17 Burst results for "Food Inc"

"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"I was just about to ask you. Did you go the other with. Yeah she said she wanted a cat. So i jumped on that. It was a little easier than a dog. right now So not not that. We won't get a dog eventually but dogs watching no sense the she watches. She's going to be well. Dad you said. I have it on. You know i've been on a podcast that you said we'd probably get a dog. She'll She'll misconstrue that but Yeah it's Yet every year she tries to get me to to buy like an outfit or something. Like that. And i'm like no way i'm not doing that. Oh come on and yes or cat does have an outfit that she conned me into so for halloween. I think it was just kinda she wanted it. But you know it's four halloween. He can wear from louis. I dunno whatever keeps. What's the it's like a dinosaur head or something. I don't know it. Sounds like halloween halloween. Yeah it's a male cat we don't need so can around here helps support your company Well we we do so locally Some of the larger or some of the stores that we sell locally We both pet shop and colombia Pet more up in austin town we all show. We also sell it in larry's drafter which is in poland. No way i met him he also yeah great place beer. It is A lot of great stuff on draft stuff that you can just. They have food on the weekends and stuff like that. So yeah that's awesome. We got under quite a bit and you just have a beer when it's nice out. Yeah so there and then obviously. We're on amazon chewy as well so we do have an online presence. Okay yeah 'cause it is. It is super important for us to support a local company because to have a company like yours. You're considered one of the is an when i say this understand that this is it's important but you're considered a basic job and those basic jobs. Are the jobs that we do want around here because my job is considered non basak. So like i'm like my job is dependent on. Do good at exactly so having a company like yours in our in our hometown is so significant. Because there's the employee base there's the retail portion of it and you are manufacturing something right here locally which is which is bursted out. Yeah chewy come on like amazon like by. Its blasted out there for others to to order. 'em purchase outside of our local area which is pretty amazing for sure yet. It's kind it's does it up now a company like ours which you know. It's not the biggest company world but large enough but we ship to we manufacturing ship to close to thirty different countries You know just atta lisbon at our facility here so yeah we have a presence outside of the us as well that's awesome. Yeah yeah pretty neat. It's very important. Yeah very drink another beer for that one no stress. Well thank you so much. I love that you came on. I left meal. I feel like it's been a long time especially co bid that we didn't even haven't even bumped into each other so it's awesome. It's great it's perfect. Yeah that's also so everyone.

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"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"It's actually not bad it doesn't taste like beep turkey dryer but it's good dryer them. Oh my goodness i. I have a twenty mile hike. That i might just snack. These can actually taste the blueberry. And the whole thing. I'm gonna watch we'll be able to talk about five minutes thing and by the way. This is only a couple of sips a beer that was willing to on here again. I'll make sure brings some of the streets i i. The crickets actually dared your sister to eat crickets with me. Did she used to be dead. I definitely love snails so to me. This would be a step in the right. No one warned me. we'd be product. Why not this is actually really good so for everyone out there. Chicken breasts blueberry. Pumpkin blackwood doctorates. They are edible for human consumption as well and again it definitely sounds like that would be all the diets that were supposed to be following. I don't know if it if it would follow kato kito with that. Is that how you pronounce them. Kito you could tell. I died alive but does that. Follow that Let's see it doesn't say they must not be required. Put their carb carbon saying so there you go. And it's it's it's ninety four k. Calories what is that calorie So that's less than a gallery. I'm not sure especially in the company. But i could find out us. That'd be able to sell this product right now anyway. We didn't think it was bad. Your pets will love it exactly. I'm pretty sure my dog will absolutely love. Do you have a dog. I used to best way last year. Oh my goodness. I'm so sorry. Eighties hard fifteen years. And you know it in. That's eighteen years rate. Little jack russell. Yeah so yeah you know had some health problems and you know it was a who's tough dr definitely generally members. Yeah for sure in you know. And that's the thing that's the pet space at were in it so interesting over. Even since i've been started. Ever since i worked for a how pet you see the. There's there's constant growth in the industry. Yeah and it's because we treat our dogs you know like like family members no longer pets there. Companion animals yes. That's what your trainers. Probably ask us not to. Do you go to these shows. You'd be amazed at some of the products that are out there that they actually sell it. Treadmills for your dogs and things seeing the i know. There's there's people that you know. Spray paint their dogs hair and stuff like that so yeah nail. Yes so you know. They treat their treat their animals like putting them in your your siblings. Close having them run around the house. All of our animals halloween outfit yet. My my daughter always tried to get me to buy something we have cat now..

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"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Gas. Yeah office culture yet. It a fun place to where i enjoy it. You know like anything. You gotta work assist you like any job you get out of it which put into and you know we have a lot of. We have a lot of people work. There have been here for thirty five years. It started on the packaging liner. Now shift supervisors and managers and things like that. So we like to promote from within You know so yeah. It's great opportunity for somebody that might be looking for work. So if someone's looking at lisbon. Ohio been spun to to buy it steadily growing and becoming a little bit more popular. Yeah it's not. As i mean granted for us it for me and can't go this. Probably what a forty minute drive out. It's about thirty minutes. It is the vegetarian restaurant opened yet. I don't think so last time. I talked to somebody. I don't think they reopened yet. But i hope to god they open sudas called the courthouse in and it is. If you are not a vegetarian you will still enjoy the meals there. I've been there. But i i heard greater it is really great. It really is good and then you also have numbers out there restaurants. If you want me just which is also really good. Then areas been growing a lot Especially in the colombian area. I now much do down there now. I mean they say real estate wise commercial and residential. That's where it's at. Yes columbia county right now. Which is amazing. Good for them right exactly. I mean why not so anything else. Did you bring any any dog treats whereas online come on. I'll let you choose. What do we have here. So there's there's a lamb liam and rice dog food dak chickpea sweet potato. I don't know if anybody would like that would have brought some more streets a nuclear try. We're trying one. Elizabeth chicken blueberry pumpkin. You know what's funny is so for our kids growing up. You know with the baby foods and stuff like that that they have After you know we tested or made sure that there was no allergies while blah blah. I used to like instead of instead of like making something separate. I used to take whatever my husband. And i ate and just blended to that work. He would probably be completely gross down. Actually did this at one of our our shows and had a really good too so one of the jerky is it. This is really hard air. Can i break it. Can't i here. You're going to have to have a whole one. i mean technically. It's it's safe for human consumption but not meant for human consumption. It says on the bag. Robust meat protein implant based superfood nutrition. I don't know if that doesn't follow every dietary need for us to consume but it sounds pretty good. Sounds good i ready. I'm ready. i'm not eat nothing. I'm taking a little bite same thing.

