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"joe walks" Discussed on Animal Radio
"The body. And so cannabidiol, CBD, we do have receptors in the nervous system. So we may be used for things like seizures, for pain, so that's kind of where this is coming from. And there's a lot of uses and animals. We just don't really know doses, safety, what you're buying on the shelf, if it is what they're saying it is, or even if it's the same in an animal versus what they may be looking at at a person. So a lot we don't know. You know, I get so many solicitations in my email every day about this. And I don't know if it's because I'm in the business, the pet business, or if everybody's just getting these kind of solicitations from manufacturers of CBD oils and supplements. Treats. Citrusy. The tree treats now. So it's crazy because I don't know if this is as legitimate as the Nigerian who wants to send me all of their life savings. I'm going to say it's a little bit higher up in the trustworthy scale. Oh it is. I would say it's kind of like you have a bag of 20 products. Which one's the right one? Which one's going to be efficacious? And which one's going to make your pet sick? And that's kind of where we don't really know where that all falls. Okay, I know they're doing research on this, not a lot yet, but they're starting to do research on this. And doctor Joe walks long. He's going to be joining us today. He is a professor. He teaches clinical nutrition in sports medicine and rehab. And he'll tell us exactly what he knows about the research that's been done on CBDs. And whether or not we should even give those a second thought yet. So that's on the way this hour right here on animal radio. Laurie from the newsroom. What are you working on? Well, I've been doing some early holiday gifting or searching for gifts online. Really? Yeah, you know, always looking for stuff for my pet loving friends. And I found something. I think y'all are really gonna like and it's pretty inexpensive too, but it will solve a common problem. Okay, I can not wait. Of course I'll start my shopping. Christmas Eve. That was a Christmas tradition with my dad when I was little shopping on Christmas Eve. Really? Which one should we go to, Judy? They're all ringing red hot. Line two? Fe Linda, how are you doing? Fine, how are you? Good, where are you today? I'm in Long Beach. Listening on what station do you list it on? I'm not really sure my husband doesn't legally blind. So he's the one that told me about it. What's up with you? What's going on? I have the doctor Debbie right here. Hi there. I have a rescue baby. His name is clever. He's a mixed colleague, and Pakistani. And I guess like 6 months after I brought him home, he started to bite his paws. And he would bite him until it looked like a machine chopping. You know, what up? And then it got to the point he started chewing his back end on his thighs and I've been taking these four now. I've been taking him to the vet every year. At least 6 times out of the year to get allergy shots. And I feel so bad for him. I heard for him because I have eczema, and I know how I feel. And I can't do anything for him. And when my husband heard yourself, he told me about I said, well, we're going to do something. And I promise clever, I was going to help him. All right. Well, very good. I like that, empowerment that you got there. Now, let me ask you, Linda, when he gets his steroid, I'm assuming that's a steroid shot he's getting, but the allergy shot. How does he respond afterwards? Does it help him? It used to. I just had him get a just had a shot Saturday, Friday. And obviously it didn't work. And I'm not really rich here. I saved my money up just for him. And I'm still over $10,000 just in four years on my baby. Oh my goodness, yeah. So a lot kind of depends how we approach this on what is going on in his skin surface if he's got hair loss, if he's got swords, if there's an odor, if there's other stuff going on. When he bites himself on the back end, he has this awful odor. And he scratches, and he gets a little clumps of hair out, even though he's shinning. But they're clumps. And he has had sports. He's even scratched the top of his head where he had a sore and they had to shave his hair all along. He's gorgeous, though he's the most unusual color. He has corn stoke spots all over his body and he's fighting. Well, so bad for him. I feel bad for any animal that has to go through this because I have one of those cones. And I have to sleep on it. I can't, you know, he's right here beside me now. And I have to threaten him with the calm. Uh oh. Okay, well, here we go, Linda. I'm going to give you some tips here. We're going to give you some ideas of things that we can try. Now, many of these things, you're going to have to go through your veterinarian to get the appropriate help. But there are some really common areas that we kind of miss sometimes when we assume a pet always has allergies and we try the steroid route or we try kind of just minimizing the doing what we can to stop the itch. There can actually be a lot of other things going on. And one of the big ones that I will do is I address fleas. And even if you're on a great flea product, sometimes just a single bite of a pet who is allergic to the saliva fleas can really send them over the edge. So sometimes we have to add in some of the oral products to do a quick kill on the fleas and use that in conjunction with your regular topical flea product. So that would be one. Then come forward to the tablet. Once a month. Okay, so that is one of those oral ones. So that's a great thing. Now, with that, you should also be following that up with some other form of a flea control. Because that is only going to be killing those adult fleas. Maybe lasting for the good month, but we want to use something else in conjunction with that. Amp up your fleet control there. Now, the other thing that I'll often do. And I like to do tests. I'm a veterinarian. We like to have proof for some of these things, but sometimes we don't always have maybe the finances to permit that. One simple thing you can ask your veterinarian to treat for are mange mites. They're microscopic mites that are very, very itchy, and they can actually occur in a pet that's been on chronic steroids. It can happen on its own on its own right as well. So with that, there's a different type of approach for mange mites, but see your veterinarian about that and ask them for treatment for that. Now, the next thing that really can complicate an itchy dog, whether it's allergies, or we have something like fleas, or we just have chronic skin disease, is going to be an infection. So we can get yeast and bacterial infections that kind of come around on the right, if you will, without disease skin. So a lot of times with all that scratching and all that itching, it creates an abnormal skin surface. So the dog can't defend itself against normal things. So bacteria and yeast, which are kind of normally on dog skin, they get an opportunity to take advantage. And they find that happy home in that abraded irritated skin. So a lot of times when I'm treating a pet with allergies, I need to also treat those infections. And again, a lot of times I like to check the skin to make sure we do or don't have those. But in some cases, if we're trying to streamline, I'll put a pet on a course of an anti yeast medicine and an antibiotic at the same time. Just to kind of cover our bases, treat for what could be there and see if that might help. Because I'll tell you, yeast infections in dog's skin are very common, very common with pets with allergies. And they are intensely itchy, and they're also stinky. So we want to make sure we do treat that possibility as well. And then from there, if you're not doing some kind of home therapy with medicated shampoos, when we're not all their medicated sample, I need a lot of skin so soft just to make sure that the spine is okay. Yeah. Yeah. And topical therapy can help. By itself, it's not going to do the soul trick, but it can be a nice relief, a little welcome in that itch cycle. Yes, maybe for a day or a couple days at the most. So a nice oatmeal bath would be something that I would certainly say his skin would welcome. To do that twice a week. And really, I think a lot of that is kind of going to your veterinarian and saying, hey, you know, I'd love to do everything you'd love me to do. But can we try some of these things? And maybe alleviate some of the other symptoms that might be going on. And, you know, see if that might kind of nip some of that scratch in the butt there for you. Okay. That sounds really good. I wish you lived near me. So. I wish I lived near the beach, too. Where are you? I practiced in Las Vegas. That's okay. I have a son that lives there, grandkids. I can come there any time and visit. There you go. We'll give your baby a pet on the head, they're Linda. Thank you so much for calling. So you guys have a website or email or Gmail? Yeah, we have animal radio dot com is our website. We're also on Facebook and animal radio. And if you have, if you're able to get an Android or iPhone app on your new tablet, you can download the
