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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
"And I said, yeah, it's a script, most scripts don't work. You know, it's just, it's development. And I just brushed him off. I wouldn't engage in the discussion of the right or wrong. Did he think this is not a good idea because it's not commercial or did he think I done all my or have a personal objection to that kind of show? I think his primary concern was we will never get advertisers to go into this. We are a broadcast network, our revenue is based upon advertising. And advertisers historically are not groundbreakers. And advertisers will reject this. And this is bad. A bad idea. Don't do it. A show with a gay man at the center on national TV. Littlefield and his screenwriters had a big obstacle. Now, they had to find a way around it. What if you were a global bank who wanted to supercharge your audit system? So you tap IBM to unsilo your data, and with the help of AI, start crunching a year's worth of transactions against thousands of compliance controls. Now you're making smarter decisions faster, operating costs are lower and everyone from your auditors to your bankers feels like a million bucks. Let's create smarter ways of putting your data to work. IBM. Let's create. Learn more at IBM dot com. I'm always upgrading my car. Not because I need to because I want to. Today it's custom rims from my ride. Tomorrow, it might be a new driver side seat cushion. And eBay motors dot com always has what I need. They've got over a 122 million car parts all at the right price. That's perfect for me. Because I'm a car guy. Are you still in the garage? It's two in the morning. Almost done. Okay, I'm a car fanatic. eBay motors, let's ride. For the first several decades of its existence. American television was in the grip of what is commonly called mainstreaming. That's a term coined by the Hungarian born scholar, George gerbner, who for 25 years headed the annenberg school for communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Governor was fascinated by American television in the 1960s and 1970s. When the limited number of options on television meant that a hit show could command huge audiences. Take the western show gunsmoke, which in the 1960s was the most popular program on television. It would routinely be watched by 40% of the households in America with a TV. You could sit next to a random person on a bus, the morning after gunsmoke came on and say, without further introduction, could you believe that part where Matt Dillon shot that guy? And the person sitting next to you would know exactly what you were talking about. George Gerber said that kind of shared experience made television like a giant church, with the same message was preached night after night. It is comparable to a new religion, not to another medium. It's a total symbolic environment that includes art, science, government, every all parts of knowledge. And that is steady. It is consistent. It is repetitive, and it is used as a ritual. Mainstreaming was what happened to those who worshiped in TV's giant church. So take a hot button issue from the late 70s or early 80s, like school busing, the forced integration of public schools. Conservatives hated busing, liberals were much more likely to be in favor of it. Moderates were in the middle, which is what you would expect. But one of governor's colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania, Larry gross, took polling data about busing and broke it down according to how much TV people watched. Gross found that among heavy TV viewers, the differences started to disappear. Conservatives became a little more in favor of busing, liberals, a little less in favor. Television viewing brought Americans closer together over time. That's mainstreaming. Democrats or Republicans or people who say they're liberal, the more television they watch, the more likely they are to say they're moderate. Larry gros says how much TV you watch says as much about you as who you voted for. It predicts incredibly powerfully. If you watch a lot of television, you're molecular, let's say you're moderate, whatever your other views are. The moderating effect of TV viewing in turn has a moderating effect on the people making television because if you are competing to be the show that the majority of the country is watching, you have to make a show that's acceptable to the majority of the country. So this is what was going on at NBC in the late 90s. When the network executive Don Omar heard the pitch for Will & Grace, he heard an idea that was too far from the middle. The mainstream. It was not a television show, as people like him understood television to be at the time. David Cohen and max mutchnick would have to moderate it. They start with the casting choices for the pilot. They cast Eric McCormick. McCormick in real life is straight. Conventionally handsome, will his character is a lawyer, a corporate lawyer, not a profession according to the stereotypes of the late 90s that coded as gay. That was also a thing that we did very deliberately was to show the world and casting Eric. We had to do that. We had to make sure that that type of guy was playing this part. But he could be, in other words, he was conceivable as a straight man. This is absurd. Maybe I don't wear my sexuality like a sash and a tiara, the way Jack does, but I am willing to put my gain enough up against anybody's. Yeah, he passed to use a word of today. He was able to do that. And that just made it safe. The casting of will was a moderating choice, and so too was the way the topic of sex was handled on the show. Am I allowed to use swear words? Yes. Yeah, a very famous director. Joel Schumacher summed it up best naturally. We were having dinner at the foot of Joel's bed while he brushed his hair and he was baking Batman at the time. Max's dinner companion mentioned the show that max had pitched to NBC. Will & Grace. Quick side note, you may have noticed an explicit label on this episode. Well, we have Joel Schumacher to thank for that. Children cover your ears. He looked up and said, just make sure whatever you do, you don't make the show to butt fucky. That's not what people want to think about. And he was really hitting something that was so real. And it is so true. And we kind of knew it. I'll let them suspend their beliefs while they watch this show and this fantasy, but I need them to know when that character goes off the air at 8 30. That actor is not going home and having anal sex.
"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"At your convenience Well we've got the new hanging Chad out there Yeah The Republican National Committee has intervening against the David McCormick campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania attempting to force the counting of undated absentee ballots in Pennsylvania Senate primary as his opponent Doctor Oz leads by a tiny fraction of a percent the an RNC official confirmed reports about the intervention to Fox News digital Monday night insisting that the move does not signal support for Oz or opposition to McCormick McCormick but rather in an attempt to preserve election integrity The RNC is intervening in this lawsuit along with the Pennsylvania GOP because election laws are meant to be followed and changing the rules when ballots are already being counted harms the integrity of our elections RNC chief council Matt raymer said in a statement Either a Pennsylvania's leader Republican senator candidates would either of Pennsylvania's leading Republican Senate candidates would represent the Keystone state better than a Democrat but Pennsylvania's law is clear that undated absentee ballots may not be counted Raymer said this is another example of the RNC's ironclad commitment to ensuring the highest levels standards of transparency and security are upheld Through the election process the Pennsylvania GOP also condemned the move while the Republican Party of Pennsylvania looks forward to supporting the Pennsylvania Republican U.S. Senate nominee whoever it may be we absolutely object of the counting of undated mail in ballots the party said in a statement Pennsylvania law and our courts have been very clear that undated ballots are not to be counted McCormick's campaign filed a lawsuit in a Pennsylvania court after hours on Monday aiming to ensure that counties obey a federal appeals court decision asking the state's Commonwealth court to require counties to promptly count mail in ballots that lack the required handwritten date on the return envelope In the lawsuit McCormick's campaign claimed that at least two counties blare and Allegheny suggested they would not count the ballots as part of their unofficial result and that each county must report to the state on Tuesday As of 6 p.m. Doctor Oz leads McCormick by 992 votes The race is likely close enough to trigger Pennsylvania's automatic recount law which applies to the laws .5% margin a number of mail in ballots lacking a handwritten note remains unclear while McCormick a former hedge fund CEO and former George W. Bush administration treasury official trails in the overall vote he has been outperforming Oz in the mail in ballots McCormick said that every Republican vote should count in an appearance on a conservative talk show on Monday It really doesn't matter Does it whether it's Republicans or Republicans against Democrats Yeah It's just simple I don't have the Pennsylvania law in front of me but if the Pennsylvania law says undated ballots don't count they don't count And I'm not a fan of Doctor Oz Right That's just the way it works It's the way it works The state law is the state law and if you don't like it then after this election you can move to change it But that's the law that's in place now and that's what you have to go by That's the way it is And we'll see where it pans out Look we talked about it I don't know how many times really going back to even before we worked together After the 2000 election Florida decided they were going to look at changing their laws States have reviewed their laws In fact it is so common for states to review their election laws It has done I mean countless times throughout the years After an election whether it's a midterm whether it's a special election states review them and we welcome that review process and if they want to change what's going on in Pennsylvania when it comes to mail in ballots or absentee ballots and great they can change that I doubt by the way I doubt that would fly Where you could create a law and say no the undated ballots are good We can't now no You can't now but I mean I doubt