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"die tucker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"About the fact that I left my laptop there. That doesn't make sense to me. Local news breaking news Traffic weather depth perspective on news 93.1 kfbk from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon 12 30 Data has with your top stories. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell is again accusing Democrats of holding up a new economic stimulus package. PPP has been taken hostage by Speaker Pelosi. And later, Schumer. McConnell opened the Senate and said Democrats have taken stimulus talks to an all or nothing approach argued the Democrats are seeking to much the economy's still struggling to recover from the ongoing Corona virus outbreak, and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer insisted lawmakers go big with another stimulus bill. Whether we'll be cooling down later this week, and several changes being planned indoors at Lake Tahoe ski resorts as they prepare to reopen While skiing and snowboarding will be much different ski resorts to be limiting capacity. Many are adopting reservation systems Mount Rose, spokesman Travis Bennett says the skiers and snowboarders won't be fazed by the new code with 19 safety measures. He says that we're in face coverings, masks and gloves are part of the normal attire at least outdoors. Heavenly and Northstar, first scheduled to open on November 20th. And the National Transportation Safety Board, revealing some details about that deadly boat fire that happened last year off Santa Barbara Investigator in charge. Adam Tucker said one of the biggest issues they uncovered was a lack of regulations for smoke detection on small passenger vehicles. Our vessels. I should say almost three dozen people died. Tucker said The investigation showed crew members were unable to get the passengers cabin to the casting your passengers cabin due to smoke and fire. Traffic and weather together. And for the traffic part we have Brian Nobles. This report is brought to you by pita freeways Look good around Sacramento. Gotta surface street Concern on south down, Bradshaw wrote a little bit past Florin Road. Couple of vehicles involved in an accident. No one is hurt. Little Lane is blocked..
"die tucker" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"To call so We're we're we Chad comes down. He's fighting Tucker and it's a pretty cool fight like there's Today. He uses tree boots. You know it's a. It's a pretty decent flight at Dale has little hatchet and at the last minute as the you know the log is gonNA saw into Alison. He throws the hatchet to go on the ropes. They're holding her to analog and she can out which I thought was a nice touch because the whole movie Chad has been carrying around that fucking hatchet and throwing it at people. He knows all of his targets except the important ones like every time he throws it at Tucker he never hits And the Hillbilly Right Elbow. Tokyo'S WEAPONS I. I just did what you can't do. Yeah so they run. They run upstairs to try to hide from Chad and they find in the control room and they find an old newspaper and of course. It's the newspaper right on top super convenient right at the newspaper. Bill's been close to twenty years. That's the last newspaper up because you know when there's a murder in your town the first thing to close down the oil mill is the all is the old paper now nobody wants. Nobody wants murder paper. Everyone's paper this birthday card has made it a murder one hundred percent murder paper. You have to. You have to pay more for that. Oddly enough. It's a cream hard. And so they they find this newspaper and they find that the person who actually murdered the kids looks exactly like Chad. That's Chad's Dad and Chad did torture. His mom in kind are the mom. And what Dat Chaz Maria killer the killer from the Memorial Day massacre is Chad's father. He had kept. You kept Chad's mother tortured and raped her and impregnator and then she eventually got out and was institute that shoot institutionalized he gets born Yada Yada so this throws him for a loop because grandma grandma lied to me but this awesome suck you have peppermint candy and your person you tell lies. Grandma butterscotch candies. Graham is always got butterscotch so this might my mother. My grandmother always had this weird lavender candy. There've been like in the shower. I don't like lavender smell little eating it. Gross it's like eating a floor crouse. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go to the wedding and the bouquet chicken or fish. I'll have the bouquet so anyway Graham Allied back to the story and this is when finds out his half Hillbilly Your half like it's a race it's like clowns and children's hospital. It's like a race back in like the night year yet. Late Thirties. Early forties to find out. You had half as like a stigma. Yeah it's Terr- again mirrors on society again. It's a mere two side. But also Dale funds a box of K. meal ta and he throws that at just throws it s Chad As wielding a chainsaw which of course means the camera goes everywhere. It affects his asthma and he ends up falling out of a door yet. Because it's one of those random things that Dale knows. Somebody tells them once. They rattled off the scientific equation for why this works for a for people with asthma. Who Suffer for analogy. I told you I know where things just know. Weird things so chats falling out of a second story window and falls to his death does not fall to his death of the movie. Oh right he ends up doing the report. I totally forgot that part right now with the opening of the movie which actually we didn't talk about was like a little found footage moment where there's a reporter. Anna video cameraman that they. They're showing the the murders and they get jumped and you see a person's have charred base. I forgot about that. That was the opening of the movie. Segalson is stupid that we know has been saying for two hours to channel supposedly to his data not to his death killing more people. You have the reporters come. And they're you know they're reporting on what happened and then it's all and it's all being blamed on Chet. Yes they have been blamed on. It seems to be the work of one. You know psychopathic psychopathic panic. Syncopated a psychopathic killer. The ragtime killer ask data owners are cleared at this point and Dale goes to visit Tucker because Tucker did not die. Tucker just in the hospital. They found his fingers except one is not as possibly to not his figure. One is a lady's fingers and he asks they didn't look this way before did they entails like no great are you. How are you feeling is like I'm really high on prescription medication and Dale brings him a PBR? Which is gift for them. Brings them up and it was cold and straw was his favorite kind of Straw lexicon and he stood up and Su- Tucker asked him. Did you ask out? Allison which was kind of the whole point of his speech. Yeah not only go. Get Allison and save her butt. Get her as your girlfriend and he was like no. I didn't and Tucker was very disappointed. And then Dale says but she's she's really good at bowling so we're going bowling in. There was a cute little moment in Goes in cuts to them bullying and he buys her a pink helmet. 