"joe walks" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"If you had to go back in time, you know, obviously we know that park is going to wind up in the WWE or signing with WWE in 2005. It's probably the trilogy with Samoa Joe and O four that put him on WWE's radar. Would that be fair to say? Absolutely fair to say. It puts the most show in the radar too. So they helped each other, because they had great chemistry, their matches were fought presented with logic and physicality. It was easier to suspend ones, disbelief, and the presentation, because the stylings that the punk and Joe exhibited. So it was an eye opener for everybody, but they had Samoa Joe and CM Punk had just in my humble opinion. There was no better wrestling in 2004. On anybody's ring, better than what we saw as fans from punk and Joe. So they do themselves both a great service and helped each other quite frankly and with it was a monumental matches. And it's sad that I think the DVD that they did on those cats was one of the bestsellers, not the bestseller that ring of our head had at least to date at that time. So yeah, that Samoa Joe marriage was great booking. And the talents obviously enjoyed working with each other. They were allowed the freedom to create and create in their own personal image and the way they felt, by the way, agent or a producer or a writer felt it was their ball game to manage. And I think given talents of that level that opportunity generally gives you the best chance to have a hell of a match and I'll keep her, so to speak. So I mentioned earlier you were one of the early definitive personalities in Ring of Honor. And there was a time period where that company looked like it was about to fall apart. And you and Samoa Joe walked into a ring in Dayton, Ohio. I needed a 60 minute match and the narrative. Yeah, it
"joe walks" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"All right guys. This is getting really bad. I don't know what's going on. My Internet's fine. I don't know, Discord is just having a day. You want to restart Discord? I'm going to restart Discord really quick, chat, you know, you're just going to hang out with me for a second here, because it's just getting unbearable at this point, right? You see at my desktop, I got persona for gold and still haven't properly beaten it yet. We're going to go here, we're going to go click this off. I know they're talking about sweet tooth. I'm excited for Will Arnett to do the voice as well. That's going to be really exciting. And just to have Samoa Joe walk around as well. Sorry, I'm going to do a hard reset on Discord and kind of like close it out in the background here. Yeah, it's going to be a fun time. I'm excited for Samoa Joe to just have fun on the set. Again, like blessing and I have been saying, you know, there's no way the show can fail. There's absolutely no, no way. You've got you got falcon from marvel and all that stuff. You've got. What was his name? Who's Sandman? Spider-Man three. He's going to be in it. That's probably going to be great. You know, chat. You know what I'm saying? Like it's going to be it's going to be a fun time. There's no way this show can fail, right? Blessing out a junior? Exactly right. Barry, I just want to say I'm so proud of you, because once you left, I started listening to the show on Twitch. And I assumed that you would just be silent. I don't want the podcast to be like this awkward thing, so that's why I kept going. That's why you pay you the medium bucks here, Barrett. Barrett, I can't win Imran. I can't wait to see when the twisted metal show comes out and if it's the masterpiece. But that day is just so far away. If I want to come out to mom grab shops today, we're going to look. All right, let me try this from memory. The official list of upcoming software across each and every platform is listed by the kind of funny.
"joe walks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"God use you to close your local abortion facility We're sidewalk advocates for life And we know they've probably got 200 local chapters in various states across the country Basically decided to kind of open up a new front in Florida Sidewalk advocates for life is based in Texas It calls itself Christ centered and cross denominational and shows more than half a $1 million in revenue in 2019 And I went down there a few months ago and specifically personally visited about 24 different abortion clinic sites for the purpose of advising the local actors there where they could stand where they couldn't stand Martin and the Thomas more society aren't just helping sidewalk advocates for life gear up They're also trying to ignite their own followers online You are in the right place for this important nationwide online event winning America's culture wars This was in March The host said about a thousand people were there and introduced what he called top Christian lawyers Martin was one of them Morton came and thank you so much for giving me He spoke from what looked like his home There's a stone wall and two small lanterns behind him Martin encouraged anti abortion activists to keep the pressure on This wound on our society that is abortion would have scabbed over and faded from the public consciousness years ago if not for the activists So we need to do more of that It worked for the last 50 years It'll work again But Katherine spiller says the past few decades of anti abortion activism have been dangerous for democracy Her group and several others filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court last fall They argued that if the court overturns roe as it now looks likely to do this will send the message that violence works We thought it was important to remind the court That in a democracy violence should not be allowed to work for political purposes And that this would be viewed by the violent wing of the anti abortion movement as having been successful in pressuring the court The amicus brief included a long list of anti abortion violence over more than 40 years including arsons bombings and 11 murders But Martin says that fears about deadly attacks are overblown There have been whatever you say dozen people shot or whatever I've never tried to do this but analogize it to just members of the public being being murdered by anybody I don't know that an abortion is at any greater risk really than the average Joe walking down the street.
"joe walks" Discussed on No Agenda
"This show. We've been yapping about climate change. How we're all going to die. Any minute any minute now. We should be flooded out by now. Taking longer than it should. Well, let's listen to the COVID COVID blather. COVID, I thought we were going to talk about cops. Instead of COVID substitute the word cop 26. This is all part of the same thing. I always cop 20 because you said COVID, I got you. I know I said COVID because I'm looking right at the word cop 26 and COVID right just comes right out of my mouth. It tells you something's up. So cop 26 blather NPR. More than a 120 world leaders will be on hand as British prime minister Boris Johnson presides over the formalities of the first day of the cop 26 summit. Britain is calling the gathering one of the world's last chances to keep alive the goal of limiting global warming. Last chance, chances. I actually have a follow. I have to follow up. You've got the follow up. Okay. This is the PBS version of the same report. Okay. 26 turned out around the world today ahead of a UN climate summit that starts Sunday in Glasgow, Scotland. In London, activists rallied in the financial district to protest fossil fuel investments traders also gathered in Tel Aviv. And other cities. And in Rome, the UN secretary general was pessimistic about the summit's outcomes. There is a serious risk that Glasgow will not deliver. Several recent climate announcements might leave the impression of a rosier picture. And fortunately, this is an illusion. We are still careening towards climate catastrophe. President Biden travels to Glasgow on Monday, he's called for cutting U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 from 2005 levels. In other developments, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed today to consider whether the federal government has the authority to curb carbon emissions from power plants. You know, this is very embarrassing for our president. As keys over there, trying to make deals save the world because we're all going to die. Putin didn't come. No one from none of the leaders from China, Brazil, Japan, India. They just sent their lackeys. And so Joe's walking around with his old man gay and his mask. And he's looking like a fool. These are the important players. They're not even showing up. I think that's why the UN guy secretary general made that little commentary. Thinking that's going to be a dud is what he said. I think it's a super dud. Well, Biden's there, Macron's there, I think. Boris is there. The most important person is there. I will read the headline from The Washington Post. Greta mania hits