that you could change that After the fact I doubt you could change the law to say no undated ballots are fine I'm just guessing that when you consider that you know again it goes back to trying to shore up the system You certainly could do it Well I mean I'm talking about politically if the world is politically I don't see that No I don't in Republican circles especially the campaigns lawsuit relies on a Friday ruling from the third U.S. circuit Court of Appeals which ruled that the state's election laws requirement of a date next to the voter's signature on the outside of return envelopes was immaterial Are you kidding me Wow Yeah Whatever the you know again whatever the law says And well I don't know we were going to get into this over this election Again this is why this is why this is one of the reasons that you and I are against mail in ballots It takes too long in the question There is no question once you go into the machine and punch it And believe me it can be in a pain in the butt because I have to go again this morning and vote again Do you know how many times I've been to the voting booth over the last 6 months How many times It's like once a month almost There's some kind of special election or something going on What in the world's happening here And I was there What Two weeks ago I got to be there again today for a whole bunch of state Did you move to Illinois State And then what was in two weeks again we have a runoff for one of the school board and another two weeks so it's like I'm going once a month to vote Yeah But I would rather do that and I drag my butt up there And that's the way I believe it should be even if it's an inconvenience because I want not only do I want the do I want integrity in the election I want the perception of integrity in an election And right here again here you go again It's going to start And it's all because it's all because of mail in ballots If people voted the machines it settled It's done It's over You have it in that night And if I ran it if you could do it if you were going to vote by mail you'd have to vote you'd have to have your ballot in buy a certain date And it would be before election day so you could count them if that would be if that would pass constitutional muster I don't know why it wouldn't If you're going to vote by because we want because the purpose would be to have a timely result that night Yeah right There's no reason there's no reason for this to be happening but now that's why I've always been against mail in ballots Except an extenuating circumstance is absentee ballots whatever military whatever and it's not because I don't want what's going to be going on now And now this is Republicans fighting Republicans Yeah Right Well when it doesn't need to happen you need integrity in the elections you need the perception of integrity in elections Well that's and that's the problem Is that it doesn't matter what happens here how this pans out you're going to have people claiming it was rigged Yeah You're going to have people claiming that we have too many disenfranchised voters And the uncertainty in the system and the lack of trust in the system will ultimately drive a number of people not to vote in the future Look there's a lot of things I don't like I don't like I don't like the fact that in Pennsylvania you can win you can win with 32% a third of the vote and be the candidate I don't like that for the Republican Party I'm not a I'm not a Pennsylvania Republican I don't get it I don't get a vote in that They choose to do that They choose to do that I believe it's counterproductive for the Republicans to do that because I believe you should have a runoff in order to build unity of at least 50% But that's me And I don't get to run the state of Pennsylvania Yeah Right No but the law is the law and it's the law It's on the side It has to be David And you're not going to win that You're just not going to win A challenge on that to say no.
"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Everybody to the play Travis and buck Sexton show We have so much to discuss today the Pennsylvania Senate race and absolute nail biter I'm wondering people keep asking me I'm like I don't know this could come down to I had someone text me today They think it could come down to less than less than a hundred votes when all said and done Now I don't know if that's going to be the case But we had all three of the top candidates in that race on yesterday You know Kathy Barnett doctor mehmet Oz and Dave McCormick McCormick and Oz are the ones who are locked in this absolute throwdown here of the still mail in ballots to be counted probably an automatic recount going to happen This is going to be by the thinnest of margins imaginable for that Senate primary and obviously that person that is in a very good spot not a definite but a good spot to take a Senate seat in the key swing state of Pennsylvania which I've lived the third most narrowly decided 2020 state I think it was a number three in terms of actual difference between Trump and Biden and the final tally whatever one thinks of that tally And I actually had still have problems with the way it was done in Pennsylvania more than almost any more than anywhere else quite honestly But we will tell you the latest on that We've also got our friend bridge Colby formally at the Trump Pentagon joining us to talk about the final defenders in Ukraine and Mary opal have surrendered and evacuated And the Russian war continues on here Two big things going on right now that could change the trajectory of the conflict You have NATO membership application pending right now for Finland and Sweden is up next They're looking to join NATO So that's a big deal We'll talk about that And then senator Ron Johnson of course title 42 ending soon and the Biden administration says that they're going to be able to handle this but the senator from Wisconsin will be joining us to talk about what's going on there Plus glad you see somebody We should talk about this as well Separately But there's a kid who had a title 9 complaint brought against him in Wisconsin For using the wrong pronoun supposed to use according to the school plural pronoun for a non binary individual This is what under title 9 they're using title 9 now as the basis for this So we'll bring that up again later I want to ask the senator about that one How that could be going on anywhere seems just crazy But we want to start with something that's something I'm a victory You have today the news breaking that Nina jankowitz Soviet Mary Poppins Such a great nickname Thank you sir She has been told that she's going to have to be singing or her deep state musicals somewhere else because the disinformation board after only a few weeks of its creation has been paused Clay it turns out when people find out what the anti speech Democrat apparatus is up to behind closed doors It's a problem for them It doesn't go so well Yeah bucket This is another big win And we're starting to stack some dubs I gotta say as you start to look at the trajectory of the country Now the way that this story broke and I know you read this article too So it came out from The Washington Post and if you if you read it it's the entire conveyance is how the Biden administration basically failed the Soviet Mary Poppins as you just said it In terms of supporting her And there's all these lines in the article where they basically imply that the reason why they had to shut it down was because there was all this attack on her from right-wing propagandists and everything else and people shudder went back through her history of online statements to demonstrate that of all the people who could have been disinformation board heads that she was one of the worst They shared different clips and things that she had said and the whole thing is sort of a whining woe is me look at how unfair the Internet is They've said mean things about Nina jankowicz ultimately however they have only suspended this although it feels like this is basically dead And so what it means is even CNN plus as the House judiciary committee tweeted out outlasted the ministry of truth in the Biden administration But this was just an epically bad decision buck It was rolled out in an epically bad fashion and it led to me honestly asking the question it felt like when this came out that the Biden administration last night you probably didn't pay attention I didn't watch it But they had the NBA draft lottery the worst teams get the best picks It really does feel to me And I think we need to start to get this idea circulating more that the Biden administration is trying to tank for the number one pick Because it feels like they're trying to lose bucket If everything It's like the plot of major league the movie which is a great movie It's a great movie Pick the worst team possible so you can relocate to Miami which by the way not the worst plan I've ever heard Would have been actually not a bad move Now they're not even the Cleveland Indians by the way They're the Cleveland guardians because in ward Indians is offensive Oh that's right I forgot about that So there's there seems to be a clear effort underway from the Democrat party And it's a long-standing effort To control speech That's something we'll be talking about more here To either police speech or to ban it they're quite open about They want more Internet monitoring of extremist content So interesting by the way clay because I come from a counter terrorism analysis background from within the government And I remember Democrats were always the ones who were saying hold on a second We don't want to stigmatize anybody by having certain chat rooms monitored or certain It is wild to think about how much the Democrat party has changed when it comes to issues of speech But think about the reversal In the era of Al-Qaeda and then ISIS when jihadist plots were a relatively regular phenomenon unfortunately in America in the west max casually terror plots I had to work against some of those plots specifically but there was always this concern about the different guidelines about where you could put in the case of law enforcement and undercover operative And what they could report on and who they and it was always the Democrats always the Democrats who were saying how dare you look at this group How dare you stigmatize this group Even when sometimes it was a bunch of guys sitting around saying you know let's get some stinger missiles and shoot them at planes I mean they were they were always taking a very don't surveil position right They were always the ones that were holding holding back on the state apparatus of that Now they.
