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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | Last month

"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..

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:38 min | Last month

"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.

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Obviously, the buckets. Just a gives us a little little in our throats to talk about him and Brady in Boston these days, But, um The Super Bowl winners, but I'm wondering if he is still using CBD and if it's legal now To use just CBD on the body without taking it internally on and I think that there's nothing really crazy. They're so you know, what's the issue? What's the real issue here with doing what is the issue? Well, the issue is Mark is that probably the issue is probably the pharmaceutical industry. They're not thrilled about the CBD stuff They're trying to get into the They're trying to get into the whole story as well. So you know that Zatz another part of the story. Um, I think it's so interesting that that we're we're seeing that and we're hearing about it. But, you know, I think it would be Such a a game changer. Um Game changer for the country to embrace. The use of CBD for pain topic, Lee Topic Lee and went to take a quick break. We will be back in just a moment. We're doing a cannabis Roundtable CBD Cannabis Roundtable with none other Then our wonderful mark McCormick McCormick Goldman. And Goldman McCormack dot com is the website and we'll be back in just a moment. I'm Frankie Boyer. This is cannabis Talk A to Z and educational Odyssey. Stay tuned. Uh, you've been listening to cannabis talk A to Z and educational odyssey with your host, Frankie boy. You don't sit behind a desk every day to earn a living. You're out and about making it happen, And sometimes you get a little bit behind on your paperwork. You know, like bookkeeping and paying your taxes. It's easy to get behind and paying your taxes. It happens to the best of us. And you know what happens next. The big bad I rs comes knocking on your door. When that happens, you need to call the good old boys at the tax doctor. Let them do what they do Best deal and negotiate with the I R s So you pay the lowest you can in back taxes that the law allows..

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Astros batter A's 9-2 to complete four-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Astros batter A's 9-2 to complete four-game sweep

"The the Astros Astros dominated dominated the the athletic athletic sweeping sweeping the the four four game game series series and and winning winning the the finality finality nine nine to to two two Houston Houston outscored outscored Oakland Oakland thirty thirty five five to to nine nine in in the the series series Jason Jason Castro Castro Kyle Kyle Tucker Tucker and and Chas Chas McCormick McCormick all all homered homered and and the the Astros Astros are are off off to to their their best best start start since since two two thousand thousand one one Yuli Yuli Gurriel Gurriel added added three three hits hits and and two two RBIs RBIs McCormick McCormick says says they they played played really really well well all all weekend weekend honestly honestly we we discretion discretion from from page page one one to to the the last last page page of of the the whole whole series series but but I I mean mean we're we're we're we're a a great great team team you you know know defense defense offense offense we're we're all all just just click click in in for for these these four four games games D. D. as as a a starter starter phone phone for for for for the the third third time time in in Oakland Oakland history history and and the the minus minus twenty twenty six six run run differential differential is is the the worst worst since since nineteen nineteen fifty fifty when when the the team team was was in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Riley Riley on on Oakland Oakland

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

14:21 min | 1 year ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"A film. That's going to be released later. This month. Called the post about the Washington Post and a particular episode in its storied history that went to the publication of the Pentagon papers secret papers that that revealed what was going on inside the government and in many cases things that Were hidden from the American people about Judgments that were made. It was very very Controversial tell me about the big deal. Yes we'll keep it there Tell me tell me about that film well with Steven Spielberg directed. It's really the story of how K Graham came to be k Graham and it just happened. All publisher of the Washington Post as well as Newsweek and television stations. And it all just happened to occur in the same week and in order to be not just the the figurehead but also the owner and the publisher and the person who made the decisions Katharine Graham. Had to decide whether or not to print stories about the Pentagon perhaps on the threat of imprisonment right The New York Times who had run a. What are we run? These huge stories on it was shut down in fact. When is it enjoined? What is the word they were enjoined from publishing any more by the government by the Justice Department? They were shut down by agents of the president of the United States under the auspices. It's treasonous to to publish this report. That essentially just tells what happened since one thousand nine hundred forty seven. I think that I think the actual