Glasgow as Swedish teenage mob upon arrival for cop 26 summit. Oh my goodness. This is so disgusting. And we saw them try to do this. They were trying to get Greta to be a little superstar with her dancing and a Rick astley crap. Let me see this video. Let me see if there's actual people yelling Greta. She's just being mobbed. Oh, they're walking her down the street. In Glasgow, this is a total PR moment. This is a manufactured child. Oh, goodness. This is like this is what you do with boy bands. This is how the same formula. Oh, look being mobbed being mobbed, bullcrap. Yeah, he's hired a bunch of people. Here's Prince Charles and bojo in the cop 26 promo video. You know how whenever they do these videos and they get a whole bunch of douche bags and they're going to clip them. Of course, the douche bags are in their own office or their own castle, they're never in the same place. So in order to have continuity, continuity throughout the video, let's give each person who were interviewing something to hold on, so it'll have continuity. Are you familiar with this trick? Oh yeah. So this time they chose a cup or something you hand it to the other. There's a lot of ways of doing it. This time they chose a blue globe. A blue glow that each of them is a glowing orb. That cause close to the heart of Prince Charles. This, his message to them. I'm old enough to have a grandson. Like you, he's learning how to climate change is causing the big storms and floods, the droughts, fires, and food shows, we're seeing around the world. I was his age, people had no idea about the damage that would do it. But by the time I was a teenager, I started to see that if we didn't stop polluting our planet, we would face a very dangerous featuring deed. This is why I've spent so much of my life trying to warm that we have to operate in ways which make nature thrive, not suffer. As world leaders prepare to meet for cop 26, these young people want action. Are you listening? Are you listening? Are you listening? Thank you all so much for sharing what you have to say. Your determination to tackle climate change and your high hopes for cop 26 couldn't be killed. If we don't slam on the brakes right now, we're gonna go right past the point where we're able to do anything about it. The stakes couldn't be higher Becky Johnson, Sky News. The stakes could not be higher. Bo Jo's latest quote, human civilization could collapse like the Roman Empire of climate change is not addressed. Was climate change, the reason why the Roman Empire collapsed? It was just mostly corruption. I thought it was coin clipping and other stuff. No, but it's going to collapse like the Roman Empire of climate change is not addressed. So do we deduce from that that there are corruption. One part of all of human civilization, which is one part. Was he talking about how all human being full of crap? This guy, I don't know what happened to him. Yeah. He was that hospital visit. Bad stuff. Bad juju. In your clip, I think it was the NPR clip they talked about the protest against investment in oil and fossil fuel companies. This is the ESG movement. Part of it, economic what other part is it then? This well, yeah, you can't even say fossil fuel. You don't qualify to be on a board. But what I heard was specifically protesting against investment in fossil fuel companies. That's the ESG movement. That's targeting the companies that hedge funds. How about not just hedge funds? How about retirement retirement funds? Actually makes money. Exactly. And was reported while was reported was the grilling that some of the oil executives got on the hill recently, which I didn't even know was happening. And tense moments on Capitol Hill as leaders from some of the world's biggest oil companies were grilled by House Democrats. CEOs. How can that be an ABC News.
"joe walks" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Last one. We gave hundreds of millions of dollars. Afghan schoolgirls could be educated Number two, Biden said he was taken down. An enemy fire in Afghanistan is really a snowstorm and not the interpreter, and the guy that saved his ass is still there and number three by nationally visited the border because yesterday when he was east Elmhurst. It's the biggest sanctuary community in United States of America and imported Washington second biggest community for illegal immigrants. All right. Thanks for calling Phil. Uh do we think that was the successful trip yesterday? I know Lester Holt made it look like it was a successful trip. But it did really did it really fool anybody. Joe walking around with that squint? Nodding, and I know they just want pictures of, you know, he's the coldest guy in real life and not the brightest guy, and whenever he meets anybody, if he's trying to, you know, pretend to have empathy. It's the same speech, you know. And my son, I lost my son, Beau and bold and he is this just reciting it to people and people walk away. Uh, a little shaken by his coldest. Remember The Godfather? Part two. He's Senator Gary. I intend to squeeze you. Carlos. Ladies. How are you? He's that guy Self. Uh and they see it when they're up close to him. Um, you know, a couple times. I remember sitting with him with some dinner on the dais, and when every search telling this story, I'd look at all the other senators and Guys known for years and behind his head. They're all rolling their eyes. Hmm. They all knew about him. Anyway. Let's go to, uh, Steve in white plains. Hey, Steve. Hey, Mark. Obviously, the November presidential election was stolen by the radical left. There are a lot of indications that California is in the process of cheating with this, uh Gavin Newsom thing coming up. Um, So you know, when I hear people like Monica Crowley and all these Republicans talking about how You know Americans are not going to forget. What Joe Biden did as president, and they're going to do well in the midterms. What's to say that we're not going to have the midterms stolen?.
"joe walks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wow. Just unbelievable. Twin sisters, Joy and Joe walk through the grounds strewn with toppled trees, building material and broken limbs. Those trees were small. They're gone and everything looks so different. The banners are black. They've lived on this rich alluvial soil beside the Mississippi River for generations, and they say they're enslaved Ancestors helped construct this Creole plantation house 230 years ago for a German planter and slave owner named Jean Jacques Heidel. As it happens, it was to this handsome, white columned manse. But the banner sisters and their parents, Harriet and William Flint last Sunday and then being back here and going through the experience of being in a hurricane in that house, and then literally, I mean that was a place of refuge. This really made me appreciate the skill, the craftsmanship of the unsaved people. They were not able to have this kind of house for their own protection when the hurricane will hit them. Whitney Plantation is not like the other historic plantations located along the famed River road that winds along the Mississippi. This acclaimed plantation museum was the first in America dedicated to the telling of the slave experience. Joy Banner, who lives a mile and a half away is communications director here. She unlocks the padlock and lets us into the dining room, which is furnished with elegant table settings from that era, he says, where we were for 17 hours. At one point, the wailing winds stopped and they saw the sun again and they thought the storm was over. But when the winds picked up again, they hurried back to the big house. The eye of Hurricane Ida was passing directly over the Whitney. But they were safe. You can feel that this is pretty, you know, thick plaster on brick that is used for the construction of the bottom portion of the house, which is where we stayed. Let me look at these walls. There are more than a foot thick, and this was built in 17 91. It's seen hurricanes before. It's seen Betsy. It seemed, um now it's seen Ida her sister Jo, so ironic to run to the big house. You know, I never imagined as a descendant of the enslaved. That will be running to this house. The big house at the Whitney Plantation is considered one of the finest examples of decorated wood architecture along River Road. In one room, you can still see the initials of the mistress in H monogrammed on the ceiling of the parlor. Again Joy Banner. As much security and safety as a house provided there's still a sense of you don't belong here like the House is not for you. Ida caused extensive damage on the Whitney plantation. The original slave cabin stood but to sharecropper cabins that were brought onto the property were flattened. The ancient oak trees lost a lot of limbs, but they survived. Pigeon roosting houses are okay. The stately whitewashed Antioch Baptist Church, which was built by emancipated slaves and moved here from across the river in 1999, was also heavily damaged. The banner sisters. Mother, Harriet says she'll never forget the day of the storm. It was just so loud and it sounds.
