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BREAKING: Real-time release and analysis of what direct assistance means for you

The Big Show

32:14 min | 1 year ago

BREAKING: Real-time release and analysis of what direct assistance means for you

"Each. Eleven o six on the big show clock Bob, Quinn, and the big show with you today. Come on inside. Our tent is big. Get Out of the missed out there size skies starting to loosen up a little bit, but friends were still talking about dampness across the corn and soybean belt. Bob Quinn to the big show Andy Peterson coming up here in just a couple of moments have been following during the last hour. There was a ceremony going on in the white. House, in Washington. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue along with the president introducing details of the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. We're going to be talking about that during the first half hour, or so of the big show Mike is going to be joining us our Secretary of Agriculture in about twenty minutes, but. Trent rice the newsroom was monitoring the president speaking as well, and we will hear now. This is a president. Trump is he is announcing some details of the brand new corona virus? Food Assistance Program available for farmers were standing strong with our farmers and ranchers once again in normal times roughly forty percent fresh vegetables at about forty percent of beef, grown and raised in the United States. States is distributed to restaurants and other commercial food establishments, but as you know, the viruses forced many of our nation's restaurants to temporarily close, and this taken a major toll on our farmers and growers, some of whom were dealing directly with restaurants. I didn't realize that until yesterday. Where with the big restaurants and they? Sometimes we'll deal directly with you. Former no middlemen, no nothing just directly. And it's a big. It's a big business for this reason. My administration is launching a sweeping new initiative. The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. Through this effort, we're providing nineteen billion dollars to support our nation's agricultural producers maintain the health of our critical food, supply chains and provide food assistance to American families nineteen. Billion Dollars. As part of this program today we're announcing sixteen billion dollar direct. Payments to farmers and ranchers so sixteen billion is going directly to the farmers in ranches. And it's authorized by the cares act and the commodity credit. Corporation Charter Act. We fought hard for this. These payments will compensate farmers for losses related to the global pandemic. Caused by China. Will be providing billions of dollars for corn cotton soybean. And specialty crop farmers cattle ranches. Just about every category I. Think we have almost every category we don't. We're GONNA add. If we left something out, but we have a lot of a lot of territory dairy producers, pork produces more. Sign ups will begin on May twenty sixth through your local farm service agency offices. They gotta go sign up. To pick it up to get the money. And we'll start issuing payments within one week of receiving your application. So. That's a lot of money. You're talking about a total of sixteen, billion plus three billion and you know. We. Bought last week and it's already in distribution three billion dollars worth of products for the food lines. Then it's. Is already in distribution. I see that they're handing it out. I see where they couldn't get food. Having a hard time and we have these incredible ranchers and farmers. That have so much food. And I said let spend that money and give it to our farmers or ranchers, and it's worked out really well. In addition, this important initiative also includes a new farmers to family's food box program. Which Yvonne and Secretary Perdue helped officially launched on Friday. Through this effort, the Department of agricultural work with local food, distribution companies, and we have a lot of great distribution. Companies have gotten to meet some of them. which have also been hit very hard to purchase three billion dollars, a food and products from the American farmer, which I just mentioned and to deliver to the food banks charities that serve needy families already. We've allocated one point two billion dollars to farmers to families. President trump making that announcement during the last hour. In fact, I believe the ceremony is still continuing. I've been following along with that But you heard the now some details corona virus food assistance. Program applications FSA offices. Beginning may twenty six corn, and soybeans are covered along with many other crops, livestock, eligible cattle, lambs, yearlings, and hogs, as well Andy Yes, so here's some specifics, and by the way I posted even more and what they mean to you out to the big show website. and on social media at big show farm, so you can, in case you missed some of it or or need to see it in order to to let it sink in here. for row crops, soy beans corn. Barley can spring wheat that sort of thing. Producers will be paid based on inventory. Subject to price. Risk held as of January fifteenth. So the payment will be either fifty percent of Twenty nineteen production or twenty nineteen inventory as of January fifteenth, whichever is smaller multiplied by the applicant pool payment rates. So that's that's for row crops livestock how they're going to do it. Some of livestock sold between January, fifteenth and April Fifteenth multiplied by the payment rates per head. And coupled with the highest inventory between April sixteenth, and may fourteenth to account for the the backup on the farm so. Dairy. They're going to do certification of milk production for the first quarter of the year. Second payment will be based on a national adjustment of production, and then you kinda. Go on from there, but as you mentioned. is going to be to to get an appointment made with your local FSA office because again they're. They're operating differently now to Bob. It's not just you know walk in there, and and and do your business. was social distancing, and that sort of thing so this stuff just out. in the last few minutes, and you can see it at the big show website and social media big show farm. Andy what else you got for three big things. We need to know if that isn't enough Crop Progress and planning progress in Iowa is mainly complete nationally corn, planning and eighty percents like being just a little over half, but here in Iowa. We've been leading the country. All planting season long and today is no different. Have planted ninety six percent of the expected corn crop nearly a month ahead of last year, and almost three weeks ahead of the five year average Yay mostly. Status with USDA, Nash. She says in fact. Sixty three percent of the corn has emerged across the state, so I beams eighty six percent complete planning data, and you can find that out on the big show website. Higher Gas prices, and this is actually thought to be positive because it means demand is picking up for gas in there for ethanol, average price of diesel fuel meanwhile fell about one point six cents to two forty one a gallon this past week, but gas was up over six and a half cents. Patrick dehaan of gas buddy says the increase is attributed to a near five percent increase in gasoline demand, saying that quotas longest states continue to loosen the restrictions. It'll mean more motorists on the roads and filling their tank. Direct assistance details just released from USDA ceremony in the Rose Garden. With president trump specialty crop farmers, cattle ranches just about every category. I think we have almost every category we don't we're going to. Right if we left something out, but we have a lot of a lot of territory dairy producers, pork produces more. Sign ups will begin on May Twenty six three local farm service agency offices. They gotta go sign up absolutely, and then payments will be made starting a week later. Specific details available on the big show website. Big Show farm well weather in the big show brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers again. The coalition support Iowa's farmers bring update on whether and nate standby with some worldwide weather, but a reminder the coalition is the livestock experts to turn to if you have questions about the new facilities or maybe even doing. Doing some site surveys for new facilities, or if you'd like to add some more livestock back in your operation, this the first call to make the coalition to support Iowa's farmers, nate. What do we have Thursday some worldwide weather right now? Yes, I starting in Brazil to sue pot and mostly dry conditions today tomorrow than some moderate heavy showers, expected Thursday and Friday than scattered showers on Saturday temperatures there near to above normal today going above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday dropping to below normal on Saturday, the provinces of Monograph Sewell and Looking at mostly dry conditions until Thursday then we'll see some scattered moderate showers in the southern parts of the region on Friday. Then in the northern parts of the region on Saturday temperatures, they're neutral above normal today above normal Wednesday Thursday Friday near to below normal on Saturday, and in Argentina, they are expecting a strong system in the middle of this week with widespread moderate showers, which will benefit their emerging wheat crop. Ought to the minutes commodity prices and market analysis that bake sense. This is the Big Joe Eleven twenty three on the big show clock. By putting the big show here on an overcast day across Iowa, keep you updated. What's going on? with planting progress report was out yesterday. We are wrapping things up in the state of Iowa. Very rapidly secretary of Agriculture Mike Nagy's on the telephone line with us Mike. We have been listening to the president. Explain the corona. Virus Food Assistance Program at least in details out I guess the biggest detail we were given is. That sign up. Start May Twenty six, which is Tuesday in the FSA offices? You've been listening in on this and and no about as well kind of Through the process. You, know this much needed assistance, first and foremost, and so we're appreciative of first Congress allocating these dollars, and then USDA and and the trump administration. You know getting these pushed out and and and doing so by the end of May which is what they said. They do so yeah week from today bill to start signing up. We've got some details that are starting to filter out. I'll get a briefing here a little bit in a little bit from the USDA directly, but it. It looks like some some good assistance that's much needed for you know for corn and soybean producers looking at that. First part of the year you know January fifteen timeframe, and and what they still had in the inventory that was subject to price risk, and then making a calculation based on that for livestock producers for purport producers and and cattle, producers again looking at losses that were resulted in sales for the again the first quarter of the year, and then looking at inventories. From April May and doing a calculation there, there's still some things that are missing from this, and so we appreciate that it's a great first step. There's something's missing egg producers Turkey producers renewable fuels, not included in this round of assistance, but you know we're. We're GONNA continue to work on securing dollars for those things also not included any direct assistance for livestock producers that. That are looking to euthanize and dispose of animals again. That's something that we're. We're very interested in pursuing so I really good start much needed help into war. We're all anxious to see more details as they roll out well, let's say Mike. It's the any that's what I was. If I recall correctly they've said prior that it would be the drop in price from January one to. One, didn't they something similar to that? Yeah, I think what we don't know. Yet is just what that what that value will be and so yes, it's it's all looking at that market disruption, and also looking at you know price, price disruption, but also market disruption, and and what has happened there, so we don't know any numbers yet. Any values that have been assigned to how they'll calculate that that loss or what that value is, but we're getting a better picture of the timeframe, and what they will be basing that on in terms of your inventory. And that's what I was impressed with here. Is You know the level of of detail involved they're basing it on the individual operations so That's that's kind of neat and then specific this time frame also. But look we know this complex system. Thing here, right? It's an unprecedented disruption. It impacts all across agriculture. Every sector has been impacted from again. Specialty Crop Producers all of our livestock producers all of our crop farmers in every state, and so you know when you sit in the chair in Washington and try to make a program work for everybody that can be very challenging, and and again there'll be some shortcomings here. We know but I I'm appreciative of the fact that we are. Are Rolling forward with with some assistance and again it's not the entirety of what we think. We ultimately need here, but but it's a really really good start, and we do appreciate the efforts, and so there's GonNa. Be a lot of work that has to be done at the county in those county offices. We think our farm service agency team members that'll be helping folks out, and and again everybody's going to have to stay tuned here for details over the next week and then the coming weeks. Mike got about a minute or so left here. It is time a factor in this in other words. You know. Do you want to be first in line on May twenty sixth. Well again I think the program USDA roles programs that in a way that's equitable and fair and intended to meet the needs of of producers. It's not exactly like what we've seen with some other things you know the Treasury Department rolling out of paycheck protection program where you really did need to be in line I. Know that said I know that. That there's a lot of folks that need some assistance here and so to that extent. I would say yes. you know be timely about it, but it does appear that there will be time throughout the summer to make these applications and I. my full expectation is that USDA will apply this program for across the Cross again. All producers all sectors. I WANNA put any undue pressure on anybody, but I was listening to the president, and he's said that payments would be made. Started we starting within one week? I did hear that I heard the same thing that went. Is Made that that they will move quickly to get payments out so We all hope that that's true and I'm sure it has a lot to do with Making sure you've got all the information that is needed in order to complete the application so again more more information to to come there. let's turn our attention to crop planting progress. were kind of leading the pack here in the state of Iowa with corn and soybeans. Three weeks ahead of lash. No I'm sorry. A month ahead of last year on both corn and soybeans and three weeks ahead of the five year average Wow, what what progress they're still some places southwest Iowa in particular and I know parts of Eastern. Iowa's still have some work to do, but what a tremendous! What a tremendous start to the growing! Mike Nag Secretary of Agriculture. Thanks for joining us. Talk to you tomorrow. We'll have more details, Mike, Thank you basically good. Mike Naggar Secretary of Agriculture and we have been talking about the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. We're GONNA continue talking about that. We'll hear from the president again a little bit later on here. alkalis markets coming up on the big show. Eleven thirty five on the big show clock by one of the big show to day we have piles of information will be passed along Andy has been following along with the latest announcement as well on the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program will have that in three big things coming up. We're going to have a little more indepth with the president of the United States. Has Been Holding a ceremony. In the Rose Garden today talking about this. We're going to hear more about that ahead. This segment of the big show though we like to kick it off with a look at what's going on in the marketplace and get some market analysis from our old buddy. Al Class joining us today. Al We'll talk a little bit about this assistance program, and maybe impacted may have moving forward, but right now I want to ask you. We saw the planting progress reports yesterday and we're seeing. That a couple of states are moving ahead with planning, in fact, almost record pace what's your impression of planning progress and House the impacted the markets? We've really made huge progress. Iowa Minnesota leading the pack in general, the Western belt as done really good. We've got excellent potential starting. I Wa- Southern Minnesota Nebraska parts of southern South Dakota, the problem is when you get north of highway twelve, which runs directly from the twin cities, West wellm all the way out to Aberdeen. South Dakota north. They're they're really been delayed and we're seeing planning delays in northern. South Dakota of. Of can't especially that prominent in a into North Dakota where they only have made harvest progress of one percent last week and I didn't miss big, they have they went from ninety three percent electors corn, being harvested to ninety four percent in the report, and they only have nine percent of the corn in so that could impact the number of acres of corn that are planted in North Dakota in two thousand twenty. Now I'M GONNA. Ask This I. Don't mean any by any means disrespect to what's going on in North Dakota, but I'd normally don't think of them as being in the corn belt. How big a player is that going to be in as far as acres go with this corn crop? There about less away last. Carson than Iowa Minnesota. We have about ten million acres of corn North Dakota's about three point five million acres of corn, north and South Dakota combined about eight million acres of corn, so when you combine them and I'm not saying that none of the three point five million acres. North Dakota are going to be planted. I'm guessing that. That we could lose half a million acres in north. Dakota quarter million acres in northwest, Minnesota maybe half a million acres in South Dakota so the projections from USDA for ninety seven million acres of corn I think and I thought long could be one and a half to two million acres to high versus what's GonNa really happen when the planners are put away. Yeah Hey. Are you hearing anything from some folks in Illinois? Who got flooded out a as to whether they may replant, or whether that those some of those acres may end up going. Prevent plant also. Now not too likely Andy to go prevent plant they're. They're going to try to really. Go after it. I'm heard some of the areas around Springfield Southern Illinois that they have twenty twenty five percent of the area has been inundated with rain and they're going to have to dry out before they make a decision if they do, they may come back with the shorter season. Corn Variety depending on the herbicide fertility. That's there or they may switch over to soybeans I. It's not in the grand scheme of things we talk about you know some problem Mary's Illinois problems area, north and South Dakota, overall. We have trend liner better. You'll potential in the US developing again this year. Hey Al I wanNA talk a little bit about this Corona virus. Food Assistance Program. And the details are just coming out we know that may twenty six. Tuesday is the first opportunity to sign up for the assistance, program and FSA offices and I know it's not something that maybe influences the market, but we're looking at a situation to where we're talking about prices that are going to be calculated on lost market opportunity I mean. How does this play into? What you're talking to your customers about. And right now I probably have more questions than answers about that. In general, I think they're looking at trying to make up a percentage of the market loss that you had on your crops and livestock between January and April, now whether that's figured on a county yield average or the actual bushels you had left to sell I'm not real sure I. Know I think the amount that they mentioned bobbing. Correct me if I'm wrong, was like sixteen billion dollars. And if they're going to attempt to make this right with farmers, they better add another zero onto that because sixteen billion split among corn soybeans wheat. minor crops catalog producers just not. GonNa. Go very far. See that was my question to Secretary Nag, and of course he. Is. We're awaiting details as well but. My question was is and basically. Is that going to be enough money and what happens when it runs out? Is it a first-come-first-served type program? I don't know the details of that Bob but I do know that unless you only get the small percentage of the market lost that it is they better figure out a way back to the well to get some more money. Well, let's talk market prices here now we have seen congress slow market today, and I'm talking about slow meaning, not a lot of movement corns up one two cents soybeans down three four cents. What's pushing this market or not pushing the market? I guess. We have a really good crop conditions here in the US, and so we continue to see something you know potential return liner better yields exports have been okay They haven't been great, and so as you look at the projected ending stocks next year on soybeans, and you start thinking about a three billion bushel carryover, or with a better than trendline yield, ninety five million acres, three point eight million bushel carry out in some of those. There's just no urgency for the end users to be rushing in to buy globally week other. We have a mountain of week. Try to work through, so we're basically in a sideways pricing channel in here. We did see nearby corn. Pop Up to the highest level. We've seen in about a month here. When nearby futures went up to three, twenty five and a half on my charts, I would really like to see a weekly close above three twenty four and a half on corn, and I'm really watching energy closely now to if we could get the July crude oil, which is now the. Nearby contract close above thirty three thirty than we've probably seen the energy complex break out to the upside, the to talk about Cornyn and crude by the correlation is very close. L. Talk more with you coming up here in about an hour and ten minutes in the meantime. How can we get a hold of you and find out more? What what you're doing there? Yes, please give us a call toll free. Eight, eight, eight, three, four, five, two, eight, five five. alkalis joining us as we kick off this half hour of the big show. Thanks, l., allies talking to us about what's going on in the marketplace and I'll tell you andy this. New. Program does have a lot of interest. A lot of talk, a lot of chatter going on. Right now we need to move onto the three big things we need to know being brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmer. Crop progress and planting progress in fact in the state of Iowa leading the country, ninety six percent of the corn crop in the ground. So basically we have wrapped up and sixty three percent of it is emerge so conditioned ratings will begin. It looks like next week as far as soybeans go here in Iowa. Citing crap moved to eighty six percent planted unless nearly a month ahead of last year and three weeks ahead of average, so look good progress, soybean, also according to Melissa cats with Usda Nath. Nationally! It's sixty. Three percent, corn and Around eighty percent corn, and just over fifty percents, Lloyd beans that are in the ground to again well ahead in some cases a month ahead of last year's progress. Progress also with gas prices and generally think Oh, Gosh! Gas prices went up, but it's being thought as a good thing here is that means people are starting to travel again? Demand is rising six and a half cents last week, nationally dollar eighty-three, a gallon, average price of diesel did fall a little bit of Patrick dehaan of gas. Buddy says the increase is attributed to a near five percent increase in gasoline demand. DETAILS ARE OUT ON USDA assistant sixteen billion dollars worth the cross, basically all sectors of the food production industry with applications starting next week. You know this is much needed assistance first and foremost, and so we're appreciative of first Congress allocating these dollars, and then USDA and and the trump administration. You know getting these pushed out and and in doing so by the end of May. Which is what they? They said they do so yeah week from today they will to start signing up. We've got. Some details that are starting to filter out I'll get a briefing here a little bit in a little bit from the Usda Direct I was secretary Mike Nag on the big show during his daily addressed to the Iowa food, fuel and production industry says that this law go through the F.. Essay Office so get an appointment booked all as we continue here during the big show today we're gonNA. Be Talking more about this Corona Virus Food Assistance Program Whitehouse. Unveiling some of the details, although a lot of details, still not being released the biggest details were waiting on our the rates we understand that the crops covered and we kind of get an idea four. The bushels covered however. Young, Andrew, we are still awaiting for the dollars and cents to be assigned to those. Yeah, you know and so H-. I guess wise beyond my years here, going back and take an classes advice to look at the charts. Drop in this July corn. If they're gonNA, use a different contract, and obviously this changes with the drop in the July corn price from January first, it sat at four zero. One was the close. To April first three thirty eight, so if it's dropped in price there, you're looking at seventy cents or so. Soybeans however. As far as January first July contract. was nine eighty, and that fell over a dollar a Bushel by April first so. They're like you say or some specifics to be worked out. At this point, we'll talk more about the assistant numbers and what they need. You've come up on the big show. Fifty five on the big show flock by the show, talking about Norovirus, food assistance program President Trump made the initial announcement about an hour ago. Here's what he had to say or standing strong with our farmers and ranchers once again in normal times roughly forty percent of fresh vegetables at about forty percent of beef, grown and raised in the United States is distributed to. To restaurants and other commercial food establishments, but as you know, the viruses forced many of our nation's restaurants to temporarily close, and this taken a major toll on our farmers and growers, some of whom we're dealing directly with restaurants. I didn't realize that until yesterday. Where with the big restaurants and they? Sometimes we'll deal directly with your farmer. No middlemen, no nothing just directly. And, it's a big. It's a big business. For this reason. My administration is launching a sweeping new initiative the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. Through this effort we're providing nineteen billion dollars to support our nation's agricultural producers maintain the health of our critical food, supply chains and provide food assistance to American families, nine, thousand, nine hundred. Billion Dollars. As part of this program today where Nancy Sixteen Billion dollar direct. Payments to farmers and ranchers so sixteen billion, going directly to the farmers in ranches. And it's authorized by the Cares Act and the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act. We fought hard for this. These payments will compensate farmers losses related to the global pandemic. Caused by China. We'll be providing billions of dollars for Korn cotton soybean. And specialty crop farmers cattle ranches just about every category I think we have almost every category of we. Don't we're? GonNa. Have them all right. If we left something out, but we have a lot of a lot of territory, dairy produces pork, producers and more. Sign ups will begin on May twenty sixth through your local farm service agency offices. They got to go sign up. To pick it up to get the money. and. We'll start issuing payments within one week of receiving your application. So, that's a lot of money you talking about a total of sixteen, billion plus three billion and you know. We. Bought last week, and it's already in distribution three billion dollars worth of product for the food lines. Is already in distribution I'd see that they're handing it out. I see where they couldn't get food. Have a hard time and we have these incredible ranchers and farmers. That have so much food. And I said let's spend that money and give it to our farmers ranchers and it's worked out really well. In addition, this important initiative also includes new farmers to family's food box program. Which Ivanka and secretary. Perdue helped officially launched on Friday To this effort. The Department of agricultural work with local food distribution companies, and we have a lot of great distribution. Companies have gotten to meet some of them. which have also been hit very hard to purchase three billion dollars, food and products from the American farmer, which I just mentioned and to deliver to the food banks and charities that serve needy families already. We've allocated one point two billion dollars to farmers to families. We have boots on the ground coming up here on the big show.

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"Well. We've rolled around to a Thursday edition of the big show. Good morning eighty in in the big show today, Nathan Fisher's alongside. Pull double duty as Bob is on the road today, special assignment for him and so we. Get big show clock wound and taking care of here eleven seven is what it reads and we'll We'll chat amongst ourselves here although Bob would say. Come on in our tent is large rights and get out of. The Damp overcast conditions across much of the state north central looks like northwestern Iowa finally seeing some sunshine, and it looks like we need another day. Maybe a patience to get some warm weather around here's emergence continues of course on the twenty twenty crop, planting virtually complete here in the state of Iowa Corn, wise soybeans. Still little ways left to go, and it's hard to imagine much work getting done this week, so we may push that back a little bit further, but Not much growth wants those little plants off the ground to say the least. Hey brought to you here in this segment to the big show by AG, West Commodities Go agt West Dot Com until Paul and Matt and the folks that the big show guys were talking about him a little bit here to start off the program broadcasting from Western. Colorado on through the upper, Midwest, and down into parts of eastern Kentucky as well talking modern food, fuel and fiber production for. For two hours each and every day on America's premiere farm and Consumer Radio. Program opened up the pioneers text line here. Five, one, five, nine, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety one I'd like to see what you see out in your field. If emergences taken place, I would imagine not much growth here to say the least by the way did WanNa give a shoutout to Daryl in the folks at integrity builders down in new London. Iowa hosted me yesterday. And you can see certainly in in my travels, a little bit of you know emergencies some places. You can see the rose other places. You can just kind of tell the The little green tips are starting to come out of the ground, but Let's see here. Pioneer seats text line, five, one, five, nine, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety, one, a planet, so that means April twenty second and corn April twenty fourth can't row, but hasn't can row, but hasn't progressed much for the last three weeks. Seems like the movie. Groundhog Day has three weeks so. Yeah that that is exactly right. Also this question coming in and he chatter on potential peel payments for Korn and twenty twenty yet, and there's a little bit of talk about that. Of course you're trying to predict the the market six months in advance, which good luck, but We'll talk all of that over. There also continues to be more information filter out on the Rotavirus Food Assistance Program. That was announced. In the week in terms of how this how this is going to go, and what the payments are going to be that'd be part of three big things that you need to know. For example. The the milk. Folks Chris Gaylon and the gang at the National Milk Producers Federation. Do such a great job helping the Darris in dairy industry eight point, two billion dollars in projected losses for the dairy industry is the number they've come up with, but as far as the payment goes, six twenty per hundredweight. It sounds like a combination of two different funding streams, but That the production that was shut down six twenty per hundredweight and they're working really hard and I know a lot of folks are working really hard here to make sure that production that was already a part of other risk management programs already enrolled in risk management programs like forward contracting aren't restricted from the C-PAP payment, but that is yet to be determined as near as I can tell, but anyway we'll. We'll talk all of this over with with good big show, buddy bill, nor the USDA's under secretary of course for farm, production and rural conservation. Iowa Secretary of course for for twelve years also and A. Good friend as I mentioned of the big show. Actually one of two pioneer and agriculture award winners from the big show, the most prestigious award that that we give out, and he's been a part of both of them actually gave out the first one with us to Hayden Fry and he received the second one, so look forward to hearing what bill has to say on the big show today Don Rosa will be here's. We're analyzing some commodity. Markets are going to talk with Rebecca vittos well. I was State University's. Extension agronomist in southeastern Iowa a good friend of the big show. As we go along right now, though let's get started with some news coverage, showy eleven eleven reads the big show clocking. It's time for the three big things you need to know. Needing more as some of these specifics continue to filter out a USDA on Meka rotavirus food assistance program, the payments will help. No doubt acknowledged producers, but some sectors are saying there's just simply not enough for example. National Milk Producers Generation. Spokesperson Chris Gaylon explains the Formula Dairy Producers Formulas rather complex. The water boils down to for dairy dairy farms production. In the first quarter of this year. The payment is going to to six dollars and twenty cents per hundred weight, and that's A. A, combination of two different funding streams, but the bottom line is we already know but everyone's production was in the first three months of the year, and you multiply that time six dollars and twenty cents and data's your payment now there also questions about say forward contracting end at least for milk. He says one of the things that they've tried to do is make sure that other risk protection activities like forward contracting would continue to be eligible with no restrictions on the fat payment. Providing assistance that's bill fire filed. By Senator Charles Grassley would require USDA to do four the ethanol industry. It would require USDA reimbursed producers for their feedstock purchases in the first quarter of two thousand twenty through the Commodity Credit Corp which growth energy CEO Emily score says would quote deliver immediately relief for biofuel workers, foreign partners and thousands of rural communities legislation follows numerous appeals from growth, energy and other farm and biofuel leaders. And local governments for an industry that has been basically idled since the Kobe outbreak began. Wine. Making progress on the phase, one trade deal with China but more from a regulatory side than anything else. Jennifer Hillman is a senior fellow for trade and international political. Economy with the Council on, Foreign Relations and she says that. As far as the egg purchase requirements in the agreement, they are extensive agreement requires China to by twelve point five billion dollars more agricultural goods this year than it did in two, thousand seventeen and an additional nineteen point five billion dollars over twenty seventeen levels in two thousand and twenty one depending on whether you've used Chinese import numbers or us, expert numbers that means somewhere between thirty four thirty seven billion dollars in total agriculture purchases this year so far she says imports are five point one. One billion dollars compared to a target range for this period about nine point one billion, so thirty seven percent of the target, requiring a lot of catch up to be made I'm Amy Peterson. Those are big things you need to know. In the tradition of who storytellers like Ronald Reagan van Harden. 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Assuming PA, they are seeing some moderate, heavy showers today tomorrow, and all the way until Saturday mostly dry, then on Sunday and Monday temperatures, there are above normal until Friday near to below normal on Saturday then below normal Sunday and Monday Mata Grosso Zule, Goya's we'll have mostly dry conditions today, but then we'll see some of the showers in the southern part of the region on Friday then more showers in the northern parts of the region Saturday, then isolated showers as well in the north on Sunday. Dry again on Monday temperatures will be above. Above normal until tomorrow near to below normal sadder than Saturday than below normal. Sunday and Monday Argentina. Also seeing some heavy showers moving through the northern parts of the region there until tomorrow, going to benefit the emerging wheat crop there as It's good, but it will slow the planting progress there. Look at worldwide weather on the big show brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers. Bob Quinn here for the coalition support Iowa's farmers, the coalition provides their services at no cost and completely confidential to help farmers successfully and responsibly manage changes on their livestock farms visit support farmers dot com to find out more the coalition to support I. was farmers. Your farm, your family their focus. And as I, mentioned, doing doing Yeoman's work for the livestock producers across the state of Iowa coalition support. Iowa's farmers coming up. We're GONNA get our daily. addressed to the Iowa food, fuel and fiber industry here from Iowa Secretaria AG Mike Nag I noticed this morning. And and it's another. Step in the process I guess of. Trying to get these processes back online to slow down the basically to stop the backup in the countryside. Still the issue, obviously of working through that backlog trying to reduce it but before you can reduce it. You gotta get to top of the hill in terms of stopping it, so we had we had a milestone yesterday. In terms of the numbers talk with Mike about that. Get an update on the past the four program as well all when the big show continues. Off to the minute, commodity prices the market analysis that makes sense. This is the big Joe. Well sometimes the other numbers that go along with the commodity prices are just as important. To the big show today Bob is on the road and he just sent me A. Picture and wouldn't you know it's from a distillery that he is I guess happened upon somewhere in his travels, which Mike. Nag with us. Good big show buddy in Iowa, secretary of Agriculture. Does that surprise you in the least Mike. Bob would find a way to stop at a distillery in his travels. No, but I guess it's five o'clock somewhere. I don't know I. Don't know how that work. Well I guess maybe we can take that up to him when he gets back tomorrow. Speaking of five o'clock one of the things I noticed it to five o'clock this morning, when I started with the with with Max in in for Van the cattle slaughter number yesterday, Mike was one hundred one thousand, so that's that's a big Bil- stone and hogs at three, hundred, Ninety, seven thousand, so we're almost to the four hundred thousand level. There were certainly making some progress here in in getting these facilities back open. We are I. think generally what we would say is that we sorta hit the bottom We hit the bottom mark. Maybe the first week that first week of May was was was when we hit the the low points, both both for beef and for pork, and even for renewable fuels I. Think Ethanol has been on a steady slow climb from there on up. I talked with several folks within the packing industry in the last couple of days. They're still dealing with. You know they've got some positives. They've got some workers that need. Need to then quarantine for seven or fourteen days they've they've just got to work. With the number of employees that are available and take care of them and slow the lines down so there's a process of climbing back from that low point again where we're running at seventy two percent or thereabouts on pork right now in the state of Iowa in terms of processing capacity, which means we're still adding to the backlog, so It's good news, but the situation remains dire for our producers is they're looking at their options on farm, Yeah, and and that. That hasn't changed certainly at all as you mentioned, the backlog is still building one thing that has changed though after yesterday's proclamation Mike. is somewhat loosening of the restrictions on auctions around the state. You know this has been one of those things. We've really watched very closely and worked with our auction. Markets are especially our livestock auction markets throughout the state over the course of this into. Yeah, there, there are some restrictions had been lifted. auctions can operate as long as they have twenty five or less people, and then auctions that are. Outside and you, social distancing measures can can have more than twenty five, and you know this is again just a steady a steady progression here we know our auction markets of it's been tough for them to deal with, but they've done good work to take care of their customers, and yet they provide such an essential service to our livestock producers, and so we know that they have to continue to operate, and we're GONNA continue to work with the governor's office, and with these auction markets to to just be smart. The right steps but we're headed in the right direction Well I don't know about you but I. Don't think this online component is going to go anywhere. You even even when we quote unquote back to whatever the new normal is going to be. You know there'll be pieces of that. That may get incorporated, but I. It's hard to be an. It's hard to replicate what happens in person. all across the state, and there's so many pieces of that we know, and in part of the agriculture supply chain that we just we need to get back to some level of normalcy, and we'll have to work our way. work our way through that Information continues to filter out on the The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program details that were announced on Tuesday. I know you were briefed by USDA. On this bill north, he's GonNa. Give us a little bit of an update here later on today, but looks like there's. There's some discussion around what whether? Products had that were already enrolled in risk. Management options whether they'll be eligible here. You know first of all. I'm glad that we've got somebody like bill, nor the in the chair that he's in how many times? Over the last couple. Glad that he'll be that he'll be talking with us. You know like He. This is a complex program you've you're trying to address. Everything from specialty crops of all kinds all the way across dairy into the meat sector, and and certainly the big crops like corn and soybean and cotton, and so many different components in so many different situations, so look I. Think what I continue to hear from USDA, is they? They want to hear from folks. They want to understand what some of the issues are. Maybe some shortcomings or what? They've what they've missed and AND WE'RE GONNA. We're GONNA. Be Really Thankful for what they have provided and know that there's still a lot of work to do so I think generally there's a lot of questions yet to be answered and you know as as we go towards what next Tuesday when folks can start to apply we're hopeful and expect that some of these things will be cleared up and especially as we look for those calculators USDA will put out that you'll be able to go in and really get a better sense of. What qualifies and how how that calculation will actually conducted so You know more mortar calm and we'll continue to work through this. Absolutely it's not It didn't happen overnight. It's been going on now for. A while, and it's not gonNA end overnight as much as we didn't like it, too, or maybe all wish would you guys have been doing great work to with the the pass, the pork program of course big weekend coming up generally for for consumption. So you have an update for us on on how that's all gone. Well we just continue to the I'm. I'm blown away, but not surprised by the interest in the in Iowans of trying to help other islands, and certainly we know food secure food. Insecurity is on the rise is job. Jobless claims rise pass the Porsche's one example of a way that we're trying to connect the dots between agriculture and food banks food pantries to date more than one hundred thirty thousand dollars donated eight thousand pounds of pork, and hey, we're just getting started. There's more to come not just poor, but others to. Even during tough times, agriculture gives back. That's one of the best parts about it. There's no doubt Mike. Thanks. We'll talk to you. Tomorrow sounds good. There you go I was ex. Secretary Mike Nag is daily address to. Fuel and Fiber Industry Bill Northey is with us in a moment on the big. The big show on a Thursday eleven thirty five reads the ticking big show clock with Bob, point on the road today eighty Peterson the big show to Fisher will have markets and weather information coming up traditionally we would talk markets, and whether here dodd rose will be with us. Our expert market analysts were just going to a little different time today twelve ten because. He is with a good friend of the big show, longtime friend of the big show. I asked Secretary for over a decade now USDA's. Undersecretary for farm production in rural conservation, one of only two big show, Pioneer and agriculture award winners, and I was just thinking earlier bill. You've been involved with both of those that we've given away the most prestigious award that we give away 'cause. You gave it to Hayden, and then you got the other one, so that's a pretty cool thing. Certainly very very special day when Uh gave that award to Hayden and very very deserved. No doubt about that so everybody's issue and I think bill free for details on the latest. Hear about the corona. Virus food assistance. Program I know you put in a lot of long hours, Deep? Thought to to try to make sure that everything's covered the extent that you're able. So what's what's the latest on this? Belt certainly many folks are wear up starts on on Tuesday of next week, a lot of details on the program on Farmers Dot Gov. and You go right to the page. I'm farmers dot? Gov Slash Ceefax C. F. AP. Current food assistance programs, so we have payments in their by different types of commodities. We go all the way from. Eater cattle to watermelon to all kinds of specialty crops, and and other crops and dairy grain so. So it was a challenges, he stay putting it together because. Part of the problem was we were seeing the impact change as we were trying to put the program together, and and we had to have an innate so really most of what the program does is look at losses from the first quarter of this year, and we know that they're ongoing losses after that with folks at sold after our sales period here that are only covered on their inventory loss, and and they lost more than that on some cattle that were sold after April. we know that's true. We also know Congress is looking at potentially some more support. because although this is sixteen billion dollars, it sounds like a lot of money and is a lot of money. The actual losses to agricultural producers out there was way in excess of that, and and we'll be ongoing as we look at the crap. Going in the ground right now is being impacted. Or has been impacted by the demand from, Koga the loss. Of of our ethanol markets and that demand and other kinds of things out there so I think there'll be. Some follow up programs as well, but we needed to get this out. Yeah, staggering is term that comes to mind when I look at some of these numbers bill in terms of the the real losses that have already taken place, not even looking into the future Like what are the questions that I've heard from prayed maybe more people than anybody else bill is. What about stuff that was enrolled and other risk management programs? Is that going to be eligible here under this program? It is we look at this? As as separate from the other risk management programs out there so? Now, we are designing this. I said if if somebody had crop insurance and they had revenue insurance does not. This is not their participation in that does not impact their eligibility for this for example, crop, or there's a program Dairy Revenue Protection Program that protects our dairy producers. That bought that. about downward boom in prices were glad that many producers bought that, but that does not preclude them from participating in this program. we do though for grain losses. Say. We're just looking at ensuring the grain losses after the fifteenth of January, so if he sold the head of that. we're not covering We're not paying for Bushels That were not on hand at risk. When the loss of value? occurred so There is caveat their love. This detail certainly is on Farmers Dot Gov, slice feet c-pap are FSA. Offices will be able to answer. Questions as well, we'll have a tool on the website here. on Tuesday to that will let you walk through that fill out the form. Actually print out a form potentially sign it. Take a picture of it or mail it in and that would be the application and it's a fairly straightforward process, but those definitions are important. Yeah, so then what? What What should we be doing right now? Bill Gathering scale tickets, and that sort of thing or her having been measured What's what's the best use of our time here now? I think many producers. What they have on hand if Especially for for grain You know what you had on hand as of the first the year you did that on A. looking at a balance sheet at that time and figure out what you've moved between that in January fifteenth. That's what we need to know. At the end of the day here, you don't need to bring in those sporting documents. He needs to have those because those help you determine. How many bushels you had, and and whether they were contractor. A we need you to self. Certify what that number is so to the extent that you need together those that information to be able to determine what you're going to certify. Please do that You can see the the kinds of questions. We're asking like comedy. How many? Feeder cattle, did you so below six hundred pounds, and above six hundred pounds between January fifteenth April fifteen i? have some cattle that fit that category. You're going to want to know those numbers. So go ahead and gathered those numbers, but those questions are on. The website payment rates around the website as well that would suggest the kind of information and come come Tuesday morning. You're going to be able to actually see the form. They're more. To on the website, yeah, and you guys did a tremendous video to that I shared yesterday, and by the way I've got links to all of that on the the big show website and social media at big show farm in the little tutorial video kind of gives us an idea of what this process is going to look like to sell. As as Mike said earlier bill I think there's a lot of people and myself included that thankful. You're sitting in the chair that you're in and we appreciate your leadership and we'll get together maybe under better circumstances hopefully soon. Her Shannon Andy. We're glad to be able to help you folks and appreciate you getting the word out to folks and we're certainly looking forward to. Enable to help a little bit. There goes bill, nor the USDA's undersecretary for farm production and World Conservation here longtime Iowa Secretary and and I will farmer, of course as well today on the big show, and if you missed any of that, we'll get that podcast it out on the website here very shortly and social media at big show farm eleven forty three now on the big show clock three big things you need to know here. Courtesy of your Iowa soybean farmer. Three. Needing more as some of these specifics continue to filter out a USDA on the rotavirus food assistance program, the payments will help. No doubt acknowledged producers, but some sectors are saying this is simply not enough for example national milk, Producers Federation spokesperson Chris Gaylon explains the formula for dairy producers. Rather complex. The water boils down to four a dairy farm production. In the first quarter of this year. The payment is going to amount to six dollars and twenty cents per hundred weight, and that's a combination of two different funding streams, but the bottom line is we already know what everyone's production was in the first three months of the year, and you multiply that time six dollars and twenty cents and dad is your payment now there are also questions about say forward contracting, and at least for milk. He says one of the things that they've tried to do is make sure other risk protection activities like forward. Contracting would continue to be eligible with no restrictions on the fat payment. Providing assistance bill fire filed. By Senator Charles Grassley would require USDA to do four the ethanol industry it would require USDA to reimburse producers for their feedstock purchases in the first quarter of twenty twenty through the Commodity Credit Corp which Growth Energy CEO Emily Score, says would quote deliver immediately relief for biofuel workers, farm, partners and thousands of rural communities legislation follows numerous appeals from growth energy and other farm and biofuel leaders, lawmakers and local governments for an industry that has been basically idled since dacoven outbreak began. Making progress on the phase, one trade deal with China but more from a regulatory side than anything else Jennifer Hillman is a senior fellow for trade, an international political economy with the Council on Foreign Relations and she says that. As far as the egg purchase requirements, in the Agreement Day, are extensive agreement requires China to by twelve point five billion dollars more in agricultural goods this year than it did in two, thousand seventeen and an additional one thousand nine point, five billion dollars over twenty seventeen levels in twenty, twenty, one depending on whether you've used Chinese import numbers or US export numbers that mean somewhere between thirty four thirty seven billion dollars in total agriculture purchases this year so far. She says imports are at five. Five point one billion dollars compared to a target range for this period about nine point one billion, so thirty seven percent of the target, requiring a lot of ketchup to be made I'm amy, Peterson? Those are the big things you need to know. Attention farmers make your investment of the soybean check off yield big, be an active participant in the Iowa Soybean Association at no additional cost. Just Click on. How can I join ISA at a soybeans dot com and reap the benefits of belonging. And, we take a look at midwestern weather did talk to Bob and this morning, and he was noticing similar. Wet North Central Iowa Northwestern Iowa I. Certainly saw quite a bit of wet to southeastern Iowa yesterday. So nate, what are we looking at whether wise here brought to you by the Steph group selling land in the equipment format since nineteen sixty. This weather update some spotty showers today. Today around the state of Iowa highs in the high sixties. Maybe low seventies then tomorrow we're GONNA see more rain starting in the morning on Western Iowa reaching central Iowa Bhai around noontime and moving on through eastern Iowa, some heavy rain, expected up to upwards of an inch in northwestern Iowa expected tomorrow, and then we should hit the eighties for the weekend with a little more rain Each day. That's a look at weather brought to you by the Steph EST group. Bob Put here. 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Critical information available via podcast, including some answers to questions like this one that comes in on the pioneer seats, text line, five, one, five, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety one. He says many Bushels Change title at harvest, but remained unprivatized where they percents subject to risks such as a basis contract. will the unpracticed portion of those. Or the price later be eligible for a payment and I haven't seen anything quite that specific from USDA. and. Of course there are different Ways that? Things are marketed with every commodity. And and different in every single industry, so there's just a ton of information. As. Bill said they're trying to trying to cover and meet all the needs that everybody has as many as they can. So. I imagine those specifics. Still filter out I guess what I heard him say was that. Of those price, later contracts so would fall under good risk management tools, and and they WANNA make sure that that that in this case bushels that have that have been involved in some sort of risk management. Do get covered, so I'm hopeful. but I don't know that we have a specific answer to that and they'll be there. You're going to be a lot of this here in the next few days. Leading up to Tuesday when the program is unveiled I, do know I spoke to Christine Ted, grin, good friend with the Center for law and taxation. She and Chat Heart Iowa state are planning to do a Webinar at some point. To try and sort some of this stuff out and what we know, they're working to schedule that and so. I think we're gonNA talk with Christine. WHO's just a wealth of information on all of these programs into tax specifics in in this assistance program specifics probably tomorrow right here on the big show, but great question and we love to hear from all of you on the pioneer seats line, five, one, five, nine, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety, one is the pioneer seats text line. With us on the big show, well as I mentioned a little bit earlier, we saw slaughter numbers for cattle top one hundred thousand yesterday first time that's happened in in a long time, not back to normal obviously, but But hogs you up to three, hundred, Ninety, seven thousand. That's almost to the four hundred thousand level again, if the seventy three to four percent range here of normal capacity, but those are kind of milestone numbers impact on the marketplace. We'll talk about that with Don rose as well as corn and soybeans. Here we see wetter our weather, working planting corn, wise in the state at least basically wrapped up. It's still a ways to go soybeans probably not much taking place, so look forward to talking to dime straight ahead on the big show.