"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"Campaign 2022 on WTO P the GOP Senate primary in Pennsylvania still hasn't been called Former president Trump's picked TV Doctor Oz is neck and neck we hear with businessmen David McCormick McCormick a former hedge fund CEO his favored by establishment Republicans right now whoever wins will face the democratic pick the state's lieutenant governor John fetterman This morning PBS NewsHour Capitol Hill correspondent Lisa Desjardins of just how this race is close Out of 1.3 million votes cast in the Republican primary in Pennsylvania It's down to about 2000 votes That's how close Doctor Oz is with David McCormick And I thank folks we're going to get ready for a recount This means Pennsylvania the neighbor of our region is just at the beginning I think of a very long and intense spotlight over this race and other races this whole year There are just a few votes left out There were some ballot problems and counties including Lancaster county most of those have been resolved But if there's just a few thousand votes out and the race is a few thousand votes apart we need to see all those numbers come in What does this tell us about the battle between establishment Republicans and Trump supporters to try to get control of the GOP I will be honest I'm not sure this race is a great indicator of that entirely Because the truth is that the top three candidates in this race all of them including Kathy Barnett all of them were trying to be as much like former president Trump as possible Now it is the case that establishment Republicans think David McCormick has a better chance of winning in the fall that they think he can hold on to this important Senate race for them more than Doctor Oz Now are they right It's unclear But the fact is that all three of these candidates Trump endorsed or not establishment liked or not they all show the power of Trump They all were running on essentially a Donald Trump agenda The democratic pick John fetterman I think fetterman we have to really watch his health and to see him back on the campaign trail soon His wife told national audience they're going to wait that she's being careful with him But given a week or two we'll see where he's at.
"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"Campaign 2022 on WTO the GOP Senate primary in Pennsylvania still hasn't been called Former president Trump's pick TV Doctor Oz he is neck and neck we hear with businessmen David McCormick McCormick a former hedge fund CEO is favored by establishment Republicans right now Whoever wins will face the democratic pick the state's lieutenant governor John fetterman This morning PBS NewsHour Capitol Hill correspondent Lisa Desjardins of just how this race is close Out of 1.3 million votes cast in the Republican primary in Pennsylvania It's down to about 2000 votes That's how close Doctor Oz is with David McCormick And I thank folks we're going to get ready for a recount This means Pennsylvania the neighbor of our region is just at the beginning I think of a very long and intense spotlight over this race and other races this whole year There are just a few votes left out There were some ballot problems and counties including Lancaster county most of those have been resolved but if there's just a few thousand votes out and the race is a few thousand votes apart we need to see all those numbers come in What does this tell us about the battle between establishment Republicans and Trump supporters to try to get control of the GOP I will be honest I'm not sure this race is a great indicator of that entirely Because the truth is that the top three candidates in this race all of them including Kathy Barnett all of them were trying to be as much like former president Trump as possible Now it is the case that establishment Republicans think David McCormick has a better chance of winning in the fall that they think he can hold on to this important Senate race for them more than Doctor Oz Now are they right It's unclear But the fact is that all three of these candidates Trump endorsed or not establishment liked or not they all show the power of Trump They all were running on essentially a Donald Trump agenda The democratic pick John fetterman You know I think fetterman we have to really watch his health and to see him back on the campaign trail soon His wife told national audience they're going to wait that she's being careful with him Give it a week or two We'll see where he's.
Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries
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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"Answered by rocket mortgage I'm Deborah Rodriguez The midterm elections are beginning to take shape after yesterday's primaries in 5 states but some races were so close They're still undecided One is for Senate in Pennsylvania Features TV doctor mehmet Oz reporter Tim Jimenez with our affiliate kyw Oz has this razor thin lead over former hedge fund CEO Dave McCormick McCormick acknowledged his supporters Tuesday night that all the votes weren't in just yet Right now we have tens of thousands of mail in ballots that have not been counted Oz told his supporters that they have more work to do And he gave a lot of credit to former president Trump who endorsed him He was willing to participate with teletown halls which he advised that I do was a brilliant idea The winner will face John fetterman who won the democratic primary days after he suffered a stroke Congressman Ted Budd says he's grateful for Donald Trump's support after declaring victory in North Carolina's Senate primary There were 14 Republican ballots that put their name forward in this primary and I'm absolutely honored to be the Republican nominee Controversial congressman Madison Cawthorn has lost his primary contest in North Carolina to state senator chuck Edwards who had the backing of local Republican leaders Sweden and Finland have formally abandoned their longtime neutrality and applied for NATO membership in response to the war in Ukraine Secretary general Jens Stoltenberg This is a good day at the critical moment for our security Russia says almost 1000 Ukrainian troops who'd hold up in the mariupol steel plant have now surrendered local reports claim their top ranking commanders are still inside 5 to 11 year olds in the U.S. are now eligible for Pfizer's COVID booster shots but Stanford infectious disease specialist doctor Ivan Maldonado says many aren't eligible yet Only 8 of 28 million kids in this age group have even received vaccines So they need to get their first vaccinations as well A favorite pastime for kids at the beach ended in tragedy in New Jersey WCBS TV's elene gainer Tom's over police say a 17 year old and 18 year old were reportedly digging a large hole in the sand when it collapsed Both became trapped One man who assisted in the rescue effort tells us the whole seem to be around 6 feet deep and that many people help try and dig the two out And while they were able to get this 17 year old girl out her 18 year old brother could not be saved And update on the deadly effects of dirty air and water CBS is Naomi rocket Pollution led to 9 million deaths in 2019 according to a new report published in the lancet That's equivalent to one in 6 deaths worldwide S&P futures down 18 This is CBS News This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage Need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can.
Tight Pennsylvania GOP Senate race; Mastriano wins gov nod
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2022 midterms: What to watch as 5 states hold primaries
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Trump scrambles to fend off Oz challenger in Pa. Senate race
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Kansas tops North Carolina 72-69 to win national title
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Kansas cruises to 81-65 win over Villanova in Final Four
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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hi everyone Welcome to the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week a volatile week for markets to say the least headline by the Federal Reserve's first policy meeting of 2022 and Tim it looks like the dovish side of Jerome Powell is no more he's definitely gone more hawkish Yeah you can say that again the fed chair saying that he's open to more interest rate increases than forecast if needed to help curb inflation Those hikes almost certain to begin in mid March Risk assets taking a big hit so far this year and there's a big chill settling over market sentiment these days it is the subject of this week's cover story of more than that in just a moment Also ahead in the broadcast how the U.S. is preparing for a major attack on its power grid The next big breakthrough in genetic testing and will also hear how monetary policy and inflation are affecting Main Street we're going to do that with Jeff Jones He's the CEO of H and R block All of that to come First up though let's welcome the editor of Bloomberg businessweek magazine Joel Weber and Joe We're going to go in depth on the cover story in our next segment We know a big sell off is underway Your team though was all over it Was it almost impossible not to do the markets as the cover story this week Yeah sometimes you just have to recognize that something is happening and that it's involving the markets and that's where we kind of went to with this one And we just had this Spidey sense that there's this change that's underway And that markets are trying to figure out what to make of a rising rate environment And we had this statement from Jay Powell that really took the markets in another direction And to see the boomerang that started at the beginning of the week where things were red and then rebounded that was it was just really funny and we were like what's going on here and who can we talk to to get it right And that's what led us to my region And we're going to hear much more from Mike Reagan in just a few minutes with details on that cover story From cold markets though to hot sauce because we did hear Joel and look this is how the sausage is made right We heard that there was another candidate in the running for this week's cover story Had it not been for the big dip in markets we'd likely be talking more about Austin Carr's great feature on big hot sauce I'm a big hot sauce guy And I do my part to support big hot sauce What do we need to know Yeah we can still talk about hot sauce So there's a company called McCormick and I think for the most part you probably know McCormack as a spice company Yeah I opened my spice drawer and there's a bunch of red caps little containers of spices That's McCormick But in the last few years and under a new CEO they've really doubled down on a growth strategy which is hot sauce And it actually started the first acquisition they made was fringes the mustard And then they went for Frank's hot sauce and then they recognized that that was going well and so they decided they needed more hot sauce and they went for cholula That's A lot of people feel that same way Yeah So they really turned into this little it's like a hot sauce roll up almost And that's giving the company new growth new markets and it could unlock the condiment rivalries just priceless There's the ketchup world There's the mayonnaise world and the hot sauce when people just keep coming back for more and more and more And it could give them a leg up in terms of what the next kind of condiment breakthroughs might look like Okay well we can't talk about McCormick though without talking about the surge in at home cooking at the beginning of the pandemic I thought you were going to say you can't talk about it without talking about paprika but we'll talk about that later Yeah we will talk about that later And I'm just wondering about how the company sees hot sauce as sort of getting them through and past the pandemic and beyond spices that they're known for Well the spice thing is really interesting just to kind of take a moment with that And Austin car writes about this turmeric shortage which is I think one of the great things in the story just like thinking through logistics of your main source of turmeric suddenly you're not going to be able to rely on them It's one of the ingredients in the mustard American became very close to having this massive mustard shortage that people probably didn't realize People really have these brand affinities right And we think about that through consumer goods a lot And hot sauce is sort of like a way that I think people have an affinity for brands and so McCormick is moving in behind the scenes You don't necessarily know that in the same way that their red cap spices you don't know that cholula even owns is owned by McCormick McCormick's name shows up nowhere on the bottle And yet they get all the goodness that comes from a brand that people have affinity for You know it was really cool about this story It was such a deep dive into the company's history and understanding its origins but it also I had no idea about the work that McCormick does for a lot of other well-known brands in terms of developing products Yeah you won't get a whole lot of details on this because flavor since fragrances all of that stuff is pretty covert top secret stuff because people don't want to let it be known that they partner with others So one of the things that McCormick is pretty quiet about this side of its business but it basically consults with a lot of different brands and food manufacturers on the flavoring side And that is another opportunity for growth Part of that has been driven by tech For instance one of the sources that we talked to is.