"joe walks" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Are cleaning up and trying to put the put their lives back together. Now when Gulf Coast residents decide not to evacuate ahead of a big storm. They then asked themselves. Where do I want to write it out? NPR's John Burnett has the story of one family that found safety in an unlikely structure. When the banner family sought shelter from the storm. They looked for the sturdiest building in the tiny community of Wallace, Louisiana, So they decided to ride out Ida in the big house on the Whitney Plantation. Oh, wow. It's just unbelievably twin Sisters, Joy and Joe walk through the grounds strewn with toppled trees, building material and broken limbs. Those trees were snapped. It's on everything looks so different. The banners are black. They've lived on this rich alluvial soil beside the Mississippi River for generations, and they say they're enslaved. Ancestors helped construct this Creole plant in house 230 years ago for a German planner and slave owner named John Djaq Heidel. As it happens, it was to this handsome white column demands that the banner actors and their parents, Herriot and William Flit last Sunday and just being back here and going through the experience of being in a hurricane in that house, and then literally, I mean, that was a place of refuge. This really made me appreciate the skills, the craftsmanship of the unsaved people. They were not able to have this kind. The hurricane would hit them. Whitney Plantation is not like the other historic plantations located along the famed River road that winds along the Mississippi, this acclaimed plantation museum was the first in America dedicated to the telling of the slave experience. Joy Banner, who lives a mile and a half away is communications director here. She unlocks the padlock and lets us into the dining room, which is furnished with elegant table settings from that era. This is where we were for $17. At one point, the wailing winds stopped and they saw the sun again and they thought the storm was over. But when the winds picked up again, they hurried back to the big house. The eye of Hurricane Ida was passing directly over the Whitney, but they were safe. You can feel that this is pretty You know, thick plaster on brick that is used for the construction of the bottom portion of the house, which is where we stayed. Look at these walls. There are more than a foot thick and this is built in 17 91. It's seeing hurricanes before it seemed Betsy. It's seen, um now it's seen Ida her sister Jo, so ironic to run to the big house. You know, I never imagined as a descendant of.
"joe walks" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"This week there is a scheduling conflict butts. Hopefully me and joe can steady the ship and keep it going this week for us. How are you judge all good times yet. i'll get them so gert. Good okay on very good. We're excited sweet. So this is a first week normally half eight. there then bounces more than two now. We go live on instagram. We are now switching and we rely on tip. Take talk talk cater. Take talk to see how that goes off. Jose unschooled inspiration nation. And you can follow us on top followed yoga in daily video wheel. Well over a thousand and seeing what's going on and of course you can follow this show across platforms at listen to i. Listen t. o. N. right joe walk. All we talked about this week. Because i think he is. Your subjects for subject is during the things that you hide. I sorry this is the thing that i got idea as again from the Who is a therapist cheese counts. Cbt's mitch to given credit therapy tonight is But he's about you know she come up with the come up with this therapy to help people get that believes recognizing lisa. Hold them back. While the battleships talkin bout list issues talking about the people who have membership to the successful table club do the things i hate thus like like get things out the white bus For one of my things is is a hike gun. The girls getting up in the morning..
"joe walks" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"It got even stronger after the passing. Blend brenner who was a mutual friend. Joe would take me to lunch. we talk about. He'd always asked me about how i'm doing my dating. He wanted me to get married so athlete find the right girl and so he was concerned and i ate at a training camp he would. He would invite me into their prayer meetings stuff to to. I saw stuff that most people don't get to see it and it was really just i i i love the guy i just respect the hell out of so yesterday on the podcast Rich melot passed away. You know that And tommy and i were talking about rich. Melot and dan dailey. Who covered the team for the star in the post or whatever papers he worked for had tweeted out that rich melot had the most sacks ever in a playoff game for the franchisee at three and a half seven thousand in a playoff game against the bears in nineteen eighty. Four to which. I said you know i remember that game very much. They had beaten the cardinals to win the division they were hosting the forty niners. Were playing a game and then they they were going to host the nfc championship game. The following following week in the forty niners really wanted to wanted it to be washington because they wanted to get revenge for the year before 'cause they felt they got robbed in that game anyway. I said there's another story about that. Game that i remember and i don't remember all of the details which you just shed light on and i said but they were practising the shotgun and someone him about the shotgun. I forgot it was you. I totally forgot. It was you and i said and i remember how upset he was an eye. Joe thighs men got sacked bear defense. Which was the year before the eighty five bears but it was the same defense. He got sacked in that game seven times and they lost at home. And i'm not sure if they ran the shotgun or not i forget if do or not i think he i think he ditched it because of your question in any expectation but that is that's so funny you know when i was working the kicker let me just give you the kicker so he last me for this okay now i go back to the tv station and we always watch the other guys on. Obviously so i'm watching. Six o'clock in franco is on channel. Seven and i'm praying to god. Nobody says anything. Like this and frank closes and sports guys by saying redskins and bears this weekend and don't be surprised if washington uses the shotgun for make it and clean. Please don't let him have heard this. You know as you were talking when i worked for you for those couple of years I pissed joe off one day on. Never forget oh yeah. i'll never forget. It was right before there were rumors. Flying around that jay schrader was going to be traded. And how unhappy he was. And i think he was charlie dayton at the time. It may have been the other charlie. Whose name escapes me. Charlie charlie tenor. What one of the two. I can't remember who it was. But before joe meant it was that training camp In carlisle and before joe met with all of us i was a reporter. I was out there getting all the sound for the show that night. They came over and they said do not bring up. Jay schrader at all with coach. So you know you know me. I looked around. And i'm like well that's what everybody wants to know about for. And that's what you know. Buck and earning expect me or someone to have a reaction from show a touch trader so i sat there and no one asked about it and then i just said coach. Do you have a reaction to all of the discussion. Rumors that jay schrader might be on his way out of here and he just stared at me for like he was so pissed. And charlie charlie dayton turn around and go puts his arms up in the air and then he said i. I don't know what you're talking about. And then charlie grabbed me and it was a great reaction because it was like five to ten seconds of just staring at me and then he said something like i don't know i don't know what you're talking about and i brought it back and charlie was really upset but i remember you earn saying no. No no. we're going to run this. We're running this on the show tonight and by the way good job good job you can ask the right question at the wrong time. I remember when i asked mark rippin after at Redken park after a game that they lost. I think the giants and i said you know. At what time do you think the coach should pull the starting quarterback. He was starting quarterback and he got really mad. They gave a short answer and he walked away and we were pretty good friends. I think even that day He kinda clear the air. We've been really close friends. Ever since then was. When i had the joe gibbs retiring story when it broke that story when everybody eventually came back to redskin park because the cat was out of the bag and would they held a two o'clock press conference. I'm standing at the top of. What was their theater where they had all the their announcements at redskins park. And i looked down joe walks in and he looks up at me and it looks could kill. I wouldn't be here right now. He just gave me that. Look at discuss shoka. You said like you know you had you had to break that story And that's what that was. Yeah i mean. I most of you probably know but buck in march of nineteen ninety three broke the news. The joe gibbs was going to retire for the first time. No one else had it and you can tell the story. Real quickly are as much as you want. I mean we'll. We'll do that thirty year anniversary in two years from now in march of twenty twenty. Three were. I would guess that your single biggest breaking story you know that you had no one else had.
