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The More You Inject, The More You Infect

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:49 sec | 17 hrs ago

The More You Inject, The More You Infect

"From Massachusetts. Hey, Charlie. Love your conversation with Steve kersh. Can you kind of illustrate more on how the vaccine is not working the way they said they would? Well, for example, in Australia. Over 96% of the adult population in Australia is fully vaccinated. More than 70% are boosted and yet they just set a new record for COVID deaths. Just give me an idea. A new record for daily COVID deaths has now been hit for this year in Australia. Not exactly working the way they said it would. Not even close actually. In fact, it's looking like. And I'm willing to have anyone disagree, come on this program that is a vaccine peddler. The more you inject, the more you infect.

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10 people, including 3 children, killed in Pennsylvania house fire

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

10 people, including 3 children, killed in Pennsylvania house fire

"Reporting a firefighter says as many as ten people are feared dead in a Pennsylvania House fire A volunteer firefighter who was among responders says as many as ten people are dead after an early morning house fire in northeastern Pennsylvania and the victims were his relatives Nazca peck volunteer firefighter Harold baker told the times tribune of Scranton that the victims expected to eventually be found include his son daughter father in law brother in law sister in law three grand children and two other relatives The fire was reported around two 30 a.m. One person was found dead inside the house shortly after emergency responders arrived and two other victims were found later in the morning Authorities say the victims ranged in age from 6 to 70

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'The Geography of Nowhere' With James Howard Kunstler

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 5 d ago

'The Geography of Nowhere' With James Howard Kunstler

"A time, we had small towns. And in the small towns, the town elders, they cared about creating there'd be a green and there'd be a beautiful bank building. For urban design, there was based on the human body and human scale. And once we threw that in the garbage with in the traffic engineers became literally in charge of all the dimensions of how we lived and the deployment of all of the things on the landscape, then we lost all of that knowledge, all that vocabulary, and we started making a huge number of mistakes. And we produced environments that just destroyed people's minds. And now we can see the result of it. You know, we're living in a politically psychotic nation now. After about 70 years of that, there's no question about that. I think about, I mean, again, I'm just trying to process this for my audience a little bit, but I remember when I was reading your book, I started thinking about this, I thought everywhere I looked, this is true. There were downtowns that were beautiful and Danbury, Connecticut, where I grew up. It had a downtown, and it had a Civil War monument. And it had some beautiful buildings, and people would go there from wherever they lived, and they would do business and stuff. And over time, the energy and the life and whatever kind of got sucked out of the downtown and they would create a mall or strip malls or whatever. And so the downtown fell into, this is my favorite gym kunstler word, decrepitude. Well, I didn't invent it. I know, but you're the one that popularized it in my mind. All

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Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the Radicalization of Gen X

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 6 d ago

Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the Radicalization of Gen X

"It seems that there's this interesting demographic phenomenon. I want to explore with you Richard, it's happening across the country, which is the radicalization of gen X, where you just articulated something that baby boomer 70 plus, they tend to be more establishment Republican or comfortable with Joe Biden. Now, we're going to get a slew of emails, by the way. Charlie, I'm 70 8 and I hate Joe Biden. Yesterday. No, I know. But I do think it's demographically interesting. We never talked about this before, rich, that gen X, so think about Josh hawley that is Ron DeSantis, right? That's Donald Trump Jr. that's Tom cotton, that's Ted Cruz. That's gen X. They're kind of right in that middle group. They're not necessarily super young. They're definitely not baby boomers. But gen xers are people that have kids that are anywhere between 5 years old to 18 years old. They're becoming super right wing in more ways than one. Not only that, but in primaries, they are demanding and they are voting for the more conservative candidate. Is that correct, rich? Yeah, and if you look, we did by generation, Charlie, by age, Arizona is a great state for that. So is Florida, so is Texas. So is Nevada, by the way. You know, the bottom line is because we've asked this before and I really think what it comes down to is and we got those emails as well. And I understand if you have a mom or you are that age group and you voted for Carrie Lake, I'm not saying there's not going to be supporters in that age group. I'm saying we're talking about margins, statistics, polling. But the bottom line is the older voters. Tend to have this idea, Charlie, that how could I put this? They tend to have like faith still in authority and they grew up in this more stable America. And they have this view where you would ask them, you know, how bad do things can get. And they would say, you know, it's America in the end, things are going to be okay. That's how they talk to us, right? Whereas the younger generation, the younger generation is like, look, I have to live the rest of my life. And this is 30 40 years we can't survive this.

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A Super Tuesday Summary With Rich Baris

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 6 d ago

A Super Tuesday Summary With Rich Baris

"Joining us right now is a great American rich barris, and if I get my way, he's going to be joining us for some portion tonight on our live stream. Richard barris, everybody from big data polls in people's pundit. Rich, how you doing, man? Doing all right, buddy, how you doing? Very good. So rich there's a lot happening right now. Initial reports are showing less than favorable turnout in Arizona, still very early. It's only ten 35 local time right now, so polls have only been up for a couple hours. What would lower turnout mean for Carrie Lake and Blake masters here in Arizona? Yeah, so actually lower turnout would be bad for them. So this is what the Republican establishment is hoping for, which is lower turnout older voters, which robeson was, look, in our polling and it really does depend on which poll you're looking at. But our polling Charlie and others generally found that robeson did well around 70 plus, right? So if it's lower turnout and it's less younger people than it could be closer than expected, but it really does depend on the polling you're looking at because we did not have ropes in winning any age group until you got above that 70 65 plus was still about even with us because the 65 to 74 Carrie Lake did well with. Same thing with Blake masters. Only it's easier if it's lower turnout it would be easier for masters to maintain a comfortable lead because it's more of a fractured field. But the younger the voters, the better it is for Kerry Lake. That being said, Charlie she dominated every other age group. So even, I mean, we'll see how low. You know, at this point.