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"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"I left the job that i really liked and started working for high pet foods and ten years later. I'm here and we've seen a lot of growth You know it started out. In our four companies for manufacturing companies and then we have our own brands Which is the blackwood adirondack. In nature brands brands that we own everything else. Is co co manufacturing. So we make other people's pets. Do you ever make a treat at a human would enjoy as well as a dog. You know we make our streets it's called million. They smell wonderful. Come off line notes. I've tried it yet. Good yeah it's very good a lot of so if you're ever on a trail ride with your with your order and you're looking to pack snacks. You don't need it. Had two different kinds. You can now just have that horse in you can share. That would be the same thing so you just need to do a dog treat so my son. Actually he makes dog treats himself who can end. He sells them at the youngstown. Lead to help raise money for animal. Charity is a huge animal. Charity advocate as as i am and him and his friends did. Try the tree and it was. It was definitely entertaining to. I'm sure because they just thinking you have just the wheat flour like peanut butter. Like i mean pumpkin puree like how could this really not yes. Good exactly it's the missing. The major missing component that us humans all enjoy in that sugar. Yeah exactly how when they chased it and realized that those sugar was involved. It didn't matter the dashes cinema. Not just like a conflict of interest your sons making treats and you know i know that's great but you guys do a lot of stuff for charity you do. Yeah yeah we were like to support community Obviously you know to give to dog rescues and things like that so we do not donate a lot of food there. We responser a lot of events. you actually have come up a couple of weeks show. Apples warrior foundation to support breast cancer. so blackwood and bright pedder sponsoring that score and all tournament..

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"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"It's an about an hour. North of milwaukee and wisconsin So they are. They solely do freeze dried and they treats so kind of expanded our capabilities. As far as sarah's freeze dried there are yeah. Yeah yeah and then Earlier this year and last year We brought on miracle which is at dayton ohio so they do freeze right treats as well and they also do some like pet goods leashes and collars for dogs. Cats do some every year. He will be accessories to go along with the dog. Yeah that's awesome definitely into that now so the difference in. I don't know how well versed in how into what's the difference between freeze dry dog food and like or dog treats and a regular freeze dried. It's done in a freeze dryer kind of kind of similar to dehydrate dehydrated. So you're kind of taking all the water in a moisture out of that left with the actual you know protein source itself. Okay yeah nice. It's a very very light when it's out and yet it's it's a very popular right now. So where do you get the so you guys make the dog food. Reenlist bend we do. Yeah so where do you get your the ir even know what all making dog i. It's kind of an interesting. Because i do. I have a dog. i've always had dogs. But you ever look at the back of of the nutrition labels like we do in our own food and you see the ingredients on it but like but you look at it and it's like it's a pebble yanni really like. So we're all we're all drives extruded so just know kibbles and you know depending on what shape you want. That's what kind of die we put on it but Yeah it's really interesting process when you get into it. I when i started here Little over ten years ago about it. I kind of came from the transportation industry. How did you get started in the pet food so I've known a family forever. Obviously the holidays wants to start it so And then he went to another mooney family ahead to high school together. Just letting you. All down like cardinal mooney definitely the little secret society so what was that with the skulls. Maybe something that don't mess with the. Yeah so after college you kind of move around a little bit works a couple different places. ended Where did you go to school college. John carroll nice. Yeah that is a good call joined my time. There are a lot of little. I everybody from when he goes like seventeen kids for our class. Actually that is a lie. So transplant from youngstown. To cleveland they're so Yes and moved around a little bit move downtown. Pa moved to south jersey eventually hartford connecticut and then ended up coming back here Then moved the medina for a little bit. So i was working there and you know i was pretty close with traffic all day. Yeah and You know east. We started talking. You had a conversation about. Hey we're getting a place. Where our size that i can no longer handle. You know the hr functions will function safety functions. Things like that And that's kind of where my definitely don't want things to slide away. Yeah so a notion knocks on your door. Yeah so it's it's You know it's important stuff so we started talking and eventually You know i..

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"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Hey everyone lisa resnick here and i actually have a very awesome guest see there. We go restarted saying awesome. But i've chris mcgarry who actually went to high school with not that long ago twenty eight only graduated seven years ago. You talking about clearly h has helped me a little bit better than some others here. I love you. Thanks so krista that he is a huge fan of bird fish. So i have. Burt fishes new dry hopped italian pills ner beer and you're going to have to say the name because again i'm not italian. You're not an. I remind italian friends. Zano yo pies anna. Let's crack this open. Let's see what i'm wondering. What's that italian. Beer that you'll get at the italian restaurants. He's with the t rate. I'm not sure. But i'm wondering if it tastes like that. It's the ready cheers no cheers. I ready jeers. Ooh it is good. I like it very crap. it's a good one. Thank you bert. fish. It's delicious. So i have chris on because lo and behold we here in our area actually have a pet company. Which is i never knew this. Until i saw you and your sister out one day i was like that's pretty awesome. Yeah pet food manufacturers downlisted ohio. And how long have you guys been around. Well you have been around worn when they started the company. There you go for over forty years You know the family's been making Pet food and they started down in. Rot a rogers. Ohio rogers mill. Okay so they outgrew that and moved into lisbon which were were presently at so. Yeah so how many employees do you guys have down on ohio Earn lisbon We're about eighty five eighty five employees. That's pretty good. Yeah yeah how many other locations do you have that. You just pinpointed lisbon. Yeah yeah so. We have three other locations. You'll see the the idea. The beautiful girl goes up there so we have our pet foods. One that started all obviously bright bed is our parent company And then we have southern tier pet nutrition which became a which was bought by ohio. Pet foods somewhere back in two thousand thirteen or fourteen same capabilities. Extruded pet food A little bigger capacity than us in two thousand eighteen We brought on phoebe products..