report would was. It was already five years old That it existed and there wasn't secret plans in there that wasn't battle plans. No one's lives. We're going to be right by the publishing of the papers. You would just like. How did we get involved? It was it was a asked to be prepared by the Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara. Because he says we're in this mess. How did we get here? And it was just the story of how we ended up in Vietnam. The Washington Post found their own copies of enough of the pages in order to can in order to print their own stories on the Washington on the Pentagon papers. But the threat was if we do I we committing treason if we do. Is the Justice Department going to lock US UP BECAUSE WE'RE We Are we're We're committing a crime. Based on what the government was saying so the assault on the First Amendment was pretty basic. The assault was you could take. I think you could almost take away the rest of the constitution. But as long as you'll have that first amendment everything else could probably be defined by it freedom of speech freedom of freedom of the press. The first yeah. They came up with that number one the other stuff they should think about that but those those things alone and you had the president of the United States who is trying to shut down literally trying to keep from publishing Richard Nixon Richard. Nixon was and. That's what tyrants do that's what crappy communist dictators do the in the smaller countries on the other side. This would banana republic dictators. Do they shut down the newspapers they keep them from printing? Whatever stories it is. I think it's interesting David because the questions as we talk about this movie. It's all about fake news right. There's always been fake news. When they wrote the constitution of estates there were there were daily newspapers that printed. You know one side of the story without any regard to what the truth is they have agendas and they've always gone out and tried to tell only their side. What the story is it sometimes outlet outright lie Frank Sinatra fought against fake news for crying out loud between Gossiping and the real the tools of delivery though are more sophisticated now more pervasive and sometimes hard to try while it comes back down to what what facts are you going to choose if you if you if you read about like for. I just heard this thing on national public radio. The history of the Pizza Gates Story. The Comedy Needs Gate Story. It's madness. How only story trying to link Hillary or linking Hillary Clinton a fictitious plot around sex traffic sex trafficking of young kid as in Washington and at some some guy came up there believing that story two and a half million people read it. Some guy came up there with a gun. And you go back. You go back to the news organizations that that published or broadcast or talked about that story as though it was a fact nearly resulted in a guy with a gun. Shooting up a bunch of people in a pizzeria in suburban. Washington. Dc. That's an example of there was no fact there so the idea that you can look who is a guy that ran the Chicago Tribune during World War. Colonel McCormick McCormick right. You know. He was He does his own versions of the facts and that was that was a tradition in American journalism earlier. As I said it's just the pervasive -ness of it. Now given the tools that are available with social media they by the polarization on cable television. And so on but this movie. What is your hope? What is Steven? Spielberg's hope Steven. He's the boss. I'll take yours okay. The point that it takes is is this is that we are not the United States of America without the First Amendment Freedom of speech means you get to say whatever you want to say outside of screaming fire in a crowded crowded theater because people can die. That's not freedom of speech that's a crime freedom of assembly means you get to get together and hang out all you want to with whoever? You want to burning down a synagogue. It's not going to be allowed by that. But short of committing crimes and assaults. You get you get a simple with any groupie one to any religion. Freedom of the press requires the same sort of absolute that you. We live in a country where we are able to publish in. Anybody gets to say whatever they want to based on. I think an individual contract that you're Oregon has with society as a whole if your contract is we're the new. We're not only get the truth but we're going to double and triple check it and we're GonNa go a far distance so that by the time you read. What our What are what are what our findings are you can have? You can have a huge amount of a confidence that due diligence has been done. Then you can decide whether or not it's important so it is a current issue as you know a well. It's because the president has targeted news organizations that have printed things that he finds believing convenient on. Cnn Fake News. He he did indeed and the Washington Post and the Washington Post and other news organizations as well How much does that concern you? Well as an American it concerns me. Because it's monkeying around with our Constitution. It's relatively obvious. I think what what what what is trying to go trying to go for it when you tear down these institutions into a level of so. You can't believe anything that is in any of them that raises the stock of those agenda filled other institutions whatnot. So that if you can't believe them that means you get to believe some of the other stuff that is in these and so what is happening. Dilution dilution