18 Burst results for "Joe Camp"

"joe camp" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:49 min | 4 months ago

"joe camp" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Update today, he did come on and say, I didn't say never will. He said that I just decided to not do right now. So we'll see where it goes. And then Jonathan Isaac said that unvaccinated vaccinated players are being vilified and bullied. That was the way that he sees that. And I know we have talked about him injury wise as well as Mark L faults, but that was something that he put out there that he feels like players who are not vaccinated are being targeted in the way to get it. 90%, 90 plus percent of the NBA is vaccinated. So we're not talking about the majority here that is dealing with this situation, but the fact that it's some high profile names, I think that's turning this into an even bigger story. Well, the reality is, if it was Joe camp player, no one cares. Because it's your own the roster for the next few weeks and then you're out of here. So I don't really care if you're vaccinated or not. For the general public. I mean, that's just the reality of the situation. But also, Joe camp player, guy fighting for a roster spot. I can tell you have had multiple conversation with players with agents and teams, where it was, yeah, it's absolutely a factor. And do we, Gary, are you going to be available to play? Think about if you're a guy trying to fight your way onto the nets or the warriors roster? The last thing you probably can get away with the same, but I'm not gonna be able to play half. Oh, yeah. You're gonna move on and go get a different player just 'cause it's, you know, and you could say fair unfair scream up and down. Well, playing in the NBA is a privilege. It's not a right. It's not something everybody gets to because otherwise suit me up. I'll be out there. It's not how this works..

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"joe camp" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

This Week in Agriculture

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"joe camp" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"This week in agriculture a production of the red river farm network with a look at markets. I'm randy conan. The supreme court ruling favoring oil refiner seeking waivers from the renewable fuel standard expected to have a big impact on demand for corn and soybean oil martensson egg risk management president. Randy martensson says. That decision will impact demand for egg commodities. Well that's kind of what they're thinking is that it could slow down the demand on the biofuel side which will slow down ethanol demand and slow down the biofuel or the the oil demand for bio fuel so biodiesel. So that is that's kind of what's hitting the market. But i think in the end you know we're still not we're still going to see the demand i mean. You look at clean energy. The ethanol is still something. We're going to have to use global commodity analytics and consulting president. Mike sue slow said the combination of weather and that supreme court ruling had traders throwing in the towel this week soybean oil especially down over five percent almost five and a half percent you know getting close to the limit down level this is really an issue for the trade and i think it couldn't have been at a worse time when it comes to much-needed rains in parts of illinois and indiana and even some in the northern plains areas not nearly enough but at least there is a rain on the radar screens Going into the weekend trade basis levels remain strong for corn soybeans across the northern plains bannon company market analysts christie van on tells farmers to be mindful of what month that basis is being based on. That's one thing to really know when you look at those basis levels when you're deciding that if you have all crop on hand is what month. They're going after and you don't blame an elevator and ethanol plant for shifting up that risk because we learned from the mehta july contract. A lot of people got caught squeezed there in that contract and we're dealing with that now and so somebody's levels look extremely attractive but we just need to know what they're going off of and related back to the cash price you know whereas the cash price a survey of market analysts by the wall street journal expects corn supplies to be roughly four point. Two billion bushels as of june first. That's down from five billion bushels a year ago so bean stocks expected to be seven hundred ninety five million bushels down from one point four billion last year. We'd stocks at the end of the quarter are expected to be at five hundred. Excuse me eight hundred. Fifty eight million bushels down from one point zero three billion a year ago. Usda will be releasing the quarterly stocks report. Along with the planted acreage report at eleven o'clock central time on wednesday comstock investments market analyst. Joe camp says traders will be very cautious ahead of those reports cautious by say farmers who are somewhat in in many areas worried about what they might produce Worried about the upcoming weather turning hot and dry again But also some cautious on the part of speculative buyers. They've mostly been selling in terms of profit taking for the week. Minneapolis july. We'd gained sixty cents. September was up forty one and three quarters chicago july. We go down twenty five and three quarter cents. Kansas city july we it was down six and a quarter cents. July corn losing eighteen and three quarter cents on the week. December corn was down forty seven cents for the week. July soybean's down sixty six and a quarter cents in november soybeans. Were down forty three and a quarter cents on the week. Twenty seven hundred head of cattle sold at the rugby livestock auction during this week sale. Normally that auction barn would have gone to sales every other week by this time of the year. Three to six year. Old cow calf pairs ranged from fifteen hundred to seventeen hundred fifty dollars solid mouth pair selling for fourteen hundred to sixteen hundred sixty dollars. Slaughter cows.

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"joe camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"joe camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A tough game for younger guys. Rain don't get in their waste. No, don't get in the way. But when does so we're having a good one were. How did the Proctor and Gamble some stocks? You know s O. What do we like for this weekend? Mike? Well, that's a game that everybody's gonna be riveted to when I randy wanted can all Randy Mark and please tell me now so I'd get a jump on it. I said no, Randy, I'm gonna surprise you. It's Kale against Oregon State and 2 32 teams that they haven't won a game yet. Hopefully, Cal could put the blood that players could put the bombs down long enough where they can cover the three points in their ball game. But I know nothing about him. I do know or God states in Oregon. I know that cows in Berkeley I know that Joe Camp went their former Minnesota Viking quarterback back in today, but that is the pick. L minus three. I bedded in with the rest of the games, and that was the number one game that came up. There's not a whole lot out there. My original game was personal state versus San Jose State. I was gonna pound for us, no state and then I find out. They got over it and they played the game off. They got coverted. Alright. So, Cal minus three. That's it. We've got more place for you tonight. Don't miss it adds couple 78, Mikey, I'll see you then. All right. Just take care. Take care, guys. Good to hear to hear from the North Sea. Mike, there's Mike north at north to Nori on Twitter, Cal minus three com. We've got exciting news here at the station. Do we have a new member of the ESPN 1000 family? We do indeed. Eric Ostrowski. Last night is his lovely wife had a baby girl, baby girl, right? Even your convict Ostrovsky you with I love Rose was born £5.9 ounces. Congratulations, Awesome thing, And that's a couple weeks early, because I write. No, there was originally early December was the target date. So congrats to Eric and Madison. That's all. Eric was talking to him off there a couple of weeks ago. And he was mentioning that he was going to name her after his favorite restaurant. Karma's So Olive garden here. Yes, Go ahead, I'll of rose. Well, I like that name, Oliver. I like that. I don't like the olive garden. But I like that name. That's for sure. Did you guys see this smoke a couple things and we're gonna wear to wrap up quickly. I saw rebel tweet this, You know, I lament all the time like that is my baseball card collection worth bupkis and say, I thought it was going to pay for my kid's college. It's worth nothing. Rebel from the action network. Did you guys see this Poky Mon first edition based set sealed. Booster box set sells at auction for $360,000 in 1999. It cost 80 bucks 20 years later. 360 grand. I quote tweeted my Griffey upper deck 89 Carter's with the Buck 45. I don't shake in my head. I don't get it. My son likes the Pokemon stuff not as much anymore. He's kind of moving on through that phase. He was into it a year and a half ago, Probably Collecting these Pokemon cards and jack sets. I've got it. I've got a house full of poking move. All right, and binders somewhere. Should we save those? I mean, should I start collecting his binder? I don't think so, because you've probably already opened the box. So that's lost dollars value that they're all open. How are Pokemon cards? Selling for 360? K and baseball box sets are worth nothing. Gotta catch Mama Carmen. Catch him. I don't even get poked him on. I don't understand it. I mean, I don't understand the back of what eyes this a surprise. The man who still checking his fantasy football team on the website. That doesn't surprise me at all. Well, you really made me feel You know what? I just I did notice really quickly because we're up against it here. Animaniacs Coming back. Did you visit Animaniacs are screaming now on who Lou. New episode today up I am psyched. I love that cartoon. A streaming new episode They've got in the brain that you pinky and the brain. You and your co have a whisky out there, right. If I'm not mistaken, we do we have We have a bourbon up, bub City, Lulu. Enemy Any ex? Check it out. That's something we can watch. Now that we've both gone through the Queen's gambit that's frequents. Camera was so good. Oh, my gosh. All right, Meller. Thank you Fun. Two days, Jeff will see again on Monday. Your call be back Monday. Great job by your chair by Jerry Strauss and Lady Merkin. And.

