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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 10/03/23
"Not just any Fleetwood Mac record, little secondhand news, first track when you put the needle down, when that little Rumors album was released, you heard this, you heard the great Lindsey Buckingham, who is 74 today. Mike, you've caught, you've caught the Mac a few times, have you not? Oh, sure, sure. Love Fleetwood Mac. What a sad, what a sad story because he's so, he's a genius. He's a total genius. And they fired him like four or five years ago. The chemistry was just terrible. He does solo tours now and does some, some Fleetwood Mac stuff, but I just hope he's just not... These stories, these stories about these guys all breaking up and fights and all that. The Eagles, of course, had an epic, epic battle. You know, who they fired, they fired, I guess, the, I mean, they had a big, the two of them, the two founders, I guess, of the Eagles. They broke up and then they came back and, you know, it's like, hey, life is short, you know? That's it. You know what it makes you think about? It makes you think about Aerosmith. Same five guys, 50 years. There you go. You got to get Steven Tyler well again because he like blasted a vocal cord. But anyway, speaking of people who've been together for a long time, here's my buddy. How are you doing? Well, I'm good. I'm just trying to make sense out of the, the rage that the establishment Republicans and the Rhinos and the squishes are exhibiting towards Matt Gaetz. Now, I, I think there's a lot of merit towards the frustration over what Gaetz is trying to do in, in ousting Kevin McCarthy personally. I think Kevin McCarthy has done a great job. I think he's, he's fine. You know, it's a tough conference. It's a tough coalition. You got to hold it together. McCarthy did a great job in helping to identify strong candidates in California and New York, in New York. And without those victories, Marc, we don't have, we don't have a Republican majority in the House. Now, we have a slim majority in the House, slim, four, four people. That's it. All right. So I want to present, and I get it, you know, this is probably giving the Democrats a lifeline. It's ceasing our momentum. This is probably not the most productive thing to happen right now to try to have this crisis over the Speaker of the House. But what the establishment types are saying in their rage, and man, are they mad. I mean, Marc, they're not agitated. They're not, they're livid. I mean, I, I heard this morning, I, I never knew Switzerland could be so angry. Man, for Switzerland, Switzerland's got the knives out in the show before yours. Geneva is on fire. Oh, my gosh, Switzerland is burning. This is a reference, of course, to the always even -handed, neutral, and presidential matters, et cetera, our buddy Hugh Hewitt, who has decided to take a couple of sides, take one side on this. Not so neutral on this issue, is he? I mean, it's just like full -blown, Gates is a clown, he's a fraud, he's a traitor, he's a this, he's a that. I saw a tweet last night that got me thinking, and this is, I think, a reasonable thing to have as part of this conversation. Has Kevin McCarthy fulfilled the promises he made in order to get elected speaker in the first place, or hasn't he? It's a reasonable thing to talk about. It was, you know, Gates and Lauren Boebert and Eli Crane and all these real, you know, sharp -elbowed Republicans got concessions from McCarthy in his bid to become speaker. Remember, I'm old enough to remember that wasn't so easy. That was not long ago. Exactly. And it wasn't that long ago. It wasn't that easy, right? Well, he promised they would pass 12 appropriations bills for a budget, in other words, fiscal responsibility in the budget. He'd give members at least 72 hours to read legislation. Now those are not, that's not onerous and that isn't crazy. So those two promises, well, both of those promises were broken this past weekend. And Gates is saying, you broke your promises and we're going to hold you accountable. Now, does he have a plan? It doesn't really sound like it to me. I don't know who you replace him with. Thank you. And it does hurt the Republican momentum we have. There are over 200 Republicans who are solidly in McCarthy's corner. But Mark, we expect some accountability. We do expect disruption. We do expect people who are warriors and fighting for what we believe in. So it just seems to me that to turn on Matt Gaetz all of a sudden and, P .S., insult the millions and millions of Americans who are rooting for him isn't very productive. Are they rooting for, first of all, your sound, sound logic throughout. Are they rooting for him in this particular tactic or they admiring the lofty standard that he has? And it may not even be all that lofty is like, hey, you made us promises to become speaker. How about keeping those promises? There's an old adage that it's possible for multiple things to be true at the same time. Here are the two things that are true at the same time. Kevin McCarthy has been a very successful, very impactful speaker and deserves a lot of conservative praise for the things he has been able to do. There's thing number one thing. Number two is he might have fudged on some of these things, seems to have fudged on some of these procedural things, and I don't say that to be dismissive of them. Some of these things that he promised the Gang of 10 or whatever they were that were that were holding him up. So in what form is this the only accountability? Is this the only way to call him out? Because all I would ask, and I'll give this back to you in the following way, is if Gaetz tactics are so great and if they are to be admired, what is the end game? What is the plan? Trump's have disruptions a plan, and it's a wonderful plan. Various other people who are disruptors, there's a place they're trying to get you to. Here's what I want to do that is specific. Here's the goal I'm trying to get to. What exactly is the Matt Gaetz end game? I don't know, and I don't know that he knows. I'm not sure he does. I would suggest, I would respectfully submit that the way to deal with these differences is behind closed doors, not to burn it all down. I mean, again, make no mistake. I don't agree with the Gaetz tactic right now. I don't want anybody to be lost on that, but I also strongly disagree with disparaging the spirit with which he's doing it. And again, savage millions and millions of Americans in the process. So listen, I guess Cal's out of the barn. He's called for the vote. The vote's going to come today or tomorrow if they oust McCarthy, which is possible because Democrats are quite capable of adding to this misery right now. Right now, Gaetz needs some Democrats. And if he gets Democrats to support him because they like to sit back and see this kind of dumpster fire, well, McCarthy's out, Mark. Is there an irony there in that Matt Gaetz needs Democrat help to oust a speaker whose worst sin is doing something with Democrat help? Yes. That's a great irony with a capital I. Great way to put it. It really is. And I heard a congressman, you know, a RINO New York congressman on Hewitt this morning and they are again, they are on fire. As you said, Geneva is burning. But this guy pointed out, well, I don't think any of the Democrats are going to want to be associated with this guy, Matt Gaetz. Don't be so sure. Strange bedfellows sometimes. Well, AOC of all people said this week, hey, we're not going to it's not up to us to bail the Republicans out of the mess they're in. Believe me, they're enjoying this. I do agree that this benefits the Democrats. I'm sorry for that. And I hate it. But I also don't like seeing, you know, somebody called a nihilist. I mean, nihilist. You know, it's like and he's anti -American and he's got his daddy's boy and daddy was the Florida. I mean, they're just attacking him personally. I mean, it's it's kind of wild. To see it. There are bigger fish to fry. I want to share with you. You mentioned earlier I was listening to you talk about the plight of the big cities. Horrible story out of Philadelphia. There was a young journalist, an LGBT journalist who was very prolific on X and social media mocking conservatives for being concerned about crime in big cities like his city of Philadelphia. And this guy was even mocking the idea of having a gun to defend yourself in your home. He was mocking and taunting Republicans for criticizing cities like Philadelphia. He loves this Jim Kenney, this sanctuary city mayor. Markie was shot and killed in his home this week. He was murdered seven times, seven bullets put in his body. And of course, the ghouls on social media are dancing on his grave and they're mocking him. Can't do that. But but you must understand that this is life or death, that things are happening in these cities. And I hate it. I hate it for his for obvious for him and for his family, his loved ones. And again, a well -known journalist in Philly, apparently in the LGBT community. But the bottom line is a day before he was murdered, he was literally, you know, poo pooing the idea that we got a crime problem in Philly, mocking the people who are trying to draw attention to the issue to make it better. And it's funny. So did you hear the two things when I was talking about the conversion of Dallas mayor Eric Johnson? He said, listen, we need Republican mayors in our big cities, so I'm going to become one. We also need to elect more of them. And that seems like a ridiculous long shot. How do you get a Republican elected in most of America's big cities? And I don't know the answer to that except to try. A lot of people don't even want to try. We have given up. We have ceded the cities to Democrats. Is that helpful? 70, 80 percent of Americans live in these big cities. Is that helpful to just give up or should we try to it's a marathon, not a sprint. It's an uphill steep climb to try to get some sensible Republican mayors who can save our cities. You spend so much time in New York. I grew up in the suburbs of D .C. I'm in Dallas and Fort Worth all the time. You're in Tampa all the time. Big cities are beautiful. There's no more beautiful city in America than San Francisco. It breaks my heart what happens out there. Should we try to save American cities or say, screw them, get buried under your own bad policies? I'm inclined to say you own it. You live with it. You've got to you inherited this. There's a great column by Douglas Murray of the New York Post called The Fall of Lululemon. How stores have surrendered to looters. He tells the story of how Lululemon fires employees who try to stop shoplifters from walking out with the high end material and merchandise from Lululemon. And a lot of stores are doing this. They're firing any of the employees. They're saying, let them go. Let them walk out. And guess what? When you when that happens, when you encourage it. I mean, it's not a sane society anymore. I mean, call us old fashioned. Law and order is an important thing. It's one thing that people want to steal, but for businesses not to mind being stolen from. Well, but I'm intrigued by the employees thing. And for those that don't know, Lululemon is high end athletic wear, mostly for for women, but not exclusively. And so there's some some an arm load is some serious cash if you're going out the front door. Thousands and thousands of dollars. What do we expect? I mean, if I'm an employee, I'd love to say, well, I'm not going to let this happen, blah, blah, blah. But sometimes these people might be armed. I mean, what these what these stores need is armed guards to prevent this, not employees trying to try and try to go vigilante. Two female Lululemon employees in Atlanta confronted three masked men who pillaged the store. All they did was call the police. Right. I mean, one of the systematically said, you know, what do we want them to do? What do we want? They did call them. They were fired. They were fired for for for OK. Pardon me. Confused host for for calling the police or for not doing more for calling the police. No, they did too much by calling the police. One of the fired employee told the Atlanta Journal Constitution, we are not supposed to get in the way. You're supposed to clear the path for whatever they're going to do. And then it's over. You scan a QR code. We're not supposed to call the police. We're not supposed to talk about it. And Douglas Murray says Lululemon isn't the only company in America that has taken this completely lax approach to its own stock. Well, guess what? Lululemon's on the verge of bankruptcy. They're going out of business. And Douglas Murray writes, you know what? I'm sorry. Count me as one who's not real sympathetic. We're in post consequences America. And this is how Congressman Henry Cuellar gets carjacked. Or it's not the specific because of this, then that because crime is going to happen. But we're going to get more of it in cities where people know they'll get away with it and know that punishment does not await them. And there is a choice that Americans get to make. Republicans are law and order. The Democrats are certainly not, no matter how mad Switzerland gets. Look at that. Look at that call back. Happy Tuesday. And the Mike Gallagher Show lies ahead. Everyone knows that putting money aside and savings is really important. But then what? Should you keep your savings locked in a CD for a higher rate or keep them liquid in a money market? Can your checking account help you save, too? 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Fresh update on "eli" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"P .m. Eastern on Bloomberg TV and on the Bloomberg app and Bloomberg .com and download The Circuit companion podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Markets, headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com. On Bloomberg television and the Bloomberg Business app. This is a Bloomberg Business Flash. Yes, reporting on Wall Street. We do check markets all day long here at Bloomberg. We begin with a developing story headline right now on the Bloomberg professional service. The Molson Coors beverage company has authorized a $2 billion share buyback program. Molson Coors, which has the ticker TAP, it is down now by 1 .6%. And now let's head right over to the first word breaking news desk for today's afternoon call. Here is Bill Maloney. And good afternoon, are the Charlie. U .S. stocks under pressure from the start as yields continue their move higher. Dow is currently down 80 points as a beast dropped 67 and NASDAQ is lower by 2 .2%. The U .S. Ten year old is now at 4 .81%. Gold is down for oil trading in the green and Bitcoin is market is down by 1 .6%. Among the main 11 SB sectors, only utilities were in the green and leaders upside to the in the Dow. Walgreens and Boeing while American Express, Microsoft and Home Depot each fell 3 % and led to the downside. In deal news, Eli Loley agreed to pay 1 .4 billion for cancer drug maker point bio pharma. And in other news, the Wall Street Journal report that Amazon allegedly used an algorithm to raise prices. Wrapping things up, McCormick dropped to its lowest since 2020 after sales and profit in the U S. I've squawked SQ you a on your Bloomberg Journal. I'm Charlie Pellet that is a Bloomberg Business Flash. I'm running a call. I turn on the radio. How about you let me drive?