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Liz Peek: Pres. Trump Needs to Announce His 2024 Campaign Immediately

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 6 d ago

Liz Peek: Pres. Trump Needs to Announce His 2024 Campaign Immediately

"Liz peak says that president Trump needs to immediately announce that he's running for president in 2024, and she says he needs to do that because of the fecklessness of the Republican Party. She says only president Trump's vision can lead us to a 70 seat red wave. Now this is something this is pretty remarkable because Liz peak is she's not one who is prone to hyperbole. So Liz peek is looking at all of the data coming in. She's saying that the, that the Republicans on Capitol Hill should be ashamed because they were snookered into supporting this $280 billion bill that's basically a handout, they got blindsided by build back better and she says that polling data and fundraising data is showing some very disturbing numbers. She says Republicans are losing steam in the fundraising and in the polls, and she says that the GOP is hovering on the brink. Now here is some of the data that she's been able to gather. She says that a Suffolk university polls shows voters preferring Democrats over Republicans by more than four points. She says the polling data gathered by 5 38 shows the GOP lead on a generic congressional ballot has all but disappeared and today Republicans are nearly tied with Democrats. As recently as mid June, the GOP had a 2.6 point advantage. Also, where are you some and I'm reading from Liz's column here, Democrats are outraising Republicans in online campaign donations. Now this

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Liz Cheney Has Done Us Dirty!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 6 d ago

Liz Cheney Has Done Us Dirty!

"To this is the most amazing thing. I just love seeing people's reaction to this. One of the greatest pieces of cable television I've seen. In quite some time. We'll start with cut 11. Are you planning to vote for Liz Cheney? In our class? Hell no. Are you planning to support Liz Cheney? Absolutely not. What are your thoughts about Liz Cheney running for a fourth term? Personally, I think she said for three too many. Keep in mind, in 2020, Donald Trump won about 70% of the vote in Wyoming. So Liz Cheney's work on the January 6th investigation isn't playing so well with many Wyoming voters. She's done us dirty. That's great. You're not wrong. That might be the best TV of the last three years. It gets better. She's done it dirty. That should be a billboard that we should put in downtown Cheyenne. I love it. She's done us dirty. That actually you know what? That's a great idea. We should just put it next to Cheney's house that she doesn't live in. Continue cut 23. Here in Cheyenne, more than 1600 miles from Washington, D.C., almost everyone we spoke with told us they believe Liz Cheney is too focused on Donald Trump and the January 6th committee and not paying enough attention to what they believe matters to the people here in Wyoming. She doesn't know what her constituent constituents want here anymore because she's lost touch with the values of the people. I don't feel like she supports her people here in Wyoming anymore. The things that she's voting for don't really reflect what the people here in Wyoming feel. Cash. I'm semi speechless. I mean, that is absolutely amazing. And look, Liz Cheney probably knows she's going to lose because she's going to run for president.

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Charlie and Blake Masters Discuss Wyoming Voters' Distaste for Cheney

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | Last week

Charlie and Blake Masters Discuss Wyoming Voters' Distaste for Cheney

"Are you planning to vote for Liz Cheney? Can our cuss? Hey, oh no. Are you planning to support Liz Cheney? Absolutely not. What are your thoughts about Liz Cheney running for a fourth term? Personally, I think she said for three too many, keep in mind in 2020, Donald Trump won about 70% of the vote in Wyoming, so Liz Cheney's work on the January 6th investigation isn't playing so well with many Wyoming voters. She's done us dirty. You gotta get the end of it, clip that up, Ryan and Connor, the end is the best when she's just so like just sweaty and irritated and she's just done with the like I'm just done with this. Your thoughts Blake on Wyoming rejecting Liz Cheney's brother journalist, right? I mean, it's frustrating to go looking for something for hours, not being able to find. Hey, look, a single Liz Cheney supporter. They run in east looking for a sunset, you're not gonna find it. That's like going to a rodeo gathering for a Cheney supporter. You're not gonna find it. I'm not sure what they were expecting, of course, that's hilarious. It's also entirely unsurprising. This is what happens when you sell out your base. When you promise people something and then in Washington, you deliver something else. Turns out people don't like that,

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Stewart helps Storm beat Mystics 82-77, clinch playoff berth

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Stewart helps Storm beat Mystics 82-77, clinch playoff berth

"The storm of clinched the playoff birth with a big second half run in an 82 77 downing of the mystics Brianna Stewart provided 18 points including four free throws in the final 12 seconds the foul shots came after Alicia Clark nailed a three pointer getting Washington within one with 26.3 seconds left Seattle scored 16 straight to take a 70 55 lead the run helped the storm and proved to 1911 and move a game ahead of the mystics for fourth place overall Elena delle donne had a team high 22 points for the mystics who had won three straight and 5 of 6 I'm Dave ferry

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Vandersloot sparks Sky to 89-81 victory over Liberty

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Vandersloot sparks Sky to 89-81 victory over Liberty

"The sky still owned the WNBA's top record following an 89 81 win over the liberty Courtney van der sloot delivered 23 points and 9 assists She nailed a three pointer that put Chicago up 84 79 with one 27 remaining Van der sloot scored 12 points in the third quarter to help Chicago turn a 46 44 halftime deficit into a 71 70 lead Kalia copper and ally quigley each scored 16 points for the defending champions with copper adding 11 rebounds The sky improved to 22 and 7 in the liberty fell to ten and 18 Sabrina ionescu had 16 points for New York I'm Dave ferry

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Sourabh Sharma on Why Democrats Are Better at Staffing Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | Last week

Sourabh Sharma on Why Democrats Are Better at Staffing Government

"I have Sarah is that why is it that the left is so much better at this than we are? Why is it that they understand navigating and building the administrative state? And we as conservatives have failed so terribly because Sarah was not because of a lack of resources. You know, there's been hundreds of millions, not billions of dollars that have been deployed into the conservative movement in Washington, D.C., lots of white papers have been written, but when Donald Trump won, where was the, let's say, battle plan to properly staff the government, why is it the left gets this so much better than we do? I think there's a couple of reasons why one if you think about the resources at the left of center has available to it. We think that we have a ton of them on the right and it's true that we do. A lot of patriots, you know, a little old grandmas have been cutting ten, 15, $20 checks to conservative organizations that promise to save the country for something close to 60 to 70 years. However, the left has even more resources available to it. And what do I mean by that? The right of center gets to recruit its people out of conservative think tanks, congressional offices, maybe a few conservative leading businesses, and that's it. Meanwhile, on the left of center, they get the universities. They get all of the career bureaucracy. They get all of the quote unquote nonpartisan civic organizations, which as we know, are completely taken over by the far left, and they basically get a revolving door with Fortune 500 companies, the C suites and presidential administrations are basically coterminous, especially when it comes to places like big tech, the Obama administration was full of big tech flax, the Biden administration is no different. And

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Burrow to miss part of Bengals' camp after appendectomy

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Burrow to miss part of Bengals' camp after appendectomy

"The Bengals have no timetable for the return of Joe burrow who is undergone an appendectomy Head coach Zach Taylor says the quarterback underwent a successful procedure on Tuesday and doesn't expect burrow to fall behind in practice The Bengals are coming off their first AFC championship and Super Bowl appearance in 33 seasons Burrow completed over 70% of his passes last year for 4611 yards and 34 touchdowns Backups Brandon Allen and Jake browning will take the snaps until burrows return Likely in two weeks I'm Dave fairy