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All evidence points to the Big Ten being the best league in America for a second straight season

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

All evidence points to the Big Ten being the best league in America for a second straight season

"Today, turn our attention to the big ten where I have Iowa winning the regular season title while Norlander has pegged Illinois as the. Favourite and Wisconsin to finish second. So let's start there. Norrland explain to me why you're being totally disrespectful the frame McCaffrey to Luca Garza to this public research university that was founded in eighteen forty seven at CBS sports me Jerry Paul David all have Iowa in the top two but you and strong JAL cow bone have Iowa third in the big ten. Explain Yourself. This is gene wilders Al-Matar we're talking about for crying out loud. Oh, there we go. Something tells them you've been snooping around the Iowa wikipedia page. That's where I get all my goodland ACM forty, seven trivia gets on. What's the oldest institution in the Big Ten? Let's let's what do we think it is big ten rules. What's two oldest one founded first? What's our guest founded? I I'm running through right now I'm going to say it's Penn State Penn. State's your guests I'm going to go. I'M GONNA go man is a tough one I'm going to say. That's a good one. I'M GONNA say Michigan I'M GONNA Michigan sealed list no idea by the way no idea someone chips someone pleads tweet us and let us know I don't know when the oldest we could. Actually we could go and look through all the wikipedia pages in real time here. But let's let's make a fun quick podcast here you want to know why I have. Iowa. Third I'll let you WanNa know what that's what I want. That's what you want to I'll let you know that I talked with Sam visine yesterday good old Sam. Who May who may appear on this podcast remember never know it's always out there. He actually asked me where I have Iowa in my one, two, three, fifty seven and I said, well, I'm GonNa have them in the top ten but I'm actually going to have them behind. Illinois in Wisconsin. He goes. You're absolutely right and I don't know how many people are gonNA. Agree with you. But I'm with you hundred percent and the reason why is this this team has the preseason national player of the year and Luca Garza it's got a great talent and Joe Camp. Jordan bohannon terrific Khanna McCaffrey. Great. But defensively, there's enough there that are not there that I'm going to. Just sell a bit on a twenty eleven team from last season ninety, seven defensive efficiency at Ken Palm. I like Wisconsin's overall team just a smidge better smidge and I do like Illinois I think he's GonNa be the best team in the big ten. So I love that we have we need some more genuine disagreement on the podcast here I've got Illinois definitely as the as the best team in the big ten and then Wisconsin and then Iowa. But in the Grand Scheme of the sport, I, think those are three of the ten best teams in college basketball. We agree on that have Iowa fifth in the top twenty five in one. Illinois six and Wisconsin Tint So. You know. We're all in the same ballpark and I do think you can reasonably despite. My anger at the top of the podcast I do think you can reasonably have those three teams in. Any order as for Iowa. Five players last season start at least twenty games all five or back plus they get Jordan Bohannon Beck, they finish twenty third at. Kim. Tom. But they were 97th in defense of efficiency and quite clearly if you're trying to look for a reason why Iowa isn't actually going to break through and make the final four for the first time since nineteen eighty. Where you start is on the defensive side of the ball ninety seven defensive efficiency. It's hard to be great when you are that bad on the defensive end of the court,

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"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This mission with farmers and other rural illinois ins beat routes or routes are empty radio farm week now dot com and farm week. Keep you connected. Welcome back to our f._d._a. Illinois i'm loss yongki for more than a week. We've been visiting with joe camp manager of agrivisor on our f._d. Prophet offered watch yesterday was the last of our daily conversations now this weekend but the one before joe took off on his motorcycle when east indiana antidote to michigan back through indiana illinois up to wisconsin minnesota iowa even into south dakota yesterday day we visited with him from omaha with from sioux city omaha by way of des moines taking his wide of a route as possible and seeing as much of the corn and soybean in crops as possible using hit the jackpot in very many places but yesterday was about as close says he could get. I'm actually seeing some great corn here and that kinda comprise. I expected that would be the case but we are talking about with elevator managers over farmers here the possibility that some areas of northern iowa woah the north west drive is it that's too close to south dakota because again we're dealing with the weather issues during the planning season and <hes> <hes> issues with not having a lot of rain here recently but you get kind of into iowa proper in that dark western section and and then down on into the center of the state you are saying really good potential here in some cases record potential so that's nice to see we got some good looking corn here you know as far as progresses concern we will be a little bit worried that delayed but not delayed here like in other spots along the curragh. I've noticed thinking about all the ground that you've covered and thinking about one hundred sixty nine to the acre and thirteen point nine billion bushels socials from your eyewitness account <hes>. What do you think he's saying. I don't see it or possibility or what do you think at this point. I don't see it also in part because i haven't seen some of these states. They're going to make up a big. You know big yield and then help up up to have this total overall this year so we won't be down much as we could be if we're only harvesting corn from the midwest from these states that i visited <hes>. I think you know if i were to get deeper into nebraska. We find some really good cori- in nebraska one st that's kind of lead the way here also the southern states jason particularly texas. That's something we've got to keep an eye on because as harvests roles there we do have a good indication that that crop is is a strong someone and we saw that in their most recent numbers from the government that ache texas had not only <hes> a good yield potential markdown but they had acres games on the the previous year that are going to help with production but i'm not seeing it from the sense that with all of the variability we have and the ice states in the midwest as a hole is just it's just a hard stretch for me to think that <hes> you know these big contributors <hes> will allow the car and yield to slip by only three eight point nine percent production as a whole down only three point six percent so you know. I think we'll get more of that. When we finally get the government crops out about the field and that'll that'll be starting here just just the thin enough joe campus yesterday on our profit wise she says for this year's goren born bushels patience is still be warranted especially going into another crop production estimate in september as for old crop though especially if storage contracts are about to expire higher by be worth considering some different kind of ownership strategies. You could find the action request online at i l f p dot org they farm bureau yesterday announcing its latest action requests to urge the environmental.

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"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Their checkoff programs Jim Taylor back on the radio network on this Wednesday quiet trading day on Tuesday but some positive developments late in today's Joe Camp had some late day optimism on <hes> things like China and trade had comments from <HES> chief White House economists Larry cudlow mentioning that there was progress in the few phone call meetings that were held over the past couple of weeks and that there was progress made towards scheduling a next round of face to face meetings also some talk about China being ready to make those purchases. They've previous previously promise we're GONNA keep a real close eye on the every morning flash sale system published by the U._S._D._A.. Each weekday that is.