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"Twelve on the big show clock. Welcome to the big show. Our tent is large. Come inside. Although it looks like most of the rain has stopped drizzle still following falling in some sections of Iowa more weather coming up bandy with the three big things you need to know ahead. Being brought to you now by hurts real estate services. Farmland auction brokerage Andy Evaluations, all available from the good folks at hurts hurts real estate services well. I mentioned. We have some boots on the ground eyeballs out in the field, and that is Ben Hollings. Head is with US right now. He is Grandma's with the folks from key Coop Ben your work in central Iowa. Let's get a quick update on how things are going into the ground. I would imagine we're pretty much done corn and soybeans in your neck of the woods, aren't we? Yep I, we're pretty well wrapped up in fact I'd say most the most of the crops around here. Pretty well coming out of the ground. We're often running in fact We're already starting to make preparations for post. MERCH spring here. When the weather starts to cooperate a little bit, so so it's really. It's been one for the record books. That's for sure. Now now, ben is in the shadow of the farm. Progress show grounds right there in central Iowa and we had some rain here over the last three or four days. Ben So kind of tell me a rain. You picked up in different geographies you serve. Well right here. This topic aims you know. There was probably about eight tenths of an inch of rain, but then if you go to the West a few miles, there was a little heavier band where you can see a little bit of ponding in some spots right there. Right as I drive by the farm progress show there was a little heavier band, arraigned and and then then if you go a little bit farther to the east the northeast, there was another band aid, so it's your typical spring. body spotty showers. Where if you just happen to? End Up getting lucky, it got a little heavier heavier amounts and but all in all. It was A. Very muchly needed rain. Yeah Hey ben Andy. You mentioned one for the record books for for good reasons this time, right? Well I. Tell You when you can. When you can talk to a lot of the older farmers in. They're like boy man. We we don't know. We've ever been done this early with planting and then to have it come out of the ground like this you know. Obviously we could use a little more heat now we're getting ready to which root systems in the corn, and it's going to be looking for some nitrogen and it Kinda want some heat here, so hope. Hopefully that'll become. Well. That's what I was GONNA, ask you stand wise emergence wise. What have you been seen in your scouting? Well you know the the the corn crop it was. It was so dry early. That there there are some differences. I don't know what the stand is. We we'd probably had stronger stance that have initially came out of the ground, but at least here on the moines low. You know prairie pothole type soil. We've got ourselves a year where we're not missing any ponds and when When you get. When you get that sort of situation whenever acres growing something on on these soils at least boy, there's a lot of potential out there. Yeah and would imagine that's got got some. Some providing I. Guess some reasons for hope here despite what else is going on. Well, it's definitely a whole lot better than it was the a year ago. The situation you know it was just you know about this time a year ago. It think about it we were we were basically rained out for a month and there was this a lot of a lot of operational plus treats going on so this We definitely feel a whole lot more on our on our toes this year. The knocked back on our heels like last year. A. Ben, How's the ALFALFA looking? Well this cool weather as definitely? Slowed some of that up a lot of my hey, guys I you know it. It might not be the biggest first cutting at the. Just because we've had enough cool weather, and then that that dry period in their kinda slow things down, but all in all it's. It's coming along good. I would imagine some guys that are going to start thinking about putting that first cutting down as soon as As soon as it looks like we're GonNa have ourselves a another dry stretch so. Any bugs hitting the. Bugs hit me on. Not Not at this point, not at this point yet. nothing nothing too bad You know you just you just never know with bugs I. I saw some guys. They're already talking about last year with the soybeans. You know we have this whole. Caterpillars flew in from the south and and A little talk about that. Obviously, we don't quite know what's GonNa. Happen there yet, but so far so far so good. It's your nothing that's that's going to to hurt anything yet. But you always gotta have your happier thinking hat on and and be ready for anything. Yeah and in fact last year I? Think we had a couple of generations of fissile caterpillar. We did we did it was You know guys that have been growing soybeans for a long time. They they go back and they're like you know. It's white beans. There's there's always. There's always something that's either apis, or now that fissile caterpillars or are nematode problems, or or you know you could go on and on some guys. Go all the way back to the spider mite days back in eighty so. Yeah I remember walking through soybean fields and coming out. Feel like I've been coded with honey so. I can. I can identify with that hey. Ben Thanks talking to a little bit today. We'll let you go It'd be be careful out there. You Bet thanks for having me. You about that is Ben links had been is the GRANDMAS stint centralized, or out of Kelly is a key co-op out of Kelly are boots on the ground eyeballs out in the field today well, if you're just joining us on the big show. Andy wants to know where you been for last hour and fifteen minutes. We're just kidding you here. We. We've been talking a lot about this corona virus. Food Assistance Program. We're GONNA talk more about that. Coming up basically though the assistance program, some details rolled out to the biggest detail rolled out today. Is that sign up starts on May? Twenty six FSA offices so sign up starts on Tuesday. And I will quote the president he said payments will come within one week, so we'll talk more about that and also markets ahead here on the big show. How comment, maybe a picture share them to us on the pioneer seeds text line, five, one, five, nine, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety, one, nine, nine, five, four, nine one. Andy we have been talking about this. Corona virus. Assistance Program Ceefax Fab for short. President trump announcing some details? Not, announcing some of the more salient issues that I think people would like to know that is what the rate is. Although I just sent you a information from the F. Essay offices, and trying to drill down deep into the document here, and this is again why I asked the question of. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Nag The payment structure here it says producers will receive eighty percent of their maximum total payment upon approval of the application, the remaining portion of the payment, not to exceed the limit will be paid at a later date. As funds remain available. And that's that that's the key, and if you listen to ALC- lice a little bit ago. He is not real confident that there's going to be enough. Funding in this bill, so it looks like right now. If I apply my Farmer logic here and I'm writing with my big crayons that at best you're. GonNa get about eighty percent, and probably not a bad idea to get in the office. When you soon as you can yeah, and so in that in these documents here's. We drill through them a little bit further. There are some rates that are established and and of course you get off into the weeds here. part of this funding comes from the cares act. Part of it comes from commodity credit. But anyway. The the row crop side of this is the simplest seventy cents on corn. It looks like and ninety five cents on soybeans will be the value, so you get eighty percent of that you get into livestock, and it gets a little more particular in terms of weight, and that sort of thing anyway I'm in the process of posting both of these documents out on social media, big show pharmacy kind of digest this information from yourself, but it is. Real time analysis, no doubt of USDA's direct assistance program and details filter out. Today twelve thirty five on the big show clock. Bob Quitting the big show today. Andy and I have been going over this latest corona virus. Food Assistance Program for Agriculture Andy We talked with Secretary of Agriculture Mike Nag in there was an area that was not covered in here. Well a couple of areas you talked about one of those, though the ethanol industry and we have on the telephone line with us. I believe Andy Mighty. shos talking to us today. Good friend of the big show executive director, our renewable fuels association here for some real time reaction to USDA's announcement or I guess money in your case non-announcement announcement What do you? What do you make all of this? Well rightly or wrongly you know the USDA for the last several weeks is pretty much, and sometimes in fairly blunt language told us that you know they're not going to give any money to the biofuels industry to help. Get through this time unless Congress directs them to. We think that's a mistake. along with a lot of other people around the world or around the country I guess we do think the USDA has the authority to do this and and should do it. It and they have. They have funds there that they could use to do this but if that's going to be their position, then we have no choice but to look to Congress and the House. recently passed a provision that would provide some economic assistance to us, and maybe as early as today i. don't Really WanNa scoop their their news, but I do believe that Senator Grassley is operatives. Working on some legislation introduced that would would provide some support as well. What what type of support you need money or or how would you like to see that done? You know I mean. I'd like to be creative I. Like to think outside the box, but. We're in a situation where there's just not a lot of options right now. We we expect about forty percent of Iowa's ethanol capacity is production capacity as offline We've got some new numbers later today. It might be a little bit below that, but it's still going to be close to forty There's just no way the government can hit some magic button and restore that demand in short order, so you're basically left with a choice, and that is you're either gonNA provide a cash infusion to get these facilities through this You Know Covid era of demand destruction, or you're going to see a lot of them. You know run out of money. Going bankruptcy, some not have the cash to even by corn to start up when demand does ultimately return so. that's what the government has done for many other industries and while it's not necessarily creative. They do it because it works and if we want to see these locally owned ethanol plants, you know, stay locally owned and and survive this that's what Congress or the USDA he's. GonNa have to step up and do. Well and the ripple effect obviously down through the industry to what we're talking about with corn and soybean prices greatly depends on that industry, being viable and being operational and being in place. Yeah if you think about it about nationwide real close to forty percent of corn goes into an ethanol plant upper thirty percents on a typical year now. Obviously, we're making more than ethanol. We're making the distillers grains, and there's corn oil, and there's lots of other products even to that people have learned is pretty important in lots of industries. the comes from us. But here in Iowa it's close to sixty percent so almost sixty percent of corn. First Time it's going to be processed. There's going to be an and all. And I mean that's just a huge part of our market It's something that we've always been very happy about it. I mean that's the whole reason. Farmers got involved in created the modern dry mill ethanol industry was they wanted to add value and create a market for their ever-growing yields of corn, and so we've always prided ourselves on on being a good place. Place to take that corn and having to be a win win. So you know it's it's hard to see. These plants shut down into see farmers looking for other options of of where to go with her. Their corn or of livestock producers, not not having access to the steelers grains that they become so accustomed to. It's a great affordable source of protein. And and we want get these plants going, but the bottom line is going to take months to get demand back to levels where you don't have all this capacity offline overhanging the market, even now when you get a little bit of good news like plants pop on, and then it like more plants come on back online than are required for the little bit of good news, and we're just GONNA see that. That Little Ping Pong effect until we get back to normal demands, and that's going to be a long time, and that's that's why we definitely need some help, and you know we'd like the USDA just to do it. We think they have the authority and the cash to do it, but if it takes Congress than we are asking our legislative leaders to to direct the USDA to do it. Well. We'll keep in touch. will keep up with what's going on money. I guess I just ask. What do you think be You know what do you think the chances are something coming through Congress at this point? I think people understand how important this is I don't think it seems to me that the you know the the bill they pass out. House is probably not going to fly through the Senate to say the least, but the Senate is going to work on I. DO think that they will come together with another proposal to help out the economic devastation from from all these shutdowns and you know the shelter. Shelter in place, orders and everything, and and I think there's a good shot we can get by a biofuels package in there. I think what the House did was very similar to to what industry been asking for from the USDA differences here and there you know, is it? Bushels is a gallon, but the end of the day we need a reasonable way to give an appropriate amount of of. These facilities and and to see them through, and we either do that. or I think you're going to see some of them. Go Away, so I'm actually optimistic that while this next package might take a few weeks yet to put together we we can. We can be in the final pack. well like I said we'll, we'll keep in touch with the as we have been as we all get through this and appreciate your time today, money as always. Anytime thank you. Yeah, you, Bet Monte Shaw Executive Director Iowa renewable. Fuels Association Bob, with You Continued still out there, and that's one of the things. That Secretary Nag mentioned earlier was This direct assistance isn't perfect, and certainly renewable fuels have been hit hard during this period also. Yeah exactly and I. Think Monty is. Talking to as well about another eight package that still working through Congress there may be something in there for renewable fuels. But Secretary Nag pointed that out earlier force. Hey, andy, let's move on the three big things. You need to know brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmers. Planting progress in fact, corn planning basically is complete here in the state of Iowa before Memorial Day with a big number showing up with USDA Nassan their weekly report, ninety six percent to the crop in the ground, sixty three percent of it has emerged soybeans coming along nicely as well. Crop moved to eighty six percent planted almost nearly a month ahead of last year and three weeks ahead of average. Cares with the USDA NASU says about a quarter Dean are off the ground nationally eighty percent, complete planning, wise fifty three percent, soybean, wise eighty percent on corn, and you can see all of the numbers out on the big show website. Seeing an increased price of gasoline and therefore that start to be good, because it indicates increasing demand six and a half cents higher this past week, Patrick Dehaan of gas. Buddy says the increase is attributed to eight nearly five percent increase in gasoline demand, gasoline dancing that quotas long states continue to loosen restrictions. It'll mean more motorists on the road and filling their tank. Direct assistance details continue to filter out from USDA as to how it is going to assist of food, fuel and fiber producers for disruptions in the industry beyond their control caused by Kobe nineteen in the pandemic. Well you know this is much needed assistance first and foremost, and so we're appreciative of first Congress allocating these dollars, and then USDA and the trump administration you know getting these pushed out, and in doing so by the end of May which is what they said they do so high was secretary of Agriculture Mike Nagging daily addressed to the food and fiber industry. Right here on the big show says that sign up period will begin may twenty sixth at the FSI office. Now there are some specifics to this. We continue to learn more and more, but I've got the very latest posted including assigned values for crop or livestock. Available Social Media Wise. Big Show Farm, twelve, forty, four on the big show, and those are the three things you need to know attention farmers make your investment yield big. Be An active participant in the Iowa Soybean Association at no additional cost. Just Click on. How can I join ASA? A soybeans dot com and reap the benefits of belonging. Weather brought to you by hurts real estate services, farmland, auction, brokerage, and evaluations. Big thing to hurts real estate services, nate, let's take a look at what's going on South America where the harvest is coming in quick update absolutely in Brazil starting in Mata Grosso to sue and the provinces. They're mostly dry until Thursday's. GonNa see some scattered showers on Friday in the southern part of the region in the northern part of the region on Saturday some rain, their tempers nearer to above normal today, above normal Wednesday, until Friday in the near below normal on Saturday Ruganda apart now they will have mostly dry conditions until Wednesday. Moderate heavy. Heavy showers Thursday and Friday possible. They're scattered showers on Saturday temperatures near to above normal day above normal Wednesday, Thursday and Friday than below normal on Saturday and Argentina will see a strong system of rain with widespread showers in the middle of this week benefiting their emerging wheat crop, look worldwide weather brought to you by it's real. Estate Services Pertz Real Estate Services for all your family and sale needs hurts is the first call to make learn personalized customer care is all about farmland auctions brokerage in evaluation, seventy plus years of experience will benefit you. They entered five, nine, three, five to six three or anytime at hurts dot egg. We're talking about this Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. The application date has been posted now it is at the. F. Essay offices and that application first date is may twenty six, so next Tuesday is the first day that they'll be taking applications also handy has posted Matrix there of What some of these values are going to be for payouts, so it's on the big show website. Talk to allies coming up here on a big show. Today's top stories in agriculture and the analysis you trust. This is big Joe. Twelve fifty five on the big show clock by going to the big show going. Wrap up with class here, but Andy have had a couple of texts. Come in on our text line asking where we find the things you're posting their so kind of walk us through that. Yeah, at big show. Farm is the easiest way to do it. facebook and twitter, and you can follow the links from there specifically. I've got the graphs of the announced values and outclassed. They'll be interested in this here. that were detailed. And filtering out here just a little bit ago from Usda but. seventy cents on corn and ninety five cents on soybeans, livestock is a little more detailed in fact than that you know feeder cattle less than six hundred pounds for example or more than six hundred pounds. There's different right there, so you can. You can see some individual breakdowns there or You can go to I. Heart Media Dot Com Keyword is big show farm and I've got the more detailed release and more links available to you there for this information that is continuing to break Bob right during the big show and that's that's one of the things that we do. Do best right to provide accurate, timely and up to the minute information in real time here is, it's available. Well are real time analysts right now is our clients the telephone line with us. Let's talk about corn and soybeans. What's impacting this market today pricewise? I we we took a nearby July corn up to three twenty five, and so there's no way kyw's, but we couldn't hold onto the gains. We're still about a penny better. soybean for rangebound seem like we have good support on the nearby contract around eight thirty eight. Today's low eight, thirty nine. We run into lottery systems up at about eight sixty, looking for some new news until we get some, we're just I. Think going to be shopping sideways. So I take it out of the market, really not reacting here to be assistance announcement today. Not Really Andy. I think it's good. I think it's an important step for the farmers to get the liquidity that they need really doesn't affect the supplier demand of the commodity. It may be a will. Impact the spreads on it some that people will not need as much cash up here the short term and can hang on longer before they're forced to selling some grain, but there's no real fundamental impact with the program as I've seen it. Well and so then give us some targets here all I know you said you. Ranges are adjusted downward. You still think the three fifty, an option here, old crop, corn, and what nine dollars so needs. Yeah, three fifty and eighty, so that's quite a ways above the market as we look ahead with Memorial Day weekend coming up and years I've been in the business I've seen these three day weekends. given us some trend changes, and we're watching just to see what happens. Especially in the northern plains. We talked last hour about North Dakota then. There's still harvesting last year's corn crop so. Many delays her certainly there I won't Minnesota also looking great. Sounds Good Al. how do we continue the conversation directly? Please, give us a call toll free, eight, eight, eight, three, four, five, two, eight, five five. Our expert market analyst Alkalis today with the last word on the big show. Rush limbaugh five minutes away.

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Food stamps were born out of a surplus of food

Retropod

06:05 min | 2 years ago

Food stamps were born out of a surplus of food

"The retro pod podcast is sponsored by United concordia at concordia is proud to welcome newly eligible military retirees into the two thousand nineteen fed VIP program. We're unique because United concordia has military retirees who can help you throughout the fed VIP enrollment process. United concordia dental our mission, healthy mouths. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen walled with retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered. Earlier this year. President Trump proposed overhauling snap the supplemental nutrition assistance program, formerly known as food stamps. The president suggested giving the vast majority of eligible recipients about half of their benefits recipients would receive container of non perishable food items such as milk, juice, grains, pasta canned meat, fruits and vegetables. Trump argued that this new form of food stamps would save the government money, though, critics said it took away the recipients ability to choose what they eat. The country's food assistance program has long been complicated and divisive the name itself, which changed from food stamps to snap because the former had such a negative connotation as for the origins of the program it dates back two decades before food stamps were even a thing born from complicated paradox too, much food. Let's go back to World War One which devastated much of civilization. This was especially true of European agriculture which drug alled to provide food on the continent during the war. Meanwhile, American farmers were encouraged to grow as much as possible not just to feed their own soldiers, but also a growing number of hungry Europeans. Then in one thousand nine hundred eighteen the war ended demand for food across the Atlantic slowly declined, but farmers continued producing at wartime levels and the heartless laws of supply and demand kicked in without as many consumers their large crop yields. Drove down prices for their goods in an effort to earn more. They grew more creating more. Unsustainable pricing. Then the great depression hit in nineteen twenty nine at many people in the United States could not afford to buy food. No matter how low prices went that extra food a lot of that extra was going to waste at one point the surplus of pork became so huge that millions of pigs at to be slaughtered and not in order to raise prices that. Of course, outraged the public. For president Franklin D Roosevelt's administration. This was a public relations nightmare, according to research done by the urban food policy institute, initially the federal government responded by purchasing the extra food and distributing it to institutions such as the Red Cross or wealthier departments. In one thousand nine hundred eighty three the government passed the agricultural adjustment act a new deal program to reduce surpluses farmers were subsidized for reducing how much they produced. The act was popular among farmers early on though, it wasn't that successful in one thousand nine thirty six the supreme court declared it unconstitutional because the federal government didn't have jurisdiction. Finally by the late nineteen thirties. The agricultural department came up with the food stamp program or in stamps and blue stance. People on relief could purchase orange stamps to buy any food items for every one dollar of orange stamps purchase. They received fifty cents worth of blue stamps for free. Those blue stamps could only be used for items designated as surplus eggs butter beans and citrus fruits, the nation rolled out the food stamp initiative in six cities starting with Rochester. On a spring morning in nineteen thirty nine Ralston fair and unemployed machinist cute up inside the old post office building of all places in Rochester, New York. According to news stories at the time, he became the nation's first food stamp recipients fair told journalists who surrounded him that I never got surplus foods before, but I certainly will. Now, the plan seems simple enough according to a USDA history. It ended in nineteen forty-three because the conditions that brought the program into being unmarketable food surpluses in widespread unemployment no longer existed. But by that time it had helped feed nearly twenty million people the program lay dormant until nineteen sixty one when the Kennedy administration revived, it food stamps, ultimately became free to qualified households. In the nineteen seventies. Mike rosenfeld? Thanks for listening special. Thanks to iron Schapira for reporting the story for the Washington Post and for more forgotten stories from history. Visit Washington Post dot com slash retro pot.

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Cattle Current PodcastNov. 4, 2020

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

06:07 min | 9 months ago

Cattle Current PodcastNov. 4, 2020

"Cattle features softened on Tuesday, but Purdue Universe the CME Group AG economy barometer spiked to an all-time high in October coming up on your Galaxy remarks update. It was Precision off. How did all this is where fish bowl with your cattle current market update for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning the 4th of November and go she ate a cash big cattle trade was mostly inactive on like demand in the western Corn Belt through Tuesday afternoon, according to the Agricultural Marketing service else where they were at a standstill. Carol features close mostly lower in Light trade despite higher Box Beef prices and thoughts that last week's shower Packer by mail of a cash price is this week off higher grain Futures an election uncertainty likely provided some of the pressure live cattle futures close to an average of 26 Cents lower except for an average of 27 cents higher and took three contracts feeder-cattle Futures closed an average of 57 cents. Lower Choice box be cut out value was $0.79 higher Tuesday afternoon at $209.44 a hundredweight select was $2.83 higher at $195.45 corn Futures close 3 to 4 cents higher through step of 21 years and then mostly up any higher soybean Futures close 8 to 12 cents higher through step of 21 and then 4:00 to 6 cents higher wage. I had results from just one trendable Tuesday sale available at press time. That was for farmers and ranchers livestock commission at Salina Kansas where there were thirteen hundred and eighty eight head steers way and five hundred or six hundred fifty pound sold five to ten dollars higher and then steady to $2 lower on Waites heavier than six hundred fifty pounds heifers Wayne five hundred to six hundred fifty Pounds full 329 dollars higher and then $2 higher that other weights major us. This is closed today or Tuesday a temporarily employed by thoughts. The economic stimulus talks will gain traction after the election no matter who wins the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 554 points higher the S&P 500 close fifty points higher and the NASDAQ was up 202 points the Purdue University cmegroup agar call log. Longer Rose 27 points in October from September to 183 the highest level in the history of the barometer the current conditions index Rose 36 points off of 178th and the future expectations index Rose 23 points to a reading of 186. By the way, the barometer's based on survey responses from former US agricultural producers and was conducted from October 19th to the 23rd. According to James Mentor the barometer's principal investigator and director of Purdue University Center for commercial agriculture the combination of good yield a rally and crop prices and coronavirus food assistance program payments set the stage for the surge in place for sentiment since bottoming out during the summer. He says the AG economy has rebounded sharply and the dramatic Improvement and sentiment reflects the turn around and the farm income pictures. Mentors referring to the late summer early fall rally in commodity prices combined with government program payments arising from the second round of the coronavirus food assistance program, which provided a boost too many producers farm income as well corn soybean prices continue to Rally even though us corn yields are expected to be record high and USDA the tricks or being yields to be the fourth highest on record comparing their Farms Current financial condition too a year earlier 25% of survey respondents said their operation was better off that was the most positive response from producers to the question in the history of the barometer survey the foreign capital investment index also hit an all-time high in October nine points from September to a reading of 82 the percentage of producers expecting to increase their purchases of Machinery in the upcoming year Rose to Fort Worth. Percent from 11% a month earlier and up from 4% in May meanwhile, 27% of respondents expect land values to increase over the next twelve months. That was 4% more than the previous month. Similarly 38% said they expect cash rental rates to increase in 2021 compared to 8% a month earlier than producer optimism about trade with China also increased with 59% of respondents expecting China to fulfill the food and agricultural import requirements outlined in a phase one trade agreement with the US that was 12% more than a month earlier about your cattle current market update for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning the 4th of November. Remember you can sign up for the free daily cattle current email at www.ge.com. This is West Palm.

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Tiah Eckhardt: Lingerie Master

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Tiah Eckhardt: Lingerie Master