No. 9 Kansas uses big 2nd half to stuff West Virginia, 85-59
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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WJR 760
"Basement as a backup system for the sewer and the water system. We did not sign on to be the overflow system. We're sick of it. We can't have any more. Some of you gotta do something about it. Well, it sounds to me like they just made a decision and said, You know what? This is too much money. It's probably not going to rain like he did. And, uh, 2016 for a long, long time. Let's just not worry about spending all this money right now and and we'll just continue on as we have in and stick to our budget. But as we're finding out when when this does happen, this is very expensive. It's expensive. For all the taxpayers who are helping out with the federal money that's coming in. It's expensive for all the homeowners who don't have everything covered, and it's expensive for the city, and and it's extremely damaging for the entire cities. Credibility When you're looking at the news all over the country, and you're seeing the the freeways are flooded out in thousands of homes are are are in water. How do we have any idea how much this might have cost them back in 2016 to put these systems in place? But we don't know. And I've heard estimates from as little as $1000 to as much as $9000. Depending on, you know, the system that you have, and and you know how much how much work A plumber has to do. But you and how many times have we seen this as government watchdog reporters where government says that we could do this? If it's going to be kind of expenses, so they don't do it. And then what everybody knew was going to happen happened and they spend Way more money. I think they're going to spend way more money. Providing people with some sort of compensation for this latest flood, then it would have cost to install these things and to save everybody the grief in the first place because you have to remember It's not just the property we lost. It's not just the time and everything. Every time it rains really hard on this side of town, we run into our basement, terrified that it's happening again. Because there's a trauma here. I don't want to get too dramatic about it. But I mean, this is something we shouldn't have had to go through, and we don't want to go through ever again. So, uh, I assume the Great Lakes Water Authority, boss ASU. Um What's your name? McCormick. McCormick. She She stepped down He is gone. Yeah. What? So what you you've been attending? At least by zoom. You've been attending the meetings. What? What are they saying? At Great Lakes Water authority. Now that we have information in 2016, we didn't do anything about it. Then Now we have the floods of 2020. And we and we have investigations are are we Are they talking about what they should have done in 2016? Are they saying? Well, we have to wait for all these investigations to find out what's recommended whether or not we want to spend the money and how to spend this federal money. Right. So I've been at every Great Lakes Water Authority board meetings since the flood. I was at last week's Detroit Water and Sewerage Department board meeting. I've been there online. I've been there in person when, when possible. I'm usually only one there. I'm definitely the only City Council candidate. They're trying to get answers and trying to bring about some positive change. But I asked them What are you going to do about this? What's your plan and they tell me the investigations ongoing. We're looking at this, but I will say the board has said it's crucial. That there's somebody like me there to hold them to their word that they are looking at some of these solutions because it is really a problem and they realize now that they screwed up and they are saying, we've got to wait for the investigation. But when I was at Detroit Water and Sewerage board meeting last week, I said What have you done since the last flood If preventative measures or corrections were advised, how many of those did you follow through on? What did you do? And they did not have an answer for me, but I'm going to keep going every time they get together to ask him for an answer, and if I'm the only one standing there, that's fine, but they need to know that we were affected. They need to see they were angry about this that we want answers and I have a petition at change dot org. Just look up Detroit flooding If you want to sign that petition, the more people we have on there, the more they're going to know that even if I'm the only one standing there, I'm not standing alone. Yes. So citizens can sign the then what? What? What should our leaders be? Do we have a city council? We have a mayor. We have people in charge of even the Great Lakes Water Authority. What should people be doing about this? So, the mayor has told Gary Brown and actually, a week after I propose these backflow preventers and sump pumps. The mayor spoke in Jefferson Chalmers. He came to visit the flood site with FEMA, and he said that he believes check valves which are similar to backflow preventers. And some pumps are a good idea, And he's asked Gary Brown to try and find the money to do that. And Gary Brown to his credit, has said that he's trying to do that. And now it sounds like they're going to use some of these federal dollars. This American Rescue Plan Act money. To provide us with some of this relief. Um, it's uh it's going to be welcome when it gets here. We just hope it gets here before the next rain because it turns out the last rain shouldn't have done to us what it did to us. And it's just, you know, I think the light has been switched on. But as you and I both know When politicians say they get it. It usually means they don't When they say they're going to do it. It usually means they want and that's why we need somebody who is going to be there, saying I remember what she said. I was there, and.
"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"We should have some shots tron patrol. It is goes joe. Stay seem semi drink. My dance gets you on the bar. Acid shit around holiday is like like. Let me on the bar like strips. You missed your calling stays on the bartender. You're not anything yet. The person who i came up with the idea of six degrees of separation is probably like reading this. They're dead probably but they're reading this being like holy shit. Isn't the craziest. Like i just couldn't believe the connection there you think. Somebody's dating a random. But in fact it's all connected. Don't like yes. This coup bananas. I with you. One hundred percent in cu cuban as very weird up saying it's cool bananas but also i think it's really insightful. As to like these are the people capital t capital p. These people know they are all reality players. Yes but it's like this is the cast of characters. You can't go too far away from the center of the hub which includes heather. Rae young you know. But it's specifically the west coast reality. Seen these are the people they know. I mean have there and this guy sister literally had a podcast together until recently like it's not just like some random. Yeah yeah it's a close friend or lego former business partner. Whatever you would call them have fought castle. Someone is going on with wendy volumes and talladega brown name grief. This is stressful. Because i'm like as much as i love. You know our norman. You know how. I feel about norman. Why didn't norman. Why don't you tell wendy not to comfort. Tabitha brown like you should have told her like. This is a beloved woman. Like it's not gonna go well if you come for her and it didn't go well but because tabitha is so good at diffusing something like this. Not that she's really ever had to in the past but she clearly has that vibe. Where like we'll she literally was like. I'm holier than thou like that's how she diffused it which is usually using a negative way but she actually just did it in like a you know. Go best of luck to you. I'm praying for you etc backing up. We we didn't even say what happens. So tabitha brown. Who is doing so well with the food. Spawn and everything. She just relaunched us. Spice with mccormick mccormick's hilarious. Because it's like name name spice brand that's it you know that's the spice brands of You them spice brand. I gotta mccormick spun at. I was flipping through tick-tock and like oh on the couch. And joshua's watching me flip through. And i saw tabitha's mccormack's pop up in my ftp and sunshine. It's called sunshine. I flip. Pass it right right after. Joshua's like i thought you liked her. Did you skip her. And i was like it's spot. I know know what this is like. I don't need to see this again. It's called sunshine. I saw her make veggie burgers with. It looks fucking delicious. Whatever i'd love to. I definitely will try it. I think she is great and we talked about her. she's a kind of a tick talk phenomenon. In terms of the fact she's like a little bit older than the usual tick-tock star. She's a vegan. Her voice is extremely soothing and she does fund recipes and has a little catch races. We love her anyway. She's doing really well so she made this video on instagram. Even not even on tick-tock. Actually i don't know if it got ported over but it was on her and it had to be on instagram and it was all about how her husband who the her followers no because they've come into contact with him many times now or husband was on the lapd for fifteen years and she decided to retire him because he wanted to work with. He has a nonprofit organization and he's a basketball coach for kids and so basically the dream was for. You know for him not to have to do that anymore. He supported her for a long time when they moved to l. a. and she was going to be an actress. She tells the whole story about that and she's like today's his last day of work. Because i'm retiring my husband. That's like vincis basically like. I'm so grateful that i'm able to do that..