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President Trump Jokes About 'Transgenderism' in NCAA

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | Last week

President Trump Jokes About 'Transgenderism' in NCAA

"There is no such thing as transgenderism. There is something called gender dysphoria. Educate yourself. So anyway, you've got this big controversy, and of course the big news and my head is somewhat off to the NCAA because they saw fit not to make mister Leah Thomas their female athlete of the year. Maybe UPenn can resubmit him as the male athlete of the year. I don't know, that may be still available. But the NCAA rejected Leah Thomas, the male swimmer who swims with the girls. They were ejected him as their female athlete of the year. So there's been a lot of talk about all of this, and so president Trump, he does help frame the argument so everybody out there in the across the fruited plane can understand what this is really all about. And I'll tell you what if I were ever, I'd be the greatest woman's basketball coach at history. Because I don't like LeBron James. I like Michael Jordan much better. But. I'd go up to LeBron James. It doesn't matter. I say LeBron. Did you ever have any desire to be a woman? Because what I'd love you to do is star on my team that I'm building up. I will have the greatest team in history. They'll never lose. Nobody will come within 70 points of this team.

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Does Pence Really Think He Has a Chance to Beat Trump?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:04 min | Last week

Does Pence Really Think He Has a Chance to Beat Trump?

"So they're going to be supporting whoever is running against Donald Trump. And that's why they're jumping on board the establishment bandwagon, and they seem to think that Mike Pence is their guy. I'm not sure what they've been feeding Mike Pence, but they have somehow convinced him that he's the guy that he's the guy that can beat Donald Trump. Maybe they're feeding him lots of propaganda, lots of cash, put it all together, big ego, and maybe Pence has been led to believe maybe his brainwashed to believe that he's got a fighting chance of beating Donald Trump in a head to head primary. Because it makes no sense. It makes absolutely no sense when you look at the polling data because when you look at the polling data, Pence is typically in third or fourth place, there's normally Trump with 70% of the vote, then you've got desantis, and then you've got, I don't know, some county commissioner somewhere in the middle of Timbuktu and then you got Mike Pence.

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Deborah Birx: We Overplayed the COVID Vaccines

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Deborah Birx: We Overplayed the COVID Vaccines

"Look at Deborah birx. Look at what Deborah birx said to Neil cavuto the other day. This one blows my mind. I can not get over her admission to Neil cavuto Friday on Fox News. I knew these vaccines were not going to protect against infection. And I think we overplayed the vaccines and it made people then worry that it's not going to protect against severe disease and hospitalization. It will, but let's be very clear, 50% of the people who died from the amaron surge were older, vaccinated. So that's why I'm saying, even if you're vaccinated and boosted, if you're on vaccinated right now, the key is testing and packs love it. It's effective. It's a great antiviral. And really, that is what's going to save your lives right now if you're over 70, which if you look at the hospitalizations, hospitalizations are rising steadily with new admissions, particularly in those over 70. And so if you live in the south, I know people keep talking about the fall. I'm worried about the south. Worried about rural America and our tribal nations that just don't have access to testing in a primary physician like the president does. And I hope coming out of address these rural counties. You're worried about the south, what do you mean you worried about the, you think the south doesn't have running water? What are you talking about? And there's so much to unpack there.

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Kevin McCullough: Biden Has Problems Up and Down

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | Last week

Kevin McCullough: Biden Has Problems Up and Down

"Seems obvious. And again, your average American is busy, they're raising their kids, they're caring for their parents, caring for their kids. They're trying to get to work. They're trying to they don't have time to get into this. So they look around, they see disaster everywhere, Biden and his administration really couldn't be worse. I mean, I think that's an objective take. This is not just because I know he stole the election and is allowing socialists to destroy America. Apart from that, it's just bad everybody says it's bad. You just gave us the numbers. So what are some of the scenarios? I mean, first of all, he's been vaccinated 40,000 times, and he has COVID right now, right? And evidently, cancer and asthma and he can't confirm it, but I think he's probably got monkeypox too. The interesting thing about this though was that it was the oil that was sprayed on his mom's car when she was driving him to school as a kid that gave him the cancer that he had when he was 70. But his team says he doesn't have cancer. So even in just simple messaging, delivering a basic speech, this guy has problems up and down. But they're wrestling with other things, Eric, and you touched on it. Middle America doesn't pay attention to the day to today. They're not watching the jot and and going, oh, they did this move, and now we've got to make this move. They do know that they're paying four and a half to $5 a gallon for gas. And they do know that two years ago, that same gallon was a dollar 89. And they know that the gallon of milk that used to cost 5 bucks in the store now costs them 7 to $11. Depending on what they're getting. And they just know that in general, everything has gone up in price and they're what they're bringing home and pay has gone down in value. That may be why the Republicans have seen, since the 2020 election, 1 million registered Democrats register as Republicans,

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Charlie Unpacks a Telling Straw Poll From His Student Action Summit

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Unpacks a Telling Straw Poll From His Student Action Summit

"The question we asked to our students? Do you believe building a southern border wall or sending $56 billion to Ukraine is more important? Which one is more important? 98% of our students at turning point USA, 98% believed at the turning point you say student action some of this last weekend that building a southern border wall is far more important than sending money to Ukraine. 2% of our attendees thought Ukraine was more important. I'm not sure who those people were. I would love to meet them. 98%. And yet your Republicans in Washington D.C. are much more fixated on financing a proxy war in Ukraine than building a southern border wall. I was stunned. I thought maybe it would be 70 30, 98% of the Republican base. Why is that Republicans are so enthusiastic about doing that, but not representing the interests of their voters? Well, it goes to show why 92.7% of our attendees disapprove of the Republican establishment in Washington, D.C., 92.7%. So the questions continued, where we also asked our audience which candidate do you think will be the most difficult to defeat for president in 2024? And I can almost guarantee you the winner of this saw the result because it was all over MSNBC this morning. MSNBC totally ignored our Republican presidential straw poll, but they were very interested. And we did this, by the way, because I was interested in what our audience thought, but I also wanted to get our kind of event into mainstream news. So I said the best way to get our event in a mainstream news is ask Republicans, which Democrats they don't want to run against. I was like, that would be an easy way to get in there. And the answers were interesting. Which Democrat do you think is the most difficult to defeat? By the way, I want to ask you guys that freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, which Democrat is most difficult for us to defeat. Number one with 30% of the vote, Gavin Newsom.