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. Podcast. One presents four up a thug kitchen podcast, the show that discusses food, politics and pop culture, all while trying to give a fuck and now for your host, Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to forked up your go-to podcasts for all things cherries. Chernobyl and checks and balances. I'm Michelle Davis and bat Holloway today. We're going to be talking about the evolution of food stamps. How expiration dates on food products really? Don't mean Jack shit and turning waste into renewable energy later. We're going to be joined by model and writer Eckhart to talk about lingerie because, you know, this is a podcast about more things than just laundry. But you know, we talk about these about teddy as we talk about feet, Dr Buffy picks. So we're calm a she's a delight awesome. It's not a weird combo. It's a fucking mind. Opening converse. You guys wanna listen to this shit, sit stay tuned because it's definitely getting for sharpen knows knives. Its fourth step does kitchen podcast. What's up party? And it's Michelle did you have a good weekend? Did you do anything exciting? No, I just got I adopted all fucking weekend. I would to the container store, not. Plug just a just a lifestyle and. Well, you know, I just moved to. I just moved into a new place. And like I wanted to start with best practices, like I feel like I always try to get organized once I've been messy for a long time, and I was like, no, maybe we just make places for where things go from the outset. So that's just worship goes. And so I've I like was patting myself on the back all weekend. I was good willing I was containing I was doing everything. And so as a nice thing to myself got pretty high last night, and had a series of very adult high thoughts, one of which I texted you lake. Nine at night. I don't remember what? I was trying to figure out what the. Estate tax was in fucking sin. Tax about medical like at night. I was like weird question. What do you think the property taxes are like on a fucking cemetery? Like, for example, Hollywood forever, because that's like some premium real estate. Forever for the all the Dono is a cemetery here in the heart of Los Angeles that it's between. Beverly, and Melrose literally right behind Paramount Pictures. Mel Rosen son's knows Melrose and Santa Monica. Excuse me. I mean they're not from here. They don't know what you say street names people. Don't fuck in Melrose. It's a massive piece of property and real state in L, as expensive as is I can't imagine what their property taxes, why the fuck you thinking about that. No idea because I wasn't doing anything related to Hollywood or cemeteries, and I was just and more property taxes, and I'm just sitting there and also in my head. I was like, what other property taxes? Overheads. If you're. It's the one that a lot of TV shows movies have made fun of this. But it's the it's the place where in the summertime they have movie screen movie screenings where they projected onto this giant concrete wall. You don't sit on graves. Yeah. That's a common thing. Everybody thinks he's just sitting on tombstones fucking now Jin like I dunno like sons. No, it's a close Vanu your there's like a grassy area. That's where you said, because it's become like a big thing fun Orlando made fun of it. Yeah. It's super fun. And it makes the cemetery a lot of money to, I'm assuming pay the property, Texas. Also, I was about to sleep. And it was like we were rulers invented. You were. Google. Bother you so much. You had to, like, hold up. I can't go to bed. Win like standardized units of measurement. Apparently they got down to like they had rulers forever ago that were accurate dental the one sixteenth of an inch like it was very impressive. Do think that it coincided with dudes sitting unsolicited dick pics. Unsolicited, dick DRAMs get sketches. Yeah. Winging into fucking concrete sketch of all time is in the big lebowski where they're at Jackie tree horns, fancy mansions. Yeah. Yeah. And he's a phone call. And he's like he's writing notes like it's like a super fuck and important phone call. And then she sews figure giant erection. Yeah. Takes the note and goes in the other room. And so fucking dude is like trying to be an investigator in like sketches over the thing to see what he wrote in. It's just a guy with a huge wrecked penis. And I think I, I think I saw that when I was like fourteen and I was like that is the funniest. What up to the weekend Mullah weekend? You know, speaking of cemeteries, I saw the latest installment of the Halloween series. Hold on, for the potty aunts. Matt is kind of motherfucker who will go home and be alone and turn on a fucking horror movie like midnight. Yeah. I just I just and go to bed. No problem. I just want you guys do that. I want you to know that about handling bother me. It's I've seen worse like you can't eat it baffles. Transgressor me. But it's not even the scare it's not like I'm too scared to watch. I'm just like wouldn't watch horror movie by myself, and you're like perfect. I know watch NewsHour, Wayne. So nobody wants to no one ever like I got I gotta wait 'til cousin Brian's offer word, you know what I mean. Like no one wants wants to watch a scary movie. So what did you think trash? Shitting on the series. I don't understand why Lori the main character. Why the okay so I did. I don't want to impact Laurie. Is that Jamie Lee Curtis? Never not only all he just saw her crosswalk, one time. Tell story later. Jamie Lee Curtis character Laurie. Michael Meyers gets out of his like prison slash insane asylum, wherever he's being held like they're trying transport him. And he gets free. And he's back in the name of the fictional time, I think, is holding holding filled. I've never seen any of them. Yeah. I mean, they shouldn't like Pasadena here like, but it's the place. Yeah, Jamie Lee Curtis characters like I've been waiting for him to get out so that I could kill him. Why not just in bed yourself into that sanitarium and kill him that way? Why the fuck if you know how evil this, dude, I wasn't old taken him wasn't he, an dolt man, when she was a teenager? And now she's a grandmother. Yeah. I mean her character is not aging. Well, Jaime leased doing just fine. But her character she she's fucking grabbing. It's another thing why. Her daughter. I don't know. Mike Myers who the fuck knows what his like his scary power is he's a big dude housing. He died anyway. So she has a daughter that she had a son. Yes. So that's another issue that I took how lean H two O two in it. Twenty years later that was another steamer on the series. There was absolute trash. They had Josh Hartnett playing Laurie son and did not explain where the fuck he went. I don't know what that was about. And now she's got a daughter that they don't. He's Michael Myers. No. Josh hartnett. I think they just like that was a weird movie. I remember they had like creed playing in one scene. Even at the time I was like, look, I get it. This is like what is popular right now? But this is going to date itself had Lord, I was very upset about that. And I also got upset about how there's no creativity in using a knife as a murder weapon. That's dumb. If you're going to murder somebody, which is a huge crime, right? Commit to, to a creative way to do that. I know I think there's something scary about being killed by something that's in your own house. Sure, I get the kitchen knife is defense weapon when you hear a noise in the middle of night, and you go for the book, but I'm saying I like the idea of someone killing me with my own kitchen knife, extra spooked. Okay. Well, then kill people with lamps then walk around with a fucking table. Lamp that's scary. Everyone's gotta table lamp. I'd be like a gift hold on irony. Have that lamp? Why are you here? I just think a knife is so unimaginative to murder people. I like that year like the only thing worse than that would be a gun at stupid. If you're gonna murder, if you're going to commit to a murder be creative, if you can commit to committing murder, it's on saying anyways, so that was my plenty of things, I'm just not going to get into. People got to know about Halloween. Well, how would we do a little history? Let's get into food his heart of ranting about halloween's never tired of frantic, I look, June. What do we know we in July yet? It's may. Okay. Well this matters game rooms over it. Well, this fucking writers, took a pay day and they went on vacation, because they want to go do Star Wars, and they shit on the series of tired of its lazy, writing. Well this week in one thousand sixty one. We first introduced what we understand as modern food stamps, in this country that it's only been since nineteen sixty one the first recipients, where Mr. MRs Alderson Muncie of Paynesville, West Virginia and on may twenty ninth nineteen sixty one they were awarded ninety five dollars in food stamps, for thirteen person household that have been yet people. Well, I think the house was technically fifteen they had thirteen children. So Mr. Muncie had been working at the minds, and then he got laid off, so they were pretty fucked. You got thirteen kids, and he got fucking laid off and then they heard about this new kind of food assistance program, and they signed up. So John F. Kennedy who'd been stunned by the poverty saw while he was campaigning, and southern West Virginia a year earlier had made it a huge platform of his administration to try to alleviate this level of poverty, and more specifically childhood hunger. So this next year, the munchies were part of one of the eight food stamp test programs around the country. There were being sponsored by the Kennedy administration. The munchies were the programs and the country's first food stamp recipients back in the day before this, like in the thirties. They did have a commodities program when there was excess of certain foods and this mission, they would give out stamps that you could get like you know, the milk if there was a surplus of milk or surplus of grain, but nothing like. Muttered as food stamps, so modern food stamps, the munchies, or the first ones, quote, we only got stamps for a few months, this Muncie, recalled, we started paying for part of our stamps, after my husband got work relief job. And then a few years later, he got a fulltime job with the state road department and we went off food stamps altogether. Personally, I would have rather not received food stamps, she said, but they helped me feed, my children, during a time when there were no other choices they helped us a lot, and they helped a lot of other people around here to, which is such a beautiful statement and really shows what this program is meant to do, and that's how it was conceived. And it is still doing that work today today nationwide are snap program benefits over forty two million people that's over thirteen percent of the country or put another way. It's one in eight people if you're sitting in traffic right now look around you one of those people's on food stamps, at least you definitely in LA, you see more than eight cars and traffic. I don't know if you're fucking Branson, Missouri right now. And despite what you hear a lot of times in the media, and people who are being critical at the food stamp program based on racist, ideals. The overwhelming majority of beneficiaries are still white families. This was the word family. Yeah. White people get forty percent of the benefits of this net programs and mostly in general. The large majority of people who get benefits are families with children, but forty percent of people who get food stamps or fucking. Why families with thirteen children because God? The munchies were doing the mouse state needed some birth controls something need food. Did lots of power. But it just shows that who this program was designed to benefit, which was white families, and that when it started benefiting larger swath of the population were Representative of this country is when this program started getting demonize and you, you know, if you go back to the eighty s and the idea of welfare queens, and all the stuff again, it is criminalising in theory, the what we ascribe to behaviors of people of color, where it's white families, again, this white people are the ones the ones who benefits and it's worth noting that the munchies in nineteen sixty one received at ninety dollars for the first month of food stamps. And today, the average beneficiaries, it's not that much more today receives one hundred twenty dollars. So in forty fifty something years has gone up thirty bucks. That's crazy saying just saying. So next time you hear people being critical food stamps. Think of all the families and Jenner. Racial poverty, and, you know, childhood hunger that this program has alleviated, and maybe we need to think about actually doing fucking more for people and this program only certainly to sixty one like there's so much room for improvement. There was demonized twenty years later. Probably like ten years later. No, not at all. But moving onto more modern day news, there was something that we talked about in the last episode that ended up getting cut that we, we record a lot of content. And sometimes sometimes we run long we're trying to we're trying to keep it about an hour. Sometimes it's an hour ten sometimes it's fifty minutes, but sometimes things they'll make the cut. I wonder how we run lung with explanations of how we roll. I'm gonna go into a fifteen minute. Material that doesn't make air so anyway, ever from last episode. Mount was talking a lot about the different trade wars here in North America and the Trump's tariff policy for other foreign bodies. But I have a story that I wanted to touch on and showing how trade in the Americas is nothing fucking new. Are you ready Matt? All right. So cachet about one hundred and forty thousand charred seeds was discovered in brantford on -tario. And it contained who. Yeah. That's right. Shooting, watch it can can can Cannella this species of keen. Wha which is now extinct had previously only been found in the central United States. That's like Arkansas, Illinois and Kentucky, so not only does that show that the early people of the Americas had a vast trading network. But they had them functioning super super, well, at least three thousand years ago. Yeah. That's right. They carbonated that fucking keen and dated back to at least nine. Nine hundred b c. Wow. Yeah. Fucking what? Right. And no they didn't grow it up there and somehow char it. I don't know like whatever. 'cause there's no evidence of domesticated crops in that region of Canada for another fifteen hundred years. Damn. Yeah. So we've been trading was an older as old crop like around. That's on the next oldest crop that they found that was, you know, any should any form of domestication in that region of Canada was corn. And that was five hundred eighty so that was another thousand years. Yeah, good ole fashioned maize. And again, this wasn't something that they could grow up there. This is something that was grown in central United States and that was traded up that far in Canada into on -tario. And so that shows we've been trading all over this continent, and beyond for thousands of years, so like drawing these fake dumb ass borders, and trying to shut the whole thing down. That's not going to. Work. It's never been like that. And it's never going to be like that. Listen. We shut down the southern border until we get this figured out and does and. And fucking. Everybody's been keen wa for a long time. So I thought it was really interesting. What what he's out this week. Well this week in total recall fruits or vegetables onto the planet. Welcome to recon ready for us. Technically that was over the weekend, but just days before this week's Memorial Day, the USDA issued recalls more than sixty two thousand pounds of raw beef for e-coli concerns that we had already recorded last week's podcast, this just missed iradar, but everybody who took to the grill for Memorial Day. And you may maybe go some e-coli shit might be fucked up. This recall affected more than forty products including steaks ribs in brisket cuts. The affected bats will show the code seven eight eight in the USDA established stamp on the product is pager code free, cola. Seven eight eight. Code seven eight. E-coli contamination was discovered in random sampling and there have been no reported illnesses or hospitalizations thus far. I mean, if you're, it's only been a few days, and also, if your aunt made like a shitty macaroni salad or manny's e potato salad like Juno, if it was that, they got you sick or the shit beef. Or was it the thirty beers? You drink. Yeah. Who could figure that out? Yeah. Who could figure that out? Do you think do you think people got fucked up? Have no idea. I think would scare as it the only pick this up just by doing random sampling, which I didn't know that they did, which is great that they do it. Well they weren't doing during the shutdown. Also, I can tell you that right now I know what fell through the cracks. We have a really if you guys are trying, you're like these fucking vegans or ranting about meat being tainted. Yes, we are, and we're going to give you an alternative. We have detained what? What did he say? That was just for the potty. Go ahead, Matt. We have a kabob recipe in our second boy, to above us to Barbara spews, you want to tell people about that photo. It's probably one of your absolute favorite photos, and all of our cookbooks. Yes. No. Because it was a dope concept idea, but then the actual photo got crop so much that it didn't it didn't even matter. If you if you own second book, and you open up to these kebab, recipes Michelle's, holding to the two different kabosh. So it's a sweet and sour kebab with pineapple and bell peppers and all that stuff in Tampa Bay and seven on the grill with really sweet sour sauce. And the other one is a more Mediterranean training, one with chimney Theresa sauce. I'm holding both of them, right? And the idea was is it, Matt is going to so how this weird thing that I picked up in college is learned fire-breathing from a friend, and I was going to spit fire behind the kebabs, and we're gonna take a photo. So it looked like like I was. Like I was cooking them. Yeah. Like fucking Jakarta's. God damn dragon. And then we shot the photo, it looked great. And then when we saw the edit in the book because of the recipe, I'm almost completely all cut out so i-i-in orange flame behind, and where the spine is because it's a two page spread it really dolled the impact of the photo, but you should go look because you tried moonshine. Right. And that didn't work as your alcohol to put. The fire wasn't enough was impure enough. Yes. So. We have a lot of. A whole section of our office. Highly flammable, liquids vol, the dumb things that we've set on fire. It's right next to them and spoke we'd attempts. Speaking of Chucky, labels, expiration, dates are fucking expiring guys. Thank god. Right. So last week, the food and Drug administration released a letter announcing their support for labelling best if used by dates on all food products. So you guys like hold on, don't do that. Well, you know how food products have those like ambiguous labels, like sell by or expires on or best if enjoyed by followed by date yesterday, actually, doesn't require or regulate those from any food company, a matter of fact, food companies don't even have to explain how they reach the date on those labels. So it's not like there's any kind of standardized process so they should be pulling her other fucking ask your good, call the company and be like, hey, I know said your product always is, like, eight days like expiration audio get that they don't have to until you till the FDA talent, they don't even have to know how they get it. They just make it up. So this is a gentle nudge to food suppliers by the FDA to try to curb. Food waste, like we talk about all the time. Thirty percent of Americans food goes onto become waste either at the grocery store or at our homes, one suspected culprit for this massive amount of waste is the confusing labels on food products. You don't like when it says, best if enjoyed by it's not bad after that, that just means the product, they thought wouldn't taste as good efforts doesn't even taste. Bad doesn't mean you with your shitty? Palate could even probably tell the fucking difference. So the FDA is trying to remind people that those labels are for quality and freshness. Not on safety necessarily, it's not if it's no longer edible. It's not like you're going to die. If you have canned beans, that expired two weeks ago, also fucking smell it, you should be able to sniff something, and no good or not. Yeah. If you if you do that quick, who just throw it away a little faith in yourself. Jesus Christ lake one time at the grocery store. I got fucking. Joe that. So I knew this about expiration dates already because. Knows found doing research fucking roasted by this old man because we were selling a some sardines, that didn't have an expiration date on that. First of all, sardines, who the fuck are you? Yeah. Get out of here with that comes up to me, like all of, like twenty years old, or twenty one and Fook and takes me to task. For this fucking sardine mishap. And so I make him stand there with me as fucking Google this shit. And I was like, oh, they don't have to. They're required to you at all. And then I'm sure that did not appease his if anything she was more incense. Now for some few, I was working with the man to poison him with his sardines anchovies. I was one of the two either way I got fucking yelled at, and I hate him, and let's get these fucking standardize expiration dates because cashiers out there in the trenches are getting yelled at I wonder why the FDA, because I know that the USDA has to for like meat and products like expressionist fell, you didn't have to have a date before. It's like technically spoiled, why I guess it's so subjective and would be so fucking tedious to try and to do that with food companies, because there's so many different. I don't give a shit fuck. It make them to put the onus on the companies are making billions of dollars off of us to figure it out. Well, they're not gonna they're not gonna self-regulate. That's the things. No. If you if you pass a law that says, you have to put, I know but that's, that's the FDA releasing this letter being like, hey guys, it'd be really great if you. Don't fuck fucking do it because we're wasting food. Well, researchers at the university of Waterloo, f developed new technology to produce biodegradable chemical that can be refined as a source of energy food waste treatment with leachate bed. Reactor is the name of the research, publish embyro resource technology. If you're looking to get technical, but essentially, environmental biotechnology, it's like professor young, solely from Waterloo wanted to find an efficient way to use food waste as source of fuel isn't there already do this? Currently there are ways convert food waste into fuel, but when considering the amount of energy in wastewater treatment involved in the process it yields. No net environmental benefit. Sounds like lash. It's a wash. Okay. So we can do it, but it's such a shit only. Yeah. Okay. Got us shit Aleve. So researchers found leachate a mixture of micro-organisms and nutrients eat, and digest food ways, releasing a chemical byproduct called carb oxalate, which is potential substitute for petroleum or crude oil as consumers we can certainly do a lot better than just throwing food away. Especially now that we know that those days, they put on the patch is really don't mean Jack shit y'all throwing so much fuck and food away. The sciences using it as a renewable energy source that's crate and things like that. Chain when you're when you're criticize can't deliver on fucking hover boards because too busy, this shit Liu. So you're telling me if we waste less food we might have personalized jetpack, so the next time you, y'all would stop throwing away food that is perfectly good. And you couldn't taste the difference anyways, we would have hover boards essentially is what I'm getting my God. That's my hot take. That's an excellent heartache. And when we get back, we're joined by model and writer Tia Eckhart to talk about six toys and feet picks. Let's from book Esti. We'll be back in a moment with more forked up a thug kitchen podcast. Alexa, isn't the only one with breaking news, make sure to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the news minute on your journey through Hollywood. Let Todd garner be your guide. Wow. This is show business the producers guide with Todd garner. Recent guests include on a ferris at come to the conclusion that I just think I don't know what my face is doing Corolla, teaching traffic school. It's seven forty four in the morning. 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Some of her most well known work has actually been within lingerie, she's appeared in campaigns for agent provocateur. She's the face of electric, French bread, Aries, and the laundry chain honeybear debt since two thousand fifteen. And in her writing she is renowned for highlighting different, lingerie brands for a variety of body types, and for legit making you wanna buy every single thing. So please welcome to ya. Welcome to the show. Thank you. So, like we were chatting when you first got in here. We've been internet friends for a long time, but we've actually never met before so long time like six years. Yeah, exactly. I don't remember how I found out you were following us, or we were falling you or something. But like it all mission to go to like, Hello, cool person. Exactly. Looking for thirst, Trump's you were outside where attractive redhead? Right. Across the desk from me. Seagrams gets like because of the logarithms or whatever I get due to the look like me. And GM to cope. And I'm like, hey. I know what it is. It's got to look like you that also are photographers very funny suffering niche, like how Nisha the algorithms out. Yeah, Gary, these really handsome Icelandic dudes which I which I am not. Yeah. I know I'm from Houston. I don't know. There's, there's no look a little bit like like a character on Vikings or something. Yeah. In depending on like my hairstyle I shaved my beard, like people like you know, you look like him. I can't wait to hear this shit. Traumas. Travis them five. Yeah. It's one that's very popular. One algorithm. Fun fact. I met him when I worked with ironically enough in Icelandic director, who is casting for Viking movie. And they brought Travis in for read and him. And I it's up. Hello face. Oh, dude. Learn having Mary say, I, I don't get that at all the outgrew them does not you don't get a bunch of hot redheads. No, I get ads about freezing my eggs. Well, it was like the patriarchy is programmed in. This lake salty magazine. Yeah. Go about like the patriarch is in the algorithm. Yeah. Absolutely. Oh my God. The comments though, on that targeted ad were gold because all the screen shot. And it was this a bunch of women being like oh fuck you. Can I live like? I'll bet why you got that ad because it was like our company. All the people in the comments going sake. What it was. I think we were talking about AIG replacer for cooking. I wonder if it freezes. Well. Under the fucking microphone was like you need a freeze. Your. To furious. Lert but let's talk about you never felt the goddamn yard. So you're, you're in the fashion industry. You've been modeling for forever. Like winter started for two thousand. I was fourteen shit. Since I was fourteen jaded is a bit of an undecided. Most models, you know, if they're lucky they have a career, that's like three years. Yeah. I'm still here. Jeff Howe that moment when you were like nineteen you're like, well, I'm fucking done with a show. I thought my career's over like five times, like an just for some reason, I keep getting off at work, and I'm like I have no idea how I'm still here like the pump. Hey, of modal. Let's see here. Frozen in time you will starting that young has to be such a trip though, because your body at fourteen is still changing so much, and you're being critiqued, so closely as your body's changing, so you're like, I'm not even used to the shit, and now you're going to me about it. I can imagine kind of warps like your, your body image like your food, like what's your experience that? Well, you know, I was just saying to someone the other day it's like no in my thirties, and I'm just realizing that I've sent since I was fourteen and trying to keep my body the same size. Like that's not develop, I guess, the only people that would know that are like teenage Russian gymnasts like Bellary and maybe the only people that know like you can't keep your body in what is essentially a pubescent state for that long. I'd be trying like size. Australian eight which is like a US four. Yeah. And all of that age, and I was like five nine already, which is. Yeah. And I'm now five ten and I'm probably wanna just had my second baby seeks to eight US. But I've spent my entire adult life with my main professional objective being staying the same size that I was in ninth grade. Walkers, yet, like your metabolism change and your body's just changing and, and that's not negative. That's not it just is no. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Like in high school, I got consistently taste for like being flat chested and really young looking underdeveloped. And then I spent my. Then I spend my like I have a complex about that. And then I spend my entire professional life is like the curvy go. Go getting so it's kind of like, really funny, but I definitely saw that transition happen within my career Clinton Leon's. But yet, it's annoying, and I'm sort of just north of wardrobe recently because I moved from a house in northern California where I had five closets one here in LA, where I have one, so I sort of like cleaning out my closets and a heavily is beautiful clothes into falls. Yeah. So I'm like, oh my God. What am I going to stay with my lingerie collection to everything's confetti to deed? Yeah. And a small, and I'm not that size right now. And I'm kind of just like I have a whole life with clothes, and lingerie, I don't think I've ever going to be out fit in again because shooting you should sell it to creepy. Dudes on. I know what it's like. I know I thought this one. Of a market for that, as you would think. But it is at looks into the. The only thing that really frustrates me about my when my body changes is like I love that traffic. And I said something about that the other day, and I'm like, you know, I'm so devastated. I've got very literally lingerie collection. That's with six figures nursing. It's disgustingly consumers don't have anything. Watches. Like heads me. Yeah. Sneaker addicts and stuff. I'm bumped because I caught where people sort of took that as me being like a hate my body, and I'm like, no, no fine with by body. I look great. I'm just got caught if it into my awesome stuff. Yeah. I, I have pieces that I love that are just going to have to love from afar. Now. Not my clothes and funnel them. We had a good time. Didn't we I have a really cool Batman costume, when I was this fucking time sacked by, like two hundred trying to get back into my twelve year old. So I need to, like I dunno shrink down about. Yeah, you're just trying to get back to your birthday. Ideally, that'd be posted on Instagram. A couple of months ago, you had a post on your wonderful Instagram account, if you guys aren't following you should go like, mouthy of noxious goals, and ju-. Kinda went viral because you reframe the argument for diversity embody times, I thought in a really clever way like you know, you, you so often hear the argument like of diversity of body types in advertising, four diversities saying, which is the powerful lip service sometimes. And I've seen a lot of companies do that. And it's kind of. Oh, you're coopting very important thing for appetizing sick and then becomes its own Brent bullshit. Yeah, but I, I really get upset about. Yeah. I like the way you living. Because I thought it was smart, and it was business-minded. You're like no. Like if we always seem this same kind of body in all of our advertising, whether it's super thin small chested. All these things like showing a homogeneous body type desensitizes shoe it. And so we fucking glaze over and we don't engage. Oh, yeah. Like if I, I mean, not like slamming, this one particular type, and that's the point I was making that point is just sort of like Instagram fitness model type goal in their super skinny super one dice fans tend with an inch of their life. Look like they just have two percent body fat, and they're in some fucking me on bikini on a beach in Bora, Bora. It's the same thing you see over and over again. And you have for the PawSox, seven years. I like those captions oh because they are so fucked. That account by the wind goes with the relevant capture. Yeah. I love that. But I'm following it really funny. I actually got on their on. Right. Because when I found it, I was like, I'm gonna get on. I got on there because it's like soybean my friends follow it. They all like tag me. Look, don't let anyone tell you. The. Yeah. You see, just like that one body type. And even if that body tonight, I you must get sick of it now, like, you know, like you would with anything because. Well, yeah. Spice of life in any regard. And if you're looking at even beauty, it's same way. I'm just my point I was making when I was. I'm just so bawdy and there's nothing wrong with that body top of that one look. But there's something wrong with it. Being the only thing he say, yeah. And yeah, people are going to it's not just about let's be inclusive, and let's be diverse, because that's great. That's healthy for everyone's mental state. But companies should look at it in a way of your team is going to have bowl. Yeah. They can go to social media. Now they can fully goals that are different sizes, different skin colors. And if you earn keep showing that one thing, they're just going to discontinue out. They're gonna unfairly, they're not going to engage with your advertising, and it's to your detriment. Yeah. You don't get control what consumers stay now they control it. And you better catch up and go along with what they want. Yeah. I just thought that was such a clever reframing of an oft held lake discussion. I was like fuck. Yeah, that's a great point because I do the same thing where like you're saying, these Instagram models and all these things all these, the homogeneous look the same lip fillers. Botox eyebrows. Yeah. Exactly. And it's like that might is that what it is both talks because I see a lot of faces starting to look the same as to say. Six hundred as every and just like. Be very beautiful. But it's like if you see it all the time. It's like when you live right, by the beach. It's like at a certain point the beauty. Someone who lives in west LA? I mean it's pretty but it kind of like it's just another sunset. Up on the beach with the west coast, Jillian I honestly took it for granted until I left and from Perth. Right. So now I mean literally on the beach my parents house on the send shit unparalleled views of the and I completely took it for granted as a kid and now I'm like, oh my God. What I wouldn't give to go back. You see it every day. You're just like you that stunning what's on TV. What am I reading right now? It's just people's bts. The same with with fight is, and don't think being interesting looking at some times more powerful than being aesthetically, like what we would consider a beautiful. I would rather look at someone who's very, very interesting, Tila gone, then somebody who's just gorgeous. I've said this about lake Taylor swift before, like he's obviously beautiful. There's no question about it. But she's beautiful to me, like a sunset like I don't wanna fuck it. All the time. Like objectively beautiful pleasant to look at whether someone actually in -tracting. Yeah. Fuck Abol is a whole other. Yeah. That's the most people you've been attracted to moisture in your life. They perfect no face change within an inch of their life. No. No. I mean like my, my celebrity crush is Shawn. Payne Ned stock and say someone game of. Because short cross. Oh, it's lives on. Like if I fuck anyone. Just before he died. Maybe not quite head on the Trump and blow up. Like, you know, he's in bed with Catlin, and he's like a hairy chest. And sawed Scott. The manliness manliness and like you could ask my therapist are probably have daddy issues. The full on raw masculinity rough skies. But then, like, really honorable. Yeah. Protective and loyal. That's just the man. Yeah. And that is not aesthetically pefect Calvin Klein model. Yeah. Yeah. Dan, I'm gonna go your style. Because you're boring out over to get one of those wicked face cars. It just goes, like I honestly I read I reckon if you did you'd probably have like a bunch of random bills. All. Bilbo talks. This cars got lion. King's. That's very on brand. You also highlight on your count, all the changes your body's been going through over the last couple years, kind of in conjunction with the last question from having your second child, and the way should change. When we get thirties. I don't see a lot of people who I don't know, have a big media presence like you posting like this, and you make it so clear that there's no right or wrong way that your, your body's looking like this. It looks and I used to think I'd hate this. And now bomb, how hard is it to have such a healthy mindset, though, like that in industry? Like you're saying that values. Conform, we're good your inspiration from who's telling you that you're also sort of absorbing it, and then or you just like I like it. You know, and we all have our shit days. It's not. And I'd like to really transparent about the fact that I'll be honest about I'm coming to terms with how I look it's not perfect even when I look back fuck, I was pretty close to twenty one think I was time. I think a lot of us can identify with that, look back, you know, look when you're seeks Dane or twenty twenty five how old you are. And you probably most of us if you're probably hated yourself at the time. And now you look back and you're like why did I waste much time hating myself in criticizing myself. And I just got to a point a few years ago whereas like doing the same thing and being like, okay now if that by that logic now is the best. Yeah. So I don't want to waste it being miserable five year old you would allow that. So I'm like, if I fifty five and now look back at myself now and be like I wasn't Haiti myself at that time, I will have never grits. So that's kind of where I'm at with that. And also, you know, I spent have spent this long the industry and it was people's jobs to criticize me physically for really long time. And then I also thought it wasn't being affected by that. But I was and then, also I really in the past couple of years, realize it was reflected in my personal relationships, too. I was really quite abusive Pessina relationships, where the people in relationships with criticize me heavily to, and I realized they were absolutely fading each other life. Live team is down here. Yeah. You kind of find people, you're like you know what I'm used to get. Yeah. Yeah, I had to really break that cycle. And to be completely honest. It was thousands of dollars therapy. Honestly, I sent my savings account there because I was like concave leaving this because I'm going to having damaging relationships and keep having awful self esteem and just invested in that owns viable say, I would recommend that to anyone because you live that live like that. You can't live criticizing yourself heavily are improved or until our potty all time, right? You can afford it. If you have health insurance, if you have the. The sliding scale. Yeah. Sliding skill sessions, like something just all have our fucking garbage. Oh, yeah. And there's like your personal garbage but then, you know, we're all exposed, all consuming media all the time. Now, everyone, I think should should really take stock of how they feel about themselves and how much there will personal lives professionalized and the media around them affecting their, their self perception is mine with thought. And again, I look back and I'm like, wow. I looked mazing throughout my twenties. I was making so much money and yet I thought I was awful. And then if you criticize yourself physically you end up criticizing your personality as well. It's going to bleed it starts like shit. And then it becomes like I'm totally shit human being has no. So. I can't get this one thing. I can't get any. Doc people to treat me nicely. Exactly. So, yeah, it's just I've developed this mindset last couple years out of absolute necessity. Professional hell. Did you ever get young girls like DM in you? And even not so young goes, they're like, how are you how you confident? How can you put yourself out this wish I could do that? And I'm like, I don't know how I do it. I kind of just barely do it. I feel into Kutch. Kutch giving advice. But. This is what I do now. And I think it's very comforting every time you do it when you talk about your body changing because, you know I'm in my thirties to I'm thirty four. So my body is so much different than it was at twenty that and same thing, we're looking at old pros photos of was like, what am I doing now? At the same time I wasn't happy with that value. And so it's so nice to go when you're when. To see that somebody who has made a living off of being beautiful and you are very beautiful. That they're they have the same kind of conversation with themselves, and they also have to come to terms with whatever's, making them unhappy brings me comfort magin the contrast. It's like a woman deeming you talking about like, buddy, images. Self acceptance and then like some creepy do. More. Funny. What's, what's the fucking worst creepy ever? I never had poor people. Is that happen? Very rarely I would only report people actually even wanna talk line, the scariest one. Yeah. It makes me feel ill. Yeah. Try to report it. I tried to place about someone actually commented on a completely wholesome picture of me and my daughter. Oh fuck. Yeah. Internet the line. I contacted the police I was like, how do we did they take it seriously? We don't know how to track it unless you can get the address. So whatever for it. So I'm like block reports centerpoint. Yeah. Instagram. But yet, that's the thing but apart from that I normally, I think, actually get crate flam moisture. My follow is our other women. Like me. We had a model Netflix, Geraldo on. And she was talking about like the creepy comments. She gets guys being like more armpit photos. Finishes before. On come into the picture of being my boyfriend the other day like. Do you let them lick your on pitting? Like the. Just recently discovered. The is there is a very Nisha hit. Yeah. I know. Like I don't would turn to fucking. They are. Yes. Lick it suck it on an understand with guys go to therapy. Fuck your. Vanishes. I even I find I mean God, most porn that's out there. Now, sir Nali. It makes foot-fetishists and stuff. Same really tame. I love when. Yeah. When people are like, oh, he's in defeat them like. Someone those into fate once I got foot massages every day length how to, you know anyway. Howdy. We could do. People are like, no, I'm just into normal stuff like latex double. Pretty teams. Online pornography is really. Democratize. Kink. That's what I mean. It's like, yeah, we're here like that standard. And now we're like he's in Tom pits. Really? Yeah. Here to Brooke like to request it. Like so we were telling Natalie should more fixtures. Her. Takes the lead in. Get that behind a paywall. You wanna see armpit. You gotta pay ten dollars a month on patriot for the uncensored armpit photo. Yeah. Very unpicks elated pit. Exactly that is. That is a fucking out. I love it. You're also super well known by the way, for your writing surrounding laundry, and like you're saying you had huge laundry election. How did you cultivate, such appreciation, and knowledge of launching 'cause I knew fuck all about lingerie like my mom doesn't dress up or do anything like that. And then, when I think, when we started following each other shit girl, like why don't you have anything that makes you feel beautiful, like I'm so glad that. Dan gusting. The only thing that I knew the kid about lingerie was it when I would go to department stores like shopping with my mom and my sisters, that was the one section I was not allowed. Growing checking off. Were just like go the poise section. God, what's over there? Couldn't even couldn't be far enough way to even see the sign. How did you, you know, how do we become interested in anything load of colliding little bit that I grew up doing dance and theatre, I love like old movies, especially old musicals, and I feel like the glamorous women in those films were always wearing like, you know, either like an amazing sparkley costume or like a beautiful food while road or dressing. I would see that. And I'm like, Dan, that looks comfortable. Audible berryman. It. That was, I think, what glamorous women were to me, and I grew up like I said, on the beach, ustralia very low key kind of beauty flip-flop won't show, and it was just so far removed from what I was exposed to every day aspirational for me. So that was what glamorous women were in my mind from like a kid age. And then as I got older. It was hard to find in hard to buy, especially where I was growing up. I was like, oh, yeah. Kind of, you know, started sexually coming into myself as a teenager. And I just gravitated to that because it was kind of showcasing a way in which I was feeling confident feeling confident about myself. I also had a sister who's a bit older that me. And I think when she was like twenty I would have been about thirteen and she, she have longtime boyfriend, she was buying lots of lingerie and I started making it. I remember the first thing I still, I've still got a red lace seller on God Abell like it's like the millionaire that safest penny I've still got that suspend about wearing it school like fourteen. I'm wearing under my phone like suspenders and stockings just for myself from my mood, and I still feel that way. But yeah, and then I got older and traveling a lot and making good money. So I just would by myself, whatever ridiculous, let it really is for you. Like I've learned so much that it's like, oh, do I feel beautiful fall pampering, myself, and is it making me like my body more? I've dressed it up. But if beautiful exactly. And I think that's the different people go. What's the difference between like swimmer and laundry? Well, most will fabric quality stuck in a bowl. I look shit in bikinis. I became shopping, traumatic for some reason, I spell lighting cuts the fabric or whatever. There's so many things about changing rooms that need to of hall. Am I really wanna like punch myself on the phone? I go to target and I tried it on a bathing suit. Wow. Rest overhead bulbs. Hold on. Every has it's own shadow. Berries? Old. Right. By should look knows lingerie complete opposite. I feel like it makes better lifts. Cinches Holte together in just a better way structurally better. I mean bars literally, the only fashioned comment that has more components than men's tailored suit just from an engineering point of view. It's really complex. They're very hot to make. But just because it says the major engineering hope is, which is to lift Holt. So I feel like because of that it just makes you look and feel better. That's another reason why I love it. Ladies, lingerie sneaker head for ladies. That conclusion. I'm just gonna go by nice pair of shoes and walk around my apartment, naked. Feet on. The thing about that. Also kind of the same thing with cut out lingerie. And when you're go anywhere heels, and your naked, if you're wanting something ridiculous, like a cut out place or just heels it highlights how naked you actually. Yes. If you're actually naked like people go, what's the point of like a crutch lowest penny or an open Cup bra? And I'm like highlight that it's a lot there. Yeah. Guy that does not like naked mole than they like oddly placed piece of Everett to highlight, you really. Again, there's something just so. Yeah. Fund absurd kind of thing, by the way, those are my nipples. You can strut around naked in your sneakers and really it's gonna be it's gonna highlight tell naked, you are everywhere else. He's gonna have thought about this very good point. See and your newish to LA now. Yeah. Being here for little over a year. I've been coming and going for many years. And I usually would always just fly in fly out and always love to hear. I think Don always wanted to be here. And now I'm here permanently in the best thing you were on a fucking beach in Perth, then you were like, you know what L as the place. You could walk out to the water, yet, that's very true. But it's kind of very culturally. I mean, I got home and just spend about a week there. And I'm like me out. Youthful, but kept me out. It's so funny. How you know, you just you find your tribe, you find your family, and then, you know, that's all I for some people got these cute F bay, right? Outside. Outside the lobbies daycare. Man. It's hard to be a working mom on us. Ladies like I was just telling us before shambolic morning. And I'm like, right. Bring your kids in day. That's what's happening. So they came with me. How yes that's how you get shit done. What, what else are you going to? You're like I'm just gonna fucking roll with it whatever's happening have to happen. I'm like get in the car. Doesn't matter. Daughters doing homework you pull out of school. What was what was it excuse? Like my daughter's gonna park. She's going to be Mike L A that is a perfectly acceptable excuse. Oh my gosh. If you slow hurry tapes, she wants to have a YouTube channel, but like, you know, staying for reasons aforementioned before that'd be apprehensive of that, like her being on the internet. She wants to have a she wants to be a standup comedian on and share onto YouTube channel. And I'd like actually, the internet scary place. I would rather you were at the comedy store doing legitimate stand. That, that's where we've gotten as a society, 'cause I agree with your assessment. I'd be like, yeah, I'd rather my child work at a bar. Just be online. Remind ball lay. Yes, she wants YouTube channel to stand up comedian and work in a Bob because she thinks making hotels would be fun. And she's like mixing thing. Yeah. Science Joey drainage, very witchy. Science at the same time. But yes or no actually was just like I have to go to work, and she's got it come with me. Shut up. We just got a doctor. It doesn't matter. My kid. It's mike. Tell you why. It's my kid I pay you guys kidding. Yeah. Do you have any projects coming up? I'm working for a Monterey rent. Okay. National lingerie brand that I really love and really respect and they're letting me do something Superfund. Ooh is basically just about Monterey fashion and fucking until into really awesome women. Just saving my money for whatever coming gonna cost you anything. Anything? Favorite, right? Well, thank you so much for being on. You guys are not following. Where can they follow you, they can follow me on Instagram or Twitter, the te'o, I would like to just have it, it was, obviously taken. So I had no ads the cash that I think is the only one not sure I'm not the only one. Yeah. I just was the one that got that name the school on social media. Chris afford. Do it. Trying to get my, my personal Instagram and I was just like met. It was like someone how to, but they were like it was so under utilized. This motherfucker hasn't posted in like years. Yeah, my name is Michelle Davis. So if you think I've ever gotten anything I got a g mail account when it was still invite only and I had. M Davis and numbers. I could not get that shit. But you know what? You guys probably do. Get that my daughter. And I will amending yesterday name badges with your name on. Oh, yeah. That's with your name on it. We get none of that. Licensed. Choose me. My son's name is also. Yeah. Like shopping my name onto everything customized Shipton. Yeah. Don't worry, what do you get you get like a Tina in your leg? It's still be surprised that people call me Michael all the time. Really, really Michelle exotic we've got into an Uber and they've been like Michael Michelle's, like sure. I did it like like coffee places some stuff. Now, whatever call me whatever you wanted to call me. Give me my coffee, just give you that. Yeah. I just said that. My name's Brian. I don't care. We'll think USA friendship being on. Finally, finally finally, finally. Thank you for letting me bring the take. Super behave and a door. Thanks for being here. Thank you. Yards. That's your shows we things for hanging out with us. Always enjoy the potty. It's kicking with us on Thursday. There's only two of us on the booth but it feels like an army. So thanks for hanging out. We liked. We'd like to take a moment to take our sponsors. Bring this podcast, y'all free every week, especially truecar got please go and support them because they support us, and we'd also like to thank as always Frankfurt Orissa for our seem using the shots for cutting out what remains of my sniffles and lastly, but never released jut out to the body, jro- shirts, Amazon dot com slash thug. 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"It's for harvest public media not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides. The sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with mole. He'll look at that big bag. Right there were sitting out about six hundred pounds of wool from when they were sure last. Say shared in. March Ashrawi Jubilee Farms in Clinton Illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for Wall to be turned into yarn. But not many people are buying premium yarn and this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened but there's really no point in US paying thousands of dollars suppress all that we can move right now. So which is part of what the CFP was. Hoping to help with CFA P that stands for corona. Virus Food Assistance Program and is run by the US Department of Agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like Cindy Ash. It doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for Horny. And soybean or large livestock producers we are. We don't do any of that in addition to wool ash usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due to the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application, which requires you to list each crop you grow and an estimated loss. If you're listening every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year. You literally depends on bigger farmers and how much. But you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their list of eligible crops. But some of the items asked cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Sanaa's demand is the federal policy director for the National Young Farmers Coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details of how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all of those things and have all the paperwork to back up in two thousand eighteen. Crops accounted for about a quarter of all US crop seeds. But as of late July specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. USDA's farm service agency. Administrator? Richard Ford ice says, it's a matter of timing that is he says, the program is based on losses incurred between January and April. That was not really a time when I saw you know. Every state would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I, think that's I. think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage recently, lawmakers sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA I would say that not just this year but overall, they need to pay much more attention to a diverse farmers produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional like corn beans, enlarge livestock she says, it's more than likely take a loss this year a year she'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin Harvest. Public Media. This statewide Governor Jay Pritzker Restore Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing as a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Midland's to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job. Reynolds FA was one of millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk. I'm sixty one years old I actually a renal transplant recipient so i. Suppressed Immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home it interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm to be able to talk to people but I'm also know that'd be able to help people which I think is a good thing governor Jay Pritzker. Seems to agree with that last part, he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus jeff enrolled in a four week course at college a page and due to student demand. The college even had to open up extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such. High demand some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to face says he seen jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand a year I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job, but it'll put food on the table and keep it had some pretty happy with it. The work of contact tracer has been likened to A. Detective or a game of clue. But Jay says he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they've recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with someone who tested positive and it could be you know Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private I. You then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the. First symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and the contractors job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also need to direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating. Around the Internet, if the person needs quarantine and around their own tracers can also help coordinate food them, or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk contact tracer may follow up with a person, every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at all need to develop some sort of relationship with this individual because the other part of. It is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health Director in Gaza Zeke acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. Ezekiel says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking with health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's vocabulary lately, but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat. Infections like to Burke Yellow and sexually transmitted diseases but it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand, a viable employment opportunity or viewers, and then after you know I'm being possible hope for years from now we've Kinda Lik the Kobe thing there's always going to be needs or contact racers just not quite me. That we need and governor Jay Pritzker just announced to the status pumping more than two hundred, million dollars into contact tracing efforts for local health departments and those community organizations and Peter. Setting the stage for a Supreme Court fight, I'M PAM who sell Fox News multiple sources tell Fox News that president trump plans to nominate judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the seat on the Supreme Court left vacant by Justice Ruth. Bader Ginsburg the president himself would not confirm that Friday afternoon when addressing reporters at Joint Base Andrews following a campaign event in Atlanta but he did say this well, I haven't said it was her but she is. Outstanding. But they're all outstanding their ovarian standing people from a former Notre Dame professor clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia and seventh. Circuit Appeals, court judge was considered a couple of years ago when president trump ended up going with brek Cavanaugh Fox's Jessica Rosenthal Senate Democrats who oppose seating justice before the November election are expected to press the nominee to recuse herself. If the court hears a case that could impact the election's outcome earlier this week, the president. 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What she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people who go out to the restaurants. Now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible. Choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health, but they could get fired if they say, no, because their bosses have them to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining, they couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money, but are we putting servers health at risk? Well, other states have attributed covid nineteen searches to bars doctors like Benjamin Singer at Northwestern University. Say it's unclear how safe restaurants? Are. There's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant. What's the set up of the restaurant? What's the airflow situation like and so all these things create a very muddy picture to the actual risk. A recent Japanese study found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A Chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great for trekking weather restaurant workers are getting covert nineteen more than. Anyone else for governor Jay Pritzker says if cases go up much more indoor dining and bars could be the first to go Lori lightfoot just tighten the city's restrictions on bars. They can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough and actress replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner I'm not gonNA pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am a human and I do know from being on the employee side of it it felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more the priority he says he was forced out of his job high class restaurant over discomfort about working in packs face many service workers who spoke to Wbz said, they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations and the. City only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles. Glenn False from agrees with workers so much so that he let us restaurant close he ran false troms, fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refused to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed, you know I i. I'm that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody. Else's concern. You know I'm not GonNa go home at night put my head on the pillow I I made two, hundred, fifty dollars profit today. But susie went down sick. He says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway Michael Roper at Hopley. Tavern Andersonville, says he can make it through summer but worries about fall. I. Usually look forward to fall I like fall color I liked the coming holiday season but this year I am in dread of November, that's when he has to start paying back his government. P. P P loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors Hopley is making about twenty. PERCENT OF PRE pandemic sales with indoor dining taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says, Roper says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd Mothball Hopley until the pandemic was over. 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I'm Pam who sell Fox News multiple sources tell Fox News that president trump plans to nominee judge amy Coney Barrett to fill the seat on the Supreme Court left vacant by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the president himself would not confirm that Friday afternoon when addressing reporters at Joint Base Andrews following a campaign event in Atlanta but he did say this well, I haven't said it was her but she is outstanding but they're all outstanding. Outstanding people, Barrett a former notre dame. Professor clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia and Seventh Circuit Appeals Court judge was considered a couple of years ago when president trump ended up going with Brett Cavenaugh Fox's Jessica Rosenthal. Senate Democrats, who oppose seating a justice before the November election are expected to press the nominee to recuse herself. If the court hears a case that could impact the election's outcome earlier this week, the president refused to commit to. A peaceful transfer of power pointing to potential mail-in ballot fraud a third night of protests in Kentucky, in response to a grand jury decision, not to charge the police officers who kill Brianna Taylor earlier this year. Fox Mike Tobin is in Louisville. There were a few interactions with police. The demonstrators were told stick to the sidewalks. They didn't stick to the sidewalks. Demonstration was declared unlawful police showed up by in riot gear I'd call light riot. Batons, at the ready right shield, things of that nature tellers family is demanding that authorities release all body, Cam footage, police files, and transcripts of the grand jury proceedings. A developing story out of Lebanon, with the prime minister designate has resigned amid efforts to form a new government. The country is roiled. An economic crisis made worse by last month's catastrophic explosion at a port in Beirut, America's listening to Fox, news. News. 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That's ready Dot Illinois Dot Gov sponsored by the Illinois emergency. Management Agency, everybody it's like Saturday night. I'm just trying to watch some hockey and we just got. Strike on our other channel if you don't know, we do another channel called enter cast. And a few months ago I did an interview with Richard Gage architects and engineers for nine eleven truth. Where we talked about nine eleven truth and basically just physics and it was just taken down and removed from Youtube because of hate speech. So I guess physics is now hate speech. But I think what they really mean is they hate it when we talk about the truth about the cabal and what really happened on nine eleven. So in any case I had already recorded interview which I think is really important to get out there. It's with Leila. WHO's the Shaman in an? ARCA. POCO. And I wanted to get this out before COCO, which is coming up this week. And our channel and cast has strike which means we can't upload anything for the next week. So I'm just GONNA put it here. If you're just psychedelics. If you have any sort of issues addiction I just saw Jordan Peterson. is in major problems. He of course was given a bunch of drugs by his drug dealers called doctors. which are incredibly dangerous and you really can't get off the missile part of the pharmaceutical industrial scam. So, he couldn't get off them, of course. Without trying to kill himself, which is what it actually happens with a lot of these things and so he went back to the drug dealers in socialist Canada, and they almost killed him not surprising and so he actually had the fleet or Russia to get some help but. We actually talk about some of this stuff in this episode. Especially Bogo how it treats addictions. So if you have any sort of addiction problems or anything like that. depression. A lot of these second belts can really help with that. This normally wouldn't be on the digital channel, but as I said, we're getting wiped pretty quickly off of Youtube. If we have the old interview with Richard Gauge of architects and engineers, and we're GONNA put down below might be on library or bit shoot, and that's a big reason why we're on those platforms because we don't think we're going to be on youtube much longer. It looks like my other channels getting shut down right now this will probably soon get shut down, but you can't actually see Richard, gage at. The upcoming Naruko speaking there actually have a livestream which you can watch all the speakers you can go to. Dot Com slash twenty twenty livestream. And a lever there. So interesting interview with one of the most interesting Shaman one of the top Shamans in Mexico. Eligible Mexico. This is anarchist. Everybody welcome to enter cash for anarchy on the Internet. We're going to get psychedelic today I've got on a I. You can call an old friend of mine. We had very interesting experience when I first met him his name's Leila. He's actually been doing. He's the Shaman at an article Boko. He's been doing numerous things including, Iowa Oscar for numerous years I. don't even remember how many years now I'm GonNa ask them about that. Actually five years. Yeah. It's been. It's been crazy and. I actually met Leila for the first time where he's coming in from right now, which is supposed slam in. Mexico just rate near Mexico City and I actually went there to do a Boga which is crazy. It's the craziest thing I've ever done I don't know if I could ever do it again. There was that hard although I do have some experiences at all. I. Might Talk About with it. That the reason I think it was so hard for me. Is because I was really messed up and I was really I was living in my mind almost completely and it was really hard to lose control of it for basically two straight days, which is what it was with a bogus. It's absolutely insane but. For numerous months because I was depressed beforehand I wasn't depressed anymore all of a sudden. It was just like the the switch went off and all of a sudden I noticed how beautiful everything was where I lived, and all of a sudden I. I was just really get and it gave me enough time to start working on myself even more which I've did in have been doing now for years and years now. So in the end like I wouldn't take back during the Boga but man that was hard. and Leila's got so many amazing stories about stuff like what whatever you WANNA call them psychedelics plant medicine. And he actually has a very interesting background. So I WANNA get into that as well. Eli I know a bit about your background being struck by lightning. and. That sort of thing. So you just introduce yourself to the audience who who doesn't know. You know a lot of people who've gone to in her Kabuga do no you but many don't just let let people know who you are. Okay that's kind of a hard thing. My experience with Shamanism as you said started early because of this lightning that struck me when I was. When year old. And I will I was born here in this area in Mexico. Where the Shaman struck by lightning and this is of the House the community. Knows who is going to be Sherman so although I am not born as an indigenous. Worth living next an indigenous community. The indigenous community took me and taught me so. Because I think if I. IF I remember correctly, like your fear family was killed by lightening. All the people who were around were all these roque died. Yeah. Father and I were struck by lightning so both my dad didn't and myself started. Learning shamanism. Doing like. The. Holding. Responsibility for the community here and doing the the initiations and and the ceremony here. So that's how it started here with the community Mexico. And then I began working also where we'd ready radical community the. Community for the ones we're more with a Yoda. And then also I went back to Columbia, which is actually where my family originated from. And there I learned a lot about your Wasserstein the Amazon. And the Vogue I've been going to govern. Where so when we met, we are doing either game more like treatment. And after that, I've been going twice a year on more to learn about he boga and be around the community. That's kind of one of doing around Shamans. Where you've been going to Africa to do that, and that's where I understand a Boga I came from. So that's very interesting and. Your seem to always be on the go. You just came back from Colombia believe and I think he probably just came back for cocoa. You're basically going around doing these things all the time. Yes. So now what I'm doing is taking people to the indigenous communities. So I I make. The call them pilgrimage. So it's I think that Well. You know, I, think we that indigenous communities in mystical communities certain tools that can help. Connect. Directly with some kind of knowledge or fundamental source. So. I'm trying to take people to these communities in I organized groups. So Amazon we go to the desert to gone, and so I'm I'm kind of all around all the time. Are you still there working with Berry? Not Anymore. Concur, years already yet. I wasn't aware of that. That was he was there was basically his thing that I went to for the gainer originally. And he's actually been a few times so I WanNa ask you a number of things but before I get into that, I, just want you to kind of maybe explain to Your average Westerner out there who doesn't know anything about these things and they've heard this is crazy what you're using plant medicines and. Like why? Why should a person sort of like from the West from the US or that kind of a person be interested in these things? What what kind of things can they get a value from this? Well I mean. A lot of things and in many different ways. I'd say in terms of anarchy it's a lot you know they. We live in a kind of monoculture. You know everyone is doing the same thing and we're we're talk to think alike and you know do the same all of that. the. And I think there's like a rational way of awakening when or when it's just too bad that it's just like billy hard to not see it and it's like, okay. But then there's also kind of a we can call it trends personal kind of experience of awakening. or or a kind of experienced where you can connect directly knowledge. This is called North than. So it's like the direct connection is not when someone is telling you you know you should think this you should know it's like you connect directly to strum thing to the mystery knowledge to the truth or to source you know different different ways of calling it. and I think this is really really essential I mean, of course and psychedelics are are one of those really good tools to to do that nowadays in in modern life and because they're very quick, you could do it through meditation. You can do it through fast thing Freyer. Sometimes, it happens through accidents or you break up with a partner sometimes, it can happen through a very strong sexual experience when you kind of you know kind of. The. this this kind of a recall it everything was put in in in our minds and in that kind of. Crumbles, and then you of wake up when you kind of see more, it can happen in many ways but I think that psychedelics are really really good way of doing that and of this kind of a death, an ego death. And then a kind of rebirth and that's very important where we're. Deconstruction. Is Very important also to deconstruct you know the idea that we've been taught to think imposed and this is something that's psychedelics can do very well deconstruct also emotional impersonal things are. Diction. To think ways of thinking in. The things that are important to deconstruct, and then after deconstruction, it's a lot about just inside than. Connecting with this source or knowledge. For me personally. Book it was one of my first sort of major ones I. I started with Iowa and I did it a couple times and actually got some really amazing. Insights from it, but it wasn't what I was expecting because I've heard a lot of people saying ou when I do. Go to these other worlds dragons enough this kind of stuff but I was like I was just in this dark black room for what seemed like years. Until finally I got one small message which wasn't even that small was massive for me and my message was let others help you I was so headstrong and I guess proud or I thought I had to be the strong man and I would never let anyone help me and Wasco which the called the grandmother, and after having done a number of these things, I can see why it's called that because I've also done. What's the other one that they call it like the grandfather I've done that a couple times as a you. Know Not Peyote but it's very similar. So it's like San. Pedro. Yeah. Yeah Yeah and I totally feel the difference. Actually really liked the grandfather one a lot more because he's a lot nicer. The grandmas pretty strict and but for me personally what I, what I, what it was I think looking back on this whole journey for me started about five years ago is I was just so in my mind and so in this world and could not see out of it and couldn't get out of it, and that's why I was drinking a lot I think is because I had to find an escape because I was just too. I was trapped in my own mind constantly. And became worse and worse than depressed and unhappy, and all that kind of stuff because I couldn't get out of it and what I what I found for me personally was the psychedelics force you to get out of it and it's like the shock therapy sort of the thing that once you take it whether it's a drink of Skar or some you know in a pill form the the San Pedro whatever it is. From that point on for the next few hours, you have no control over where you're GonNa go and you have to. Sort of like. A humble yourself or kind of like allow this thing to. Guide you in that moment or take you on this sort of thing. So after doing Iowa Ska and a Boga able gain. I've DM. Did with you. It was Kinda surprised. That you showed up by house I forgot I said I wanted to do it. We did it. That was great. I have to say and I want to get into a little bit about all these things I. Think they're all so interesting but the DMZ, for me was so nice because it's so short. It's like fifteen minutes and. For me the only just just do it was a five minute. Actually, very different from the ALKA. Sorry like I'm not an expert the steps please correct me whenever I say anything wrong. But. that. Was So nice because it was like twenty minutes because Iowa is like five hours. But for me, it seemed like days and a Bogo was like two days and it seemed like two hundred to me like I was begging stuff at the end and. but I needed it. So it was sort of like Oh. Thing I needed but. All these things are kind of