"joe walks" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Wondering here's what biden it said. How would you assess. Nears governor determines personal behavior. What he's done as governor down helmet job a hell of a job and a i mean both everything from access to voting to infrastructure a whole range of things. That's why i said you really saved. he's done. He's accused of sexually caressing on. The question is did he do a good job and infrastructure. I was crushed. He did no. The question was correctly farmer. Governor-general avenue generally obviously outside. I okay. I was asked a specific question right here on this other issues. We have derek. Connor hosts thera- on our podcast author of the book outrage And it's about how liberal mob ruined science and journalism. That's pretty obvious by the way. Carol roth back with us also entrepreneur host of her own. Podcast the raf affect author of the war on small business A lot of news on the economy. We want to get into with carol today derek. What's your reaction to joe's walk back of. He did a hell of a job. Thanks for having me sean. It's it's hilarious. It's like saying you know charlie. Manson ran a really tight. Commune and it was really wonderful. Place if you just look past the kate. Lo bianco murders published in a certain analogies people. Come up with damn. Why didn't i think of that. That's you know he. He really didn't do a hell of a job. Either just to be blunt. But putting that aside and i thought they look i even thought gave props the kaitlan collins for following up saying. Excuse me what did you say No yeah cnn. She'd probably going to have some awkward moments around the water cooler for the next couple of days because she dared accidentally but still do some random journalism. And that's not allowed over it teams random journalism a rare moment of objectivity okay not bad either Carol your tech. We'll i the most important questions sean is. Does he get to keep the emmy. That's the one thing on everybody's mind for the hell of a job that he did. Does he get to keep that. At the end of the day. I think he did do a hell of a job. But hell is not a good word in my opinion when you think about killing thousands of elderly by edict when you think about covering that up when you think about murdering thousands of small businesses. That's a hell of a job in one that people should have been at his throat for but he got a pet he got a right a leadership book he got that emmy and now you can do all of that and have no accountability but now this is the thing that brings him down. That is so incredibly outrageous And in my opinion this at a hell of a job if we have equal justice equal application of laws. This is the beginning. Not the end. Problem is derek. As i don't believe that exists any longer in america I can give you example. After example my audiences well versed in it. Because i said it so often i sadly say that this country does not apply laws equally. The most obvious example would be roger stone lying to congress process. Crime thirty guys tactical gear predawn raid guns drawn. Cnn fake news cameras just happened to be there over lying to congress. And then the referral. Michael horowitz the inspector general his report in referrals for top. Fbi officials not rank and file top officials lying to congress No predawn raids. No guns drawn no fake news. Cnn cameras for anybody. They got big. contracts book. deals and tv deals. Well you know. I don't you remember the early morning raid of eric holder's house on his charge of contempt of congress. Oh yeah right. That didn't happen. He laughed about that. It's it's different when democrats do that. The and the forensic their name. Sean isn't really a d. If you look at it under a jeweler's loop at the shield and it protects them from everything and anything it is. I would say they're double standards. But can you have double standards when one set has standards and the other side has no standards. That's the way that the democrats rule. This is the way that society's have collapsed. It has rules for you and not for me. And sadly fifty percent of the american public seems to be okay with that. We're sitting around what year. Five of the durham remorse. We're waiting that thing and we're sitting there going. We still hold out. Hope for justice. I i i don't hold out hope for justice because the people who decide what justice is aren't interested in anything other than making sure that their friends are taken care of and that their saturday night cocktail receptions. Invitations are in the mail in time. Said carol your your. Your wheelhouse is the economy. Let me let me run some things by you because we now have six hundred billion already. Spent new green down payments. Then you got this idiotic. Republicans can be so feckless weak visionless and just willing dupes at times Dumb to go along with the one point two trillion non-infrastructure infrastructure. Bill the bipartisan bill And took schumer was very clear following it up with the three point five trillion. Now you know now. We're getting close to five trillion dollars in new green deal down payments and you know in the long run. What what do we see. As a result of these policies the the highest inflation. We've seen in fifteen years. You know if you want to rent a car you're paying seventy three percent more gases up you know now about a buck. Thirty a gallon nationwide That costs more for everything. That's delivered to every store. Every product we buy in every grocery store every home depot every lows every right aid every cvs walgreens etc We now know that hotel prices are way up used car. Prices are through the roof. You can't even get a new car. Many cases they can't get the parts because people are still being paid monies for not working Add to that. The higher costs for meat. Moving If you wanna buy any appliances Even clothing utilities Were pay more for everything that you buy That's called inflation and it's only gonna get worse and gas prices are only gonna get higher and now they sneak in a mileage tax test. Well that's gonna raise prices on on on every american for everything but they're telling us that if you don't make over four hundred thousand dollars a year you're not getting a tax increase. That's not true. That's what they always they right that we're going to tax the rich but if you took all the money that the rich head and you you took it away from them that would fund the government for like a handful of months. Let alone this new spending. And this is the central planning nightmare that we're living the one piece that stood out to be in that very long laundry list that we could spend hours talking about. Is the gas piece. I mean the. Us had voltage into position where we were the leading oil producer. Then we have this wonderful administration coming out canceling oil leases killing a pipeline and then putting out a piece today where they're begging the opec cartel to produce more oil. I mean it's like bizarro.
"joe walks" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"That's who show him. Filling in for today might taking care of family. Things like refrain for a rooting for a texan them. Send them our best wishes for sun and all so we're just holding down the fort. The boss returns tomorrow the morning. Show here in houston on our salem. Radio station called. Am ten seventy the answer and we know very well about the invasion of the criminal immigrant. over a million have come in broken in with the green light from the people who control joe biden. Because joke joe's walking around the white house right now holding up a banana going. No really what no. And they're like joe that's been put it down. So the people control him have just. Ill will towards our beautiful country and our judeo christian fabric. And while they're telling you you can't go into a restaurant unless you have a mask. On the invasion of criminal immigrants is bringing the wu han by the truckload. keeping track of. It is a great friend of our show in houston. He's part of the breitbart family at breitbart dot com bob price Keeps an eye on texas and the border fob. Welcome to the mike gallagher. Show our you buddy morning. It's great to be back in texas after a weekend. Beautiful north carolina who bring it back baby all right so. Nbc finally writes finally writes that the criminal immigrant invasion. They're bringing the wuhan with us. Bob price the numbers are staggering. You by and i'll give you props because you've been talking about this for a while show in houston tele miracle about it. Well you know the fascinating thing about this. The nbc report got a hold of a leaked document. A presidential briefing documents about the crisis going on at the border. Where twenty percent of migrant families that are being released by border patrol into south texas communities are testing positive for the covent corona virus. Pandemic diseases going on twenty five percent of the of the children that are being released are also testing positive for kobe. And yet this briefing. On such a critical issue of cova being imported into the united states wasn't scheduled to be delivered to president biden until next thursday right. Well i mean with bob. What's the hurry. The invasion of criminal immigrant with their wuhan han It can wait a couple of days right. Yeah so big deal. It's only if you take those numbers. Those percentages by the way are just in the rio grande valley sector coming across the border. If you take that extrapolated across to the two hundred thousand migrants across the border in june july according to official reports from c. vp. At this point. That's about forty eight thousand people that could be coming into this country. Coveted seeds that are being scattered across the nation by by the biden administration. Say that again bob. Price of breitbart. On the mike gallagher show from the atlantic to the pacific and every part between give america those numbers again which gives in houston so that they can really really absorb it say again by price. Twenty percent of migrant families twenty five percent of migrant children extrapolate that to the two hundred thousand migrants. That are crossing the border illegally. And that is you know. That's turn joe biden into. Johnny appleseed is the covert thing just scattering cova seeds across this nation. In fact i imagine forty thousand people being with kovin by forty thousand people with tova being imported into every community and the majority of those are coming into south texas. Gosh i know you need a stiff drink after that. And now you know. America listening to the mike gallagher. Show why the news stations the corrupt struggling the locations in the nationals have clamped down and found this story in the trash can until what was it yesterday. When did the mdc story break yesterday. But you've been on this. Because if people knew bob price of people knew about the illegal immigrant invasion and the wuhan coming in and the fact that their kids have to wear master. They can't go to restaurants and movie theaters. They be flipping out in the streets by price. Yeah any person that flies into this country legally required now to have have a Kelvin vaccine when we flew from from north carolina back to texas. We were required to wear a mask. When we went into the federal buildings along the blue ridge parkway we were required to wear a mask and yet these people are coming across the border. No vaccine no cova test. No anything and no masks until they get here. Border patrol goes on once and then border patrol dot by the way doesn't even test them. That's the border patrol stations. They're not tested until they're released from border patrol custody and now there's so many people being held ended border patrols attention facilities that they don't have room for any more so as the aclu you said this weekend or yesterday. Actually the aclu said the biden administration actually pin in these people under an outdoor detention area under the bridge in mission texas. The bridge that goes from from reynosa mexico into the united states. There being ten like cattle in inhumane. 'cause this is the worst of the the left wing. Aclu says the buys administration is inhumanely tending these people into these facilities. It's amazing how also silent earlier about price and breitbart. Joining me on the mike gallagher show. I'm sam malone and the numbers we have about the invasion. Those are the ones that the border patrol gats bob spin on top of it along the border especially in the rio grande valley sector in that the cartels which are totally in control will send people towards border patrol. The border patrol we amnesty while what about third about thirty percent more are not caught coming in the other direction. Bob explain.