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"food inc" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Y- you make you make him sound legit though. I listen to podcasts. All the time i feel like you're making up words. I well we. We know based on the study that. I cited by the way tom that as long as my body looks. Okay i can make up words and people trust me. that's right. that is all this talk about. Foods make me angry. I would love to hear where you come out on. The mac rose versus calories debate. I feel like this is usually controversial. Would love to hear your view. Maybe some of the failures of Fits your macro which is kind of where you come out on this debate. General like i mentioned earlier. You know the i f. y. m. if it's accurate i was talking with my son's about this in the car the other day. This idea briefly for people this idea that at the end of the day all that really matters is have you nailed protein fat percentages. Whatever forty thirty thirty or you know some of kito ninety ten died or whatever the case may be and that the actual content. Her quality of the food is not important as long as it fits. Your macro. 's this is a pain point for me because it shocks me so many people still do not acknowledge the fact that the carbohydrates derived from. Let's say six orios is going to processed by the body differently have different. Hormonal impact have different digestive enzyme. Impact have a different microbiome impact. Then that same number of carbohydrates that you get through. Let's say Not an apple and a piece of dark chocolate and maybe you know a nice plate of of sweet potato with a little bit of raw honey on it right. There's a real real difference in terms of the nutrient density in terms of the spike in blood glucose in terms of hormonal impact. And you simply cannot deny that. There's more to food than calories that there's a study that i just looked at. This was like six days ago and it showed that starchy foods can have an impact on metabolism as we know but the structural properties of that starchy food effects. What they call the nets that the digestibility and what's called the post-prandial metabolic response meaning like what happens. Hormonally into blood glucose and insulin after the meal and it turns out that that you know very very complex factors like the amyloid beta amyloid pectin ratio and the starch. Gelatinous ation process. And you know the starch. Protein interaction in the cell and tissue structure of that carbohydrate massively affects post-prandial glycemic response and insulin response in healthy people in and so you know that. That's a perfect example. That yet your slice of one. I like to make myself this in the fall right like i'll make like a nice slice of pumpkin that'll roast in the oven with little bit of raw honey and cinnamon and sea salt. That is going to be processed differently by my body than the carbohydrates from. Let's say ben and jerry's ice cream or you know or an energy bar part of it is is the chemical makeup of the food and how it's digested and then part of it. It's the sacredness of food. His work came from. It's like yeah. The i'm getting get the same amount of protein from grain finished cow. That's been you know electrocuted to death. Like you see in food inc and lift. Its whole life. You know sitting in his own shit. Know whether it's a chicken or cow at a k. fo- food operation. I'm going to get the same protein from that. As in from a grass-fed grass finished cow. Raise generally and loved its entire life and sacrificed humanely but the actual sacredness like the energy of that is different. And this gets more into the wu tom. This gets more into what you called like. Kind of like the witchcraft. But it actually is true that there's something to be said about how your body responds to caring for the planet and caring for animals and acknowledging the spirit of the animals and acknowledging sometimes their sacrifice of their death with gratitude and honor than there is just like going through life mowing through whatever calories you want as long as it fits your macro bro right so you know up. A pop tart is going to be different than a bowl of sprouted wheat with fresh blueberries or a microwave. Brio is going to be different than like you know. Authentic mexican meal with cilantro gazpacho. And you know in some some housemaids sour cream and a wonderful organic bit of of ground beef that you eat with your family you know. Or or a few scoops of like the bland way protein powder has been sitting in your pantry for two months. That's going to be different than the protein that you get from. Let's say like a like a a piece wild caught steelhead. That just came out of the river two days ago that your friend gave to you right so anybody who each holistically knows this. That can feel intuitively. I can't necessarily site a scientific study that actually looks into the microwave burrito versus like the homemade burrito with all the healthy holistic mexican ingredients. But i i'm always always aware of the sacredness of food. The energy of food the source of food the impact of food on the planet. And if all you're doing is just blindly fitting. Your mac rose with carbs proteins and fat. I think you're denying i. I recently interviewed charles eisenstein about his book sacred economics in the same way that money can strip a lot of the sacredness out of relationships and transactions not acknowledging the sacredness of food and our sacred connection with our planet can strip a a lot of the the meaning and the even even. I would argue the help out of food. So i'm not a fan for getting the impression of the i. F ym approach. I just think there's way mortar. Food and food is way more sacred than that to to strip it down to individual calories carbohydrates fat and protein. What will you have your clients tracker food still. Though it's there's been some studies showing that whether it's the macro or whatever it is they're tracking just the the active tracking food has been linked away. Loss like you have people record with reading or is that just to get you up to speed. So you know you're working with both like i have people record because many studies have shown that when you record you actually that dot which is what measured is managed or over the saying goes but yeah yeah so all of my clients i. I'm very careful because most of my clients are like busy. Exacts their people you know they're actors there are people who are just go. Go go all day long. I don't want somebody to have to spend ten minutes of their entire meal logging. What they but we do everything from quick photo of your food and upload it to just follow what i wrote and let me know if you stray from that to you. Know jot down something on on a napkin or piece of paper and shoot over to me via text so it varies but yeah everybody that i coach basically at least keeps me up today and themselves up to date on what they're eating and then i personally spent two years as a bodybuilder logging. Everything ainley every last thing that slice a banana. And and i and i had software system very similar to like the the one that i like now called. Chronometer c. r. o. n. e. t. r. And i'll still feed my food into that like every two or three months just to double check and kind of see how i'm doing micronutrient wise and you know in in macro nutrient wise and and you look at my vitamins and minerals and nutrients sarah but i spent two years as a bodybuilder. Doing that like every single day and the payoff from that now is i can just look at a banana. 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"food inc" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"So mike mike. Gresko visist food inc and saw and they're like thank. You should be a lot of work here. Nobody but at the same time. I feel like it's very on brand brand for you. Sally and it should be serious. Sumi ink heavy heavy heavy element industries sensory honor. Something the amount of anxiety. I had been picking a name because my lawyer was like you have five hours like five hours to pick a name. And i was like. Are you kidding me. And so all of my other ones were horrible like it was like nori nori read or like norian or like and it was. I was so happy that one of them. The my first choice wasn't taken. But i all my other ones were. Were terrible like they weren't. I'm sorry why did you just kidding. What did you only have five hours to. Because the everything we had to make escort official before you sign. Michael i signed the contract. Yeah so so that yeah it. All the lawyer it was. I was just like along. I was doing whatever they were telling me to do. But it was so fast. Yeah rushed It was truly like Head-spinning a funny moment to is that. Like i i now work with like accountants and lawyers. It's they're they're all so dry. And i still really wanna make them laugh. Oh yeah martin is calling up our account and and and ask him. Excuse me this. Flashlight is that tax deductions only fans for us last year. And he was like you can't write off only fans ball research research on scott and with with my lawyer. Sh she was like a nori. I need to we're going to do we're going to do. We need to do an escort escort. I was like haven't done that in years. Marcy and god she was like no. I said escort. I was like i was like okay. Oh joke yeah like. She no no laughter. She was like. I'm busy off the phone off areas. I mean you know what i think. People always know you were saying about writing a book. I think for sure if you wanna empower people escort everywhere just l. escorts analyses. Everyone can you. If i could go and give a talk at a high school. I wouldn't be like your follow. Your dreams no no no. I wouldn't be yeah work hard. No no no no. Llc that is the thing so make an llc and then because when you go into you go into a meeting and then you go and they were you know. How do we make this trek out. Or how do we deal you go through the llc. They know you're not fucking around because you're like oh shit now this is all. It's all on paper somewhere. It's all got to go through this thing. A lawyer is going to look at it. I can't fuck with you anymore. I think about that. I mean. I have your intern. If you're entering came up it was like you. Can you pay me through my llc. You'd be like oh fuck that am. I think it's very true until you realize to make an llc dot so that's but that's what i'm saying is that like i think that's the thing is it's so easy and yet it's one of those steps you add that you add that to somebody with starry i dreams and you make them force of nature. All of a sudden one step lake sense. It's kind of like meeting somebody who's tsa pre bitch. I respect. I respect that i respect. Take shoes off when we are you. All republicans now to switch. Because now we're all on my whole life now is just a taxes and i'm just like oh cool showers. It's it's Yeah we're we're gonna we're gonna get that only fans written off okay. I don't care what scott says. I have another toxic thing to talk about if you wanna Nor would love to get your take on this because you're a little bit more active online than i am. I recently my set on my. I said on cobra aired on youtube or like on flex flags and say. Hey what do people what do you. What do people think about when she goes on like. Congratulations not comedians comedians. The first thing we think about youtube comments what the fuck are they saying. Oh god that is so hard not to look at everybody's comments and i've been young people haven't been looking 'cause i don't wanna talk about by totally have been looking and horse. I wonder some toxic comments with you guys so we could make myself feel better. That's okay. I'm gonna look it up. I'm looking around this. By the way can yeah go ahead. Go ahead god so this came out. Just everybody knows fumi is talking about his his his his he did set on late night. And i'm sorry late. Show with stephen colbert record. Awhile ago finally came out this week. It's it's doing real well and this whole week. It came out on monday and every week. I'm going back there. And i'm looking like a proud parent you know just looking at stats looking at the thumbs. Up thumbs down he. I don't know what it is. I don't know what it is about which was pretty good right now mike. I don't know what it is. yes it is. I don't know what it is about. 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"food inc" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Win. If we fight it. Now i want to speak to you about biden in a bite inflation bite. Inflation is real biting abide. Inflation is really. It's a real thing it's real. I'm sorry i'm looking at some some more breaking news here. It's just just nuts. so biden. Inflation is really. You're gonna fill it bite. Inflation exists the situation has not made things easy on the biden administration. I think this thing seriously. I think this issue with with with hunter biden is seriously going to alternately. I think this is gonna seriously destroy the by name ministration. There's no doubt destroying us. There's no doubt is destroying us. You cannot convince me you cannot convince me that the biden administration is not compromised. And we're going to have to pay for it. And i think that's exactly what we saw with the xl pipeline. I think that's exactly what we saw with the nord. Stream two pipeline. We're now the restrictions are off. Our red tape is gone. Sanctions are gone. All that kind of stuff and now russia vladimir putin germany can do their thing they can allegedly pollute the environment so to speak but yeah not not americans. Not americans biden this compromise. And we're going to feel the pain as a result of it soon. I'm going to get back to this story with kobe. Finish up last night on this. Rsv rsv stuff. That's happening where kids going to. Hospitals supposedly an unprecedented numbers for covert. And then there was a there. There's a sickness that i had not heard of and a nurse contacted me message me and informed me and i'll just give a shout out and we'll give her full name but Thank you holly. This is something that is very This happens regularly and children A young adult but not in adults typically. So it's typically not a big deal but rsvp. But we'll get to that. But i want to get to some bite inflation because you're gonna start filling in for those of you that made not completely understand inflation and i'm sure if you're listening to larry elder you do for the most part. I understand inflation. But i'm sure there's some new listeners that might be listening or you might be you know somewhere in the middle. Maybe you're in california you're debating on whether or not vote for larry elder and all this kind of stuff and you need to figure out what inflation is because inflation is going to hit hard and i don't think inflation is going anywhere. The left has been talking about democrats have been talking about. This is transitory inflation that we're living through. It's not going anywhere with the biting administration and it's not going anywhere when you have republicans and democrats joining together to pass unprecedented or spin. I mean just. John amounts of money. We're going to have to pay for. Here's the first example of bite inflation. I wanna talk about food because this is something that hits all of us right. It hits tummies all the time. Food is important right. We need food to survive. Of course we do this reuters. Tyson foods raises. Prices scrambles to keep up with placing now when it comes to inflation. I want you to think of this. is it. This is an easy way for you to understand or to remember what inflation is if this is a topic that somewhat due to you. It's went too many dollars so you have tons of money chasing few goods. There's not enough stuff to buy in other words or think of black friday. You know how all the stores try to get you in. The storage on. Christmas season thanksgiving christmas season black friday. You wanna buy all this stuff and they always advertise this one laptop or this one television set. That's going to be said and right smack in the middle of the department store and they only have x. amount of before they're absolutely gone and obviously the trick is to get you in the store so you can buy other stuff if if you're in california so you can shoplift other stuff but in other places around the nation is so you can buy other stuff so you walk into this store you get into or well. You don't walk in on black friday. You bum rush that store. Are you set in line. You have the money in your hands. You're ready to go. You've got all of this cash you've been saving in a and you're ready to go you like. I'm going to get my christmas shopping. done day. You pull up you see the line and you're like wow everybody else. Be two hundred people standing in line in front of me. Have the same amount of money or cash. That i do. But there's only thirty two of those televisions essentially. That's inflation too many dollars chasing too few goods so every day becomes like a black friday in a sense and people can just jack prices up because there's just not enough goods and you have the money to pay for it because money said around so this from reuters. Tyson foods inc. cannot increase prices for chicken and prepare foods fast enough to keep pace with rising costs for raw materials like grain This according to their chief executive. Jani king After the company reported higher than expected quarterly earnings. So listen to this. Tyson raise They're twenty Twenty twenty one revenue forecast Of beef the man sells steaks and burgers from us. restaurants and hotels recovered following the easing of kovic nineteen restrictions. So they raise their forecast. They made more money than.