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"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We've understood understood that there is uncertainty about what will be grown what wasn't planted ultimately <hes> throws itself into the mix here but we're still advocating marketing against adjusted expectation so we're not saying you know sell fifteen or twenty percent of your selling. We're saying sell twenty five percent right. Now is the current recommendation in the cast strategist of the new crop production that you expect to have an that takes into account of course what you've planted and what you see out there <hes> as far as current conditions are concerned and we think we might be a soon upping our marketing <hes> recommendations. It's that time of the year when we normally see some pressure on prices this year different one and then most but we you would still want to manage our risk ahead of what could be eventually a seasonal downturn for prices ultimately encouragement to take advantage of what we are seeing favorable prices December corn features for example above four fifty so we mentioned crap report U._S._D._A.. Numbers <hes> pro farmer will be coming out your own. What do you expect to see when you take off from Peoria on the ninth of August? What are your hopes intentions etc.? I want to have a look at the crap for sure we'll do that you know from from the top of the motorcycle and we'll see I think <hes> you know again the difference between the western corner out in the eastern corner about because we'll be traveling through both sides of it. I'm really really looking forward to talking with farmers to understand where they're add on their marketing sentiment ultimately on crop production expectations in the same could be said for our interviews plan for our <hes> across crop specialist partners. We're GONNA include our our partners at country in the mix are agronomist and crops specialists throughout the Gromark F._S. system so I'm really looking forward to meeting with folks and getting a preview of what to expect <music> out of what should be an unprecedented harvest to come no question and you're also going to be talking about how to get on your e letter lists. I'm interested learn more. We've got Karl Setzer commodity risk analysts having just started for homeadvisor. We're really excited about that and we're bringing him in into the mix using it as an opportunity to get out there and just re advertise what aggravates does and how were there to support our farm bureau members our country crop customers are affiliates of the GROMARK system so we're looking forward to getting out there and saying here's what we have to offer in our advisor advice service or visor premium service which is a member benefit for those farm bureau members and country crop customers and it's just about saying Dan. Hey let's. Let's get your email. Get your contact information. We'll get you signed up for what we think is a very great service headed up now by Carl last fifteen twenty seconds here. What's our take home for Monday? You know we're watching three three things Carl and I talked about this on our podcast. We've got a podcast go on called market calls and he always tells me three things he's keeping an eye out for we're talking about the crop progress numbers out after the bell today maybe slight improvement where looking at whether of course hi <hes> warmer temperatures to come but then a cool down and finally the report residual influence from last week and expectations for the very key coming August report Joe Camp agrivisor services great way to wrap up an hour of ABC had conversation here on our F._d.. Today have a super Monday more farm news and information ahead fe tuned for more four R._S._D.. Today here on the Illinois credited your burgers on the copy table. You WanNA eat a burger. Put It on a bar sticks to be jobs for the new American voter fresh still..

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"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"How are things looking to you today here you you are the Director Illinois Department of Natural Resources? You are married to a farmer and a seed professional in birth seeds in your husband so you you've talked growing season and Utah conditions all the time well we do and you know we also for the State of Illinois have <hes> state land that is farmed as well <hes> and much of that <hes> has been a challenge this year with what the flooding <hes>. I've just got an email from one of those <hes> farmers that we have a contractual agreement with that farm some of the state property and so we're talking about the very same issues about prevent planting in about <hes> cash rents and <hes> so <hes> there are a lot of similarities. I'm actually glad that you ask because. <hes> when you talk about <hes> agriculture one of the things <hes> when I began on March first and I'm very aware of <hes> many were saying why Cooling County and she's an egg person what she's doing the Department of Natural Resources <hes> so it didn't fall on deaf ears <hes> and what I want to say about that is that we should have a relationship with the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Agriculture one for the reason you just identified <hes> and to when we're talking about natural resources <hes> when we're talking about soil and water aren't those natural resources so isn't that something that the Department of bag and the Natural Natural Resources Department is should be collaborating when it comes to the <hes> cover crops and when it comes to our nutrient reduction law strategy when it comes to pollinator <hes> so there are a lot of reasons that we should be <hes> having a relationship beyond what may be we've had previously I know we talked a little bit about those partnerships last month and you were talking about one of the things that really kicked off spring with agde a was between you and John Sullivan Director of Agriculture and the pollinator project what I picture that was taken of Youtube with shovels and just getting that pro brought program off the ground was wonderful well it it is thank you for saying that and John and I certainly agree on that and we have a little friendly competition going as well as about pollinator plant looks the best at this juncture which one you should win <hes> and I told him that day I said publicly I won't accept the Thai but personally I need it to win it. So when you come to the State Fair <hes> please visit the Department of Agriculture and their plot that is outside fighting building and then also while you're conservation world <hes> please look at our many apponator plots that we have there but our newest one <hes> is the one that that surrounds and now adorn our department of Conservation sign. Oh so we'll we'll look for that and that building in itself <hes> you know that's one of the places conservation world and your actual headquarters. What a beautiful facility it really is? I know I'm biased. Yes but I do believe it is the <hes> the prettiest building in state government <hes> but there are historic buildings certainly that <hes> have such incredible <hes> architecture but as far as some of the newest buildings <hes> that how state government the Department of Natural Resource Building has to win that Rice just a half a minute left before we go to our first break Coleen but what you talked about a big announcement things you're going to be doing in conservation world this year. It's a long list in a long list and after the break I'm really eager to talk about <hes> many of those features that are entertaining as well as educational and also provide some opportunities opportunities for eating while you're there as well. Let's go into a break and we will come back. Talk More with Colin Callahan Director of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources that will also dive into other county fairs Air's going on around the state last week. We focused a lot on the Jersey County. The Morgan County Fairs both turned out very well a good attendance. Good livestock shows harness racing etc so we'll dive in. We'll hear some things things are happening at the Sandwich Fair. Tracy Stephan is along with a special feature today for us and as we mentioned earlier we'll talk more about that weather over the weekend and as we go through July as they impact markets Joe Camp Camp agrivisor services is along with his update and we'll also talk about his crop tour he will be leaving August night for a complete crap tour and we'll hear more about that on.