different suffer what I would say the people out there who are listening if you are. Sort of like a Westerner who can't really get out of your own mind and you don't even know that you can't get out of your mind because you don't know what it's like to be out of your own mind. And that's kind of call like the EGO death a little bit like he kind of you lose your your your sense of this self. Of You who you are like my name is Jeff I'm a white guy from Canada all that's gone. I'm just sorta like soul there and I have to just get used to that. So I've seen so many people and I always think like the people who need to do these things. The most are the people who will never do it because when I talked to some of them and they're just like all like. You know I so I you know I'm so stressed and all this stuff. I'm like man, you really need to do some like psychedelics or something like no no, I'm too. You know it's like man the you're the one who needs it the most. So, like from what I just said there, what would you say sa- say to people that have never tried it. Well what you said, just reminded me of a race. Leery. which he said and his the producers psychosis in those who have never taking. Those. Who have never taken it are always afraid of the. Of More psychotic. Than Those who are taking second So. And he actually had another phrase called think for yourself question authority, and this is something that came from the sixties from from the re the discovery of his the. When there was a lot of this This Thing Vietnam, and you know all of that that that started going on. I think I should clarify there because you know I started mentioning Synthetic psychedelics. That there's a really big difference between taking psychedelics in recreational form and taking them in a therapeutic form. and Yeah because somehow. I don't know just. And and the the mindset are really really important when you do. This. This practice and So also there you know this is something that also has to be handled. In a careful way and responsible way and You need need a really good mindset in ideally someone who? Can Guide you through support you did you to the bathroom if you need give you a hand when you needed You know this kind of this kind of support. So I I just I I started talking about something else but. It's just interested in general but all this stuff. Yeah. I mean I wouldn't say that. Everyone has to try psychedelics Lucas Lake Meditation. But I think that it's it's extremely useful lake meditation for example, and Yeah I. Agree with what you say that you know how how? A lot of people should should try this and I. Guess I should mention also that psychedelics you know of of the different drugs, psychedelics is kind of drugs we could call them or plants that don't produce addiction rather they're usually good against addiction. So even I don't know if you knew even for example, the was one was used a lot for treating alcoholism when it was legal and. One of the guys who who open alcoholic anonymous actually at a session with Lizzie, which which was really important for him and his was supposed to be one of the. Twelve steps thirteen dip or something. There's some letters with June about this and. At the end they didn't do it but you know things like. Are being used a lot for treating addictions and also other kinds of. Treatments There's there's different centers for this. Of course, he boga and There's some studies actually of mushrooms used also to treat tobacco addiction. And that's that's in New York University. And yeah. So usually addictive. Substances kind of lower your serotonin while psychedelics. But at higher and Different things that they're not addictive. They didn't do not cause withdrawal actually usually when you take them, it's like you you don't want to. Or maybe not again. So yeah. Yeah. That's where I met actually haven't done anything to PSYCHEDELIC and a while. because I did I got a few times and I did a Bogo which was insane. Then I did that five. Emilio D. M. T. I did some mushrooms I did San San Pedro something like that one of those. And then after that, I was kind of like, wow I'm like a million times better than I was before and most of the experiences were not that easy for me. So I'm like, okay I'm good for awhile I'm just GONNA leave it, I don't. Hear the calling that much although I did want to let you know that if you are bringing five emmy owed emt this year, we'll get into what you're doing this year that I might try that one but I don't WanNa. Do I watched great things just too too big of a thing right now and I'm I'm pretty happy with where I'm at I, don't WanNa like almost screw it up kind of thing but but it also is very, very hard for me to do those things that. So that goes to your point. Yeah. It's not like you. Do I get all of a sudden you're doing it every day you can't. Like it's too intense, it's and it's nothing is not something that's. WHAT ARE NOT I? Think some people might do it. kind of like they call themselves Saco nuts they kind of do it for the thrill of. Going into their mind and all that kind of stuff and they do get a thrill out of it that sort of thing but. For me, it was just like ten years. Of. Therapy in about five hours and it was very very tiring and and and the lot of as it was hard to do. But once it was done, I felt a lot better so. I said to people in the past if you're thinking about doing these things and and you feel like you want to then. Give it a try because it's kind of like a calling when I I was I was really Kinda like at the bottom of the barrel sort of thing very almost suicidal depressed drinking lots didn't wanna live anymore and. I just. All of a sudden, actually I remember a all of a sudden I saw Iowa popping up all over the place. It's like you know the universe whatever you WANNA call. It would just putting in front of me all the time and I didn't even know what the word was at the time. This is like five years ago wasn't as well known then and after seeing. It a few times like what is this? I looked it up but as I oh, and Oh, it's it helps with depression helps with this sort of stuff and eventually I just went and did it. So I kind of like it kind of called me and that's really when I think a lot of people should consider these things when they kind of feel that calling. Yeah well. Yeah. Definitely. Sometimes, it's very hard experience usually when it Harder experience you also derive. More. Out of it but. It can also be a light experience in software experience. So you can. You could take lake, for example, a small cup of a West. and. This is something that that usually, for example, when we serve, we give a little bit and then you can take a little bit more a little bit more. So you can kind of feel how intense you how far are you want to grow? into the the thinking. Confrontation Yeah. Yeah. Very. Interesting. So I wanna ask you what's because? I know you're doing a number of different things this year at an archipelago which is coming up in just a couple of days. So we're on our way they're pretty much in the next few days but I also want to ask you because you've been doing this for five years and I've heard over the years so many people have come up to me and they've said, did Iowa three years ago to Arca and improve my life my life dramatically I'm a different person since then so I'm sure you've heard some of these experiences from some people. Why don't you give us a few of your experiences? My experience, my personal experience. What you've heard from other people as well but you can give us your experiences as. A. Crazy. Yeah. I remember the first time I participated. We've made a the the ceremony at in our CUCO. It was after the conference and we actually. made it in the same room, the hall where the Comfort. And everyone was really happy about any had a very nice view of the ocean. that was in the grand, hotel. Yeah, and everyone was They told me a lot that because it happened in the same hall where they had been there for you know all these days listening in thinking like it was really integrated like really you know integrate everything that happened and reflect and and and There was like a lot of also I feel like a nice group cohesion cohesion like that. You know. And and making those those really night. Remember that. And Yeah Yeah. I've also heard really good commentary. actually you mentioned if I was doing five Emil emt and and yeah, actually the Jaguar the that we're doing the our ceremony are five talk season. So like the this is like the received the alkaloid, but it's actually A. A tree. It's the apple tree from the Amazon we cook it and there's a certain process. And that becomes know and and that the the main alkaloid. CNC which is actually also what you had that time. How Was your experience that that. Was Great. Actually, it was kind of funny because I was so stressed and busy with an Caputo Cho and I'd forgot that we talked and you said you were gonNA come by my place and give me some DMP. I forgot all about it. I'm just sitting there I'm trying to like de-stress from America Polka and suddenly you're there and you're like, don't you remember I I was like Oh man I forgot and I think he blew it up my nose or something right was that the one? Yeah. Yeah. So I was like, okay. Well, let's do it and so I did it and yeah, it was it was like really it was actually my best psychedelic experience because it wasn't there was no. It wasn't torture us at all. It was I saw all kinds of symbols like millions of symbols, every symbol like the Islamic. Religion, the decries the like it was all over the place and I kinda saw every religion and history and all kinds of animals and I remember it was very fast and it was like not tortuous at all. And I was kind of like just really enjoying like I was like in this big cutter like library of everything that's ever happened in the history of the universe sort of thing, and every symbol the symbols were really what I noticed is I could see every symbol I was like well, symbols are everywhere and starting to think about that and I remember to this day that. Near the end I started going like this and it's like. And and I started to come out of it and you're just sitting there watching me and you said, what was that? Why did you do that and I said to you. Because I realized I had all this baggage and all this sort of like old like, what would you call it like? Dogma in Lakes things you were taught. And they're just clinging to me and I wanted to get him off I, want to be free of it all and that's what I was doing in that moment. So it was nothing too super lake changed my life sort of thing but it was kind of like this kind of like quick little reminder of who you are where you are what's going on and and just like don't let this stuff you know cling to you too much. That's what I got from my experience. Yeah. I know we've talked to numerous times. You got crazy stories about you. That when I was doing the a bogus man, I was inbetween day one and day two and we're about to today to and I. I remember I was telling you guys I'm like I can't do it. I can't do it and I think you and there was a girl her name and you guys said, you just have to you're like halfway through down and trust us to the second time going to be hard and I was just like I was drained does like I can't do it I think I'm going to die and but I decided to do it android before I was about to do it. You've got all happy. and. I was like. What's he so happy about and they he's he's about to go to sundance and I was like, oh, like a dance or something, and then like you don't know what Sundance is like no what is it and they're like he's not he's going to go into the forest or something for like a week not eat not even drink water and then he's going to hang himself through. Through hooks through his chest from a tree all day and you you look like you're it was like, Christmas time you're like so happy like I. can't wait and when I heard what you were going to do I'm like this guy is one interesting cat. I actually haven't done that in a while. I did five times though that's from the LAKOTA tradition. And yeah it's. It's. It's kind of it's pretty psychedelic also because because you're not drinking water and. And you're just doing ecstatic dancing all day all day for for four days. It's about one week, but it's actually four days of ecstasy. And actually I was eating for your so during the death. And yeah. It's. It's pretty good. Actually, have the. Put Hooks through your chest and hanged from a tree. Right. Wow I always said like you know that's going to be if I ever do it'll be one of the last things I kinda do it's like I'm like last on my list of things I want to try. That that's it's hard on your body. and. Then also going to born and doing me Boga they're also very hard. Because I've been going to a pygmy village. So it's very very deep in the forest it's actually you have to arrive to living, which is the capital, which is already very far because you have to go through with you via you know. But then from liberal to go two days. On car like just through the jungle. To to to go and then there you right to the village. And, that's also very tough because you are. You're in the ground there's not saying they almost don't give you anything to eat and you're just eating a lot of lot of will I was actually the they they say I'm I'm I'm like white. This is how they say so I would like the first foreigner or white to tweet the Boga there in that area and actually the kids had never seen someone that meat. So they were scared something they would cry because I guess for them. It's like if I was just like blue or. Like just like what's happening? And and because I was the first foreigner or whites due to eat people. Everyone came from really far away. Like, really far, and there was hundreds of people looking at me in my initiation and they gave me tons and tons and tons of yoga just because they wanted to see what happens in. How I would react. If I was different because I was. Oh so that was that was a really really strong experience for us well, and also the first time. I did I gain also that was very, very strong because. I had took one tenth of the dose I mean, I could those. which was already really strong for me. I I could I couldn't. Walk Anymore like talk, but I couldn't walk and couldn't get up or anything. So they they carried me to to the bed and then they gave me ten times that amount and that was absolutely. That was I couldn't talk after that and I was just you know three days of. That was very, very strong, but very powerful, very help whereas. My book experience was crazy like yours sounds like even crazier which I can't even imagine but I was reading an entire book. In the experience and I was actually typing it. So my every when I'd Kinda, come to little bit my fingers like this because I was reading an entire book and I would actually go on the Internet in my experience. And I'd be like, Oh, I need to look up this girl because I need to include a reference to her in the book and read on Wikipedia. This is all happening my brain. All better. Okay. That's the information I played the fire has seemed like this went on for days. And finally I finished the book and I'm like Yes and I'm like Oh crap where do I save it? And I was trying to actually I was trying to upload it to my email in my own head. Rate as it was starting to wear off I'm like I can't lose this book. It's the best book ever and and and then like a thousand other things going on like the DOTTO Bogo was that. was that was wild but ho that was hard. Because you can't get out of it and you're just in it for days. And you've got so many crazy stories. I remember you once told me like you and your friends would drink I Oscar for like a week and lock yourself in a pitch black room. So like that. Yeah I used to have a a dark dark dark room for retreat. Does just completely dark and. To have a special ventilation. So so there's air because this completely sealed and has a double door so you can bring food inside. And yeah. I was I was giving some treatments there. Because just darkness brings up the the empty from inside. So so so that's something interesting. Actually the empty which West has an EMT. And the Jaguars has five mental CD those two kinds of the MT are produced by the. By by our bodies naturally. I don't know how do you how do you heard this? He I have here. Okay. So usually when you're you're born and when you're dying is when there's like very big amounts of this being produced and and So when you going to darkness because of the pineal gland in darkness starts to be activated and it starts to produce I the monotony in lean than star sprinting the MTA. So you can kind of have like Ouaga stuff stay a west experience just being darkness ten the and then ten days. After the fifth day you start kind of experiencing the. Also idol game and five minutes off CPNT also in the dark room to. But yeah, I mean it's it's like something we talk like, wow, it's crazy but also we should mention that I mean, it's very deep and and again really have profound insight about your life. And and maybe at least maybe it's once in a lifetime thing. But but I think those are really really important to kind of. Check back on because sometimes we're leaving. We're just like what you were saying just going and going and going, and you know it's really good to stop in look backwards and and none of this. So yes. Yeah absolutely. So what are you gonNA be offering this here to NARC Opoku Zaia Wasco right and then what else? Yeah. So we have three 'cause they're more need, we have one Yadi ceremony. So the whistle Shamans are coming and they're going to be. Offering something already and and three Jaguar ceremonies. The one you were anti. So we didn't talk too much about the peyote actually one I've never done so. Don't you talk a little bit of that. Will. Be. The first one that I started learning from I started eating it when I was ten sold with my dad and My teachers and it's it's like you said, it's very similar to compare through both have mescaline. it's it's not as intense like Like right now, like boom, but it takes longer so. I A west coast four to six hours the Jaguar into win our. And can ten hours. So it's it software, but it's longer. And Yeah You know it's kind of hard to describe them. I would say maybe like I was more like works more maybe serotonin and more like dreams. You're you're kind of in a dream and like this and beauties more like A. More empathic and. Like more body sensations. and Yeah more like in the now with the body and kind of you know you control your Heart Dole. And you can feel that like this kind of thing. So that's kind of more more of the beauty experience. Sounds quite similar to the San Pedro that I did. It was about that length and it wasn't that intense I was actually doing it on the beach with someone. And we started like in the early evening and three or four hours in all of a sudden it seemed like time stopped. And other sudden it felt like I was we're we're not CA. So we had the beautiful views, every direction and all the sudden it just like everything stopped and it's felt like we're on a movie set and we're the only two people in the movie. But it felt really calm like that's why I was saying about. Fatherly sorta like everything's okay. Peaceful like everything's fine that kind of thing whereas the Iowa to me was a lot more. You know like you know wake up sort of south like. Wake Up. Stupid. Aren't GonNa wake you up sort of thing this one seemed a lot. Let's SORTA LIKE More fatherly sort of. Yeah it very, very much. Last year. I think there was a someone who went to the ceremonies and I remember that he said that the one he liked the most. But you know it varies so much for other people. It wasn't so so he was such an important experience. So Yeah I guess Sometimes, you need a kind of medicine in sometimes you need another kind of kind of medicine. And everyone's different. Everyone has different experiences so. That's one of the kind of weird things about it must be for you doing this with a lot of people. It's like everyone's going to have a different experience. Some people might be like kind of upset. It's like why heard this person had this experience and I didn't have that it's like well, your typical person. and. A lot of the Times. The first time you're doing this, it's hard to understand how works. Sometimes the more you do it, you can understand and you can get more out of it. Sometimes. It's the opposite sometimes it like the first time it's while and then it's not as strong. I guess similar to. Somehow. Sometimes. Maybe the first experience is very good and then. Something like the first experience is not very good. Then you can understand, right Yeah So for my experience maybe you can tell me what you think. But for someone who's never done any of this stuff but you're interested I would suggest you just tried the five mio I because it's short and not very torturous. And maybe the second one if you want like the San page the peyote. And then if you really want to go for the intense experience I, think that'd be the Oscar APP. Will. For. What I feel is that actually the Jaguar is is the most intense watch. Which yes but I some it varies a lot. So like in your case, you had like a really gentle experience It wasn't like Cathartic, but many times. That's that's the one that's actually most taking more more like strong. So it's like you know like doing your Waka but. In. All together, just in one hour. So but the party like this short, very deep though it's very dear. So well the. Also. I mean maybe when you when you had your experience, it was very thick glass. And what I've been doing in an ARC APU is giving small glasses out Incheon. So also because you know we're in a in a setting of conference and all of that. So I I would say the Odeon there was. Also with beauty, we will be drinking small amounts like this. So if you want to be go slower, I would say, maybe those two because the Jaguar it's all at once and and. Cool. So yes, very out there becoming an archipelago. Definitely. If you're interested in this stuff, check it out and. You know it's really hard to do this sort of thing. Normally, if you live in the US you basically almost can't. I know some people do it in some places, but it's pretty illegal and most people don't do it, and then even if you do it, it's not really with good shamans and things like that and you pointed out that's really important. And year year, like one of the most famous Shamans and Mexico and you've got a numerous of the. Way Call Them. He took old people. Which? Young. People. So these are like people have been doing it their whole lives, that sort of thing, and so it's not for the if you're gonna go to the Amazon and do Iowa you're gonNA spend a lot of money. But that's one of the places you should do it is you know go to a place that's like a thick and Scott the good shamans and all that kind of stuff but it's GonNa cost a lot of money. But if you're the America Poco, you could just do it for a few hundred dollars and. Haven't experienced that way so. Where are you gonna be doing all these things? This year. Well. Actually I'll known Saturday so. which is when I read Google, will check the site, but it's going to be it's going to be somewhere in the hotel. Also. Make. Compete. In Yeah and also. I mean It's nice to do. It also in in the context of the conference because know doing it before can can help you plan law. And and kind of get ready you know an end open because these these are. Really good tools to to open into. To into inside and all of this and also or doing an after know just into grade and just reflect on everything else. So I think that that's pretty interesting. Especially the kind of the community sent. Of. You, know. Doing, this would this community, which is also especially. Yeah, that's what I hear a lot. I've never actually done it with the community. Pretty busy and stressed that I don't usually have the time or ability to do it with everyone else but I may drop in on a DM. T one if I get the opportunity So just for people who don't know who's GonNa Polka Dot Com and you can go to the tickets page and under tickets you scroll down to ceremonies and. We have. Let me just grow hair. So we have the tiger ceremony. So that's the. Walker. And Jaguar? And then the blue dear is I. Guess is the Peyote. So peyote is just one day. One. Day. Cool So they're all two hundred, fifty bucks. So that's pretty good like I. said try flying to the Amazon and see how much that costs you do all this kind of stuff and kind of cool to deal with a lot of fellow voluntary's anarchists and you actually told me I think someone was telling me it was you a couple years ago you brought up some. Shamans from the Amazon and and I think it was US someone who was saying that they kind of wanted to come to an Arca Opoku to do it because they saw that the people at the event like poker kind of like the important people to change in this world in the way that it needs to be changed This was that that. Yeah Yeah and I. Don't remember if it was me but yet definitely and. I think. We should involve a little bit more or or kind of get involved. So with indigenous communities because they are really anarchist, you know since forever. And I'm also really interesting really interested right now in in For example, in Columbia, there's a special kind of law which is indigenous law, and through this, you can do a lot of things because they have pretty much like their own they can. They can change a lot in their territory, and this is also something really interesting is that I'm I'm kind of. Looking at. And and they they have they have You know the the anarchist. Communities that have a long tradition and knowledge like. For many generations. So they they kind of understand a little bit how you know how how, how small communities works and they have different kind of political view and and different kind of just just like they have I think a lot of knowledge the that we could use in terms of that. Actually last year for for the Shaman that I brought. For. Two of them they didn't even have birth certificate. So. It was kind of weird. We had to go and get birth certificate and they were like she was she was at least fifty five years old and he was like seventy years old and they had never had a birth certificate or we had to get a passport be able to travel. Though. Yeah. Yeah, that's great. Hopefully, we can get more involved in in those sorts of community communities in the future, and maybe we can talk about that when you're in a book this year. If there's anything that we haven't mentioned that you want to mention. Please do. And also for anyone out there who's going to? Go but not sure if they want to do it. But maybe they wanna like go and talk to you or maybe go see what it's like that sort of thing how how can they connect with you? So, we can talk of course and we'll have like a stand also where. Some of the indigenous are going to be selling their there. But They can't go and see because it's a very private and you know just for the people who are participating because it's I would say you know you might want to cry things when you're taking the medicine so and We will have some musicians. They're also playing music and we'll have integration like if someone needs to rain after will. Have you know we also have think therapist transformational therapist not like that psychotherapy, but it's like they can hold space for for people who might need this after ceremony. And so so kind of around that yet we can definitely talk and and Yeah. If you're not sure if you want to go or something that Yeah, you can just. Email me or we can find each other in the conference. Room. Where cool. Yeah. I didn't realize a lot of these are almost before the conference. So the Iowa's February tenth twelfth and then one after during on the sixteenth. and. The Jaguar, which is the DM T. is February thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth and then the. And actually, we didn't mention this up post event retreat. We. Also doing yet. Forgot mentioned that one. And that's basically It's using love a transformational tools like a little bit breath work ecstatic Dan thing Fintech movement different things they did. With kind of the PSYCHEDELIC tools. So it's it's a it's a very interesting Creation there that I think that that would be the one I would recommend the most the most for people who have never taken psychedelics before. And or also for people who kind of want to learn how to how to travel better with these tools? That's for three full days and. Will be really focusing bitter one on one and you know more more more attention. To. Call. So that's after the event I'm trying to see if that's even listed on retreats maybe. We have. Too many things I want to really simplify everything. There's too much stuff. But Anyway yes, that sounds good. So maybe you might see me at the post retreat because after that I can finally relax a little bit after an archipelago. So. Yeah Yeah so what they've written a. Book Dot Com website. Anything you want to let people know about yourself Do you have a website or blog or like? Yeah we on profit, it's called on foundation so you can find on condition dot. Org. And that's world. So we're doing the pilgrimage we're going to indigenous communities. So people who have already been in at an Cuco, maybe do a therapy, and then you want to go kind of deeper and and and share with these communities or go to Africa or go to to the Amazon, and we're also just being all kinds of projects there with. Take a delic research we're doing, for example, a project of worker for Peace and conflict resolution giving your West Gut two different the war party. That the really really project and we have different projects that. The nonprofit yeah. Well. That sounds cool. Is linked to that all down below if you know anyone is kind of like. Depressed or has addiction problems or just not all that happy in life for stuff like that. Definitely show this video with them because a lot of these tools that we talked about here can help a lot of people. And if you're going to be a book, go definitely check out all the stuff and I'll see you in just a couple of days Leila looking forward to. You we'll just grassy as Amigo Nos Vamos, and that's it for anarchists your home for anarchy on the Internet piece. Love. The decision's been made I'm ham who sow Fox News the battle over the Supreme Court seat left vacant by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is about to begin at five pm today. The president will introduce to the nation his choice for the high. Court. White. House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows confirming to Fox News that the president's pick will be a conservative female jurist when we've been fully vetting a number of candidates Amy Coney Barrett. 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President Trump said last weekend that he gave talks deal his blessing and conceptually approved the agreement which would see tiktok partner with Oracle and Walmart. But now there's an odd mix if there ever was what I thought Microsoft and Walmart was going to be an odd mix but nope. Oracle now and Walmart to become a US company spun off from owner Bite Dance. It resolves a months long confrontation between a hit APP popularized by lip synching teens and White House officials who viewed the service as a national security risk but. China's bite dance said that it would retain control of video sharing application tiktok under this proposed deal for Oracle and Walmart to operate an American subsidiary. Really. So that doesn't that Kinda defeat the whole purpose of winning. So getting it away from China but China says, no, no, no no we're going to keep keep control. Just delete TIKTOK. There's so many other options for you to have some fun with goofy stuff it's delete all social media. Well then that would be antisocial media, which is what it is. You've been practicing all your life for this. I have social distancing it what Chris just aspires to do. So. It's official Uranus is leaking gas I bet. I can't believe you said that on the radio. Talking about the planet Oh I. Hope You are. Oh my gosh. Scientists have discovered something strange lurking in a thirty four year old batch of data from the voyager two mission a plasma Lloyd Plasma Lloyd's globs of ionized gases that are pulled from a celestial bodies atmosphere. Please don't tell me like him. Roy. Only plas-. Royd. Plasma. Moi. Okay. These bursts of atmospheric material flung away from the planet by its magnetic field while common and observed on other planets including Earth. This is the first time a plasma it has been recorded at Uranus and I'm just trying to see how many times I can say Uranus in one story. Yeah. But Hey, at least has people talking about Uranus. I think some people say it's Uranus. And that way you don't pronounce it quite the way you're, but I've always known it since I was a kid learning the planets that it was uranus because every kid starts to giggle yeah. Yeah you know I got a telescope at home so I can go look at. Uranus. You do let me know how that worked out for you by all means. Let's go to David in Oxford Mississippi he listens on Super Talk. Mississippi and we love you dave calling in via the into tomorrow APP of course everyone has it hey, Dave love your show. Thank hope you're feeling better. My mother is in her early nineties, instill drives and my siblings, and I are naturally concerned when she on the road, we're looking for a practical solution to monitor her travels for safety purposes. A cell phone is not on the list of possibilities. Do you have any suggestions? Well first of all David God love your mom being that old and I hope to live that long course would all these other goings on who knows and I think what you're looking for is very cool. Very important to want to help keep keep an eye on your love you and your siblings for wanting to keep him. Exactly have that freedom. You're certainly doing the right thing and if a phone is out of the question, your best bet is probably an OCD too trekker now they're great in the sense that they require. No installation they're just plug and play. They're not expensive, but they do require a monthly plan. T, mobile in Eighteen T. are currently giving the device away. If you sign a ten dollar a month contract, but you can also buy devices and get your own plan without a contract. If you prefer. Now the reason this may work well for your mother is that it will give you her cars location. You can set boundaries to get geofencing alerts. You can typically set speed limits and other triggers for safety alerts yet. Now, if you think, you can talk her into accepting a smartwatch and wearing and keeping it charge. There are smart watches with their own phone plans that can basically do the same thing and we'll also pinpoint. She's out of the car, the advantage of course, if a smart watches that could alert you of other things like falls if unfor- unfortunately batch happen and it would give her a phone line in case of an emergency in a more compact package without having to carry a phone. The disadvantage of course of the smartwatch is that it does need to be charged regularly at least every two days if not every night and possibly more importantly worn by her obviously now I have one of those ob to trackers. Of course, it's not from one of those cell phone carriers I have it through Viper from directed the Viper. Connect. This can like the like the others you can set geofencing. You can set it has lockdown alert so that it'll alert you even anytime she moves the car and so you and your siblings can download the APP and get alerts. You know nowhere mom is you can set up fencing off, she drives outside a certain area. The Viper connect to device sells for about one hundred and fifty dollars in the service plan for the GPS. Tracking is one hundred and twenty dollars a year. So that's pretty much compared to the ten dollars a month plan that we're talking about at and T. and T. mobile have. So and this you can get just about any twelve volt dealer since it's do it yourself and go. There's no installation to pay for. So look for the Viper connect at any twelve volt dealer, which is great because you're their typically small businesses support a small business in your area too, and if you and your siblings can come up with one hundred and fifty bucks you're covered in fact, my my one year plan just renewed. So I've been using it for a year and I love IT I. Helped me when we travel just keep track and make sure that my car is still where it should be. You have that peace of mind. So well, Dave thank you for the call I. Hope that helps. Let us know which you end up doing and boy didn't his call sound good. Sounded like he was right here in the studio gotTa Love It. Into tomorrow hot summer gentle and fall. Yep. Now into the fall because some silly excuse. Not being available for a month we thought we'd extended a month into the fall so that you have a chance to win some fabulous prizes, no promises, no guarantees. But when you call into the program for any reason, a tech question of help for another listener share your favorite. Whatever Mentioned two or three at this point three or four of the items that we have left, and we'll try our best to get one of those to you. For example, from Wednesday, sent several different kinds and color temperatures of demel light bulbs that you can control with the Whiz after your voice. Very cool stuff. 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We've talked about it for a long long time, and while it's been helpful in areas like education and training, it is, of course, most widely used still for entertainment and amusement one company called spree interactive creates multi-player VR experiences their intended customers are amusement park, shopping malls in arcades, but some of the things that they're doing including virtual trip to Mars, are so cool that we felt we had to. Spend a few minutes telling you about it actually will let their CEO Brian Novak tell us because he was one of the speakers at this year's IFA's special edition talking about virtual travel. We just came straight from Mars and you can travel there within fifteen minutes boss back and forth, and that's exactly what we're talking about today virtual traveling use case, and obviously some people might think of I'm just in front of my laptop and you know I'm. Browsing a little bit and that could be one definition Fisher traveling. Then there's obviously the walk throughs in museums where you can jump from one discrete point to the others. That is also a nice think if you can't visit the real museum, for example, Dodge Museum has one of that. Then there's this virtual reality headset you can have at home however, you sit in a chair and you have a virtual reality ride for example, in this day, this is a little bit tricky because you have motion sickness because you're audiovisuals tells you Oh, I'm actually on a rollercoaster ride, but you stomach tells you know I'm actually sitting on a chair. so that's not for everybody and then we have opted realty guides where essentially you replace the physical place and you're just holding your your device, your phone or your IPAD and get augmented information on top of that. So that's not too bad. And then a thing which comes very close to true virtual traveling is Google Earth where you literally can zoom into the Earth in Manhattan and then combined with Google Street view and the answer is really there's no clear definition what virtual traveling is, and of course, one problem traditionally with VR is the lack of interaction with other people. Well, they're spree arena will allow several people to play VR Games while moving around. The space and actually interacting with other players from taking that trip to Mars that he alluded to and even actually driving bumper cars well, wearing virtual reality goggles. What we tried with spree in Texas is to create the spree arena where you really move around in the virtual space and you have this interaction, and now with mission to Mars, we put a graphical realism on top of that. So it really looks and. Feels real and and develop bumper car is actually even more interactive because speed comes on top of that. So wherever you have to speed and wind, it's real went then obviously you think you're really in this other world and it's really cool. You've got to come and see the video the Chris put together of some of the highlights of the trip to Mars and the bumper cars when he first showed me this. Video from EPA I thought now that's cool. That's something I would like to do and I'm not a VR person to begin with or a Gamer at all but this was cool. So when you visit into tomorrow DOT COM, check out that video for sure. But actually sitting in the bumper car with VR goggles on, you wouldn't think you want to get behind the wheel to anything and then block your eyes but. You're sitting in the bumper car but with VR goggles, it's like you're in a hold of the world but you're not just sitting in the bumper car. You're actually moving right moving with other players. So when you know and the Viagra able to sense the other car is and where they're at and when you bump into somebody else you bumping into their other vehicle, you're in the world you're in yeah because it's not another bumper car it's. Like a tanker, you know battled divisive some sort and very cool because then you see the driver's perspective and you get how this works in these arenas I mean it's no wonder you don't have it in your home because you need a lot of space and then all this equipment but at amusement parks and malls, and so forth. This is catching on more and more these guides, things and the virtual trip to Mars to was very cool. Walking around in this space. Very Neat Brian says, there are many times when virtual travel make sense whenever you want to travel in time beck backwards and to the future. Wherever you. You can't exa place which. which you want to travel. During Corona Thanh obviously that's very relevant or wherever you want to do something impossible. So we have one of our day is where you are a miniature. And this is obviously not possible in reality and for Education Innovation Entertainment that's very relevant applications of traveling and with mission to Mars, we try to take all the boxes when it comes travel in time. So to the future when and twenty years, the first person will be on Mars travel obviously in space far away and. Do the impossible at least for now, start your mission space looking down on earth. With spree interactive learn new things on the Galileo space station. And Fly to Mars for an important mission. But will you manage to succeed in all missions? There might be some difficult. Start Your mission to Mars it's free interactive and Galileo very cool stuff and well, that sounds cool. You've gotta come by the site and see video that goes along with the yeah. So you can see this whole mission to Mars that's true and you can see how you would be one of the characters and how they interact with the other characters walking around space with Vr headset on because this, this particular one can be up to ten players and each player has a role so you. Have a commander. You have a an engineer and everybody has a job to to accomplish on this Martin. Space Station again, very cool into tomorrow dot com for the discussion on mission to Mars from our one by the way for the weekend of Friday September twenty fifth again at into tomorrow DOT com another issue with VR has always been movement or lack thereof you're always stuck in one spot and not really able to walk around but they're free roam vr changes that via which is. One of the world's Best Rita wetted walking. Games basically a three by five meters physical space but the users think have indefinite space because they walk and walk however the game. Turns into circles. So essentially, you walk in circles and just think you have a huge space. So that's we think is also part of the future of mobility where you just utilize space you have more efficiently and creatively and imagine that just walking around in space in circles but you think you're going forward and moving around Mars or wherever, and this is much better than something. We saw it. I think is an three or a game developer conference years ago where you get these VR goggles on and they put you inside this this big plastic thing that's. Got Like a little half circle underneath you and you got to put special shoes on that are slippery. So you can kind of walk and yeah, this is actually that was cool for its time years ago says, you know you could be you think you're walking in a straight line, but the game is sort of forcing you to walk in circles. 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So a congratulatory note again from Doug Stephan today grave line for twenty five years if into tomorrow. Well, thank you Doug I. Appreciate that you notice how we laughed after he said, I taught him a lot about his iphone because he knows I. Don't drink the Kool aid I'm not an eye phony but I still talk a lot about his iphone except for to come to android. Yeah by the way, I'm Dave grave line I'm Chris Craven. In this portion of into tomorrow is brought to you in part by Hughes Net, high-speed Satellite Internet available where you live or work text the word radio to thirty five thousand for more info again, text the word radio two, three, five, zero, zero, zero. got. The yesterday with this week in history history history. Chris Chris is history. No No. No. I thought that was part of the river. Now, this week in nineteen fifty, one CBS made the first color televisions available for sale to the general public. But the product was discontinued less than a month later. 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Needless to say this time around judge any Coney Barrett faces a much tougher confirmation process but the Republicans do appear to have the votes president trump says he's going to make it official this afternoon at five pm say the biggest thing you can do is the appointment of judges but especially the appointment of Supreme Court justices that's the single biggest. President. President trump I nominated the forty eight year old Louisiana native to the seventh circuit. Court. Welcome into tomorrow with Dave grave line the Interactive Radio Network Program with latest in high tech products and services and the experts who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's Dave, grave line. As into tomorrow continues with our extensive coverage of this year's IFA's special edition. Thank you for tuning into tomorrow this the weekend of Friday September Twenty Fifth Two Thousand and twenty hours twenty fifth year on the air as the announcer dude said I am Dave grave line I'm Chris, grave line and with US scattered about helping put the show together every week when it's not a best of because I'm in the hospital but I'm not now UC. So we're back to regular shows taking your calls even extending the summer giveaway because summers over, but we've extended it into the. Fall. So you still have a chance to be heard on the air and qualify for some of those cool prizes. Check out the entire post for the summer. Now, the fall giveaway at into tomorrow dot. COM, and while you're there, check out all the cool videos from EPA in Berlin. But as I mentioned, we're scattered about like Beth in Naples and Kim and Coconut Creek and Danny and pembroke. Pines Rossmo in Sobe. That's what is locals call it sobe itself each yeah and Horatio in New York City. Glad to have all of them, helping all of you as we bring you further into tomorrow a little bit of Tech, news and commentary, and then we jumped back to more of your calls what you got forced the Eunuch owed consortium nonprofit that oversees emoji standards and is responsible for new releases announced the release of more than two hundred emojis that will hit cell phones throughout next year, we don't have enough emojis among the major additions or a heart with a bandage wrapped around it and heart on fire. Another major edition is an attempt at creating a gender neutral person with a beard rather than just allowing a seemingly mail option, which is currently the case. So there will be three options a man with a beard, a quota. A man with a beard gender-neutral the say there's three options. So you'll have a man with a beard. Yeah. A person with a beard is what they're calling it and because nothing else in life make sense right now a woman with a beard oh great. Apparently a circuits woman I guess. Yeah. So look bearded lately for the bearded lady Emoji to come next year unbelievable new European Union privacy rules centered on users. Data have sparked a row between e EU regulators and facebook the EU regulators by the way the same people that wouldn't let us go to Europe. For Eva this year first time in eighteen years. But anyway, the social media giant says that if the new rules are enforced, it might have to cease operations in Europe. The regulator responded by asking facebook is that a threat or promise? Of course, they didn't actually say that they didn't respond but wouldn't it have been really funny if they did. If actually the e U told facebook is that a threat or promise so if you're listening to us in Europe you better check with your e you people because facebook might be leaving. The European Union is facebook would leave the US. That would be a good start wouldn't he? Don't hold your breath and I'm not holding my breath at all I. don't I don't have the ability to well, I have the ability because I'm still full of pneumonia but I don't have the desire to ever hold my breath even when they did a cat scan the other day in the machines telling me breathe in now hold your breath. And I'm going. Give I breathe I got a now. Can I please? Oh, you may breathe now. My God it was crazy. That was like fifteen seconds ninety at ten seconds anyway. While, way says, if is in survival mode. As what they call continuous attacks from the United States threatened to choke off the Chinese companies access to. Technology Talk to Beijing about that. The company's rotating chief executive Goule Ping said while way is a difficult situation. These days nonstop aggression from the US government has put us under significant pressure right now, survival is the goal. Washington has ramped up pressure on wall way issuing fresh sanctions in May and August. That further restrict the company's access to the leading edge computer chips. It needs to manufacturer smartphones, five gene, networking gear, and other products. We'll see part of the problem is they have a rotating CEO that mean. Ah Guess. Okay this week you're the CEO because if Beijing doesn't like what we're doing, you'll be hung. Rotating CEO's. Highest who away? Sorry. Yeah. I know a moment of silence that's enough research team but Australia has developed a device that incorporates smartphone technology and get this brain implanted micro electrodes implanted in your brain to restore vision to the blind That's the good part. The device is still in the clinical trial phase, but it looks awesome for being able to help many vision impaired people. So we'll stay on top of that because if that's what it takes to help people to see. Now it sounds like a good idea. See the first part of the story you're thinking of boy here comes somebody else in wanting to implant a microchip and your brain. But in this case, for a good reason to help many people, let's hope that they can. At. Tesla. Motors annual shareholder meeting and Battery Day Twenty Twenty event earlier this week CEO Elon Musk announced that the electric automobile manufacturer is preparing to release a private Beta of the full self driving version of its autopilot driver AIDS software in the coming months. Haven't they had enough trouble with that yet musk went on to explain how tests engineers recently had to overhaul major parts of the autopilot including a rethinking of how the system sees the world. He says Oh Jeez and it was interesting I saw some images from their their annual shareholders meeting and because of social. Distancing. Rules did it virtually but they apparently held a drawing for all their shareholders to randomly pick who would be able to be there in person and this whole thing one person got to be there in person there there were several people. Okay. You obviously, they didn't have room for all the shale course not so but the this whole hoping it took place Elon. Musk on the podium in a parking lot and each of their shareholders you see a sea of Tesla's each of the shareholders is in a tesla so that they can keep maintain social distancing Watson Musk? No doubt listening to him on the radio. Sure in a Tesla Oh that's cool. That's different. But Cool Russ in Gainesville Florida listens to the free into tomorrow podcasts and hello rush welcome into tomorrow Father's point and then nursing home that was tough before coded with the lockdown he can only be visited by staff I haven't Google home mini with a rising jet for Internet in his room for Internet access. But I need to get some good suggestions for content that he may enjoy. Many of the commands are pretty lengthy and hard for him to remember such as Google play NHL News on iheartradio. You have any suggestions for content on the whole many or suggestions justice. Her other voice commands solutions for the elderly will rose. It's hard to say what your father may find useful without knowing, of course, what he likes, but there may be a solution that doesn't require that. If you open the Google home APP, you use to set up the device and then go to the menu. You should be able to set up some shortcuts. Shortcuts are basically short her aliases for a longer more complex commands. So for example, hey, Google play NHL news on iheartradio could be triggered by hey google NHL news or Google play NHL News or whatever you think he may remember while my phone goes nuts because I just woke up using the g word. That would enable you to create simple shortcuts for anything. You think he might find useful like calling you or playing different kinds of news or music on different APPS. Now, since he's elderly He may find the medication reminders useful and since he's blind, he may enjoy an easier way to access audio apps be at news about things he likes music radio or podcasts like into tomorrow of course now, you might also look into audio books on the Google play store wants purchase. He can simply ask, Google home mini to play his book and that's very cool too because it also hopefully help keep them entertained and informed to some degree, and it certainly is a tough situation. Russ as it is, as you mentioned even before covert but since then and I know t to very very minor degree what he's going through having just spent that month in the hospital with the Rona and it would be hours before I'd see somebody from the hospital again because they had to gown and mask and glove and you know get so much prepared. 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Dot Com that's DAX COM dot com for more now Nick Saban who is the CEO and founder of Future Candy and Innovation Agency from Berg Germany had an interesting IFA talk and of course, our team that was covering audio and video for us in Berlin. captured his talk and one of the more interesting keynote titles at he for this year was called from Jesus to hyperloop. This was part of the shift mobility event, and it certainly caught our attention. It was presented as I mentioned by Nixon amend the CEO and founder of Future Candy. He says there are they are an innovation agency, and in his talk he discussed the past present and future of the travel industry two thousand years ago. The Everett's person in its entire lifespan only lift in the radio of one hundred, fifty kilometers. Cries only moved around in a radius of one, hundred, fifty kilometers and last year of we could take a plane. Still it only took US forty five hours to get around the globe, and there was also because of one plane that is being discontinued this year seven, four, seven from Boeing the plane that frank, the world So Mobility is one of the main things entire life. Yeah. It means everything trevor and mobility is one of the main needs of human beings, and of course, the travel industry is one of the oldest around and like many industries it continues to evolve. Once an industry is gone, it never cease to exist it's always continuing the. Best searches, the technology changes. So here we had in the beginning in the eighteen hundreds we had railroads, and now we have hyperloop. So transportation and mobility is very dynamic sector now. And then but the main problem of all of us here in our brains and minds, we have fifty years of advertising spend from the from the in industry. So this is why we all still. Desire many of US still desire to buy car. But I say this changing in three years time more and more people would say, okay, I spent the eight thousand euros or dollars I spent on owning a car every year I, take this money and spend it on other things. He's scooters bikes. cashiering, herring all these other things. One of the things nick related the mobility industry to is entertainment and the fact that the more choices we have the more we will take advantage of. So in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy s people have spent only three hours consuming media. And now in the two thousand people spend. Ten hours an average day in Germany using media unbelievably, and that is because of more and more platforms we had Internet we had more by streaming. Platforms, we had the more time people consume media and the same when happened again, of course, with immobile, is it mobile in transportation industry the more platforms in means of transportation we have the more the more mobile we get. We formally only had the car, the public transport, the plane, the bike, and walking. Now we also have cast hearing we have east scooters we have. We have bikes hearing. We have all these a new new inventions and they make us more mobile, and so we all benefit from this the more fragmented view, the be the more mobile we will be. Israel. Boy It's too bad. He wasn't excited He also talked about other ways. The industry is evolving like the fact in light of the pandemic new careers have popped up. To employ hygiene engineers like this Guy Raymond Wing, you need to take people him on board because the need to sink what I do actually with aero soles inside my means of transport or with the surfaces. How do they clean themselves here? This guy he invented a new AL sucking system inside the cabin of an airplane Ah-ha. So if a person sneezes in an plane, you see that older the germs and Aerosol get sucked out. In, the bottom of the seats so that's why no one can get affected just by some Alvin. Rhyme Vang invented this, and that's the people who you be inside your business now because the consumer with, Hey, for hygienic clean mean of transport one problem many of us living in larger cities have is, of course, traffic the sheer number of cars in cities like New York Los Angeles even here in Miami causes a huge headache. One Solution Nick offers is a whole new way to plan cities. The reason why we all have cars is because the city planning was designed like this. So now it's really come in for the Western world to own. To, own a car because most cities for designed in the sixties after the Second World War? So. But the problem is, of course, it takes a lot of space. To other people in the car to and the people on the bike to people in a bus or the train. You can see how much of clever it would be to have everyone fit into a train. Yeah. We see that because of all the new cities new the transport and able to completely new city planning now and even the United States. But we have a lot of car owners in Chi-, users. Say It's safe as for for bike has gone up under thirty percent. You can't buy a bike anymore in US bike store because they all sold out nick wrapped up his address by talking about the future of the mobility industry namely, the hyperloop that we've all heard about for a few years now many companies including one owned by Elon Musk are working on making this mode of transportation of reality and soon the future never stops. From Jesus to hyperloop in three years time, we will have the first hyperloop tracks in. India. This eight hyperloop companies in the world. One. Is An abu. Dhabi, one India and the. United States and Canada, and the first one starting it will be in India. If you do that, we have new new mobility come concepts coming up when we have the hyperloop in three years time, you can take a means of transport wherever you want here this guy, he has to go Abu Dhabi to the. Car and he just goes to the train station hyperloop stage whenever he wants and then from Abu, Dhabi to Dubai and whatever he arrives his pot will be put into one hyperloop and then he gets sent off. So that's why there's no no arrival times that you have to get you have to follow. You can go in and hyperloop ever you want to. So this is the world we will be entering suit, and then I can go from. Cologne Hamburg and twenty nine minutes. Now I need four hours in a train or in the car and they'd be finished with one thing. What does all this mean? It's your job to restart our industry. Go Out, tell the message become an evangelist. 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Welcome back into tomorrow I'm Dave Grave Line now in our twenty fifth year bringing you further into tomorrow covering the latest in consumer tech all sorts of gadgets and gizmos and products and services and software and vehicles everything that you can think of as it relates to tech for US consumers and we're delighted that you have tune into the program this hour of three weeks worth of extensive coverage of IFA the twenty twenty special edition our first. Time in eighteen years covering IFA in Berlin Germany where we weren't able to actually be there because the e you wouldn't let us and then of course, I had some silly excuse about the Rona in the hospital and all that for a month. But aside from that that stop us because we were virtually there via our Miami Studios and we hope you don't miss any of these three weeks worth of IFA coverage lots videos as well. Including the highlight video. So be sure swing by into tomorrow DOT COM, and check out all the cool videos new products that were introduced there many in-person. We had fortunately a German audio and video crew that was shooting a lot of interviews and so forth for us so that we can bring e for twenty twenty, two you our next guest presented its future mobility strategy and showcased its expertise in fuel cell technology and more at the shift mobility convention. which was, of course, part of IFA twenty, twenty, the senior manager for product and advanced powertrain. Now, there's a title for you that I like with. Hyundai. Motor. North America is Derek Joy Derek welcome into tomorrow. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for the opportunity. It's a it's a pleasure. Hundai has been doing a lot of cool things and introducing new vehicles at new technologies and and of course, it drew a lot of excitement during IFA in Berlin. And like us as an American, you're not allowed to actually be there in person either but your counterparts there were able to to really show some exciting things and focus on the development of Eko focused vehicles I tell us what that is and then what what was shown. Well, he can focus vehicles are vehicles that are that are all about reducing emissions right and reducing. United States and its on foreign oil. Vehicles that are for the future right cleaner environment for everyone and sustainability is a big factor of that. So Hyundai has been a leader for quite sometime we began our our fuel cell hydrogen cell, our research about twenty years ago. Wow, that's quite a while. Yes. We're definitely wanted Lee eaters and chill cell technology and also in a better electric vehicles. And Plug in hybrid vehicles we have a a a nice offering or customers in the US very attractive vehicles that that offer low zero emission. Well, I was GONNA say that I had heard that Hyundai had been doing a lot of this research long ago. I never knew it's been for twenty years already at the forefront went others are barely catching up now. So that says a lot about the research and development with your company that said, you know they saw the writing on the wall they saw the need for these eco-friendly vehicles and said, we've got to jump on this and obviously you did. Right. Yeah. We really have been committed to to ECO solutions. One of the things about Hyundai is we have a full spectrum equal approach. So yeah you know you have your friends and family and some are early adopters or ecoed solutions or zero missions, and some are people who are awaiting into the water slowly, and that's fine. You know people aren't people they have different priorities in their life and different perspectives and our goal at Hyundai's opera solution for every consumer of Hyundai Product. So at the least committed level would be hybrid customer that would be a person who buys a vehicle basically a low emissions, very high mileage. Let's hybrids are you take very little to adopt your lifestyle to type? So we have our hybrid offerings in the US Nada and the. Models and they're like, I said, you buy them, you drive him they're basically super-efficient. You don't need to change your lifestyle whatsoever. It's true. You're already used to putting gas in the car. Apparently, have to put less gas because you also have the option for electric and I'm curious. Derek how many people do you find? Are saying that using more of the electric or more of the gas in a hybrid vehicle or is it sort of a fifty fifty kind of thing? You've moved into the next category, which is plug in. Hybrid. Electric vehicles. So hybrid vehicles generally throwing lectures from driving. So they recruit wendish their interest as you're moving and as you as you. Use your regenerative braking system. So again, that's part of your whole lifestyle driving how use the accelerator and brake and and a lot of our vehicles will have a E- Coaching Vico driving coach onboard with with the. Audiovisual system and coaches you on how you how efficient you're driving very, very good instantaneous, real time feedback to help you drive very efficiently. So that's a big part of what improves your mileage besides the technology the plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle, which you just listened to bad is really that's the next step in commitment for Nico buyer that's the next. What happens there is is I review with the enhancement of the ability to plug in at night or at your place of business. So you plug and you're able to get typically a lot of vehicles around twenty five miles of what they call eighty be or all electric range A. All Electric Range. So what that means is you plug you plug into the electric grid overnight or air at work or whatever you've replenished your battery, and you can drive zero emissions for twenty five miles well for people. If you're driving five days a week to work, you might have been committed twenty miles. You're urinating zero missions that whole time because you're using only emissions generated from the electric grid and you're not using your electric motor gasoline engine onward. So that's the next level, a commandment and ECO solutions. That's that's pretty cool and of course, if you can then charge while at work as you mentioned then to and from its zero emissions and you've got to feel good about that and hopefully you're saving money on gas as well. Yeah absolutely, and then the great thing about that level is so let's say people have vacations things they WANNA do right they want to go to Las Vegas or wherever you may live. There's always a Las Vegas where anybody live someplace they wanna get to you well with the plug in electric vehicle you say, okay, I plug in, you get your twenty five miles. I call it three miles, basically emissions mileage, and then immediately, the gasoline jet engine will kick in and you can go unlimited range with gasoline. So your your your lifestyle isn't compromised in any way you could still get to anywhere you want to go. You're going to keep on vacation across the country no problem. So plugging. Hybrid like giggles are really nice sweet spot for people to really have a good impact on the economy economy and the environment but with minimal sacrifice to their lifestyle. Yeah. So you mentioned the the transition maybe to hybrid but certainly, the plug in hybrid is that next level that folks can either just jumped to right away or get more comfortable with as they're realizing how it works and I think that's pretty cool. Tell me about Hyundai's performance en brand. What is That about. Yeah. So so the end brand now this is the other side of the spectrum. This is driving enthusiasts and with passion for driving enjoyment really is a true performance brand. We're investing considerable money to make very exciting enjoyable track day type vehicles that can sustain track US work without overheating in any way of most vehicles. If you take him to a track of enter attractive weekend you're going to cause problems with vehicle overheating or transmission brakes, etc.. These vehicles are engineered to be sustainable at the track, and so that's part of the the end brand. You can drive it all day all week, annot province, a nice commuter vehicle, etc. but also has considerable performance like you oughta Christ on the weekends. Really, driving really join going into the mountains maybe drive the twisties. So people quite concerned about the. About saving fuel. Although other they're all very efficient vehicles for the performance level, but they're a little more passionate about vehicles and let Hyundai realizes it. There's there's buyers from respect, right? So you've got people who are very committed to ego solutions and people love drive, and so we want to need all of these different needs in terms of the passenger volume, Karma, volume, and the type of power train. is going to meet their lifestyle and it sounds like Hyundai is doing just that. So certainly keep up that good work. Hey, Derek. If you don't mind, let me interrupt a little bit here. We'll pay a couple of quick bills and come back in a couple of minutes as we're talking with senior manager product and advanced powertrain with Hyundai Motor North America Derek Joyce as into tomorrow continuing. 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We're talking with a senior manager product and advance power train with Hyundai Motor. North America Derek Joyce One of the other things that I know got a lot of attention at EPA in Berlin at next in particular was next. So the world's first dedicated hydrogen. SUV. Which is certainly getting a lot of attention a lot more people that seems my last three or four vehicles were SUV's I just decided I wanted a little bit of height. You know you WANNA be down at road level and and I wanted to be able to see over some cars perhaps SUV's have been my go-to vehicle of my last several and I would imagine my next several as well. So now when you talk about a dedicated hydrogen-powered SUV. Wondering how that got so much attention. Well, you hit on its many many important points about the next. So that is our hero Eko vehicle. Okay. Hydrogen Electric because their electric vehicles with electric motors on that generate their power real time on demand. So they don't store all their lectures need they make it on board via a power plant onboard, they take hydrogen and through a process of electrolysis they create that lectures the real time on demand as you need. When you push the pedal, you're going to start that process and you're going to generate electricity that's going electric motor and go down the road they have tremendous range. OUR NEXT SUV has range at zero emissions range of three, hundred, eighty miles while net. Yeah. So it's got a great a great solution and that you've got the flexibility to live your life pretty convenient lane. Another benefit the. Hydrogen, electric vehicles is the refueling speed so it's very comparable to gasoline refueling speed. So when you go to a station that has both hydrogen. And and gasoline you're going to be able to review on about the same gasoline. It's route five minutes or so. So very quick, and yet you have this great energy density, which means that you're going to be able to have a long range. So. It's a great solution. We have forty two stations in California and we've got a lot of next does on the road enjoying that. So that's a very committed eagle lifestyle. What would we like to talk about holidays? We're the only hydrogen-fuel-cell SUV in the US okay. Yes. There are competitors that make fine products, but there's a dance and. People want to just like you said, families want issue, and so we are the only one in the next really, very well engineered product for reliable drive. Wyatt luxuries that setup looks really good a lot people really loved the styling. So we're really really proud of our next. Oh, and again the. Other side of that echo spectrum no doubt and the long range is important because. You mentioned I think thirty four hydrogen facilities. There's not that many even in California little and the rest of the country yet. Do you expect to see that more going to jump on that and start stocking hydrogen for you to be able to refuel or they're not enough car manufacturers like yourselves that are committed to it to warrant that at gas stations or hydrogen stations? Right, this is a decades long chicken and egg question. I would say the manufacturers are on board because our products are very very good and our competitor. So it on Honda they make very fine products as well. So they're utterly reliable senior Nice Derive I've driven than Tun's there. There's really no problem with the product the the vehicles. They can meet a lot of consumers needs. The stations are two major hubs in southern California and Northern California around the bay area. So those hubs are building. On forty two stations currently and a lot more in development that are getting through all the permitting process that's going explode pretty quickly to fifty sixty and the. Corn has considerable blondes in grants and promotion legislate promotion of these hydrogen Joel. So you're gonNA see eighty stations broke the most likely areas where hydrogen is going to grow our these F. States zero emission states those that are really focused on zero emissions and these types of solutions, and those are basically the west coast. And the Northeast Coast area, and so California's your first area. The next big growth ear that you will see will be a New York Massachusetts Connecticut, this area Vissel because they've adopted the zeph standards, emissions and require surmount of vehicles to beazer missions that will be the next bigger growth. There are some. Obstacles to that in terms of a the envelope rules about the bridges and tunnels, and so they just raise working very hard to meet those requirements and I'm assuming there's no real safety issue with hydrogen has that been a concerned? Hydrogen is very, very safe. East vehicles meet we have on our website hunting, US dot com. We've got the vehicles up the the Nitsa crash test, and basically the vehicle completely safe for the most stringent government crash tests. You can see them live long line and the vehicle has huge crumple zones as able to protect tank areas. The tanks are so strong. What happens in a crash even very severe crash what happens is it takes her so robust that whole area around and crushes before it's the tank. So you know. Just, absorbs all that energy. It really can't get to that area where it has that kind of kind of ability. So they need all of the same crash requirements as a gasoline vehicle gasoline has considerable energy to so although we're used to gasoline gasoline is a volatile it has a lot of energy and. We built modern cars very safe. You're able to drive a gasoline vehicle with very little concern about about safety because how steak there and the same is true for hydrogen. They meet all federal arms varies very good and it just sounds like it's GonNa be a while before those of us say here in Miami. I don't even know of a hydrogen station so it'd be like, wow, I'd like to try that SUV but I could probably only drive as far as the full tank gives me. Trouble. So is there a hybrid gas and hydrogen scenario or not? Not. From Hyundai there is another manufacturer that has a hydrogen up plug yet. Go what that would do. That would be similar to your plug in hybrid electric vehicle where you're hydrogen range its hands enhanced with a plug in a moderate sized battery on board, which means, let's say you took a longer trip user hydrogen first, and then if there's not a station where you in went and particularly you would plug in and keep going and so want solution but the hundred product doesn't have that that's more complex more costly. You know every time you add system, it adds a little more complexity, but I definitely that technology is available in the industry and Currently has met widespread use. Well, congrats you guys keep making the cool vehicles and keep doing the hybrids in the plug ins and the things that folks are looking for these days and we'll keep talking about him I would look forward to getting back on the show again soon because there is that much more to talk about, and of course, Hyundai, always coming out with. New Products to discuss a senior manager for product and Advanced Powertrain love that title it's on Your Business Card right now for for Hyundai Motor, North America and Hyundai USA dot com thanks so much for spending a few minutes with US Derek. Absolutely thank you dave. Thanks for the opportunity to have a great day. Thank you. It's our pleasure, and of course we've got more. 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The latest on USDA direct assistance