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"food inc" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Look back on this podcast. What would i have done. I don't know if i'm proud of it but it felt good to get it out there right so that's it have a great weekend. You can't enjoy the music and they'll be a bonus episode of meat bitching about something from a couple of years ago it's probably the nba. All right i'll see own Hey what's going on. its bill burr. And it's the monday morning podcasts. For monday august fifth two thousand and thirteen. How're you how you doing this morning. All that's just fantastic. This is going to be another. Subdued william burr. Here on the monday morning. Podcast as you can tell. I wasn't able to find a fucking code for my mixer. So the lovely nia is going to send me mind so next. This'll be the last week of this kind of stuff. So i've had difficulty trying to find basically everything here in new orleans for those who just listening having listened for the past couple of weeks here in new orleans doing the. What do you call it. The final episode of glee for this season. It's like some three hour extravaganza. So i have to be here forever. And like i mentioned. I am going to be shirtless in the cafeteria scene. So i've been trying to trying to get healthy food out here which is practically impossible. I haven't been able to find it. If there's any new orleans people i guess they don't say knowledge by the way i was told that the other night that they don't say that that's just some hollywood shit and then I taught that person how to properly say boston. B w boston not boston so we both had a laugh and then we ate some fried fucking oysters. Because everything's fried down here. you know. I go into verizon. I need a new cell phone chats. You know. they didn't have the entire thing they had the part. You plug into your fucking computer so unless i was gonna walk around with my computer and then bring that plug plug that in and then plus the fuck and cellphone into my computer. That was the only way for me to charge it. When i was on the road sitting there going on becoming a tub of shit here and i have my shirtless seeing you know. I'm sitting in Eight six seven five three. Oh nine jenny but the jazz it up a little bit but anyway so i find someplace to get juice and even then the way they do the juice you know usually you use. The apple used the fruit to give it a little zing. C can drink the fuck and green shit but they do it the opposite down here. It's apple juice. And then they'll add like half lifa kale in there. And i just kind of hard yourself up on sugar so I i do have a game plan people. After your wonderful suggestions we bill. Why don't you watch that documentary fat sick and nearly dead at. I'm like. I've already watched those. You know food inc. And i watched. Try log gert. Twos fucking morgan. Spurlock at gertrude. Famous percussionist from india I fuck in. That's how you say his name go. Just get to the point right. The fuck was my point. Oh mortgage spurlock that his name. I watched that ate mcdonalds thirty fucking days in a row and i mean you know what's great about that you knew you know. His body was going to be junked but secretly. Haven't you always wanted to do that. Just say fuck it. Just blow your body out. You know just how much weight you actually could gain if you really put your mind to it. You know this is what i do. I would start with a grand slam breakfast. And then i have to take a nap. 'cause old when you get older by the way when you eat really bad you know rather than just running outside like you do a youngster. It takes a toll on your. He actually have to go lay down. Try to sleep yourself back into some sort of balanced but probably start with that lunchtime. What would i do steak and cheese. You know what it is that kind of food so fucks me up now. I can't even enjoy it anymore. That's what happens as you get older. It's like you fucking guts alike some engine that your entire life. You would like to court so oil lot and it just doesn't run as well as it used to back. When you were younger you could do fucking neutral drops and fucking be driving forty miles an hour inches yankee emergency brake cut the wheel and almost tip over your fucking volkswagen fox like my buddy did back in the day. You can't do that anymore as you get older. You know so if you are older and every time you eat you then have to. Immediately fall asleep you down a few courts stanford wanna put a synthetic in there so anyway. So i've been you know days. I'm not working. I've been kind of bored. I know a lot of you guys already know what i'm working on here in. Lahti guys always go bill. Why do you try to keep it such a big fucking secret. What you're doing you can just go to your imdb page and figure out what you're doing. Well do you ever think that maybe that that's the fucking method to my madness. See if i just told you what. I'm doing down here in new orleans you'd be humble brag you'd give me shit you know easy kid..