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"joe camp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Savage doubts Trump. Do I really doubt Trump? Is that what it really says, is that really what it says doubts Trump? How about savage advisors? Trump with would that have been a just as an accurate, quotas any Clint savage advisors from in others? You ran on a platform of, of the border, and the border is more open. It was under Obama. You ran on the platform of being a businessman in a fiscal conservative, Mr. Trump. Meanwhile, we have a runaway budget with a hyper hyper, hyper spending, like I've never seen. What would we be saying if Hillary Clinton were in power, and we saw this kind of spending? All right. C former against them. That's a very significantly insignificant. Nine had some responses on Twitter to the New York Times article which I'll read to you pieces to you in a moment. Susan shuttling being apparently, illiterate, woman writes this, it is a very poorly written article at jumps. It skips really making no sense. The out of context, comments, and quotes, make it sound as though it was Penn by a complete novice who was told to demean the subject, his listeners and president, there is no explanation of why the show was cut down and hours. No mention of the popular podcast. You have your best selling books, etc. Very poor reporting. I agree. There's a lot of other very good statements up there that worth reading. Joe camp rights makes you sound like a third string talk show host when you ratings were the highest in all radio before they conspired to take you off the air on certain stations. Why not mention of that main pick of you looks spooky, no mention that Trump's campaign originated from your ideas? No mention you are an independent, not a Republican and complete the stores, your comments which got you banned from Britain, and MSNBC. The real G money says just as in the story of the scorpion and the frog the New York Times cannot help itself. Do you know if this was the author's original intent or if the editors changed the article? Oh, she saw raise that with me. It's the NFL enough, the Ortho, they, they can't help themselves. There's nothing I can do about it. I took a chance. I'm not one hundred percent. Happy with it. I didn't think it would be this, Mary. I thought that they leave the past alone, but they couldn't leave it alone. And so I, I sent this to the report he was upset with my statement of why did the New York Times smear mate. Here's what I sent to them. Tell me if you, if you would have done this, if you said, why did you bring up the MSNBC story? Do you mentioned Freddie's fashion mart fire? Each time you cover Al Sharpton. Or do you regret spitting in the salads of white people? Each time you covered Jesse Jackson. Martin Luther King's infidelities each time you write about him. You notice. They don't pre precluded every article about these people with something negative. Do they why did they do it to me? So you say you know what? It's not negative negative. It's, it's not it's not necessary to keep bringing up the past when it doesn't define me. Savage went on to say this to too many people, he's not a human being at demagogue, miss the savage said one afternoon if the wrapping of a broadcast from his home studio surprised they didn't put out the address with an arrow to it on Twitter. This is special includes his colleagues in the conservative media said, it's embarrassing collision, the some of these people Scoffing at the suggestion that he was playing with fire by criticizing them. Any once the Winston Churchill time savage pose a rhetorical question. I'm going to get up every morning and do nothing. But say how great he is making himself a lightning rod is nothing new. And then he goes into the negatives right there. Still in the world of conservative media where questioning the president's greatness can be pasta seat that tanks ratings and ends careers. That is true. Hey, look. I know what's going to happen. You gonna stop listening to me, right? Promises made promises kept. Let's see during one program. Well, he goes on in the audit, you want me to read it or not. You want me to talk about it or not? He took calls that afternoon for a little over an hour of the dozen people. He spoke to only one show from Salinas, California, the clear that he was sitting out the twenty twenty election. He said, I believe Trump Joe fume. He said he was going to do something about immigration four thousand coming over every day, he went on saying that the influx of migrants had only benefit Democrats, once it's all blue who cares about this. Great economy. Boy, this is something Mr. savage of four member of Mr. Trump's mar a Lago club in Florida embodies, the contradictions of much of the president's base. He insists quote, I'm no Benedict Arnold and will still vote for Mr. Trump at twenty twenty despite his misgivings, because there is no democratic candidate. He could imagine supporting, I.

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"joe camp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By playing the. Well, because maybe the Yanks are coming thousand more of them being sent to the Middle East. The war drums being beaten by those in the media, who consider themselves conservative, but they're anything but conservatives like peace, not war, and I count myself amongst the peace lovers. Not the world offers. We also have the border problem, which is not gotten better. And now I wanna go back to a big story for me, if you haven't read it go to the drudge report to Lincoln. Yes. Go to the drudge report. Download the is it still there. Oh, god. Look at the headline New York Times says savage doubts Trump. That's the headline on drudge and tonight is the wild rally kickoff in Florida. Savage doubts Trump. Do I really doubt Trump? Is that what it really says, is that really what it says doubts Trump? How about savage advises Trump would that have been a just as an accurate quotas? Any Clint savage advises from others. You ran on a platform of, of the border, and the border is more open. It was under Obama. You ran on the platform of being a businessman in fiscal conservative, Mr. Trump. Meanwhile, we have a runaway budget with a hyper hyper, hyper spending, like I've never seen. What would we be saying? If Hillary Clinton were empower, and we saw this kind of spending. All right. The former against them. That's a very significantly insignificant mentality. Now, I've had some responses on Twitter to the New York Times article which I'll read to you pieces to you in a moment. Susan subtly being apparently, illiterate woman writes this, it is a very poorly written article jumps. It skips really making no sense. The out of context, comments, and quotes, make it sound as though it was penned by a complete novice who was told to demean the subject, his listeners and president, there is no explanation of why the show was cut down and hours. No mention of the popular podcast. You have your best selling books at cetera. Very poor reporting. I agree. There's a lot of other very good statements up there that worth reading. Joe camp rights makes you sound like a third string talk show host when you ratings were the highest in all radio before they conspired to take you off the air on certain stations. Why not mention of that main pick of you look, spic spooky, no mention that Trump's campaign originated from your ideas? No mention you are an independent, not a Republican and complete the Storch your comments which got you banned from Britain, and MSNBC. The real G money says just as in the story of the scorpion and the frog the New York Times cannot help itself. Do you know if this was the author's original intent or if the editors changed the article? Oh, she saw raise that would make. It's the editor, not the author. They, they can't help themselves. There's nothing I can do about it. I took a chance. I'm not one hundred percent. Happy with it. I didn't think it would be this, Mary. I thought that they leave the passed along, but they couldn't leave it alone. And so I sent this to the reporter today he was upset with my statement of why did the New York Times smear mate. Here's what I sent to them. Tell me if you, if you would have done this, if you said, why did you bring up the MSNBC story? Do you mentioned Freddie's fashion modifier each time you cover out shopping, or do you regret spinning or do you regret spitting in the salads of white people? Each time you cover Jesse Jackson or Martin Luther King's infidelities each time you write about him. You notice they don't pre precluded every article about these people with something negative. Do they why did they do it to me? So you say no, it's not negative negative. It's not it's not necessary to keep bringing up the past when it doesn't define me. Savage went on to say this to too many people he's not a human being. He's demagogue miss. The savage said one afternoon after wrapping of broadcast from his home. Studio surprise it and put out the address with an arrow to it on Twitter. This is special includes his colleagues in the conservative media said, it's embarrassing collision to some of these people Scoffing at this gesture that he was playing with fire by criticizing them. Any wants nail the Winston Churchill tying savage pose a rhetorical question. I'm going to get up every morning and do nothing. But say how great he is making himself lightning rod is nothing new. And then he goes into the negatives right there. Still in the world of conservative media where questioning the president's greatness can be pasta seat that tanks ratings and ends careers. That is true. Hey, look. I know what's going to happen. You gotta stop listening to me, right? Are you gonna stop listening to me because of this article I wanna know call show. If you never listen to me again..