'cause phoned on herself. She's a fucking cloth just she. She got knocked out more often than Giles. Data on Buffy the vampire slayer when he knocked out every episode. She got knocked out seven times in his movie so he bought her a helmet. Which I thought was cute. Hashtag needs a helmet hamster ball. And then they kiss. And there's US kerfuffle in the background because he told one of his other hillbilly bowling friends to go. Hey you think she's out of her league. That doesn't matter. Go Talk to her and be yourself in by herself. BE HIMSELF. I guess that means vigorously Seco- Taper Act quick enough that they are terrified of you so the whole cycle begins again John Tucker and Dale. Yup Guy gets girl. Tucker gets bowling fingers back in a beer waste of space get blown up yes. Toxic people die. That's how how this is. It was it was great anger. Very Fun movie. What is such a shame about this movie buried so they went to? I mean it was all set to be. There is so much about it. It got screening harm weekend. It was so early that a lot of special effects born in yet and still the crowd was chairman. I watched it by myself. Obviously because I'm an isolated. It wasn't as much fun but with the crowd is a great crowd movie. Remember crowds remember that? Yeah I go to Scott Avenue without even without all the gory special effects. It was still really funny and it was a great thing and everybody was very excited for its out and it did the film festival circuits and somebody bought it and they sat on it. Oh Man I hate when that happens. It happens with a lot of good movies now. Oh yeah because these guys are all like they had a whole series plan like we had a secret plan. I'm like you could take these two and plop them into any genre Tucker and Dale vs Mafia Tucker and Dale vs Aliens Jail Versus Musicals. It would have been great. The new ernest.
"die tucker" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Lost out lifelock all right so last night. One of the Evergreen topics of my show for the past few days has been lady important to get this right. It is important to get our public policy response to a viral pandemic right. Why while again not to relitigate yesterday show or the week before but just to hammer home the point that this will become a template for the future. You Know Paul and I were sitting around yesterday. Remember there's always sitting around the kitchen most making some lunch and we were talking about how the danger in the future. If economic shutdowns regardless of the conditions on the ground becomes the defacto response is at any time. Even the whistle of a potential. Pathogen is in the news. Joe is a virus outbreak. In whatever Krog on our Columbia or whatever Cartagena whatever. It may be what's going to happen. The fear of a massive public policy. Potential overreaction or under reaction is going to cause what another collapse in the economy. Ladies and gentlemen we can't look at this simplistically. I get your emails and I read them. I understand I appreciate your feedback. Positive negative I mean it. I'm not kidding. That's why our emails out there but I'm still getting responses from folks who are grossly mischaracterizing. What I'm saying the argument now is in shut the economy down or I want people to die. That's not an argument. Nobody is saying that. Not a reasonable person. We're simply saying what's the threat and has the response to this threat. Been worth the cost. We've imposed on everyone else. Hohmann Jenkins says this much better than I do. I'll get to that later too because I've been trying to find a way to get through to folks about how I think we may have blown it here. Let's go to Tucker last night. He had a great point last night. About how the response to this the public response they off the streets matter of fact. If you don't stay off the streets the government wants people snitching on you now. No I'm not kidding you'll see the end of this cut by the Los Angeles may have embedded in the talker clip where the Los Angeles mayor is encouraging people at the end of it encouraging people to call the cops and rat people out if they're on the street. I'm not joking and Tucker brings up this point but how ladies and gentlemen bonds are being broken here sacred bonds and I'm not sure we can ever rebuild I mean I'm a conservative largely a Libertarian. When IT COMES TO ECONOMIC AND GOVERNMENT ISSUES. So you'd say clearly you don't trust the government. I don't trust anybody so it's not a relevant question but I don't Miss Trusting I don. I am wary. I liked the fact that we have oversight. I liked the fact that we have the ability even with police departments and fire departments even with our military to engage in oversight but I do trust them if some respect me when I get pulled over by police officer automatically assume like Gosh easier to take money or something I mean in some countries. They just happened to be worried about the COPS HERE. So it's not an accurate statement. I do trust the government to some respect with with proper oversight but ladies and gentlemen bonds are being broken altogether. And you can't even go out and walk your dog without worrying about the mayor of Los Angeles incurring courage in your neighbors to call the cops on you. The effects of this are going to be long lasting. I want you to listen to a very very well. Word admitted by Tucker Carlson on exactly this topic and the draconian response to a threat. We haven't even fully understood yet. Check this out. Corona virus dot city dot org slash business violation the expression about switches. Well in this case snitch is get rewards. We want to thank you for turning folks and making sure we are all safe so you just saw the mayor of our second biggest city offering to pay citizens to snitch on their neighbors for among other things daring to go to work. Working is one activity. We've decided should not be allowed jogging fishing golf fine. Being employed a massive threat to public health. We've decided that offices are somehow more dangerous than supermarkets. Far More dangerous the no one has today bothered to explain how snitch have gone from stitches to riches. That sucks Joe knows the saying you see. You didn't even need to be coached on that one. That is if you grew up in the city. I did. Joe knows that hard school hard knocks to the saying he's the mayor is grossly using which is totally inappropriate for that. Is Snatches get stitches? Meaning they ran Anita the