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"food inc" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Mornings. Do you believe in aliens? Well, you'll fall was spotted in the area and I'm gonna give you all those crazy details up next. But first Orange County is a moving the to the last restrictive tear or not blouse. Oh, it's not gonna be allowing bars to open indoors. Bowling alleys are gonna be out of 50% capacity and Disneyland went from 25 to 35% capacity. Did you not tell me that 75% of people plan on being more active this I'm going to make up for last year like everybody wants to be outside. Now, all of a sudden the sun is like Yeah. What were you And did you know that Chicken is the most popular meat in the U. S. And Drake knows it because he just invested in the company, Daring Foods Inc Because the company just debuted its plant based chicken. Drake was reportedly vegetarian like Jay Z and liked Eddie Morra. Teddy, Do you find it hard to go eat at restaurants being a vegetarian? There's a bunch of substitutes now. What do you eat it in and out groceries. What do you eat that talk about being she's rid of what's up. What do you got? McDonald's Nothing. Absolutely Nothing. Now would you tell your kids about your ex welcome, Kardashian said that she's not ready to tell her kids about her ex husband, Kris Humphries. I want to see you really want to explain, Like Kris Humphries said. I'm just not ready for the kids to see it yet. I agree Recently. My kids have asked to watch the show, but I'm really hesitant. I think just because me personally Lane a lot. I actually agree with her. If someone taped all of my past mistakes, I'd be super embarrassed, Ashamed, mortified of my Children seeing all the stuff I've done in the past so I can relate on media. Now. Speaking of videos and taping, this video shows a UFO disappearing into the ocean. U. S Navy footage has been released and confirmed as authentic by the Pentagon. It shows a UFO flying off the Coast of San Diego before miss seriously disappearing into the ocean. I really want you guys to see this video. I've posted it on my instagram at I'm Melissa real so you can check out this video was filmed back in July 2019. And it's been confirmed dude, by the U. S Pentagon. What is that telling us that they're here? They're coming soon. And I'm scared. Real question. Is Was that UFO Toyota? Okay, Okay. Don't make it. You know, it's quick. It went from the different terrain. It sounds like a forerunner to me. It sounds like the alien was driving a Toyota and he was on his way to think wanted to get his dental work done. Get it? San Diego,.

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"food inc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And a journalist. Chris foster fox news to boycott the twenty twenty. Two olympics in beijing appears to be growing a coalition representing leaguers tibetan residents of hong kong and others have issued a statement with the leader of the action institute killing the associated press. This cannot be games as usual with rights groups meeting with a meeting with the ioc asking the games to re remove from china. The push comes a day before joint. Hearing and congress focusing on the beijing games and china's human rights record and days after the united states olympic and paralympic committee said boycotts are ineffective and only hurt athletes. There's another sign that the travel business is coming back. You'll have more flights to choose if you're planning to get away this summer. United airlines plans to fly up to eighty percent of its pre pandemic schedule in july adding more than four hundred flights. It's also increasing service to europe that translates into the most flights. Since before the pandemic united says booking for summer travel has more than tripled compared with last summer's levels. The airline says it's adjusting operations at key hubs to make it easier for people to fly with easy connections. Geneka sold fox new wall street. The dow minus fifty four. The nasdaq all fifty points. The s&p lost ten. I'm lisa lacerra. This is fox news question. How much time do you think it would take to go to the post office right now. Answer doesn't matter because stamps dot com brings the us postal service and ups right to your computer with postage on demand. No more trips to the post office. No more paying full price for postage. No more wasted time. It's easy to start. And you'll be printing postage in minutes print postage for letters and packages and schedule pickups. Right from your home or office. 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That's the color line you can call in and talk about you. Want six zero three two eight three six six zero with your studio. It's aria cone and i have to. If i had more presence of mine. I would have actually put up my convertible when i was out there. Considering there is someone going around the neighborhoods shooting paintball guns and you can do a fair bit of damage to the inside of a convertible with the top down. It's eighty degrees here in candidate absolutely beautiful. Oh yeah it was hot. It was definitely a day for driving around with the top down. And i did. I got here and it was still warm side. Didn't bother to put it up. I think i wanted to need to do that during the next commercial break though but my car wasn't shot with paintball gun. Fortunately which is actually kind of weird because when they came by the studio when someone else came by the studio to throw eggs at cars might car was also not hit presumably. They didn't know that it was related to the show. I who knows what these people know. And who knows what they're thinking. The same is true of these people who want us to eat bugs these people from this creek website who are trying to sell you a cricket flour to make bread out of presumably this is a total add the people well why did they even start the business unless they may be believed in it i would imagine they have to believe in a cricket flour is going to save the world so there i think this is just an attempt to basically sell cricket lower and also to to work into their bias do they really know how this works unlike like if cricket flour somehow became popular we would have to have these massive industrialized cricket farms in order to fuel that demand or as absolutely and according to some of the experts. You're supposed to really want to eat wild bugs if you were actually. They want me to go out and hunt for bugs. You're actually for a you actually farming them. So they're basically what's the big complaint was the The poor old chickens. He got chickens. Were look cubicles standing one right next to each other. Yeah as horrifying and they're almost said it. Pooping all over themselves. And it's pretty pretty wild especially since they're so close to each other they can't really get away so if you have a mean chicken. They're sitting there pecking on each other and they there's nowhere formed go so it's a. It's a pretty horrible life. The good news is it's only like eleven weeks your chicken your big fat monster seven pounds chicken that you bought the girl hormones just a baby. The baby well not not not well. I'm not actually sure. There's a lot of the vaccinate them not sure how many hormones are being pumped into them their foods but i do know that the it's a it's a very it's a very sad breed is called the cornish cross the ones that you're probably eating that you're snacking on right now at the house while you're listening One of the one of the main breeds is called a cornish cross and basically they grow so fast and so they get so heavy that they can't walk they actually break their legs is often if you if you go past the eleven week mark pass. Their adolescence passed into adulthood. They get so fat and so big that there they they just live horrible lives their hearts. Stop you're familiar with giants. I am human giants. They don't really have a long lifespan. And i'm familiar with the subject just talking about if you really want to learn how screwed up the food. Industry is in the united states watch. Food inc food inc. I n. c. It is absolutely horrific. And if that's not bad enough for you watch the film earthlings and try to walk away from that not being a vegetarian or even vegan. But you did watch them but you still eat chicken and fish. I still eat chicken. But i don't eat that industrialized chicken. I can tell the difference right. Anyone can if you go to the supermarket and your chicken. Breast is six inches across one way and nine inches. The other way. What you've got. There is a genetically modified chicken. I've seen chickens actual live free roaming chickens..