"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Behind America's Listening to Fox News deliberations resumed today in the murder trial of a bigamist, Madison County prosecutors say Christopher Henderson worked with his first wife to kill his pregnant second wife and four member. Of her family. The first wife, Rhonda Carlson, taking a plea deal to avoid the death penalty and testified against Henderson. Authorities say Henderson shot and stabbed his victims and then set their home on fire. Defense attorneys say Carlson was responsible for the murders. The Birmingham City Council approving the budget from Mayor Randall Woodfin. The $455 million budget includes pay raises for city employees, 14 million for neighborhood revitalization and nearly $100 million for the police Department. It's an after Aimed at improving the response to future infectious disease outbreaks. Jim Farry reports U A B and the State Health Department launching the Alabama Regional Center for Infection Prevention and Control. The center's director, Maybe Dr Lisa McCormick. McCormick says the center has assembled a team of public health and health care professionals and then they have extensive expertise in areas like infectious disease control and prevention, epidemiology and surveillance. McCormick says the center will provide training and technical assistance. With the goal of increasing skills in areas related to the detection, response control and prevention of disease outbreaks. I'm Jim parity and lawmakers who hope to be the next Alabama House speaker are starting to appear, state representative Bill Poole says. If elected, he'll collaborate with other lawmakers established transparency and pursue policies that matter to Alabamians. The Tusk alleys, a Republican, serves as chairman of the House Education Budget Committee. Other possible candidates include Nathan Ledbetter, He's the House majority. Leader and House Republican Caucus Vice Chairman..
"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on 600 WREC
"One search and rescue, find strollers and baby bottles, Stuff toys, You know, I mean, it just brings our sense of reality to to the moment. Tomorrow will mark a full week since the Champlain South condo tower collapsed. President Biden and the first lady are scheduled to visit and talk with families, Dave That's tomorrow. Now. He went to Wisconsin yesterday, pushing the bipartisan infrastructure compromise, the president says will create jobs and fix roads and bridges and expand high speed Internet Make sure it's available every American home. Including 35% of rural families who currently go without it. Democrats may also pass another big spending bill. Republicans can't block in the Senate and the House plans devoted on something else. Republicans don't support a select committee controlled by Democrats to investigate the deadly capital attack. Kevin McCarthy refused to take Yes, for an answer, And now he's got a select committee Democratic congressman Jim Jefferies River into the minority leader as Republicans opposed to 9 11 style commission. They say there are numerous investigations and another is unnecessary. Snag in New York City in the Democratic primary for Mayor Fox is Gary Bomb Garden, the election officials retracting their latest report on the vote count. They say the count was corrupted by test data. Never cleared from a computer system. 135,000 test votes have to be removed added to the confusion of the city's new ranked choice system, which makes the count more complicated. America's listening to Fox News Good morning 73. At Alabama's Morning news with JT I'm Leah Brandon. Deliberations resumed today in the murder trial of a bigamist, Madison County prosecutors say Christopher Henderson worked with his first wife to kill his pregnant second wife and four members of her family. The first wife, Ron. Carlson, taking a plea deal to avoid the death penalty and testified against Henderson. Authorities say Henderson shot and stabbed his victims and then set their home on fire. Defense attorneys say Carlson was responsible for the murders. The Birmingham City Council approving the budget from Mayor Randall Woodfin. The $455 million budget includes pay raises for city employees, 14 million for neighborhood revitalization and nearly $100 million for the police Department. It's an effort aimed at improving the response. Want to future infectious disease outbreaks. Jim Farry reports U A B and the State Health Department launching the Alabama Regional Center for Infection Prevention and Control. The center's director, Maybe Dr Lisa McCormick. McCormick says the center has assembled a team of public health and health care professionals, and they have extensive expertise in areas like infectious disease control and prevention, epidemiology and surveillance. McCormick says the center will provide training and technical assistance. With the goal of increasing skills in areas related to the detection, response control and prevention of disease outbreaks. I'm Jim parity and lawmakers who hope to be the next Alabama House speaker are starting to appear, state representative Bill Poole says. If elected, he'll collaborate with other lawmakers established transparency and pursue policies that matter to Alabamians. The Tusk alleys, a Republican, serves as chairman of the House Education Budget Committee. Other possible candidates include Nathan Ledbetter, He's the House majority. Leader and House Republican Caucus Vice Chairman. Connie Row I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's JT. Alright, Lee. Thank you very much. It is 706 Alabama's Morning news. Glad to have you along. We'll get an extended. Look at this forecast with Mickey Ferguson coming up here. In just about five minutes as we'll see pretty nice day today, still humid, no doubt about that. Also coming up later this hour at 7 40 Congressman Gary Palmer will be along to talk more about the infrastructure bill and what's ahead and what may not be ahead for that situation there. President Trump yesterday joined Buck Sexton and Clay Travis on their show at about lunchtime yesterday and great conversation. And always good to hear comments from President Trump. So right on point on so many different issues, unlike President Biden, right now, a bit foggy and all these issues literally sometimes as well. So we'll recap some of that and you'll hear from President Trump this morning coming up. A little bit later this morning as well. Bill Britt is going to join us from Ales reporter calm as President. Trump, speaking of him was supposed to be in mobile for a big event. But oops, that's been cancelled. Now why we'll find out from Bill coming up at about 7 30 this morning. They rattle of 7 20 this morning job numbers coming out the end of.
Astros batter A's 9-2 to complete four-game sweep
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"Not live from studio scene. It is being aired live not even fresh Armstrong and Getty show. Here's so enjoy it. If you will until we come back next week, it's the best of Armstrong and Getty. Mason, Moser is the senior analyst for the motley fool my like this line. He finds stocks that make money and tells the world about them. That's a good one right there. I appreciate it. And appreciate Jason Moser from the motley fool joining us. Now, Jason how are you, sir? Doing well guys how good it's always fun to talk a stupid way to invest. I realized and you probably don't run into the situation. But if a person said, I'm going to invest in one stock. I'm just going to put my money in one stock long horizon. Manatt retired for decades. What should I put my money? Wow. Just one stock, and he never really recommend that. So I can get you one vehicle though, one, you want to invest in, in one asset you can invest in the index fund, an ETF that represents the entire s e five hundred index fund one that's essentially getting exposure to all five hundred companies in the index in the form of one so so-called share. So you could buy, here's A D index fund really throughout the rest of your life in be investing in. Does that make the easiest way to do that? Does it make you want to drive your car into a bridge when you hear TV and radio people talking about the Dow and Leslie? I don't know that I want to take it that far. But I think you raise a good point in that, historically, the Dow has been used as benchmark but as times of change certainly it's a little bit less of our overall economy, at least at least as pertains to the S, and P, five hundred the S and P five hundred is typically, the benchmark we use when we measure the investments that we make because it's such a much better cross section of the overall economy today. The Dow is very limited only thirty in that index and how about how about hourly updates on that. Even the Washington Post this past weekend, had a do away with the daily hourly Dowa reports. I mean what, what is that? Well, those are those are news entities that, I think are just trying to fill time in order to help their advertisement. Businesses flourished, but yeah, we certainly don't invest that way. We, we encourage our investors who are members of Scribner's to focus on taking those longer time, three to five years, even longer for in when you can take that approach. Patience is really one of our biggest advantages time is our biggest friend when it comes