cops. That's what he's trying to say but he says uh snitch is get rewards in this case ladies and gentlemen. We're instituting a surveillance state. Now have you thought about Dan? We can't have people violating the curfew. Okay so you want government surveillance state instituted where neighbors are literally calling the police to find people for going out to walking their dogs. You think that's an appropriate tradeoff. I'm just checking now again. If your response to that as well you just want people to die. I'm not the right host for you because that's not what I'm saying you're mischaracterizing you and you're engaging in a simple straw man argument. That is not what I'm say. Obviously right now in the middle of an outbreak of this virus which is deadly for a lot of people. There are going to have to be some control measures recommending that we all go and visit our grandparents in a nursing home while walking around in a public while a pandemic is raging is probably a pretty stupid idea and a reasonable measure that people will understand and won't fracture the bond of government because reasonable people say. That's a reasonable measure calling the cops on your seventy year old neighbor. Who's walking fido outside and having the government give them a ticket because they're walking FIDO while they've encountered no one in public is Kinda stupid. No strikes you maybe as a little bit. Tad Bit unreasonable as these unreasonable measures. Start to pile up. That government bond is being fractured and Tucker brings up a very interesting point here which will cover in this next clip from the same model. It's about eight minutes long but added cut it because I have the time he brings up. Another point has been ever explained to us. How this whole shutdown thing is working. Joe Given the fact that we haven't shut down the grocery stores we can't shut down and we have to eat. I'm not suggesting we should let me be crystal clear unlike that dope at the White House press briefing. Everyone why are we not shutting down to groceries because we gotta eat? Gee I don't know didn't figure that one. Oh Calorie thing. Kilocalories didn't get that but has anyone explained to us the benefit of shutting the economy down while people are still going to the one place. Joe Everybody in the neighborhood goes and as Paula brought up to me. We touch stuff we hand. There's nice thin aisles. Has Anybody explain is so just to be clear? You own a dry cleaning business where you can put gloves on. Put a mask on and ask that your clients come in. Dropped their stuff and you'll hand them a receipt. That's too dangerous. Shut that dry cleaner down. He can earn any money and people can't get their clothes dry because it's too dangerous but the same guy can go to a grocery store and handle the tomatoes and the oranges that the customer was just handling two minutes before he went to the grocery store. I'm I'm can. I'm confused here. Not Dan that's different. That's different we have to eat. No Dan that's not different because grocery stores aren't free because if you don't work you don't eat. There isn't any difference. Here's a second part of this. Let's get this home and Jenkins quote in a minute from one of his pieces because it's great and it's something I've been trying to hammer home to you. We're not talking about good answers you shutdown or not or you want people to die. That's a straw man argument that's fake. That's a Simpson's argument. We're not talking about good versus bad we're talking about bad versus worse. We live in a world of bad harmful options. The question we make is the question we ask and we try to answer is how do we maximize human prosperity by mitigating harmful effects amongst a world? Of Bad Choices. What do you mean? And bad choices. Legem drill into the earth all the time. Harmful the oil out of it. Oh my gosh. We can't do that. That's terrible well drilling you. What would you want mass starvation instead mass starvation drilling take drilling into the earth? Alex one hundred bad choice right. There's nothing good about drilling into the nothing. Doesn't help the planet out but if we don't truant for energy we all starve to death and Die Tucker brings us point up again at brilliant monologue last night this piece of little longer than minute half or more but I want you to listen to this re talks about how we're really not being explained how in this world of bad choices leave. The economy open asked people to take protective measures at the known risks. They may contract a virus or close the economy down bankrupt. Everybody while everyone's going to the grocery store anyway. Has Anyone even explained to us? How weighing these options. Because it doesn't make a lot of sense check this out. Mass unemployment is almost certain to cause far more harm including physical harm to the average family. Then this disease in nineteen sixty seven to psychiatric researchers decided to rank traumatic life events in order of how profoundly affected people's health stress can kill you. We know that and they wanted to determine which kinds of stress where the most dangerous the doctors found that losing a job ranked high on the list of health. Degrading traumas joblessness came in well above death of a close friend. Put IT in some perspective. If you ever found yourself unemployed with dependents to take care of you understand this. Unfortunately many of our policymakers don't understand they've never been in that position they never will be a professional class. Doesn't have much interest in middle class job loss or its consequences. We know that because they've essentially ignored it for decades. Not to mention the family disintegration and the drug epidemics it has spawned so far about ten thousand Americans have died from the Wuhan Krona virus. That number will rise and it will likely include people you know that's a tragedy but it's not the only tragedy in progress in this country in two thousand. Eighteen more than sixty seven thousand. Americans died of drug overdoses the year before. More than seventy thousand died. That's more than the entire population of the towns. Most of US grew up in and those totals are far lower than the real number according to people who studied the question. The drug epidemic has permanently. Changed the demographics of this country. But for some reason. Cnn has not kept a running. Tally of drug casualties on the screen. Why is that well? You know why? It's not their peer group. It doesn't seem real. They're not that interested in the same thing is going on now. If the Krona Virus Shutdown was crushing college administrators or nonprofit executives are green energy. Lobbyists it would've ended last week instead. It's mainly service workers and small business owners who have been hurt and they're not on television talking about what they're going through. You need to look closely to.