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"food inc" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"food inc" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Have not yet taken that break, so we'll keep it. I on that. What else is going on Time floor. What's happening? Perhaps well, coronavirus deaths in this country hit another one day high at over 4300. With the attention largely focused on the fall out from that uprising at the Capitol. I feel like I'm sounding like I'm reading out of the hunger games. The uprising of the capital. Think that exact words. The overall death toll is now over 380,000, according to Johns Hopkins University. The infections have now top 22.8 million. Here's the other thing about this, and I mentioned this in the last hour. These are the infection's confirmed infections. But in June, the CDC was saying there could be as many as 10. People infected for every positive test. We were getting And as of now, the last version of that that I saw was that there could be four or five undetected cases for every positive case that we have. So even if that's a number of if 4 to 5. Unconfirmed cases are out there where people are simply they don't have symptoms, so there's no reason for them to get tested. You're looking at close to 100 Million people who have had the thing not counting people who have are going to get vaccines. This is a 100 million people who have had to think just for through that math. A 53 year old l, A police sergeant died from complications related to the Cove. It's second death in a week for the department. They say that this thing is raging through the LAPD In the last three weeks alone, nearly 1000. LAPD is 13,000 employees have tested positive well again. The good news is that the vast majority of people are not gonna have symptoms and it's not gonna affect them. But going through. Ah, are a department of that size 13,000. It. Just the sheer math of that means that there will be people who do suffer severe complications. LAPD can't work from home, So unfortunately, you saw that coming dollar General stores are going to pay workers to get covert vaccines. All a dollar general, A retailer employees about 100 57,000 employees some of the first large U. S. Employers to incentivize people to be vaccinated. Grocery stores. Airline transit companies were trying to get the priority access for the vaccines for their workers, trying to protect them from these rising case counts and give customers than in turn some assurance that it would be safe to go to these dollar general stores. They haven't said exactly what it would be in terms of the Of the incentive, But they said they're gonna ask workers to check a box verifying that they've received a dose and we get four hours of pay but will not be forced to actually show a vaccination card or any other proof. Dollar general would also provide time off. And to anybody who had an adverse reaction to the vaccine. The vaccine incentive program won't have a material impact, they say on the finances of the company. There's a big pet food recall. 70 dogs have died in connection to Midwestern Pet Foods Inc. They said that fatal levels of a toxin produced by mold were found in some of its products. Mostly. This is distributed in Oklahoma. But you can buy this stuff online nationally and in Reese retail stores nationally as well. Products includes sport mix, pro pack originals, Splash sports trail, and none better dry dog and Cat foods. It's terrifying. This is a company that's pretty well established, Fourth generation family owned company. They've been around for nearly 100 years. They've never had a product recall until now. Ah woman spent almost 29 years behind bars after being convicted of killing her three kids by setting their home on fire was released from state prison on parole. What yesterday? Joanne Park's 54 granted clemency last year by the governor about 10 years after an arson review panel. Concluded that the fire probably started accidentally. Leading to the San Diego based California Innocents Project. She was convicted of first degree murder in the deaths of our kids in 1989 out of, or I should say in a fire from 1989 at their home in the city of Belle, she was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. She, of course escape the blaze Duh, but has maintained her innocence the whole time if she is innocent. You know, just the death of three Children. That's you would feel so guilty that you would Probably do the time. You know what I mean? I I would feel tremendous guilt. Even if the fire was accidental. You as a parent in that home, Which one you like so much guilt? Yes. But again, I would be surprised if you were to tell me that this woman was going to spend 30 years in jail after the deaths of her three kids, I mean and come out of it alive on the other side. That would be the surprise to me not to Okay? You know, there's some specific suspicious co workers that we all have. Don't wait. You know they appear to be nice, Helpful, loving, loving at times, ng caring Haring. Always got your back. Everyone likes them. But who do we really know who these people are? I'm talking about what? Why Come back. We'll come back. Well, let's talk about the Big Lotto win here in Burbank. Harry and Shannon will continue. Layla Muhammed has an update on some news. What's going on a fire that began in a homeless encampment this morning spread to a vacant two story commercial building. It started shortly after.

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"food inc" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"food inc" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"The. Corn loop that's not not not the official state foods are may originally called fruit smack. kool-aid laid was invented by man named Edwin Perkins who many small order business out of Hastings Nebraska. Though the fruits met concentrates to it was one of the most popular products, glass bottles often broken transit. Perkins and Vinnie Powder Concentrated Nineteen, twenty seven to solve the problem and kool-aid was born Perkins. You are the man Genius, Oh Yeah Nice Roy Rogers faithful horse trigger which I love. Yeah. Unfortunately. died of natural causes in nineteen sixty, which happens but you can still see him at the RFID TV in Omaha not a replica. The real trigger he's a stuffed mounted horse was displayed at the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum in Branson Missouri Until Twenty ten when he was sold at auction where he brought a whopping two, hundred, sixty, six, thousand, six, hundred Bucks Nice Rfid TV use trigger for promotional events along with Rogers dog bullet. My Daddy Daddy stuff he stuff all of that all the ash it wasn't just Pearl Harbor. That was hidden during World War Two on April Eighteenth Nineteen, forty, five Japanese balloon bomb exploded in sky over Dundee section of Omaha. Fortunately, it didn't do much damage in the attempts kept hush hush until after the war was over whooped. Yeah. Let me tell the People Nebraska was like what the Hell's Nowadays be all SIMS. No kidding. There is a six foot tall statue of chef boy ar dee. Yes. I'm as right. No, he is not from there and yes, he was a real person. His name was actually pronounced boy our day. Oh. But yes. Until recently, Omaha was home to the headquarters of Conagra. Foods Inc a business that includes brands like healthy choice. Jiffy pop you ready whip. Slim Jims yes. Juve Brother and chef boy day dad the man behind the canned Pasta Mascot was actually hector. BRD. Bureau do. Day who was a renowned schiff long before his face Grace Kansas Spaghetti or Spaghetti now I'm sorry Spaghetti O's I don't recall his face ever being spaghetti does he was responsible for Ravioli beef Aronie stuff like that your spaghetti o's was chef boyardee. Spaghetti and meatballs. Forget in the made balls you know what? I'm saying now some famous Nebraska NHS include Marlon Brando. Great actor. Brandon Gabrielle Union Beautiful Nick Nolte who crazy. Fred astaire whose awesome. In an Ramsey who is awesome and amazing, and if you don't know who in Ramsey, she played mama for tally in the goonies. And Mama lift in throw Momma from the train. Yep She was an amazing actress she was yes I'm GonNa tell you what We'll before we get into the main story as always we do on this show, let's get into your weird news of the day. But before we do that, my brother, what's up man has a very special day. What's hit it? roadmender. Rolling. Care Latin. August.