of the Great. You know they're throwing dirt and oil into a bucket of bucket of water so it all becomes undrinkable after a while and when conspiracy theorists ends up having the same amount of purchase as twenty-seven you know reporters who are trying to get to the bottom of records that exist somewhere trying to determine what was said about Vietnam in one thousand nine hundred fifty six nine hundred forty seven thousand nine hundred sixty three well. Then you're monkeying around with. I think what the United States of America has been based upon which is the great freedom to say what you want symbol with who you want to and read and be be informed by those people that you want to turn to now. Because we're not you know. I think what the current administration is doing. I don't know that they're saying we have to shut them down so they don't publish anymore. That would that would bring the president did muse about pulling the license of NBC which he has not which he doesn't have the power there is. Some question about this antitrust zoo. There is that there is that but he's doing. What is happening is something that is more subtle and more insidious and I think has more fingerprints from other totality other governments in the past who have said look. We can't shut them down because that will cause outrage but we can denigrate them we can we can. We can call them names. We can tell we can tell people that they those are not the facts. What's that's what he's saying you you got into. You were criticized by some back at the beginning of the administration. I think I shared your view when you said I don't. I'm not rooting for the president. To Fail Yeah And I I thought back to at the beginning of the Obama Administration when I was in the administration rush limbaugh at. I'm rooting for the president to fail. And I thought particularly at a time of national emergency. That was terrible thing to say. And so I felt you know the next president that same presumption we're now ten months in. Where do you think how would you evaluate him? Well when when we were at back in the golden months of last October you know before the election. People stick microphones in your face. You Think Donald Trump's gonna get a little bit and I said I just I was one of the case. There's no way you don't you don't elect a guy like that president of the United States and I thought that all the way up and I said something. You know Glib or flip. If that's going to happen well you know what and aliens are going to land on my front lawn. Dinosaurs are going to wear capes. It was silly answer for something that was impossible. But if you're long well if I had said if I had said instead if that happens we're going to neo. Nazis are GONNA hold torchlight parades in in Charlottesville and Pocahontas jokes will be. We'll be said in front of the Navajo Code talkers that would have been just as as hellacious imagination as as well we have do you. How what role do you think? The entertainment industry played in inputting. Donald trump in a position to become president of the United States. I think there's an US versus them kind of thing. I think a lot of times. There's preaching to the choir that that That can come out of the the Hollywood The Hollywood machinery I think is a lot of times stories. Are you know incredibly easy? In order to in order to show how good guys always win. But I think it's also part of the of of the transit and the and the a bit of divide. Let me just say it's ironic to me. Because if not for the apprentice and that vehicle that he had He likely wouldn't be president of the United States today and yet he also benefits from the from the disapprobation of the media of the of the entertainment industry I should say Hollywood. I watched the EMMYS and it was a real beat down on down and my and my thought was boy. This is probably helps them with his support. Does I think so because at the end of the day it's dog piling degree of cheap shots. I will say I think we have to admit this though something something profound came out of that election and that is the rules were smashed. The rules no longer applied you could man. A candidate could say outrageous things and not be penalized by it when it came down to the voting booth and you can look at it. As though some aspect of it there was a national referendum that had had enough of this ongoing political continuum that was always say the right things always feed your base. Never always say just glittering generalities about who whoever anybody because you don't want to offend and that is translated. I think you don't WanNa tell the truth about what your opinions are. Here's a guy that you can't stop telling should speak his mind. Yeah Yeah and you. What could come out of that? Well what good head could come out of that is on whatever other side of the of the of the political divide. You'll start hearing people speak their minds and unfortunately it seems as though the only people who have done that so far are folks who norlander running for office. Who aren't part of the WHO aren't part of the political combine. That you know is a business in self show business for ugly people. You've talked about yourself as a lay historian here. You gave an answer in an interview recently. About where you think we're going And because there is a there is a sense of UN settlement of unease about where we are in the sense that well this process some Rubicon and we can't get back and you quoted a book Jay winnick wrote in about. Oh yes called April April April eighteen. Sixty five and tell me about that..