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The latest on USDA direct assistance

"In. Eleven, O six on the big show clock by Quin back with your winding-up, the big show getting started on a Monday overcast skies. And is with US three big things. Nate's been keeping US updated on the markets. We were up in the overnights on corn kind of off a little bit. We're still ahead in soybeans. We're GONNA TALK TO JAMIE CO hockey coming up at the bottom of the hour, but fellas I will tell you. We picked up some rainfall this past weekend. little over an inch. Inch and a Skinny Quarter House that sounded. Quarter at farm South Central Iowa. Eastern Iowa Andy maybe maybe a little bit more than that factors, still some rain, fall around the quad cities right now. Yeah, it was in the further east to go into Illinois. The numbers got exponentially bigger. We're GONNA talk about this with the State climatologist twelve ten today, but I just WanNa. I WanNa have you inspect that big show clock that nate night took so pressure actually mostly nate last week while you were out. So, precious care of is that thing not looking better than it's looked in years after last week? Yeah. I. Heard you boys talking about that last we got. Everything. Just like everybody else. Agriculture as out in the farm shop and I was listening in planting pretty much all done from what What little planning work we do here in the big show. We follow a lot of planning, but now's the shop last week polishing things up. Should say knocking the rust off most of the junk that we farm with but Listen in, so I heard you talking about the big show clock? Yeah, well, it is a sacred time piece that has been handed down over the generations, and I appreciate you taking care of that for me. also appreciate what you're saying. Andy about heavier rainfall I saw some four plus inch. Rainfall totals in central to downstate Illinois so It was in some already planted fields. The pictures I saw I. Don't know if that's going to be a washout or you know. How long can take him to get back in there? But it? It seems like those folks got it by the bucket load. I mean we got some rain, but ours is spread out over three days here. Yeah, and and for you know by and large. We were fortunate that most of ours came. Pretty easily so. On of wash associated, but you see some pines now in some of the lower lying. Areas or at least a little water sitting anyway, so we're. We got everything soaked back up. What we need now is some heat and sounds like. Maybe Justin's got some some optimism for us. In terms of that heat coming up a little bit later on Today Well. We don't have got much plan for this week. I don't think I mean. were not scorched anything out there today as far as I know what when we're in the seventies so. Fast but yeah nail on the head. The other thing as I was listening to you, boys talk about last week and we're GonNa talk about it again. Coming up here is This survey that's going on in North Dakota right now. I don't know what we're going to learn. Apparently, we haven't learned much yet, well I. Have another survey, be at least not. It's been released. What what they said was. The results were a little surprising in terms of significant unharvested acres. And which we've been talking about that for a while, too, but be that as it may, and then you know planting intentions out there, but then you start to think about okay prevent plant, probably going to be an option for some some acres in North Dakota, and maybe with the rains in southern Illinois by the time they get dried out maybe too late there so another thing I guess to add into the topics of conversation here going forward. Well the corn marketed and by and heavy into that, but soybeans look like they may be believe in a little bit of that We'll talk markets ahead right now. Though and I have missed saying this. It's time for the three big things you need to know with Andy Peterson. Well providing support during these tough times, our friends at the national, Corn Growers Association and President Kevin Ross Good for the big show says they're working hard and have been through planting season to try and keep everybody safe now as far as moods go, he says planning season's third has a way of bringing smiles about face. There's a lot of apprehension out there as well Andy and that's that's you know to be. Just you know justified for what we've got with the pricing situation, certainly the. The demand scenario for Korn and so looking at a lot of different ways that we can you know. Try to help prop up our industry and try to make sure that we can come out of this. The backside with the building demand again the big corn crop that it looks like he's out there. You can hear our full conversation with Kevin it podcast form, WHOL RADIO DOT COM hover over the menu icon in the upper left hand corner, quick on podcast in the big show. curated eating relationship concern about that between the US and China, even though China's come out, and said they're going to allow immediately imports of barley and fresh blueberries from the US increasing trade there, but President Donald. Trump over the weekend has stoked fears that China may not meet its obligations under the phase one trade deal by saying to Fox business network that he really has no interest in speaking to Chinese. President Jean-pierre right now he even went as far as admitting the possibility of cutting ties with the Asian nation, according to Reuters said he's cool very disappointed with China's failure to contain the covid nineteen outbreak, noting the pandemic cast a spell over his face, one trade deal accomplishments. Signs of hope in terms of recovery in the ethanol industry president. Jeff Cooper, the renewable fuels association says they may see a sign, a light rather at the end of the tunnel with gasoline demand, starting to rise that the worst may be behind us. We're beginning to see some signs of recovery. as states began to stay at home. Restrictions and people get back out on the roads now he emphasizes that the industry has a long way to go as the pandemic cut ethanol production by more than half in just two months idling dozens of plants, but he also points out that some of the plans that. That come back online and output was the highest. It's been well brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers, and I am looking so forward to getting out in the field with these folks again, talking about the work and good farm neighbor award making some presentations to our good farm neighbors. We don't have any scheduled here through this month, but hopefully. As things start to get back to normal or head at least back that direction we can start planning some for midsummer mid to late summer and get out and visit with our were good farm, neighbor, award, winners or figure out a way to do it. Maybe the telephone things like that 'cause. We sure like to honor. Those folks are still out there doing great things, and in fact I would imagine we're going to get a whole long list of nominations for the work and good farm neighbor award just from things that transpired. Transpired here this past month? but once again the coalition support Iowa's farmers bring you update on whether I and I have been talking about the heavy rainfall across the Upper Midwest, but Nathan's one section the world. We also like to look in on and that. Is South America? So you tell me what's going on there right now is we're in the midst harvest in that part of the world? Absolutely, their harvest season is underway in rid under. Sue and down in Brazil. They're expecting mostly dry conditions until. More than moderate, heavy showers, Thursday and Friday. There temperatures near normal today near to above normal tomorrow, and then above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday in Mato Grosso to sewell and the Goya's provinces. They will have mostly dry conditions until Thursday then hit with some rain in the southern parts of the region on Friday temperatures there near to above normal Monday and Tuesday above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday in Argentina mostly dry for about a. A week a couple of weeks now but star system is expected there in the middle of this week with moderate showers, possible widespread there in Argentina well, we are talking whether here and hearing that weather report from south. America one thing that's going to start playing into shipping in South America? We hear now just over the last couple of days that the Corona virus that covert nineteen strain is starting to increase. Spread across Brazil in fact Brazil. Now the fourth nation, fourth highest nation reporting infection rates, and it is predicted that could start to taper off as far as product flowing out of that country and remember that's where a lot of that. Competitive soybeans in particular and corn. Comes trauma onto the world market, so it looks like that over the next couple three or four weeks. We're going to be watching very closely. What might be happening with those dockworkers in those ports because? Again it's now up to the fourth large still behind the US but on the increase, so that will have an impact on product to coming out of South America I. Don't know Andy How much impact is going to have but it's something that's popped up on the radar screen right now. We're talking about China as well. trying to maybe wiggle Out a rob legations here so in in looking for some more worldwide soybeans. We'll. We'll talk more about that. Coming up here. Also our Secretary of Agriculture Mike Be Joining us on the big show. Anti. Ought to the minute. Commodity prices at market analysis that makes sense. This is big Joe. I'll ever twenty three on that big show clock secretary of Agriculture Mike Nag Joining us here on the big show again today. Mike WanNa talk about two things today. We're going to get right after it I wanNA talk a little bit about the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. That was designed to bring some aid to livestock producers that I. also want to ask you about county fairs here in Iowa. That coronavirus food assistance program. Though I think sign up is supposed to start this week and yet. We don't have a lot of details Mike. Can you give us any more background or update us? That's right. Welcome back, Bob Yeah! The USDA did hold a a Webinar last week, and and frankly there were kind of few details in that, and and and yet we know that USDA is working aggressively. Aggressively to try to get this done I, think undersecretary, nor the made some comments late in the week over the weekend that the package is currently awaiting white. House approval, which is which is how that works. USDA proposes something. White House Office of Management and budget needs to approve, and so it sounds like they're in the final stages of actually getting the the program rolled out so again. Remember these are the. Direct assistance direct payments to producers, really across the the landscape to help grain farmers, livestock farmers impacted by the market disruption so as I've been saying all along. This is a good start. It does not include everything that we think that needed to help producers, and in fact doesn't even include all of our producers. Egg Producers are notably left out of this direct payment system. The other piece remember we've got direct payments, and then we've also got USDA making significant food purchases I think the big number is by the end. End of this calendar year they will have They're budgeted to spend around five billion dollars buying food, and again those surplus products that that would have gone to food service and and get that routed into the food, helping to address food insecurity through food banks Food Pantries, so still waiting for those details and I think staff at USDA would be trained this week, which is the surest sign that something's coming forthcoming on those payments? Because of you, you train staff, and then that's when when folks can start applying. Quick question on that as a follow up I am guessing that the requests for probably go further than what the money will revert you and being in first, or is it something that's going to be applied? Equally, you know this is something that I, I think that's a good point. Bob And I think we all believe that there's probably a more significant market impact than what's currently being accounted for, and in all likelihood you could see that situation. Develop. Just remember it as opposed to the. The paycheck protection program or some of the programs that have been run through treasury is that's those were operated as a as a first come first served. That's not typically how USDA operates and so I can't speak to that in its entirety, but generally speaking, we know that USDA concerned with and and usually roles programs out in a way that's fair and equitable, and and so i. just don't think it'll be run the same way that we saw the P P P. Quick Update on county fairs by my count here we have Thirteen county fairs that have changed plans in some way one of them in your backyard in Emmett's Berg. Have you heard anything else? Yeah, this is you again. It's something we've talked a lot about here. We we hate to see it and yet those folks, those county, fair boards, or making the best decisions that they can given their circumstances on the ground, and the folks that Iowa stayed with the four H. and and the folks that FIFA I know are continuing to look at ways to still hold. Hold competitions, and for folks, and so this is just one more. We're going to have to continue to to work our way through it. you know State Fair? No, the State Fair Board is is evaluating all options for the twenty state fair, and so we're all I. think hopeful that these things can continue, but you know decisions have to be made and. And and boy I support those. They're tough, tough calls, but we support decisions made locally. Yeah, Hey Mike tough calls no doubt in hearing from some people making those decisions over the weekend to one thing I was comforted a little bit too to see at the grocery store on Saturday, Mike for meat, case and yeah, not maybe the cuts and the sizes. Sizes that I'm used to for example twenty one pound pork shoulder opposed to seven and a half to eight or ten, and a half to eleven that I usually see but but no shortage certainly at this time anyway. Yeah, I think that's A. that's a good sign. I was in a grocery store over the weekend myself I loaded up the smoker yesterday, so. had. In there. but a lot of a lot of pork in that smoker, but there were some other things, too, but yeah I. Think generally what I've been seeing. Is that that that situation is improving some? You've got grocers that are working hard to find new suppliers, and as you say, maybe carrying some cuts and purchasing from some places that they had traditionally done, so I think folks are grinding. It's still a challenging situation. We've got enough protein on the. The farm the processing capacity is still slow from from pork and beef standpoint so I think we're you know we're running something like seventy one to seventy two percent on pork processing last week, and nationally down about twenty seven percent on beef processing. So this situation continues, and that means we're still building that backlog of animals, but I know grocers are working hard to try to find an in restaurants to as they open are trying to find product. Mike he gets the last word today. Thank you. We'll talk to you again tomorrow. As we continue our kind of daily updates with you, we appreciate it. Sounds, good. Secretary of Agriculture. Mike Nag Joins US eleven twenty and we're going to continue doing that. It's good to hear from our first guy in agriculture, especially as the situation is very fluid with not only aid programs, but as you can see and Andy has a link there that'll keep you updated on any county fairs changing that he'll post on the website but that also as well very fluid situation. Talk markets with Jamie Co hockey about five minutes away here on the big show. newsradio ten forty. 1135 all the big show clock by going to the big show winding up here on a Monday overcast skies, not much dry yet. We have had some spotty sunshine across the state of Iowa, but picked up some rainfall. Friday, Saturday Sunday here in. Iowa said big time rainfall in Illinois may brought you now instead group, selling land and the equipment to farmers since nineteen, sixty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, six zero steph group. We're GONNA. Talk more with robot to Meyer coming up here in this little bit. But, we are talking right now. Telephone with Jamie koe hockey and Jamie. We're GONNA talk markets here but I. do want to mention that beef cutouts here have been on a wild ride for the last ten days. Choice cutouts set a record gain on May fourth when they gained thirty to sixty in that market Friday they set a record loss of sixteen sixty. how about that? You talk about volatility in there so Let's let's talk markets and come back around that beef market, but we did have some rain a apparently in some sections of Illinois that was pretty heavy. And soybeans jumped up a little bit. What's happened in the soybean market? Yeah, you're exactly right the moisture in the eastern half that they'll Illinois providing some support. Soyabean complex this morning. Some areas got twice of what the historical numbers Sean for the month of May and they're still more moving in here's yet today funds are coming into the week long roughly about thirty two thousand being contracts. You know still holding those together very very firm here today, but mostly whether not any big. News announcements over the weekend. China bind aggressively aggressively with beans. There are some rumors today that they might be in the market again for Korn. Surprisingly, but not on being today would be the second update, and still looking for more website. Thank you push another dining higher yet very very easily. Yeah, Jenny it's Sandy. is this spring rally be? We've been waiting on here. Is it too early to say that yet? Hopefully rebelling it, I I. Hope this isn't the whole entire rally. Be hopefully restarting to hear to build support and even start pulsing shorts out of corn. They're holding a very aggressive short position over two hundred thousand contracts and weeds lower today, big-time suppliers worldwide with weak kind of keeping. You know some pressure on the corn market here this morning. Yeah and some of those pictures of rain over the weekend in Illinois and flooded fields. I'm sure have an impact. What about admitted quotas? What are you hearing up there? In terms of slow harvest from last year and prevent plant. Yeah, it's it's. It's still horrible. you know reality of the crop in for a year or two and see what happens I! Mean just like there's no relief up there for those guys at all and you know before you know ten fifteen years. Nobody even care about North Dakota. Okay there year behind whippy do and now you know the kind of the markets sending that do they actually do have some supply and that could affect the market and acreage numbers as well coming into this plan season yet that I don't think I've been factored in either. and. This is a futures market Jamie, so at some point gets probably GONNA. Take that into account before report comes out. Yeah hopefully so when you get back going and also to the energy markets rebounding curves up another two to three bucks a barrel here today kind disappointing on Kurdish crashing cars going with it now. In doing nothing, but hopefully these higher energy prices can get. Numbers back moving in a good direction again and start teaching them to carry out away. Jamie is Bob. We're going to wrap up here and talk to you more towards the end of the next hour about some projections, but I want to get back to that meet report and what's going on in this beef market in it has been a roller coaster ride. Kinda summarize what's happening right now in the beef trade. Yeah you bet to even the number you talked about their on their record movement of choice midday choice down seventeen dollars, thirteen cents select may five dollars and twenty five cents East on Mount Load Movement at one hundred twenty three contracts, but what we're running into, you was obviously the getting back to backed up backed up clear prevalent to fall their numbers right now, saying maybe. Already backed up just on shackled space, and also to the retail counters You know putting some limits on what you can purchase. We're not going to supply chain moving, and it seems like a lot of people got bought up very very heavily when the virus first came out and haven't had to reload jet right now. So, do you? Do you think we're going to see this dress market? Continue to roll off then. Yeah Yeah I think that boxes keep moving lower. I do think the cash stays very very study though I don't cash fall out of bed with it. We're carrying humongous basis. You know last week, trading, one, twenty, one, twenty, five, and the board here today, Ninety seven and change so I looked for that too narrow up I would look for a lot of spread, action and cattle, guys by June selling August and or October against it. They hear this twig. Now we're seeing a little bit of an increase in daily, Hog runs. As well I don't know that we're seeing enough to dig into any backlog at all. In fact, we're still building that backlog but Kinda. Give me a short range long range. Look at hogs right now. Yeah yet order numbers jumped where little RETU- million head last week, but that's still roughly roughly right around ten eleven percent lower than we were last year. At this time, the market as clocks looks like it does have the lows in I. Don't I Greek to go down there and retest so at all? The key is going to be to get China to continue to fall through phase one and really not back out of that at all, but if you look at the supply of hawks, I mean some aries, the numbers are showing it around two and a half nine ever offered last week and this is roughly. Three, hundred thousand to the backlog that you've been talking about says roughly. I think run eastern time period. So you're saying it's it's. It's not you know anytime soon that we're going to choose the same way kind of like the Cadillac. Dragons if you more months yet. Jamie once you're eight hundred number. We a hold of you talking about just give a call me at direct at seventy, five, three, three, eight, four, one, one one. Jamie Co hockey joining us. We kick off this segment of the big show at the look at markets. Thanks Jamie. We'll talk to you again towards the end of the next hour. NATO you do have some breaking news. One talk a little bit about right now. we were talking about some county fairs, changing plans and looks like one of the concert scheduled for the Iowa State Fair has changed plans. What can you? You. What can you tell me that you found out? From the Iowa State Fair website, yeah, the Iowa state. Fair was said to have Grammy Award Winner Chris Stapleton on Friday August twenty first on the grandstand this year. Stapleton announced on Twitter Day that he is postponing his entire tour until next year rescheduling dates and the the fair confirmed that they have postponed until August eighteenth of twenty twenty one. That is a Thursday. Okay, so there's. There there is the latest. Thanks nate for that update the latest on some things that will filter into the Iowa. State Fair plans. Maybe some you folks have plans there. Hey, Andy. We didn't find out right now. The three big things we need to know if that big enough three bigger things. We need to know brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmer. Well providing support during these covid nineteen tough times, friends with national. Association including big show, but he can. Put out quite a bit of guidance and recommendations ideas on keeping workers safe on the farm during planting season and by and large, those extreme measures have. Kept people from getting sick, he says also believes that planning season helped out the mood a little bit and I think there's a lot of apprehension out there as well, and that's and that's you know to be. Just you know justified for what we've got with the pricing situation, certainly the demand scenario for Korn so looking at a lot of different ways that we can you know, try to help prop up our industry and try to make sure that we can come out of this the backside with the building demand. Yeah, given the large corn crop that's expected at this point you can hear the full conversation with Kevin out on the big show website in podcast form. Looking for answers, US Department of Agriculture's National Act Statistic Service conducting the June acreage survey, it will contact producers nationwide to determine crop acreage and stock levels as of June. I good big show Buddy Gregg. Tests and director of the Upper Midwest regional office says that growers quote respond to the survey provide essential information that helps determine the expected acreage and supply of major commodities. You can read more about this survey and who may get contacted out on the show website. Light at the end of the tunnel, maybe for the ethanol industry, although leaders do stress, we have a long way to go but Jeff Cooper, president and CEO the renewable. Fuels Association says that it looks like things are on the uptick. May Behind US we're beginning to see some signs of recovery. As states began to ease. Stay at home, restrictions and people get back out on the roads. In fact, he says some of the idol plants have restarted gasoline demand is starting to tick upwards well weatherwise, wise here in the upper midwest state of Iowa picked up rainfall pretty much scattered across the entire state. Some of the heavier amounts, an inch plus some of the lighter amounts around. Three or around half three quarters somewhere in that neighborhood We're GONNA talk with Jason. Gilson coming up here in just a little bit more about climate concerns here in the Upper Midwest, but let's just say that. downstate Illinois picked up some monster amounts of rainfall. In fact, Jamie Co, hockey pointed out picked up more in the last couple of days than they usually do in the entire month. Not The way it goes four plus inches of rainfall recorded in some. Some counties soybean counties in. Illinois also concerns what's going on. In the DAKOTAS North Dakota in particular for the third time. The USDA will survey last year's crop, and you say wait a second. How can they do that? Well? Because a lot of last year's crop, apparently still left in the field, and that is hanging over the marketplace, not so much that that crop may or may not come in I'm guessing, but most likely if it's still on the field. This year's crop will not be planted in that area. Don't know that for sure may get a planet, but that's kind of what's hanging over the market, a little bit with these re survey numbers. We'll talk with our old buddy tim. Mayer from the group coming up here on the big show. All of the highlights of the big show our on our podcast. Go to iheartradio DOT COM search big show. Eleven fifty five on the big show clock, and it is Monday on the big show calendar brought to you by the Steph group selling landed the equipment department since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty or body Tim Myers on the line with us Tim I got this big time news update from the Steph Group about how the online auctions were going. How you folks are pioneering. It I'm asking the head guy. We talked to every week right now, and that's you so how how's things going right now? With the with the auction business? Tell us what the Steph has going this week. Bob That that's an interesting question and a lot of folks are asking. How did the transition go? We've got enough time under our belt now. Honestly it couldn't have been smoother what we're doing from an online basis. We've been doing for over eleven years, and as it was telling Andy last week. We own our entire platform. our competition does not, and they're relying on a third party vendor, and if you're booking an auction, you should know that your auction day is dependent on that third party vendor. Some of which folks don't even realize until it comes close to their auction days so we talk more about that, but as far as what we've got going here. We got ten ox six auctions this week. Ten left for the month of May, but roll into the. The month of June. We have thirty total auctions with twenty. Those being equipment that you can find all that on Steph group DOT COM. We're pretty excited about our fault. We put on seven more auction. Ryo Offices last week, and we're continuing to put more business so I think as doors are opening, and people are getting more willing to talk to us. we're we're excited about that. And getting in front of people and actually shaking hands, believe it or not, Bob. Son of a gun well, I gotTa tell you gotta quit bragging up your it guys because someone's GonNa. Come in swooping in there and steal him away from you because there's a lot of sites that don't run nearly as smoothly as what yours does now tell me about these equipment auctions coming up. How can we get involved with those? And especially? If maybe we just have a few pieces of machinery we want to sell. Well. We've got a sale. It's coming up in June. That is exactly that Mason city. It's June the eleventh. If you call today, we're putting together on that I could still maybe get you into that sale, but more importantly, we have a lot of sales that are going on where folks have one two three pieces of equipment, and we put together with other folks in the. The same scenario put a nice little sale of fifteen or twenty, or maybe forty pieces together call the multi-party auction. It works really good. 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We're here with the Iowa Soybean Association today and we are near Lake City Iowa and Aaron Patsy is with US Erin first of all welcome to the big show WanNa talk about clean water but Some of the things that we may be hearing throughout the day some clicks and pops because as we know some storms move through the area and you know what? With crop damage and things cell towers also damps between here and there. So we're GONNA be talking off and on about clean water though that is the event of the day. That's the event of the next Wednesday's. For the next couple of months clean water starts here doesn't matter where you are this clean water starts exactly right and thank you bob for really giving this idea of momentum to come out and talk. So frequently about a topic that so many people care about and that's water and not only do a lot of people care about it but a lot of people can do something to positively impact it starting with farmers. It's always been position of Iowa Soybean Association, the clean water and in productivity productivity go hand in hand everybody can play a part in we're kickstarting that today. Yes, we are, and we are in Lake City with mark. At his farm he has been doing some practices we're going to talk about but when we think about clean water we think about what comes out of the TAP There's another into that and that's where it starts out here through and a lot of times. producers want to make sure the water they get out of the sky stays clean and mark has done things like cover crops. He has done some buffer strips. He has done a bio reactor as well. Let's Talk A. Little bit despite thirty seconds or so These farmers are a lot of times investing of their own funds into this they are they have a direct stake in the results. So they also put their direct dollars a into these practices because they do to have a positive impact, not only for the generations to come on their farm but for the people upstream downstream and that's what's so great about what we're kicking off here today Bob is you're going to be talking directly with these people folks who are. Out there in the field who are giving of their time, their effort, and often their own money to make a positive impact on water and mark here on his farm near Lake City is a great place to start giving what he's doing with some of the practices that you've mentioned and some of the things that he's going to share with your listeners. Today, you guys have been really encouraging development with the Iowa Soybean Association talk about that. Well, I was soybean association as long as we've been around. And it's been for more than fifty years. Now, environmental quality agricultural productivity has gone hand in hand. That's why the soybean I invested millions of dollars in research utilizing the checkoff to really look at the landscape and how we can do things better. How can we can keep maybe more of the water where it can be put to use the water that does move? How can we reduce nutrient movement in that water? How can we sequester more of that water in place through things like saturated buffers reducing? Tillage which also reducing costs for farmers so there's a lot to it I would just encourage your listeners Bob. If they want more information, I know clean water, Iowa Dot Org a great place to go for information, and also I as soybeans dot com we have a lot of information about the practices that farmers you're using make better water for everyone. So when when we talk about Maya react, what are we talking about simply put? It's an underwater it's an underground water purification system, farmers, install it. It's wood chips. It reacts with the water that moves through it, and it helps purify the water that comes out the other end of it saturated buffers similarly, it's about helping that water go down instead of across the landscape. If we can get that water to go down, there is a purification process that goes along with that makes the water better reducing tillage another way of helping keep that soil in place because nutrients move with the soil. So we can keep more of the soil in place I. E, reducing tillage that has a positive impact as well. Cool. Thing is marks doing all of those things and when we survey farmers Bob, the average farmer out there is doing according to our research five to six practices to improve water five to six. How about that? We're going to talk about those throughout the next couple of three months here you're going to be hearing some special announcements also on whol radio, what other radio stations in the metro talking about what you can do to ensure that the. Water is clean as kept clean everything from making sure that You don't fertilize your sidewalks when you're out there to maybe when you're thinking about dumping something down the maybe belong there and we're going to kind of talk about that as well. But just remember clean water starts here. No matter where here is clean water starts with you. We're GONNA talk about it throughout the big show today right now Andy Peterson Andy bring us up to date on the three big things we need to know. Extending the list and pushing back the deadline of eligible commodities for the virus food assistance program including liquid egg producers here in Iowa which I'm sure secretary, Nag will address here coming up as the decision to provide a C-PAP funding comes amid slow sign up in a lot of cases for producers. The latest data shows that only twenty five percent of filled out an application for c-pap funding well, below the amount of that they know is out there now US Secretary Sonny Perdue says in making the announcement that the changes will give more farmers and ranchers the opportunity for the assistance to help keep operations afloat they've also pushed the application deadline. To September eleventh. Senate Finance Chair Chuck Grassley says short of a new, the virus stimulus. Feel there's Money. Available to help egg though a lot less of a guarantee than likely with a deal, he's would be better off to get dedicated help with the deal that includes more stimulus checks, school reopening money and aid to states and cities like he's proposed. If there was an agreement on those three things I think there would soon be an agreement that we ought to have twenty billion dollars for agriculture and that wouldn't he says allow a lot more flexibility in meeting the deep needs that are out there but he also cast doubt on any negotiations having much success. Big report from the government to world agricultural supply and demand report, and it showed not as big a corn crop as the trade thought maybe a little bit bigger sleeping number fact, we'll start with corn. The forecast is for larger supplies, greater feed and residual US increase exports. Higher ending stock weren't production rates to fifteen point, three, billion bushels. That's just about three hundred, million higher than a month ago, and it also predicts record high yields for Minnesota, and. South Dakota government officials say that the farmers surveys in this month projection shows that Iowa Illinois. Indiana Missouri Nebraska in Ohio all will have likely larger yields and then a year ago keep in mind of course, this came before the storms of Monday as far as this lady go lower beginning stocks higher production, crush exports, an endings stocks they increase the harvested area to eighty three million acres I'm sorry that they kept that same but they also up the yield. Making a total. Crop of four point, two, five, billion bushels shorter ninety, million on higher yields. What this all means Don rose will break it down for us in about fifteen minutes right here on the video show eleven fourteen. Now that they show clock, those are the three big things you need to know the need for Wesley. Life, meals on wheels grows daily in central I where they served thousands of older adults and military veterans each day, and you can help provide a hot healthy meal for only seven dollars twenty five cents visit Wesley, life, dot org slash giving. That's Wesley Life Dot Org slash giving. It is whether time now on the big show, Nathan Fisher welcome him in for the first time as we take a look at worldwide cropping conditions brought to you by our friends at the coalition to support I have as far as they are the foremost experts in the state on citing newborns, and also if you have to do maybe some relocating due to the storms while you want to give these folks to call their services are available at no charge courtesy of the generous support from I was agricultural groups, nate. What do you see when you take a look at worldwide weather? Yeah looking down into America could see some scattered showers today in southern areas of Brazil, more scattered showers in central areas of the harvesting areas of Brazil in heading all the way into the weekend temperatures above normal in northern areas of Brazil seeing temperatures rising up into the the eighty s into the ninety s southern Brazil all the way down into Argentina. They are seeing some cooler temperatures mind jude is there wintertime down there temperatures reaching up into about the fifties maybe get into the sixties down in southern harvesting areas of south. America in. Argentina. They have had temperatures dropping below freezing over the last couple of weeks here in the morning times. Look at weather here on the big show eleven eleven sixteen reads the big show clock weather brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers win here for the coalition to support Iowa's farmers. The coalition provides their services at no cost and completely confidential to help farmers successfully and responsibly manage changes on their livestock farms. Visit Support Farmers, dot com to find out more the coalition to support I was farmers, your farm, your family, their focus. Yeah. And of course, Brian in Kenton those sixty, such a wonderful job and really are here to help if you had problems with this storm. Affecting a barn or an operation, you've got some questions why you'll be happy to chat with you on the phone just give them a call at no cost. Well, agriculture supply and demand I mentioned the numbers out just a little bit ago about seventeen minutes ago actually and the market hadn't done much today until the numbers came out and it really still isn't doing a whole lot corn up a quarter to. Three quarters of penny soy beans down one to two cents larger supplies at least as of August I. Remember that's when these numbers are made with the farmer surveys and big crop at that time was getting bigger perhaps that has changed. Now with this week's storms, we'll run that fast don roose coming up but in the meantime, clean water starts here we learn more with Bobbins secretary Mike neck straight ahead. that's the sound fiscal clear flea risked water. And this? Loose landscaping. Yes. Clean water in Iowa starts here with all of US reading label directions improper use of lawn wheat control fertilizers help our water clean remember clean water in Iowa, starts here. This message brought to you by your Iowa Soybean Association and the Iowa soybean check on. All of the highlights of the big show our on our podcast. Go to iheartradio DOT COM search. No big show. Eleven, twenty three on the big show clock. By putting the big show we are talking clean water. It starts here and starts here in Lake City I today. While I mentioned we're on the road today with the big show and we are going to be on the road for the next few Wednesdays because you WanNa talk about clean water and our first guy, we're talking to his marksman Lake City mark grab onto that microphone little bit works your farm were what about four miles outside Lake City? Yes. We're right on highway seventy, five between Lake City and Auburn Now the association bring you today's broadcast. You've been working with Soybean Association as well. You've done some things on your farm that are designed to kind of keep that water clean before gets away from us and you have some buffer strips. We have buffer strips with the soybean association we started with a saturated buffer and vile reactor about four years ago. we have three more scheduled to go in this year of the saturated or of the bio reactors. Bio Reactor Okay tell me a little bit about that. How it works the Bio Reactor. Basically, you take the Wa- The water into A. Body of wood chips where the microbes. Utilize the nitrogen and the water. Exits with less nitrogen going you'll tile drain into that field title underground all underground and and how big that is that. Area your tiles draining but I think ours is something like twenty by sixty. Is the bed of which a lot of people. Who maybe are familiar with? The might be thinking about two feet by two feet that that's a lot of space and you fill it up with wood chips and how good of those ships. Going to work for you how how long they? Usually, as I understand, they're GONNA last ten to fifteen years. And you do cover crops. Well, we do cover crops. We started probably ten years ago in a very small way doing fifty, sixty, eighty acres a year we've grown and last year we. Every acre, we farmed forty seven, hundred acres of rope crop with cover crops. Here's the payoff and we're talking about this. I said, hi, nose stuff's working and you said, well, we've got a river that flows back off one side of the farm here, and for a long time, we didn't catch much in their fish wise and now all of a sudden you've got some game fishing there. Yeah. When I was a kid occasionally caught a catfish but usually you're caught a carp and you know recently my son, this is almost every night down there. East kitchen wise catching bass catfish. You know now have game fish in the river and the water's clear. Not much water right now because of the drought we're in here, but we're catching fish and I think the rivers healthier and used to be you stick around. We're going to talk to you more. We got our first guy of agriculture with us Mike, Nag, our secretary of agriculture. Mike First of all we've been talking to you last couple of days about crop damage. They were talking about something a little bit more upbeat than that, and that is some of the things that guys like marker doing on their farm who keep water clean before it gets anywhere near drinking water supply, and by the way I, I love that you know how mark there's a lot of ways to measure water-quality him talking about fish in the river is a great one right because that that's what it means. To somebody downstream and so that's why this is important. You got to do the right things on your property on on your land, but there's an impact downstream and yeah, we can measure that with lab results. But that's a great way to talk about it is hey, we used to we used to catch fish. Now we do. I, love what's happening here both edge of field practices we're talking about you know the saturated buffers in the bio reactors both of them we're talking about the things infield to. Cover crops no till reduced tillage. So it's a combination of those things and which didn't hear mark say was and we just started doing it all at once, right? nope. They did it over time learned along the way adjusted and that's I. Think a great message that we WANNA get out through this. This campaign is you don't have to do it all at once, but you could start well, we want to see results to and that's the first thing I know when folks call your office and they'll say, okay, you say you're doing these thing. Yeah. So what does it mean? What's the results you have a lot of programs but we are seeing some measurable results we are. It starts with this Iowa did something that I am so glad we did and other states have followed our lead on this and that's that we started with a science assessment. We did the work that I was state. University. Did the work and identified the research that shows us that when you plant a cover crop on an acre of ground, it's going to reduce the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus that leaves that Acre when you install a bio reactor, you're going to see a reduction in nitrogen. We don't have to wonder about that. The science tells us. That's what happens. So we know. That just by counting practices, we can know that we're having an impact, but then we go out and we measure water as well and and and take samples, and we can no there to whether we're seeing the progress that we wanna see talk about about thirty seconds of some of the programs available to farmers. Yeah. So we've got you know your traditional cost share programs you can get into your. County Conservation Office the the USDA NRCS has programs. The state of Iowa has a cost share programs We've got a we think really innovative program on offering a a reduction, your crop insurance premium. If you plant cover crops, there's no nobody else's well I. Guess we've got one St to our East now Illinois is going to do this as well modelled on our program, but it was the first of its kind approach and You know those are just some of the traditional approaches. There's lots of opportunities for how to how to generate credits and trade those credits later on, they'll that'll have value. I think. There's lots of things a lot of. Innovative ways that will be able to bring dollars into conservation. Now, we're GonNa talk more about that throughout the big show today brought to you by the Iowa Soybean Association supported by your soybean checkoff talking about clean water, clean water, program Mike, thirty seconds, or so you drive between the morning city you looked at some of the most serious crop damage, the state of Iowa well, you know yesterday spent time in in northern polk and in story county, and then as you say today and I actually stopped and I had intended to stop and visit with some folks up right at the Calhoun Dream Carroll, county nexus there we were GonNA talk drought. Today, we talked drought and wind. Plugging that tank we deliver propane straight to extend your aunties went through. That's pro pain taxi pay taxes Dot Com let's cook in this weekend. If grilling is your plan, then make it easy on yourself. GO TO PROPANE TAXI DOT COM enter Promo. 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City we are talking about clean water clean water starts here we're going to be launching a campaign. You've been hearing some of the thirty second to public service announcements we running about clean water and how you can become involved in clean water worth with Mark Sh- lifespan today near Lake City he is. A producer who has become very involved with clean water putting some conservation practices in on his farm were partnering Today and on behalf of the Iowa Soybean Association. Big. Thank to the Soybean Association for everything they do as well. Josh Hawks is with me right now Josh a you tell me you're the local conservationist and Calhoun County and our CS. So I imagine you've probably had a little work on the farm here. Yeah, we we've done a lot of work with mark over the years. Yeah Where's IT START I? Mean let's say you have somebody who's maybe going to give you call and say, I like to maybe have you come out and look at things and and maybe recommend some of the practice I can do. Step me through that I usually just tell you contact the office Get get hold of us by phone or Then we can come out and do feel visit and. Things go on and get some maps and everything like that. And usually, we start with just trying to do simple stuff try and talk about all the Kashia right away but try and build that in on the back end. Usually there's there's a lot of opportunities in there for that. So. Yeah. We usually try and get out on the farm and see what's going on these Soybean Association guys who've been working on things like cover crops and that's kind of a big deal. Yeah. There's there's a lot of cover crops going on It's. It's just there. There's a lot of new stuff to, and then marks marks been there for a lot of it so. March done for a long time and. Saturated buffers. One of the things he's doing and that Kinda, just stops water from running away quick. Yeah Saturated Buffer It's just a kind of slow the water down next to a stream edge and then let it Flow through a vegetative to take nutrients out and that's kind of how how works. So I'll tell you what Josh thanks for talking to us a little bit today about this stuff I call. If you're interested Doug give these guys a call, every county right Yep every county? Thank. You so much Josh Hawks with us. He is the local conservationist with Calhoun County and our CS and we're GONNA talk more coming up. We have secretary of Agriculture. Mike. Nike like I said I'm on the mark slice farm and we are talking about some of the conservation practices that are ineffective. We're GONNA talk about some of the results. were seeing as well, and we always like to say we're going forward here in the big show. Clean water starts here doesn't matter where here is clean water starts with us. We need to find out though Andy before we get too far along onto the marketplace understand we have don rose with us. This is a huge day. It's report day. Yeah that's exactly right. Bob World Agricultural Supply and demand report out at eleven o'clock on our good buddy with US commodities and West Moines and. Based on the market reaction here looks like a pretty whole-home report done. Well, you know Good Morning I think when you look at the report first of all from an overall Acre stand or yield standpoint production standpoint price standpoint it was a negative you know we can look at those numbers but I think always this time of year it's more important how you react to the numbers than the numbers funds went in huge shorts on the corn. So they're short-covering China's still underneath. The market on buying beans and so beings are getting a push to the upside. So I think it's more balancing back here from these very low levels but corn production was up by two hundred and seventy eight, million bushels. They put the yield up three point three bill bushels nacre on corn and the ending stocks about five, hundred, twenty, eight, million over this last year. So big numbers probably on the. Corn prices. The government most significant. The government took the price of corn next year for an average of three, ten Bushel down twenty five cents a Bushel remember this last year we were three sixty, a bushel average soybeans much the same They took the yield up a whopping three and a half bushels acre the production up two, hundred, ninety, million, they did increase the demand, one, hundred, million or we even. Have Been in worship but the ending stocks very similar This next year like we had last year around hundred, ten, million bushels there they took the price andy down fifteen cents a Bushel to eight thirty, five for an average price. Remember this last year we eight, fifty five told the being in corn market Most of this dial then is the wheat market with bigger world ending stocks coming under pressure. Did do you think the the storms on Monday don changed things a little bit too and that is You know the attitude might be down towards big crowd not getting bigger anymore. Well possibly but you're exactly right I mean we did have storms and You know the the Rangers are all over the place we're more like a Bushel almost. One point seven BUSHEL yield loss nationally. So you know when you're talking this, one, eighty one, you're back to you know Eighty one eight year closer to a one eighty. You know we see some others that are as far as four BUSHEL NACRE loss nationally but. Either way you look at it and eat those are not game changers. I mean you're taking. A yield that you know probably gets bigger and some of these areas ending stocks you know even if you're at two point eight, billion, you take a three, hundred billion off of that you're still more than we had this last year but that does sort a mix into it we. We think is a catastrophic for anybody that's involved in those particularly central Iowa here in east. But as a nation standpoint, we're not so share that it really makes a big difference. You know it's just a little bit of a tweak on yield every year we lose something to hail to win in this one may be a little bit more and then the rain how much did that make up for the yield but I think going forward. You have to say that we have excess supplies and it's just a matter of how we work off these over supplies probably need a dry drought condition in South America. Now to really change change the overall narrative on this market to bullish versus bearish. So then you mentioned they did some adjusting on price do we think the Rangers may be adjusting to a little bit? You know I think when you get down at these price levels that were already add on new crop corn and even on old crop you know we're pretty low already lot of areas across the belt or sub three dollars on new crop corner talking the average price for this next year three tens I. Think there you have it. I don't think anything about you know the market can't go up. It's a matter of how low is low and how big is big and We know on a continuation chart that may corn went three dollars September tried to go down to that area. So can be S- go down to that area in the Gut flat of harvest that's going to be the question mark. So I think what it really means is on rallies. Careful in thinking to positive Intel, we really figure out how we're GonNa Tuck this crop away. There's going to be storage issues. We know in parts of the Midwest got hit with these storms and you know a slow a slow go on harvest and some of those areas also, we know that so I think it's more of A. Buyer beware type of market yet, and you know we will see how it progresses but No Game Changer on this one to the bullish side I would say it's still remains the same you went in with excess supply a bearish attitude you come out with excess supplies more of a negative attitude but tweaking bounces you can do that from these low levels. That's not a huge surprise. And we'll talk more a little bit about that when we get back together in an hour and ten minutes or so in the meantime don how can we reach you? Yeah you bet can reach us at one, eight, hundred, two, four, seven, four, zero, seven, one. Glad we were able to get in touch with you don we'll do it again don rose US commodities, the West Moines longtime expert commodities broker, and Morgan analyst here on the big show speaking of the. You'll get a kick out of this nate speaking of the Reception issues that we've been seeing the last few days I just got a note here from on the pioneer seats text line it's a, it's a meam of a cell phone and it says I can't get a call out but somehow that person wanting to exempt my student loans or some extended truck warranty can still reach me. They still find a way. It's amazing how those guys go through. Great. But some other ones don't eleven forty four reads the big show clock time. Now, for the three big things, you need to know courtesy of your Iowa soybean farmer and funded by this so I mean checkoff. Expanding the program and extend the deadline to September eleventh for producers to apply for the coronavirus food assistance program the changes follow USDA's review of more than seventeen hundred responses from the public and they expand the types of specialty crops covered under the program to several different thing including de liquid egg market, which was a big selling point for I was secretary of Agriculture Mike Nag who was praised the move USDA secretary sunny produces the announcement will allow more farmers and ranchers the opportunity for assistance required to keep their operations afloat. Again, the deadline to apply now extended to September. Eleventh. and. There may be more money than that. Depending on what happens on Congress and Finance Committee Chair in Ireland Senator Chuck Grassley. Short of a new virus stimulus deal there is on spent money available to help in a, but he says that the best deal would be to get to some stimulus checks, school reopening money and aid to states. Then he's confident twenty billion dollars in Aga-, systems would be in the bill. However, he cast doubt on many new negotiations. I don't know whether it's going to be any more negotiation going on I. Doubt If the White House is going to Baig closely to come back to the table but opposing Schumer, want to sit down and negotiate I'm sure the White House will be there very, very fast. So basically we don't know. At this point, he says there's a sixty seventy billion dollars in unspent health funds in one hundred, fifty billion dollars from Congress to the Federal Reserve's main street lending program for small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofits. Looking at the numbers from the world agricultural supply and demand report. As you were just hearing Don rose talk about we went in with big supplies we came out with even bigger supplies. USDA raised the corn yield by three Bushels Acre to one eighty, one point eight that'd be just over fifteen billion bushels and increase ending stocks by two point seven, eight, million bushels from the July report as far as the soybeans go the also Reduce. The beginning stocks bought the forecast is for higher yields as well. Four point four, two, billion bushels of two, hundred, ninety, million from a month ago levels they also decreased the average soybean price for twenty twenty one by fifteen cents a Bushel to eight, thirty five. You can see all of the specific numbers on the picture website. It is eleven forty seven on the big show clock, and those are the three things you need to know. It's soybean month in Iowa. Hi, it's Ab Peterson to remind you the Iowa Soybean Association champions biodiesel made from a variety of feedstocks including soybean oil. It accounts for one dollar of the market price of soybeans learn more at a slave beans dot com. Yeah absolutely, and we look forward to looking at those yield results as we inch closer and closer to harvest at least in the non storm affected areas of course, that harvest the yield or a couple of things that make you shudder if he had damages their meet at one probably going to be pleasant and twenty twenty I guess added to list is we certainly think about those folks who are still cleaning up. Comment maybe a picture share them to us on the pioneer seeds text line five, one, five, nine, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety, one, nine, nine, five, four, nine, one. Hey, all I'm fifty five on the big shot clock. Bob Quinn the big show clean water Wednesday in Progress Sean McMahon with US Iowa Agriculture Water Alliance. How're you doing today? Just great. Great to be on the show. Again, thrilled to be part of your water quality and I was starts here campaign Bob. You guys you guys are the were where water quality starts though I mean we're just telling we're telling your story really. So again, thanks for letting us do that. Well, we so appreciate your leadership and your vision for this campaign whether you're farmer auroral resident whether you live in a big city or suburb, we can all do our part and we can all do more to improve water quality like Secretary Nag said this morning it's about doing that first thing or that next thing to improve our water quality. Now I want you to run through some programs that might be available first off. Before we get started. You has also measure results and I think that's Keyshawn is is actually being able to show. Okay. What we're doing here does make a difference. Absolutely. Yeah and we've got phenomenal results when it comes to reducing soil erosion in Iowa over the last three decades and reducing sediment and phosphorus. In fact, we've seen phosphorus get reduced by about two percent every year. So we're making amazing progress there however when it comes. To nitrate, we've actually been losing ground and seeing our nitrate loading increase, which is why we're really doubling down on infield practices like fertilizer management and cover crops but on edge effect field practices like we're seeing here at the Schwartzman farm, things like bio reactors and saturated buffers are absolutely critical to moving nitrate from tiles. You also work with municipalities on projects, and that may be a relationship that maybe is lost on a lot of folks. Such great point, Bob? Yeah. We've been really blessed to have fantastic partners like Jonathan Gay no city of Des Moines Public Works Jonathan runs the wastewater utility and the storm water utility. He's partnering with Farmers and Aga- associations investing directly in conservation practices. He put up millions of dollars for the Midwest Agriculture Water Quality Partnership Project that my organization I W way is co leading with idols. so He's been fantastic partner also the city of Cedar Rapids they've been doing great work with farmers upstream of their sitting in the Middle Cedar and the Upper Cedar partnering with groups like the Iowa Soybean Association and really putting a lot of skin in the game. Interestingly both the city of Cedar rapids and Iowa Soybean. Association in the last two years both won the US water a prize of for their work on the one water platform bringing together diverse urban rural partners to help improve water quality about that. Sean thanks for talking to us a little bit. We're talking about clean water here on the big show at clean water Wednesday more markets ahead here on the big show. Hey. Twelve twelve on the big show clock. Bob The big show on the Road Lake City. I with today we are celebrating some clean water projects with the Iowa sweep. Some ta tion also brought you here but folks perks real estate services, farmland auction brokerage, and evaluations Andy and three big things coming up. We're GONNA talk markets as well. We'll see the big show on the road today and we are at the march lifespan farm and we are talking about clean water projects mark. Welcome back to the microphone You know I have to say that this almost a picture perfect day little cloudy but cool and you guys look like you. Splash water here I was gonNA say the only thing that would make it better rain with no wind. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we'd certainly like share some of the water that other parts in state or getting. So tell us a little bit about some of the things you're doing. You're here we have been working with the Iowa soybean. Association. We've been talking about clean water projects and you're our first stop on the road show for the next couple three months. But I know you're doing some edgefield practices. Yes. What got me started with the soybean association was putting in bio reactor and saturated buffer, and we're putting more bio reactors coming up this summer. And that's been done with the assistance of the soybean association kind of. Doing a lot of the paperwork side of which has been great. I don't like paperwork and they seem to do most of that for me. Tell me a little bit about the lay your land here. you got river on one side I know we just live a half mile off the raccoon river pretty well everywhere we farm drains into the river in one way or another. So we're really conscious of what's what's going on in the river and the streams going into it. Why is it a big deal for you? Lived here all my life and nothing better than seeing a healthy river and you know we we like to fish kids trap. We spent a lot of time down at the river. You were talking about some of the results I said, how do you know what stuff's work and yet a perfect example that in my mind? Anyway, you were talking about that maybe there was a time in the river you couldn't catch what you call some great game fish but now you can yeah I mean when I was a kid mostly we carp and now you can catch Walleyes and Bass and other game fish and it's just it's because it's Healthier River how long you've been plant cover crops. We started about ten years ago and we're up to every acres cover crops. Now we use rape radishes tricky Kaley oats. A little bit of everything kind of prescription. We're going to graze it. It'll get a different mix. We try to raise as much as we can if we got fences and water but so if somebody calls you on the phone said. What's the big deal with cover crops way tell? I like you know the grazing is the biggest moneymaker out of it. If we can graze those cover crops were actually putting money in our pocket or saving money that we're not spending on feed other than that. It's the soil health I. Mean you can. You can just tell the soils healthier. It's firmer at harvest time but. It's got more airspaces in it. When it rains, it takes the water. The cover crops have helped with weed control. kind of the whole gamut that. Gets talked about with cover crops, I think we've seen it all well, mark this the guy that does actually hosting us here today we're GonNa talk with Heath Ellison here he says the Conservation Agronomist Iowa Soybean Association. So you Kinda work in the planning in with these guys. Yeah. Absolutely we've We've got mark part of our river partnership project, which is watershed project appear hundred, ten, thousand Acre watershed, and working with farmers in the area on doing some of our edgefield practices, the by reactor. So saturated buffers. Working with them to to get signed up for cover crops through our WTY funding I would apartment of Agin land stewardship. So a lot of work going on in the area and a lot of projects we get involved in are you call the farm to river? What's that all? So the firm River Partnership project is a collaboration between I would department of Egging Land Stewardship I was leaving association and. Agriculture Clean Water Lions, which is an association of the egg retailers in the Raccoon Moines. River watershed. So appear working closely with new co OP, Landis and Nutrient egg solutions. So they've sponsored this watershed project. We have some funding from Iowa Alliance to water quality initiative projects. We have funding for edgefield practices like bio reactors, saturated buffers, cover crops, practices like that. So what are some of the things you're working on? Right now, we're talking cover crops. So we're we're looking to sign up about sixty five hundred acres or cover crops in the watershed this year, this hundred ten, thousand, acre watershed we've got a twenty dollar. Per Acre incentive payment for guys sign up and and. Working with mark and getting a couple more bio reactors. Installed and we've got some more sites that we're looking at around the watershed for those as well. Okay. Bio Reactor seems to be kind of a hot phrase and the way understand it basically is you're taking the water out of the field through field tile and sticking it into a filter. Then Yep, absolutely we're diverting that field tile through a wood chips biology and those chips is converting. Nitrate in the water into nitrogen gas preventing that nitrate then for moving on downstream. So it's one of our our water quality improvement practices, and it's one that that doesn't necessarily benefit individual farmer. There's no return on that, and that's why we work with partners like idols and water. Alliance to fully. Fund. The implementation of those practices you said that because it's been emphasizing is some of the things that marks doing doesn't necessarily benefit. But it benefits people downstream from absolutely. So when we when we work with farmers, we want to focus on profitability, right? So infield research, no strip till cover crops. How does that lend a long-term properly but we know we have to do some mitigation works and work beyond those Infield Practices Edgefield practices, and we tried to find partners that can help us help us support that work because important that our farmers and landowners are willing to implement. But we were getting that downstream benefit and we don't want them to absorb that entire cost. Now, let me ask you about thirty six. How do you know what's work? lots of ways, marks, anecdotal evidence. Improvement in water quality, we do a lot of monitoring on these practices particularly the bio reactor. So every up here, every third week throughout the summer, we're testing the water. Below the bio reactor and we can we can evaluate how how how much nitrate dust removing we usually see forty to eighty percent nitrate reduction. Okay. Out of those practices and how long does chips last? We know they're going to last at least ten years. We think the last longer. But we know we're going to be able to go at least that long with them he fell us with us conservation Guatemala's is swimming association. So we've got some folks who listening and see how it no more about that. How can they find? How can they find you absolutely they can reach out to me on my on my phone five, one, five, three, three, four, one, zero, four, five I strongly suggest checking out the. Ice Way beans dot Com Gore website and go to the research tab. There's a ton of information not just about what we work on water quality and conservation, but also what our team does for Infield research and our analytics team a ton awesome tools out there to help make informed decisions focused on conservation profitability he thanked talking to US markets ahead here on the big show. Here. On a Wednesday navy. Peterson the big show Bob Quinn. Is debut in a brand new campaign with their friends the I mean association department of Agony and Stewardship and many other valued partners including the nation conservancy the Nature Conservancy Rather Hagi manufacturing montaigue and I will corn Growers Association a lot of other folks it's called clean water starts here, and you may be saying what do you mean clean water starts here well as wherever you are whatever you were doing there things that we can all. Contribute, to the cause at twelve, thirty seven, let's go with the three big things you need to know, and I are brought to you by the Iowa Soybean Association power by the soybean checkoff. Adding to the list of additional commodities available for Corolla. Virus Food Assistance Program, payments USDA also extending the deadline for producers to apply to September eleventh that changes follow USDA review of more than seventeen hundred responses from the public and they're spending the types of specialty crops covered including liquid egg producers, which was a big initiative of I was secretary of Agriculture Mike Nag Given the strength of the egging. Liquid, egg industry here in the state ask secretary, Sonny Perdue says, the changes will give farmers and ranchers the opportunity for more assistance that's needed to keep their operations float farm groups including the American. Farm Bureau requested the changes in recent letter to Secretary Perdue as a the sign up so far has been fairly slow only about twenty five percent of producers taking advantage of the coronavirus through assistance program. Will. Being more money prospects of the stimulus bill up in the air certainly, and I was Senator Charles Grassley says that would be the best deal for agriculture's. You'd get probably twenty billion dollars or so out of that, if they were to be say a deal that involves stimulus checks school reopening money and aid to states and cities, but he also doesn't hold out much hope on the. Round of negotiations I don't whether it's going to be any more negotiation going on I doubt if the White House is going to beg plsy to come back to the table but a PLO seen Schumer wanted to sit down and negotiate. I'm sure the white also be there very very fast. So I guess we'll see after those executive orders over the weekend Grassley does say that there's between sixty and seventy billion dollars in unspent health funds and one hundred, fifty billion dollars from Congress to the Federal Reserve Main, street lending program for small and medium sized businesses and nonprofits. Looking at the numbers from today's world agricultural supply demand report, which was released just as the big show starts at eleven o'clock market actually reacting positively to these numbers after an initial down reaction as the cup size increased maybe he wasn't quite as big as expected Don rose has analysis here coming up but the basic summary of this thing is that Corn was forecast the crop this year fifteen point three, billion bushels. It's almost three hundred million higher than a month ago seasons. First Survey corneal forecast put a record one point one, one, eighty, one point, eight bushels per acre is a little over three higher than a month ago. In fact, they're forecasting record yields in Minnesota and South Dakota. Wonder about well, they did the lower beginning stocks on soybeans, believe it or not due to the trade purchases made by China but production total four point four, two, billion bushels that's almost three hundred billion higher than a month ago, and they lowered the season average price by fifteen cents a Bushel, twenty, twenty, and twenty, twenty, one to eight, thirty five. You can see all of the. On the big show website, it's forty and those are the three things you need to know. It's soya bean month in Iowa and the Iowa Soybean Association is driven to deliver support pig farmers Heights Peterson. Did you know pork exports generate jobs and three point nine billion dollars to the US soy industry again, at I eight soybeans dot com. Well, it is time. Now to head up to Lake City Iowa, believe located extracted whatever Bob, Quinn from the the conversation going on around and all of the excitement around the unveiling of this brand new campaign clean water in Iowa starts here Bob. What can you tell us where you bet we have andy thank you so much again. Thanks to everyone who's been working so hard restoring cell service around the state of Iowa because we are experiencing that as well. Coming through some of the heaviest crop damage we've seen in a lot of years clean while I wanted I starts here secretary of Agriculture. Is with us right now, Secretary Nag. Again, we're getting some traction out in the countryside. We get some results as well. We really are and and you know it's enlarge part to its partners. That's my love about what we do is we rely on partners to to go and do the work on the ground, and you're talking to a couple of the folks that are good examples of folks that are outworking toe to toe with producers, and because this is one of the things that were committed to is that conservation practices or not one size fits all if you've got A. CADILLAC, operation cover crops make a ton of sense and they've got some real dollars that you can return to the bottom line. You know but that's unique That's a different situation than if you're a pork producer or you don't have livestock and your landscape of course matters, and so that's where we we know that there's there's no There's no easy button here. There's no one's one size fits all type solution, and that can make this work some challenging but when you get the partners engaged and you go across the state and you show the benefits and you show the results. You start to see Ben as you start to see action and you start to see folks implementing practices I wanna ask he Ellison here the Conservation Agronomist Iowa's Waving Association Mentioned programs that are coming up and available what are you talking about? Yeah. So we've got a big project coming up resource conservation partnership project, which is funding from NRCS. Dedicated Quality Incentive program funding we've been awarded nine point eight million dollars over the next five years to implement conservation in the north. Raccoon. So infield practices like cover crops, no till strip till some nutrient management and some of the constructed edgefield practices by reactor saturated buffers, ox bows, couple of wetlands we're going to try to put in. So got some serious funding coming for the area through this program, and we've got staff available to help me. Better, conservation agronomy team that's going to be able to go out to the farm meatless farmers and spent some time helping them get these practices in place is that with the Soybean Association? Yes. We've had a lot of partners on that like like my next is is a ton of partners twelve or fifteen different partners, but I always leaving associations as lead, and we'll be working with local conservation districts and our CS offices to get that project. Eight. Thanks for talking to us a little bit and thanks for being part of our first broadcast of clean water starts here Secretary Nag I gotta ask. You question when people call you up and say, okay, I, hear you out there talking on the big show about all these deals going on in the countryside. Tell me. How you know it's working. I can see the evidence and we know that when we count practices when we see that we're over a million acres, cover crops and headed for two when we can go and count the number of wetlands that are that are being installed across the state. You know we can measure a lot of different ways than we do I can tell you this we've never had as much. Focus we've never had as much awareness. We've never had as many partners. We've never had as much funding and we've never had as much activity related to conservation as we have now in the state of Iowa, and that's saying something because state of Iowa has been a leader in conservation or for literally decades and so proud of that work and in. So many ways we're just getting started, but there's a tremendous amount of momentum and you know again, we're GONNA I'm glad we get to talk about this over the next couple of weeks because now an important time to be thinking about fall and and obviously making plans for Spring and conservation. Should be and I hope it is going to be a part of that. Water starts right here starts right with the big show guys. Andy we're GONNA take a look at what's going on in the marketplace and we've act to wrap up our clean water broadcast coming up on the big show. And look at Midwest cropping conditions with Nathan Fisher courtesy here of hurts real estate services, farmland auctions, brokerage, and evaluations. Relate services brings you nate's look around the mid West Yeah. I've been a couple of dry days for the most part across the state of Iowa after having that duration come through on. Monday Home calm calm. Calm relatively called. Suppose everything's relatively calm compared to Monday. The isn't it Andy? Boy? No, kidding we are. We are seeing some rain of just just north of the Iowa border a little bit of light rain reaching down into the state of I but some heavier rain showers up in Minnesota across the southern Minnesota. They're also some heavier rain showers in the eastern parts of the state of Missouri could see temperatures today should be right in the mid eighties today another day clean up from. Some of that duration of storm damage just earlier in the week look at whether on the big show brought you hurts real estate services hurts real estate services for all your farmland sale needs hurts his the first call to make learn why personalized customer care is all about farmland auctions brokerage valuation seventy plus years of experience will benefit you. They entered five, nine, three, five to six three or anytime at hurts dot egg. Don Rose neck on the big show. that's the sound fiscal, clear clean risked water. Before you dump anything down that sink remember clean water start here with all of us whatever you put in that sinks be removed before the next person uses that water. Don't just dump it down the drain in. Iowa. Clean water starts with all this message brought to you by your Iowa Soybean Association, the soybean checkoff. OPT, to the minutes commodity prices and markets analysis that makes sense. This is a big Joe. The big show wrapping up today my went on the road we're talking with Mark A. Big Thank you to mark the hostess. Lake City. I will mark thanks for hosting US IN YEAH PAT on the back for all the stuff you're doing to make sure that water stays clean for it gets down for the rest of us. Yes I. Just encourage others to step in and do something also just start slow whether it be a cover crop edgefield practice just try something. Well, one of the places you can call and find out what you can try and what might be available is the Iowa Slovene Association Aaron. Patsy, you're with us right now heard about a lot of programs today work. Can we find out more and then how can we get? involved. With this, well, a great place to start is with a soybean dot com. That's the website. That's where a lot of this information resides whether it's the kind of conservation working practices that we have in place but all the ways that were driven just delivered Iowa soybean as we've heard today, farmers are also driven deliver better water big. Thank you. The Iowa Soybean Association Don rose and Andy in the markets wrapping up the big show. Report Day today Don rose US commodities in west the moines after we last talked on the market turned around particularly the soybean market up seventy eight cents what What did the trade figure out? Where yeah. Good afternoon Andy I think you know the bottom line is it's a market that already at low prices, we're not sure you know really how much damage is done out here more on corn versus the soybeans China is the big elephant in the room there underneath the market buying at the all the time almost on a weekly basis, a weekly basis and I think the question mark I have to ask yourself Andy is, do you think we put in the lows for the year in the middle of August prior to getting into harvest and you know I think our bet is Is that this is a market that probably grinds lower and tries to figure out if we can talk these large supplies away from the market but you know Iowa corn yield was put up two Bushels Acre at two Oh two and I think you have to say that's off right now the soybean yield Anaya was put at fifty eight Bushels Acre but we had record yields in a number of states, corn and soybeans across the Midwest so big crop out there I was bent back here from the storm but you know I think still big crops abundant supplies out here yet andy. I figured you were GonNa tell me it was something that you said that turn the market around singlehandedly it. Well you know sometimes you'd like to believe that but that. That's probably a wish it will. How can we talk to you directly done? Yeah you bet andy can reach us at one, eight, hundred, two, four, seven, four, zero, seven, one, there goes down rose one of the best in the business as was love hearing from him on report data sift through the numbers quickly and break it all down and then very coherent and simple fashion for us US commodities in West, Des Moines is where you find don and of course. If, the number you just provided thanks to eight for keeping US on time today unveiling clean water in Iowa starts here super exciting, new partnership beer on the show. Your next shot at a thousand bucks rush limbaugh are five minutes away.