A highlight from Experts FLIP BULLISH on Bitcoin [Why?]
"In the beginning of September, when everyone said that this market was going to end September in the red, because that's what history had showed us, I turned around and said, no, this market's actually going to end in the green. And the reason why I said that was because too many people were believing that the market would follow the previous pattern. So let's take some stock of where we're at. Right now, as we stand, the market is 4 .34 % up in September. Today is the second last day of September. There's one more day for this market to stay above where it is today to actually remain in the green. And the good news is that if the market remains green in September, and we work on previous pre -harving years where the market was green in September, so we go back to 2015, we can see that the rest of the year was absolutely unbelievable. So I guess that's what today's going to be about. Today's going to be about whether the rest of the year is going to be bullish or bearish, and how you should be preparing your portfolios for the rest of the year, given the fact that in one day, we may actually get a government shutdown. So remember, today's Friday. It's a big banter. I've got amazing, amazing, amazing guests here. I've got Hasib. I've got Malcolm. I've got my good friend, Eli. I can't wait to hear what they've said. These are some of the smartest minds in the industry. Let's get the show on the road, guys. We've got a lot of things to do today.
Fresh update on "eli" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Capital markets and demand outweighing supply where have we heard that before yep exactly right so we'll see about that s &p 500 off 1 .2 percent nasdaq off one half percent we'll have more coming up this is bloomberg we've got some company news right now Smith thanks all shares a point bio pharma global they are soaring they're up about eighty five percent and this afternoon news that Eli Lilly has agreed to buy the company and a deal valued at 1 .4 billion dollars Bloomberg's Simone Foxman has details Eli Lilly will pay twelve fifty a share that's eighty seven percent higher than points monday a closing price that in this deal is expected to close by the end of this year now point develops radiation therapies for cancers in specific a prostate cancer drug is in a late stage trial we should get the results out by the end of this year and that could lead to regulatory approval now now I told you about point shares Eli Lilly now down more than three and a half percent and Taylor Swift it so why not Beyonce Queen Bey is bringing her world tour to the big screen in December the goal for this tour was to create a place where everyone is free now that was a clip from the trailer of Renaissance a film by Beyonce she'll be making more money from the film by cutting out a studio middleman and releasing it directly with AMC entertainment the movie would also be screened at Regal and Cinemark with showings on IMAX screens the presale it's begun US tickets started two dollars shares of AMC right now they're down about seven tenths of percent Cinemark up about six tenths of percent if you remember Taylor Swift's the Iris tour concert film set presale records and now she's pulling in ratings the to NBC Sunday Night Football drew 27 million viewers up 22 percent from a year ago and included two million more women Swift was at the Chiefs Jets game and is rumored to be dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelsey those are the company stories we're following I'm Lisa Mateo missed your favorite Bloomberg Radio Show Bloomberg Business Week Masters in Business Bloomberg Intelligence and more are also available as podcasts listen today on Apple Spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts when you get your news from Bloomberg you don't just get the story you get the story behind the story how your EVs battery may not be as green as it seems why a decrease in global birth rates could send countries scrambling to increase immigration you get text context changes how you see things how you change things because context changes everything go to bloomberg .com to get context together we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future at the Bloomberg new economy forum
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"When professional soccer player Marcus Rashford injured his shoulder, he turned to Resil's virtual reality sports training program. Resil's technology has helped him and athletes of all levels maintain their skills while recovering from injuries so that they can return to the field with confidence. Rashford says, after my shoulder injury, Resil VR was key to my training and helped me get back to the game. These are the ways athletes are using the Metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. From DC's top names. Most people, including most Republicans in Congress, understand that we need to get aid to Ukraine. Who's going to take us in a rational way into the future and lead our country? This has really become kind of the new frontier in American politics is this battle between red states and blue cities. Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew on Bloomberg Radio. This is the week. Are you ready? Welcome to the fastest show in politics as we stare down the barrel on what some believe is an inevitable government shutdown in a week that also includes a Republican presidential debate, the first Biden impeachment hearing in the U .S. House, and of course, an historic auto workers strike rolling on. We'll have a lot to catch up on here today. I'm glad you joined us. We're joined coming up this hour by Eli Yokely, political analyst at Morning Consult, out with some new numbers of their own that we'll tell you about with analysis.
Fresh update on "eli" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Bloomberg and I'm John Tucker in the Bloomberg News with this Bloomberg Business Flash. of Lots red on the screen. Job openings unexpectedly increasing in the month of August. That's the data we got this morning. That's increased best. The feds work isn't done. A rates are higher and then assets. the risk They are sinking all of 11 major stock. All the major stock averages are down more than one percent. All 11 of the major industry groups in the S &P 500 in the red right now. And Andrew Sheetz of Morgan Stanley says stocks will remain under pressure because there are pretty clear numbers for investors. The fact that safe assets yield so much that you can get five and a half percent on a treasury bill. You can buy treasuries that yield more than 2 .2 percent over inflation for the next 10 years. These are pretty compelling competing assets that equities have to go up against. Eli Lilly they're gonna pay 1 .4 billion dollars to acquire point biopharma bold to gain radiation therapies. Shares of point biopharma are up right now 5%. And the news about Johnson & Johnson, New Jersey -based Johnson & Johnson, persuading the appeals court to throw out a more than 223 million dollar jury award to To a group of ex -baby powder users, they blame their cancers on asbestos in a top -based version of the product. Again S &P 500 60 points lower down 1 .4%,
A highlight from Laughs and Business Insights A Conversation with Eli Halpern, the Comedian Entrepreneur Behind The Golden Cricket Brand.
"And that's it. Thanks for watching! You can support MrFudgeMonkeyz on Patreon. See you next time! Thanks for watching! See you next time! Thanks for watching! See you next time! Thanks for watching! So then that's acting as a flashlight. All right, that works. That works for me. Well, so Eli, your story began a long time ago. As a young child, and by the way, this is not something we hear all the time, that someone begins working for themselves at an age as early as 12. I mean, I wanna learn about that. I wanna know more. I know that we'll get some people intrigued here. And there's the other thing. I mean, some people's like, well, how could you possibly be working at 12? We're in the States, and we don't work at that age that early, and so all these questions, let's kind of bust those myths and get them out of the way, and then let's just make it happen. So what got you into it? And I'm sure you went to school with all that stuff, but that's something that's unique about you. Yeah, yeah, so my entrepreneurial spirit has kind of always persisted. It came to me at a younger age than most. I feel like just because I had a larger awareness for humanity and existence and society, based on the fact that I was just very curious, I asked a lot of questions. As long as I can remember, I have always just looked out at the world and been like, what the hell is going on here? We're all, I remember when I was watching kids play kickball at recess when I started school, and I was just like, we're all just like naked people wearing clothes, and we mowed down all these trees to build the school here. Like I was thinking very intensely about every little situation. So it just led me to eventually just realize that everything kind of revolved around money, and that if I can get some money in my possession, essentially I won't have to listen to anyone. And I was always about freedom. And my parents were, they were parents, they're telling me what to do and stuff, and trying to raise me how they saw fit. I had bigger plans. I looked at people around me, parents, teachers, authority figures who were trying to tell me who to be. And I would just look at all of them thinking, I don't want to be anything like any of you guys. So it was easy for me to really see through a lot of BS and realize that people were telling me things not for my own personal wellbeing or for the best of me, but at my deficit, it would work against me to listen to them and to essentially assimilate, throw my dreams away, graduate from a college and work for someone else, which is what I essentially have been rebelling against in my own personal life since the beginning. It didn't start out as like, I want to be an entrepreneur. I want to own a business. It was literally just, I want M &M's. M &M's were my favorite thing at the time, and those cost money. And I just knew that if I had enough M &M's, I'd be happy. And fast forward, fast forward 20 something years, and I can afford so many M &M's now that I don't even want them anymore. Now, I don't even, I try not to eat sugar. There's four other things, that's all. Well, so thank you for that intro. And I want to break some of that stuff down because you've touched on a lot of things that are important to our listeners. And our audiences are diverse. We have parents, we have younger crowds and people that have ambition and vision of their life. But you've touched on a lot of things. First of all, I love the wandering and pondering spirit of yours, whereby you question things. And I think that's something that's lacking in a lot of us. Unfortunately, not everybody has that ability to just question everything and ask why and always try to analyze what's going on. Why is this this way? And when you start asking questions, and technically what you find is like, sometimes answers that don't make sense. And it's the reality of things. I mean, if anybody right now listening to watching starts asking questions about everything that's going on around them, they're going to open their eyes to a point where they'd be like, damn, what the hell do I live? I mean, this is a whole different world that we're in. Because really that's what it is. We have this almost a veil that is upon us. And we are just conditioned to everything that's around us, the way it's been told to us all our lives. And most people will take it for granted. There's no questioning of things. Now, you started that at an early age. And I love the way he's like, why is the school this way? Why people are doing this way? We're all, and you see, asking questions. Now, someone at that age typically doesn't have that in their mind. I mean, and I love what you said about you wanted M &Ms and it revolved around money. Because if you have money, you can buy whatever you want. And at that point, that's what you wanted. And that's a big thing. And by the way, it is a trait that you have that is unique because not everybody has that. And then you said something very interesting that parents, and typically all people around us, listen, I'm a parent, I can tell you. There is a degree of that in all of us where we want our kids to have a certain way of growth and a certain way of future and try to almost guide them. And sometimes to your point, it's not really what they want and not understanding that specifically and not allowing them to be who they were or who they really wanna be, it's a problem, right? But you saw that early on, it didn't make sense that everybody, and I love the concept that everybody has this dynamic that we are almost conditioned to, it's robotic. We are born, you go to school, you're being told that you're gonna finish that school, you're gonna go to the next level, the next level, the next level, go to college, potentially get that master's or at least a bachelor's and hopefully that gets you a good job and then you wanna get more, you need to get more education and so on and so forth. Now we say the word education, I mean, ultimately today, you can have so much knowledge without having to go to school. That's two different things. I mean, being intelligent and intellectual versus being educated in a formal education format, those are two different things, but it's been the system. And then that system is geared towards creating labor employees. And those are the ones that actually do the job. And by the way, any entrepreneur out there somehow uses people to work for them and within their companies, but the concept is there. And everybody, for the most part, is getting that concept from the get -go. That's what you're being told since you're a kid. That's when I was a kid, same thing. My parents were like, you wanna go to school, you wanna do this, you wanna get this, or you can get a good job, and ultimately a good job will result into some money, and then you grew up and stuff. And I kinda bought in that Kool -Aid for a long time. You know what I mean? But you kinda challenged that status quo, and you basically, you were rebellious about it, and you did. And for our people, by the way, there's nothing wrong with going through that system. If that's what you want, if you're okay with it, then that's the system that you gotta go through. I find today, more than ever, people, because of the technology, because the access of knowledge, because of the smartphones and everything that we have available to us, and the platforms and the social and stuff, people can do a lot more things today, differently from what, like 20 years ago, period and out, right? It's just the way it is. So it's creating a whole opportunity for younger folks to do a lot more than, essentially, how it's been traditionally over the last century or so. So I just wanted to clarify that and break that down for our audiences here, because it is a very important piece where someone is already destined to be in the world of business, entrepreneurship, and whether it's a choice or not, how you wanna go about it. I mean, you wanted to go the other route and do stuff. Now, I still am not clear. I mean, did you actually go to school to do the same process, or you actually challenged that whole thing and did it in a different way? I went to college. I was actually trying to major in chemistry. I was pretty much