makes his debut over fences in a beginner's chess your talks, I won't pricey. Six to four. Oh, you don't stir fifty s fifty to one because all these moved from Kim Bailey to Chris Callen Las knock us. I mean, Chris how many winners is Chris Kellet Hans in the last five seasons. Just trying to get to the bumps trying to get to the bottom of this here because this horse is owned by by debut. Yeah. Yeah. And you go into the website. Now, you know, nothing about the setup. Nabet Chris candidates the trainer for blight stables. Yes. Those ludicrous Celts homeowners. Right. So. Given us no eighty he's had a winner LV enough..
"chris callen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"We're talking about it. Now back to Steve Somers for back with Chris Callen, the medicine hunter, Chris again, your top three ingredients here, the top three superfoods that you say that most people really are missing out on are not only a good green tea, but also curcumin and resveratrol, Fido nutrient from red wine, why are you such a big fan of the the curcumin and the rest virtual Chris. Well, these are these are remarkable agents that have a lot of study behind them. Plus, I mean in the case of tumor recruits thousands of years of use in the five thousand year old Indian ayurvedic system of natural medicine. I'll start with a start with curcumin, or you know, turmeric root. I've been studying this and its derivative curcumin since the nineteen seventies. We know that curcumin is a powerful. Antioxidant. So it protects the cells of our body. We know it has a remarkable capacity to protect the liver. And and as you know, the liver is our primary detoxifying organ, curcumin, also greatly supports joint health. So if people are experiencing joint discomfort due to overuse, or for that matter just due to aging, you know, this really helps to relieve that it's all party oh protective. So it actually helps to protect the heart helps to promote normal healthy cholesterol levels, and this is kind of fascinating curcumin causes our bodies to produce what are known as neuro protective factors in the brain substances that we manufacture in our bodies that actually protect physical brain tissue and the nerves in the nervous system and on the resveratrol side, which you also asked about I'm pretty amazed at how many different things this. Particularly compound does it sound in great wine, grapes. And it's a powerful immune supporter. And as you know, our immune system is responsible for keeping us healthy. So I think you're gonna understand why both curcumin and resveratrol around my berry shortlist of super ingredients. We're talking with Chris Killen medicine hunter green tea CR, by the way, the C stands for curcumin and the R stands for rest virtual Chris. Can you talk a little bit more about this patented curcumin just a little bit? I mean, it's the patented Meriva curcumin with good research behind it for the joints for healthy lipids. Why is that a big deal? Chris. Well, it's a big deal because we age and we hurt. We need something to keep our joints comfortable, we need something. And you talk about healthy liberty. You're talking about healthy cardiovascular system, really. This is a big deal because you know, we need good healthy, comfortable joint. So we can get around as we age, and we need a healthy heart. So that we can stay alive, and what we see is enormous body of science showing that curcumin when it's well absorbed. When it's a good form really does help with these things, you know, the pain that we experienced in our joints from overuse, making sure that we can manage our cholesterol, and our blood lipids. This is all very important to us as we talked about earlier in the show, Chris millions of us struggle with dieting, I know that now this activated green tea though in your green tea CR this. This is amazing. And it got my attention to in a clinical study it delivered. If I'm not mistaken, two times, the weight loss with diet and exercise Chris that that's amazing. Tell us about that clinical study, would you? Well, this was yeah. This was kind of fascinating. This was one. Eight hundred people overweight. One half was given the specific green select green tea extract that we use in our green tea CR product, the other half or given a placebo. Everybody was put on a somewhat calorie restricted diet. Everybody was put on a modest exercise program, you know, and they were measured for, you know, body mass index, so that's total fat waistline size cholesterol blood sugar levels, triglycerides, the whole bit, and they were monitored from the beginning of this study through to the end they were tested at forty five days tested at ninety days. Here's the bottom line. Everybody lost weight everybody lost weight while but the group that not only had a calorie restricted diet and exercise and took the green tea they lost double the weight. So, you know, we're still grappling with this. But this is quite wonderful. If you. You were trying to reach some sort of weight control gains while I am not suggesting or implying that this is just gonna make you shed pounds entirely on its own. I am saying if you will, you know, engage in a in a more calorie restricted diet a cleaner died if you will do some moderate moderate bit of exercise. This will help you to achieve your weight. You know, your weight goals much more easily. Hey, Chris before we jump in on that better than risk free super special today that I'm excited to tell listeners I dig into the green tea and the hemp oil anti-aging cream just a little bit more in detail because I know you actually you're using it maybe tell the story about how your wife is loving this hemp oil anti aging cream to as well, this is a sixty dollar value. But it's free today with a super special, right? Well, it is free today. You know, first of all I have to say in general, I'm not a big fan of creams and Loesch. Because they usually leave a film and are the ill a little sticky and enjoy that. So when I got this. I thought you know, it's probably going to be the same thing with me. And I I took some out a little jar. And I put it on my skin, and honestly, Steve it absorbed instantly. There was no residue. There was no like stuff on the surface of my skin beautiful around material all entirely from natural essential oils and also help with skin health. I have two little jars of this. And I had my wife Zoe try one 'cause she immediately absconded with one jars. Know she's fussier than I am with creams. Great stuff. It really is a very luxurious. It is based on hemp oil. It's just pretty phenomenal for the skin it. I personally was very surprised because in general, I just don't care for creams. But this is an exceptional.