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You'll get a confirmation text and info data and message rates apply. Can this nationwide contest absolutely the best Alexi into that returning phone call from an unknown number so pleasure to be able to offer you the chance to help out with your bills. Dennis Daddy is here. Director Usda Midwest climate hub, as we got the drought monitor out a little earlier today that showed increasing dryness, not only in the state of Iowa, but off to the east as well. Hey, Dennis, what's going on? Oh wits. We're having all kinds of fun trying to do some rain dance for some people here well. I've been asking people about their into. Dances particularly Kevin Ross. Who who lives down around the Mendon area, they're kind of in the middle of this and Eric Schultz. and. They both, said Dennis that The rain dance has gotten to the point that it requires extensive stretching beforehand, or there's a lot of soreness involved. I was on a call with them. Some extension folks yesterday. They were complaining at each other that somebody had actually received four tenths of an inch of rain and somebody else had i. mean that's how bad it works. We're getting four tenths of inches of rain and people jealous of that right now so. I mean we really aren't a situation right now? At Central Iowa, west central even West Iowa. We've turned very dry recently as you get it the western part of Iowa dry last cup to three months. That were you know we have lost some corn? On some of the poor ground. With a better ground is even showing some of the stress. We're really kind of the the worst of it in the corn belt. Now with the US Drought Monitor D to Severe Drought Conditions Right now in central West Central Iowa. There are parts of the eastern part of the corn belt, and I'm talking Ohio parts of Michigan Parts of Indiana that have worsened. They're not quite as bad right now. Some of the heat recently as is really hit them, but you know I was probably the worst off and all the Delta this point. Yeah those folks that we're talking about central and western was basically I thirty five and West in some form of drought, now according to the Monitor. Its Tail Dennis of of two years in two extremes because last year it was way too wet and now this year. It's like somebody just shut off the Faucet. Right well, and we've even got a bit of that this year around the corner belt You've got Illinois had some problems, but they're. They're wet. southern Wisconsin has been pretty much wet all year. They've been fine He's had some flip flops. In the DAKOTAS, they were dry. They were some dry earlier now. They become wet it's just that We've not had that flip-flop in in in a part of Iowa and even the eastern part of Iowa, which has generally been bit wetter. We're staying some. Some drying out there I was looking at some numbers and starting Marshall Town for the last thirty days. They can dry as ever for the last thirty days. they are like a quarter of an inch of rainfall in Marshall County, so we're getting some some spreading that dry area into into sent further into central and eastern part of eastern I two. Oh! Yeah, it's been a while since we've seen. Severe drought. Designation here in the State of Iowa. Parts of southern Iowa a couple years ago, a few counties down there that that saw but I think there's parts of nine counties. If I counted correctly that are that are in it this week, so It's been a few years since we've seen that that that Wiedeman area. Correct correct yeah, Dennis Eighteen twenty eighteen Missouri. Had A pretty bad situation and extended up into bottom tier, two tiers of counties, a little bit You know the issues. There was some crop issues that you're pastor was hit Missouri had some other some other issues, and that's kind of what we're seeing here to corn we we're seeing problems. The cord thing problems with even seeing some things with soybeans already well quite ground. Soy beans or shop, pasture, and range, land, or not not much rain pasture in Iowa, Alfalfa is showing the effects of across much of the western part of the state where second cuttings of Hey, cutting alfalfa had. Very minimal that part could come back around to bite us here. We're going to have to be looking at how we deal is storage and Fee for some of, our livestock. so the question on everybody's mind here Dennis not to put you on the spot, but is there any Is there any relief in sight? I will say yes, and no already. Says it depends. Are you sound like the? Economists on hand, yes, on the other hand, no! I mean that what we do see. Part of our problem has been throughout much of the early part of this year very warm or warmer than average conditions, so not only where we dry again you have additional heat that is making cross transpire quickly. See are drier soils. That'd be dried quickly. that looks like it's going to eat a little bit as we get the first part of August that We won't be quite as warrant breakaway as we have. there are continuing to be chances for rain western Iowa parts of Western. Iowa Hudson Spotty rain again today. so. The the problem we're having is not getting enough those spotty rates, so we are going to get. Continue to get chances for rate all They will be mostly isolated so if you're lucky enough to get those things that good shape. If you don't unfortunately not do, we see a big pattern change coming not yet I don't see a big pattern change that gets us really wet coming up into the first part of odds. With Intel right so. That's where we are. You were talking about bragging about ten seven inch Kevin Ross talking about counting rainfall by the drops. You know that it's not could appreciate your time as always. Happy to do it. You guys have a good day. Yep Youtube Dennis Totti. Director Usda's midwest climate hub located at the. University as drought is expanding across the state of Mark. On, we go with the big show on a Thursday Eighty Peterson and the big show today twin returns on Sunday Nathan Fisher has marked information and midwest profit conditions. Coming up Jim Nets will analyze marketplace. Corn has turned around now. Up a penny or two, being down three or four cents for most of the day including when big show started so. Much too much to talk about there's or give you that up to the minute analysis that you've come to expect each and every day from the big show speaking of up to the minute analysis Late yesterday afternoon, USDA released I suppose an update of sorts on their looking to disruptions into the cattle market, following that fire at the Holcomb Kansas Plant almost a year ago now and then the whole cloven nineteen situation. Good big show, Buddy Deputy Co, the cattlemen's association has been obviously looking into what's going on in the market, and they've been advocating for more transparency and. More negotiated trade so. Hey Matt welcome back to the big show. Good to have you today I. See your were you? Were you out of the Madison? County Fair there when it was one hundred and fifteen in the shade for a couple of days. Well well for at least one day. Andy Yes, yeah, we're able to social distancing. Get a few four H. camps. Where each cavs shown, but certainly my my focus has been cattle, market, complex, and with the Iowa cattlemen's association. involved in that discussion. You guys down there in Madison County picked the hottest day of the year for the steer show. How did you manage to do that? I it happens every so often. On top of the hill a little breeze, so we were to go there. Good to go there. That's awesome. So what's your reaction here to WHAT USDA had to say today afternoon. While I think it opens the door publicly from USDA's perspective that yes, we need some type. Of some types of legislative or regulatory type fix his Maybe connected to most most likely connected to the way the packer participate. and hopefully more consistently and in each region at each plant to provide price discovery transparency to the market. so that that's the overall in that that kind of comes up when we get into the conclusions, but let's not forget right off the top of this report. USDA comes out. And says you know. The investigations are ongoing so the DOJ. Packers and stockyards are still investigating both the market disruptions three. The hokum time fire as well as cove in nineteen. Yeah I mean they. They said specifically that both quote clearly disrupted the markets and processing systems responsible for the production and sale of a US beef, so that I guess I took to be a positive sign for what you folks are trying to accomplish. Right, right so when you get down to report about midway through it talks about other considerations, actually falls right into our hands. We're working on some policy. That's going to the national cattlemen's Beef Association Summer Business, meeting that we've got sixteen other states signed onto in one is in regard to the organization's position on price discovery, in whether we need a government intervention, or not would be. This resolution would be proactive that way with some some connections to research in finding regional appropriate levels of price, discovery and types of trade that we can get price discovery out of. And then went to this report. We'll talk about Elmar livestock marking. livestock livestock mandatory reporting in its reauthorization. certainly our policy talks about those regionally appropriate robust negotiated trade levels and what considerations need to be made. If some some regions fallen confidentiality, so do not report. so lots of things up in the air right now, but again I just go back to as we look at this report and we get down to the other considerations. This is Usda saying yes, these discussions are valid. we need to continue to work forward on them. and potentially through livestock, mandatory recording, reauthorization, and likely are senators in Iowa that are pushing for a hearing. connected to the Senate AG Committee in the cattle market very valid their points. Yeah the other thing about this report, is it? It said right out basically right off the top math that it didn't have anything to do. With potential violations of the packers and stockyards act, and if they found anything there, they could report that to the DOJ, so it more of a status report. I guess than than anything. Yet no, it is a status report and as you get down to those considerations as as per what USDA is looking at in terms of making more transparent reports for everyone based on the slide and the slip of percentage of marketing in the negotiated trade bucket Certainly, there's some opportunities there so it is rewarding now that you know our our guys and gals across the state of Iowa I've been really really deep in this discussion in to to from my perspective impactful, and we're GONNA continue working forward on both how we get more transparent reports understand what the value of a fed steer a different part of the country is. as well as the fundamentals provide balanced price discovery across the country, and that's what I was GonNa ask you real quick here. Matt for people who aren't as extensively involved in the conversation as you guys have been time and effort to. Develop the deep understanding of these markets, and how they work How would the higher negotiated trade than lead to better better discovery better transparency in the marketplace? So. Negotiations for the bid mask. Type series event most times in online market, a fifty cent of our producers utilized to market their fake cattle. Those trades are sent directly and right away. TO USDA AMS reported out daily. And then USDA realizes them. and so it's it's a signal mechanism, not just for producers understand almost on the dying the quickest possible some public information. What the value effects theory is. In there, par- their state, their region or other regions. But also sends those signals to things like live cattle, futures, contract in the the folks that that partake in that from risk management standpoint, a hedge and stand point a speculative standpoint. More signals. Control, volatility in that case, so very very important We've seen an erosion of this type of transparency in and specifically to alternative marketing arrangements. We call them formula market. in, so it's really really important that we look at this right now is that the industry transforms? That we make sure that we maintain transparency within our market, true market in that derivative contract and live cattle, futures, contract for the certainty in the longer term outlook, our producers. Well as you mentioned I know you've got a ton of hours in on this and a lot of time and effort a lot of hard work to on behalf, violence cattle producers, so we certainly appreciate that and are also excited to see you. Folks safely of course on Isla State's campus here in a couple of weeks to the governor's charity Easter show. That's exactly right. August Fifteenth and those of you that they can't make it. We've invested in time and resources, and making sure that that thing is live cast. And so, it's going to look the same on the screen. It'd be less people there, but plenty of opportunities to. Show how Iowa's cattle industry cares for others in community, and it happens type of thing through the charity of the Ronald McDonald houses. Yup raise the money the for Ronald McDonald houses. Their need for funding hasn't changed so thanks back. We'll see you then. Bank you much. Yeah you bet debbie show buddy CEO Iowa cattlemen's association here with us, today on the big show. It's twelve forty four. On the big show clock three big things you need to know now brought to you by or I with soybean farmer and funded by the soybean checkoff. Looking for numbers in this Corona virus relief package I was senator. Joni Ernst sits on the Senate. Ag Committee says that the package will likely including additional twenty billion dollars in commodity, Credit Corporation funding in addition to the fourteen billion. That's already been authorized in the previous package, but not yet utilized by USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue also says that they are looking at further aid through the coronavirus food assistance program, considering adding more commodities to the program and evaluating what farmers need for future relief. Eating better you. Dietary guidelines out from a group called the dietary guidelines for America's committee, including the nation's leading medical doctors and nutrition scientists for the first time it includes specific recommendations for individuals from birth to two years old, and more specifically than that highlighting the need for pregnant women, infants and toddlers to eat eggs to improve their health. They unequivocally confirmed that eggs as a first food is an important food for toddlers and for pregnant women, and they also highlighted holy, which is a really important nutrient that's critical for brain, health and development, and suggested that feeding anger. The first food for toddlers can reduce allergies. Yeah, so number one egg producing state certainly. Things that we have known, but it's always nice to have. That confirmed according to American board president and CEO Emily Mets, she also says the report shows that generally Americans. Don't get enough choline daily just to eggs. A day can drastically change that statistic. Increasing drought latest US drought monitor released just a bit ago shows that the moderate to severe drought to areas of the now included or expanded to encompass most of western Iowa west of I thirty five, in fact that he severe drought category now includes parts of ten counties in Western. Iowa talked with Dennis. Totti the USDA's midwest climate hub chief, and you can hear that conversation on expanding dry weather and chances for rainfall in podcast form if you missed it out. Out on the big show website twelve forty-six now on the big show clock, and those are the three things you need to know connecting the ninety eight percent of Iowans who don't farm with two percent? Who Do that's the Iowa Food and family project when trusted modern agriculture grows, grows to find out more at eye of food and family dot Com gymnast gets the final word talking markets and the turnaround to the corn market straight ahead in the big show. Have a comment. Maybe a picture. Share them to us on the pioneer seeds text line, five, one, five, nine, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety, one. That's nine, nine, nine, five, four nine want. Jim Nimitz get certified work. Today's are closing number on the big show, expert, marketing, tennis, futures and Jim What's going on corn wise, it turned around here about what forty five minutes or so, and now is in the green in the positive territory? What changed? I really don't know any really changed. I think you just gotTa? Say the support area again three thirty two and a half below that area you know we talked about three thirty or just couldn't get any more sellers in there and I if I had to get when I see at the end of the day here, but it's just fun buying in here. There are some people trying to a bottom in here as well to retain some ownership in there and also get some calls purchased in here. To cover some previous sales, we've already made so I mean that might be some of it. We're sitting Heisman, three, thirty, six and three quarters. We're at three thirty six right now. Go back. That number that I said earlier on the program is thirty six to thirty eight. I think it's a big area, and then it's going to be that gap. So I really don't think anything has changed per se I. Think it's just we're seeing some short-covering in there. And maybe some pictures right now. as far as targets. Go Jim. You, still pretty hopeful. It sounds like maybe three sixty five new crop corners good level. Yeah I still think that if we can get through this gap, 'cause earlier, forty, three, forty, two to three, forty, three and three quarters, if we can get a good close in here and causing more short-covering their push through the gap, then I think we could you know it's going to depend on some weather in here as well and also more demand, but. Yeah I think we could get up at three sixty to sixty five is a you know would be the next objective after the forty three and three quarters area, and I am gotten any ultimately telling me that I was wrong so I guess after that then I would say that three eighty eight. How do we get in touch with Y'ALL JIM to? Go ahead I missed. That again. No I was just going to say. How do we get in touch with you here to continue the conversation directly? You can call three, one, nine, eight, six, two, zero, eight, zero, or even contact us through our website at MSI. Futures Dot Com. They goes Jim Damage. Is Our expert market analyst today? It's the final word on the big show. Can it markets? And maybe some sense for some positively or behind a rally in the marketplace from the fundings, or find certainly maybe a Chinese buying, but maybe also this drought monitor as we see increasing dryness, creeping in across parts of the state of Iowa, infect whatever ten counties now parts of ten counties in your garage, according to the University of Nebraska. Lincoln and USDA worked together on. The drought monitor sort of the gold standard in terms of. What's happening with dry conditions across the country? You can see that monitor and you can also hear Dennis Totti's tape on things point hub director in podcast form on big show website. Thanks to Nathan keeping US on time and up to date your next shot at a thousand bucks to help pay your bills along with rush. Limbaugh five minutes away.

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Trillion-dollar babies

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

08:37 min | 2 years ago

Trillion-dollar babies

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sino an enterprise e signature solution, create custom workflows and get documents. Like triclean signed from any device, save thousands of dollars on paperwork closed deals up to four times faster and enjoy seamless integration. With the cloud platforms. You already use? Visit sign now dot com slash marketplace. And get a free thirty day trial and by alliance for lifetime income an organization dedicated to educating and raising awareness about how annuities can solve retirement income needs because income planning that includes protected monthly income solutions helps ensure you'll never outlive your money in retirement. Find out if making annuities of vital component of your portfolio is the right choice for you. Learn more at retire your risk dot org. Surprise relief. For home buyers in New York, I'm Sabrina shore in for David Brancaccio who's on assignment since the government shutdown started more than a month ago. We haven't gotten some official government data, but we still have private sector. Sources among them. The national association of realtors it'll release home sales numbers later this morning and help us get a read on the state of the housing market. Analysts are expecting the report to show existing home sales fell in December winter is typically a slower time for home sales. But a recent dip in mortgage rates may bring more buyers out of the cold. Marketplace's Amy Scott has more the average interest rate on a thirty year mortgage has fallen about half a percentage point since November to around four and a half percent analysts. Greg McBride with Bank rate says uncertainty about the economy has driven more investors into bonds. And when demand for bonds goes up yields the interest paid on those bonds come down and the yields on mortgage backed bonds, which really are. The fundamental component of pricing in terms of what's being quoted a mortgage borrowers, those rates come down as well on a two hundred thousand dollar mortgage. The difference could save home buyers more than one hundred bucks a month and almost eighteen thousand dollars over the life of the loan. Andy Walden with data firm black? Knight says the dip could also revive demand for refinancing. Or now a million more homeowners than have incentive to refinance. Meaning they could shave at least three quarters of a percent off their interest rate, but they may not have lung. The fed is expected to raise rates at least twice this year and mortgage rates typically follow I'm Amy Scott for marketplace. Snap or the federal food assistance program is despite the government shutdown funded through February, but whether people were will receive benefits in March is very much up in the air, Janet and reports the federal government asked states to distribute the food assistance early. So it wouldn't be affected by the shutdown but getting benefits early can lead to confusion recipients have to budget the amount over a longer stretch of time. More concerning is what would happen if snap doesn't get its March funding Craig Gundersen economics, professor at the university of Illinois. We're talking ten million more people who would be suffering from food, insecurity, roughly, thirty eight million Americans get the benefit which comes out to around one hundred twenty five dollars a month, if snap benefits aren't renewed the negative effects could cascade into the broader US economy says Joseph persuade us chief economist at tax and consulting company r s m we could put the economy in such dire straits that it could possibly. Dip into recession later this year. Respond says that's not a great way to start off the economy in twenty nineteen in New York. I'm Janet bobbin for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. The footsie in London is down seven tenths of a percent. Dow s and p NASDAQ futures are down in the eight tenths to full one full percent range with the Dow future down one hundred and eighty eight points the ten year treasury yield is at two point seven five percent. We recently heard from friend in New York New York who wanted to let us know that she appreciates marketplace's indepth reporting, and that we help her better understand the economic and political issues of the day to join friend in supporting trustworthy, objective journalism. Donate online at marketplace dot ORG. Thanks to all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by with Sabi. Hot cloud storage. If your company's thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, check out the company. That's rethinking cloud storage with Sabi is less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. Plus, it's eighty percents cheaper and six times faster than Amazon S three with no egress fees. Experience. It for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was ambi-. The fertility rate in the United States is falling and has been for the last three years, according to the centers for disease control and prevention for Tilleke as in average number of births per woman, the district of Columbia has the lowest fertility rate, South Dakota has the highest there is a connection here between fertility and the economy and to help us understand more. We're joined by Gretchen Livingston senior researcher at pew Pew Research Center. Good morning. Hi. So the CDC says the average woman has one point seven seven babies down from one point eight to in two thousand sixteen one point eight four and two thousand fifteen what's going on. Why is our birthright declining? Well, there are a number of things going on in the near term. We definitely have seen a continued downtick and fertility ever since two thousand seven when the great recession hit. So certainly, we know there's a link between the economy and fertility. Meaning when the economy's not doing so well for tilde doesn't. Tend to be very high either. But at the same time, you know, by many measures, the economy has recovered and for Tilleke has not. So a lot of experts are kind of surprised by that is Ernie clues to y fertility hasn't rebounded since the recession. You know, some suspect that there continues to be some feeling of financial insecurity among people, even though when we look at the broad numbers, we seize at there has been an economic recovery. There's also just some long term trends that really don't relate to the recession at least not directly that have led to really long term declines in fertility like the postponement of bursts across the board. And so why is that we've seen huge declines in teen births over the years, and this is a trend that's been going on for decades and other factors that are contributing include the fact that people in general are getting more education. There's a lot more people getting college degrees now than was the case several decades ago and for the most part. Tend to delay childbearing while they're in school and also delay marriage. Do we need a growing population to be economically healthy, you know, I think experts have varying opinions on this on the one hand. Some experts would say, you know, resources are limited and we're fine where we are in terms of fragility at the other end of the spectrum. There's experts who feel pretty strongly that we need to have more for Tilleke growth in order to ensure you know, a larger labor force moving forward. I mean, I think something else that needs to be thrown into this equation, though is immigration. You know, we've been talking only about fertility but immigrants are also coming into this country. And of course, they contribute to the labor force as well. So that's another factor that needs to be considered Gretchen Livingston is a senior researcher at the Pew Research Center. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Our producer. Are Victoria, Craig Michael if Khin Janaki meta Danielson and Sasha Woodruff in New York, I'm Sabrina short with the marketplace morning report. From APM American public media. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the United States postal service. Every day. We talk about how innovative companies are reinventing the way business happens. But none of that's possible without the right people to enable it people who get packages to over one hundred and fifty million delivery points affordably and on time with the latest technology and expertise. So who can help you deliver the future of commerce, the United States postal service? 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