just like, I'm just gonna go here to just say I went to, I like tried it out. And like I knew going in, I was gonna drop out. You went through the motions. I was just like, yeah, yeah. I just, and I started a Amazon store, which is like in the same vein of the eBay. So I've been pretty consistently doing e -commerce type stuff. And ended I up dropping out after like two or three years. And after that, I spent most of my twenties like traveling the world and just trying to understand other perspectives and just see as much as possible and just basically just understand why we're here. And pretty much figured it out. And now I'm just like, all right, I'll just enjoy living while I'm here. Well, hold on, hold on. So you said you figured out why we're here. I mean, that's a big question. I mean, are you able to share with us that enlightenment about why we're here? I mean, at least the way you discovered it, just curious. Cause that's a big question that I think we all are in the search for the answer, right? Like why are we in this world? What's the purpose? And it is a tough question. I mean, it depends what angle you go about it. I mean - Have you heard of the Sumerian tablets? Yes, but I'm not too clear about the details, but yeah. So the Sumerian tablets are the oldest document written on earth. And they essentially tell the creation story of humanity and can be corroborated with other ancient pieces of literature and texts that have been found on like every major continent. And they contain all the major stories in the Bible, like Adam and Eve and like all the old Testament stuff, like the great flood and the tower of Babel. And basically says that humans were created as a slave race for the Anunnaki to mine gold, which kind of is how the world still works today. Like we're all just a bunch of slaves that are trying to collect gold for our higher ups. It's essentially the same thing. Like humanity's just always been like this. It's just, it's a business unlike any other group of living things or animals. Humanity is innately tied to money and an economy and a mathematical algorithm of resources. And I think initially money did represent resources, but now I see money more as representing attention because, well, it can be both for sure. But the amount of money someone has is generally correlated with the amount of attention they have. Like any famous person you see, unless it's their first time going viral for anything ever, there's a good chance that they have at least a million dollars. Like anyone you hear talking, like I don't think this podcast is gonna be getting a hundred thousand plays for this episode, but if it was, we'd both be rich probably. You know what I mean? It's like there's - From your mouth to God's mouth, to Gazys as they say, right? You know, hey, you never know. This is a pretty interesting show. I think it's gonna have its own play. Well, I'm just saying that based on the fact that none of the podcasts I have done have gotten there. sort Not any of explanation for me or you as individuals, but I just think the attention factor translates into money very easily because that's why I'm trying to build up my following and do like branding and stuff. I just had my first clip hit a million views today on Instagram. So that was pretty cool. We need to talk about that, but yeah, we'll catch on that one. Yeah, yeah, that just happened today. So I mean, basically you keep pumping out a million plus views on your clips. That's gonna turn into money somewhere along the way. It's like you create a product or a service, subscribe to my Patreon for my podcast or my business that I'm gonna bring up now. It's called Golden Cricket, where I make cricket protein bars made of actual crickets because crickets are 65 % protein by weight. They contain all nine essential amino acids. They use 2 ,000 times less water to produce than whey protein. They're basically the food of the future. They are high in calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium, and I'm also a standup comedian. So as a comedian, the worst thing you can have in the audience is crickets. So I figure we'll just kill them all and turn them into food. And there's revenge served in every bite. So there's a lot of layers to it. Oh, hold on. I gotta do this. I had to do it. It's crickets, Matty. Sorry. You just had that queued up? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Go ahead, man. Well, yeah. So like, you know, I build my following enough that I can pivot those sales to my product or not sales, pivot those audience members to my product page and convert that into a sale. Or - It's the right way to do it. Or I'm growing my music catalog and my podcast, like all these things. I'm creating a bunch of things that I can funnel people to once I build the audience. Which is, it's a weird thing to be trying to do, just to be consciously thinking about how can I appeal to the maximum number of people on the internet while maintaining my authenticity and integrity. It's a weird mental gymnastic you gotta do with yourself. And then I end up putting out stuff that I don't even like. That's what happened with this clip specifically. I made a stupid joke about being gay. And I was like, I haven't been putting up content much. I should just put one up. And I ran it past a friend. I was like, should I post this one? And they're like, yeah, it's funny. I'm like, ah, really? I don't really like it that much. I posted it. And I think that was three days ago and it's been gaining traction ever since I posted it. And it just crossed a million views like an hour ago. Instagram. Yeah. Ooh. And I've been posting a bunch of videos on YouTube shorts under Octavius Thunder. So if you like me talking now, then I do more of that on my page. But the YouTube shorts, there's something going on in the algorithm right now where it's just bumping people up. And I do these things where I film me talking to my dog and it has like a vine type of recording where you just hold it down and then it records and you let your thumb up, it stops recording. So I can flip the camera around and like have a conversation with my dog with his just like little face after everything I say. So I can make like these stupid jokes and then it'll be his face looking at me like that was a stupid joke. And I think that blueprint right there has made it for a very attractive piece of content that I can just do whenever. And so I'll put like 10, 15 of those a day out. Like minimal, minimal effort. Like I'll press record without even knowing what I'm gonna say. And I'll just make something up and it doesn't matter. And then they'll blow up and I'll gain like around 30 new subscribers a day. I'm up to like 1 ,637 subscribers right now on YouTube. And I've been doing this for like a couple months. Wow, very nice. So yeah, I've been trying to test out the social media virality algorithm for quite some time. And I just now feel like I'm gaining some success with it. So, but it's very up and down as is any success in life. There's one aspect of you don't wanna get too used to the stuff blowing up cause then it doesn't happen. You're like, oh, I suck. But then also like you shouldn't even care about it at all cause it doesn't mean anything if it doesn't turn into money yet. But also that's not true. You still have to care about it cause it's on the way there. So it just really jumbles up your priorities. Cause you've been taught your whole life to not care about likes and stuff, but then it's like, oh, well now it matters now. These are things like views and stuff. If you're running a media based business or you're measuring your marketing analysis, like these are key performance indicators that you would show to venture capitalists. Like these, it's important data that can affect financing.
Fresh update on "eli" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"WTI crude oil is lower, just over $88 a barrel. Gold also lower, it's called about $1 ,840 an ounce. Coming up, we're going to get the latest reporting on the political infighting from the nation's capital and what it means for markets. Plus we will check in with Jack Ablin, Cresset Capital Chief Investment Officer. But first, let's check in with Jess Metten for a look at pre -market equity trading. Jess, what do you got for us? HP Inc, that's ticker symbol, HPQ gaining more than 2 percent in pre -market trading. So analysts over at Bank of America actually double upgraded their rating PC on Maker the to buy from Outperform with positive commentary expected at next week's endless day. Also Bank of America analysts are saying that HP does appear to be bottoming out thanks to those cost cuts supporting those stable margins while there is an EPS upside from those buybacks, according to So them. they raised its price target to $33 versus $25, so that does imply close to a 30 percent increase from Monday's close, Paul. All right. Another one I'm keeping an eye on, Eli Lilly, ticker symbol, L -L -Y, so it did say that it will pay about $1 .4 billion to acquire Point Biopharma Global, that's PNT on that stock, to gain radiation therapies and development for illnesses like prostate cancer. If you look at Point's shares this morning, jumping over 80 percent ahead of the opening bell. If you look over at Eli Lilly, shares dipping about two -tenths of a percent. So big move but there, Eli Lilly did say it will pay $12 .50 a share there in cash, to according that statement earlier today. And of course I go to M -A -Go for this transaction, get the M &A transaction, the advisor for Eli Lilly, Goldman Sachs, advisor for the seller, Centerview Partners, banking fees, M &A fees. There you go. So that's another mover this morning. Another one I wanted to point out is Spicemaker McCormick. That's ticker symbol. MKC shares are down six percent ahead of the opening bell. So it did report net sales that did trail the average analyst estimate in a larger than expected decline in product volume there. So you are seeing that stock pressured. And then I wanted to point out Macy's ticker symbol M. So those shares are slipping less than one percent. The retailer actually did announce that it will open 30 new small format stores at the fall of 2025. So it is working to expand its presence basically outside of traditional in traditional malls. We talked so much about how retailers have been pressured. Though Macy's does already operate some of these small locations in markets like in Dallas, Atlanta, St. Louis and Chicago. And it announced four new ones back in August. If you look at Macy's stock though, year to date, down 44 percent heading into the opening bell. Yeah, and you know, who knows about this holiday season here? I mean, slightly higher is what I'm hearing at this stage from the retail analysts, but not much right. And obviously, as you know, Paul, when you think of the fourth quarter, that's the gangbuster quarter, especially when you think about how that translates into consumer spending and obviously economic growth there. And lastly, ALX Oncology is one I wanted to point out. ALXO shares surging more than 100 percent ahead of the opening bell. So it actually erased an earlier drop. It did report an interim and mid -stage data from a trial of its drug for the treatment of advanced gastric cancer. So that stock really taking off ahead of the opening bell, Paul. I mean, again, another buy. If I had been long that one. Right. We'd have been in good shape. And its shares had dropped nearly 60 percent through yesterday's close. Oh, OK. All right. So it's a small cap or two here. Right. OK. Very good. All right. Jess Metten, you thank so much. We appreciate that. Jess Metten giving us the lowdown on this pre -market trading. Again, the S &P 500 off six tenths of one percent. I mean, it's the first week of October and the old analyst in me we says are close to getting earnings again, Tom. I mean, it just seems like it comes every few months. You've got to gear up and get ready for the onslaught of earnings. What's interesting about it, as you know, is like the advent is always a big banks. OK, who cares? Great. The 13th. but before But that now is retail. And in this crazy economy, what retailers are saying is actually really important. Yep. So it's like, when does it end? When does it begin? I'm really not sure. What we know is the hour begins and brings surveillance brought to you by Kohn Resnick advisory assurance tax. Stay ahead. A real market estate shifts to drive opportunity and manage risk. Let Kohn Resnick's advisors help Visit .com KohnResnick today. KohnResnick Come. Paul, we missed you yesterday. Bramo was good, but she was Sweeney. Good. No. Well, it's not good when a train hits a car on the track. That's tragic. Yeah, the person was fine. No, the person was fine. Yeah. Yeah. No, no harm, no foul. But again, it just snarls things up as they say, but the train's running much better today. So here we are. All right. So again, Tom, we've got earnings coming up in the next week or so to start kicking off with the big banks. Let's check in with Michael Casper. He does the strategy thing with Bloomberg Intelligence. Michael, I mean, I think you and Gina and your team, you kind of called an earnings trough last year, right? mean, I earnings, we're going to get growth this year and then we get earning double digit earnings growth next Does that seem reasonable to you? So right now, at least the way consensus is moving, it seems pretty reasonable. So if you look at our revision momentum metric, which is the number number of companies with positive revisions over the last 12 months to the next 12 month EPS over the last four weeks, versus the number that have been cut, that's finally moving positive for the S &P 500. It's moving positive for the MSCI US, so a few different indices in the US, and it's signaling that consensus is getting pretty strong on this view. And when you mention that earnings recession that you're talking about, that we've been talking about since 2022, that was really an ex energy earnings recession that started in 2Q22. So right now, if you look at ex energy earnings for the year ahead, they're actually pretty strong, at least based on consensus, averaging about 10%. Alright, so if I've got a Fed that is at or near peak rates, and I've got earnings pretty darn good. Are your little models flashing green by here? I know you've got lots of models down there on the fourth floor. So the problem really still is with rates, right? So consensus expectations for the two year yield are at about 3 .7 a year out. If you plug that into our model, like you mentioned, the fair value model, that caps the multiple on the S &P 500 at about 19 .5 times. So the problem really is on the valuation side, even if earnings could be pretty decent, multiple should be kind based of capped on how high rates are still. So you guys need to see rates come down. Is that what you're looking for? As opposed to like me, I look ahead, I discount and I see my rates are kind of at or near the peak. The next move is down. Yeah, so again, consensus 3 at .7 on the two year, that's down 130 basis points about from when I last looked at it. Yep. But really, that could help sentiment, what you're saying, right? So yields coming down might help sentiment, might help earnings a little bit in the future. It's obviously going to be a bit of a lagged effect, but even with rates coming down pretty sizable, multiples are pretty hindered. You were at Union College. They play hockey there. They play hockey there. And the scenic Mohawk River, they have like winter and then fourth of July. Yes.