"die tucker" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Well and he was actually charged with this and put in the brig so the only thing saving him now a snapchat video that has surfaced. It was posted by a witness. Who was there that night and it shows folk? The Siemens name is Trevon Hunter and it shows Tucker trying to keep kelch out of the water water not placing him in the water. The videos weren't shown in court but according to testimony couch often became belligerent. Difficult to deal with when he drank too much and Henderson said the night celts died Tucker fought him when Kelch tried to go for a swim in the waters off Amac island so I can see. I've had so many nights with the Marines. The barracks where where one of the Marines get super super hammered and once they get an idea in their mind they wanna go do something and it takes the whole squad to keep them from doing doing at full. That's probably how that house got flooded. Like I'm GONNA drive home. No you're not. I'm going to do it right under that happening. Yeah for sure. We had a night in the barracks where we shared. We were field site. MP's but we shared a barracks with the PM out police MP's and they would always get into fights with each other when they were drinking king on a Friday night it was like Google toper like glue. PM Oh so they get into arguments. The actual cops come the military police who were on duty beauty. Come to the barracks and a bunch of armories or getting arrested in the hallway and in my room I pulled in one of the Marines. Who was walking by? I was just reading in my room that night because I was super cool. I like that I pull in this young lance corporal that I see and I'm like you know God to go out there and be with my buddies going going to Goto house like you stupid motherfucker. I had to put him in my closet and sit against the door to keep going cates breaking barracks. Orders have an baylor room with the door again. I was in my pajamas. Spacey Also so anyway but I think again anybody listening has like you know those super drunk nights and back then we weren't like Sipping Beers by the thing you're like passing isn't we were hard liquor people. We were not rush around crushing alcohol. So I can absolutely see. Group of Young Coast Guardsmen there. Passing this bottle of liquor around and and one of them's like I'm jumping in the water in January for a laugh and like his might have written here. How cold it is because the water could be forty degrees? The average air temperature of that time is thirty six degrees so you get hypothermia in thirty minutes or less in that condition. I would bet you could get an even faster than thirty minutes. Just by jumping in that frigid water. It'd be terrible and also the person fucking recording the snapchat. What are you doing dude right doing? But so Henderson said that night the three men so so the one who videoed it and then the other two who got in the fight. They had down a bottle of our reserve whisky a whole entire bottle of it so tucker fought to keep catch out of the water for about half an hour while. They're all that much they're all down people. Yeah it's not a fifth. It says a bottle a whole bottle of whiskey but tucker fought to keep pederson out of the water for about half an hour before Tucker collapsed exhausted and intoxicated. And you're really fighting somebody. It's exhausting if if you're doing it for thirty minutes blacked out drunk. Yeah so he tucker the next day they found him two hundred yards down. The beach passed out on the beach. It's amazing he didn't die of exposure as well and his buddy also in the water obviously they found his body. So where was that guy. The guy that was filming just left his buddy both of them on the water. That's a great question. When three people are super blacked out drunk who knows it's like three yetis running through the woods? You have no idea who's going to end up. Where so testimony by the Alaska Medical Examiner who performed his autopsy also contradicted the government's narrative that put the other guy in the brig at first they testified over the phone that none of catches head injuries were fatal and that he died by drowning. That was enough to send Tucker's case back to prosecutors. A new hearing is scheduled for December third and and The new charges eliminate the blunt force trauma to his head and that Tucker struck the victim lawfully just a crazy. This guy was going to be in jail for. He was already on the Brig. It looked like all the charges he was going to get Charles murder you ever murder and now this video surfaces and exonerates him this old snapchat check video that somebody saves. That's crazy too and it's crazy that it took so long for the defense to like present that to like. That should be the first thing that you do. Look we have this video of me actually not to do it and in fact I'm trying to save his life right. They were buddies his friend his friend dies they were they. Were all very stupid in this story. Which I'm it's Kelly passed away but was that and it's thirty minutes of dealing with somebody that drunk wants to jump into the essentially? Arctic Ocean would be terrible. Oh my God I was like the mom of my once I became an NCO. I became like the mother hen of the barracks and the guys every weekend. I feel like I was keeping somebody from doing something absolutely moronic and like like physically holding people back and forcing them like. Oh my God so I can only imagine what the scene was like pretty crazy. What a guy to spend a half an hour trying to be? He knew he was saving his life. He knew he knew like go. In this water you will die like a router at that time of year is exactly calm. John Waters too. It's not like you're running to Montego Bay waters off the off of Alaska pretty rough now. It's crazy the whole story. I just thought you know a little snapchat snapchat video. It just seemed like really that guy's whole life has changed because of that a couple few seconds on that so keep that in mind when you're out there and also like we're trying to make light of do died like everybody got drunk and passed out and stupid shit hate to see somebody died defending the country. And it's fucking terrible Let's let's move onto round number three. which today is going to be presented to you by our good friends at the call? Matt Cain have you tried the comment I have yes I have dabbled around on there and it is very helpful to me wonderful because if you're struggling to sleep you're not a long one and three. US adults doesn't get enough sleep. Including I think probably everybody who's ever for served in any way. I think that that is a huge misnomer for war. Veterans is like whenever you get out when you're in. I think you can sleep anywhere at anytime time right. Would you agree whenever you were in the Marine Corps. Could you sleep in the sand up against the tire like in the back of a vehicle no matter what you could did fall asleep. Wherever you're at people say that a lot of times I could only if we were getting like a powerpoint or something? I've never had more powerful inclination to sleep in my life like I. I could fall asleep right there at the table. There's a powerpoint I was always bobbing for cock. Forget about it super easy but yeah no but not always so easy the whole flight taff Ghanistan and my first time which is like seven long flights. I was wired. I was like wide awake. I could've used the call map to calm down a little bit. So and that's exactly why we're partnering with calm because they are the number one sleep apnea sleep deficiency does some serious damage not just to your to your body as.