to investing. So you don't pay attention to those day to day movements go up and down focus more on the business. And as long as the business is performing well that can help you sleep at night. Somebody help me. Remember to get back to index funds in a moment or two. But now seems like a perfect chance to ask the following Jason what do you think of quarterly, or, or worse? Monthly reports that companies have to put out and the way that, that turned in my mind stocks into mostly speculation game, as opposed to investing in solid forcing all companies to think short term more importantly, yeah. That's a great observation. That's something that we talked about a lot here. The fool is, you know, these companies they're required to file April work, every quarter on the state of the business. They that ten Hugh report, which tells us what's going on in the business over that over that three months stretch, and then most companies will then release a press release, and also have an earnings call in a lot of times. You're right. That, that sort of short time line forces these teams to think a little bit more along those lines as opposed to focusing on making decisions that are better for the business a little bit more long-term focus. I think a really good example, recently run the guy who founded of an era bread, and he was the CEO for quite some time. It eventually Pinero was made an offer to get bought out. They were bought out by private private entities that are no longer public, but Ron shake listed. That is one of the biggest challenges with having to deal with that Korean and around madness of just meeting these the. Wall Street benchmarks that hamstrung than a little bit in, in making better long-term focus decision. So, yeah, I think companies generally speaking would rather be able to just go about their business and maybe report every year, but some companies definitely they'll release a ten or something, but then they won't really have a call in order to go further into the state of the business. Berkshire-hathaway being a very good example, there, of course, Warren Buffett is a very much in line with that long term thinking, but there's no question about it. When you see these companies that are reporting every quarter Wall Street lays down, these arbitrate, benchmark, it make it difficult for these businesses to make those long term. And then you get stupid reporting, you get the same sort of stupid reporting from the same stupid people that are giving you hourly Dow updates telling you boy, apple way off this quarter with their projections of Pnn people's minds. They're hearing apples struggling when they may not be at all. That's exactly right. And we tell everybody got past the headline in enemy whenever we're doing our research into these companies in their quarterly reports. I mean, we're not going to these articles that are written on financial websites. We're going to the actual source the SEC documents that the companies publish and then we're able to make our own assumptions and decisions based on what we're reading there. But typically, those, those media sites. I mean we we obviously have a financial site here at full dot com. Oftentimes will throw a headline up there. That is not necessarily a good indicator of the state of the business and really kind of internet age clicks, or what dictates a lot of a lot of business. And so of the more clicks, the veteran in what better way to get clicks and those crazy headline voice. So true. And so many areas these days, we're talking to Jason Moser the senior analyst for the motley fool about how to see through the smokescreen, most financial reporting and more. Getting close to the moment where mega investor positive. Sean gets to add one question then he is allowed so quickly. We're talking about index funds. If you could only do one thing, an index fund more or less reflects the panoply of Stockton companies on the entire index. That's the idea you don't you don't go heavy oil and farm. You just gotta bid of everything. Is it still true that index funds almost uniformly outperform the more specialized ones? Would you describe generally speaking, I think generally speaking, when we talk about funds, because there are a number of different types of funds, or mutual funds, which I think, is always been sort of the traditional traditionally understood investment vehicle in oftentimes index funds exchange traded funds, will outperform mutual funds, because the management fees are typically lower in the turnover is lower as well, that those funds aren't buying and selling stocks as much as, as your traditional mutual fund. But when you talk about an index fund or you talk about an exchange traded funds exchange traded fund, where that fund will actually be based on a particular market like energy, or financial or tech, or you can buy the broader type of index funds that it's going to focus on something like the entire it, and p five hundred. So it really does depend on on what exactly you're looking to invest in, if you want something to focus on a particular market versus something that focuses on the market in general. It would make sense to, to think of it this way. If you're going to invest in the NBA S and P five hundred index fund then that fund essentially is going to match the performance of the S and P five hundred over time you're gonna follow that line. So instead of having to pick individuals thought you're just getting that whole basket in automatically over time, it's going to it's going to match over time how that how that hasn't performance, which means always up maybe more modestly than speculating on oil or whatever. I just a quick stretch that graph out there. Look, five ten fifteen twenty years. I mean, the trend is clear. The SNP goes up now there are some bumps along the way. But that's why we subscribe to that longer term view, because the facts are the facts and over the longer term view that market does go up. I remember when oil was one hundred bucks a barrel. I was heavily into oil stocks and thought I was a genius. Real funny. The real thing. Completely out of our control the price of oil, you know. Right. Right. Jason Moser motley fool on the line positive, Sean, your penetrating question. Yes. So I'm looking to up my dividend exposure in my portfolio as I'm doing my research, specifically at what point is a dividend high enough to where it should be a warning sign or a red flag and more, generally. How do I tell if a between a dividend trip like, what's a dividend trap something that, that's a good dividend? But a bad stock overall what, what should I be looking at for that? Yeah. Typically, we look at any company that's going to pay you three percent yield or better as kind of something we're looking for, for the longer haul oftentimes, you will see companies where they're yielding seven eight nine percents of higher dividend yields tend to be like master limited partnerships or reits, real estate investment trusts. And the reason why they offer that eight yield is because perhaps, there isn't the same opportunity in the fixed income market, which I think would be very reflective of what's going on today. But when you see those higher dividend yields, I think that you need to approach them with the question of, how can they afford to pay this in can they afford to continue paying that level of the dividend over time versus something like McCormick mccormick's spice company where they've been in business forever? They have a presence in virtually every kitchen in the world. It seems like and they pay an affordable dividend over time that they, they won't ever have any avenue. Trump's going out on you. There is something called the payout ratio, and that essentially is the number the amount they pay dividends versus the net income, but they bring in that payout ratio gives us a good indicator as to whether the company can afford that. Did it end over time payout ratio? Is that your term is that kind of an industry term that I can kind of look into that's an industry term that you can certainly look into Jason. I've got to cut you off because I feel like we're I think we're getting too far into the weeds just in layman's terms. Yes. So if a company's paying too high dividends what's going on there? Well paying too high of a dividend could mean a number of things they're trying to boost that dividend. Get shareholders more interested, or perhaps that share prices come down, which is going to make that yield go up in could mean any number of different things. But it also oftentimes a higher dividend pertains to some of those markets, like master limited partnerships, or even read sometimes energy companies, where they tend to offer a higher dividend. When times are good. But when times get bad, then they had trouble affording that did it end in it's reflected in the share price there as well. Fair enough. Jason Moser senior analysts for the motley fool. He finds stocks to make money tells the world about them Jason, it's always informative. Thanks a bunch. Thanks guys. You got there is a perfect example, right, there so people like to be in cool stocks and you feel like a coup guided mover and sugar. But McCormick spices. I mean how boring a company is that cloves Jack delicious yesterday delicious tomorrow? He's right. Every damn kitchen in the country has got McCord..