Monitor Show 16:00 08-08-2023 16:00
"Today, Scar, I'm wondering if investors were coming in and buying the dip or if they got a little spooked and they took a step back and said, wait a second, our worries are confined to one sector. Yeah, it just looked like the bank's downgrade from Moody's was a repeat of the worries that existed in April and May, but nothing really new there. I mean, people had already kind of factored all of that in. Yeah, absolutely. But I think the two, I think what rattled, what seemed to rattle the market out of that Moody's report was really kind of some of the corporate looking statements, the idea that I think what everyone thought was in the past with regards to the regional banking crisis, at least in Moody's view, they're saying still up ahead in the future. And I think that maybe is why, and also it wasn't just the banks that got downgraded. I think it was a lot of the bigger ones that got put on watch, that rattled some folks. Nevertheless, as we talk about a market that opened lower by more than a percent, and in fact, some of these indices were down two, three, 4 % on the day. Now we're only looking at fractional losses. The Dow Jones Industrial average down four of five -tenths of a percent. The S &P 500 down four -tenths of a percent. The NASDAQ composite down eight -tenths of a percent. And the Russell 2000 is going to finish out the day down by about six -tenths of a percent. All right. And let's just take a quick look at the S &P 500 in particular. We're seeing, just pulling it up here, 153 names in the index, actually higher for the day, 349 to the downside. So we did see a bit of a clawback, if you will, in a lot of these names in that index. All right. Let's take a look at the industry groups because when I came in this morning, it was pretty much all red. There was one group in the green, and that was the pharma stocks because of Eli Lilly. You can see how that's shifted a little bit here. Pharma stocks still at the top of the heap there, powered by Eli Lilly. Utilities led by Duke Energy moving higher. And notable that Apple snapped its five -day decline. So tech hardware also finishing up in the green. On the downside, you have chip makers, healthcare equipment stocks, and insurers, each off by more than 1%. All right. So as Scarlett...
Fresh "ELI" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"We saw moving forward with that motion to vacate. Does McCarthy have enough votes to keep his job? Now that right there is the key question. There are a handful of Republicans who are already saying that will they support this effort to oust McCarthy. Congressman Eli Crane, a Republican of Arizona, another Arizona Republican, Congressman Andy Biggs. So look, in the very slim House majority, Kevin McCarthy to can only lose afford a handful of votes. But look, the key here and the wild card here is going to be how Democrats act this on motion to vacate. If Democrats vote to oust McCarthy, it is very possible that he loses control of the speaker's gavel. But if Democrats vote present, which is essentially sitting on the sidelines, or they vote against ousting McCarthy, that could potentially save the speaker. So Democrats have been very coy about how they will act on this motion. By and large, they are saying that they will refer to any signals and directions from Minority Leader Hakeem And we'll have to stay tuned to find out how all that plays out in the days ahead. 3 .48 on WTOP. Over to Rich Hunter this morning in the WTOP Traffic Center. Hi, good news. One of the paving projects is now off the table. Southbound 395 headed south to the Pentagon, past Washington Boulevard toward Glebe Road. That works done picked up and cleared. All lanes have been reopened. But be aware you may be dealing with some uneven pavement there so watch out. Southbound 95 still working as you head south to Dale City down toward the truck Humphreys. scales near Again single file right could you buy that works done as of late. Just a brief slow down. 95 Northbound from
Real-life 'The Queen's Gambit': Custodian leads school chess teams in Maine
"The real-life version of Netflix is The Queen's Gambit is being played out in Maine. The Netflix series is about a chess prodigy inspired by a janitor. That was just them copying me. David bishop is a custodian and coached of the reeds Brooke middle school and whether it be elementary school chess teams in hampden Maine, both teams won their state chess tournaments and did well in a national tournament. Eli Marquis says he sees the Netflix connection. The character's coach is a janitor. That's one similarity, but one difference is that he teaches many people and I thought that was cool because we're a team. Bishop notes that the Netflix chess coach is a janitor, he's a custodian. Custodians, they open a locker, a kid needs to open. They jump start a car if that's needed. For any one of the parents, we set up for dances. Bishop says they're just playing chess, but it's like a workout for the brain. I'm Ed Donahue
Naomi Wolf and Eric Discuss Observations From King Charles' Coronation
"Anybody believes that Charles thinks of the Christian faith alone much less the faith of those in the Church of England to be worthy of his defense. He has always struck me as someone who does want to using your word Eli, you know, a lot of these differences. But when I saw him there with a Greek Orthodox priest and a Roman Catholic cardinal, I believe it was. And I just thought this is at least odd, but you go in your piece, you go way, way, way past that. So just. Let's talk about, I mean, the first thing you talk about that really struck me as creepy was the screen. Shielding him while there's this sacred moment with the Archbishop of Canterbury, who, as far as I'm concerned, the heretic anyway. So this is why part of me doesn't care about any of this. But the fact is that he shielded. But you said in your piece that we couldn't hear him and that was very strange that no one could hear what was going. We had to take it on faith, I suppose, that he's saying the sacred words as he is being anointed. So talk about that. Sure, it's interesting how people remember things because actually the first section of the essay, I think a lot of women will remember, which is about fashion. And it's about how in coronations past there have been ladies in the white dresses that's traditional, but that they wore the dresses of their fashion moment, whereas for the first time in all the coronations that I've seen, key women in this ritual were wearing druidic gowns, like literally handmaid's tale type, long sleeved ankle length, shapeless, tunick, white gowns, with a cape like poor little princess Charlotte, were a little cape lit. And they had kind of garlands in their rethink their crowns, and I thought, well, what is this in British history? This is druidism.
Eli Lilly says experimental drug slows Alzheimer's worsening
"A pharmaceutical company says it's experimental Alzheimer's drug appeared to slow the disease from getting worse during a big study. The drug is called Dana map over an 18 month trial Eli Lilly says people with early stage Alzheimer's who received infusions showed 35% less decline in thinking skills compared to those given a dummy drug. Like with a similar drug that recently hit the market with similar evidence of slowing Alzheimer's effects, there are safety concerns. Eli Lilly says two trial participants died after suffering brain side effects. Outside experts have not yet vetted the preliminary study results. I'm Sagar Meghani.
Powerful new obesity drug poised to upend weight loss care
"A drug still in testing for obesity treatment may be poised to upend weight loss care. With the brand name manjaro is a once weekly injection already approved to treat diabetes. Today, drug maker Eli Lilly reported that a late stage trial found it helped people with diabetes lose up to 16% of their body weight over a span of 17 months, earlier evidence showed participants without diabetes, lost up to 22% of their body weight, making the medication more effective than other new drugs like ozempic and wake ovy. The company is applying for fast track approval from U.S. regulators, although the drug has been used off label since last year, analysts predict to appetite could become a blockbuster with annual sales of $50 billion a year. Jennifer King, Washington
Is Matt Ryan a Hall-of-Famer?
"Personally believe Matt Ryan's a Hall of Famer. Now hear me out. And here's why. He brought his team to a championship. I know they lost that. If they have that championship, eve waltz is in the Hall of Fame. It's the same thing with Matthew Stafford. Matthew Stafford wasn't going to the Hall of Fame. Whether we believe there announced that's wise. I think winning that ring, he's going to get in now. Eli Manning, which is two rings, has probably going to get in the Hall of Fame, 'cause it's New York and it's a whole thing. Okay, now there's your difference. Let's take Eli Manning. Is it the two rings that put Eli Manning in the holiday man in two rings are going to vault him in? But if Eli Manning were to have Aaron Rodgers career, he'd be in the Hall of Fame. And probably waltzing in as well. Aaron Rodgers has four MVP awards. He is dominated his division and he also owns the city of Chicago, but did he really? He comes up short. I agree. He has come up short many times. But how many? He does have a race. On the MVPs. Okay? I mean, think about some of the people who have been named MVPs. All right, and granted, he got it four times. Over the last years when he was really taking a baiting from media about the vaccine stuff. And when you heard his side of the story, which has never been contradicted by the reporters who were trashing him, you know, that he did say what he actually did. He didn't lie about it.
Lilly plans to slash some insulin prices, expand cost cap
"Eli Lilly says it plans to cut prices for some insolence, starting in January, the federal government started capping the cost of insulin through Medicare at $35 a month. President Biden mentioned it during the State of the Union address. Let's finish the job this time. Let's cap the cost of insulin for everybody at $35. Lily says it will cut the list price for its most commonly prescribed insulin humalog and for another insulin humulin by 70% in the fourth quarter starting in October. This could mean relief for people with diabetes who face annual cost of more than a $1000 for insulin they need in order to live. Lily says it will immediately cap monthly out of pocket costs at $35 for people who are not covered by Medicare. President Biden says Eli Lilly is heeding his call and others should follow. Ed Donahue, Washington
Schwartz scores twice to lead Kraken past Flyers
"Jaden Schwartz scored twice in the crack and ended a three game losing streak by tripping the flyers four three. Two points feel bigger sometimes. You win a couple of years in a great spot, you lose a couple and you might be on the outside looking in. Oh, and tippett opened the scoring for the flyers as their fans prepared to watch the eagles and the Super Bowl, but Philly didn't put another shot on goal for the final 16 and a half minutes of the first period. Jordan eberle had a goal and an assist Eli Tobin and also scored and fill a crew barrier stopped 18 shots for Seattle. James van riemsdyk Patrick Brown scored for the flyers amid a sea of green at the arena in Philadelphia. I'm Dave fairy.
After 15 Rounds of Voting, Kevin McCarthy Has Finally Been Elected
"Late Friday evening going into Saturday morning, a deal was struck for Speaker of the House. The 20 holdouts negotiated a fabulous deal. And I will be very honest with you, as many of you who watch and listen to this program with regularity, I was skeptical. And I was skeptical for good reason, and I'm gonna prove that my skepticism was rooted in a real threat, but these holdouts got us a terrific deal. They pushed it just far enough with real demands. Serious asks of what success looks like, and these are patriots. They're not terrorists as some people on television called them. Dan Crenshaw called them. Narcissistic, insurgents, sociopathic enemies. This is all nonsense. These are patriots that showed in the end that they were willing to negotiate in good faith. Now, these concessions led to real substantive rule changes if the rules package can indeed pass in the next day or two. We're going to talk in great detail of what that means, but we must realize that on late Friday evening, the kind of forces that we're holding out, everyone from Andy Biggs to Eli crane to Matt rosendale to Lauren boebert to Matt Gaetz to Anna paulina Luna. They were pushing and pushing and pushing for real rules changes, but there was a rumbling that began to surface. And that rumbling was from the moderate wing. The moderate wing that consists of people like Nancy mace and Tony Gonzalez and Dan Crenshaw. And Burgess Owens, people that are very much in the establishment of the Republican Party and they were getting and Don bacon. They were getting very angry at Matt Gaetz and Lauren boebert and Andy Biggs and the people that were trying to strike a conservative deal that would represent voters.