"die tucker" Discussed on The Film Vault
"You looking to be be really so. I go a little little hard to work with. No the man's got <hes> all right so we can say what you want about is his <hes>. What's it called them drawn. I'm waiting here. Southland tales which i guess laughed and booed at concert one with a made you watch it. I think what happened was he was not on. I'll never forget it might have been ebert <hes> review of donnie darko. Somebody very astute. A critic said my main concern and with donnie darko and richard kelly new seen here as a filmmaker is did he say everything he had to say. There's one movie because he made the straight at u._s._c. Film school it and they were concerned that he put all his thoughts that he had in his fresh young naive mind into one movie and had nothing left to say and i i. I think that that's part of what's the problem with with kelly is he wanted to prove people other than that greg. I'm sure other people thought the same thing and he wanted the wrong in reading his remarks about southland tales he had such huge ambitious thoughts that he was trying to get out and trying and to get across. Tell us for as bad as it is. I have thought about that movie many times since parts all the openly admits that it was a reactionary a tale that he's telling because of his anger when george bush got reelected he was furious and but who are you going to be talking to me about politics but i guess you're young adult. If ideas new fresh take on something he well. He did a whole illustrated in rhode an illustrator he wrote a whole comic book like likes to go along with it like a complex series. He's got some energy. He's been producing. He doesn't get the credit as a on page. At least i did not see eye to read about in in re in interviews but he's produced a few of the bobcat goldthwait movie is a god bless america being one of them <hes> but you don't he doesn't show up when you look on his end ep page which is weird world's greatest dad another <hes> bob catcalls wait movie we both we both like quite a bit. I hope they serve beer and helen member that one. He was producer on that high end of the horrible the guy that he was on love line. What's his die tucker. Max based on the tucker max book. Remember that guy who's tucker. Max is the guy that's like all about like just using abusing chicks guy tries to the patch things up with the soon to be married pow after botching things up at his bachelor party. A member tucker maxi's like the ultimate bro. Are i like that dude so here's eric but all that all that aside. Here's what i feel like. This is a very long rambling. I'm sweating profusely. The studio is not air conditioned threes in here. It's not okay. Maybe i'm going through menopause. It's totally possible. Kelly's got a a couple of years in the fire. He's been close to getting you know. I i was reading interviews today going deeb dig google and searching and reading bright. The guy is still in the game and he's just holding out trying to get like his big masterpiece funded and he's like it's twelve million dollar movie that he's trying to get you find. It forty a couple of times. He's been close and the funding. The budgeting falls out last minute but it's he's still out there working hard and i do believe this guy is going to have a giant fucking and comeback and make a movie that everyone's talking about. He's going to be back in the map. This makes me so happy. I i worry talent exceptional talent. I just turned the air conditioning dot com with.