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"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is the communications director program director program director for the Eleanor agley ship foundation. You are in the class of twenty twenty working with some fantastic leaders and you're almost two halftime. Yes, almost becoming up. We started our summer session. We took a break in March after our Washington DC Gettysburg national study seminar. We've taken a break because he thought everyone would be planning. And but no, we always take the break in the spring for a couple of months. And then, of course, we take a break in the fall. For a couple of months, so we're going to be gearing things, up again here in the latter part of June up in Chicago for our business communications media, and the outreach seminar. You have outstanding group of young people call them young people. Because your age bracket from twenty five to forty nine now, you and I, I guess, we're not considered young people anymore. I know I know I know. But that's your age bracket. Right. Right. And it isn't just direct producers. It's people in agribusiness lending risk, management marketing associations, and it's a it's a very a diverse class. We have approximately eleven full-time producers and in the remainder of those are engaged in the Acura, cultural industry as a whole and I know several of them and talk to them, actually on a regular basis. Chris reynolds. Yes. Joe camp. In this class. Joel johnson. Joe johnson? Yes. So we are talking about, and as the your name would imply the future leaders of this state, and what we are doing these, these are our group of individuals that not only are currently making leadership Streisand are playing a pivotal role in agriculture, but they're looking to grow even more and they're looking to grow as leaders. Some people think, you know, they'll say what's your position, as we're not an advocacy organization. We are a leadership organization. We may train you to take on that role. But that is our primary focus is preparing leaders for the for the future of agriculture. Now, this is a testimony testimonial for your program. Right. So criminals. I've known him. Oh my I I'm sure I don't know how much of an age difference. But when I was at WM, I when he started at the local soil water conservation district years and years ago. So then fast forward, he a member of your class, and now with American farmland trust, we just talked to days ago about an interesting program that he's working on. And I said, I can so tell that you are in this program literature program, but the confidence level, so many things I it's just a wonderful program, and it's great to see the clash members of all as they start to take. In that knowledge and put those things to us you mentioned Joe camp Joe Gibbs has been giving back he was right? The evergreen f building, which were situated in and we did a Dardis communications, which is out of Iowa, and they are public presentations. We spent a day and a half working with them, and it was very refreshing to see. I mean each just it was fantastic. And he's been on, on other media outlets that I've seen them either either seeing him on the television or heard him on the radio. And it's, it's very refreshing to see that kind of growth and not the didn't have it before. But just like you said that, that confidence level that really comes through, and you do it each and every class, I can think of several Justin this past class, but, you know, how many years has been going on and how was it funded nineteen eighty four was the first class, you know, of course, you have to, to lay the groundwork before, then which, I believe started around eighty one or eighty two and. Basically, we have over five hundred alumni, unfortunately, as we've been around for a while some of those alumni are, are starting starting to lose some of those but at the same time, we've had, we've had a number of alumni in the class. So we started around eighty two in the second part of your question was how many you just has what time we started? What, what else? Yes. And I believe you don't. So how many classes? So every two years, I also ask about funding about funding. Thank you very much. We are five oh, one C three. We are privately funded, we do not take any tax money. There's and I always, I sometimes run into two people, my friends, my neighbors. So is that is that tied in with a university or anything like that? And it's like no, no, no. We're not now some other organizations across the country do have those ties. Right. But no. We are. We are privately funded and most of the people that go through the process of applying. This is very elite. You do have to go through a process. It is a process. And in fact, we've got it online right now and leadership dot org. We encourage people to do that because not only do we do we ask for input from the people that are trying to get into the program and applying. I'd also involves your employer. It's a major time commitment, and also, even with your spouse or significant other they're involved in the process to then after you turn that into course we do have interview process throughout the state because many of our candidates, including our classrooms, right now are located across the state of Illinois. Yes. And you, you talk about the commitment, and I've talked to many that have gone through the program Kelly Bassett was one that was in that years ago. And so you have young children. It's a big decision. Can you know, do you take that opportunity while you're young? Maybe your kids are young do have to give up a little bit. And you make an interesting point. You know, one of the things we should talk about if you're going to be a leader, sometimes you have to balance that the family, am I going to miss out on this one thing, I'm going to have to specially coordinate and so forth at home? And that's one of the great that you brought that up because that's one of the things we try and get across wonderful. We're going to continue this conversation with Todd Lowrie Eleanor agley ship foundation. When we come back, this is our FD today..

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"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"JT welcome to our FD L annoy on a Thursday. I'm Rita Frazier. Hello. You were asking about days being messed up because of the holiday. Right. I didn't work Monday. And so I'm a day off. I feel like it's Wednesday. And plus I was out last week. So then you as a really all you worked on a holiday. So do you have all lined up still feel? We're still feels odd, and that's on a Monday holiday. Think independence day. This year's either Tuesday or Wednesday that that messes everything. Oh for sure. Yeah. Yeah, what's going on over? I'm coming going. Well yesterday we did learn a little bit more on the prevent plan on the market, facilitation payments. What is successful what we call it a Skype in our Skype an are hosted by Eleanor farm bureau in country. Right. We'll hear a little bit Doug Yoder country meals farm bureau. And if you missed it or if you like it so much. See it again. Contact your county farm bureau manager because. A lot of info was was sent to them after the webinar completion yesterday. I think a lot of folks were tuned in and part, part of the so we know there's gonna be vacation, but we don't know how much right? And if you don't play you don't get it, which is another curveball in this thing for so many that have planted you. Absolutely. Well, a few more field updates coming up later. We'll talk today Canaan Springfield will also catch up with Joe camp. Talks a little bit about marketing ideas for weeks, given the southern Illinois week tour yesterday..

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"joe camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In. So Rick Mahorn said. Garza was a little robotic. He's a lateral. Technically called them the robot. So yeah, that's full on robots Garza gives the screen to Jordan Bohannon. I'm to soften it a little bit cool with the step in front. Steal back. The other way for Michigan crosses over into the paint. Lays it up in Jordan pool. These a guy who could be the x factor for Michigan. If he can get unhinged. Lucky was early in the season. Handed can't make that pass. And that's what's called a pick six in basketball. You make a pass that pool. Runs through gets an easy layup now he's hopping around feeling good about himself as experienced a player and is good a player as the junior from Iowa is in Jordan Bohannon that was an awful pass nine to six Michigan. With the lead over Iowa just underway in the first-half seventeen minutes to play Greg Daniels. Doug Gottlieb, moves to Garza on the wing Garza. Fires. He said as I to that one doesn't fall. Michigan controls the rebound savior Simpson. Into the front court in a hurry. Handoff prostate bras. A right handed person when it comes to everything else a left handed shooter. Makes them a pretty good threat. Charles Matthews with the dribble. Handoff day because he's got a lane to the basket to the hoop draws the foul. Took a lot of contact on the inside that may be the second on Garzon. Wait and see. Camp. Again. Camp one on Bohannon, you mentioned bras steak is who would you say right handed as a regular person like everything else. Basketball player. That's a weird way to say it regular person right half robot regular person, these aren't great. Thanks. Miss the first one of the lines shot that what like he's right handed with his head. He did he is his dad's at Annonay guy in Canada bras day kiss headed up on his left forearm. Drawn a lot of attention this year. Not surprisingly with ways play, but he missed both free throws. And there's one of the Michigan assistance told me his sneakers squeak a little different. A seventy seven percent shooter. He missed them. Both Joe camp so efficient last night in the win over Illinois. Moves it at the high post to cook cooking the paint. Good dick by pool sends it out on a bobble to Isaiah shot clock at fourteen still time. Mosque quick double by testy slips back on the lane. The giftable variety shot clock at eight Bohannon gets a screen from Luca Garza switched. Prostate guards him Bohannon trying to find something passed to Gars up at the big man can't handle the pass on the low bounce and the turnover gives it back to Michigan. It's a three point.