3:01:00 hr | 9 months ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is at the top of their field. The new the potential of the science that they were working on and. They. Did. They know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work went on during the Manhattan project. And after. It became clear that there would be a bomb developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that, some of the Chicago scientists especially, and they developed the bulletin of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago to work on trying to control the use and thoughts and opinions about this new power they had unleashed after the Matlab in Chicago achieved its. Goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor, both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose some the scientists continued the work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power, specifically, some of the peaceful purposes of it and they continued that work at Argonne National Laboratory in Lamont, which still exists still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly may be dangerous to people around it at the same time there is also concerns that the Germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in Chicago could become a target. During the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well. Yes. In fact. Some of the Chicago scientists working on the Manhattan project were. Refugees from Fascist Europe. And I spoke to a physicist who wrote a book related to the Manhattan Project and he talks about how they had feared that the Nazis would bomb Chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees there here's physicist Stanley. Word? They felt quite rightly that the Nazis basically wanted to kill them. Interesting little most in the Argon archive many years ago said ineffective course to Germans must nowhere here. So when they haven't heard Tom the first one, they'll drop the Chicago was the risk that they foresaw to cargo area that the terrific dropping comic bomb on them. So we knew that people high up in the military I'm guessing would have known about all of this work and and in the president's administration maybe would have known about what was happening here did everybody at the University of Chicago, even the administration there know what was taking place the Manhattan project was extremely secret alterra secret I've read in one place that even Truman didn't know about it which I have a hard time believing that Congress didn't know about it again, I haven't verified. In the big question, even today is did the University of Chicago President Robert. Hutchins no. What was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium. And it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that. Now I have since read the Robert. Maynard hutchins a memoir by Milton mayor and he says he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one, he could not even mention the word uranium. And that when they asked him, if there was any danger to the University of city, he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out. Now Here's what a physicist at the University of Chicago a current physicist whom I interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president knew. It was only three blocks from his house, two blocks from his house. Story can debate but I'm sure he knew about and just couldn't officially know about because you can't. They said you can't. Ask can I make a nuclear chain reaction your campus in the middle of the city That physicist is Dr Henry Frisch and historians very interesting because he is literally a Los Alamos, baby, his parents worked on the Los Alamos project and that's where he was born today there is a monument that's at that site that recognizes that work talk about that, and is it something that people on the campus lot of attention to or remember that this took place there is this just something of the past that people have mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes. There was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear reactor was. It's right next to this beautiful new library they have and the sculpture is very abstract. A nuclear mushroom cloud, some people says, it looks like the human brain. I think that was intentional on this part and when I interviewed Dr Henry Frisch Again, a physicist currently at University of Chicago and literally a Los Alamos baby himself his parents worked at Los Alamos. He said that the University of Chicago has kind of split feelings about being the site of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. He says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical. But that there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it because of of course, how that power ended up being used and what it has done today to your international relations and potential war. That's writer Sarah McLaughlin mcandrew you can read her story about the role Illinois played in the Manhattan project that's available at her website statewide show dot. com. Wise statewide coming up what's Up to. Go to a restaurant to eat what turns out a lot of restaurant workers have concerns as well. We'll hear from some of them that story is on the way. Last week, we told you about the Reverend C t Vivian who recently died mccomb Pete its final respects to the civil rights leader who grew up in the western Illinois community. He was ninety five rigor has this report on the local memorial service more than one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and Muggy July afternoon. Dr? Jay Q Adams was the featured speaker. He's a former professor at Western Illinois University and he conducted several lengthy interviews. With Vivian Adams recounted, one of Vivians best known moments from the American Civil Rights Movement Vivian was in Selma Alabama in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the Dallas County courthouse by share of Jim Clark who punched Vivian in the face in front of reporters and protesters. We still see you struck in bloodied knocked to your knees, and we still see you rise up not with contempt, but with love. because. As says it takes radical love to overcome radical evil at an says, he visited with Vivian three years ago he says right up to the end, the Reverend's passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well, the service took place at the site of CT Vivians Boyhood home the ladders now vacant though there are plans to build a center of Civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location rich Agar reporting. The federal government has paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers. But as Dana Cronin reports for harvest public media, not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with mole. He'll look at that big bag. Right there were sitting on about six hundred pounds of wool from when they were sure last incident since they were shared in March Ashrams, jubilee farms in Clinton Illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn. But not many people are buying premium yarn in this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened but there's no point in US paying thousands of dollars or process that we can move right now. So which was part of what the AP was. Hoping. To help put CFA P that stands for Corona Virus Food Assistance Program and is run by the US Department of Agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like Cindy ash doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for Horny and. Soybean or large livestock producers in we are we don't tuning that in addition to wool ass usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due to the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application which requires you to list each crap you grow and an estimated loss. If you're listening to every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year. You literally depends on bigger farmers and how much you're going but you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their list of eligible crops. But some of the items ash cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Sonam Czar Draymond is the federal policy director for the National Young Farmers Coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details of how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to into calculate all those things and have all the paperwork to back it up in twenty eighteen specialty crops accounted for about a quarter of all US crop receipts. But as of late July, specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. USDA's Farm Service Agency Administrator Richard Four dice says, it's a matter of timing that is he says. The program is based on losses incurred between January and April that was not really a time when when we saw you know every state would have had had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I think that's I. think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage. Recently, lawmakers sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program based on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA. I would say that not just this year but overall, they need to pay much more attention to diverse farmers, produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional. Corn beans and large livestock. She says, it's more than likely. She'll take a loss this year a year she'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana, Cronin, harvest public media. This a statewide governor. Jay Pritzker Restore Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing as a key part of the state's fight against the novel coronavirus Peter Midland's ought to a newly train contact tracer about what goes into the job Reynolds FAA was one of the millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk I'm sixty years old I actually a renal transplant recepient so I've a suppressed immune system. Out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home it interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm going to be able to talk to people but I'm also know that'd be able to help people which I think is a good thing governor Jay Pritzker seems to agree with that last part he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain coronavirus jofre enrolled in a four week course at college at page and student demand the college even had opened up extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment which. He, says will be the easy part since the job in such high demand some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to face says, he seemed jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand a year I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job, but it'll put food on the table and keep it had some pretty heavy with it. The work of contact tracer has been likened to a detective or a game of clue but Jay says, he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they've recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with someone tested positive and it can be. Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private I. You then calculate their date infection as the standard is two days prior to the. First symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or medical attention and the contact tracers job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also need to direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and. Dispel any myths or rumors floating around the Internet if the person needs quarantine and are on their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk a contact tracer may follow up with a person, every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at. All to develop some sort of a relationship, this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois public, health director in Gaza. Zeke. Acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. As he says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking with health officials contact tracing has. been pushed into many people's vocabulary lately but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases, but it's just not normally done this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand, a viable employment opportunity or years, and then after you know I. Hope for years now we've kind of the Kobe thing. There's always gonNA be needs or contact racers just not quite me volumes that we need and government workers. So then thinking about constructors on most. Tips contracts so concerned about how those coming. Threatening their health at Idiom McCall with member station wbz in Chicago has this report one restaurant worker says? A customer walks through the door she feels a flash of anger no matter who they are. They're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant I, see them as a potential threat she doesn't want to be identified. So WBZ had an actor record. What she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings I really think the people who go out to the restaurants now are the people who don't care about everyone's. Safety, some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health, but they could get fired if they say, no, because their bosses have asked him to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining, they couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money but are we putting servers health at risk while other states have attributed covid nineteen searches to bars doctors, like Benjamin. Singer at northwestern university say it's unclear how safe restaurants are. There's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant what's the setup of the restaurant? What's the airflow situation like and so all these things create a very muddy picture to the actual risks are recent Japanese study found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A Chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great for trekking weather restaurant. Workers are getting covid nineteen more than anyone else for governor. Jay Pritzker says cases go up much more indoor dining in bars could be the first go Lori lightfoot just tightened the city's restrictions on bars. They can no longer serve alcohol indoors without food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough actors replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner. I'M NOT GONNA pretend to know you know what that feels like. But I am human and I do know from being on the employee side of it it felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority. He says he was forced out of his job, a high class restaurant over discomfort about working in a pack space many service workers who spoke to Wbz said, they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations and the. City only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles. Glenn False from agrees with workers so much so that he let his restaurant close he ran false from fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refuse to put employees at risk and set. So on social media when he closed, you know I I, I'm not I'm not that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody. Else's concern I'm not GonNa go home at night with my own pillow I. I made. Two hundred fifty dollars profit today. But susie went down sick. He says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway. Michael Roper at Hopley tavern and Andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall I usually look forward to fall I like fall color I liked the coming holiday season but this year I am in dread of November, that's when he has to start paying back his government P P P loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors Hopley is making about Twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining. Taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says broker says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd mothball hop leave until the pandemic was over he says businesses like his will die unless the government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations this has worked but we don't have you know we don't have an FDR in Washington right now we have a donald trump our country is not gonna be. The same if we. All these places go to the McCall wbz news. That's all the time we have for this week statewide be sure to join US next time we'll have more reports and conversations from in and around. Illinois if you missed any of this week's episode or past episodes, you can find them at statewide show dot com and our podcast is available through the NPR one. 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Talk. This is free talk live. Can bring anything you want and boo. We Oh gosh she scared me. It's like not as scary though because the rest of the world all year has been way scarier than I was gonna say in some ways this is probably the scariest Halloween that I've had anyway. But not because of not because the Taliban because Italian but just because Halloween, happened to roll around and. One of the scariest times to be. A human being in the world really. Why are you so scared? You're not scared to covid. No not at all I'm scared of everybody the the every man that has just accepted all of this lockdown crap. Yeah. You know because of a disease that you have more than a ninety nine percent chance of. Recovering from, you even ever get it or have symptoms of it so. That to me is scary the stupidity. I talk about people are you know we're going to peak dumb at some point and it's on the rise that's for sure. It's hard to know when peak is happening because like the dumb just keeps on getting dumber you have to judge like within your lifetime, right? Because you could go back through all of human history and go. Well, people seemed to act more stupidly during this particular era or during this decade or whatever right period of time. But I think you have to judge it within your lifetime because it's a personal judgment right? You're judging really the whole of humanity at that point, you're going how people are really dumb and. I don't like saying that people are dumb. Marquez. How has a habit of of saying that I do prefer to to think of them as ignorant? Okay I mean yes. You have a point there I just use the term done because well, it's a layman's term, but they definitely are easily led lead. Are Definitely Gullible. They definitely fall for these. Political authorities, traps like a cat fresh to a tray of milk. You know yeah, and it's really sad of course you know we can easily put some blame on the government school system for indoctrinating as Super Majority of people into this and let's make that plural government school systems because we're not just talking about the US not anyway when I'm when I'm judging humanity as a whole at this point, the reason that I think the scary is because this is a global thing. This isn't just relegated to the United States of America where these lockdowns and you know this overreach by governments are happening. It's happening across the globe. At least an all we'll call them westernized countries and even so yet aren't. DOA absolutely. We had guy from Africa call earlier this year about some of the just terrible things happening in Ganda for instance, under the name of Covid. So. So it is Halloween night and I'm actually addressed up for the show tonight I've got. A skeleton one once on the wait call these things. Suits. Yeah. It would be great for like a stage show theater. You know style thing or like we were talking about black light Yeah. Wouldn't it be nice if they were actually stayed shows anymore but that's over. Yeah. Nothing wing. So I've I've got a couple of stories here about how lame Halloween has become in a lot of places and I'm seeing it around here to note now at least two key New Hampshire's credit where we're doing a show from they didn't shut down Halloween as some cities have done. Yeah. I did see some trick or treaters roaming my neighborhood and yours too. Yeah they're definitely out tonight. So I'm glad to see that. I know that there was the story I don't have it in front of me, but it was like a Massachusetts story where it breaks down a bunch of Massachusetts towns and all the different rules. So like there's a patchwork of some towns are allowing trick or treating some towns prohibiting it, some towns are doing so-called trunk or treat with. This lame. Previously lamed, this existed all the kids in the trunk of a car driver. Like that. This trunk or treat has been in existence for some number of years and it was a sensibly as quote safe way to do Halloween where they would actually have cars pulled up in a police station parking lot. Trunks Open Candy in the trunks and kids walk around with their parents take candy from people's trunks. The idea is that since it's in the police station parking lot people be safe from whatever they think bad things are going to happen to kids that almost never happened to kids on Halloween all the scary stories generally speaking sociopaths are attracted to positions of power, and so the police are obviously under whole lot of scrutiny these days for their abuse of power don't know how safe that would be. So. Trunk or treat though looks positively fun compared to the lame. Halloween stuff that is happening this year like Halloween is even worse. This year than it's ever been trucker tree is pretty lame but now they've got tubes. Halloween. Candy Tubes Oh it's like the reverse of the banking tubes or you drive into the drive through and you put the little. What do you call the capsule? Yeah. Vacuum Tube Well yeah I mean there's no vacuum technology in this particular case but I saw these stories leading up to Halloween. They're everywhere about Oh here's how you can have fun on Halloween. You can have a candy tube and you can be super-safe and the idea is you you strap a pvc pipe to like your stair railing going up your your porch down. And so the homeowner sits at the top of the the steps with like a candy or whatever, and then the kids come up to the bottom of the tube. And knock on your door like you know like they used to, and then you you know what open your door and like oh aren't your costumes. Cute kids. Here you go and you hand the kids a bunch of candy or whatever, and then go away now it is even more impersonal than it's ever been right because now you're ten feet away or whatever whatever the length is between the the porch, the top of the porch, the porch stairs and no, you don't get to actually like to give the kids candy directly now they want you to put a tube and it falls down in. Basically like a beer bunk for candy. So that is actually seen at least three of those in this neighborhood and by the. Drive the whole neighborhood I just went to go get some dinner tonight. So just my quick drive out I saw at least three of these things wouldn't it be easier to just sit on your porch with a Bag Full. Of Candy in a Slingshot, just shoot it as the kids. So I got a story here from Pittsburgh and again, these are all over the place. You know you can just type in Halloween, do a Google search and you'll see about all these you know so-called safe methods to to use. On Halloween Dr Joe Ara create a pediatrician with allegheny health networks at Halloween events can take place safely if those trick or treating and those giving out candy follow a few guidelines he said. Leaving a bowl out with a whole bunch of candy in it where kids can have multiple touches many kids hands in the candy bowl at the same time that would be spreading opportunity touch. Guess what I've got out in front of the House a bowl full of Gandhi. Lit by the way, I, commend you on your wellness. Thank you. You know the kids know that it's cool. You know. I can't do Halloween. Any other way right? We're always on the air during Halloween. So it's like we we could only ever put a bowl of candy out there. We can't have kids knocking on the door during during the show or you just get some guy to like man the door, the entire evening, which I don't have staff or anything like that. It's not that important, right? So I really you know. I've never been somebody who cares much about tradition like as far as I'm concerned traditions, I can take him or leave him. Some. Of them are lamer than others But I I, Kinda like Halloween better than a lot of the the holidays out there. It's the least offensive to me. Anyway it's the most fun I think as well, and it's something that everybody can can have fun with to whatever level. That they want to but I do find myself like disappointed now that I can't do like a real, Halloween? Yeah. Because now I feel like it almost looks like I'm. Doing something for Covid here by leaving the candy out when in fact, I've done this forever you're. So the kids that have come by here they probably know that just ahead of the curve as usual. True also like Thanksgiving as well. Thanksgiving is one of the better holidays in that it's not a religious holiday so I don't. It's not Christmas search not one of these Easter it's not totally religious. It's it's about giving. Thanks for good things in life and I I'm I'm in favor of that. But I've never really liked made any efforts to do anything special for Thanksgiving if somebody's doing it the area, I'll come by you know all enjoy the company of some others but now it's like now that traditions are being just Prohibited almost discouraged certainly restricted I mean this Halloween light. It makes me WANNA like do more of it. So the toll free number here is eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, three we'll get into some more lame. Oh modifications to Halloween what used to be a really fun holiday. They are just extracting all of the fun out of this and we'll give you some of the examples at that coming up here if you WANNA, share your thoughts you can join us freetalklive. Sorry. But you're in for a world of pain. If you use coin, no me the reason is their wallet doesn't support payments. The solution is simple. Let Them Hear Your Voice Message Coin me on twitter. 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So over there to liberty dot menu, let's go to David he's gone from Selana, Kansas, listening to K I. N. David, you're on free talk live. Well Hey get a wonderful evening here in. Kansas, are you all doing? Hey, David, what's on your mind tonight? Well. We have this group in my small little town and I mean, they are a wonderful group of people they formed what's called the Granny Brigade? They're. They're huge into supporting DONALD TRUMP, which is fine. You know I'm not really pro trump I'm not really anti-trump but they they're doing this trump train were they drive around town with all their trump flags with you know voicing their First Amendment you know I'm I'm all about that. I noticed one of the one of the trucks carrying not only a come and take it flag but a thin blue line flag. which is it well yeah, right. That's not uncommon. With these people who they just don't understand the contradiction for whatever reason it seems obvious to us but I see this frequently, it's it's an oxymoron. It's the same thing as military intelligence. Yeah and and you know I I. It's it's interesting because here. Here in Kansas, you know we're as we are a small. I mean, we only have two point nine, million people. and and in in in my hometown, we have less than fifty thousand and we are all very supportive of each other. For a community you know and but something locally is happening with our police force. We've always had a very professional police force Moi's. you know I don't WanNa. Say That I'm that I I that I'm anti copper again, you know pro cop just like trump you know because I want to be active in the community at least when it comes to policing. And we're having some real strife here in Selena considering you know defunding quote unquote even though it's not really defunding but defunding our police department I'm like. We're only fifty thousand people. How can you de fund us? We're already funded I. Mean we don't. We don't have a lot of a lot of money that we grow at our police department. Betcha several million dollars. What's the budget? Oh Yeah I mean it is. It's I. Think it's Well she we spend six million dollars just shipping or people to other jails because we don't have a large enough jail. I mean. So so you know I mean I mean policing is several million dollars or you know year community in your police department could just take it upon themselves to no longer enforce victimless crimes that's crimes where they're scared. No Harm to any person or property. So if you just ask yourself, okay. was there any harm to a human being nope was earning harm to anybody's property? No. Move along. Yeah, and that and that is something that I'm trying to talk to not only trump supporters. But by supporters, you know people on both sides and it's it's it's difficult is difficult here because of how divisive that things have gotten and you know I, try to remind people you know that we're in this together because we are such a small state to small community, we need to continue that but it's It's even affecting out here in the middle of the country. Over country if you would my big issue with most people is that they really don't care about doing the right thing they just care about getting their preferred tyrant into office. Yes and both of these tyrants trump and Biden both fully support the police. Some, people would like to believe that Biden is somehow a critic but the reality is he has specifically said that he believes it police should be funded with more. Funding, and so neither of these two are in any way reformers of the status quo when it comes to policing, that's just not even on the table as far as the national level and from what we've seen in the local areas like Minneapolis, where I've actually had a story for I've had this show preferably two months now and we're having gotten to it. But the they they talk about Minneapolis, the sort of ground zero for this controversy the police accountability they they reported in August that they were quote, overhauling their use of force policy to require officers to consider reasonable alternatives before engaging in deadly force and use the least amount of force necessary to handle a situation they said this new policy announced amid these calls for widespread police reforms. Also bans officers from shooting at moving vehicles with exceptions and revises language to note that even the threat of force such as whole string of firearm will now be classified as a use of force. So this is not an overhaul of anything. It's just a minor series of tweaks that are made to look as though they actually are doing something to try to change things when in reality no. One is proposing any serious changes like what you're talking about captain, which would be I think the best thing that could possibly happen for the police and how people view them, which is to say to end the enforcement of victimless crime, and that is the reason why people are so hateful and so afraid of the police because at any moment they could arrest you or your friend or your. Family member for some non crime with no victim like possession of cannabis or Jaywalking or whatever, or you know riding a bike down the sidewalk or whatever, and so the police are a constant threat to us. If the police were only a threat to murderers and rapists and arsonists, you know people destroying property harming other human beings it would be hard to find people to disagree with them. You know. And and that's and that's kind. The point that that I that I like to make that I make is is ending the war on drugs ending the you know the victimless crime prosecution and because you know. It's just it's very difficult for us to go about our live without at least breaking one law. Then we're not even aware that we've even broke right. Absolutely, true. Though so and it goes beyond just the local local state and federal level. and. So that's you know I I guess for me is I don't want to smash you know anyone's. Conservative or liberal feelings you know I just let's really talk about the real reform. Let's talk about what really is causing the issues within policing. Stopped making it about. Making money. Cash cow you know that's really what law enforcement has become well their revenue. Revenue Gender. Tickets Hey David. Thanks for the call tonight I do appreciate hearing from you. Our toll free number is eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. 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Free Talk Live and you can bring up whatever you want the live Halloween episode you can take control of the airwaves. Our toll free number is eight, hundred, fifty, five, four, fifty free seems like a bit of a slower Halloween around here. There aren't as many like normally I put candy out in front of the houses I was talking about things operating at twenty five percent capacity. Ian, well, the streets are not restricted and but you know some people are afraid, right they're gonNA keep their kids home. There's not going to let them do the so called socially distance Halloween, which is going on with people with our. Co from candy that's been touched by strangers. Didn't they find out that this can't be like. Left. Like the cove it can't just like live on a surface initially they thought it could. But then later they said that it could enter something so much like flip-flopping by scientists supposedly you the politicians and the media presenting this stuff as fact, and that kind of thing that I don't really know. And moreover I don't care. They're saying now that the spread is increasing, there's a silent epidemic because all of the. People that have that are testing positive for covid and you like so. Epidemic of people who are not sick. Like this makes no sense to me whatsoever right like if people aren't getting sick if not breaking epidemic, you know like come on, it's not even worth talking about. Communities issue their own currency backed by inner coin can choose to inflate the circulating supply of their own money to spend on internal projects or they can choose to tax certain transactions and remove money from circulation. 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But if you want to, you can join us like Dave Different Dave this one in the Marianas where it's already tomorrow Dave welcome back to freetalklive. Hey Dave. What are yesterday? What are yesterday's winning lottery numbers for me since you're in the future? sixteen. Forty eight. To. Come on at six six, six, Italian, a Dave Dave. What's what's the? What's the Halloween? You know skinny down there in the Marianas I it already happened for you guys what twelve hours ago. I was out on the porch handing out whiskey and cigars, and only one of my neighbors showed up. Really. If I knew, I made an effort to go but wait a minute really are you exaggerating was was that it? There was no kids coming around like getting candy or whatever. Not, not, a soul I mean there was there was some political parties going on the block over they h election I, and they have like the the the Democrats and Republicans have the you know. Beer if you vote for me parties. Yeah. I've heard about these. that. They literally throw like big cookouts where they essentially bribe people to to vote for them with free food and drink. Yeah. Basically, and it plays the most obnoxious music you'll ever hear. That sits loud and and I was on Tinian last weekend and Lot of Horn. Honking I mean for for an island like nine hundred people they're kinda noisy. So his is Halloween, not normally thing there in the Marianas or is this just the most Dad Halloween ever? They do they do Halloween it's just nobody nobody dressed up you know I didn't see one kid I. It was just. Kind of. A lame wow. I'm surprised that gene is actually better on Halloween than the Marianas says, that's a shocker yeah. Yeah Yeah So. What were you calling about tonight Dave? Oh well, I tried to call a couple of days ago you're talking about masks being manly and Our outage. Just to be clear. What you're referring to an article about that we were sharing where the author was suggesting that certain that men don't WanNa wear masks because an infringement on their their manliness. Aka Toxic Masculinity, and of course, that's not at all the reason why any of us that I know of are not wearing masks or doing it out of print spry. Right be to. Same thing you know like and and the thing is just. Nobody's really following any of this stuff here. Anymore it's Kinda Flight I mean you got two types of people you got the you got the guys that sit it'll be dry. They'll be driving a car by themselves in the wear masks. And you know those people are gonNA wear masks regardless. You know I haven't been half so much but I I. Was I've been getting I've been getting messages from people I know over and other countries and My a friend of mine in Thailand Stead that the reason why covert is so low and I land is because nobody's being test. It's like the Thai government said, well, he's he's. The best cost money and we don't have money so. Virus there. Yeah. Yeah. So so why spend all this money on testing? It's a rational position, right? If this thing isn't as deadly as people think and it's would nowhere near as deadly as people seem to think that it is then why spend money testing people like crazy it's just the the governor incident doing this are doing it because they want to have some sort of numbers to report to scare people and to make them obey. It's surprising that the Thai government isn't following suit but I did hear that they they along with Sweden are one of the better. Nations on Kofi situation. Yeah Yeah I mean. What can I say and then the other thing I wanted to? Let. You guys know is they're building a full Marine Corps Air Station next door. In. going to be operational in twenty, twenty eight. That sounds bad. I mean it could be good or bad. I. Mean I'm thinking opened in the bar over there but right now they've CB's building the camp where the Seabees we're GONNA be building the base. And Construction Brigades Oh yeah, your construction battalion. Yeah Yeah can do. That's their model they're basically the US stable construction battalions. So yeah. The COP, like fifty guys over there building the. Camp or the people that they're gonNA. Be Building the actual base and they're they're estimating about five thousand. Are GonNa be permanently there. That sounds awful to me like I definitely don't want to have more federal government anywhere around me. So. But I I do understand that's going to be good for business. A lot of a lot of those marines. As you said, you're thinking about open up a bar I'm sure you'll do just fine because those guys. Would love to to drink. I'm sure Dave thanks for the update there from the Marianas tonight. Appreciate it enjoy your day as he's calling us from the future. Good Morning Future. Let's go. It's night of the Dave's. It's a different Dave calling from Oregon this time Dave. In climate falls. Thank you for taking my call. I listen to you guys just about every week whenever I can and you do a great show wait a minute the I think the board this spelled where you're from he put in climate falls isn't it claiming fall? Amethi climate? Ama. T H. He got it anyway. Go ahead. Cool. Okay. Here's my theory conspiracy theory about why trump doesn't want anybody to see his tax returns. Remember. He was friends with Hillary and bill. Mad. They go way back and I, have a Niki Fishing Hillary paid him a whole bunch of money back obnoxious and say ugly things so would make her look better so that she could win and that's all over his tax returns. It's just a theory mean it's an interesting theory but Hillary is she's an horribly ugly terrifying woman but she's not she's a fool, right? So she was going to be paying trump off like. that. I'm sure she would do it through a Shell Corporation and see you would never have any idea was actually her based on just looking at his tax returns, but it's an interesting theory. Dave thanks for the call tonight. I appreciate hearing from you. The toll free number is eight, fifty, four, fifty free like freedom. I mean. This is the same woman who was accused of running drugs of Amino Arkansas Hitler by the Way Yeah Eight fifty, five, four, fifty, free. You can join us on free. Talk. Live. Silver has always been nature's very own antibiotic in only one system allows you to generate an endless supply of natural silver solutions silver lungs, DOT com. You'll find no wild claims or pseudoscience just a lifetime of Nanna size pure silver solutions. The silver lungs generator allows you to make your own. So stop paying for Silver Solutions Unique Lung Delivery System targets respiratory. Infections where other silver solutions simply cannot. Reach. 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This is the most recent episode of Free Talk Live, presented by Seiko Cei- get interactive at. FREETALKLIVE DOT COM. Free Talk Live dial in toll free and bring up whatever you want. Our number is eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty free on the lamest Halloween. Ever here on Free Talk Live with you. Tonight it's Ian the captain give you some more Elena fixation methods here that are being touted in mainstream media on how to have a safe Halloween. I well, Halloween supposed to be like the spooky scary. Holiday and so like safety is really the number. One thing that anybody is really ever been concerned about during there's always been the scary stories about Halloween of you know some kid finds a razor blade in an APP. Never happened never happened, right? Or some kid got some candy but it was actually ecstasy also never happened. Halloween is a very say to you as a child who was early into drugs and alcohol that if somebody had given away candy laced with drugs of any kind, I would have been a recurring trigger trader at this person's house plus. The fact is if there actually was somebody who received an ecstasy pill as like a kid and if they put in their mouth and try to eat it like a piece of candy, they spit it out. because. It's nasty or if you've got like a weed Brownie. Graham wrapped singles, 'cause people in my I. Don't know if they do it. Now, the people they used to bake stuff at home and rent instead a buying ten, another sneakers fund size like screw that I'm making stuff. I, got a kitchen I know what's up I got skills. That's pretty awesome. You know and so they would you know home baked good. Those are some of my favorite traits trick or treating anyway. So, yeah. I mean the point being Halloween has been a very safe holidays very, very rare than anything bad. Will Happen. The biggest risk on Halloween honestly is getting hit by a car. Car Drivers know paying attention. You don't have anything bright on your outfit. You're a kid you're not looking both ways across across the street that's more likely to happen. You got anything else your kids floating around the neighborhood when it's dark. Normally. Isn't flooded with children right? Any other time somebody behind the wheel isn't paying attention and you get an accident. Eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. But no, no, that's not enough. Now. They've got to go to the Max. With this ridiculous stuff, which will tell you more about coming up here. But first we're GONNA go to your calls and thoughts run after I say thanks to studio eighty four twenty four L. R.. N.. Who is a free talk live silver amplifier studio. Eighty four twenty four L. R. N. contributes five bucks a month to the amp program helps us get free talk live on more radio stations so people just make up these names when they contribute. That's right. That's cool. So, thank you and if you want to join the program, you can go to amp dot freetalklive dot com as studio eighty, four, twenty, four L. R. N. has done and you can help us and you get some cool perks get some benefits out of that as well. Let's go the phones to your calls and thoughts. Mark is in Arkansas you're on free talk live hello mark. Hey guys, how're you doing? Hey, welcome. You're on the air. Thank you so I heard y'all talking earlier about the victimless crimes and I understand that. you know drug possession you know if if a guy wants to smoke some pot or Textured hair and whatever it does it on his own property and. He's not affecting anybody that would be a victimless crime and then. I got to thinking well, this guy's. Hair one or wherever it gets behind the wheel of a car hit somebody something like that because the mentally impaired. That's when it becomes not victimless, right? Sure. It's also right now illegal to drive a car while drunk. But. It shouldn't be illegal to drink and it's also illegal. You know to drive a car while you know nodding off right? Like if you're doing anything that is of a danger like that the danger to others, you shouldn't be behind the wheel. Tax. So And and I'm I'm conservative in my political leanings only so much as. I'm really close to Libertarian, but my file understanding of the Libertarian way of looking at law is. not have any police and to have as few laws as possible. So I go if if we're not going to have police been. What what crimes are considered victimless that don't need to be enforced and then produce crimes that are that are victim crimes those be. How how would those even? Who who would who would enforce the law would mullet tons lake it sounds to me like you're asking about how his justice. You know how does justice occur in the absence of you know a large government that Use Violence as it's only. There are many ways to do that, and in fact, I would. Assume, that many ways would pop up in the absence of what we currently have. The government claims a monopoly on all of this stuff at this point in space and time. So nobody else is free to invent or come up with any ways to handle that I suspect that if government were to go away that the first thing that would happen is insurance companies would take up the burden of providing most of what we see as the bureaucratic side of justice that is to say. Oh Hey. Let's improve your personal insurance policies. So if you get mugged you're covered. that. Kind of thing you know whatever the crime is that you worried about your worried about getting hit by a heroin addict piloting car. Okay. Well, you know you can buy a policy that's catered to that right if you're worried about break ins in your community you and your way today. Stop you there. So let's let's take a look at what you're saying here. Are you saying the heroine addict can just go around running into everybody he wants to and there's not gonNA. Be Anybody this to stop it. Well, they currently can do that right now. Well, no there's men with guns who will show up if somebody calls them hopefully and they could take that heroin addict off the streets. Yes and stop that person from doing that. Well only after he's already done it sure. If he hits one person and then these guys show up and they put him away then he can't just like get behind the wheel again and hit another person or another person or another person right so like Would there be the insurance companies would they be providing actual men with guns to you know be able to stop by a bad guy because I think most people want that kind of service it would depend on the situation right but I suspect that there would be some sort of cooperation. So let's say this heroine addict also subscribes to some sort of personal protection policy. The company that he subscribes to would have some sort of cooperative agreement with the company of the victim in this case and those two entities. Would get together and figure out what to do depending on the agreement that was signed. So for example, if the heroine addict sign something that says, Hey, if I cause harm to another person heroin addict signed, he's a loser to to get the good rate of insurance. Why does he care about insurance? He's a heroin addict. He's not gonna be able to afford an insurance bill. How do you know he's a doper dude he's GonNa, spend all his money on heroin. There's plenty of these people's plenty of functional drug addict. Go ahead, mark again. So think about this Murder some you know a couple of guys get into a fistfight somebody dies. The police actually have investigative. Who who would investigate you know? How somebody dies determinative, who was murderer? I'll put it to you in broad terms as I can. Currently, there are a range of products and services being provided by the government at the behest of a gun right that is to say, they claim a monopoly over it they take your tax money in order to provide these products and services. You have zero choice in the provider right now, anything that's a product or service can and will be provided in the market if it was allowed to be. So whatever you envision that there is now in your having difficulty seeing what it would be in the future that's exactly the position you should be because it's it has yet to be invented because it can't be. Yeah so it just. So one of the difficulties of being a libertarian or a volunteer somebody who might be advocating for the complete abolishment of all things state of the state monopolies is people will come up with these legitimate questions. All right. Well, guys what's it GonNa look like these are great questions by the way and the reality is captain doesn't know I. Don't know you don't know. We don't know what the entrepreneurs will come up with two I. mean the insurance things are good. It's a good pitch maybe it'll work out that way maybe it won't it's Idea that I've heard other people sort of talk about from time to time and it may be that. Let's. Let's not go all the way. Right let let's say that. There's plenty of Libertarians who I think would agree that just ending the war on drugs ending the you know the the constant violations of people's rights with victimless crimes. You cut all that out, and if if if we had a monopoly service provider who all they did was you know investigate murders and rapes I mean it would be hard to be that concerned over what they were doing. It would be hard for people to be outraged. If you know they were investigating those kinds, they're going to get it wrong. Sometimes, there's going to be some some problems with that situation but if I. Think what you were saying before captain if there was the ability to have competition in the marketplace, if people had the freedom to say, all right well, the government police, they still exist. Okay. Let's let's say this government police still exist, but we take away their monopoly and now they have to exist and actually raise money voluntarily in a competitive environment where somebody else can start up competing entity that might be better at investigating murder. Another entity might be better at investigating rape or whatever, and then we could have like a competing marketplace in protection services. What would that look like it's hard to say. Take I think the competing content because I I know a lot of a lot of fact if it and coke and commercial of immersive, all death thought Martin. Love bringing back in a moment. It is free talk having taken her father's throne Syra who has fallen out with one of our best allies and her brother. 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The Onion News, network Free. Free. Talk Live you dial in toll free if you want to talk on the radio about whatever's on your mind although we started the show out with the lamest Halloween ever barely scratched the surface on how lane. Truly. Is Out there? That's true and if you WanNa comment on that, you're welcome to. But some people who've been calling in about other issues tonight was totally fine. It's always open phones here on Free Talk Live while we were talking about victimless crimes and the caller mark I believe had asked. A question how how do these things get handled? If you know they're not handled by say the Police Department when you say these things, you mean actual practice, right? Yeah. How does the person get prosecuted or what happens if there is a murderer or a rape or something like that? Who are the organizations that get involved in? Why? What happens if there's no government police I think was basically the question. We actually still have mark on the line with us he had begun to explain something. And we didn't have enough time. So mark dear recall what you're trying to get out there before the news. Yeah, I think we said that In a world where private private organizations stick with the government for you know solving a murderer investigating who who gets a better result that would lead to less government intervention in in crime unless government overreach in our individual lives. but I think my. My last question for you, pride. Farley pygmy off is what In the case of like somebody who gets murdered how do you keep that from from turning individualistic justice? Because you know we see that in a lot of cases, the You know one party of one guy will say one thing and the Party of another girl saying another before you know it With Duffy, nobody knows the fact darn people are people are wanting to create a blood feud over nobody really knows what happens. For instance, I was just reading a story last night. which is really really interesting but probably way too long to read on the air here about new. Hampshire is what they call here. New Hampshire, they call the Laurie list it is a list, a police officers who've had. Issues of trustworthiness in their police files in history, and it's basically a list of all the police in New Hampshire isn't it? No? No, it's very limited. It because it requires the police chief himself of any given department to actually put someone on the list. So he's always going to protect plenty of his guy so. It's nowhere near as long as as what it could be, but it's a secret list, and so the officers whose names are on the list are protected. It's like an internal list basically well, the Supreme Court of New Hampshire just ruled that that list is not subject to confidentiality. However, they didn't release the list they remanded at back to a lower court to decide on whether or not the list can be it's a crazy situation. But but the reason I bring this up is because of the the story behind Laurie where the name come from a strange name, well as a man's name and he was accused of murder. Back, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, and I'm glossing over this story. But involved in this case was an officer who had a he had been sent to like psychologist because his co workers had concerns about him and the psychologist said, this guy shouldn't have a badge. This guy is a danger. This guy cannot be trusted. He is a nutcase, right? Like do give this guy power they didn't do. They didn't follow that advice and so the corrupt cop in this particular case was alone in the room with the suspect when the suspect ostensibly admitted to having done the murder. WHO's the only only this one cop and the suspect. And that that EBB evidence I'm GonNa put it in quotes led to this man being found guilty does the cops word against his by a jury of his so called Pierce, the information of course about the investigation, they're supposed to turn that over to the prosecution supposed to turn over anything especially exculpatory evidence to, and that's evidence that could result in a not guilty verdict, right? Like that calls into question. You know whatever witnesses or The evidence. Yeah. So the prosecution they left out the detail about this cop having been on this list for being a nutjob and completely untrustworthy and a psychopath. So that information ever made it to the defense said the defense couldn't say and try to impeach this officer's testimony by saying well. So you left this officer in the room alone with this guy after a psychologist who questioned the officer on a previous occasion said, he shouldn't even have a badge we're supposed to trust with this guy says, they didn't know that the officer was in that. So anyway, I only bring that up as an example and there are myriad of these examples of where. The police that people trust to do you know fair and honest investigations of even things like murder and a lot of cases they're not. And they're not honest and they just WanNa, find a guy who's breathing. So they can put him in handcuffs and put them in a cell and make it look like they've actually found the the actual suspect. So it's hard to imagine that a competitive market would somehow be worse though that a competitive market would somehow be vigilante justice as opposed to what? We have, which is questionable levels of policing, being able to bring people to so called justice. So let me give you another example more direct answer to your question mark rather than just sort of passing it off and saying, well, this this current situation suck. So how could it be worse if you actually had COM com competition if you actually had the ability? To Fund an organization that does what you wanted to do. So like if you WANNA have windows on your computer, you can windows on a community when I have MAC computer. So there's different choices right? You don't have to go with the one that you don't like because you have the options. These organizations theoretically would be interested in showing their work showing that. They. Actually got the right guy because in the case of if you if I take somebody to Jeff I'm one of these protection services and I say captain kick, ass I. Think you murdered that lady and here's my you know the proof and it turns out that I actually trumped up the evidence and there actually was was falsified or whatever and I was. Just trying to make it look like I did the job I in fact, I did a job to put you in jail. So when you didn't actually do the thing, then I would have full liability for my actions theoretically in this marketplace because right now the government has no such liability if these officers and incentive to right you're you're talking about incentive because. You'd be out of business is that information got out anybody who subscribe to your service anybody honest would immediately subscribed to somebody else's service right? Because they can. Yeah. I don't want to be associated with somebody who's not honest or not doing a good job and in the marketplace people who are doing a Piss poor job of the thing that they do are. GonNa go out of business and I just WANNA be clear to everybody listening the current forces that exists we're talking police in that kind of thing they are reactionary forces. They are not preventative for us for the most part right? Like if a crime happens, they get called right and then they show up maybe you know to the crime scene, maybe take down. A report that's generally how they go about their business. So you know, let's not be mistaken in thinking that these forces really prevent anything what prevents people from being bad or the same things that have prevented people from being bad over the entire course of history regardless of the level of government that existed did not and that's principles ethics and possibly even morals. Your smart. Well I agree with you that there there are some. Some psychopaths to they gravitate toward the bed because I like power I'm I'm not sure how. Competing organizations would keep We'll look at it. This way mark. In the absence of the monopoly on violence that the government claims currently, right. They're the only ones who can initiate violence and get away with it. Right. In the absence of all of that, you would personally be free to get justice to your satisfaction whatever that means. When you can't do that now. So if somebody aggressed upon you or your family or your friends or your community the you would be able to seek the appropriate amount of justice that satisfied you which you cannot do right now. As long as it was acceptable to the community at large I mean if you go out and just start icing people that you think trump Gilani justice, right? Like you go around to start, you know murdering the people that you think committed some sort of crime will now you are the murderer and the community probably isn't going to stand for that. So market. That's good questions and hope that we can continue the discussion feel free to call in again with with further questions it's really interesting book that I turned into an audio book. Most of a decade ago called the market for liberty. Oh. Yeah and it does address these issues. 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Oh, advice from these people that want try to take all the fun out of holidays like Halloween it seems that's the common thread. These days is just all. All the funding being sucked away. Yeah. It really is and it's the worst year ever. Because of that. So early on in my lifetime with you tonight. It's Ian the reverend. Captain Kick Ass toll free number is eight, five, five, four, fifty free. We've talked about divvy here on Free Talk Live. It's really easy to set up master nodes. If you want to join that, you can do that go to divvy project dot or what is a master node that deserves a little bit of research. It's sort of a it's the same thing as like being a minor in the world crypto currency, you provide other services to the network basically besides mining. And you are rewarded for those services. So if you WANNA learn more about master nodes, you can go to do project dot org and also it's super easy to stake divvy as well. 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How do you? How do markets intervene in the absence of or in these new markets? Right because markets were. These, services can't exist in the current environment they just can't they're prohibited from competing with the government on any level. So once you remove that all of a sudden, there's new markets entrepreneurs will step in and they'll begin to invent right What will they invent? How will we know nobody will really know there's a bunch of people who've done a bunch of research that have good guesses and so you can go and find that stuff yourself just feel free to google any of those periodicals to the phones we go to jet in Cord Lene Idaho jet you're on Free Talk Live? Okay it's time to play. Say No just kidding. Win Just just getting no I I. Keep trying to come up with creative ways to send you guys of money. And so we could. TIP THAT FM I know, but it's not very creative to do that. You gotta you gotTa have stipulations. So last week I called about the the four elements of the phraseology that in changed the world the fundamental. So I thought you know that last guy, the last caller you know later, really great foundation for the for this concept. I'm willing to give you guys sort of money. If you will introduce you know new callers to those principles. Number one that. That people with titles number two or just other people. Number three have no more rights than you number four, the newer I. And you do that. You simply ask the question. Did you know that lot Blah Blah Blah? So? How much would you like five bucks per introduction? I mean I'm not I'm not interested in you know taking money from somebody. Might Not my first thought jet is why aren't you doing your own show where show where you're doing this giveaway or people money for their correct or incorrect answers depending on Your four elements. Because I'm I'm busy busy busy. Gosh. We'll look, hey, it's not that I'm against what you're saying jet. We do as best of a job as we can on that and I definitely appreciate your continued encouragement because you're not wrong. I mean governments are just people and it isn't. This last guy. This last guy question you know as as part of his. His own inquiry, which question did you know that these people did you know that these people are just other people and have no more right I mean. That would help set. The stage for him to sink further well I feel like we answered questions pretty well, I don't know if an additional question would have really broken through or anything like that because he already was was considering these. These concepts and I I suspect that his answer would have been. Yes. But now here you are asking that question and I'm sure he's still listening. So so you had the same effect simply by calling in right after him. And that's. 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They might think things by being the character that I am saying the things that I am you know they may take actions against me if they don't like me for my opinions and what I say on the air so I'm certainly not in this for the cash would I am in it for us because I feel that this is the most effect that I can have on the rest of humanity blabbing into a microphone about the philosophies of freedom how freedom can lead to freedoms the answer what's the question is our friend Ernie likes to say you know I'm here because of that because I feel that this is the most impact I can have I feel like there's very little that we can do as activists that have impact, right? Yeah. Sadly, and so this to me is the most impact I can have and that's why I'm here. I'm with you. Let's go on. So in the beginning of the show, we started talking about how Halloween Lane they moeen lane to the Max this year and I've got an article. One of a myriad is not hard to find these stories every news agency out there is copying and pasting similar sounding stories about here's how you can have a super-safe Halloween. It's still. So, I just wanted to give you what they're saying to people out there. This is a pediatrician with the allegheny health network story coming from Pittsburgh's Action News Ford. You they say leaving a bowl out with a whole bunch of candy and it where kids can have multiple touches many kids hands in the canny bowl. The same time that would be a spreading opportunity says Dr Joe Ara cre- are crease says families should hand the candy out. He says, there are safe inventive ways to do that. He said quote sometimes, they're using grasping hooks to hand the candy out to the kids all kinds of creative ways that you could do that, and of course, if you're the one handing out the. Candy to the kids make sure that you have a mask gone said are accre. 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You're tuned to the newest episode of Freetalklive presented by Seiko Cei- visit US online at Freetalklive DOT com. It's free talk live you bring up anything that you want here live Saturday episode also the Halloween episode of Free Talk Live. And it is scary out there and I'm talking about scary government crackdowns on freedom. It has been absolutely horrifying and it's getting worse There are the UK is cracking down even further cities around the United States as well are coming back into full on. Lockdown modes with businesses being told to shut down again in certain places. We'll tell you more about that the chance. But since it is Halloween night I did want to focus on Halloween related stories. Specifically, you know normally on free talk live on Halloween. We talk about some of the typical Halloween stuff like hell houses and you know. Talking about you know how lame certain things about Halloween have been, but it's worse this year than it ever has been with all the fear surrounding, Ovid nineteen and all these recommendations on how to make Halloween as safe as possible. I did see one costume of a toddler sized person. Dressed up as the COVID nineteen virus it's really like Hand Woven or knit or is that here real? I was on my Internet field they just started by giggled that they left yet. Cute. So some people are still having fun they're trying their best to have fun but unfortunately the surrounded by all this pretty lame. Oh, stuff going on. So we'll talk about that by the way you want to say thanks to Bitcoin Dot. com, it is a place where you can go to learn about bitcoin bitcoin cash crypto currency you WanNa, get the basics they've got it for you go to the getting started or get started section there at Bitcoin dot com take some time to learn about crypto currency because it's not going away. 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Guest. I'm sad that drums never enjoyed halloween that it's never been a funded somebody just did you just never like it as a kid for some reason? I got no problems as the large black man I scared now people just find my Dow appearance. You go put on a stupid I constables walk around like trump goofball come on. All right. So what were you calling tonight something really scary right. Go ahead. No just a couple of communist trump made this week. The first one was done. doctors warn people are dying because they get more money well, then why they held in the letters after. The twenty seven down. The damn hostile the we're arcane had to. TAP for the media trying to explain why he caught up is Dave and tell him for months to be careful with all these rallies and these always people around him all the time and he just refused to listen to you. And then he calls them idiots and and he says, well, they want people to die because you get more money I've seen people that their doctors have cried she nursed. Crying over pieces today loss. Yeah. I didn't hear the exact comments from trump that you're referring to I am vaguely aware that they exist but. As I understand it. The situation is not that doctors want people to die. Obviously that's their. It's their job to stop that from happening. Okay Look I. Don't have like I said I don't have the quote in front of me. I just want to say this about that, and that is that what I've heard people alleging. Doctors are purposely trying to kill people but that what doctors are doing is if somebody dies from some other reason like let's say they had a heart attack but they also had co Vid. They'll go ahead and chalk that up as a covid related death even though it was a heart attack but because they had cove it, they get money for that death from. The government from the government actually comes from the tax payers pockets. Yeah. So that not that it was an incentive to kill people and maybe trump did say that I don't know which you know whatever. But But that it was an incentive to misreport or to increase the numbers, I don't believe I. Don't believe you don't believe they got paid we'll google and. Look. I. Don't believe that there misrepresenting taping one appeal bought this thing for months. Okay. I'm a lot of stuff they said has come to. Really how many people do you know who? Where people who have no underline medical conditions none and die area rare dude. Of course, they're gonNA show you those stories they wanNA THEY WANNA. Scare you the mainstream media wants to scare us from. To believing in this so you'll keep watching their BS news reports. Of course that they find a young person who dies from Cova. They got a herald that from the to the headlines my God someone who wasn't eighty five and you know how already with three conditions died well, of course, things like that are going to happen if if given a million cases or whatever yeah one of them's going to be a young person. One of them's going to be a baby One of them's going to be a you know somebody who was previously. Too. Long ago two cans. Diallo. Kinds of stuff dude. Covert nineteen there's all kinds of things to kill kids. So what I? Two hundred people. Year and they're talking about thousand tens of thousands of people die every day. Did People Diet where People Alzheimer's? Bomber this. Funny. My grandparents had it to man. I'm attitude. Or Two hundred thousand. Lack. Of Bonnet, he likes to the country. TV whole What would I notice? Daily any gets up and he lies to the country to people who as a politician they're all liars. Hello, you're. So you're a sucker. Around yes soccer. Soccer because you're. You sound like a Republican. He doesn't even vote your stones may break. You're the one who's all caught up in this soap opera of politics. I'm not caught up. Yeah. You are actually as we've got a listener who's in our twitch chat room watching underscore home. He says, trumpets Jerome's head read free. He he's constantly on your mind. You're constantly thinking about this guy that you hate I mean I can't even imagine being in that I i. mean I don't think one iota about these people except at the time when I'm doing show prep and I happened to see news articles about them, I don't spend any of my time thinking about these people. Man inspected his own wife and son, and he was making a joke about it. Okay. It's not funny. But so trump joked about infecting his wife. Know he made a joke about it. He was. The first lady got the virus and start be bias and he just had this smirk on her space like, Hey, you what do you think? What does DONDA DOTS career of? They put him in the hospital done. You know that that person's create a woman would have been awkward Fox would have been all over there. How could you let him die from this? I just wanted to say, I just want to say that I was incorrect in two thousand seventeen Alzheimer's deaths were one, hundred, twenty, one, thousand, four, hundred floor however. People who died this one, hundred, six people over eighty. I looked at more than seven hundred and ninety, five, thousand people in the US died of stroke in the same year. So more people die from having a stroke that have died from covid nineteen. By like three times. Four Times. A cure for strokes either cure for the stroke. Thank you drome for the call tonight I do appreciate it by the way found the joke he was talking about according to the daily beast dot COM trump cracked a joke about his wife's coronavirus diagnosis putting to rest long-running chatter that he and the first lady don't live together or sleep in the same bed. 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Pet name for the to back to back weeks of festivals that happen at the Campground I I've not been to the pork fast proper never, and it's not really a bucket list thing but like you find planning in advance already which I am I might as well attempt to get as much time as I can to attempt to both the porcupine freedom festival is a good event as well but it's more centralized there's a board of directors there's a there's an official schedule there's tickets prices fork fast doesn't have those things which is why I chose to go to fork fast exclusively last year because to me it felt like the freer of the two fastest and I don't mean three as in like the monetary value I mean the freer where like there was no bs involved with tickets and schedules and bureaucracy, and all that kind of stuff. It's all up to the attendees as to what happens at fork fast. So you get to decide what to have. You can put on things for other people to do their if you feel so inspired or to show up, hang out fork fest DOT party as an unofficial website where you can get connected to the fast chat room for fests forum and more. That's fork fest DOT party to the phones to your calls and thoughts. Rob Is in Aberdeen Washington listening to K K. W. Hallo Rob. A Guy Oh man but every time I call it after that Rome guy. You just lucky. Oh Man. Jerome you need to realize we have this thing called the constitution. Obviously I live in the People's Republic of Washington. All these bass mandate and lock they don't do anything. And of virus needs to spread within a population. So it mutates and weekend. So it's less deadly. I don't know He. He the media has that poor guy so scared and so. brainwashed I I. Don't think he even does what's up and down anymore. When you say the constitution I mean it hasn't protected us from the government crackdowns on freedom. So it's not like the constitution is really. A whole lot, right? Yeah. On the Libertarian So well, that's the that's the big problem is the constitution says one thing, but the government does and does and other. and. A good example is the stale live in we have a tyrannical governor who wants to do by edict whatever the he gamble feels like. damp who cares what the constitution says There's a very nice amendment that actually says. The freedom of movement of the people should not be a bridge. and which totally rosy lockdowns out the window right? So. So the. What's going on right now all these lockdowns the. The. The all the telling businesses they have to close at certain times a day or all that crap is off we've allowed that to happen. Absolutely. And it's just your owners exercising their ownership over you. They're saying, Oh, we own you and so you're going to do what we say. We well, that's people think we're free we used to be. Are you anyone who thinks Anyone who thinks they own their own property go pay property tax for five years and watch what happens. Ridiculous but. Jerome, you need a wake up. You are being brainwashed you're buying into it. I I want everyone to know I do you have a medical background? Your average flu is a corona virus, the rhinovirus which the common cold is a corona virus. And SARS. Virus. Wasn't SARS SARS is a coronal in fact. Cove it is actually axel scientific name is stars Koby to. Is a mutation of the stars virus? It's an upper respiratory. I I don't want to get all into. This is. Nothing new all scam. We know what this is. It's a scam. It's all about it's basically power grab in election year. That's all there is but it's a power grab everywhere because it's happening all across the world the world. Yes. Something is very strange about this and you know as our co hosts nobody on another night pointed out he feels like it's an in game and he's not quite sure. Why Now? Why this? What's what is this all really about? Here's my question for you rob you described yourself as a libertarian What's IT GONNA take to get you to the move over to New Hampshire to get together with other liberty minded folks. money. I'm actually why those middle class people who have got attacked. And I. would have to up route a lot of things to move to move to. New Hampshire. But it looks like you're Hampshire. Decent help man some. Crazy things have been going on there. Yeah. It's pretty bad here with covid crackdowns. In fact, they just started demanding that restaurants ask for a name and phone number from anyone coming into the restaurant is that state life Believe? It is statewide demand that they are making never to lie it's just the. None of these laws that we're going to bring the the restaurant. Association suggested that we do this, we're going to do this It's crazy. That's That's one thing about here in Washington Believe it or not. The majority of the State is actually read. just what we call the I five corridor, these specific counties, Thurston, Clarke, king, that's where all the power structure is. So all the outrider counties like I live, it's called Grace Harbor County. It's actually trump plus sixteen county believe it or not, and a lot of the outlier counties everything's open for business. But. The I. Five Corridor counties completely closed in lockdown. So I've got a bunch of state. I got a bunch of friends in the Seattle area and I used to live there for a couple of decades. So I'm very familiar with the state of Washington. About, yeah, I do and I used to call everything on the other side of the Mountains Midwest. Basically is thank you. For your call tonight man I appreciate hearing. Thank you rick is on the line and Bowling Green. Kentucky Rick. You're on Free Talk Live with the Union the captain. Hey. Listen to you guys on weekends when I'm driving next. Different things that I do appreciate and I kinda I'm trying to get a feel. So I'd get the feel you. All Libertarian. Yes. Sir I heard you talking to that the caller before the last one and talk about one of you I don't know which one doesn't even vote. and. I would say that I would say I lean more towards libertarian myself. but sometimes, I, just feel like you have to cheat to. To Evil. Well you gotTa try to you WANNA try to influence the way you're governed a little bit. I would think why just give up their hands up and say I don't care who governs those. You know to me. It's you just look at the situation. Go Okay I. got this Scoundrel over here and I got this scandal over here. Well, lay it out for you real easy I. Don't believe that I have the right and I would never ever consider. Myself an authority over you. I do not have the right to tell you how to live your life and so therefore, I am not going to vote because I refuse to tell you how to live your life. That's my reason. Now, if you want to go ahead and vote for somebody that's going to tell me how to live my life. You're not reciprocating that same courtesy to me, which is fine. You're free to do. So that's another reason why where it is that's not the reason why I vote. Where Rick is coming from. I don't. Yeah. Yeah. But it but I'm voting is not because I want to impose view on you. It's because I. Want to reduce the damage done overall. I think that's maybe where it's coming from. Hang on hang on. We'll stand by we'll bring it back here after news the toll free numbers eight, fifty, five, four, fifty for the thing is when you vote the politicians don't even know why right they just know that they won and now they can do whatever they want. It's free talk live. Remember when you first heard about Bitcoin, how long it take you? So realize this little projects would soon change the world the you kind of wish you had gotten involved sooner. 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Think this is really GonNa pay off in the long run. The onion, news? Network. A. Free Talk Live how to have the lamest Halloween ever. Of Your Life, we've actually been trying to talk about it, but it's been a busy night on the phones which I prefer it like when we talked to you when you talk to us about things that you think are important. So feel free to call in and join us here. The toll free number is eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty free like freedom live Saturday show Halloween night edition with you. It's in the captain we're going to go back to rick in bowling green he'd called in with some questions about voting. He heard you mention captain earlier tonight that you don't vote and I do I typically not for president. Beach. Don't vote at all I don't know but that does it have you ever? I mean like their time in your life not. In a government situation. I happen to own a piece of stock in a company and there's shareholders vote every year I've I voted there opted into that system. Just completely voluntary. Let's go to rick. He's in bowling. Green. Think listening to W K C there, Rick you're back on free talk live go ahead. What I was getting at is I think these political parties I think sometimes as we become adult. People get an autopilot and they just say I'm a Democrat or I'm a Republican. The brain turns off. That's right. Yes. They pick their team another flying their team's colors. Right Right And so what I'm saying is I'm looking at the world right now in two thousand and twenty, and it's really been more than two thousand twenty but it seems like it's becoming more and more polarized but. I look at there's two factors that influence my vote more than anything else. And that is originalists justices. Okay the supreme. Court because we got all Garki going on here I mean everything ends up going three court. The legislature is not passing laws anymore. Everything's going to the court and the court decides this is the way it is now on her it's not so when you When you look at our supreme. Court. The left judges. They tow the line for the different Democratic Party. Every single time you look at the swing vote judges. It's Kennedy. It's. It's Robert. you know when Obamacare went through you don't thieves left Judges Swing Vote Day, create the law whatever the Democrats want him to do. Then when I look at the judges, all icier a bunch of art status want to control my life and every very rare now, and then the judges will make a decent decision. But for every decent, there's thirty of them that are a pro-government prostate, make the government bigger and it doesn't matter to me I agree with you there. But I just I'm just saying when you just evaluating the swing votes feel are. The constitution, an originalist justice you got a better chance of forcing the legislature. You don't get to them. Broad appeal not only do not get picked on. Statistically. Your vote makes no difference. You can do the research yourself go go ahead and look that up online at just type in statistically your vote makes no difference. You'll find all sorts of articles and research that prove that your vote isn't going to make a difference so. The other thing that influences my vote is I just look at regulation in expanding government. The the Party in my opinion twenty twenty that once the government controlling everything is the left. and. So it's like you know I'm not I do not just put my brain on autopilot Sam Republican and I'm invoked like I said I lean libertarian good. That's commendable. But rare times I have sometimes, I have to say look These people are off the rails going one way and I may not agree with everything this one thinks but this is closer to where I am in twenty twenty two knows guys. Remember something here I look I'm not not trying to defend the Democrats or anything like that, but just trying to get you to look at a different aspects. So there's what the politicians say and then there's what the politicians do. So look for instance, at the years during the Bush administration when there were I'm what four or five, six years like that with. Several years where the Republicans had total control over the house than total control over the Senate and they had the presidency and what do they do? They made the government bigger than it's ever been. They didn't do Jack Squat to make the government smaller and I. Agree you know. So it doesn't matter. Are we freer now than we were ten twenty thirty years ago. And furthermore, furthermore, this system that you're talking about this government system with all the courts and all the laws and all of the Congress people and all of the police and all of the alphabet agencies is forced upon you. You never decided you've never voluntary voluntarily signed up for it. It's a lottery of birth because I was born on a specific piece of dirt on this planet Earth I have had the United States system forced upon me. I never once said, yes, I agree to abide by all of these things. Most of us didn't, and so this is my mic hold objection to the whole entire system. That said I do agree with you rick that I will continue to to play this stupid game of theirs because that's you know I I'm not of the belief that it matters at the federal level. It doesn't get us they're gonNA just ruin our lives and destroy freedom and destroy the economy probably has more effect at the local level you're going to use the argument of self defense. For. The the place where I'm speaking specifically to the caller here I know your thoughts on but that's the most likely place for you to actually have an impact is to get involved with your local community on a local level. Yeah and here in New Hampshire, we actually have people who we know who are running for these political positions. What are CO HOSTS ARE DMED? So is running she actually made international headlines. This year because she is the. Trans Satanist anarchist candidate for sheriff here on the ballot as a Republican. which is amazing and Hilarious, and there's no way I wouldn't vote for her because it's it's awesome. To be able to do that and does she have a chance to win honestly it's twenty twenty I think anything could happen with all the press that she's got. She's certainly has a chance rick. Thanks for the call. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts with us here. Tonight's of I've that I would be flabbergasted if she won but also ecstatic if she wins, it'll be like. Explosion. We have a should I call it a gentleman's agreement. You and who are you that if she does become sheriff that I get to be deputy kick. Deputy Lord. Lord Reverend Captain Keiko, whatever the however many more titles I need. All right. So we're GONNA continue with more of your calls and it is a night of the Dave. Zoo got two more days on hold here Dave in. Michigan. Full Moon and Halloween a bunch of day. If you're on free talk live go ahead. It's right another day. Fascinating conversation watching the moon come up now. It's a full one indeed what's on your mind tonight Dave How do I properly with? Here in Michigan. As has. Been defeated by the Supreme Court of Michigan. That her orders are not valid. However Dana Nessel. that. Torney general. said. Well would just push this over to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. And now, and you just mentioned you guys earlier. Believe New Hampshire's taking down names and numbers of people coming into the restaurant. And that's IT Michigan now. It's the new thing going around. It's spreading faster than covid nineteen actually. there. Right while you're referring to Dave is the fact that this governor there in Michigan very unpopular did some really tyrannical things? This year was one of the worst of them. She'd got smacked down legally by the court system and you'd think that was the end of the story. But no, she said she said Oh well, if they're not gonNA, let need to it. We'll just have the regulatory agencies basically come up with the exact same rules and shoved them down people's throats. So what it really goes to show even more. Even. More increased find. So. Oh. You didn't like it. That way great will crank it up a notch a lesson to be learned from this. Thank you for your call tonight. The lesson to be learned here is that the whole checks and balances thing is garbage it's not working the way they told you. It was going to when you went to school I keep looking at because. It's brought it to mind the whole. 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So people are saying, well, I'm just going to have a funeral instead for Turkey because the rules are more last night for the funeral and they are for the Thanksgiving dinner I hadn't heard about that but it sounds plausible sounds like the Thanksgiving rules are like six people or less right can't be from have to be from your family. Right can't be more than one fan something like that. And like we won't have time for tonight. Yeah. Before thanksgiving, we'll get to that because we've got lame Halloween rules would get again in chance but first, let's go to your calls and thoughts another day that this one in new. Mexico you're on Free Talk Live Hello David. Hey Yeah Grand grand jury indictment on looking at here stayed in New Mexico and you remember that judge telling you about 'em Monica Zamora. Do. But you our listeners may not. Yeah, anyway. So M, Monica Zamora judge. She's the one where she terminated my parental rights and adopted my children to this is a court document Kirk Hodan allege. And I went I appeal that to Mexico Court of Appeals and got a unanimous judge decision saying that Monica Zamora. Violated the law and they reversed the termination of my parental rights and that adoption and you've got your kids illegally. No but I never I've never seen him again. However, I had this grand jury indictment here that I'm reading from state of New Mexico versus Kirk L. H.. H and grand jury indictment count number. Four and five, this gentleman illitch who? Pretends to have adopted my children. says right here that the defendant unlawfully toucher apply for us to David Lynch, which is actually not his name because they couldn't legally changed his name from Olson to catch but good touching in a rude insulin or angry manner, a petty misdemeanor, and then he also. Hit Eighty hit he hit your your kid your son. He he touched applied force Is the battery and the assault is did the threat or menacing conduct did 'cause David Illitch which is That once again, not his name, his name is Olsen and it was could never be legally changed to reasonably believe he was in danger of receiving and immediate battery, which apparently he did receive a penny misdemeanor contrary whatever. So and those are that's four and five. This Dude also has a felony charge. Slapping up the baby. Mama my his. His Excellency really picked a winner. Yeah and and he also attempted to rape her at the same time this recent. Development, or is this old news? Honor about Novem I, I just found out about it because the a lawyer sent this to me, but honour about November Ken of twenty nineteen. Is when when he did this stuff, can you use this information to try to get your kids back? I'm sure I can use it to do something I don't know exactly what what this will. Effect but I can use it to do something. Yeah. So anyway, that's the incident with I. Mean That's not that's not the kind of news you WANNA receive it's like Your kids are getting hurt right but on the other hand, the guy's jerk and maybe this is an opening or an opportunity for you David. I, wish you the best. Thank you for the call tonight. The toll free number here is eight, hundred, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty free. So to take back to the the the sort of the theme of the show here tonight in between betwixt, your your phone calls have been coming in and again that's what this show is about. So you can call in about anything you want but I was announcing some of the lame -CATION techniques here that they're they're encouraging all over the place and I've seen it in just my neighborhood here in Keene New Hampshire with these candy shoots as they're calling them this sort of impersonal. Of. Down a tube. At the kids that are waiting down below and so here's here's the rest of the story a doctor in a pediatrician with the allegheny health network. In Pennsylvania, yeah, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Action News to be Ta e reporting. He is recommending that people. That not leave a candy bowl out that they put together some sort of inventive system. He says, there's all kinds of creative ways that you could use hooks to hand the candy out to the kids He says, you got to wear a mask though, but don't wear masks because that could be a respiratory problem. One masks doesn't cause any problems but to does. Said children should trick or treat with those who live in their home or in pods that include others they have been in close contact with he said, family should not crowd outside homes and they should keep their distance from others because you know back in the day back when things were normal, you'd like walk around the neighborhood see your friends you'd see. Your neighbors stopped a neighbor isn't this a Nice Halloween oh? Did you see those costumes? You know the typical Halloween chatter now you've got to stay away stay as far away from your neighbors as you possibly can don't stand there and talk to them. Don't have any kind of conversation don't act like everything is OK 'cause everything's not okay. Be Afraid of COVID. Afraid it's making people afraid of other people it's horrible and. I keep saying we're. Becoming. A society of bubble boys right the they use the term pods here, which is very similar to the social circles concept that they have going on in Canada where in Ontario Province, they say you're only allowed to have a circle of ten people and you're not allowed to hang out with anybody else besides those ten people and those ten people will have to be in the same circle. So they can have like a connected to one circle here. and. Then connected to another circle there. No, it's the same ten people. That's it. So they're saying you can only go trick or treating with pods. Oh, man the the governments of the past with licking their chops at such control at such ability to track all of their citizens at their every move and where they go and what they do, who they associate with who their neighbors are all that stuff right there literally turning people into pod people. Invasion of the body snatchers. Going on. So Brandy Jackson of Bridge said she's prepared for distance trick or treaters will be out tonight in her community. She says, we did the tube and then I'm going to have a barrier. So we can keep the six feet. She attached a tube pvc pipe to her porch. She said her two year old son will put the candy into the tube slide to the trick or treaters. It's important this year to keep hope and just try to keep things as normal as possible while you're failing. Okay. If if your idea of normal is to attach A. PVC. Tube decorate it and change everything about how Halloween has ever worked up into this point is anyone buying that this is in any way shape or form normalcy this is fear. This is constant fear. It's fear just racking people and making them creative to try to feel good about trying to maintain whatever sense of participation in this holiday look I'm all for finding a work around for your problems. It's it's human nature to do that to look for the way to get around a prowler and hurdle to problem solve a problem that can think so like. In ways, I can appreciate at least the creativity involved, but I do not have the hope that some of these people have I said in the beginning when the lockdowns I started happening everybody's like Oh only two weeks I said now now it's in fact it's going to be never ending so far. I'm right. 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Toddler-In-Chief Decides To Do His Job - 12/29/2020