"die tucker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"I say the president goes to Domino's come hell or high water, and you're saying, even if the shutdown is still going on he's going to Davos. Yep. Because of shutdown won't be still going on shutdowns going to end by. I'm going to say you put this on the board to Tucker. Boy. What's today Thursday Thursday the tenth and they don't get paid tomorrow. Right. Correct. Okay. That's why the first big paycheck MRs tomorrow as I understand it. I say this thing settles by Monday night. While knows this. Right. Where you can't go over. So like if I'm after do, I learned this just like a whole whole in one closest to the pin? Oh, so if it's the eighteenth. But I see the nineteenth. I could still win Dow allow it. I'm going to go the twenty fifth. Really, you think it drags on that law? That's terrible. If that happens. That's that is really irresponsible. If that happened. I think we've got two more weeks. Well, all right. What do you think happens in Dafa? The you're you really don't think he's going to go to Davos. I don't know what he wasn't president. He wasn't invited to Davos now that he's president. He gets to go. He'll be up to go to Davos for the rest of his life, whereas Davos, Switzerland. Okay. Very nice beautiful place. So what? So from what I hear at least. I think that assuming that the shutdown is just done. I lose this one. Okay. Assuming that's the case. I think you make some some more incremental process progress towards a deal at that point. I don't think that we're going to get the big overarching deal on the big things that, you know, America really wants as far as I don't think we're going to get the level of intellectual property protection that we want. I don't think we're going to get any type of meaningful shift from a currency perspective. I don't think that we are going to get any type of into the joint venture type things that are required for US companies to set up. But I do think you're probably going to see some agreements, maybe to get some additional imports from the US over to China, and maybe some other little pieces around the around the edges that maybe help on the intellectual property side. But don't really solve the entire problem. All right. What do from perspective standpoint? Who do you think is catching most of the heat for the government shutdown? Chuck. I looked at a polling piece from Reuters dip sauce and fifty one percent of Americans were blaming the president. And I think it was thirty two percent were blaming Democrats. Big it really just depends on what news channel you watch. The anyone who watches MSNBC's thinks it's Republicans the president when he watches Fox News thinks it's the Democrats. All right. Well, our poll question today is you know, who's more responsible for the government shutdown the president or the Democrats so far the policemen up for an hour nineteen percent of our listeners. Thank the president is responsible. And eighty percent think the Democrats are responsible you can participate in our poll by visiting our website. It's financial exchange show dot com. I know some of you are wanting to express your thoughts on this topic. You can do that by texting us. Remember, our text number is six three five six six, but you have to put my first name at the beginning of your tax. So it's berry B A R R Y. Then six three five six six. And then whatever your thoughts are on this topic. Did you catch the price action in oil yesterday is about four fifteen and I checked my my log and I saw oil rallied five percent during trading. Yeah. Big rally going on in oil yesterday. That's offset a decent chunk of the losses from the prior month in the price of oil mean we've seen oil go from you know, in the the mid sixties down into the low forties, which was significant chunk of change. If you're talking about being, you know, either a an energy producer or be someone who's going to fill their tank up at the end of the week. So, you know, certainly seeing these prices bounced back up like this. They're not ideal for us as consumers of oil because hey, if we either need, you know, heating oil that's more expensive. Now, if we need to fill up tank in our car that's more expensive. But if you're someone who's working in the oilfields, Texas, North Dakota, you're saying. Hey, I got a little bit more job security than I thought I did a couple of weeks ago. And that's the big difference today from twenty years ago. Twenty years ago. Before bush-cheney we weren't doing much in the way of oil. You know, how much have we increased oil production like one hundred percent. Let me take a look I think we're down. I think we used to be like five six billion barrels a day. And now we're up in that twelve million barrel. What do you want to look at Scott twenty? I'm right. So in the year two thousand the us was producing about six million barrels day, so in in the range of what you were talking about. We actually the most oil we were producing prior to this was back in the early nineteen seventies. We're doing about ten million barrels a day, but that dipped following through the late nineteen eighties into the mid two thousand the the real energy, spike that we saw was actually when when fracking became kind of the the big thing that was actually viable and that was in two thousand eleven through fifteen you saw a really a five year increase from about five million barrels a day up to almost ten. Yeah. Have we heard any more on Sears the last night? I saw the Eddie Lampert was going to increase his offer to five billion stop forty eight cents this story. Basically, a bankruptcy star the story in the company that just won't die Tucker. Did I say that I thought that they would keep it open another year? Did I say that I thought they'd find some way I'll. I I think I said that earlier this week, and this is the kind of thing I'm talking about. It's you know, Lampert has committed more capital now, including one hundred and twenty million dollars to effectively keep the company going and qualify for an auction for next week. Right. That check then. Yup. And so apparently this new bid could be at five billion dollars as opposed to the four point four. He initially bid on. It's unclear what the composition of that five billion is to give you an idea of this part of that four point four billion dollar bid was that Lampert was going to forgive one point three billion of debt that he had lent the company himself. So, you know, it's I have no idea how long this is going to go on because to be honest in in a normal, bankruptcy this. This would have been done like a month ago. It would have been over the problem. I think Chuck has to do with some of the shenanigans that Lampert was pulling during the last five years with leases and selling off land's end. He made a lot of maneuvers and the creditors are saying, hey, you screwed us and put that money in your pocket. And and we want to we want to go back and litigate that again. That's that's where I think this really becomes problematic for Sears. And if that's the case, I don't think that any bid is necessarily big enough to save the company. Yeah, in why save it like, I can't imagine. It's difficult for me to imagine a scenario where it survives. I tend to agree. But the any Lampard seems to have just in irrational of for this company. And maybe we'll gets the money that he's pulling off the company that he really has the irrational love for right? But for like, I can't think of any other investor in recent years that has done something like this, right? Hey, what did we learn from the fed yesterday? I sent you some minutes from one of our economists. But the basically my take away from it was if the economy is really, strong and wages are growing fast. We might raise rates a couple of times, but don't count on any rate hikes this year. The is that the is that your takeaway or did you feel differently? So I I think