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 Rare 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card going up for auction

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rare 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card going up for auction

"A 70 year old Mickey Mantle baseball card could break records when it hits the auction block next month The 1952 tops mantle rookie card that'll be auctioned is regarded as one of just a handful in near perfect condition It's estimated the card could fetch more than $10 million The record is 6.6 million for perhaps the industry's most legendary card The 1909 hannes Wagner that sold a year ago Next month's auction will bring a hefty profit for Anthony jordano who bought the mantle for $50,000

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"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

03:13 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"This was the in the teeth of the brutal bear market, but in 1960 9 or so 1975, I think the bottom was an October 74. At which point, I believe the dowel was at book value. Certainly, the market was littered with dozens and dozens of companies selling for less than their net current assets, right? Okay, so Eddie is office mate with a guy, a broker who has a customer and the customer is most attuned to losses. He has a very sensitive feel for losing but he's a blanket. And he doesn't like it a lot when it goes on for three or four or 5 years. And finally, at the n-th time he asks the broker. When will this turn broker says, well, turn? When you stop asking, exactly. You raise Jim and excellent point as usual, which is, well, I gave you the median cycle time for loss rates. That is from a dataset starting in 1980. Does that ring any bells about what happened around 1980? So we haven't actually lived through, at least in my dataset. I'm not going to tell you 1982 a bunch of us were at lunch, I guess, and this was June, it was June of 82. Second child Silva was about to be born. And Mark was down a lot. And the bottom would prove to be August of 82. And a lot of stocks were anyway, they exhibited the characteristics of the burnt out shells that you describe. But the people who've been around ten years or so earlier for the late 60s, early 70s. No, this is in a bear market. This is not it fellas. You had to be there to understand. So yeah, these datasets go back. You obviously have some Bloomberg blueberries, a very short historical memory. They'll say, the steepest decline since data started. What was that? 1997. Absolutely. In fact, if the grants conference in 2019, I had a slide on the tronics boom in the late 60s and its aftermath in companies like liquid Onyx, which made liquid doors. What happened to liquids on the street? It was the tronics boom. And in fact, so we have seen this movie many, many times before. And in fact, you may recall in the aftermath of the Internet bubble and O 8, many, many of the decile one and SL two temperatures are trading at under cash. So they would fully expect that we have that happening here where these companies that are burning money do trade at less than cash. Well, if something to look forward to and I always say, Evan, thank you for, as always, we got no choice, right? You work here. But thank you nonetheless, Evan for being here today. And Martin what a pleasure to talk with you and Henry thanks for being here too. And we'll do it again. So I am Jim grant on behalf of grant's interest rate observer. Subscribe. And the host of current yield, we will talk to you soon..

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"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"And you think if rates keep rising, we're going to see a harder sharper so often tech. It would seem common sense across not just tech, but what about the contemporary art world, which is we're valuations have been ludicrous or venture, which is which makes public markets seem astonishingly inexpensive. Or crypto, or even any thoughts on crypto survivorship. Drawdowns, crypto, anything in the model of your tech world. My, again, I know authority on crypto might general view is that it is the next great platform, much like the cell phone and that we need to be open minded to innovation that we have not even conceived of that said, I have no idea how many things are valued in that world, and it would not surprise me to see a great amount of bloodletting. I think the analogy, the analogy I think of is dot com stocks in 2000. Sure enough, most went under, like pets dot com, but the Internet wound up to be incredibly powerful. And I think of the same thing in crypto. We will probably see many of these companies die, but the platform itself will thrive and we'll see innovation in ways we haven't imagined. No flash of genius there, but I remain open minded to it. And certainly, as we talked about imagination, we can imagine models. Bitcoin or gold for you? Well, this raises a very sensitive topic gym because I am hardly God's gift to gold investors and we did some of that earlier in our fund. And I regret it. I would like to do a podcast on everything one should avoid in gold miners. So, but personally speaking, yes, I own a lot of gold. And I would prefer to own that over Bitcoin. That's just me. You wouldn't expect someone who is value who has a value orientation to not like gold. So I was telling I was telling everything the other day and others who couldn't help but listen to.

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"And at the same time, published markets kind of create their own like momentum. I mean, Gale berth talked about the bezel, which is kind of like the difference between where assets are valued and where what they're truly worth. And we saw companies like Palantir, which makes software products and services actually investing in early startups in exchange for those startups to buy its software. So in a sense, it was generating activity, but is generating activity with loss making companies who otherwise wouldn't be able to provide services. And I know this happens in kind of every cycle, but part of the question of what is the enterprise value to revenue really does relate to what the heck is revenue, and it seems like that's a little bit of a question at the moment. Well, yes, the tech cycle, well, the semicircle has forever been one of double and triple ordering at tops. And we certainly been through a period where there must be a lot of that having gone on because the part shortages have been so extreme. So it would naturally one would expect the hangover. And then, but with Palantir for the fascinating point is we do tons of government services work. And the fact is Palantir is primarily a services business trading at a software multiple. It's really a head scratcher. But that seems also comment of many bull markets, but we can also name a lot of other companies like affirm, which is in your tech rec thing. It's a consumer lending company that trades at the multiple of a tech stock, even after its recent correction. And there's a number of other companies that for all intents and purposes seem like very old economy stocks dressed up with like a tech rapper. That was one of the challenges of going through this list. I had to edit out a lot of companies that weren't actually tech companies that had lost a lot of value, but were valued like them. Like, the honest company, for example. It's actually probably a pretty good company. And it's down 80 plus percent. What could have a name is that? Can't be a Wall Street firm. It is a consumer products company by some movie star. Jessica Alba, it's claim to fame was about 5 or 6 years ago, it made suntan lotion without any suntan lotion in it, and a lot of its customers got burnt. Okay, Evan. Yeah. Hey, Martin, you know what? I think one of the features of a successful investor is to have a lively imagination and to conceive the impossible, right? So it can see things that are just simply unthinkable. And the better of those successful investors don't imagine the impossible before. It's about to happen. They don't give a ten year lead time. They are at a peak or a bottle and they say, what could happen to these shatter commonly held thought patterns and expectations. And I'm going to.