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"Investigating a fatal shooting near Alvarado hospital in the college area at about six twenty this morning. Police got word of shots fired on Alvarado road east of SDS you a fan. A man was found who had been shot no detailed description of the suspects is available. But three black men were seen running from the scene. The county is considering expanding Ramona preserve and north county park. Supervisor said public hearings for June fifth for possible expansion cloudy and sixty one Lindbergh field and the Padres. Visit the Braves this morning at nine ten AM seven sixty talking breaking news now it's Armstrong and Getty. Moser is the senior analyst for the motley fool my like this line. He finds stocks that make money and tells the world about them that's a good one right there. I appreciate it. And I appreciate Jason Moser from the motley fool joining us. Now, Jason how are you, sir? Doing well guys. How are we all good? It's always fun to talk to be a stupid way to invest. I realized and you probably don't run into the situation. But if a person said I'm going to invest in one stock I'm just going to put my money in one stock long horizon Manatt retired for decades. What should I put my money? Wow. Just one stock and we've never really recommend that. So I can give you one eagle though one. Do you want to invest in in one asset you could invest in the index fund ETF that represents the entire S and P five hundred index fund that's essentially getting exposure to all five hundred companies Indian dex in the form of one so so-called share? So you could buy shares of that de index fund really throughout the rest of your life and be investing in does. It make probably be easiest way to do that. Does it make you wanna drive your car into a bridge when you hear TV and radio people talking about the Dow and Leslie? I don't know that I want to take it that far. But I think you raise a good point in that historically, the Dow has been used as benchmark, but as times of change, certainly it's a little bit less of indicative of our overall economy, at least at least as pertains to the five hundred five hundred is typically of the benchmark we use when we measure the investments that we make because it's such a much better cross section of the overall economy today, the Dow is very limited only thirty companies in that index and how about an hour, and how about hourly updates on that even the Washington Post this past weekend at a do away with the daily hourly Dow reports I mean what what is that? Well, those are those are news entities that I think are just trying to fill time in order to help their advertisements businesses flourish. But yeah, we certainly don't event that way. We we incur investors who are members of Scribner's to focus on taking those longer time rises three to five years even longer for. When you can take that approach. Patience is really one of our biggest advantages time is our biggest friend when it comes to investing. So you don't pay attention to those day to day movements. Go up and down focus more on the business. And as long as the business is performing well that that should help you sleep at night. Somebody help me remember to get back to index funds in a moment or two. But now seems like a perfect chance to ask the following. Jason what do you think of quarterly or or worse monthly reports that companies have to put out and the way that that turned in my mind stocks into mostly speculation game as opposed to investing in solid enforcing all companies to think, short term, more importantly. Yeah. You make this a great outsor- vacation. That's something that we talked about a lot here, the fool is, you know, these companies they required to file able work every quarter on the state of the business. They found that ten Hugh report which tells us what's going on in the business over that over that three months stretch in most companies will then release a press release of and also having earnings call in a lot of times, you're right that that sort of short time line forces these management teams to think a little bit more along those lines as opposed to focusing on making decisions that are better for the business a little bit more long term. So I think a really good example recently run shake the guy who founded of an era grid to see opener for quite some time. It eventually Pinero was made an offer to get bought out. They were bought out by private private entity. So they're no longer public, but Ron shake listed that one of the biggest challenges was having to deal with that Corine and cold around madness of just meeting. These are the. Wall Street benchmarks that hamstrung than a little bit in in making better long-term focus decision. So yeah, I think companies generally speaking would rather be able to just go about their business and eighty report every year, but some companies definitely they'll release a ten q or something. But then they won't really have a call in order to go further into the state of the business berkshire-hathaway being a very good example there, of course, Warren Buffett is a very much in line with that long-term Saiki. But there's no question about it. When you see these companies that are reporting every quarter, Wall Street lays down his arbitrary inch. Mercy it make it difficult for these businesses to make long-term term. And then you get stupid reporting. You get the same sort of stupid reporting from the same stupid people that are giving you hourly Dow updates telling you boy apple way off this quarter with their projections of Pnn people's minds during Apple's struggling when they may not be at all. That's exactly right. And we tell everybody got past the headlines in enemy whenever we're doing our research into these companies in their quarterly reports. I mean, we're not going to these articles that are written on financial websites. We'll go into the actual source the documents that the companies published and then we're able to make our own assumptions and decisions based on what we're reading there. But typically, those those those Honey angel media sites, and we a financial media, you're at full dot com. Oftentimes will throw a headline up there that is not necessarily a good indicator of the state of the business and really kind of internet age clicks, or what dictates a lot of a lot of business. And so of the more clicks the veteran in what better way to get clicks than those crazy headline voice, so true. And so many areas these days, we're talking to Jason Moser, the senior analyst for the motley fool about you know, how to see through the smokescreen most financial reporting and work. Getting close to the moment where mega investor positive Sean gets to ask one question than he is allowed. Just quickly. We're talking about index funds. If you could only do one thing an index fund more or less reflects the panoply of Stockton companies on the entire index. That's the ideas. You don't you? Don't go heavy oil and firm, you just got a bit of everything. Is it still true that index funds almost uniformly outperform the more specialized ones? Would you describe generally speaking? I think generally speaking when we talk about funds because there are a number of different types of funds mutual funds, which I think is always been sort of a traditional traditionally understood investment vehicle in oftentimes index funds exchange traded funds will outperform mutual funds because the management fees are typically lower in the turnover is lower as well that those funds are buying and selling stocks as much as as your traditional mutual fund. But when you talk about an index fund or you talk about an exchange traded fund me, they're pretty fun where that's fun will actually be based on a particular market like energy, or financials or tech or you can buy the broader type of index funds that it's going to focus on something like the entire S and P five hundred. So it really does depend on what exactly you're looking to invest in. If you want something to focus on a particular market versus something that focuses on the market in general. It would make sense to to think of it this way if you're going to invest in the Indians and P five hundred index fund, then that's onto centrally is going to match the performance of the S and P five hundred over time, you're gonna follow that line. So instead of having to pick individual stocks. You're just getting that whole basket in alternately over time. It's gonna it's gonna match over time. How that it that hasn t performance, which means always up, maybe more modestly than speculating on oil, or whatever I just a quick stretch that graph out there. Look by ten fifteen twenty years. I mean, the trend is clear the S and P goes up. Now, there are some bumps along the way. But that's why we subscribe to that longer term view because the facts are the facts and over the long term view that market does go up. I remember when oil was one hundred bucks a barrel. I was heavily into stocks and sought I was a genius. That's so funny. The real thing. Completely out of our control the price of oil. You know, right. Jason Moser motley. Fool online positive, Sean your penetrating question. Yes. So I'm looking to up my dividend exposure in my portfolio, as I'm doing my research specifically at what point is a dividend high enough to where it should be a warning sign or a red flag and more. Generally, how do I tell if a between a dividend trip? Like what's a dividend trap something that that's a good dividend. But a bad stock overall. What what should I be looking at for that? Yeah. Typically, we look at any company that's going to pay you three percent yield or better as kind of something we're looking for for the longer haul. Oftentimes, you will see companies where they're yielding seven eight nine percent of higher dividend. Yields tend to be things like master limited partnerships or reits real estate investment trusts. And the reason why they offer that big yield is because perhaps there isn't the same opportunity in the fixed income market, which I think would be very reflective of what's going on today. But when you see those higher dividend yields I think that you need to approach them with the question of how can they afford to pay this dividend in can they afford to continue paying that level of the dividend. Overtime versus something like McCormick mccormick's spice company where they've been in business forever. They have a presence in virtually every kitchen in the world. It seems like and they pay an affordable dividend over time that they they won't ever have any avenue. Trouble out on Sean. There is there is something called the payout ratio. And that essentially is the number of the amount they pay dividends versus the net income that they bring in that payout. Ratio gives us a good indicator as to whether the company can afford that dividend over time payout ratio is that your term is that kind of an industry term that I can kind of look into that's an industry term that you can certainly look into Jason. I got to cut you off because I feel like we're I think we're getting too far into the weeds just in layman's terms, if a company's paying too high def dividends what's going on there. Well, paying too high of a dividend. Could mean an number of different things for they're trying to boost that dividend to get shareholders more interested, or perhaps that share prices come down, which is going to make that yield go up immediate could mean any number of different things. But it also oftentimes a higher dividend pertains to some of those markets like master limited partnerships or even read sometimes energy companies where they tend to offer a higher dividend. When times are good. But when times get bad, you know, then they had trouble affording that did it in and it's reflected in the share price there as well enough. Jason Moser senior analyst for the motley fully find stocks to make money tells the world about them. Jason. It's always informative. Thanks a bunch. Thanks, guys. You got there's a perfect example right there. So people like to be in cool stocks, and you feel like a coup guide and move and sugar, but McCormick spices. I mean, how boring company is that Clovis Jack delicious yesterday delicious tomorrow. He's right. Every damn kitchen. The country has got McCoy. Expires in it. And will for the next fifty years. Probably. Yeah. And it's not an exciting stock, but probably great company interesting. Why tell you what oil exploration companies I'd buy those stocks up up up by thought I was a genius..
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"Finds Kyle guy the right corner. Driving from the corner into the paint finger over the front of the ribbon. Good for tile guy. These got seven four Auburn trailing by four forty to thirty eight twelve minutes, relating this second half, the flips over the doubting down the right wing little crossover has to back out. Harper are pro underhand McCormick mccormick's splits. Two defenders high off the window on the right side. Mccormick splashes that one down forty two forty. It's a two point advantage for Virginia with eleven forty to go the way Virginia plays the man to man emerges Welby zone. I always say that man to man defense. The biggest myth in the game team. Support makes it as. With fifteen shoot guy at the right elbow steps. Back from their jumper. Good for Kyle guy. Baby. Start to feel it a little bit get the shot. Do. It was good as he backed up before forty full forty four. Exactly. It's an interesting tug of war going on here. Ten trying to limit dribbled Bennett Trason. That's what all has been able to do because of three point shot hasn't been affected an in Virginia executing well offensively at the other end report going down, the baseline, drives it by the day. Reebok kicks out to the Andrei hunter hunter has to pick up his dribble gives it back to four boys. The David rim protector. Over this department really threw down clock kicks it out the guy. Dumps it down to the little bobble lost the ball and reach it found as he tried to gather himself, Dan, Jill pure for reaching in commits his personal foul as adult take us to time out ten thirty nine remaining.