Who Are the Republicans Against McCarthy
"If your constituency don't want you to vote for McCarthy, you don't vote for McCarthy. And if a Republican person can not come together and get votes on both sides or enough votes to win, then he can't win. You know, it's interesting that the people who have decided not to vote for McCarthy. Because if you look at the state of Arizona, I think all of our representatives. Andy Biggs, Eli crane, who else we got Paul gosar, which was people that I think very highly of. So majority of our representatives is against him. Matt Gaetz Byron Donald is now again some unapologetic. From Florida, chip Roy from Texas, some of the notable name people, I don't really know the rest of these people as well, Lauren boebert, from Colorado, you know, you got one, that's if you go with the state of Arizona, you got one, two, three people from the state of Arizona. You got one, two, it looked like two or three people from that are floridians. They're from Texas, you got at least four people from Texas on this list. A three or four people from Texas, it seems like there's a consistency here in certain states that do not want McCarthy to be the speaker.
"eli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Website and check out the scene red herd presentation here on the main page and you'll see Eli Oakley's name there sharing the byline with Cameron easily, you can actually filter these stories by party, Democrat, all voters, Republican, are the three choices here. And some of these might surprise you to your point, Eli. In some cases, it's across the board level of interest, almost no difference. In other cases, based on your political beliefs, you notice a story more than someone else. I mean, I think one of the more funny moments in this analysis was we were going through the divides between where Republicans heard more about something that Democrats did. And it reminded me of a story that I totally forgotten about it. It was back in January when Joe Biden was kind of a hot mic using an excellent refer to Peter doocy of Fox News. Republicans were almost twice as likely to hear about that 41% of Republican voters said they heard a lot about Joe Biden's offhand comment about a Fox News reporter. I think that tells you a lot about where some of these folks are watching Fox News that it was like the queen had died in January in terms of how that was how that was covered. They gave a lot of attention to that. And I think that's a pretty clean picture of it. That's really incredible stuff. That's why this is becoming more valuable each year you do it. The more data, the more interesting the takeaways here. Eli, thanks for joining us again this year. I'm just gonna throw out there presidential campaign, top story next year. I would imagine. This is going to be this is a long campaign Donald
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu says he has formed a new coalition
"Israel's designated prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced that he has successfully formed a new coalition. Moments before a midnight deadline, Netanyahu called his ready president Isaac Herzog to announce that he had formed a new government. The coalition is to be the most right wing government ever to hold power in Israel so far, the announcement triggered mixed reactions from his radi waking up to the news. Local Jerusalem residents akiva Yoel Ariel saw the move as a step in the right direction. Government that will do a lot of good for the nation of Israel built the country, build new settlements. Israeli Eli ram was dismayed by the news. This
Amber Athey: Debate Is Welcomed if DeSantis Runs for President
"Know I'm getting some commentary from listeners They say well a desantis Trump primary is going to be really destructive It's going to destroy the Republican Party you know it's very apocalyptic to talk It's very like book of Eli so I don't buy it amber I just don't see any evidence of that I mean the Obama Hillary thing was a disaster for both of them went on forever and it made Obama sharper and made him build out his donor list and be more aggressive And he won I mean Trump fought off what 16 competitors who even knows in 2016 he went on to win you had a brutal bush McCain primary bush won I mean I just don't see any evidence that primaries are inherently destructive to a future campaign after you win No I don't see that either and frankly I would kind of welcome the debate if desantis does end up running I don't think that the assumption should be that it's going to be Trump I think he has a lot of things going for him I feel very conflicted about the issue frankly His endorsements in the toss up races in the midterms didn't pan out very well I didn't think it was necessary for him to attack two of the party's most popular governors heading into the race but he's also the father of the GOP realignment and how to really good presidency So I think there's some things going forward against him and the party should absolutely be having that debate I think my biggest issue right now is that the fact that he announced last night has over shadowed a lot of the other conversations about who else needs to be held accountable in the GOP for the lackluster performance last Tuesday and it's allowing a lot of these really bad actors to escape accountability for their own actions or inactions and helping the party win
Learning The Voice Of The Lord - burst 1
"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. Hello, everyone. I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast will be focusing on learning the voice of the lord. We must wait before him and have our spiritual ears train to hear that still small voice. There's this thing called head knowledge. Where you can have a head knowledge of the scriptures and you can acknowledge in your mind and believe in your mind but have no experience. Yeah. Exactly. With the word at all, and it's crucial to have experiential knowledge with his word because that's what works at in your heart and in your spirit. Otherwise, you know, it's not real. It's not a lie. And so, you know, you ask the question, how are we able to hear the voice of the lord? The ear that hears is the ear of the servant. The love slave. The man who humbles himself before the lord. Those are the folks that actually hear what God has to say. And he says my sheep know my voice. You can tell it so obvious when somebody's speaking is that the lord speaking or is it just somebody talking? It's probably one of the hardest things to teach because it's an individual experience. You know, honestly, you get somebody that praise for you to have ears to hear. That really is where it comes from because none of us are here except that somebody prayed for us. Right. Jesus said that my sheep hear my voice and they follow me, a stranger they will not follow and is that there's something innate when you open up your heart and accept the lord. Yeah, that's an important key what you're saying Laurie because hearing the voice of the lord is based upon a relationship. Right. And you were talking earlier about head knowledge. Yeah, you can know that Bible from one end to the other. The whole bit, but unless you have a relationship with the scriptures, it's never going to mean anything to you. Right. I think one of the things that kicks off a true relationship is Salvation. Because he can yell at you all day long, but when you turn around and you say, I open my heart to your lord, that's the beginning of a relationship. And I think that's where the voice of the lord, as we learn it over our growing in that, that it starts with you speaking back because he's been speaking for a long time. You just weren't listening. Right. When you answer, here I am, lord. What Samuel say? Would Eli teach Samuel to do? Here am I. Here am I. That to me is a place of beginning. What I love is that the actually the voice of the lord can come and appear in many forms and in many applications. You know, I mean, the worst case you have is balaam, right? The donkey. We'll say the donkey talk with him. That was the voice of the lord. But your circumstances can talk to you as we are talking, you know, and the lord speaks through a vessel that's like, I know that voice. I don't care who's talking. I know that's the lord coming through. Here's the question, what are some safeguards? We are believing that like Jesus, we actually must hear from God. Right. There is a natural response of skepticism when someone says God spoke to me. Yeah. I love it. Do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God. And that's first John or one. And some of the safeguards here are humility, authority, submission, witness, confirmation and covering. Regardless of how much God reveals to you, even if you could write a whole new Bible, you still must submit it to those who are over you in the lord. There has to be confirmation. Right. Right. And we're learning that we have confirmation with each other. That we can trust in each other if they're looking for it. Because some people don't don't try and look for it. They just, I just want to hear the voice of the lord. And then they run with it. They just go on from there and say, that's a voice of the lord. Without confirmation without anything. So yeah, you're right. There's a couple of other things about the voice of the lord. There is a couple of keys in the scriptures that help us fine tune our hearing God speak to us, Romans 8, verse one. There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Right. If you're listening to somebody speaking, there's something just not right, and you, you feel a condemnation, that's not from the lord. The accuser of the brethren, a rat poison, 99 and 4400 percent pure, there again, you develop an ear for that. Yeah. God not going to come and accuse you of anything. He's going to come to you and he's going to say, come up higher. Yeah. He'll say, I've made a provision for you called grace. I'm going to teach you I chase in every son whom I received. And that is hugely positive. If you hear a voice telling you that a chastening is a bad thing, that's not God. Yeah. That's right. So you're saying it was a good thing because it's what God puts you through by his hand to make you a son. And God has been speaking to you. Since the dawn of your conception. All she wants to do is bring you into his family. Yeah. And listen carefully to what that voice says and Ron and I were talking about this the other day. I flat out asking misses Ron what voice is used when God speaks to you, and he says, my own, I laughed, I said, there's nothing wrong with that. God uses your voice to talk to you so you'll listen and understand. But that's true. Many times, as we are one on one with God, he's using your voice. What did Jesus do his entire ministry? He did what he saw the father do, and he spoke what he heard the father say. That is the revelation of the father. Where does the father speak? Samuel classic example, Samuel. Four times before he understood what he was supposed to do. And then you have people like Elijah, who lived in the presence of the lord, I am sure they communed quite a bit. You know if you're in his presence, at least you're listening. You may not have a lot of questions. Because in his presence, there's no nothing amiss, if you will, it's peaceful, it's really calm, it's wonderful, place to be. I recommend it. I really do. But we used to talk about practice the presence of the lord. Yes. If you hear the voice of the lord and your response, he will give you the confirmation or he will show you what he's doing. But when you hear what he's saying and you act upon it, what you're talking about earlier, Lori, it's that action upon his word that were Dale's talking about where he will talk to you again. You create that relationship, you build it up. By listening and acting upon what he speaks. Right. This is critical though, what you're saying. This waiting on God and tying it into learning his voice before you will understand on how to wait on him. I really believe that God may 1st put you through some very deep afflictions. And difficult dealings basically drives you into him. Yeah. Out of those deep dealings though, you get this motivation to seek his face and to hear what he has to say. So it's very critical, semantics work, your relationships, and having it confirmed and that's the only way to have a 100%, you know, you're on the right track with the lord. And hearing this and walking with him. One of the things that always struck me was it seemed like Christ spent a lot of time in prayer. There was a term that I've heard for a number of years now. And that's the prayer of listening. I really think that Christ spent a lot of time doing that. His prayer was a prayer of listening. I think that is, that's something that we develop in a relationship. Yes. We learned to be quiet, saddle our mind, take control of our spirit, end listen. Lord said be skill and know that I am God. Today we've heard that it is crucial that we have experiences with the lord in the scriptures and not just a bunch of head knowledge. This is the experiences with him as the word of God that opens up a deep relationship with him to truly hear his voice. The lord is speaking to each one of us, are we listening? Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind a veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.
ESPN Are Innovating With Their Commentator Selection
"I love how ESPN and their team of networks is getting guys that currently play and former play, but they're not so far out like a Kurdish strange or a Dottie pepper. They're younger guys and they're getting them with their takes live. It's like the mayonnaise getting on Monday Night Football. It's similar to that in that it's way more interesting to hear Peyton Manning and Eli Manning, bullshit with young jock or whoever the hell they brought on that. I think they brought on Nelly and got Nellie's opinion on the last throw by someone in the playoffs. I don't remember who it was. But that telecast that Monday Night Football with the mannings got higher reviews. It got higher ratings than anything they've ever done because that's more interesting. People want to hear current guys that can kind of talk, the public through the mindset of what's going on on the telecast. I think it's cool. I think when I've always watched golf on TV or coverage, I come at it from a more of a different way of how I look at a golf course. Sometimes I want to know more information about the conditions that day or that pin location and specific the green speeds. What that person's got going on in that day as far as their a stuff. Those are the things that I don't really ever know while watching. Just assume you just see the best shots that day and sometimes you just don't catch on with some of the things those players are going through that day. So I'm looking forward to kind of maybe telling that side of the story a little bit and see how it goes.