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"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"I would guess about 300 out of how many the university probably this is a tough one to hazard a guess on. I should be dealing with data in front of me. I think our screen was actually 70%. We'd easily have a hundred out of a universe of 1200. And because you said that so often these turnarounds are reinventions. I mean, these are product cycles and oftentimes to get out of the bottom. You need a new CEO with a focus on profitability. You guys a new viable product that people crave or want to buy. And that turns around. To what extent when you're making these bets are you betting on kind of the jockey or the horse, like if it requires a new CEO, do you look more at his track record? Or do you look at kind of like the IP and kind of the assets the company has? Our favorite pattern is the following. A really accomplished CEO joins me down in that company and realizes he or she has made the greatest mistake of his or her life, but they're probably in their ego won't let them quit. And then they get to work, making it okay business a much better business. We did put a partial clinker list together. And I think this is about 30 names of bark limeade, Robin Hood, fastly runways, Tencent music. There are many, many companies that were darlings in yesterday, 2021. And I'm not even including the mem stocks or meme stocks like, oh, I don't know all those crazy companies like blinky charging or AMC. Tell us about Amazon, which certainly answers the feature of a tech stock losing a lot of money. I think the stocks are down as I see here in your materials, standard at 1.90%. But famously, it did not jettison its CEO. And Amazon, the exception that proves the rule, tell us about the Amazon's a case study in the cyclicality of tech stocks and in the extraordinary opportunities available for the ones that do come back from the dead. Amazon is dangerous as Tesla, a lot of CEOs think they can be like Tesla and you use it to justify all sorts of terrible behavior. But in a way, Amazon is one of the very rare companies that had this remarkable recovery with the same CEO that can happen. It tends to happen in periods of bubble implosions. And the odds are just much rare, probably about one in a thousand. Versus one in 8. In other words, it's long odds, but when it works, it works really well. Amazon peaked in Q four of 1999. And this is all pre all the splits. What was then a $100 a share and bottom, I believe, in the single digits, as a 90% loser. And then proceeded to have a gigantic run of.

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"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"But at the same time, it's just so hard to know what impact inflation has at a recession has on valuations overall and on consumer spending. The fact is I don't know. I do think many of the lower decile companies are in a different class where they could have far bigger troughs. Something you said early on in podcast might I think deserves repetition. And that is that the best ideas, especially the ones you can not bring yourself to mention because either they have become so discredited or one sponsorship of them. A support of those ideas publicly talking them up has become so discredited that it's an embarrassment. Yes, right? And so what is, what's the psychological element of a proper bottom in technology? What state of mind is the market and can you bear to remember? Yes, usually it's buying something and having it lose another 50% of its value. In other words, bottoms are made from the, I hate to say it, it's rather crude for this podcast, but from the enema. We consider that well, $1 stock looks cheap, but at 50 cents, it's still down a half, right? Yes. Well, the reality is bottoms are made in periods of complete disgust. And convulsion revulsion, yes. What are you waiting for in terms of seeing signs or revulsion before you want to get more aggressive? I mean, we still see kind of like the avatars of the cycle like the Cathy Woods, still going on CNBC, sure she's down, but she's, I think, raise money this year if I'm not mistaken. So what are the signs of kind of ultimate revulsion that where you would be more certain that we've actually reached a bottom or at least getting nearer to a bottom? Well, I think of it less than the abstract and more in the success factors that I think are fairly detailed in company specific. So in other words, it's the fact that some companies may be viable today, many may not be..

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"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"Evan the story about a conversation I had last night with a very knowledgeable one time employee of Walmart, and I said this fellow youthful 35 or so I said, you know what? Business is don't last forever. Look at Montgomery ward. And he said, huh? What? I said, Montgomery ward. Monkey war used to call on Wall Street. Montgomery ward. It's like Sears. And he said, it didn't help. And this made a very successful career at Walmart. And this speaks to the evanescence and the transitoriness, I think, the fed might of even the most seemingly enduring and permanent there's no such thing as permanent business models or no, and in fact we will have like our past podcast and the conference a link to a deck either on the grants website or our Twitter account at Hale funds of some slides that will allow people to see some of this data. But in those slides, you'll see a list of the graveyard of the clinkers of the past and the clinkers of today, but for the past, you may recall CMG adventures or WorldCom or many other giant companies of the day web van in the bubble, the fact is many investors today were not alive astonishingly enough in the bubbles that they don't know exactly how this can work out. Many investors weren't alive then and most investors seem to have cut their teeth in the last decade where we had exactly one recession. It was the shortest and sharpest and the history of the U.S. it was over in two months and valuations rocketed pretty quickly from their lows and that march. How is technology value today? How does the world look relative to past periods of excess like the dotcom era, the global financial crisis? That's a good question. Let's start by measuring the peak from the from 2021 versus the peak in March of 2000. And astonishingly, because grants gave me the chance to run this data or the opportunity to rather the kick in the pants to do it. Overall, the tech stocks were 9% higher at peak valuation than in March of 2000, which I think is not well understood or known..

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"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"I'll just say quickly that it's an honor to be here. I see Jim every now and then in Brooklyn heights and well, my wife points out the movie stars. I point out Jim to all my Friends. It's really a treat to be here. Thank you, Martin. That will be enough of that. Hey, hi, I'm requested to say that Martin is not on this podcast to give investment advice. Nothing he says should be construed that way. And if Martin you start to give our listeners any actionable $1 million ideas, I'm just going to cut it right off. Right? Henry, it's a good idea, right? Yeah. So Martin, the theme that you sounded in 2019, and I thank Evan for this observation is ever so timely now. What you said then was that you'd be astounded to know just how frequently and how much even the most storied and money making tech stocks have fallen on their faces. So I'd like to wait a proceed on this, Martin, is just you begin to reminding us how cyclical how violent are the phases of prosperity and despair that the rip through the NASDAQ. Yes, in fact, we've seen something very rare in technology, something mythical and it's not a unicorn. It's a bear market. The reality is that we had an understated dataset since 1980 that tracks every technology company that's ever existed. And approximately 70% of technology companies will lose 70% or more of their value at any one time in their lives. If you say that one more time. 70% of technology companies will lose 70% or more of their value at any one point in their lives. Is that when one owns them? Well, yes, unfortunately often. But the fascinating thing is half go to zero, but one in 5 to one in ten recover ten X and about 3% will be 50 X plus winners. And so when you look at the history of technology, everyone wants to be a unicorn, the reality is successful companies are a Phoenix, with multiple periods of huge gains and huge losses. Martin, if I could ask you again to repeat the mathematics of the numbers that come back from the dead and generate returns of 20 and 50 times. What is the incidence of that? Well, just on the ten X side, one in 5 to one in ten. Depending on when you do the study and for a 50 X plus recovery about 3%. Now, doesn't that suggest that a diversified portfolio of tech companies held throughout all cycles is going to perform because that to one to 50 shot, the one to 20,.