The Invasion of the Criminal Immigrant
"We know very well about the invasion of the criminal immigrant. over a million have come in broken in with the green light from the people who control joe biden. Because joke joe's walking around the white house right now holding up a banana going. No really what no. And they're like joe that's been put it down. So the people control him have just. Ill will towards our beautiful country and our judeo christian fabric. And while they're telling you you can't go into a restaurant unless you have a mask. On the invasion of criminal immigrants is bringing the wu han by the truckload. keeping track of. It is a great friend of our show in houston. He's part of the breitbart family at breitbart dot com bob price Keeps an eye on texas and the border fob. Welcome to the mike gallagher. Show our you buddy morning. It's great to be back in texas after a weekend. Beautiful north carolina who bring it back baby all right so. Nbc finally writes finally writes that the criminal immigrant invasion. They're bringing the wuhan with us. Bob price the numbers are staggering. You by and i'll give you props because you've been talking about this for a while show in houston tele miracle about it. Well you know the fascinating thing about this. The nbc report got a hold of a leaked document. A presidential briefing documents about the crisis going on at the border. Where twenty percent of migrant families that are being released by border patrol into south texas communities are testing positive for the covent corona virus. Pandemic diseases going on twenty five percent of the of the children that are being released are also testing positive for kobe. And yet this briefing. On such a critical issue of cova being imported into the united states wasn't scheduled to be delivered to president biden until next thursday right. Well i mean with bob. What's the hurry. The invasion of criminal immigrant with their wuhan han It can wait a couple of days
"joe walks" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon
"George michael cousin. I know i a feel. Hey maybe hells polling. George george michael yes. It's gone pretty good. It's it's kind of nice being in the states again. It's been a little while. Yeah it's good to see you again. It's been a while. how are you doing. You still wanna banned. Yeah still in the same line scrape to see you nice. you know. we didn't break up yet or anything. 'cause we're together house scott or what was. His name was his name. Scott jeff you. His name yeah. He's doing good. He's doing good. Yeah he's doing good but i'm doing good. I'm doing great good. Yeah it's good to hear. yeah. I liked your hair. Looks good. can't really see it because of the park. But i know that it looks good so good to see you again look great. It's good to see you too. Where's the food ginette. Did you do any of your traits. I'm sure you did i. I probably do deceptive vengeful vengeful. Blase clever board. And i did use one of my words used the secret word at least one at least one. Oh my well yeah tell us how many us because i used one for sure one. That was planned. I don't know if i said okay. Well say the ones you know of. And you get three tokens. Then i have to say no. No no no. No no okay okay. I just have to tell us how many now. And if he's a problem with our our sort of Long form Newness to this. I'll say at this point. Ginette said she used to see your words. She would have to repeat her sentence. this is going to be almost impossible so can because that's why i said like i used the i probably said some of the others but this one was playing. Okay well if you can say the sentence that Ordinate see you came back now. I have a written here. Okay so my my movie. Pitch is space wizards fighting for supremacy of the universe. I call it lizard space battles so good luck with that. Wow no that was. That was so now. That genet- has finished her sentence. And when got her tokens we can attempt skews me. We can attempt to discern which word was secret. No no she can. Now try to guess someone else's secret because it's her turn. We're all supposed to take notes right see. Here's the thing. Genetic elsa set a secret word yet. So you don't have to worry about. Okay okay yeah. I didn't think so. But oh and if somebody so if someone makes a guest your secret words you do have to and they guess one of them you have to say when they guest you do have to reveal that point if someone guesses the word you tell them you have to say exactly which one guest. Okay leaves bias. Few k. it's it's it's my turn. it's my turn. Y'all so tobias fashionably late as always now that you is successful in the door He's wearing like a one of those like bluetooth headsets. And he's on the phone with his With his producer Dr phil county. Who was the marriage counselor from that episode. Play by bob odenkirk. And he's saying he's saying well. If worse comes to worse we'll just have to get some headshots. Headshots is too violent. Let's just call them heads anyway. I want those heads in my lap by monday. And then he presses little button on on his on his ear and he says hello. Blue family tobias good to see you. Joe walks up an accidentally slaps him in the side of the head. Try the classmates shoulder. Oh hey well well. Of course joe joe i Beginning your letter imported. I'm sorry i never wrote back. I didn't want michael say hello to buy hanes tobias. How is your television program going. I feel like like. I'm a new man you know i'm no longer never nude i. I came out as gay two years ago as you may have heard. I'm just going to rehash all of this and you. You have a just a golden tan. Yeah we get a lot of sun out there in phoenix Not alleged trees to give a shade out there. What are you wearing their michael. What do you what kind of clothes you wear these these days. You'll have to describe them to me out loud for some reason. I'm wearing a forty eight thousand dollar suits does. It have doesn't have a vest come. On course it has this joe flips his his best open and several plates flying anyway. Well that's my sentence I did use several of my secret words so i will re say of the condensed version of the sentence. He says on the phone with dr phil doctor dr phil dr phil gundy If worse comes to worse we'll just have to get some headshots. No headshots violent. Let's just call them heads. I want those heads in my lap by monday and then He proclaims that he's been he chemo's gay two years ago that he has a new show in the show is going great and he has no longer and never nude and then he looked and saw ask the people what they were wearing and asked if joe was wearing a vest so.
"joe walks" Discussed on The Black Ones
"One sided podcast. Just remember. don't ever take me serious. It's comedy now what's up. what's up. Joe walk up the puck wounds. Oh you'll have a bus bus week. I knew. I sure. Just got back vegas yup. Yup ship was crazy gambling. Hoover dam all types of acres. Shit hanging out strip. You know how it is. She went to hot though. We got lucky. Miss donna shit. It stayed under three digits but one day and it rained eight shit. It rained in vegas. You'd never seen in fakers. You'd never rains in vegas. Yeah if in vegas folks but it's all good back now but anyway she all thank you for listening toning in subscribing sharing all that chip appreciate it but this scalpers yell was up high..