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"joe camp" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:47 min | 3 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So he's like, look, you gotta go meet coach if he likes you can call, and I'm like, I have no clue de tiger of watching Saint John. And stuff back in jersey, New York. And so anyway, so I do a little, you know, look at D two best bound, I find out all these guys. I didn't realize, you know, southern Illinois was d- when while Frazier's planning and Charles Oakley Virginia union and all these guys Charles Scottie, Pippin, central Arkansas. And I'm going. Wow, man. I go. Okay. So there's some good d to basketball. So I ended up calling the games for UC riverside coach one thousand nine hundred five my first year calling the games they go all the way to the national championship game against Bruce Pearl in southern Indiana for the love of God. I mean unbelievable story where they'd actually kicked like two kids off the team to other kids were academically. Ineligible. The at eight seven guys had to grab this other walk on kid that they had cut. So they had eight to practice with. And they go all the way to the national title game on CBS, and they actually had southern Indiana down sixteen points in the first half ended up losing the game. But man, you realize college basketball, how deep it is. And and a fine line between being division one division two. And just what a great sport it is coach when did you realize that? Being a college basketball. Coach was something that Fran mccaffery wanted to do for a living. I thought that I was blessed to be able to play the sport. My my my mom and dad used to take my brother died a college basketball games at the Philadelphia every every Saturday night. That's what we did. We went to high school games on Friday night. And at college games on Saturday night. That's how we spend our weekends. Never knowing, you know, at some point, I'm going to get the suit up. And then what happens is it happens to a lot of us is your career comes to a screeching halt. I was pretty good. But I wasn't going to play the NBA. So, you know, you're you're twenty one twenty two years old when you graduate right either got walk away from the sport or commanded from another angle. And and and I decided I wasn't ready. I loved college basketball too much. I love to go to work. You know, I love going to work every day on a college campus. I've been doing it for for over thirty years. I get up when I go I work with young people. I've been I've been very fortunate I've worked at Greensboro, North Carolina already do your south bend. It'd be Atta Iowa City, Iowa Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. You know, but my children have grown up different parts of the country meeting different people and experiencing different things. I've worked at private schools public schools. Believable way to make a living to have have your children grow up on a college campus on Qatar's playing for myself Patrico play for Beck's, hbextract up. Two of my sons on our team. You know, they've grown up at practice. They've grown up in the locker room they've grown up coming on road trips of being would have beginning on buses now it's on planes. But it's really it's really something special when you get a chance to work with and mentor young people and watch the research potential and some help be a part of that. It's a tremendous feeling last thing because you mentioned Greensboro, and I hope I hope that there's a chance because there are some of the major conferences like Pac twelve way down. I'd like to see that southern conference. Get two bids this year, and that UNC Greensboro team, although they lost to Wofford at home. They have a chance of that loss. But that is one heck of a team Firmin's pretty good east, Tennessee State, and man that Wofford team they can hang with. Anybody man that kid McGee can shoot it from half court. But I'd love to see that. I just I don't know why it is coach because sometimes these things work out UNC, Greensboro, Iowa first round NCAA tournament that would be that would be interesting, obviously for me. Background. You know? That's where a daughter was born. That's where my son Patrick was born you're right that Walker with Mike young coach a spectacular. West has done a great job. You know, UNC g. I've great respect for that league. It's a little different. You know when I was in. It was back in those days every conference was different. Davidson Charleston Appalachia say it was a different kind of league. But you're looking at Wofford and UNC Don in what I did at the beginning of the year. Like, you said he said as he states, also very good. So it is possible that two of those teams forget in the. You you're in that situation. I was in that situation at CNN more. So than Greensborough. You keep winning. And you wanna keep that that number up? I remember the one year we we were in the championship game of our conference. We we we twenty-six wage we played a twenty six team of the championship game. But I'm thinking to myself RPI was thirty one we lose it accomplished game toward twenty six wind Niagara team coached by job. I think we're going to get a bit. Now, we ended up winning the game. So we want our way in. I was hoping they didn't. But. But. I sort of have a soft spot in my heart for for those teams that are really really good because I coast a good number of years of my career at the big major level. Dow, of course, you know, what I prefer to see more power five teams get in. But you know, I used to be a proponent of. Hey, let's give these people a shot. So I don't want to be hypocritical about it. There you go. Okay. Now before I let you go fish Fain always with me on Monday nights, big fan of Fran McCaffrey. He's like KT. Can I just ask coach one question? I said sure you can fish fish Fram, McCaffrey. I appreciated coach everywhere in the league, obviously is a huge win. But in a game like that game against how big is that win as far as preparing your team for the tournament. When every game is close, and you need to be able to come out on top. And those games. How much does that help your team preparing them to get into that tournament? That's a great. That's a great question at a great point. Because. You have to execute. So many things coming down the stretch we had to execute our press. We had to decide are we are we going? I steal are we fairly. We hit the clock. We want our lake gave actions. And read situations. You know, we have action on both sides who's open are they switching or they're not switching can we throw it in could we take it to do? We have to shoot a three. And you kind of have to go through that before you're ready to be able to consistently perform at that level. And you're right. You get to the tournament is a good chance. It's going to come down to the last minute. So you're going to have to execute. Don't turn it over. If you're failing foul the right guy. If you're wanting your late came stop wanted to perfection, but don't force it. You know, RT last year was a was a was a less experienced group amongst sure we would have been able to. Pulled out went out last year. We would have done some things, right and something's wrong and probably would ended up losing by five or seven. Chris Collins had that team ready ready. They defended they were aggressive offensively. They were going off the dribble and they shared the ball. So they really put a challenge to us. We had beaten Michigan at home ranks fifth, and they go on the road and beat Indiana. Which is a very difficult place to play. Now, you're playing northwestern at hallway team that you would be beaten down there without Tyler cook. A lot of people are thinking, well there's gonna win this game. Well, guess what you know Vick law and Ryan Taylor, Dirk par. Those guys along with coach Collins didn't want that to happen with a game plan. So it's that kind of game me Daryl the second half of the competencies for the conference tournament that will separate a team's ability to win those games. Advance versus others won't be able to do that. Great stuff. Coach listen were fellow boys. I was born in the keystone state myself reading Pennsylvania over there in Berks county. So you're a filling and. The player of the year from reading central Catholic hours eight or I was at Seattle. There you go and Andy Iskoe Thursday night co host here on sports, X radio graduated Penn. So we're always talking about that Penn team. And this is a pretty good coach in car have pretty good team. And of course, Dunphy with all those years there, and and you get a start there. But you played there then went onto Lehi, and you know, some good stuff, but I actually ended up because dad was from Brooklyn was from reading we ended up in north jersey over there in Fairfield county, not too far from Rutgers. And that's where the next game is. So it's a team that again teams have taken them lightly gone into Piscataway like Ohio State, and they get beat there. So you gotta be careful because this Rutgers team they've got a few players, and if they get your lulled to sleep for a little bit they can take care of business. Coach one game at a time cliche. I know the guys are feeling it, but hats off to your son, five assists. Last night doesn't always show up in the box score the way the Connor plays his game. He's a very unselfish player. And I was wondering who was more unselfish on the court. Fran mccaffery or Connor McCaffrey. What you know what I was a pass first point guard. Yes, that's what he is this year. He was always a a really good score in high school. What I would like you to score a little bit more. What he does is recognize? The fact, you know, we have we have Tyler cook Luca Garza Ryan Krieger are three post players. They could all score Joe camp Nichols bear played a wing spot with they can all score say loss, Jordan Bohannon. They could score. So he doesn't really have to score Eddie wants to make sure everybody eats it. And I love that about him. He's thinking the game all the time. And he's thinking how could we score? How can we win? He's not thinking about his own statistics. And you you love that quality about any individual. I was happy to see him step up and Wacker three last night. It was always a great three point shooter in highschool has you know, shot as many and it gets stuck with the ball the clock. Sometimes was numbers are way down there. But I think eventually you'll see him score a little bit more. But right now, he's distributing the ball. Like, you should any selfishness win games. I'm really proud of him. Yeah. I wonder sometimes too like you're saying if he's too unselfish maybe because you are you are the head coach, and he's that other young coach that's playing on the court right there. And he's navy sometimes passing shots that you'd like to take a knockdown because you know, what's in his repertoire. Absolutely. And that that will keep everybody honest. You want them to go over ball screens? You want them to be played him properly? Great job. You know, he's six six to twelve. So what he does is. If you give them space. He takes it. He'll he'll busted hard. It'll get malade you'll find people draw can help anyway. And he struggled up the whole people off kind of keep you on his hip a little bit. And and make the decision at the right time. Whether we're throw it to the corner will patrol back. We're pitching to the rim bouts pants inside or a throwback. Really does a great job bega decisions their coach, thank you so much. I know I always tell you. I'm gonna keep you ten twelve minutes. I keep the twenty five minutes. It's awesome. Coach great stuff. I love it, man. And we'll talk to you before the big ten tournament. God bless coach be safe. Take care of those kids, and it's real exciting year for Iowa Hawkeye basketball..