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"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"To current yield, grant's interest rate observer of the air of Jim grant, your host and with me is always as the rate deputy editor of grants that Lorenz and also with us as per usual is Henry French, who's a sound man, technician, the dials. A man who I previously and repeatedly referred to as Henry Fox. Which error is grounded in a piece of writing I'm doing for the past couple of years and Henry Fox is an important character in this narrative. But he's not hidden French. Henry French is Henry French and not Henry Fox. Thank you, Henry for being with you. And with us today is a guest and his name is Martin Hale and Martin hall said. He's a man of considerable parts in the world of finance. You said, of course, a Yale man to look at him. You know that cum lab naturally distinction? Yes. And he built his career in the venture and private equity world. In fact, he helped to start pequots venture and private equity business in 1997 that at length became first more cap, which in turn led to the spin out of an aspect of the strategy to form what is today hail Capital Partners, which is a non traditional evergreen growth equity in non traditional in that it actually makes money. Growth equity fund. And Martin is also not the least of his distinctions in the past speaker to grass conference. In.

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"i 70" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Quizbeard

"Answers for today's quiz round one was April. Number one, the year in which the catastrophic explosion at Chernobyl nuclear plant took place was 1986. Two. The subterranean crime fighting team that has a friend called April O'Neil is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Three. The queen's birthday, her actual birthday is April 21st. Number four, the precious gem that's the birthstone of April is the diamond. And number 5, the lyrids are a meteor shower. Round two was fools. Number 6, the act of the played uncle Albert in only fools and horses was buster merryfield. 7. The completed quote from Shakespeare's as you like it is the full dot thinky as wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool. 8. The metal metal often known as fool's gold is pyrite or iron pyrite. 9. The actor that played rocky Balboa's opponent clubber Lang was Mr. T at number ten, the name of the fool whose skull is exhumed in act 5 scene one of Hamlet is yorick. Round three was days, number 11, the English rock band that released ruby Tuesday in 1967 was The Rolling Stones. Number 12, the English political journalist, a journalist, television and radio presenter who usually wore a trademark bow tie and presented panorama and question time was Robin day. Number 13, in American football, the Super Bowl is traditionally played on a Sunday. 14 in happy days, it was Arthur fonzarelli, better known as fonzie or just the fonz, who lived above the Cunningham's garage. And number 15, there are a 86,400 seconds in one day. Round four was the jokes round, asked you to guess the punchline or complete the joke. Number 16, what do you call a dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary? A thesaurus. Number 17, a horse walks into a bar and the barman says, why the long face? 18. What time did the man go to the dentist? Two 30? Number 19, I ordered helicopter crisps at the bar but the barman said they only had plain. And finally for this round, number 20, why can't you hear a pterodactyl when it's in the toilet? Because it's P is silent. Round 5 was the general knowledge round. Number 21, the London residents that were sold to George the third in 1761 for 21,000 pounds was Buckingham Palace, or as it was known then, Buckingham house. Number 22, Montenegro has a coastline on the Adriatic Sea. 23, the actor that stars as Al Capone in the film of the same name in 1959 was Rod Steiger. 24, the paramilitary wing of Benito Mussolini's national fascist party was best known as the blackshirts. And finally, number 25, the English lord and former cricketer who also played professional football for scunthorpe united Izzy in botham. Well that's it for another quiz all 70 of them so far, thank you very much for taking part and remember getting in touch if you'd like to suggest a round topic and I'll try to include it for next time. I'll be back soon with another 5 rounds so until then take care and goodbye..

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"i 70" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

08:50 min | 4 months ago

"i 70" Discussed on Quizbeard

"April, fools, days, jokes, and general knowledge. These are the 5 rounds in today's quiz, so get ready for quiz beard, number 70..

"i 70" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast:  A Video Game Podcast

Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"i 70" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast

"Who celtics games. Gas is absurd. Seventy andrew milton has their headphones. Everything's great. We had some audio issues at the start of this one that i think we've sorted them out. I think last week's fuck ary broke. The headset i was using jared on is really important. You didn't talk about games Last time are Fried delight games or games still good. I generally enjoy games. I feel like they're still good. Okay but every week that passes by i get more and more jaded questioned my royalties but yes still still on board. That was a hell of a fucking Situation the last time we record guys are interface exploded and shit the bed right as we were going to talk about some some some pokemon and we're going to talk about on. Yeah well it's too bad and you only got to talk about sexual harassment in the gaming industry. Yeah big poke. Poke amman intentionally friday. Because they didn't want nikolai fucking making fun of more pokemon games. I don't think nick was going to make fun of it. But what we to talk to mike vick. Yeah all that it was. It was a bad situation. I guess we've been pretty lucky in the grand scheme of things like done. I don't know how many episodes total and that was the first time we had any like serious issues. Yeah yeah unfortunately. We had to buy a new interface a night at the time to back. Maybe we should get better one. And then i talked to people at the store and people on reddit. And everyone's like you should get the one you had. I'm like okay. So we have the next generation of had. And i came. And i got up plugged in and i couldn't get working at an adobe addition and spent hours and now i've carried my other computer from the house in here and it's working tech tech problems. It fucking drives you crazy win. This brawl in particular the interface works. We are recording. We have levels doesn't work on another computer. Why why yeah. I don't i don't get it. There i will say yeah absolutely agree with you. More of the most frustrating things like troubleshooting and trying to figure out something. That's going on with the computer in particular But there's something so fucking satisfying like it. It just like you can feel it in your loins. It's just so satisfying when you solve something like this. It's just like oh man this feel so good. I spent so much time. I was pissed off. That was going to give up. And then i figured it out so you know you out if i get the same feeling when it something so fucking like erroneous as like the shit doesn't work here but it works there. How many hours of my life do i have to waste. It's not like getting over a like seiko boss. These just a different feeling. Like that's far more satisfying absolutely. But i will say that like it. It's crazy how.