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"We've got three fifty six to go here in the first half of play the number one Carolina North Carolina Charles day, two point lead over the five seat. Auburn Tigers thirty three to thirty one games. Got a little raggedy of life, though. PJ six turnovers in the last three minutes both teams with seven third stout. And it's really strange looking at the statue Auburn sixteen ten points in the you would think the bigger Carolina team would be doing that second chance points also in favor of Auburn. They're not shooting the three that's what they live by their five for eighteen. The looks pretty good some of them contested longer Carolina players, but Auburn clearly convert threes at the pace they're used to do it. If they want to get this one tonight obvious problem for Auburn in their offense has been ball movement at Carolina really getting in the way of some of their passing lanes back. We come to play with the Tigers attacking the basket on our left. Doughty leaves back behind its McCormick McCormick. Who had a big impact in this game? When he I checked in with the dribble on the right side. Comes around the top of the circle driving shot off the glass. No good for the rebound and widely comes down with that. He's fouled on his way back up. They're saying no shot. Luke maye is called for the foul. And they're saying it was no shot. Everybody standing at the line for shooting. Both the other ficials thought it was two shots. Jerry did not Jerry. The other two guys told me he was shooting the boss. Gotta be two free. Throws Bollard acquiesces so Austin widely to the free throw line right now. Fires a shot was around the Renault. Good. Just fifty nine percent shooter on the season for the junior from Hoover, Alabama Austin Wylie from all burning garrison Brooks from Carolina played together on the south west to leak a first time they played against each other is the second one. Also, Scott speaking your furnace. Those are the first attempt to free throws for robbery tonight. This on the payer. So it's Carolina by with the basketball up on top Johnson, catching shoot three. And he got it. I point to the game for Carolina's leading scorer and North Carolina by five now, he's got a stroke. He has been so hot averaging almost twenty points per game. The last eleven coming in. Kiki head of the circle now for Auburn. Varnish side. It's in the hands of doughty back to McCormick will set the last three minutes to do well to keep this close going into the locker room, the Cormack topanga what he hits on a bench shot with contact is he headed toward the baseline. The other way white gets his pocket bickford behind at Auburn steel, they slided ahead. Brown leaves it. Behind doughty shot is up and good and auburn's back with an appointed thirty six thirty five their quickness in the way, they create steals is really impressive. White fires back behind for may who drives down the lane shot. Good. How? Hits the deck on the contact from Austin widely, but he's going to the line with a chance at a three point play. Has been the steadying influence for Carolina. Second team all ACC this year after being a first team all ACC player as a junior. He's put the ball on the floor and repeatedly shot over smaller. Tigers trying to defend him. Rebounding streak of light. He's got three tonight. But he's averaging thirteen per game recently. This is other free throw out a chance you cap off to three point play. So Carolina's lead remains thirty eight thirty five to twenty to go in the first half. Auburn Tigers are the basketball Cormack back behind for Dunbar. At the foul line nothing. There throw throw Keith. Now, go back to the top at Brown. Awfully quiet. So far now has evolved House-passed behind McCormack's makes it nice shock lockdown at Ford performance. Gotta take a long three pointer at it's no good. The rebound falls into the lap of Cameron Johnson headed goes to white white driving shot. No good. But he is fouled and go sprawling the photographers and the back support. That's back behind them. He gets up. Okay. Kobe whites going back to the free throw line. Jay mccormack. They listed six. Brought I don't think he's even close to that. But in addition to being really quick, he's really got some hops when he goes into the rib clydes up there. He's got his hands on a couple of weeks. Parts again with that very big hair stands up online. Fires. The first hits. You know? It's never too early to start planning for the twenty twenty NCAA men's final four, April fourth and April six Lanta. Visit NCA dot com slash MVP tickets, but apply for your seats today. I don't think all going to roll over. But I really believe it's important to bring you back into our.
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"Taken by Tennessee's Turner. Turn it breaks it up. He wants to take it away by Bryce Brown to onto Brad kicks to McCormick mccormick's baseline drive. Now rally doughty and Auburn will slow it up out high. Bruce Pearl directing traffic from the sideline the former head coach at Tennessee. Now going against the SEC championship. All the way doughty county drives down the heart of the lane puts it up with a right hand. No, good rebound put back. Good by Spencer added Tennessee rebound, a Williams Spitzer had to put it up quick. Because the ball on the first shot did not hit the rim. I don't think he had his feet settings off balance. We tried to take it up Tennessee downtown with the basketball, one thirty five to go in the half Scofield between the circles to dribbles picks it up hands it off Bowden baseline jumper and out from seventeen feet altered clear zip. That did everything but drop one twenty to go. Cormack stops on the highway with a left hand drilled at the waist now. He penetrates down the middle of the lane kicks to the corner. Doughty hope it three carpets aboard. But laid a foul at it's going against Auburn. They're gonna get four as Spencer his first team seven. So we will walk to the other end for a one plus the bonus who's wrestling with down there. Bessie Williams walking to the free throw line for the one in one. We'll be grant Williams. Provider to stay tuned for the halftime report with Jason Horowitz. Jason will have scores and highlights of other championship week action. That's coming up at the house. Bret Williams Eighty-three percent shooter. Free throw up at he mystic badly off the left side. Oh my goodness. That almost hit the backboard for. Yeah. Hit the ramp nowhere near Auburn rebounds. One minute to go with a half Auburn up. Thirty one Twenty-one Bryce proud dribbling around the stops. And picks it up at the head of the key dumpster, the elbow KiKi OTT one dribble. Ten foot shot leading Indo good ball bat rattle KiKi gets the mess. And that he's fouled as he flees. It back toward the goal. They're going to call that on Jordan vowed at his second of all that free. Throw KiKi picked up the rebound. He was working -cerned about Scofield who is in front of him. The bowed thought maybe he can reach in and knocked the ball lose. But in doing so KiKi across the arm. So chew Chuo KiKi the sophomore for the land of Georgia. First free throw is good. Every other player the rotation for Bruce Pearl is a junior or a senior. Oh, KiKi the load softball Spencer back in out goes widely for the Tigers. The four minute Mark. Auburn had one offensive rebound, their aggressive nature, attacking the basket. Scrambling the Tennessee defense they Dow picked up three offense rebound that time. He misses the second yet. They still get some production on that possession. So wanted to throw KiKi Auburn up eleven thirty eight seconds to go in the house, Tennessee as George bone left-hander over to the free throw line. The ball is stripped by Bryce Brown. It goes out of bounds off at Tennessee. Another turnover. That's twelve now for the tears here. The first half price Brown did an excellent job. Again. He initially gets beat by phone. I'd love to talk of Bruce Pearl about whatever defensive drills. They do because they hands of the Auburn Tigers or spectacular. They are especially price Brown. He's been wreaking havoc. But also their effort on defense. You hear coaches all the time talked about it's not the first effort a second effort to third effort. And that's exactly what Auburn has done here. This first half two seconds different shot game clock, thirteen to shoot over with the basketball up eleven McCormack all the right wing picks up the dribble going down block extended. Oh kiki. He backs doubt. Scofield turns around twelve foot fater, short rebound, Tennessee, four seconds left. Williams crosses the Todd talked about bound. The horde, Sal, while at least maybe for Tennessee into the locker room, even though they will trail thirty to twenty three till the Auburn Tigers. Well, you saw the Auburn Tigers. After the the hesitation look at the clock. Just long enough to figure out how much time was on the game clock. Delayed their reaction to get back because of that. And the fact that Williams actually got the rebound and put it on the deck, and then passed it up allow Tennessee to get the ball up and at the rim and be able to lay it in right before the clock expires, Tennessee. Just two field goals over the last eleven minutes. They trail by nine at the break. Thirty two to twenty three is the score Auburn leading the volunteers. What we return Jason.