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"joe camp" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:45 min | 3 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Well, again, happy new year. Yes. It's two thousand nineteen and it's cold at least in much of the country and snowy at least in much of the country. And you might think well, our dogs are going to be fine up. Even if the cat guts outside the cat will be fine, maybe but not necessarily. So there are lots of dangers out there and a lot of problems that are absolutely preventable. According to Dr Heather who will be here from the American animal hospital association who will be here to talk about it. Also, a book about you think about becoming a dog trainer or your kids? How many of you have kids? All right. A show of hands. Please or pause. Very good. And how many of those kids say I want to be either a veterinarian or a dog trainer. I think ninety percent of girls say that at some point. And maybe eighty five percent of boys. Right. I mean, it seems that it's well do you really want to be a dog trainer? Well, Fernando Camacho wrote a book called. Getting paid to play with puppies. And it's his journey going from a variety of different professions to ultimately becoming a very successful dog trainer, and he talks about well what it's really like to be a dog trainer. Also, if you want your kid to be an executive when he or she grows up, I know the secret, and it has to do with growing up with pets. What is the prize that I would talk about that? Most of all as always I am here for you for your telephone calls. Eight six six five five four pets. Eight six six five five four seven three eight seven it is toll free. And again, I'll say that number because you write me periodically and say, Steve I catch the Email pet world at Steve Dale dot TV but not the phone number because you say it too fast. So it's eight six six five five four seven three eight seven got it. Right. So right. Patricia. How can I help you? Well, I been extremely worried about my little happy. We got two puppies when they were six weeks old fans, very loving, family, and brother and sister. Well, actually that we had two brothers till I took her to the vet. And they said, dear Frankie as a friend seen. We had a brother and sister. We due to unforeseen health problems and not doing our homework. We never had dogs. We found a really good home for our little girl. Okay. And I. We are a little boy. Has. It's been so well, let me ask you a couple of questions here. First of all, why did you give up? I'm just curious. The one dog. Well. Due to my age. It was too much for me. And I. Males problem. Okay. Yeah. I understand. Sure with two sure. So I'm glad you dealt with one. So here's what you can do. First of all how long is it that the one dog friends seen you said has been depressed? Well, it's Joey boy. Oh, I'm sorry. Okay. How long it's been three weeks today. All right. And how old is he? Six months July sixteenth and about what kind of. You know, you know, you've got the dates and times down what kind of dog is this. I kind of a Maltese terrier. He looks like Benji. Good. He may be in the movies that all right? So here's I'm fact, I'm going to a conference the guy Mr. bungee Joe camp, the guy who created law that he's the keynote speaker at the ACS conference kind of out your way, while not really it's an way southern California in San Diego. All right. So here's here's what you can do a play play play play play. So for your type of dog imagining a soft squeaky toy would be great just play with your dog. Do what your dog wants to do? And when your dog is sad or seem sad. Don't add to it by you acting Saturday giving inner giving tension that might be the best way to put it giving attention to your dog for being sad because you could reinforce those kinds of responses, which is the opposite of what you want to do. So I'm not saying you should totally ignore the dog if your dog is acting sad. Sure your dog talk to your dog. We however could reinforce emotions without us knowing about it what we can't reinforce. Course necessarily is anxiety. So if your dog is feeling some anxiety. Here's a way to deal with that. There's a product called adaptive it's a knockoff of a fair amount that helps to lessen anxiety just a little bit another another thing. You can ask your veterinarian about is called angst attain. A an X T A N E and that same thing L Theun, and it lowers anxiety just a little bit. It's a nutraceutical. So it's not a nutritional supplement. It's not a pharmaceutical at somewhere in the middle of all that both those things will help time will also help a bit. But it's been six months, I'm thinking, well, really, you know, it's been a while. So play play play do what your dog likes to do. Take your dog out for walks as much as you feel like it if you can and you can just sit in your chair and tossed a squeaky toy just go squeeze squeeze week. I wish I had one here. But just goes. Six weeks week with because I don't sound like one do I, but but you know, what they sound like dogs love it love it love it and and tossed that back and forth for a little while. And I think that in a two weeks less than that, even you'll be calling me back and saying everything is okay. Everything you've said it's been three weeks. But. Gets up in the morning, and is happy to see me and everything. But then he grabs I bought him a new bed. Bottom new toys. I I tried to distract him. And I know I've been very sad. And I try to hide that. But. She gets up in the morning or sometimes in the afternoon, grab this new toy. But it is mouth and roam around the house just whining and whimpering. And I all right. So one hundred things all at once your first of all the walking around with the toy and whining may not be sadness, some dogs walk around with toys and make these whining sounds it. Doesn't mean they're sad. In fact, quite the reverse is true. We don't know why they do it. It's the response that a lot of vocal dogs tend to do. So that if that's what's mostly going on that may have nothing to do with anything except for your dog will always wine when your dog walks around with ties, it's just something. I bet right now if I asked people whose dog does that instantly the pause go up in the crowd. That's one thing. Second of all. I thought you said six months, not even bins. It's barely been six days. Just a couple of weeks. So, you know time is kind of given a bit more time as well. Secondly, he's say you hide all this from your dog. Well, your sadness. I mean, well, you of can't do that very well unless you are who do you think is the greatest actress ever, maybe Bette Davis. I don't know. To sticking. I knew that. So you you're not as good as Betty Davis. And even Betty Davis probably couldn't hide stuff from her dogs. So it's tough to hide what we're really thinking and feeling from our dog. So the good news is if you're playing with your dog with one of those Wiki toys, you're having fun too. I maintain what I said give it a try and then call me back, and what you didn't try was the Fairmont product. I said adapt ask your veterinarian about angst attain and and try those two and encompass call me back in a couple of weeks. Let me know how it goes. Okay. You can find me on Facebook. I hope you do look for fan pages. If you're on Facebook, you know, how to do that under page.

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"joe camp" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"It was very very challenging. To your schedule. I have no idea what I was going to say, it's thirty days. Thank you. Everybody. So. Okay. So when okay so part of that part of that when you're making an independent when when you have no budget, the other thing that you don't have what you generally get a lot of in studio movies. You get builds. You get sets that are built, and you get stage a bunch of stage work, and you had no stage work, and I prefer practical locations. I would rather never build a single set. Yeah. I'm the I'm the same way, except they want you to because then they think that you're you're able shoot quicker, and I don't think that is a like an a space to speak to me and not me to speak to it. Because I feel like for me, I get much more from the location, but what I will say quickly is the independent idea to I've only shot on film Anamour film, every single movie except dumpling. So not only was my first independent. It was I it'll because digital visually makes my skin crawl. All I think it's ugly, and especially women of a certain age like I wanted to be beautiful. But it was here at the bay. I came I q in aid last year. I think the French film festival of Mr. and MRs Edelman, and it was the first I knew it was digital. But it was the first time I looked at the movie and said, okay, they they're so close like they did such an amazing job making this digital film looked like film. So when I hired my GP, Elliot Davis. I gave him the movie I said, this is this is what I'm looking for figure out the the, you know, the math how they put this whole thing together. And that's what he did. And for me. I look at the movie with very critical eye because digital just everything's so hard. I don't understand it. But. We worked really hard to try to make it look filming. So so I guess I would meet you you'd want spaces that you could actually put a lot of atmosphere, and we have a lot of MCI. We had like smoke. I don't give we had ghosts and scenes. Well, that leads me to another point like so you didn't have the opportunity because of either the schedule or because of the the budget to use your normal team. How did you go about selecting ended up because you are basically Creole on on this one? Didn't you have? Did you have anybody from your old team that used to working? Yes. I had my AD. Joe Joe camp and Susanna are script supervisor. I really wanted after the last movie I kinda wanted to just throw away everything that I've been doing and start anew. Let's do independent..