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"i 70" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"i 70" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"To start stepping up to lead with experience. Philanthropy is great but do we need leadership from those who helped build this country. Well you know and as someone who's obviously got some perspective on that. I would say that you know what my great great grandfather did. Dot doesn't make me necessarily qualified to do the same thing so i think that a lot of people that are fortunate enough to come from From legacy families and come from wealth. I think it gives you an opportunity but it also gives you. I think a responsibility. And i would just say that When people come from that type of background they usually have an education. They have a perspective that other people don't have so use that to find a cause that you're really passionate about and again you know you don't always have to make the country better by being an office. I don't have a desire to run for political office. I think i can help by be involved on topically and offering what i can from the from the sidelines. So find your passion and pursue it. That's the most important thing and andy from columbus asks who are the best example. Examples of modern rockefeller republicans. Well that's actually a very good question. I think a rockefeller. I will be the first to admit we are a severely endangered species. But i when i think of when i think of rockefeller i think of your uncle. J. so i think democrats to so rockefellers have been everywhere. Well rockefeller republican by definition is someone who is socially more liberal fiscally more conservative which is which is what i am and so that there were so many people. If you look at someone. Like a like a charlie baker with the governor of massachusetts. I think he's he would be my best example because he's he's done a lot he's he was again. The definition is being fiscally more conservative but socially more liberal and one of the benefits. If you're in a blue state you can do that. Without being penalized but people still appreciate a lot of the efficiency and a lot of the bill ability to govern. You know when you look at all these cities that are going through big crime rates and fiscal problems. They're all run by democrats and a lot of people even in those cities are saying. Yeah i may be a democrat. But you know what's more important than than party affiliation governance and that's why so much is much more effective is stuff is being done on the state and local level than on the national level. So i mean people like him feel scott in vermont moscow. They larry hogan in in maryland. Steve box who just. He's a democrat. But rather grapple of montana. Who i'd say is on the other side who is in a republican state but what had a seventy percent approval rating. So i was able to do it because he had a more concerned but but of course he's anathema in in today's democrat party also got almost nowhere simply because of not being liberal enough so both parties have that that a little bit of an issue with an expecting youtube to appease and please the extreme wings of the party oftentimes to the to the detriment of the middle of the country. Yeah it is true so people can hear you. Where where can people find. Your podcast practically political not practically. We are tragedy. Political dot com. And i'm working with kerry and we we do we try to keep it short and sweet so we do ten ten minute segments. 'cause i know people are very busy but and again i really encourage people just to to think about ways that again that that we can work together and and a lot of what. The republican party's principles have been over. The years are really really valuable principles and again. It's not that they what the party believes in is wrong. It's just that right now. The current crop of republicans in washington are just not upholding. What i think are are the most important principles and the fact that you said your recent guests couldn't even really talk about what they stand for. That's not his fault but he's defending the indefensible. Well people who listen to this show. We like to try to get. It's not even really a spectrum. It's a it's a map pits a big map of all different types of political persuasions and beliefs and whatnot. And they've definitely got folks who've listened. You've definitely got a vast big swing from last week's episode to this week's if you are interested in pragmatism and practical governance whether you're a progressive or conservative check out david's book practically republican. The book is practically republican practically republican. How concerned citizens can renew and reclaim the gop. Practically republican. How concerned citizens can renew and reclaim the gop. Or you can check them out at practically political dot com. David spencer. david. I gotta ask you. How the heck are we going to get along. Well i think if we if we just think about the things that we agree upon. And that's what's amazing. If you look at the main issues most people really want better infrastructure. Most people want sensible immigration even in west virginia. The most trump ius of all states seventy five percent of people support voting rights. So again in these these are these are issues that both parties that both parties have supported in the past. So i think so much of it gets drowned out by all the vitriol that sprayed back and forth because if you actually look at some of the issues and again i'm not talking about social issues. I'm talking about issues that improve people's lives. that's where there's very little daylight between trump voters and a lot of democrats on kitchen table issues..

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"i 70" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"i 70" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"But when you talk about when you when you make that give that statistic about the first president since herbert hoover to have lost the house the senate on the white house in four years. It makes me think if i'm one of them that's just more evidence of the fact that that the world is against donald trump. These are not statistics. These are not. These are not superlatives that he has one or earned. It's because the media is against him. It's because the democrats and the deep state and the bureaucrats against him and they're trying to make him out to look the worst. That's possible so how do you combat a. How do you combat that within the republican party if that is belief of so many people and it's being perpetuated night after night by certain talking heads on other shows how do practical and pragmatic services like yourself convince your own party members. Y'all there's no cabal of luminosity in. They're trying to hurt us. We're hurting our well. I think what you bring up is is the greatest challenge not just to getting unity within the party but also in terms of our democracy because i really do believe that if people if not only if the loser of the election isn't going to respect the outcome but if you have a large percentage of the not respecting the outcome and it's very hard to govern the country it's very hard to get a balanced so to answer your question. I think and this is what i think. Some of the stupid stuff like you know canceling the keystone pipeline and stopping construction of the wall. Allow the executive orders that biden. Did i thought were very counterproductive. Because i think what needs to be done. Is you have to focus on things that people want people want. Cova was their first concern. The economy was the second concern. Voting rights is a concern. Immigration is a concern. So if you can get to the point where people feel that government is working for them and and government is something that improves their lives and doesn't hurt their lives and again you know what really worries me is. This whole woke cancel stuff. That's going on too because it plays right into the right wing media's vision of you see there there is people say they're coming for you right and that's what that's what you hear. Trump people like matt gaetz. Say that and the media plays right in that and bill maher who is hardly a conservative. He said there should be a stand. Your crowd log on cancel culture. You know this is the reason people. Hey democrats this is the reason. It's never good enough right and and so. I think that if i were a republican i would try to and this is why i think someone like rhonda santa's if i were the democrats i would fear him the most because he's played at very skillfully. He's an able legislature and he's gotten stuff done he was proved. Right on cody. Schools open for the full school year in in all sixty seven counties in florida california. We were fiftieth in terms of getting kids. Back to school surprise we weren't fifty first so and allow the laws. He's passed our laws that play to the base but are inconsequential banning demonstrations or even the voting law banning passports vaccine passports or even the voting law. That was passed in. Florida wasn't as bad as the other ones. So you have someone like that who can assuage the base enough but still actually be. Be a good governor. Somebody who can govern trump was so legislatively incompetent that nothing got done other than that busted but budget busting tax cut. What do i mean you talked about some of the executive orders and actually getting things done are there compromises. That should be that. Are there have been on the table. Where right now. Looking at the fact that today republicans and democrats and the presidential administered by the administration announced that they had come to some sort of framework compromise on infrastructure. It remains to be seen whether or not it can pass the senate because they're only five republicans involved in that whether they can get another five to come on board remains to be seen but you've mentioned voting laws a few times joe. Manchin came up with what he called. A compromise solution between sr hr hr wanted are one and where he believed. The voting rights should be and it included some things that i think. A lot of democrats were frankly. Shocked to see people like stacey. Abrams support shock to see people like president. former president. obama support requiring voter. Id allowing the purging of voter rolls and yet. Republicans almost immediately dismissed it as i think. Roy blunt from missouri called it the stacey. Abrams voting voting rights bill. What's the is there ever. An argument that either side both sides simply don't wanna solve problems because it takes away their ability to bitch. I mean if you've been handed voting voter. Id from democrats after years of democrats campaigning against it. And now you're going to say no to it. What's the argument. They're like what. What is the purpose of polish. You know here's here's here's the funny thing it for all the huffing and puffing you've heard about voter voting laws or remember when voter. Id laws came out. After after the supreme court gutted the voting rights act and liberal said. It was going to the end of democracy. All this stuff really hasn't changed things because if you make an incrementally harder to vote then that emboldens people to vote more so i think up until now every time i hear people say oh you know. It's it's been terrible. I said you had eighty one million people vote last year for a presidential candidate. The turn out was the best ever. But what's different about. Some of these laws is that in the past. It's always been about what happens when people are leading up to balance or casting ballots. Now you're seeing some of these laws like the georgia law the ability to do things after the vote is cast and that is scary if you can have. Local county boards overruled by legislature in georgia. That's a problem if you can. Just the alleging fraud can give texas the power to overrule some county boards. That's the problem. And i think the reason that there's been such a just almost an instantaneous rejection by republicans. And i think by the way was poor strategy on mcconnell's part because i think he should enrolled with any could have blocked down the road so he's usually pretty shrewd but i thought he misplayed this one but is because they realize that this is such an important part of the strategy to Make sure that if twenty twenty happens again that they'll be prepared for it in a place like georgia you know are okay elaborate. Twenty twenty happens again and then if democrats happened to win again it could find those eleven thousand seven hundred eighty votes that trump's so infamously asked brad ravensburger defined so that sounds like we for all the. The legislature has the right now to overrule county election boards. And that's that's that's never happened before and they'll tell you. Oh they're all these hurdles to overcome be overcome but that may be true. But the fact is that's the basis of the law and i think that law was just a masterpiece of subterfuge with which democrats went for hook line and sinker because there are already rules saying you can't pass out water if your vote voting sir. Supporting a candidate. they're already. they made some things harder..