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Talk in prose and let you know. It is April which is national poetry month McDowell. Those a disgrace to the poacher. But my goal is to memorize one poem from Robert Frost and or one poem from Waldwick. Jack I got a better set up for you. I actually wrote you a surprise Haiku snacker. I didn't tell Jack this before. The pod ready to hear this thing ready to go ahead. Here's this next. You'll hear Chris very nervous. We speak you. Listen but what do microphones thing. Is it their teaboy? Bravo snacks. Tweet it out tomorrow. That's actually really good. In the meantime it also happens to be national. Tv binging months. Yeah poetry's gray. Tv binging is available for everybody right now and they're all doing also it happens to be part of the national launch your randomly named streaming service season. Which is going on right now exhibit AAC quimby which launches April. Fix Your Binge on your phone. It's five bucks a month but they want with Casper Mattress. Dial Ninety Day for retrial is a generous free trial. I think it's going to have all of America's customers for at least ninety days number two you got. Nbc's Peacock Launch April fifteen only for comcast cable users doesn't launch April fifteenth and then in July. It's happening for everyone else. Who's human being? This is the only place you'll be able to get parks and REC parks and REC. Emmy office I think are leaving up not too shabby and then finally rounding all this out for the season you've got. Hbo Max to be named HBO. Max COMING OUT IN LATE. May At fifteen bucks a month sounds pricey but let's be honest it's not. Dv H they can get away with a lot. We're not going to give you a raise. Janna because we're now adding onto the national crisis is that friends is not available to stream on any platforms until HBO Max Launch. There is literally like a friend's hole in the economy right now going on. I know an editorial note to the The people that HBO. Maybe you should have moved up. Your launch date from late. May to like right now because we can all really us. Hbo Maxim France Hall. The marketing team. This seems to be the moment. In the meantime we're going to sprinkle a little bit of context on what's going on with. Hbo Max that you should definitely know. Hbo USED TO BE A part of time. Warner and Time Warner got acquired by. At and T. Couple years ago in two thousand eighteen so facto transit of property that thing that means. Hbo is owned by a t and t the telecom company right and HBO's leader its longtime leader was a guy named Richard Pleasure. Who's responsible for? Game of thrones not bad. Why impressive little lies and a whole bunch of other top shelf binging content? The only problem was after. Hbo GOT ACQUIRED BY AT and T. The NEW AT and T. Corporate Parent wanted to change the beautiful. Hbo. He basically said we want more quantity less quality. Be More like that. Flex they're like. Can we stretch out? This game of thrones dating spin off with wives of West arose going on my third day dragons. Who Am I giving my dragons to so Richard Platt per was basically like I'm out of here that's the plumper left in the meantime just yesterday. Hbo Max Finally announced a new leader for Warner media which is at and T.'s. Division doing a lot of stuff like streaming video which is HBO. You got movies. Which is Warner Brothers and cable? Tv CNN TBS. Enter Hulu founder. Jason Co are taken the position. Pretty sure it's pronounced killer. Jason Killer nickname their run with Jason Jack. What's the takeaway for our buddies? Who are definitely not TV over at HBO Max. At and T. Is An old school company. That really need some new school town. Eighteen knackers it. Ceo and COO are exactly what you'd imagine the to look pretty much NBA holding conservative suit. Where Time Company and streaming is the future of media but they don't have the streaming town right now to jump on that Future Lar- Aka. The killer was at Amazon for nine years before founding. Hulu in two thousand seven. Which was a godsend to nick and me when we were freshmen year roommates at Middleburg streaming a real large amount of family guy in that thing in the meantime who's become owned by Disney and NBC and Fox jointly right now who just owned by Disney. But it shows that killer knows how to handle like different power people in the media industry as important our buddy Jay. The killer had this court in two thousand eleven. That basically summed up the whole thing. It was a criminal. History has shown that incumbents tend to fight trends that challenge their established ways and in the process they lose focus on what matters most customers. At and T. Needs a little bit of this guy snacks. We get a little update here. We're a little over halfway done today. Snacks Daily Pot. So if you're doing snacks challenge and seeing how far you can run in the first one episode exhausted all right time to turn around and run back and you gotta go back. Take a water break. Do yourself a favor. We're going to hit our third story. Mccormick spices is having a seesaw Korean. Economy Moment Little Bit. Good Yup a little bit of bad. It's a