"joe walks" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy
"Correct dot opinions follow. Dm send your profiles. We're gonna bring them up next week and just a rough stack you and maybe maybe some of our favorite roasters. Maybe maybe we hit him up. Get their say. Hey walk us through this. Yeah we need to know what this means. We need to know the context of this picture. You might get on an episode but also know that you're opening yourself up to our thoughts and the internet so send a full senate. That's gonna be exciting since you're dating profiles. I got something for you. Train and for you derek. This week which royals game with a friend who is somewhat outta town was a little ways away and we were just talking. We're catching up. And i'm kind of sharing about stuff. I throw the named eric because wait. Is this the same hold on. What's his instrument like. What's his company called. We cross reference goes dude. He made a me middle to call me fatso. Yeah i know that name. No my buddy is a youth pastor like works with a high school closely and he goes. Yeah he made a video for the high school. That i work with and i was like dude. That's pretty cool. Because yeah it was kind of interesting that and i don't know derek if you know the context of this Whatever of this story. But the day before derek was supposed to go and fill this height video. They're like best player. The senior on their basketball team got kicked off the team for smoking. Marijuana kicked off the team or sasha's quit anymore valentim got trouble whatever. So it's this big thing that's already like kind of a weird vibe like no we gotta film this hype video like the next day. We just lost our best player. He he thought we said hi video and it was this whole thing. We know did not hold here then. All right fine. I'll go do high various. So my buddy joel. I guess goes into the locker room. He was there for some reason to help out with a high video goes in there derek. Starting in they're getting nations will no public school joel. So just guessed he goes in there. They're getting ready to accept the fog machines. Pumpkin like it's gonna look in the locker room. Joe walks and he goes dude like i thought we kicked kicked his kicked him off the boxing..
"joe walks" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"We were at five thousand one hundred and one downloads. So we've gone from five thousand about a week ago. We've had over one hundred what we've had around a hundred damage in last few days. Which is phenomenal right. Shift chopped off just a bit with that. That's that's amazing. Did you think that we would be in this stage twelve months ago when we started and did that i won. Probably i thought nobody's going to want to listen to us for flynn up but they do said thank you listeners. We love to gain and it was great. Last week we interviewed. Amanda amanda johnson. Who's coming back. By the time you hear this you would have heard that upset because that was exit. Fifty two which was and you know celebrating birthday present. And so it's it's really great to be continuing said joe walk you. We were just chatting. We came on air. You can quite busy you yet at things have been really really busy just lately I was saying earlier that over a period of time this networking and the nicanor the marketing. I've upped my game on my social media. An all of this stuff her spain going on and there have been case where you think. Oh it's not happening. it's not happening. it's not happening. And then all of a sudden in the space of a couple of weeks so much stuff has come in that spain you know really really basically From a work perspective on top of the other stuff that goes on in life so it's been really positive and gm. yeah. I'm sort of in the process of going to have some conversations about some freelance j.j. Protection officer work which will be quite interesting as well. So how about you shelly. Yes well. It's been quite busy for for the last couple of weeks since we lost jackson and i've got i'm doing workshop this week. Today is april the twenty eight th listeners as we record this and tomorrow april twenty nine. I'm running a workshop for miss jones virtual summit which is if i say so myself gained be quite excellent and amazing for those attending a joking aside up being preparing bats been costly to recognize. That's gonna be ah delivered via zoom so much teams but via zoom. So that's quite interesting. I got to cameras set up now in my two monitors and he's a bit like a bit like the topics here. If i could show you what my desk look like But yes i'm busy with that. I starting next week with ten sections of delivery for my has inclined on my teams. I've had another inquiry about teens training of love to of come.
"joe walks" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"Know. I can't look at for us network. Probably like a negative seven. She's at it too. Think that one of the first things you learn is funny yourself. Belgrade's you so. Have you do that a lot. I does okay here. Our show is the mindless morning show. So that's in the name that we're not expected to be the most brilliant head so in the book. I also write a lot about you. Know mistakes. people make who trying to viewers you know and how to dress a lot of people make mistakes even today. Even some of the big stock watch on. Tv they wear ties all kinds of checks and plaids. And it's dancing all over the place So i put you know some advice over things that i've learned the Like my mentor. Gave me some advice early on easter. No matter what you do in an interview never let them just wet. And i didn't know what he meant. But i do now. That's that's good advice. You know you're going to have tough questions occasionally a give you an example. I just had rita coolidge. Another famous singer was married to chris. Stop synon- joe and it was a great interview. But i have to ask her about. His sister was murdered by her. Husband is an internal gun on himself and almost every ill on a dog are important to ask but you know when and how you ask them can make the break your interview. Yeah and that's a good example of never. Let them see you sweat if you sense that the person is really doesn't want to respond or is uncomfortable with it you know. It's a skill set and not make them feel uncomfortable and want to the next question and if they do want to answer it you know. Try to make them feel like good good about sharing that with us. Yeah like like a psych like what we usually. We have a list of questions and we don't hit everyone but sometimes depending on how the mood is. We'll circle back to it if we're all laughing and we got something really silly to ask. We'll circle back and then ask some dumb and like christopher plummer he just passed. It passed away a week ago. Right but i he was in the sound of music made his career but i know he hates that movie. But how can i. When i asked the music blah blah. He said i hate that. That movie next question. I that's okay but you smile you laugh and you go onto the next question you know that was but i had to ask it and i kind of knew what the response was going to be so out of this mass amount of interviews that you done. I mean you're bad to have like a favorite in a worse. Yes i do. I i have no. I don't have one favorite. I have may be an in the book. I have my top ten in the book. Okay excellent but i'm gonna guess twenty fakes And my i do have a worse But one of my favorites was joe montana. You know the football quarterback to tell you the truth. I remember nothing about the inter- excellent what was what happened before the interview out we had to go to new jersey dancer. View him in his hotel suite. They come out will be full and he will be here at five thirty great. We get there at four thirty accepted. Sound the lights and they put out a beautiful spread for. I said this a classy operation called cuts potato salad. You name it shrimp cocktail as these guys being this right so joe walks five thirty and i see his manager. Give me the finger like this. Oh my god is going to give me the parameters. Ask ask now and he brings into the corner. He looks me right behind. Me said who joe's dinner food is. All i but like a kid with his hand in the cookie jar. You know i remember.
Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine study paused due to illness
"Vaccine trial is paused this time by a U. S company. Johnson and Johnson study has 60,000 patients and it's been paused because of an unexplained illness and one of them. Joe Walk, is the company CFO and executive vice president and says illnesses are to be expected in clinical trials. It should really reassure the public that All scientific, medical and ethical protocols are being followed to the utmost degree. It was on mornings with Maria today on the Fox Business Network were still on the timeline for first quarter next year for potential approval on we're gonna let the science dictate how we proceed. Final stage testing of a drug made by AstraZeneca is also on hold is health officials investigative patient illness in that trial boxes?