"eli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This I got to tell you Eli just about every democratic lawmaker we've had on was repulsed by the idea thinking that it would distract from the actual legislation that needed to be passed Yes I mean as one of the big points senator shimmer made is like we'll get to that after we get to voting rights But 69% of Democrats support it based on your poll Yeah I mean that is a great question for senator shimmer We had him on the show But I just think it's fascinating how much of a difference Look you know we're not new at this This happens a lot But what a difference between the polling and the people who are representing those who took the poll Welcome to Washington Yes You know what I mean There is one thing about prioritization here though And we asked about the short count acts or voting access or expanding the oversight of the states And the biggest answer from voters was none of the above This is Democrats have not made the case to the American people how big of a deal this was I mean I don't think we've seen polling that showed President Biden's big speech last week broke through to a lot of voters for example And so that's what has been trying to do for the last couple of weeks so far It's not working We'll see if the debate on Capitol Hill breaks through but I think it passes precedent Things like this don't always both break through the American people We should mention the survey conducted January 8th through the 9th and I do like to get this out there because people ask about polls People are pretty savvy 2000 registered voters In this survey from morning consults Eli it's great to have you Eli Oakley good conversation and interesting data.
"eli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Brad Siegel This is the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports Michael Barnes I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch Third down and 5 Pressure from Thomas off the edge Eli Manning stays on his feet Airs it out down the field It is caught by Tyree inside the 25 Oh my gosh Eli man I don't know how he got out of there I thought he was on the ground and then he came out of the pile and just slays it Yes see he caught him on his head Yeah If you could see in the radio world lynch and that vein popping out of his forehead Oh it's great Super Bowl 42 at miracle bath Let's continue our conversation with two time Super Bowl winning MVP Eli Manning Yeah he was there Eli if you want to see Mike lynch have a nostril flair It was great We gotta bring this up See lynch it is in case anybody doesn't know lynchy is like a dynamo and he is well known in the Boston sports world It's for years exactly So you're breaking up Michael See I would be throwing out of the booth guys because I would be all of a sudden shouting He caught the ball off his damn head He called it off his head Of course Yeah I am saying he called the ball on his damn it David diary I've never seen that before But I bring this up because you have those great Super Bowl moments and of course now that we're in the playoffs we're about to have another Super Bowl coming Take us through what it means business wise for the sponsorships and all that involved for not only just the team but for the league in general and for TV Well first off the plate of Tyree it worked out just like we practiced Amazing Because Coughlin just designed that play I told the ultimate line don't block anybody really I got to run around and escape some blocks just because you're so mobile and then we all thought it looked a little crazy but you know that's why that's why he's one of the great coaches of all time He threw it up Which one in the practice field had you hold the Jersey Yeah But like you said this is obviously an exciting time for everybody When you get into the playoffs of any sports but there's nothing better as a player just kind of knowing hey you're one of the few teams that gets to go in and practice today Getting ready preparing for these for these games And it's an excitement And it's also for the organization sponsors involved and everybody that's in Obviously you got the Super Bowl coming out which is obviously just great for sponsors and the television commercials that the events going on around in Los Angeles and SoFi Stadium and the things are be gone or in the buzz around there So it's such a playoff time It's such an exciting exciting time It's good for everybody It's great for the team that have that have made it It's also kind of this week is the time where you see coaches getting fired And GM's goodbye And hey who are we going to sign And so other teams are starting to hire new coach interview new coaches so the team needs to initiate the playoffs There's big changes going on and excitement on that sense as well And so it's just a wonderful time to be around to be a part of it Eli final question to you at least for me on Manning cast You guys clearly have done an incredible job with just getting attention and getting people excited about new ways of watching football and appreciating what you bring to the game But a couple of players might be kind of concerned giving the Manning curse on the man in cast Players are Owen 7 after coming onto your broadcast Aaron Rodgers week 17 last week 18 So when you talk about looking through your rolodex and thinking through who you're going to bring on what kind of reception do you get when you reach out to folks and they're kind of like a little bit weary because they want to make sure that bad luck doesn't come their way given what's been happening all season Yeah you know we obviously play in sports You can get superstitious I think we were quarterbacks rolling 5 or the players have been on and so it hadn't really become an issue but we had discussed it and we're like all right we got to get a must win We got to get a must win player So everything all right we got the bills Josh Allen and they're playing The Jaguars and so that's been a win And then when they lost that game and we have a problem on our hands now and I said I can't go and ask a player to come on the show Knowing that the media might hit him or it might be a distraction to the player And we don't want that that's not what this is about Last week with the Aaron Rodgers I think there should be an asterisk besides that went just because he only played a half of the game and it didn't really matter if they won or lost That's a lot of nuance there So it should be a little asterisk on that one but we're not getting any we have had coaches is not apply to coaches I think that should be noted on their coaches have come on and gone and won the following week So I don't think we're going to get any current players before any playoff games for this for this week obviously So we'll stick with maybe some players retired players players out of the out of the playoff race or maybe a coach at that aren't in the playoffs but it can give some good analysis on the game itself Vegas bookmakers are breathing aside relief now All right so final question Eli I saw the cast when you had Snoop Dogg on And at the end Snoop Dogg presented you with a gift from Los Angeles He took this gigantic necklace off Has it arrived at or are you going to get it from him in person And will you wear it Oh I will wear it No doubt You get a birthday present from Snoop Dogg You wear it If you wear it proudly So I think there has been some communication and I think it is en route So I look forward to look forward to getting it and hopefully get it in.
"eli" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"It's a lot of work. i don't wing it. I don't just come up with some stuff on the elevator ride down. I put a lot of thought into it and even more so this one because we weren't able to go outside because of restrictions for two years last wall streeters that we did was on the beach in miami before the chiefs super bowl. That's the last one we did and it was. You know whatever. It is eighteen months ago nineteen months ago so because of that. I have a file on my phone that just says trent and i add things periodically that i just think like all men. Trent say that. Or trent would do this and i read. I have things that i said in that. Last segment that i put in this file nine months ago a year and a half ago and i said them and i'll just be thinking i'll be like you know everyone's getting their vaccine shots or whatever and i'm like man. Trent would like steal his grandfather's. Id to get an early vaccine. I'm going to write that down. So i wrote down. Trend steals grandfather's ide- trent at one point. I was having a martini. And i was shaking the martini myself and i was like trent would put creating in his martini. So he can get drunken jacked at the same time so my point is that was two years of collecting items like that to put into the file and so this was just empty in the bag with everything was so fun so how i mean. So you're saying you worked on it for two years but in essence. How long did it take you to write that. You're part of that. Seven minute sketch. Well it's in the next time we do it which will probably be in a few weeks. Trenton jared peyton and eli would not every week we got a space it out because for that one you writing it out the night before you have to have that done a few days before when was it fit like how long the the morning enough like i i start pecking away at it and i don't scripted verbatim i just it's kind of You know both point sort of like just reminders. And road passed. So it's a little the night before and then at some of the morning of in now that will probably do it in a few more weeks like i empty the whole bag. I emptied the trial so now after. Come with fresh stuff and like comedy references. Can you make to like you know you. You see you hooked up with a bridesmaid at one of your own weddings this little nuances like instead of saying you could just say i hooked up with a bridesmaid at my own wedding and that's kind of a funny line but it's at one of my own weddings that is to the next level so the whole thing is the next one soon. It's amazing that one was amazing Do you rehearse it at all you just saying. Do you say it in your head zero rehearsal when we go out there again. It's all lives. There's anything. I don't know what peter is going to say. No idea what he's gonna say he has no idea what i'm gonna say..
"eli" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"You don't know that that's a funny thing i there's so many people have relationships like like we know that michael strahan is very close with jay glazer like they go way back. Glazer wrote the book and stuff like that. I don't have that they would pay and tries to put the helmet on my natural instincts. Know me is. I'm going to make a joke about his big head but like he might be like. Screw whoever you are like me. That's we don't have a back story. We don't have that at all so again. That would have gone weird places. Yeah yeah i mean you could do that with schrager and make fun of past gonna make fun of peyton. Manning nate like that simple. I've done that for five years. But like i'm not making the big head joke and if i'm not making the big joke and what am i doing there to talk about the governor to like. He'll do that. They should have done as a guest one week. Just as well and ally speaking of the paint and any light show eli. Is your first guest on season three of ten questions. Your podcast with spotify. Which is not your typical. You know there's a trillion podcasts out. There this one's a little different where you do questions ten questions that have to do with the person's career and life i i saw the clip. Usa actually. It was posted in of thoughts on wednesday. If people want to go back of talking about the dirty dancing commercial widow del beckham. I thought that was really. I mean again. You're seeing the side of eli that you didn't know if it was there or you didn't see it often. But he had that line to you about he. He saw dirty dancing way way too many times that he would care to admit throughout the process of the paint show. And then doing the podcast. Did you change your opinion or did you always know this was a funny dude. Or what has he like changed for you over these experiences. I had like a a casual social meeting with you lie that i was very excited for and everyone afterwards. You know i get my wife and my brother. Whoever they'd be like. Oh my god so like what's he li- like like his exactly like you'd think yous eli. He's very friendly and polite and soft spoken and he likes childish humor pranks like he's just he was just wasn't what i everything. I expect everything i hoped. It would be And then when he came on some questions like you know. I gotta be honest. Jimmy like i took him as some places that like. I don't think he was expected to go All these years later. Like i said to him all right. So what was the deal. You straight up. Just refuse to play for the chargers. That was crazy. No one like no one has done that. Since we're in the era of player and power meant like we've never seen in history and still everybody said joe boroughs should in-app play for the bengals. You had the balls to say no. I don't care if you draft me. i'll sit out. Where does that come from. And you know we talked a lot about. Was it his agent. What is his dad. And he's like listen. It was me. I'd done my research. I wasn't going to be a charger. And it's.
"eli" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Which is the manning brothers company but espn. It's always been very much on the down low. So i really respect that and i will continue to respect it but Jimmy wildly flattered to be approached. Now let's this in mind. I'm not any espn employees. I never have been. I've never even been to bristol. And they reached out to me to say peyton. Eli are gonna do monday night football. They're going to do an alternative broadcast was like. Wow that's pretty prestigious. that's cool guys will be great and they're like we're thinking we might wanna third person and were interested in you being that third person and so i mean that was incredible i was loved it of course and then what what do you have to do. What kohl's do. I have to walk over to be part of this and so there was some feeling out meetings so couple of phone calls and then we just did screwed up straight up addition myself with peyton with the guy and We did a game and it's like we did a game from last year because the season has started yet. And this is what i'll tell you. When it ended one of the executives who was running the thing they called me right afterwards and they said to me. What do you think and i. It wasn't them this executive said what do you think and i said the hype is real. They they they don't need a host the they don't need a third person like they. I think you should just do the two of them now. Typically you go the other way and say well you know. I i think i think i found spots and i made some jokes not able to put them in a good position and i just didn't i couldn't be. It was in the i if we did thirty minutes by about minute five i was like. Oh my god payton's amazing and We've watched her whole life. We know what is the deal is and how funny is now. Smarty is the football acumen. I'd never seen him like this because you know back then. Even before he's on tv he was still in like prove it mode. It was the first time. I think he'd ever really got up and tried this thing. In some sort of form. And he was just fastball. Fastball fastball toss. To eli interesting comment funny joke. Back to peyton fastball fastball. Like every single thing that he said was insightful. About football interesting original funny. It's all the things that game broadcast crews get accused of not being anymore and so ended. I got a thrill out of it. And i'll tell my great grandkids that i did it someday. But it emphatically afterwards. I was saying i'm not part of this. No one is part of this. You can find anybody in the world. It is peyton manning ally manning and that is it's and sure enough. They agreed with me. Yeah it's funny..