see saw moment. Snacker every kitchen should probably have a drawer stuff with McCormick. You know your mom would want it that. I can't believe this is a publicly traded stock on Wall Street. You've got aggressive kitchen real estate. We're talking Oregano turmeric curry paste coriander seeds. We've got curry powder. I have no idea why because we have the seeds. Knicks always picking the fancy stuff. I like this Real Essex Salt and Pepper Combo back for like ninety nine every grocery store. Knacker is a little spoiler alert. Here Jack. Scott. The taste buds of like a three year old. Turtle Connoisseurs Bison now. This company is proudly based in Baltimore Maryland since eighteen eighty nine where. They've been making spices mixed with Lacrosse. Sticks from like the Solvent School State Law requires a fifteen minute. Break every four hours of work so you can sprinkle some old ban. That's a critical thing now. The biggest flaw on the resume for McCormick is the one thousand nine hundred sixteen. Us Borough of chemistry investigation were investigated for black pepper purity problem. They called us at McCormick pepper and they don't like talking about him. We've actually shouldn't even abroad. Most famous product of McCormack in my opinion is old bay which is like in the state constitution of now about a quarter of its business is not spices but like condiments right they got Franks red hot sauces made by McCormick and French's classic yellow mustard. The rest of its business is like some fancy kind of custom stuff going on that you wouldn't expect them to be gotta section of their website bragging that they've teamed up with IBM on artificial intelligence. It all seems like they're overselling because basically they're just like helping you can cock special sauces like McDonald's special sauce if you're the cheesecake factory you need Salinas. Sprinkle on your stuff. You're going to the guys at McCormick. The earnings report for McCormick and its annual report. They show a helpful breakdown of the business. This is funny thing. We noticed about the annual report though. Is They actually show? What's in the gift bag for all the shareholder in ten dis and last year they were giving away truffle. Salt just want to point that out as an adorable detail to include an annual bar. The other thing we noticed when we jumped into the earnings report is that they love saying flavoring. The future pretty much as often as they can say this we noticed that McCormick is always playing a supporting role in whatever it is. They got a big picture of Sushi. But then the little sesame seeds there by McCormick. They got a delicious looking chicken leg with the barbecue sauce that McCormick spice third cameraman at the end of the movies. Like please wait till you see all the credits. He could see my name. Deborah you see the second thing. We noticed that was helpful. Is that the businesses pretty evenly balanced. If you look at the earnings about half of its business is homegoods sales like to you and your pantry and then half of its business is away from home like restaurants and caterers. Now it's expecting some interesting differences between the two for example. It's expecting double digit sales growth for home consumption business because there's all sorts of pantry. Hoarding going on because people are cooking at home during the recession and during the public health crisis but restaurants sales for McCormick are expected to plummet cheesecake. Factory has furloughed like its entire workforce. It's telling landlord is not even GONNA pay rent. Even mom and pop restaurants are shutting down and knock cooking. That means less spices that McCormack selling out to restaurants and other right so good business for the bad business for the away from home overall. This is a net negative for McCormick because it sales are down to percents. So Jack what's the takeaway for buddies flavor and flavor the future over McCormick McCormick's experiencing a classic see-saw situation knackers see-saw situation. You're gonNA start seeing this Yang Yang in around with a bunch of other companies right now. One side of the business is surprisingly surge in the krone economy but the other side of the business plummet four example. We've noticed pay pal seen a surge in people wanting to digitally or with touches payments but that's offset by the fact that fewer people are buying things in general overall transactions. Are going down so snappers when you hear that. One company's business is living. Its best life in the krone economy. Don't just settle for that information. There could be another side of the story where part of its business living. Its worst like sick. See-saw Situation Jack in your whip the salt and pepper and tell us the takeaways over there. Carnival cruise is cannot borrow money or accept bailout funds from the government because it's technically Panamanian impressive move to dodge labor laws and taxes. A really bad move if you eventually needed a bailout. Hp MAX LAUNCHES NEXT MONTH SODAS HBO. Max's new top guy. The founder of Hulu Jason Collage. Hey there killer. At and T.'s. And Old Media Company that needs some new