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"food inc" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"food inc" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"Oh, my God. This is some deep shit right. Feminism's great. Man Will Manifest destiny women do whatever they want. fucking totally do whatever. Any human being out there you WANNA cut off your penis and sewing if a China. You can do whatever the fuck I told you. It's okay. Thank you who would. Right just don't tell me. I. GotTa Get my fucking kids to cut their fucking penises alright I'll draw the line there. But as far as women like doing anything yeah. You guys are great. Amazing and you're the most amazing nurtures and hormonally connected to the children. How do I know that because I had kids and no matter how much Mr Mom could play pay don't give a fuck soon as mom comes through the door whether she's exhausted from working or not. It's all about mom and it's all about mom until she goes to bed. So hormonally women are the natural nurtures but in our feminist climate today, you can't say that right? But I got a big fucking question because I'm a food activists WHO's watching the food? What happened the food in one? Thousand Nine, hundred, three what happened to the food? In Nineteen? Ninety six? What are they been doing to the food and then Fyi what happened to the kids what happened to seventy percent of the American people are obese or overweight wonder. We have childhood obesity why we have childhood cancer right now food is Madison and medicine is food. So what happened to the food? That's my big fucking question tell us. What the natural nurturers of the food weren't watching the food they were working in the workforce so Under fucking BRAS and made everybody else make sandwiches and now I have a beard because my hormones. Jokes on us because like truly I have like a growing a beard because I continue to dairy and I mess up and then I'm like I know dairy. It's dairy injected with the T from Monsanto fucking synthetic hormone that makes you grow the beard yeah. Right. So like I still love cheese pizza. NACHO PORNOGRAPHY, we won't get into this. So my advice is. It's a whole. Okay. But my advice is is studied Joel Salatin and his whole body of work. He was in food inc but he has cows and then he's got this little egg farmer rethink on a truck that goes behind the cows and then the bugs and the birds nail poop on each other and the eat and it's like this happy face farms like food is I. Yeah. Original food is food everything else that's on the commercial market and that's process and is not fucking food. It's poison people. That's the bottom line. Spend the money on organic food eat. Pay The farmer pay the doctor your choice pay now pay later your choice people get very like emotion I. Try to talk to my parents about this tribalism i. Tribalism we were like Arby's and my dad has a trimmer on his hand and I was telling him about the food he wants to eat. He was like shaking like this isn't true and I'm like. So. People are probably feeling emotions come up, but that's It is true. Guys. Food is Madison. said that in the third century, BC we base our whole medical industry on this motherfucker right food as met. Let Food Be Madison. And Die. Medicine..

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"food inc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"food inc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This or we're going to expel you and you won't be able to get all these great benefits and these guys. That's just the way they live. You know that's what they understand how to do things. The farmers of slave. Jeez I mean that sounds about right based on what I know about. Tyson from having watched documentaries like food inc and things like that Tyson is cutthroat them bad as Monsanto really I mean they seek out these rumors and they use their team of lawyers to restrict them and find the right and just blessed them to death with the legal system. Yup Yeah and and made examples. I mean Monsanto does just two guys who are totally innocent to where some of Monsanto's genetics get into the man's corny growing Monsanto literally flies over crop duster puts sprays roundup on it and twenty percent of the corn lives because it got genetics from the neighbors corn and when all the Supreme Court and that farmer lost this was in the nineties. There's all kinds of stuff and you mentioned Food Inc. Everybody needs to watch food. And it is so relevant right now. It is so relevant. And you know. I'll probably watch go at some point this week because it's been years since I've seen it but you're right to fifty years ago in nineteen seventy little town. I grew up in Palmer. Mass des- four villages in the villages like a Polish village. An Irish village and Italian village. I think in Portuguese Kinda village mixed in there and it was like six Portuguese butcher shops five Italian butcher shops three Polish butcher shops and a couple Irish butcher shops none of those exist anymore. Because companies like purdue when Tyson introduce legislation to Congress to say hey listen all the processing facilities need to have all this special new endanger dandy equipment? We can afford that. We already have actually and it. Put all the small mom and pop butchers out of business and it just like you know all of us I think on on the liner now have been in a State House and seeing how these disgusting lobbyists you know. Push for the big money and the big control and it's the same in everything and the solution. It's a decentralized everything that's what we're working on it here in New Hampshire and I am so happy that I am in New Hampshire not anywhere else because I think it's the best place to be with all of us people who have a great community of moved here So J you foresee food shortages in the near future correct absolutely. I hope it's not too little too late honestly. J. Because I mean they're still even though we're in New Hampshire were surrounded by some pretty independent minded neighbors people that care about freedom sort of natively There's also a lot of people here that have come here from Massachusetts. I mean you accept that obviously But you know your typical mass hole and know we've seen these polling numbers suggesting that people in new by and large appreciate the social distancing and don't really seem to care that much about getting back to normal. It's pretty disturbing. I mean the the then again. We don't know who they're talking to on these polls so what's the reality asked me right and the people that are asking on cold or people with land home right now right. Although don't they use cell phones these days for polls to some extent I've gotten I have on my phone for Paul's off. So yeah I would think. I haven't New Hampshire landline and like what the during all the election. Crap I seventy phone calls a day An and all those polls are tremendously. You know swayed one way or another. I can tell by the first or second question. Usually Jane thank you so much for the call. I would like to see more time for people to make preparations for the economic collapse. Now that people hopefully will take it more seriously because the prepar is used to sound crazy. They no longer sound as crazy as they did a year ago. They look prepared. I've said before I've I've talked to many of my neighbors in the last two months and I still don't see any of them do anything but walking around walking dogs. None of them are none of are putting down new soil. None are planting or do anything like this. One is going to blow over. Do you think it's just GonNa exactly things could blow over I. They haven't learned from this well. I think this one's going to blow over the next probably won't get all these selfish. Yahoos that are talking about. We need to stay home for until till June. It's like where's your money coming from. How you GONNA pay your bills. A lot of them are retired by the way we live in an older state. So at your but with a lot of the younger they think that the government is just going to bail them out that they're not going to have to Pick themselves up by their bootstraps. They really do think that someone is going to swoop down and save their sorry butts. Well it is. That's that's what the government has been doing. But it's not gonNA happen money going to buy if there's nothing else on the show. You're not going to have pigs and chickens to eat anymore. You'RE GOING TO BE EATING BUGS. You're going to be in the stupid Impossible.