Quick News Daily Podcast

28:27 min | 7 months ago

Toddler-In-Chief Decides To Do His Job - 12/29/2020

"This podcast is brought to you by ragu. Old world style. Traditional saas agreed. Sal starts with the best ingredients. Ragu old-style traditional sauce is accurate sauce. Inspired by our founders original recipe ragu old world style. Traditional sauce is made with delicious ingredients including vine ripened tomatoes chopped onions. Garlic and olive oil simmered together for the authentic taste. You and your family will wanna comeback to for recipes sauces and mealtime inspiration. Visit ragu dot com. Hello and welcome to the quick news daily. Podcast where i give you the facts. I no click bait stories just real news that matters to real people. Today is tuesday december. Twenty ninth welcome once again. Today we have some stories that i wanted to get to yesterday but it was already running over twenty minutes so i figured i'd just save them until today. So we'll be talking about the brexit deal from last week. A pretty crappy move by go daddy dot com and some news on the fiasco. The stimulus deal in congress. Let's keep right on rolling this week and get caught up. Let's start by talking about this horrible tone-deaf initiative that happened to employees of about two weeks ago go daddy. Employees got an email from the email address. Happy holiday at go daddy dot com the email read in part quote. Twenty twenty has been a record year for go. Daddy thanks to you. We cannot celebrate together during our annual holiday party we want to show our appreciation and share a six hundred and fifty dollar one time holiday bonus to ensure that you receive your one time bonus in time for the holidays. Please select your location and fill in the details by friday december. Eighteenth and quote so about five hundred go daddy. Employees filled in their information sent back a ton of folks are struggling through this pandemic so this six hundred and fifty dollars would really mean a lot to them well. Sadly this wasn't real a couple of days later they got another email from go. Daddy's chief security officer dimitrios combs. That said you're getting this email because he failed our recent fishing test. You'll need to retake the security awareness. Social engineering training as i mentioned quite frequently. I'm in school for it. So i've learned quite a bit about how to keep information safe on the internet and phishing scams and all of that honestly unless there's some type of warning a couple of weeks before this. Maybe they did just take that awareness training in. It warned them against something like this. Maybe that happened but this was such a high quality fake that i think i probably would have filled this out to. I think the only thing that would be suspicious would be that. They're asking for your information. Which i don't know stranger things have happened in an email from like hr or something and that the email was from happy holiday at go daddy dot com not happy holidays. Kind of nitpicky. But the devil's in the details. I haven't learned this for sure yet in school. But frankly if they have at go daddy dot com in their email address. That would probably mean that the hackers already got into the go daddy system at that point. They'd already have almost everything that they wanted in. The company would have a lot bigger worries that employees giving information. The emails were brought to the world's attention because three employees decided to forward them to the copper courier who first broke the story. That story also says quote despite the company surpassing twenty million customers this year in reporting quote record customer growth. The company laid off or reassigned hundreds of employees during the coronavirus pandemic including in arizona iowa in texas and quote. That always drives me up the wall when companies say that. They're having such a great year. But as an employee you look around in half your department is gone or your benefits are getting cut or something like that as we learn more and more about ronald reagan there are so so many things to hate about his presidency. But this idea of trickle down economics is maybe the most dangerous when wealthy people get more wealth. They don't pass jack down to regular people. One of the things about this is that go. Daddy wasn't even the first company to try this in september tribune publishing which owns several major newspapers around. The several major newspapers around the country sent a similar email to its employees. That promised five to ten thousand dollars bonuses. That company eventually ended up apologizing. Go daddy should to again. So many people are struggling during this pandemic especially the workers at go daddy since they're getting laid off left and right so this is the worst kind of email you can send yes. Hackers can be very good and send convincing emails like this one but there are almost no warning signs in the email. Like i mentioned i looked a bit further in. There was one type of put some middle's instead of submissions one grammar issue with missing comma and then they also put the standard free money claim it now saying in there which are all a bit suspicious at the same time people do not spell as well or have good grammar as they used to even. Hr people spell check is really a crutch and people use it as such so. Besides that free money thing. I wouldn't think that this email was suspicious at all. Not only does go. Daddy need to apologize for this but more importantly they need to cop out those bonuses part of that apology if you can't afford that then don't send out the e mail. Some other big international news broke toward the middle of last week was a sort of brexit. Deal that the u k in european union designed officially it's called the eu uk trade and cooperation agreement member countries of the eu and british parliament are both expected to approve the agreement within the next week but the european parliament still has to approve it. That might not happen until later in january or even february it technically takes effect on january first but that doesn't become permanent until the european parliament approves to put it mildly british citizens. Were not happy about it. Apparently it's worse than the deal. That theresa may originally made in. That deal caused. Boris johnson to have a fit and resigned from the cabinet. A lot of people are pointing out the hypocrisy of him. Coming out and trying to sell this deal as a good deal which is actually worse than the old one on the other hand. It's important because it makes sure that the uk can still trade with the eu without facing tariffs or quotas or something like that however. The uk loses a lot of privileges everything from access to fishing waters energy markets to uncertainties about traveling between the two. I don't know the eu and the uk and education exchanges. There are also concerns about whether the u k will still get real time info from the eu law enforcement databases and about whether they'll still have access to the eu markets since the financial services sector is so important for britain. Stay tuned everyone. This is going to keep developing over the next couple of months and it is big international news. Yesterday we found out that the house voted to overturn trump's veto of the annual defense authorization. Bill i believe the final tally was about three hundred and twenty two to eighty seven the article from npr. That i was reading about it. Mentioned that super unusual for the house to have to override a veto on the defense spending bill. But that's because it's even more unusual for the president to veto in the first place. Npr said quote the political popularity of the military typically means the national defense authorization act has a high likelihood of passage and becomes one of the last vehicles of the year for compromise and enactment end. Quote all right. I'm just going to pause right here and say that. I hate the stigma that if you even questioned the enormous amount of spending on the military. You're somehow disrespecting the troops you can respect the troops and wonder why so much of the military budget is for these blackout parts of the budget. That means that we can't see how the money is being spent or why regular supplies costs so much more than fair market value respecting. The troops means making sure that they're fighting for freedoms not to help private defense companies. Get rich back to the story. Here trump opposed the bill because it would rename military bases named for confederate figures like robert e lee and he was also angry. That democrats in congress didn't agree to a bargain in which they live some legal protections for tech companies which is the famous section to thirty that he's been ranting about for weeks. Now again it's important to set the record straight on this section to thirty actually is because i guarantee you that a ton of people in congress who say they oppose it. Don't even know what it is. Section two thirty is supposed to help free speech on the internet so says the tech companies like twitter facebook blogs etc are not liable for what users post on there. This is why. Facebook doesn't get in any legal trouble for having all those right wing groups who use it to post death threats or plot to kidnap governors or. Why twitter isn't liable for a toddler. Tweeting stop the steel or win. The looting starts the shooting starts really. It's for any website with user generated content because the website owner technically isn't responsible for what other people post in places like youtube so much content that they'd never be able to go through every single thing short. That's a bit of an excuse but it's the truth the internet we know it would change without this and that's the real irony here. Trump hates section two thirty but if he take it away he'll be the first one whose band he tweets false stuff even threats nearly every day of the week. Usually it's multiple times as for the covid stimulus bill that also finally passed after trump originally said he wouldn't be signing. It includes a lot of what. I went over last week on monday. Which was the first time that it looked like it was going to pass before. Trump went off the rails and said he would sign it has funding or changes for about nine categories of things so the jammed a ton of stuff in here just because they could anyway. Let's go through those first for individual benefits. There are six hundred dollars. Direct payment checks for every adult and child. Earning up to seventy five thousand dollars individuals. Earning between seventy five and ninety nine thousand dollars would get smaller checks and the benefit goes away entirely for individuals. Earning over ninety nine thousand dollars. They agreed to extend enhanced unemployment benefits for jobless workers who will receive up to three hundred dollars per week. Through mid march self-employed people and gig. Workers will also receive extent assistance. There's twenty five billion dollars to help families pay their rent and it extends the eviction moratorium until january thirty. First there's also thirteen billion dollars for the snap program for small businesses. The ppp loans are back. There's two hundred and eighty four billion dollars for those democrats say the eligibility has been extended to include non profits in local newspapers as well as tv and radio stations. Also fifteen billion dollars would be reserved for live venues independent movie theaters in cultural institutions. Which have been struggling for vaccines. There's sixty eight billion dollars to purchase and distribute covert vaccines. Help states conduct testing. Twenty billion of that funding will make the vaccine available at no cost for anybody needing they're seven billion to increase broadband internet which democrats say will millions of students families and unemployed workers afford the broadband they need during the pandemic. There's forty five billion dollars for transportation related assistance which is split amongst four things sixteen billion for airlines to pay the salaries of workers and contractors fourteen billion for mass transit agencies ten billion dollars for highways and one billion dollars for amtrak for education. There's eighty two billion in funding for schools and universities to assist with reopening including two point seven five billion for private k through twelve education for agriculture. There's thirteen billion for farmers and agriculture including money. Under the coronavirus food assistance program for growers in livestock dairy and poultry producers. Now i really liked the sound of this one here for surprised. Medical billing the measure also includes a provision to end surprise medical billing republicans say that patients would be required to receive a true and honest cost estimate three days before any scheduled procedure in that billing disputes would be subject to arbitration now. The dirty secret is arbitration usually goes in favor of the companies because well probably better lawyers. That's why every like terms and agreements that we all click through without reading. Say that if there's a dispute we go to arbitration that is what they want and it says scheduled procedure so if you go to the er probably not going to be covered. Also i'm sure. The weasels found some way to exclude like birth kids being born. That's where they love to get your they tell you you can't leave and then like if you have twins they double charge you for everything. Even if they don't have to use any separate resources so watch out for that. If you're out there right now finally something that trump wanted was making the cost of meals a deductible business expense. Maybe that was for him. Maybe it's for someone who has his ear. Who knows but yeah that's all that's included in that covert relief bill. If you're on their emailing list like yours truly sorry. My voice has been going out here but they sent out new guidance. For how to celebrate new year's eve safely quote unquote but that's kind of misleading. There's almost no way to celebrate new year's eve safely like we would any other year. It's essentially about reducing risk another improbably preaching to the choir here. Because if you're listening you're probably taking covid fairly seriously however it's good to keep hearing these things to remind ourselves or maybe you're just tuning in. You're not as familiar with all the ways to stay safe. I want the show to be useful to as many people as possible. So if you do celebrate here a couple of things you can do one where mask social distance which is six feet or about to arms length. Of course where americans. So maybe we should put it in terms of football fields. Comedy football fields. Is that wash your hands. Stay home if you're sick. Get your flu. Shot a sam and get your covert vaccine. Obviously if you're lucky enough although you wouldn't be protected by now specifically if you're hosting you can talk with guests ahead of time to set expectations for celebrating together. You can limit the number of guests. You can keep celebrations outdoors if possible although midwest here probably not an option if indoors open windows and doors use a fan to blow air out which will fresh air in through the open windows. Clean and disinfect frequently. Touched surfaces in items between use have guests bring their own food drinks plates cups utensils. Have extra unused masks available for your guests encourage everyone to wear them inside and outside keep background music volume low so guests don't need to shout and it's okay if you decide to postpone or cancel your gathering. Do what's best for you if you're an attendee. It's okay if you decide to stay home and remain apart from others. Do what's best for you if you're traveling for celebration know what to do before during and after travel bring your own food drinks and disposable plates cups utensils wear a mask indoors and outdoors and safely store your mask while eating injuring avoid alcohol and drugs that can alter judgement and make it difficult to practice. Covert safety measures avoid shouting and singing. Avoid areas where food is prepared such as the kitchen. You single use options like a little ketchup packets. Are things like that. We just have one more section to go here. And i know it makes sense because we just need to hear this over and over again but man. I feel like an abstinence. Only school right now. That's what this preaching kind of feels like action here alternatives to traditional celebrations. You can have virtual celebrations watching concerts performances countdowns to midnight dinner or dessert with friends and family. Virtually plan your party for just the people you live with reach out to family friends and neighbors variety of ways. Call text or leave a voicemail wishing them happy new year call friends and family to countdown to the new year together. Planning neighborhood countdown to midnight. People who live with each other can stand in front of their house in cheer together at midnight. Oops i guess there was two more other ideas. Watch a livestream firework display concert first night event or other new year's programming from your home such as times square new year's eve ball drop virtual events are happening across the us. Take yourself and do something. You enjoy such as reading a book or taking a walk. Pick up a special meal from a local restaurant to share with your household plan an outdoor activity with people. You live with such as a hiker sledding and set new year resolution's find out if your hometown is sponsoring a special social media event in share your resolutions. Yeah i have to be honest though. It is pretty depressing to think about where we were one year ago versus new year's eve this year in the roaring twenties and the great gatsby in all of that but it seems like we got what the actual roaring twenty s were like. I don't know what else to say. Frankly just hang in there and think of the massive massive celebrations. That'll be happening when this is all over. Just like think about it though. I don't even think we can imagine what it'll be like when every band you wanted to seize on tour at the same time. All of the sports are back theater and movies are back etc already is gonna do it for the news portion here today. I'm going to say news portion. Because it's been pointed out to me that i do go on for quite a while after i say that's all i have for you so here we are. This is usually just the section preview. What's coming up for us and give out various. Thank yous and that sort of thing but yeah speaking of which. I don't actually have anything today. So ironic and guess. The only thing might be winning. I going to have shows this week. Basically like last week. I'm not sure if i'm going to have one like new year's eve probably for sure not new year's day though. So what does that like friday. I guess i would assume just for safety that. I probably won't do anything thursday or friday. Maybe i'll try to get that first review done of batman versus superman for thursday. So at least you have something to listen to in any case. Do stay safe out there. And i'll see right back here tomorrow by everyone. Nama what curious. This is the oddest of sars. Maybe maybe anxious livio smile. Maybe the with me thank last hearts. 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Cattle Current PodcastJuly 8, 2020

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Cattle Current PodcastJuly 8, 2020

"Early cash good cal sale so far this weaker steady to stronger. Producer sentiment improved in June coming up on your calendar market update with West Ishmael. Howdy, all this is where sexual with your cattle Kerr market update for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning eight the July. Although, too few trend there were a few early negotiated cash picked cattle sales in the Texas panhandle on Tuesday at ninety five dollars, one hundred weight on live basis and a few in Kansas at ninety four to ninety five dollars, there were also a few dress trades, Nebraska and mostly one hundred and fifty, seven, two hundred sixty dollars, and a few in the western corn bill at one sixty cavill features, paused the recent rally, though giving back a minority of gains, except for a quarter higher in near October and two cents higher at the back live cattle, futures closed an average of thirty seven cents lower. As for feeder cattle futures, except for a nickel higher in April, they closed an average of sixty cents lower across a range of twenty five cents lower at the back to a dollar, twenty, two lower and spot August. Wholesale beef as were softer, but little changed choice box beef cut up value of sixteen cents lower Tuesday afternoon at two hundred five dollars and thirty cents. One hundred weight select was thirteen cents lower pit, one, ninety, six, eighty four. Corn futures closed mostly three cents lower through July of twenty one, and then mostly fractionally lower. Soybean futures closed one two three cents lower through November of twenty one, and then fractionally lower to a penny higher. I, had results from just won't Trimble Tuesday auction with volume at Preston. Steer Caz wind four fifty to six hundred pounds sold five to ten dollars higher at Ozarks, regional stockyards in West Plains Missouri. Calves Wayne more than six hundred pounds and yearling steers sold three six dollars higher fear heifers traded two to four dollars higher. There are thirty five hundred eight head on offer. Major US financial insys closed lower Tuesday with most pressure, apparently tied to surging corona virus cases here in the US. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed three hundred ninety six points lower, the S. and P. Five hundred closed thirty four points lower, and the Nasdaq was down eighty nine point. Agricultural Producers. Sentiment improved in June for the second month in a row. According to the Purdue, university CME Group Aga- economy barometer. The index was up fourteen points from May to reading of one seventeen. The index of current conditions rose nineteen percent for May to reading of ninety nine, and the index of future expectations climbed twelve percent for me to reading of one twenty six, the Aga- commie barometer is based on responses from four hundred us. Producers, the most recent survey was conducted June twenty second to twenty six with that in mind James Minter the Bromberg principal investigator and Director Purdue University Center for Commercial Agriculture points out that the June survey was conducted after USDA announce details regarding the coronavirus food assistance program. He says that in a more favourable spring planning season, help explain improvement informer sentiment. The majority of producers indicated that the Corona Virus Food Assistance, program somewhat or completely relieved their concerns about the pandemics impact on their twenty twenty four men count. However sixty four percents response indicated that they thought it would be necessary for Congress to pass another bill to provide more economic assistance US farmers. That you're CALICO market, they for Tuesday, night and Wednesday morning date the July remember you can find a weekly recap and highlights and ww dot cal current dot com. This is where sexual thanks for listening.

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Cattle Current PodcastOct. 7, 2020

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

05:38 min | 10 months ago

Cattle Current PodcastOct. 7, 2020

"Green price is pressured feeder-cattle Futures on Tuesday off producer sinemet increased last month by at least one major coming up on your cattle current market updates with Wesley. How did all this is? Where smoke with your cattle current market update for Wednesday morning October b r cattle futures close $2.72 lower Tuesday pressured by grain Futures live cattle futures, though close an average of 23 cents higher in the Front Street contracts off to an average of thirty cents lower the rest of the way with support from cash prices and wholesale beef values Choice box speed cut out value is down $0.74 Tuesday afternoon at Birth. Under $16.24 a hundredweight select was dollar seventy lower at 20684 Grand Futures rallied with support from crop conditions overseas recent Choice Sports and potential positioning ahead of Friday's USDA World agricultural supply and demand estimates corn Futures closed. Mostly three to five cents higher soybean Futures close most often twelve to twenty two cents higher through May of 21 and then fractionally higher to nine cents higher here results from some of the weekly Tuesday auctions monitored by Cocker steer Castle to $4 lower at winter Livestock in Lahaina, Colorado. The exception was steady to a dollar higher for steers weighing five hundred six hundred pounds half month old three to five dollars lower except for steady at 450 to 500 pounds yearling steers and Peter have her sold to $3 lower. There are 3665 head on offer off. Winner Livestock in Riverton, Wyoming steer calves Wayne less than six hundred pounds Hold Steady with instances of one to two dollars lower heifer calves weighing less than six hundred pounds sold the floor or tones. There are 3478 hit on offer steer calves Wayne less than six fifty sold steady at Ozarks Regional stockyards in West Plains, Missouri where there are 31-7 head steer calves weighing more than six hundred and fifty pounds sold two and three dollars lower yearling steers Hold Steady to firm heifer calves sold two to four dollars lower and Allied test home. Finally yearling steers line. 702 749 pounds sold fully steady at Miles City Livestock Commission in Montana yearling heifers waiting seven hundred eight hundred ninety-nine page created mostly steady to two dollars higher that our 1965 head-on offer major US Financial end. This is closed lower to age. On the announcement. The President Trump is holding economic stimulus talks until after the November election the Dow Jones Industrial Average close 375 points lower. Berth E500 closed 47 points lower and the NASDAQ was down 177% Agricultural producers sentiment Rose to its highest level in September since the start of the pandemic according to the Purdue University cmegroup.com. We barometer the Indian increased 12.156 compared to August the low for the year was sixty in April the current conditions index jumped 18 points to 142 in September while the future expectations index Rose nine points to 163. The AG economy barometer is based on survey responses from four hundred US agricultural producers, and it was conducted from September 21st to 25th. According to James Mentor the barometer's principal investigator and director of Purdue University Center for commercial agriculture in September is were more optimistic about both current conditions and the future for agriculture than they've been sensed that they damaged began. He explains at continue crop price rally and the announcement wage. Usda's coronavirus food assistance program payment at Pier to be fueling much the optimism. However, there was less optimism concerning the future of us agriculture trade prospects in September 58% of respondents said they expect agriculture exports to increase over the next five years that was down from 67% in August. The shift was primarily due to more producers indicating the expect exports to remain about the same in the future rather than increasing in a related question producers were asked whether they expect China to fulfill the food and agricultural import requirements established in the phase one trade agreement signed earlier this year Farmers opinions were split with less than half of the respondent 47% off indicating they expect China to fulfil its commitment to import food and egg products from us. That's your Cal current market update off. For Wednesday morning, October 7th. This is web special. Thanks for listening.

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NPR News: 08-24-2020 7AM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 08-24-2020 7AM ET

"Live from NPR news I'm Korva Coleman. A curfew remains in place for another hour in Kenosha Wisconsin about forty miles south of Milwaukee hundreds of demonstrators filled the streets. Sunday. After Kenosha police officer shot a black man at least seven times in the back the incident was videoed reporter Kim, shine of CBS affiliate W. J.. T. Says, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evolves released a statement identifying the man as Jacob Blake. In the video, you pretty much see the man identified as Jacob walking away from officers, and then one eventually as Jacob is trying to get into a his SUV, one of the officers seems to be pulling on his shirt and then you hear seven gunshots and and why that actually happened we still don't know police haven't said Blake is hospitalized in Milwaukee in serious condition. The Republican National Convention Kicks Off Today, in North Carolina NPR's Franko or Donas reports president trump plans to be in Charlotte when he is formally nominated. The White House is being coy about the president's specific plans only acknowledging that he'll be stopping in Charlotte. He'll also be visiting Asheville where he'll be highlighting a farmers to family's food box program funded through the corona. Virus. Food Assistance Program multiple outlets report he's expected to make an appearance at the convention itself. Only a small number of Republican leaders will be physically present on. Monday though as most of the convention will be. Virtual trump is expected to be involved in all four nights at the convention but his big speeches, Thursday when he will accept the nomination from the South Lawn of the White House Franko or donas NPR news postmaster general Louis de joy will testify today before the House Oversight Committee to joys under scrutiny for recent changes to US postal operations that have raised concerns about mail in voting this November NPR Susan Davis has more. Democrats called for joy to appear to explain the decision making behind the removal of certain sorting machines. Mailboxes is well as changes to overtime pay for carriers that coincided with reports of male delays. Democrats. Allege that the trump administration is meddling with postal operations citing the president's repeated attacks on mail in voting, which he believes will hurt his reelection chances despite no evidence of that to joy already testified under oath before the Senate last week that he has never spoken to the president. About postal operations, he also testified that the postal service is capable of handling mail in ballots this. November. But he advised people vote early to ensure they are delivered on time Susan Davis NPR news Washington two tropical storms are headed for the Gulf coast of the US. One Tropical Storm Marco is expected to make landfall later today in Louisiana the second tropical storm Laura may become a hurricane later today that's before it makes landfall close to the same place in about forty eight hours. This is NPR news. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo has arrived in Israel for talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu POMPEO's visit comes out of the US helped broker a deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates to take steps toward normalizing relations between those two countries. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo. Ave has paid his second visit to a Tokyo Hospital in as many weeks. NPR's Anthony. Kuhn reports from Seoul and fish around officials insist the visits are routine but speculation about obeys help continues. Be on Monday became Japan's longest-serving Prime Minister having served two, thousand, seven, hundred, and nine, nine consecutive days in office but public attention was focused instead on his health his aides say Monday's hospital visit was to get results of last Monday's visit and conduct additional tests. I will make every effort to manage my physical condition until orders. Continue to do their best at my job. I'll be suffers from an inflammatory bowel disease which ended in earlier stint as prime minister in two, thousand and seven. Reporters who cover ave say he looks exhausted his current ends in. September. Twenty twenty one anthony Kuhn. NPR News Soul in. New. Zealand families of the People Killed by a mass shooter in March two thousand nineteen giving victim impact statements at a sentencing hearing for the man who fire at two mosques. The shooter killed fifty one people and wounded dozens of others in his effort to kill Muslims he pleaded guilty to all charges. The judge says, the sentencing hearing will take as long as necessary for families to speak. This is NPR.

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Inflation is not as dead as some have said

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Inflation is not as dead as some have said

"This marketplace podcast is supported by MD Anderson Cancer Center offering lymphoma patients groundbreaking clinical trials like car K. therapy in pursuit of making cancer history MD, Anderson will do whatever it takes more at MD Anderson Lymphoma. Dot Com. I'm just in Ho with marketplace, the economy is changing so fast it's hard to keep up. So our latest podcast is here to help it's called the marketplace minute give us just sixty seconds and we'll bring you the latest on what's happening in the economy three times a day market updates business news in hell the numbers affect your personal economy. We'll tell you what you need to know why it matters. Just ask your smart speaker, play the marketplace minute or find it wherever you get your podcasts. The latest on inflation, which is not as dead as some said. I'm David, brancaccio good. Morning yesterday, there was a surprise jump in wholesale prices for the month of July, driven by a spike in energy prices. Some unexpected inflation that lifted interest rates today will get a reading on the inflation that we all live the consumer price index. You've seen the price of some foods adding to the strains of this pandemic. Here's marketplace's Jasmine. Guy I it's not your imagination food prices are growing up Diane Sean Sandbox is an economist at northwestern university couple of months ago we saw the barges single monk increase in food prices that we've seen in the last fifty years. This is at A. TIME WHEN MILLIONS OF AMERICANS ARE UNEMPLOYED and forty three million people are signed up for the Food Assistance Program Snap Johnson Sandbox says, the pandemic more families have been able to get the maximum benefit that works out to about forty dollars per person a week Robin safely is executive director of feeding Florida. The state's Food Bank network. She says with rising prices that's not enough to even dern good times and things are normal. The snap subsidy is often not efficient. So it's only been ended now and she says for food banks, it's also getting more expensive to buy staples for people in need I'm Jasmine Guard for marketplace. New York's Attorney General. letitia James is suing one of the country's biggest producer of eggs for price gouging accusing hill lyndale farms of jacking up the price of eggs up to four times on four million cartons of eggs, sold groceries, wholesalers, and the military. He'll Lyndale says it is prepared to defend itself in court. Checking the markets, the one hundred share index in London is having another update up one percent at the moment here, Dow and Nasdaq futures are each one percent for the Dow future up two hundred, seventy, four points. The SMP future is up eight tenths of a percent the benchmark interest rate in the US ten year Treasury Yields Zero Point six, six percent that's compared to zero point five, four percent that we had a day ago. Hey, it's Kim host of million bazillion the new podcast for kids from marketplace and brains on. We know talking about money can be tough, which is why we're here to answer all the weird and awkward questions that you and your kids have about money and don't worry. We keep it fun. Listen. To million bazillion a show that helps dollars make more sense subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. California Senator Kamala Harris whose Democrat Joe Biden's partner now in the race for the White House, it's an historic moment black woman major party candidate for vice president and part of the business beat here is leadership. Let's talk to Amy Gallison founder and president of she the People National Organization focused on nurturing the political power of women of Color Ms Ellison Good Morning. Thanks for having me. David. I have a question about how organizations confer power to executives could be corporation but in this case, the White House, there are several kinds of vice presidents. They're the ones who are integral members of the real circle of power, and then there are those vice presidents whose voice might be more marginalized. What do you think happens here if the Democrats get in I see a Senator Kamala Harris being in a CO governance very crucial role. I think her role as VP candidate in the next eighty or so days is reaching out and engaging the must win odors but I also, we're entering this era where. Kamala Harris and the women of Color in the base of the party that she represents. are going to go into the first hundred days and into governing with the very distinct and powerful governance vision. Now. Joe Biden has the slogan build back better, which is about not just returning the economy to. The way it was where there were. Know structures that keep people down and privilege others as a practical matter Kamala Harris as vice president could play a role you think in shepherding those policies economic policies. The fact of the matter is economic policies with the support of the majority of the Senate and the House first, and foremost that could encourage her her colleagues to support direct cash payments. She's been pushing legislation on the Senate side for a two thousand dollar a month payment for Americans during the pandemic and student loan forgiveness. But she also can be a champion for a more complex understanding the drivers of the American economy. I mean racial justice is a key economic issue, and what we're saying is that she in the wake of the protests that are calling for reckoning with America's racism. Been Able to have facilitator conversation, which is to understand economic policy in the context of. Policies that have limited the economic futures of people of Color. The National Urban. League is among organizations enthusiastically endorsing the choice of Kamala Harris. Voters often younger I've talked to them often black think Harrison her roles in California was. Too, focused on throwing people in jail and not focused enough on dealing with the inequities that can lead some people to prison. How much of a liability will this be for the Biden Harris ticket on election day that perception of Senator Harris On a number of different levels she's. Adopted a stance and in terms of policy stance that's evolved the justice for policing actors is a demonstration of that. Look all over the country I'm hearing excitement that women of color black women see themselves in the campaign more deeply and are willing to roll up their sleeves and go to work and and part of that is understanding who she is in this moment and the important role. She'll play in unifying the Democratic Party coalition the criticisms aside it's a is quite a thing to have a representative from the most powerful loyal democratic voting force at the top of the ticket and I think it bodes well for. Biden and efforts to recapture the White House. Amy Allison is founder and president of the group she the people thank you very much. For having me. Tomorrow is Black Women's equal pay day this a calculation that the average black woman has to work from January until tomorrow August thirteenth to make up the difference of what the average white man made in two thousand nineteen. I'm David Brancaccio. This is marketplace morning report. From APM, American public media.

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Wall Street Breakfast September 18: Volatile Week Ends In Quad Witching Session

Wall Street Breakfast

06:47 min | 11 months ago

Wall Street Breakfast September 18: Volatile Week Ends In Quad Witching Session

"Welcome to ski health as Wall Street breakfast, your daily source of Market News Analysis. Subscribe to this podcast on Apple podcasts Google podcasts, certified and stitcher. Good morning today is Friday September eighteenth and I'm your host Steve Brown. Our top stories today. Volatile week ends in Quad witching session spending to avoid government shutdown and new round of farm aid. Leading today's news. US Equity Futures held up overnight following another selloff on Wall Street that was led by major tech names. Contracts tied to the Dow S and P five hundred or hugging the flat line while Nasdaq futures paired recent losses by climbing point six percent. Mixed messaging around potential corona virus vaccine, as well as the passage of further fiscal stimulus. Wait on the market while investors are gearing up for consumer sentiment data set for release at. Ten Am eastern time. Don't forget that it's also quite witching day which refers to the simultaneous expiration of market index futures stock. Futures Market. Index options and stock options. These days tend to get a lot of press for all of the volume they create but historically, they are nearly always event said Ryan Detrick senior market strategist at LP L. Financial. In other news, while there may be disagreement over another round of Corona virus relief, lawmakers are aiming to bill a bipartisan spending bill today to avert a government shutdown on. October. First, the clean legislation largely devoid of any controversial measures should keep the government funded into mid December. I don't think anybody wants to be responsible for shutting down the government on the eve of an election in the middle of a pandemic. So it's a rare outbreak of common sense on both sides said, Representative Tom Cole a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee. Starting next week, my administration is committing an additional thirteen billion in relief to help farmers recover from the China. Virus. President, trump announced at a campaign rally in Wisconsin. The new aid is the second tranche of money issued as part of the trump administration's corona virus food assistance program in April. The administration unveiled nineteen billion in relief for the agriculture sector under the cares act including sixteen billion in direct payments to farmers and ranchers and three billion in mass purchases of dairy meat and produce. Due to heightened economic uncertainty the Federal Reserve is considering extending its caps on banks dividends and stock repurchases for the rest of the year. The US Central Bank made the announcement along with its release of hypothetical scenarios for the second round of stress tests that it's requiring due to the code nineteen. Pandemic. Unlike an earlier round of stress tests this year, the Fed will release the results of the tests for each of the thirty three lenders rather than providing aggregate results for the group. The Bank of England held its benchmark policy rate at point one percent on Thursday but indicated it could cut interest rates below zero for the first time in its three hundred and twenty six year history. While recent domestic economic data has been a bit stronger than expected. It's unclear how the economy will perform further out according to the Monetary Policy Committee. Another major risk facing the UK economy relates to the Post brexit trade discussions between the UK and the EU have recently soured. The trump administration spent Thursday reviewing proposals on the tick Tock Oracle, partnership, which currently has many moving parts. Tick Tock owner bite dance agreed to list of video sharing, APP on a US Stock Exchange, which could happen within a year though there are still concerns over whether the Chinese parent will be allowed to retain a majority stake in the new company. Meanwhile shares in China's tencent tumbled into the US closing bell following reports that its investments are drawing new national security attention. Seeing off, competing bids from Deutsche Boerse and Switzerland six the London stock exchanges in exclusive talks to sell Borsa. Italiana to Francis Euronext. Offloading the Milan Stock Exchange would help achieve regulatory remedies for its twenty seven billion purchase of data provider representative which is owned by Blackstone and Thomson Reuters. The deal is politically sensitive in Rome because concerns about who could take control of Borsa. Italiana is bond platform which handles trading Italy's government debt. Targeted lockdown and local restrictions are returning to Europe as the region tries to avoid broad economic damage of surge in Corona virus cases. Weekly cases have now exceeded those reported the pandemic I. Pete in Europe in March the whose financial director for Europe Hans. Clues told an online news conference. All of these numbers reflect more comprehensive testing. It also shows alarming rates of transmission across the region. Pubs and restaurants must shut early and household mixing has been limited in northeast England while social gatherings of more than six people have been banned across the country. French authorities are meanwhile preparing tighter restrictions in several cities while Spain's Madrid has moved to reduce mobility and contacts in areas with high infection rates. About sixty percent of businesses that have closed their doors during the coronavirus pandemic will never reopen and restaurants have suffered the most according to new data from yelp. The National Restaurant Association also said this week that one hundred thousand restaurants have closed either permanently or long-term adding that the sector is on track to lose two, hundred, forty, billion in sales this year. A number of factors have made it. Difficult, for eateries which tend to operate on thin margins. Of Times. As of six twenty am today the Dow and S and P five hundred or set to open flat with the Nasdaq crude oil gold and Bitcoin to open in the green. On today's economic calendar consumer sentiment is out at ten am eastern time. If, you enjoyed today's podcast. Please be sure to rate and review it below your feedback is deeply appreciated. That concludes today's Wall Street breakfast. Thank you for listening for the best investment analysis and news on the web. Dot Com. Subscribe to this podcast on apple podcast Google podcasts, spotify stitcher. You can sign up for our other podcast behind the idea. Referees. 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What you need to know about CFAP

The Big Show

07:44 min | 1 year ago

What you need to know about CFAP

"On the big show on a Thursday eleven thirty five reads the ticking big show clock with point on the road. Stay Eighty Peterson the big show Fisher will have markets and weather information coming up traditionally, we would talk. Markets and weather here Dodd. Rose will be with us. Our expert market analysts were just going to do it to a little different time today twelve ten because. Bill Northey is with us. Good friend of the big show, longtime friend to the big show I asked secretary for over a decade now USDA's undersecretary for farm, production, rural conservation, and one of only two big show pioneer culture award winners and I was just thinking earlier bill. You've been involved with both of those that we've given away the most prestigious award that we give. Give away because you gave it to Hayden, and then you've got the other one, so that's pretty cool thing and thank you. We Indians certainly very very special day when we gave that award to Hayden and very very well deserved no doubt about that so everybody's itching I think bill for it for details on the latest. Hear about the corona virus food. Assistance Program I, know you put in a lot of long hours. a lot of deep thought to to try and make sure that everything's covered to the extent that you're able so What's What's the latest on this belt? Certainly many folks are aware sign up starts on on Tuesday next week a lot of details on the program on farmers. DOT, Gov and You. Go right to the page I'm farmers Dot Gov Slash? CEEFAX C.! F.! A. P. current event. Assistance programs so we have payments in their by different types of commodities. We go all the way from. Eater cattle to watermelon to all kinds of specialty crops, and and other crops and dairy grain so so it was a challenges. He stay putting it together because. A part of the problem was we were seeing the impact change as we were trying to put the program together, and we had to have an innate so really most of what the program does is look at losses from the first quarter of this year, and we know that they're ongoing losses. After that we have folks that sold after our sales period here that are only covered on their inventory loss, and and they lost more than that on some that were sold after April fifteenth. we know that's true. We also know. Congress is looking at potentially some more support, and because although this is sixteen billion dollars, it sounds like a lot of money and is a lot of money. The actual losses to agricultural producers out there. Was, way in excess of that, and and we'll be ongoing as we look at the crap. Going in the ground right now is being impacted. Or has been impacted by. The demand from Kobe and the loss. Of of our ethanol markets and that demand and other kinds of things out there so. I think there'll be? Some. Follow up programs as well, but we needed to get this out. staggering is a term that comes to mind when I look at some of these numbers bill and turn in terms of the the real losses that have already taken place, not even looking into the future. What are the questions that I've heard from prayed? Maybe more people than anybody else bill is. What about stuff that was enrolled in other risk management programs. Is that going to be eligible here under this program? It is we look at this? As as separate from the other risk management programs out there so now we are designing this. I said if if somebody had crop insurance and they had revenue insurance. This does not this is not their participation in that does not impact their eligibility for this for example, crappy or at. A program, Dairy Revenue Protection Program that protects many of our dairy producers. That popped that. about downward boom in prices. We're glad that many producers bought that, but that does not preclude them from participating in this program We do though for losses. Say. We're just looking at ensuring the grain losses after the fifteenth January's if you sold ahead of that. we're not covering We're not paying for Bushels That were not on hand at risk. When the loss of value? occurred so There is caveat there are a lot of detail. certainly is on. A Farmers Dot Gov slice feet c-pap. are FSA offices will be able to answer. Questions as well. We'll have a tool on the website here on Tuesday to. That will let you walk through that. Fill out the form. Actually print out a form potentially sign it. Take a picture of it or mail it in and that would be the application and it's a fairly straightforward process, but those definitions are important. Yeah so then what What should we be doing right now? Bill Gathering. Scale tickets and that sort of thing having been measured. What's what's the best use of our time here now? I think many producers know what they have on hand. If they especially for a for grain you know which you had on hand as of the first of the year. You did that on A. looking at a balance sheet at that time and figure out what you've moved between that and January fifteenth. That's what we need to know. At the end of the day here, you don't need to bring in those sporting documents. He needed to have those because those help. You determine how many bushels you had and whether they were contractor. But we need you to self. Certify what that number is so. To the extent that you need together those that information to be able to determine what you're going to certify. Please do that You can see the the kinds of questions. We're asking like comedy. How many head of feeder cattle did you so below six hundred pounds above six hundred pounds between January fifteenth and April fifteen. If you have some cattle that fit that category you're GonNa want to know those numbers. So, go ahead and gather those numbers, but those questions are on The website payment rates around the website as well. Yeah, and you guys did a tremendous video to that I shared by the way I've got links to all of that on the the big show website and social media at big show farm in the little tutorial video kind of gives us an idea of what this process is going to look like to sell as as Mike said earlier bill I think there's a lot of people and myself included that thankful. You're sitting in the chair that you're in and we appreciate your leadership and we'll get together maybe under better circumstances hopefully soon. Her Shannon. Andy were glad to be able to help with you. Folks and appreciate you getting the word out to folks and We're certainly looking forward to. Enable to help a little bit. There goes bill, nor the USDA's undersecretary for farm production world conservation, Longtime Iowa Secretary, and an Iowa farmer of course as well today on the big show.

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The giant federal deficit, approaching WWII levels

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

08:33 min | 11 months ago

The giant federal deficit, approaching WWII levels

"This marketplace podcast is supported by transfer. Wise. The smart new way to send and receive money internationally join over eight million customers in eighty countries who are already saving and try it for free at transfer. Wise Dot com slash marketplace, or download the APP. The giant federal deficit and a solid gold hit from the forties. I'm David Brancaccio, let's get our heads into the last time. The US federal deficit was this high as a percentage of the total size of the economy. For it's too late Justin. Coma. Prisoner of love nineteen, forty-six debt to GDP ratio of one, hundred, nineteen percent. There's news amid pandemic. Now, the amount of government borrowing this year is approaching one hundred percent of the total economy and it'll go higher if there's a new stimulus package, but we survived nineteen forty-six. So is it really a problem? Let's welcome Robert Bixby Executive Director of the Concord Coalition a nonpartisan organization that focuses on the government's tendency to borrow money to pay its bills. Thanks for joining us. You're welcome. David. So we owe a ton of money. What is it World War Two levels of debt That's about the way it is with the the the budget deficit reaching levels that we haven't seen. Since world, War Two and the debt does a percentage of our economy reaching levels since we haven't seen since the end of World War Two. I mean at one level, it makes a lot of sense to spend during a terrible crisis here. That's bending might lead to getting back to growth quicker that would generate. The tax money to help the government pay this off. Well. It does and actually. Playing against type I I am a budget deficit hawk, but you don't need to worry about the budget deficit in the short term when you've got an emergency like, for example, world, war two or the pandemic. So I look at the the real problem here is the underlying trend in the budget, which was already on an unsustainable track and we had very. High levels of debt and deficit relative to what we usually have before the pandemic began. So the pandemic exacerbated that situation, but we had to respond what I worry about in in these budget numbers is not so much the huge spike in debt in the very short term but the fact that our budget deficit is on a long term track. That's unsustainable. Is, the debt sometimes seems a little abstract to people, but you know to to really bring it home. If we are serious about paying this off the deficit of the scale we're talking about now. Well to you does it signal that higher taxes will be ahead? I think so I think that. In order to get the budget on a long term sustainable track. We're going to have to look at spending, which is growing as our population ages and. Many of the most popular largest programs like Medicare and social security push up spending over the long term. We're probably not GONNA be able to get by with the same level of revenue we've been used to. So really what one of things Congress going to need to look at after the pandemic Spending reductions, but also some way of raising revenue in a way that doesn't. Interfere too much with economic growth. Do you and your colleagues at the Concord Coalition Feel I dunno lonely in your quest to highlight this issue of government borrowing and deficits I mean Democrats and Republicans with some exceptions. Don't seem to care very much. no, they don't. I've I've noticed that. and So yeah, I think it's very, very important to to be talking about this. I think it's important for younger people's understand that this is a burden that they're going to have to live with for a long time and it's GonNa effect, their choices their economic opportunities. So yes, I think that both sides have pretty much given up on deficits for right now. Okay. They have an excuse for the pandemic but really over the longer term, both sides need to get back to this. Robert L. Bixby is executive. Director of the Concord Coalition that's a nonpartisan organization that focuses on this issue. Thank you very much. You're welcome. Is today another eight hundred, eighty thousand people signed up for state benefits after layoffs last week that's still very high yet seems down slightly from the figure a week earlier but the government just changed its seasonal fudge factor. So we can't really compare Diane swonk chief economist at the tax advisory Firm Grant, Thornton. They changed the way they seasonally adjusted data and usually go backwards and make revisions to historical data. So it's all continuous but this time there's an actual break in the data going forward the data we need to have seasonal adjustment for things like the week of Christmas or the week of Thanksgiving, 'cause people were different ways those weeks, but the problem is this data. This week is no longer comparable to last week. So we look at the not seasonally adjusted data and that actually increased over the course of the week. The bottom line is anyway the data's cut. The economy is not healing fast enough from cove it to lift the fortunes of millions upon millions of Americans. Diane thank you. Hey, it's Kim host of million zillion a new podcast for kids from marketplace and brains on. We know talking about money can be tough, which is why we're here to answer all the weird and awkward questions you and your kids have about money and don't worry. We keep it fun. Listen to million Brazilian a show that helps dollars make more sense subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. `nother line between Fried Chicken and the trump administration's ban on transactions using the Chinese company. We chat diners like to us. We chat to order in advance at KFC in China from Shanghai. Here's the BBC's Robin Brandt. We chats is ubiquitous here in China, and Chinese abroad, the US has targeted the APP in the latest move against Chinese technology firms that it claims pose a national security threat now. The BBC has been told this could have a potentially devastating impact on KFC and its parent company. Hey, young China yum is a number of high profile firms who vulnerable because it's incorporated in the US and publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange a considerable number of customers paying for food in their restaurants. Here us we chat for the transaction and it's transactions that president trump plans to ban. Government payments to farmers are surging according to Agriculture Department figures now with farms lying more and more on these checks. Here's marketplace's Nancy Marshall Get. Extra money from the federal government will help drive net farm income up twenty two percent over last year according to the Agriculture Department's Economic Research Service direct federal payments to farmers are expected to total more than thirty, seven, billion dollars this year there's about nine billion for farmers from Corona Virus Food Assistance Program plus get payments from government crop insurance programs, and former are still getting government checks to compensate for lost sales from. The U. S. China trade war in the latest trade deal China promised to buy more agricultural products like soybeans from the US. But it's behind where it needs to be to meet that goal. Congress has approved most of this aid for farmers but not the trade payments they're made through the Agriculture Department's commodity. Credit. Corporation which can borrow from the Treasury Department to help stabilize the farm economy I'm Nancy Marshall Genzer for marketplace. I'm David Brancaccio. This is marketplace morning report from APM. American. Public Media.

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