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"joe camp" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"He's dog's best friend and cats to welcome back to Deepdale Pat world, let's see one of the movies. There were several movies where we head on directors or creators of the film about dogs in two thousand eighteen was in more than one way the year the dog it really was the year of the dog, right? The Chinese year of the dog. But at the movie theaters, it was the year the dog we talked to the director of sergeant stubby. We talked to a couple of other folks from other movies, including this guy who began at all it really all started with Lassie. So he didn't he had nothing to do with Lassie. But after that, the big franchise was the Benji movies, right? You remember in the nineteen? What was it nineteen seventies into the nineteen eighties? Benji was the thing. I mean, there was Benji movie after Benji movie and ask Joe camp. How did he ever think of doing that? Now, we're Washington. The dishes after Disney show way back some forty five six seven years ago. And they chose some clips from the some of their animated films and lady in the cramp was always one of my favorite. We got into a discussion that night whether or not it would be possible to do that kind of movie with a real dog not wanting to talk or Rex Allen saying it LBJ thinking what a real a real dog struggling with a real adventure. And we finally walked into the corner and said, it's probably not possible without dialogue that night. I stayed up and our little dog whose name was bitchy Yorkshire terrier, and I was reading and I got to watching the dog responding to sirens down the street or a dog barking somewhere or something that I would do, and I wound up doing all kinds of crazy things get down on the floor and hovering in the corner. Like, I was afraid in this dog is looking at me. Like, are you nuts? And you can read that. And that's Diallo, man. So I got up the next morning at four o'clock before going to my real job and wrote the entire treatment in long longhand because I couldn't it was ca- fallen out so fast. I couldn't. And I took it and read to to Caroline. And let me read it myself. I said no way you can read this because it's just scribbling when I got through. It was a tear coming down out of her. I I got it. So we tried to sell it Hollywood as a treatment didn't want it. So we put a venture eventually they did wanted and the movie did like the anyone's as it was one of the biggest box office moves into the year. Wasn't it that first Benji movie variety said it was number three of the year? And that's after we set up our own distribution system because everybody in Hollywood it turned it down. So that was originally in what year nineteen seventy four seventy five. All right. So what we call our testing year. Okay. So nine hundred seventy four seventy five then follow everything TV specials. Benji Zan lunchboxes Benji is I'm bumper stickers. Benji? Everywhere, you know, and then at movie after movie after movie when was the last Benji movie what year two thousand four two thousand four now forward to today, your son, Brandon says I wanna do Benji again, I want to reboot. It. Are. You surprised that it's a hit all over again on Netflix. No. I'm not surprised. I am excited because you know, come on. How how great can it be for for pop up to be proud likes that kid wanted to do it in the start to start with and that he had absorbed enough and understood enough and have been hammered enough that me that he could take it out on his own put the deal together. Write the screenplay direct the movie and have net wanna use it as their lead in two family entertainment on worldwide and one hundred ninety two countries. All right. So that's amazing. How about from the perspective of the people are watching it. Are you surprised that that that it still holds up not only holds up? I have gotten numerous seen on Facebook and correspondences in Email whatnot. Who had said, you know, I think this is better than the personal response is just over Wyoming league love love love love. Well, that's what Benji is all about at the end of the day. And you know, what we need a little? All of that in our world right now. I think we you can find Benji.

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"joe camp" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:23 min | 3 years ago

"joe camp" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But on this show, we are looking at some of the best of two thousand eighteen two thousand eighteen was a big year for pets. There was a lot of news. And we I think covered at all. No, we covered more than all of it. So some of it on a serious side, the food and Drug administration said we have now concerns real concerns about some of the grain free diets, we spoke to the food and Drug administration about that. And about another concern that they have having to do with some of the flea and tick products. So we'll review those conversations because those concerns are actually I'm going to thousand eighteen was the fiftieth anniversary. The win feline foundation. If you have a cat pretty much everything we know about your cats health was once studied at least once funded by studies from the wind feline foundation, which is a not for profit organization. Celebrating fifty years we talked to Dr Susan little about it. You know, the Winfield feline foundation is the only organization that's solely lives there. They're so mission is the fund cat health. Studies only organization like that on the planet. Also is the year the dog at the movie theaters there were several movies out, and we've spoke to directors and producers and creators of those movies and one of them was Joe camp. You may not know his name, but you certainly know his movies. And in addition to that lots of announcements were made on this very radio show. You know, cats forever have been scratching and all the wrong places defined by us, not by the cats, and the response has been let's declaw those cats. Well, I am all for behavior. Modification? So you don't have to do that. I think personally declaws are barbaric. I mean, really you are amputating real take your finger. Bend your finger at the knuckle. You are amputating from there up on the cat. It is an elected amputation. Do we need to do that to our cats well as an alternative behavior modification works? But what if there is something better? Well, there is and veterinary behaviorist doctor. Valerie, tines made that announcement were so excited about having this new alternative that is clinically. Proven product that helps to draw cats from two they're scratching post and away from things that they are scratching inappropriate. All right. So let's walk through this. You need a scratching post you need a vertical scratching posts for this exam needed to go out and get this product. It's called feeless scratch F E L I scratch all one word. Now you've done that. What do you do? So the instructions are to lay your scratching post over on its side and stripe it with this liquid product. So it's important for people to note that this is a fair amount. That comes in a new form, right? Many people are used to familiar with our fairmont's that we diffuse or fairmont's that we spray. This product comes in a little sort of pipette, plastic pipette, and it is a liquid that you apply to the scratching. So you just put the post on inside. So you could apply it really convenience. And and you doesn't run off. Right. And. You in this little tube or pipe, Pat. You squeeze it. And a blue liquid comes out. You'll explain in a second. Why it's blue and also what's in this liquid? It's not all a drug. No, it's not at all. It is it does contain three different ingredients one being that theon in traditional semi. Oh, chemical or a copy of this Fairmont that cats produced from specialized glands between their toes so says yeah, scratch here. It's like a sign language that says scratch here. So when cat scratch up on anything if they're outdoors scratching on a tree trunk or indoors on hopefully, not but perhaps yourself they are depositing. What exactly how many people don't realize they are not only depositing this chemical, but they're also leaving visual markers? So the scratch itself is a visual marker. That says I was here this has a scratching place. So the the field scratch is a combination of three ingredient. So that it the blue dye draws cats from a distance to the post, they see the die. The Mark says that hopefully mimics that Mark the cat would leave. It has the I'm sorry. I'm very small percent of catnip in it. And that cat nap is what gets the cats interested when they get closer to investigate the post and once interested and investigating that increases the chance the cats are gonna perceive that fair amount. So when you first heard about this, and you read about it, you probably thought, I know you it's science it makes some sense, right? However, when you when you've actually seen this assume by now, you've seen it many multiple times. Are you even surprised I have to admit I am I have only worked for Steve for three years and as a behaviorist in the past. I've looked at all of the Fairmount studies. And some of them are great. Some of them aren't so great the research behind this product. I think it's very exciting. And they've been using real Europe heaven they've been using it in Europe for I believe since last spring. So it's relatively new there. But the research behind this product it's been going on for almost eight years. And so it's it's very compelling. And again now that I've actually been seeing this product in us out in the field talking. Veterinarians visiting veterinary clinics. It is very exciting to see how well it works. Is that if we as a result, we were not declawing as often, but often cats are given up the shelters because they're scratching where we don't want him to be. So this wolf save lives exactly destructive behaviors in the top five. Reasons that cats are relinquished to shelters. So I do believe this has the potential to not only save cat lives dramatically,.

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