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"food inc" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

11:36 min | 3 years ago

"food inc" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"He's somebody that talks over top of you all the time. He'll he'll give you a question he'll say like will what is. What's your rebuttal on? This and that Chris Guy Starts try to tell him an answer any talks over top of him about how he's wrong and then he's like in in Jamie bring up up the slide. Bring up the slight. No hang on a second. Can I just finish my point. The whole it's three hours twenty four minutes and I made it through a think Abou- how twenty eight minutes crusher thoroughly debunk. That movie and that movie sounds like a bunch of hot garbage. It is a bunch of hot garbage even in thirty minutes. It's that I listened to this. podcast it's the claims that if you listen to the debunking episode so like some of the coins are making are so outlandish. So but what's annoying. His like millions of people are GonNa Watch documentaries truly convinced so he basically says in this documentary that meet will cause cancer and dairy. The products are will cause cancer new. If you eat them and so at one point in the beginning of this podcast There's like a study that they both talk about l.. And the Chris crusher guy says that you know in this study eighty four percent says it's there's no no evidence accordance to very little evidence that it would cause cancer or like less of a chance. So there's no chance or less of a chance for for it to cause cancer so there were seventy one percent that was no chance to cause cancer and thirteen percent of Very early Lesser Chan. Right and that's a study reviewing daring multiple multiple multiple studies. Yes and it was just all dairy products so when he made a quote what about this and was talking about it his quote was to say that eighty four percent of tested individuals have no chance to you've to a lesser chance of getting cancer. That's what he said and this guy blew it out of proportion and got into like like semantics about it saying like he's falsifying information trying to lead you in a in the wrong direction. Because what he should have been saying is that seventy seventy one percent is no chance. Thirteen percent is lesser chance and then there was a sixteen percent that said that there is a slight chance of getting cancer. He's a so he could be saying. There's eighty seven percent of no chance to a slight chance of cancer right and he's like what what the other guys doing talking making one study instead of study that reviews thousands of studies. And saying there's a one hundred percent chance. Yeah so exactly. And he's like he's he's like that's fine. I could have said at that way. He's like but what is the. What kind of argument are you bringing up? Here is like either way you can look at the study. The and see that there's eighty four percent chance that says you're not going to get cancer from the slight out of the millions of people that have been tested. Did you keep trying to tell us that if you eat meat. It's bad for you and you're going to get cancer and that's not a thing. Also the sixteen percent chance of studies that show that there was a link so this is one thing that drives me crazy. Is They say oh Blah Blah study came out out that says if you do such and such thirty percent more likely to get cancer okay and in theory that might be true. You're thirty percent more likely that means your chance went from point. Zero zero zero zero zero zero one. Yeah two point. Zero zero zero zero zero zero one. Three yeah exactly. And that's thirty percent more. Yeah those numbers but you get what. I'm saying yes like thirty percent more means nothing without understanding what did they actual exact Kabila and in this podcast you could tell. Joe was getting super aggravated right away and he kept saying so one of the arguments was that they brought up in the show that The same way they marketed a tobacco and cigarettes and everything. The guy says is the same way that they marketed meat in. There is the exact same effect of eating meat to smoking. Cigarettes guys so jo Jo brings that up up and he said marketing tactic. I can understand is that I can understand you saying like. They may take the same marketing tactic. These but you're saying that meet causes cancer. I answer like tobacco does. He's like no no. No what I'm saying is yes. It's exactly what you said in the in the show he's like but tell he's like you tell me right now. Oh you think meat is bad for the human body is it. Yes absolutely is like so you think it will cause cancer like tobacco. Well No. That's not what I said is but but there's a whole film that you say that and it's just it's absolutely ridiculous thing and you could tell there's just so much tension in this podcast. It was so hard to listen to because this one guy that was comp- is just completely the problem is they're here's out of just out all. Why would you go on? Joe Rogan's podcast of all fucking people saying that I think meet is bad for you. Joe Rogan is a avid hunters avid. That's why he's on us. Joe Rogan had a specific podcast debunking with Chris crusher in which they debunked the documentary. That this this guy made and he lied to give him a chance to come on and have a debate. Yeah because at this moment in our the world like in all of our entertainment whatever type of media you ingest. Joe Rogan is the biggest thing right. Now he's the biggest is in media is odd cast. Is the biggest media source that you can get on. That's why a lot of political people are getting on there right. Like actual politicians are getting on their Bernie. Sanders was on on there. I think that was really good episode. If you if you have a chance to read the watch to Bernie episode it's thought it was kind of the lady from Hawaii was also gathered. That was going Andrew. Yang is very good on. They're pretty cool Andrew. Yang's really good but anyway it's a huge media source right now so this guy gets on there and he is passionate about what he thinks it to be real and he wanted to to defend matt and I can. I can stand behind that and say that's a good thing but at the end of the day man. The problem is here's what a huge problem I have is is that first of all these documentaries are made such a way that if you watch them and you get the Cherry pick data and you get the Sob sob stories to go along with them. It's impossible to not just believe what they're telling you because you're watching a documentary right all right and there's millions of people that will watch that and not critically think any further into it. There's going to believe it out the gate it will. It will be taken to heart and that's the way it should be eh and the bigger problem though is that. There's no rebuttal documentaries. Currently all Hollywood puts out continually. Are these Vegan back documentaries so and also all these anti agriculture documentary. Yeah and it's been going on since food INC which huge issues in the agriculture beauty in. It's completely ridiculous. I made it through twenty minutes of Food Inc.. I want this is total. fucking bullshit you understand how many people how many people all site to this day. That cattle are not meant to eat corn and it kills them. Yeah Oh and that comes from that documentary and it is not a full truth now. It's not us now. Is it one hundred percent if they ate only corn one hundred percent of their diet. Is that what they're supposed to be eating for. No no and that's it's not what happens. They just random people on the street. It's not that might not have ever saw that documentary and now it's just a talking point. It's just assumed that everybody thinks that so cattle. We're not meant to eat. There are so many high school students at this moment around us right now. That believe that stuff right now like I do a youth group with but my church in there are so many young kids there that say like. I'm not going to eat beef because I mono make sure they're happy cows and they they get to eat grass and whatnot. I'm like you guys need to come like I honestly want you to come to my house and I'll show you how our cows live and MHM and what they get fed and whatever even the ones that were feeding out you know they still get to eat a and grass whatever like yes they get corn delicious. I I just you have this perspective of what someone that cattle are Only eating corn. Yes when reality ninety percent of them I just grain finished so in the beginning of that casting about is grass exactly their grain finished horn is a grass. It is well right appliances. The point of it is really is that it's just not true that they have the Ameet amazing amazing ability to take food that is almost edible by humans or has it airy very very low nutritional value to him to a human being and convert that into an extremely highly efficient form of energy for human beings to eat. So that's all room in an animal because of their digestion. Digestion system doesn't do ours does they're meant to eat so I take that out of it. Just them as an animal as a the whole are are built to digest this type of Guy Jessica in insoluble or very very low. We're fucking qualities food and to turn that through a very highly efficient process extremely nutritionally potent food for human beings. So it's a very good system that we have and these they have a whole episode on they're talking about and crusher in that episode of talks a lot about his first talks about a lot about regenerative farming. And how what we need to do is change our agricultural model and we need to be integrating the cattle OL- into our midwestern farms and grazing them on our farm land and Blah Blah Blah. But it's the it's so much it's more efficient to grow grain. Were greengross and grow cattle. Were cattle grow right. It's more efficient to grow cattle in Texas and Oklahoma in warm weather climate with a low value land and then took rain here where it's highly productive and ship it down here for down there. Yeah and like like this is. There's a reason why this exists. Now I do have some issues with some of the ways that the agricultural industry is moving towards it's super large production farming. And I think there's definitely downsides to that. Don't get me wrong but I'm kind of Ben Amounting and I've been on twitter constantly trying to shot Joe Rogan. Because he.

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