Attention Capital's Joe Marchese on the crisis - and opportunity - in how we measure eyeballs on the internet
"Welcome to the digital podcast Brian. Marcy this week I'm joined by Joe. Marquel JOE is the former Fox executive who is now the CEO of attention capital an investment firm and operating company. That's focused on those media. Companies THAT CAPTURE ATTENTION. Attention is required. One property girl boss. Jani discuss why he thinks the attention. Konami is in what he calls a state of subprime. And why you can still build an AD media company in two thousand twenty but just not one that's based on. Cpm DISPLAY ADS. Hope you enjoy Joe. Walk into podcasts. I thank you for having known each other so long. We have this is this is Serious throwback here so going back to social vibe you're we're GonNa talk about Social Vibe later. Gay But what you're doing. I mean you've had you've had a really fascinating career. I mean I think when we first knew each other You start up then And you went through that startup pivoted. You did the pivot and everything this you sold it. Yup He had an accent the and then instead of doing the sort of serial entrepreneur route you went in to like a large media organization. Yeah and so You saw the innards of that right and now you're back sort of on. I would say the investor side but something more explain. What attention is so? I mean attention is a company. It's an IT's an operating company It's just a company that's built to buy other companies And and kind of that fit a particular thesis okay. What's the thesis That the entire global economy runs on top of the attention. Economy of which advertising is the most visible market And that the attention economy is in a state of subprime. Okay explain The mets like subprime. Yeah yeah the the metrics that we use to measure Attention or that we used to represent attention or becoming less and less tied to what people are actually spending their time doing so. I think that there's An opportunity right now to say that there are things that have better and more attention or higher quality attention than the metrics give them credit for I mean you guys talk about this plenty and digitally as cover the industry of advertising but in the in the chase of really what we'd call vanity metrics impressions and page views an There so uncoupled from what people are actually what quality attention is and so therefore things that have quality attention are probably undervalued of put simpler We've kind of convinced the world's been convinced by by big tech for the most part that everything can be measured And if you can't measure it don't buy it then that to me makes makes me think everything that's hard to measure is probably undervalued. Yeah but you've kind of been on about this for a while you're right because I can remember talking to you about different like different metrics. Vp and whatnot. Because you saw the problems when it comes to CBC or CPM right And then I'm sure like within than Fox. He saw the limits particularly of of how. Tv is measured. Yeah and and you know it's funny People assume that you'd really hate TV. Measurement as a digital person. Yeah but to be honest like I'm kind of bullish on panel data because panel data. It's hard to fraud Like like I mean they you know. There's there can be entire phone farms. In other countries that Census data like digital data. Pick up but sit at digital guys. Were always an usually. They're all guys. I were always railing against Nielsen. And how terrible Nielsen is and you get to the other side and your leg. Actually this isn't that no no. It's not that bad I will say like look. Nielsen can be inaccurate. But there's not a warehouse full of TV's racking fake impressions right like like panel. Data is a representation of What a certain set of people are doing. And then you extrapolate like. This is how much time we have the. You know. It's all the classic things like every every four there's more ad impressions in the world and digital world. The more people are watching more ads. And Chiavari think we're just trying to shove them in there so this is all true so why in the world of all the things that you would want to invest in would media. I mean it seems like a terrible. I don't WanNa talk you out of it. It's too late to do too late. I'm here explain to me why this is an opportunity so I actually think that I think there's a couple of things that that are huge opportunities right now which is As platforms grow and as as they chased these vanity. Metrics Trust begins to erode right quality. Goes Down I mean look all platforms engineered towards volume not quality. And and what I mean by that is they are if you make something for a penny and sell it for two pennies. You've made a penny of profit if you make something for ten dollars until it for twelve dollars you've made two dollars of profit. Humans like the two dollars of profit that makes sense computers. Say That none of that. Penny one hundred percent margin. Let's do that a trillion times right and that is why you see like some of the largest advertisers in the world on on the major platforms. are selling very low cost goods right so same thing applies to products as applies to news so in this world where trust is a roading. the curator brands kind of become king. Like no one goes to the front page of Amazon negotiating. You don't you. Don't start at the front page of time to go shopping. You come there with an idea of what you're going to buy And I think the great example of this wire cutter right. I mean wire cutter which you know. curates what electronics. You should buy. has built trust with the community Obviously The New York Times acquired a while ago but these curator's in wire cutter I think is to the next evolution of of the web. I guess we're still going at the Web. Go for here. What craigslist was to the window version? and then post craigslist. There was Angie's list and that was a brand being put on top of it. I mean I have something to shock you With Angie did not meet every contractor. Angie's list those are those are television. Commercials Yeah and that's a brand that got built up and why does that matter? We'll because people would start there rather than starting out a search engine or starting an open platform. I think what's interesting is particularly. Let's stick with the wire cutter as an example. I mean people in media. I think love love the wire cutter. I think with good reason Mostly because it's an anti-scale play anything algorithm mic. It seems like is gamed. Yes I mean because when you go to Amazon and like I don't know about you but if I'm buying those like okay the bestseller best reviews whatever and then you're like you know we've written about it you know there's Yup armies of fake one hundred dollars and anything that can be gamed like that will be and that's what brands are supposed to be. So I I'm a huge fan like I am. I am anti a lot of things in the way. Advertising is kind of polluted The Internet and chasing kind of the metrics that don't matter I'm a huge fan of brands. See Brands are the things that you hold responsible for that you trust too right like Brand less like Kind of commodities. If there's you know lead in the toy or they're you know the you know the classic stories of you know Tylenol. An the the brand is the thing that consumers hold responsible when you go to a platform It's almost like you. They're extracting the margin from brands. And I think that there's a huge role to be played in. In consumers minds to be building up brands that can be cures for them for different areas of life. Okay so this was the the the thesis differentiated. Good time because trust is is you know. I think there was that article Max read wrote. It does sort of everything is fake on the Internet a couple years ago. That sort of summed up this this period that you know we were talking over the years right. It was all leading up to this this primis of online advertising See Pile of money That'd be nice right money. It's attention capital capital. So it's a great way nickname your company capital and people like you and I can only imagine So how much what is like two hundred million. I NOT NON reported non real time to to talk. I don't know so. What have you bought so far So first partnered with James Murdoch's lupus systems we bought the TRIBECA Film Festival invested in controlling stakes together and then Girl boss most recently company. Okay so explain. Each of those different types of properties. But why does this fit your thesis? Well so you look at areas of life where people are looking for curation in so tribeca in the entertainment space and girl boss kind of in employment career Lifestyle and so the way we look at it as he'd attention capital is there's two types of things there's community brands so we define a community. Brandis if they threw an event. Would someone get on an airplane and go there Do they permission to curate? Some aspect of the world's tribeca. Obviously they haven't event They literally curate films. They don't make all the films they tell you. Here's what to see with someone. Where the brand on their t shirt. They don't have to be an apparel company but people would wear tribeca shirt and is the community self sustaining without always having to make content right because if you always have to make content. That's a treadmill that you have to run on versus. Is there a community of people who people go the events The thing that gets the most exciting about TRIBECA 's ethos as a brand that was founded after nine eleven downtown. We're here in downtown. New York and And the idea of independent storytelling equality versus volume. Like you just can't see that many movies like we have to be able to curate down to select few all of those things I mean. That's a brand that were incredibly excited about and a founder and CEO. And Jane Rosenthal that we want to work with and kind of expand I. I'm struck that both of them have a quote unquote events component. They're able to turn people out Yup We we are big believers digital so I might be talking my own book cure but we think that there is something to be said about you know and I think people are coming around to about being able to turn out a community of people. Hundred percent We are huge huge believers in in a I R L digital connection real life to digital connection that it's proof that you have that type of influence in the world like versus again factory said the algorithms can be game but people showing up at a movie theater camp. Yeah I mean like you know. I always went back to the sort of game. Of Game of thrones recaps. It's like you know the the reason that there were. So many. Game of thrones recaps. Is I mean it's not just because of like passion or the brand is it's it's because that's what turned page views right exactly. It's entrepreneur right. I don't hate the player. Geno hate the game. I agree on some of the players.