"eli" Discussed on Before the Break
"Watch clips of. I really mcdonagh in my my real. You can My instagram is. He's gotta check it. Hold on he's gonna get way oblate cereals per boy when a one. What is it only robbery. Look i love hartford robert. Ui trump's so are robert. Eli thomas with an s. at the end. Yeah that'd obviously he's not on a lot and nobody wants to see. My cats can right. But i do post gotta bunch whenever shooting something or something's coming out or blue bison awesome lou bison yeah so i showed her sir independent short about Almost two years ago in hitting the festival circuit renowned glassware on a lot of the same ones. Yeah this is really excited whistles. Does today's south dakota because we're doing what like we got twelve of them. Is this awesome short short film. Where a guy who gets the crap kicked out in the basement. These high school vigilantes cameras. Johnson who wrote directed started. Who's bat winning on on the bathroom. Sheila it's all his baby. He's just kind of been plugging away and making them happen. i got another film called queen of the desert coming out where i play destruct driver except the young african american girl it turns out like he is a racist from south. She is a young black on the ended up. Having a conversation. You know looks like there's a possibility of hope in gangs can change great metaphor everything else. That's going on and that's been that that's don't know what's happening yet but in sunny how than just awesome things fingers crossed. Yes phone call in soccer. I love we We had an episode not too long ago and we were like so. Do you have anything in the pipeline. And they were like i've signed a lot of nda's recently and i can't answer that and we're like well that's okay. Well that's an answer. yeah. I can't talk about it. It's always a nice thing to say. You been talk. Rob you've done so much and it's crazy. I look for your resume and everything you've done and as much as you've done i still think you're on the precipice of so much more and in a few years you'll be one of those guys that like we. Why do i and people like beyond the app and go to imdb and be like. Oh he's been doing tv for years and years and years and years and years and years you know and you'll be a a series regular on some. I feel like there's just so much more you have to do. Oh yet night d'artagnan. Congratulations on all that. You've done so far your incredible story. We thank you for joining us today. And i i think. I think robert eli is the epitome of fortune favors the bold..
"eli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Nothing much other than the few wins. Just kidding No i think will be a good team Saquon barkley come back. I think that'll help him out Daniel jones has a lot to prove people ready to run him out of new york if he doesn't advanced him and make them look like a team that could compete in division. Dave gettleman saying based on players he signed in picked. I think that they will compete. Though i liked joe judge competitive nature as a head coach. they're probably they're probably nine. I would say probably nine ten win type team. Nine or ten wins really. That's what i think. I think there are anonymous. Say i thought that before the preseason what bothers men okay you could talk about like what you can and can't tell the preseason what bothers me so much though you come into a job if you're gettleman and you know what the issue is. It's the old line year in and year out. It's the offensive line. You say that's your priority. You gotta fix that. That's what you say. The introductory press conference hog. Molly's you gotta fix the line guys. It's not just that. They miss on draft. Picks like they pass up. Better lineman for less reliant in first round flowers and thomas. it's they also don't cutch coach up because like flowers leaves the giants now. He's a starting tackle. he's pretty good. He was no good with them so the line. Both from drafting and development remains a glaring weakness. Jay and i'd love to believe key that they could win ten games and i thought maybe they could before i saw the light and the preseason again yeah only their second. This is on the second unit. Second time around with this office staff. So you gotta give them an opportunity to develop those guys think about it. They fired offense. Allying coach in the middle of the season. Every team in this division has weaknesses for sure. All right so i understand. I've harped about the line for a long time. It is what it is right now. You gotta go out there and do what you gotta do what you got so if i look at the giants of saying okay struggles a little but we still have a lot of offense of talent. Defense is middle of the pack defensively. They got better be good if they got a lot. Better last year. Right okay so eagles. Are we putting him in that conversation. Continue for division not really. We're not sure to upset with jalen hurts. Defense we talk about the dallas cowboys always being a glaring issue. What they bring to the table offensively and in washington. What do they get offensively. We're ryan patrick. So look i think this is a division of questions about a lot of teams and it's about which team can actually grow them. I think the potential there for dallas and for the giants are probably higher. Because i don't see ripest. Patrick really going to another level this year insulate for to washington football up. Look who we have. We have a man now. Ladies and gentlemen who five thirty eight when they were on. Espn once did a thing. Who's the most clutch quarterback in the history of postseason. Eli wanted by their metrics. They invented by so much they redid it. They said no. No one can be this far ahead of everyone else. They actually redid the way they did it. And guess who one ally again but this time. It was close over joe montana and areas the most clutch quarterback according to five thirty eight in the history of football in the playoffs ally. Welcome to the show and thank you for winning. Those two super bowls as the giants fan. Never gotten to do that for you. Personally thanks for coming. Max regret to be grabby on with you guys. You were with a daniel jones as a rookie and we've heard a lot of people think that he can take that step forward this season. What are you expecting from the giants quarterback this year. Yeah i do. I think he will to take that step forward. Just because i think the fact that it is his second year within this offense last year you know a new offense new head coach new offensive coordinator. He's a young quarterback and it's not just him. It's a new left tackle. They were trying to learn. New offense new lou saquon early just a lot of things that were that. Make it tough. I think the fact that you know had a more of an off season this year. you know. Build that relationship with coach geared And they've put some weapons behind them getting sake one back at the offense line would be better in their second year so i i've seen firsthand just how hard daniel works. I know how important it is to own for him to be a successful player. I know he knows this year is a big year form. But he's not that's not going to put pressure on admits that is going to make him Excel and do better. So i'm rooting form And i think he has the work ethic the skill set to make those plays now. He's he's made the mistakes he's gonna learn from those and i think he can go out there and have a big year alive hadn't haven't played in this league for very long time and having success that you had you know the importance of having a dominant running back in a running game. Would you play saquon barkley and week one. If he's healthy. Assume you know. I've always wondered why. Why sit some guy week. One and also their plan. You know week to their full. Go what what's happening and that one or two weeks after his head you know Ten months to recover. So i know the giants will be sparked. And do it's right but if he's rain to play i think you've got to get them out there getting reps and whether he's a starter where you might not get thirty carries week one but you know just to get them in the game. Get his confidence going. Get his feel back going catching the football field and the rush taken a hit. All those things need to happen. A little bit for him Just to get back in the feel of things. So he's such a dominant player They need him To be successful this year running. The football catching the football. And then when he's on the field it changes the game plan Of the defense and they got to prepare for different things and so it should open up other players. And they have the skill set on the outside kinney golladay and sterling shepard seven-day grim and these guys to get them get them the ball. Let them make some plays. Eli speaking of skill. Set you and your brother. Peyton have a skill set which will be on display on monday night football. Which we're all excited to pay attention to the raiders versus the ravens. What kind inside can you provide about. What what would that feel like for you. You and your brother to be on the same talking about football some nazem doing all your lives. Yeah you know it's it'd be fun just the fact that you know i. I don't think i've watched the monday night. Football with my brother in twenty five years since he was probably in high school and And we would watch together and so the fact that he'll be doing it from denver. I'll be doing it from from a house in new jersey. But we'll still be on the couch ethic. That's the feel is what would it be like to watch a football game. Peyton and eli in their living room and this is what you're getting at so it'll be us telling stories..
"eli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Update read by me derek. Jeeter and three others were inducted into the hall of fame yesterday. And guys i watched the speech and i gotta tell you something man that was emotional for me and it's not because of anything jeeter said jeeter gave his standard. Ceo speech right. He didn't step in anything he was. He hit all the right. Not set all the right things but i don't think he said anything that would move someone normally emotionally except that there's something about baseball at least for me. My dad show three years old. I'm like hearing about baseball. Grew up in the shadow of yankee stadium. And all that. During the fifty he's watched dimaggio mantle play and also growing up watching reggie jackson. Ron gigiri greg. Nettles these guys you know when you see maybe because it's played out doors maybe 'cause it's demarcation of time maybe because the careers are so long but i was grown. I was grown when geeta broke into the bigs and he helped restore the yankees brand to the dominant position in baseball right. They were good sometimes not good. Other times they wanna world some world series in the seventy but they were like a lot of other teams over the last several decades before jeter got there. Then he turned back into the yankees along with others bernie williams and other mariano rivera but they were a dominant. A win won the world series like every year right. There's something about watching a guy come into the league. You're grown when that happens and now you're at the age i'm at the age of forty eight years old. I'm watching his hall of fame speech and he played twenty years so as he's talking i'm thinking about the way it's connected emotionally by the way my life has changed the people in my life that were. They're gone now. You know past or moved on like it's connected to so much for me that went i was just. It was a hard hitting emotional moment. Even though the speech itself if you just read it wouldn't be an emotional speech. You know what i mean but for me it hit hard. Did you guys watch it at all. I watched it for me. The the initial comment about the one vote. He didn't get you. See for me when i first got drafted. I i've known of derek for a while and being born and raised in new jersey new york. I've spent some time with dares me onto a lot of game just in life. He is still one of the most competitive dues. I've ever met. I think that's why him. And michael jordan are so close. It's funny when you look at him though. And you see like this laid back demeanor. And he's first class but even that that little dig. Those are things that drive guys. Like derek jeter and also led me to believe him like. Who's that one do like. Why don't they make their ballots public. I want to know who that one guy abuna moxie to vote not him being a hall of fame. I wanna know who that one guy is that it. Also that comment on top of everything you just said max that one comment that i heard that one little jab that epitomize derek. Jeter is to me too. Because there there is some pettiness to him that really pushes him over the limit to being one of the best. We've ever seen key. There's always somebody that yes doesn't like your game won't vote for you. Whatever the case was good to see him. Get in longtime derek jeeter fan. That's always amazing. To see a jeeter. I know the numbers. Don't say it and you can't prove it. He always gave me the feeling every field. He stepped on he was the best player and and baseball stats guys. And i'm one would laugh at that normally. I'm just saying he was the guy you wanted on your team. The way he was talking about. I don't care what the numbers i want tom. Brady you wanna derek jeter. Eli manning speaking of clutch players joins us next. That's after key. Has this from straight talk. Wireless five jeez here. But the big carriers want you to sign a pricey long term contract to get.
"eli" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"Like what? There's this part to. What's your favorite one side of his part 6? It's pretty good. Yeah, that's part. One will kill your boner but Parts it's just so calm down enough for gorean chance. A tiny lie where we are now, but everyone's lost her virginity to support too often, so, so, Eli. First of all, thanks for coming on the show wheel. A, it's my pleasure. It's it's, it's, you know, it's an honor to have been asked, finally, well, you're one of those people that we are always agreeing for Liam our friends who, like, when we hear them, we're not consumed with jealousy. When they get good things happening to them. A lot of them people, we are, you, you guys always give me props what kind of dog Kind of like a little bit bothers me sometimes, when, when you have somebody on who knows? Me and I know, yeah, real life and then like you like, say stuff positive about me and like, they don't like, oh yeah, I love you. Like a great. Well, usually make the jerk-off side. Yeah. Okay. Well, that's what they are. They leave the meeting and we're like, wait, we're not done yet. Why don't you mean? I don't. I don't, I can't see any of that. So, I don't know. Yeah, so we always end up watching. What, what are you going to want? What do you, what's, what's a recommendation from you, my friend? Well, I mean, I, I've been so busy. I mean, I haven't watched that much. I mean, of course, I played watch Family Game Fight. Starting August 8th. Yeah. There you go. Shepard and Kristen Bell on NBC Primetime, right? After the Olympics from you're going to buy the way. Also send us an email so we can promote that on when it gets closer. Yes, sir. Thank you. Wait, this isn't live stream. This isn't going on right now. Oh no definitely. We got it. Whatever you want will cut out all the bad words. You know what name? Love, I love, I love, love, love love, love so much, girls. Five ever on peacock. You guys seen it, I have not seen a girl, she's ever the best having best choice in it and I want to see it but I don't have the peacock yet. About that show. I don't want to watch it. I wrote a book I wrote a script years ago called a man man which was often very first boy. Band older. I did was like and I see this and we couldn't get going and it's like oh this isn't better version of it. I'm sure it sort of breaks my heart but I know I heard it's great, it's fantastic. It's, you know, I'm a huge as a music comedy guy. I love anything with music and comedy to begin with..