when it comes to just you know, how they're raising rates and things like that. I think that's pretty spot on what I found really interesting is their comments on the balance sheet, and I want to go through this because I think it's really important actually. So I if if any of our listeners aren't aware during the aftermath of the financial crisis, the feds started buying both US treasuries, and what are called mortgage backed securities which are bonds that are backed by mortgages in order to try to get some additional liquidity into the market and also to a certain extent. To help asset prices as they bought those assets up. Hey, if you have an additional buyer of eighty billion dollars and treasuries every month more, you know, you're going to have more demand for treasuries. And so the price is going to go up over the last year and a half. Now, they've started to sell off some of that portfolio got up to around four and a half trillion. It's down to around four trillion. Now. Offer. They just not buying new ones when they expire. They're allowing fifty billion dollars in proceeds to roll off every month. So they're just they're not renewing them and not continuing to maintain the same amount. What they said though, and this is the quote from them. They noted that the federal funds rate and other money market rates could possibly become somewhat volatile at times as banks in financial markets adjust to lower levels of reserve balances. So pretty much as the fed. Let's go of these bonds it pulls money out of the economy because someone has to step in and be the buyer. The fed is telling you through this. They don't know if they're going to be able to find enough buyers at current rates. I see so that could cause rates to go up even though they don't raise rate. They might have a demand problem for treasuries, which is something that I've been talking about for the last year and a half, and I've been laughed out of a whole bunch of rooms because of it, but they're implicitly acknowledging. Hey, we might have a demand problem at some point because we don't know if we can find enough. Buyers for all the bonds that were no longer going to be buying ourselves. So that what I'm interpreting that as saying right now the ten year treasury's trading at what about two seventy five. Yeah, it's something where they say. They may lose control of the long end of the of the yield curve to a certain extent in maybe even the short end depending on how things end up playing out. Well, how high could it go on the tenure? Four four and a half. I don't know. But I don't think that's a crazy number. If you're looking kind of in the next two to three years. I don't think you're gonna see that this year necessarily shut avoiding inversion. Here's the thing. When these things happen. They happen quickly. It's not something where you have a gradual move up there. It's investors realize, hey, there's there's a problem here in instantly, you see a move. So it doesn't matter until it does. But when it does matter, it's really important. I think the big thing is longer term bonds. If if the whole yield curve moves at the same rate longer term bonds are still going to sell off more just because you have more interest payments that are going to be affected by it. Yeah. Well, we will. We will see hey, coming up to talk about another automaker. That's going to be paying millions of dollars as a relates to cheating on.
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"You will know you live through it. The federal jury trials almost three. Three months long, convicting Bill and Hillary's business partners. The McDougals of fraud as well as the sitting governor of Arkansas who succeeded Bill Clinton as a governor, Jim die Tucker. So there was an enormous amount of skulduggery in Arkansas, but nothing that we felt that we could present because of the lack of evidence. And what's interesting is you didn't do what James Komi would then do so many years later when he also went down the road of investigating Hillary Clinton decided that there was nothing that he didn't have the the evidence to go forward prosecuting crime, but decided to go out and lay out what he did have on that. If I, if I get end just if they did that, that would be correct procedure. I would have done that. I look, here's our evidence and I don't have to get into cattle futures and the fraud that was committed to enrich. Hillary Clinton which was part of our investigation, but we knew how the marketplace worked and the press seemingly believed at the time that she read the Wall Street Journal and one hundred thousand dollars on a one thousand dollar investment in cattle futures. I mean, there's preposterous on its face anyone of any sophistication news that was a total lie. So let's let's move forward to the current situation and. You you see the way this president is behaving and you see this president that the campaign this president is waging against the special counsel. It's a different beast than what you were independent counsel, but it's it's very similar mandate and and we see the president saying what he has said, calling it, a witch hunt, accusing a Robert modern, his team of political bias in in in a very harsh way, man and his attacks echoed up by members of congress by an entire Cable News Network that spends, you know, hour after hour, echoing an expanding on the president's a tax. This, this looks a lot like what you went through and maybe considerably worse because we didn't see Bill Clinton from the White House. You know, leveling the. Attacks with the ferocity that this president is levelling at Bob Muller on on almost daily basis. There are very strong almost eerie echoes of past, but what we now know and the president's lawyers President Trump's lawyers have said, at least off the record. I've read reports of this affect. So it's my understanding that they have said, you know, we're just taking a page from the Clinton playbook vilify the prosecutor, the differences in and you've headed for the most part. Bill Clinton himself did not engage in vilification, but he did it into recklessly. It was relentless. It was a horrible. It was deeply personal, not just to me, but it effort to take out prosecutors on my staff of they succeeded with one prosecutor who at believing the investigation under vicious assault of by the White House. Machine, the lawyers, their surrogates, and so forth. But the president, the current president, in contrast that of through his lawyers is actually cooperated with the investigation from everything that appears Bill can stop for a second on that because I because I, I don't know that that's an entirely correct. I mean my my understanding on this following this joyously followed your investigation way back when is that the the, the initial approach under under Thai Cobb and John Dowd? The president's first of a legal team was full cooperation. They made White House officials fully available to be interviewed as we know Don Mcgann testified for our after hour after hour. They turned over more than a million pages of documents. What what people very close to the to the to the president is legal team told me is that they view that as a terrible mistake and they are trying to in every way on. Unwind what is already would already been done, and that's why you see the president with his current legal team fighting tooth and nail to not do an interview that the president has repeatedly said publicly, including to me that he would be willing to do fighting that interview. And now if you believe Rudy Giuliani their latest, their latest insistences, they'll do written questions, but not on the issue of of obstruction of Justice. They will do written questions and not allow any follow up to those written questions and ruling out an in person interview. I don't think you can characterize the president now as fully cooperating with with the special counsel. But my point remains..