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"i 70" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

Beyond the Wheel

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"i 70" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

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"i 70" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

The Pilot Network Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"i 70" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

"Still struggled with all that and then airbus was in some people You're not a real pilot now. I'm like what little smack i don't care. I don't. I'm i'm not in a measuring contest. What i am into is whatever. I can do to take the load off my very insignificant brain so i can think more and be safer and i just don't like airbus had had kind of that mary matter what i tell you this if i can interject quick that is kind of logic in the way that the darby is built our are built to alleviate workload That's how they're set in when you understand how they're built to alleviate then you can allow it to do that but there's so much stuff to learn to get to that point. You're kind of overwhelmed. Even though those things are fast so long that rolls directly what. I was about to ask you. You went from flying tankers to our platform. And now you're in. A mixed are aside tackle aircraft platform. What kind of a transit. Now okay. you're not doing strafing. Runs in eight ten or cap with an f sixteen but you do have to understand a lot of basic tactical principles. Oh yeah shoot the haiti's bomb as we were talking leagues so when you're getting ready to drop the haiti's for those of you don't know that's an iron eagle reference. Please check it out going from a tanker to that with a little bit smicer in what. What's that like. I mean because a lot of these folks that are doing it are coming straight from pilot training. So they don't know.

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"i 70" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"i 70" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"You know but could messiah comes to me. You know you have the mind like e saw was like man. I never gonna be more than what i am so here. Give me. Give me the material sustenance in have this birth mind you see the. Give me the good credit. And you all melanie. You know or make me less less threatening to american society. And i won't make women anymore. I'll do a different kind of alternative thing because it's just easier. I know i ain't never gonna get You know harass anything like that. If i represent the total soup coming in subjugation of what your idea your notion of supremacy implies. I'll stop my blood mind right here so That temptation after your fats. Coming out of the woods that wilderness or desert and having that entity say. I will give all these things to you all these things. What if i served if i serve you but you are an art type of materials so i serve. You are only serving materialism and that that goes in a in a twinkling of an eye. You know something interesting. You know if you if you right now if you lay down one outside into the grass got some grass and you hope you do own the soil.

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"i 70" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"i 70" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Ri- guys this is my section. Can I speak for saying Travis is fucking auditory? A lot of Ted Danson once each showed back up a lot of tufts on that Jesse we saw Gutenberg trying to show off the baby to Tacoma down by dumping them out. I didn't try and butter off your choice. Chester Smith and Tom selleck is just a lovely area individual on his own time. So because like a lovely like medium. Grade Chester. Yeah he's just he's got some all the right place in medium variance. Good way to put that on the mountain roads or the semis. Go up like the grabble to keep them from. You'd have breaks like Yeti as his happy trail. So Sean. What do you think about the the film? I think it was a lovely a mix of showing the responsibility of growing a human being and bringing them into the world It's entertaining it's fun. Yeah I think that's what it'd be like if three eligible bachelors. Tom selleck mustache. God God deserves wonder he was he was the set on of the one thousand nine hundred eighty five to eighty seven lose it through the earliest seasons of friends. He retained that but like those two thousand though. He recipients friends but like what he do between missile baseball. Mr Baseball Quigley down under. Yeah that was pre friend. So do we want to touch on the order of the like. Where were these different stars kind of rang at the time because the young nineteen eighty-seven given context Mike he was Tom. Selleck was number. One Goldenberg was number. Two Ted Danson was a hard three after five. Years of being on cheers cheers. Just I think around that time taken off but yeah you said it started. Take OFF IN SEASON FOUR. Get one five. Yeah so the year before that so he was just becoming a big name that point and probably I I think I ask that in a previous podcast. It's so crazy to think Gutenberg but it was like you know you have those three names and your shit who was the fair enough but who was the biggest star and sell it but like but when you hear those names you're like if you were to ask me? Hey You know sell a Gutenberg and dance Internet. I'm like Oh yeah dancing me with the most prominent name right now. But at the time he was what lesser-known a good place of. Yeah and okay I know gets any. I haven't seen all of it is predominant place. Yeah which haven't seen that's on our list queue you did just finish bowser GALACTICA. Yeah that's a damn thing. Join me three men in about star we guy in the Ceylon. I mean I mean. I'll be honest. I'm a little weak on the track. Their Babies Space May. How can we listen more babies in outer space because you can't get pregnant in outer space? It's Oh.

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