"eli" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"So I just started sending in cells constantly and like, literally the first song songs, I sent in every single one of them. Played immediately. And no, it was amazing. Like, I remember listening and Howard, like just hearing his voice go and another one by Library girl. Like he just made it. So like matter of fact, it's like here, we all, you know, another top hit from Glenn Frey, everybody know he just said it. So matter-of-fact, I was later. He shut the fuk up Eli's juice and killing it every day and there's no no matter what you don't. Anything that ever happens to be in, you know, my career that will never be anything that tops that because he's say no way Jose. Reach of it. It's so personal with Howard like it just feels like like everything. Like I like it's I always tell Gary this but like you know I've had you know, could have a show that aired on Project or whatever. If Howard even mentions me in passing in like a thirty-second clip, I hear more about that than I do about anything else. Yeah, I I get it. I totally get it, you know? I mean obviously you've had your game even such a huge success. Huge success with Howard? I mean, huge success, but how you want to cancel, you want to get your enemies? Where are they, where do you keep them from there to have them in the my own background and listen to me? I mean, but is it? Yeah, Melissa took a bit but when Howard mentions you that's where I'm like, I want to reach out to Danny. Of course, cognizant of years, you're one of those people who like will tell me that the guy is really good job. On it, but there's like a bunch of people just like, it's really fun. And and so I understand like to have it as much as you're having it in to have that reach. Are you still like would you like I know in the beginning you must have been writing a couple of day for him, right? Yeah. Yeah. For sure. Are you still at that level right now? Are you have you have you tapered off or do you like when I'm not working? When I'm not working, I'm totally into it. But like, I mean like, you know, I basically, I mean, just long story short, I have a deal with the show now, because they pay me and I, I basically just got to produce like I basically after. You know, two or three songs a month but like, normally I go way over that because I, it's not about, it's not about like, oh, I have to get paid. It's about the question. I was not about the money. I wanted to get married about the money for that..
"eli" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"Danny, I'll let you, you can show your, I mean, I don't know how much, you know about you, but I was, I know, I know all about your certain history wage. It was roommates with Baba Booey. So I can. I remember that moment? Because I knew you prior, I think, For those who don't know, Eli is a major contributor of of songs about Robin Quivers. Hits that are played and how many would you say you have all my life? I mean, I've done, definitely like at least five hundred songs about Robin, you know, since the pandemic the show has, they don't do the new segment anymore. Oh, so it's like, I do all kinds of songs, a lot about Bowie songs. A lot of songs about various Colours Bobo king of all blacks, a lot of songs about various staffers, you know, Benji, Sal may I love I love doing a chance to but but yeah, I mean I I continue to worship Robbins tits but there's not as much of a there's not there's not an opening on the show for four songs about her kids more. So yeah, I think it's important for an artist to grow. So you know what I think it is a natural like just as you know, when Bob Dylan went electric and you moved from Robin to Bobo. Yep. Exactly. I mean these are but Robins titties need to be celebrated, always think. It's fair to take this away from the life that they lived. There are other contributors of of music. Is there a competition of camaraderie? Are you a fraternity of like, who are who? Who are the, you know, who? When you shout out to his Inspirations or people who make you a better song parodist in that world? Well, among among the song parody people for the Howard Stern Show, I do have a strong Alliance. Some little Mikey. Yes I am and and wage there was there was one point in the show's history. Probably you know, eight years ago up until maybe three years ago where the main three people was me a little Mikey and psyche and life cycle was blind and I was not a fan of Psych. I went on the show a couple of times with psych my disgust how much you hate blind people. This is, you know, I'm Not Dead. The Olde blind people but most Marlee Matlin definitely on my shit list when she just can't hear she just can't hear. Oh right, okay. Well it really is everybody with disabilities that I'm do. I get that? I get that. I mean it's a white as a straight white male. I'm kind of like, you know, all of you just go away, you know, it's like, you know, whatever. Modelling someone standing up for human straight wage is a chance. It's, I mean, finally sort out your first. When are you coming? Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder wrote a couple of good songs. Let's be honest. I mean I'm sorry. Okay he's black fine..
"eli" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Eli's new hope in hip hop is standing up against racism and racial injustice in all our communities Give it up for honey is of any hair. Click of the day. What up? What happened? Oh, no telling what you got. We are with Khalifa kind of getting in trouble with Some, but not really. But this is what happened. He recently sat down for an interview, and during this interview, they asked him about his son, who is eight years old right now. His name is Sebastian Asch is a that's crazy. Yes, and they asked him. They're like, Hey, does Sebastian now? No, like his dad is the legend of weed, and he's like, Yeah, I teach him the benefits of it. But the other day, I overheard something I heard him talking to one of his home is that the day was like your mom doesn't want you to come over because my dad smokes right, So I think that that's the thing too. But Sure. Oh, damn. Did he say I've heard to heard that like man? Yeah. He doubled down on that. Like you really can't come over the hill. Can you imagine? I thought about this big. I was like, man, if I had a friend when I was younger, whose parents smoke weed with my parents not let me go because that would suck up and like, I wonder how it whisk. But you know what, though, like, like for one with Khalifa? Can't hide that. He's a smoker. You know what I'm saying? So as a parent if you want them to go, but which is a great guy. Great, Dad. Great person. You know what I'm saying? And hopefully somebody can look past that, but he can't hide it. No, he can, you know, definitely can't hide it. Let my kid go over and hang out with his kid. And I think everybody he's not hiding it. But everybody got something that they are hiding. Oh, yeah. You know what I'm saying? What are you hiding now? What are you hiding one of my hiding? I can't think of anything on the spot. Do you have a boyfriend on me? I don't have a boy. Okay, So.
"eli" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"Right on because there's no there's no reason to on the same can also be supper. Trams adult chew sometimes struggled to get where mountains. So what do you think is the course of action for continuing to move the greater collective in the right direction. And how do people become. I mean the religion and america and religion is like its own monster to me. It seems like they're very very not interested negotiating anything. How do we sort of like i. I mean i'm very hopeful. In young people. I'm very hopeful. And gen z. I loved the pluto and sagittarius generation at lart but for the people who are not fortunately or unfortunately and not to like classify all people who are older as problematic but for the people who are still holding the power who are refusing to Relinquish their understanding of this. How do we continue to move things in the right direction. Both in terms of providing young people with the resources the services and the safety that they need and in terms of educating people if it possible for us to for people to unlearn and to become more compassionate and more understanding of the needs of youth about liquor was saying earlier. Educating folks at a young age is a really great way to go about it and the fact is there are onion states thought ban education on issues of.
"eli" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"The other. I it's funny you know. Talk to natasha. Henstridge is like my best friend. And she she she. She likes some of their stuff that have done in short films. She says in my best. My best My best work and and you know we just did a what is it. Did you see green light. Absolutely a movie was fifty grand. Wow it's like one of my favorite things i've ever done is a fifty thousand dollar manny. It's unbelievable how that works. Because i feel like all the great movies whether we're talking good will hunting or like movies that are made for cheap somewhat cheap but like fifty. Grand sets a new precedent. I feel like for that movie. I can't get over that. I made like a proof of concept short for western. That i wrote it costs fifty grand. You know Desks ridiculous angela's fifty grand. This is nothing when it comes to make. It's like making it for free. I mean it's it's unbelievable off. His i mean i like i like the some of the stuff i did on bosch definitely and and and i didn't get much to do on westworld but i liked that wonderful. Yeah from dusk till dawn. I had i had a couple cool episodes in ray donovan season. Three premiere ray documentum. Pretty proud of we love ray donovan. Absolutely yeah yeah. You've done some some some amazing things in one of the things. I've been dying. Gaffey was about three ten to yuma I feel like it's like the last great western came out in two thousand seven. I feel like it's the last great western warranty for a long time. That father son story where you know Russell crowe sees that you know. Oh my god this is. I don't know the way. His character evolved that movie. I don't know what are your thoughts on. I just feel like it's one of the greatest movies to come out. Certainly in the last fifteen to twenty years it has such heart of the the the way characters evolve. I dunno chris. Your thoughts on my my best. Memories are watching a movie with my father. I absolutely love it. I mean if you think about you think about like Okay let's say like like tombstone unforgiven three ten to yuma. That's that's like a twenty five year span you know. That's that's like the best Three like high end. Quality like imperfect westerns in twenty five years. So i i agree with you. I don't think there's been there certainly hasn't been made since three ten to yuma that's stack that quality but it was again. It was all it was..
"eli" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"She she put one of those big convict mustaches on rian slick me back and made me all pale and put on her tank top and was all pumped up in the hallway and i was like hey rick doing and and he was walking by it. He's like yeah. Hey man and hidden he was playing it off. He had no idea who. I was. How i just met him the day before and and i went in and did it and he said you know what i was wrong. Your gani sampson. And so he put me in shock collar in the same the same Like no marched in that same role basically the same guy saying mustache. Everything and unbelievable movie And you have so many of them. I mean i mean i have to tell you. I think shock collar is really underrated too. You mentioned euro. Soa terminator salvation. Just really wonderful things that i want to run. Just two quick ones by you before we move on you. Give me so much your time here. But before i wanna mention for those listening chris's available on cameo. And i think i was watching your cameo videos. Christopher phenomenal they're great. Yeah i thought great. I mean a lot of times. I feel like i watch cameo videos and people just like mail it in. I feel like you put a lot of heart and thought into it and there's a lot to be said for that too for people that are really fans of your work cheap. No i don't think that's what was your head. But i think it's great. What are the things i wanted to was like. I'm like i was running today right. The fat guy running today. Chunky monkey and I've tried to think what she's a more painful death. The one you had in three ten to yuma or the one you suffered in the book of eli. What is the more painful death chris. I'm trying to figure it out. I'd have to say three gender. You mean you know burning alive..
"eli" Discussed on That’s Strange
"Well the the ending to that one the actual ending is is a twist in. I'm not ruining anything every m night. Shyamalan film as a twist right. There's definitely a twist at the end of that one and you do not expect it. You really don't and i don't. I haven't met anybody who i believe when they tell me that they caught it or that they guessed it but it is. I just. I love movies like that. I think they're fantastic. It's definitely cool. I was definitely poking around. What i thought was going to happen this movie. I mean you're really close. I thought i was getting there. But yeah i mean i didn't catch it til the end if i'm being completely honest so yeah definitely cool. It's just like like that door opens and you like you see the picture of the nuns. And like i said this. I think this is my third time watching it. You see the pictures of the nuns. And i was sitting over here on silent. Like ooh like they're gonna get it. Yeah and And then like he goes down into that room and it's like oh my gosh like there's something real weird going on here and everything follows on from that but before that you have you just don't know and i thought that was pretty well executed. Actually yeah yeah definitely a great twist for a movie. Cool so If you listeners liked this then you know definitely let us know Obviously hit go over to that strange dot net and you can find links to our social media and so many other things that you can also just email us contact at that strange dot net but if you want to reach out and let us know if you liked this if you think we should do it more if you have a suggestion for a movie if you think we should do one where we invite all of you Which could be kind of fun. This little tele party thing and we'll have a little chat while we're watching the movie. That might be fun. But if you want to do that. Or if you're into that definitely let us know otherwise. We hope you really enjoyed this. We we like doing these Obviously were filmed people so We really enjoyed doing these. And we hope you guys enjoy listening to them. So that as always i'm ryan i'm chad. I'm alex and this has been strange theater. Thank you guys so much for listening..