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"Your finally coming to your senses for the first time in your life you're talking like a human being i don't want to die tucker zillow cried i want to live i want to go out try again do everything right this time his body convulsed with his sobbing taco on please help me help me the monk shook his head sorry takazato it is out of my hands it is the law of nature you can't do things over again that's life everything in it is for keeps everything you can't put your head back on after the enemies cut it off that's the way it is of course i feel sorry for you but i can't undo that rope because it wasn't me who tied it it was you all i can do is give you some advice faced death bravely and quietly say a prayer and hope some with someone bothers to listen and for the sake of your ancestors tekere's also have the decency to die with a peaceful look on your face the clatter of talk ones sandals faded into the distance he was gone and takazato cried no more following the spirit of the monks advice he shut the is that had just experienced a great awakening and forgot everything he forgot about living and dying and under the myriad of tiny stars lay perfectly still as the night breeze side through the tree he was cold very cold but i mean obviously wrote a book called extreme ownership where you are responsible for your actions and you need to take responsibility for things in your lives but this thing where he says i can't untied the rope because it wasn't me that was that it it was you you you put yourself in this position and that's that's the way it is once your head has caught off you can't put it back on.
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"Yeah donna brazile wrote a book i know she's a longtime colleague of yours and she's sort of in her book made this comment that newer campaign through an agreement had too much influence uh it's maybe at the detriment of the sanders campaign she started walked back those comments now what was your reaction to that i didn't know what she was referring to because as has now come out that just wasn't the case for those who had telling me to shut up you know what i tell them go to hell i'm gonna tell my story the democrats turning on their former dnc interim chief donna brazile longtime democratic operative fundraiser who blew the lid off of what the clintons had been doing to try to pre wire this election and 2016 eight five five forty laura how many of you are surprised that they've turned on brazil very dismissive toward an african american woman who has been a party stalwart for decades that's just shows it may be business uturn on the clintons and nola liable to have someone looking through your trash the next morning they have the same old characters out there plan client the the the lackey's the these now they have robby mook out there and others igf i'd purge that name for my memory until i saw him on television but the tucker carlson and donna brazile last night it was really good and she she's trying to kinda maybe back off a little bit but not that much i mean she let's play the second brazil please or the first one james whatever's whatever's good let it die tucker carlson header on and hibs of two segment was really interesting let's listen it was dismissive condescending and dismissive those are.
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"Became an issue another issue actually that a little bit comparable if you member jim die tucker the guy who's to competed oakland it governor darkened off actually plumber rival out bill clinton's i remember right around de kobe to do what happened to credit for the question he here a lot about hillary clinton if he can died it enter while season while seguin although off of what what could happen to be stay in opposite attention die packer to kate brown july talk to be that it was the nineteen ninety five you would him to macdougall ensued macdougall we're all in died down by what are related charges at the time tonight packers died sunday to resign but then about a month later with his time for him to actually resign he called the governor might be kind of governor mike huckabee and did you know what i think that there i think that they did so i think that there to pour getting more peeled in the tape but i can win but you know what i'm not gonna read and to the had the constitutional crisis the getting a little bit on that that constitutional prices for the state of arkansas when then she they were about to that well and we've got through all of the net twenty four hours and those you know that the question is with it going buddy it indicted in off it did i mean that they're out of after resigned workload hillary theoretically stand up but that date love it if until proven guilty well you know and that's the so disgrace all the fact that he would continue and this campaign inactive that darren times a big median she's still going away and and and there's actually not that given to the electorate me know documents the american public who are already as they hold on a minute you know veterans a literally get screwed on a daily basis the department veterans affairs disaster we side eight police officers kelvin wide a duty sense friday alone and then number please stop this fill the line to duty.
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"Killed with them gonna hurt among wound if you wanna rise it will be never trump first you'll be women voting against in the put him under alec affairs let me jump around here for sight let's let's dive into a little bit with the fb_i tell me there's a track record ap go back to white waters in and and the rosewall for that when when you look at the clintons it was not so much that they themselves were the target but it was just the overall issue and then you saw people get busted use i mean seven or eighties people gotta tell you got the what the tim die tucker you got the mcdougald and now looks like something again i mean who but having says hey i gave up all the devices are least i thought i did not we're all speculating right now but having said that it makes you wonder if that even goes through down the road that were fb_i cubbies is hey you know we got a little bit more that maybe we can cover year i don't necessarily think it's going to just go after hillary arabic avila penn her i think it get it's going to be always one of these eight i mean remember all her clues but he's got a mutiny yeah they got a unity under certain circumstances but you know as far as this whole email thing this concern i think the scariest thing is that who mob it in the say and then has no idea how any of these emails got on her computer that's a problem i mean that's a really big problem you know you have a computer adding and you're has been some way somehow these email showed up on a computer you use with your has been then you have no idea how they got there i you know i say that has been a problem and as far as donald trump you know i mean he can be talking about charters schools and it isn't openly the black community that he has to worry be asked worry about the let tiene oeste you know and and you have marco rubio here in our backyard he's got to worry.