media town energy four third and final story. I can't emphasize this. Salt and pepper is the best products of McCormick. It's been seizing scrambled eggs. Since the nineteenth century half of his businesses gaining half is falling it's a classic see-saw situation now snack time for a snack back today. This one sent in by Catherine Bill. Who is doing incredible work as a position in Detroit? Yes Detroit home of Henry Ford Hospital which fun fact is where my Nanna was born. We've got fun. Facts on snack bags. Inside of this Tax Katherine tells us the first ventilators crucial medical device that is in huge demand to fight cove in Nineteen. The first ventilators came out in nineteen twenty eight and they were known back then as iron lungs but there. I use back then was patients who were struggling to breathe because of polio. Interestingly those polio ventilators they use negative pressure but today's ventilators use positive pressure. GonNa leave it at that because we don't know what that means. I am glad Catherine is the physician and not US smackers. Love being with you today but we want to see you tomorrow at Three PM. Eastern with our snacks breaks. You can register at our B. N. H. E. DOT co slash snacks dash and to make it as easy as possible. We threw up there right in the description of today's podcast. You can click register. We will see you tomorrow. Can't wait this is Jack. I must confess I own stock of carnival. Cruise the robinhood snacks podcast. You just heard reflects the opinions of only the host who are associated persons of Robinhood Financial Llc and does not reflect the views of robinhood markets. Inc Her any of its subsidiaries or affiliates. The podcast is for informational purposes. Only and is not intended to serve as a recommendation to buy or sell any security and is not an offer sale of a security. The podcast is also not a research report and is not intended to serve as the basis of any investment decision robinhood financial LLC member Finra SIPC..

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Hey to step to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb. And I'm Joe McCormick McCormick and we're back with part two of our discussion of whether or not Santa Claus is technically God at least according to the most common criteria used by cognitive science of religion Now we had to break this discussion to because it went so long. And now we're treating you to the second half of our conversation about God's our brains and Santa Claus we hope you enjoy enjoy as we jump right back in okay so we've been talking about these criteria that Justin Barrett raises. That you will find common to pretty much all beliefs. In God's among religions you find in the world that God's tend to be counterintuitive in some way often minimally counterintuitive that. They tend to be intentional. Agents that they have strategic information that they in some way act in the world and that they're capable of motivating behaviors. That reinforce I believe Oh. And and that's one of the thing. We should have emphasized. I guess we didn't. Is that the most important thing about the behaviors that the gods motivate the rituals. Whatever is that the the motivated action most important to this system is that it reinforces the original belief itself right? Yeah because that's how it continues. Its it's it has to sustain itself through that yes so I was just thinking to myself. Okay these these five criteria. What happens if we apply them to certain fictional entities entities that either claim to be God or are believed to be a god of some sort within the fiction take goes Gazarian for instance one of the best? So it's it's a minimally counterintuitive concept. You know it. It has agency sure it does a lot of stuff but does it offer strategic information. I don't know if it offers it. I think it probably has it. Yeah I also the the only good example I had this is that okay. I mean certainly. It has strategic teaching information because it can see into your thoughts. What mental pictures? You are filling your brain with so I think that would count. It also has information that the world will be destroyed a by itself. So that's that's that's worth having I guess like is Godzilla. God does God's zillow possess Strategic Information or well well I don't know I think that's all it's just a big monster right. Okay go go Zor. The goes aerienne comes from another dimension he like. God that makes Godzillas Zillow makes marshmallow Godzilla. Exactly together form of Godzilla. Right okay. The Big One with the goes does it offer motivating behaviors that reinforce belief. Maybe I mean it seems only concerned with the opening of the doors will allow it to destroy the world as it destroyed other worlds. I don't know I think the case is maybe a little weak but conceivable. I just realized I was calling goes or a he. I'm not sure goes or as a he goes. There might be a she or or or neither gender. I'm not sure yeah I I think goes through his gender-neutral even though it does take the form of of a feminine figure in the in the movie. And I think but I think in the original script it was going to be played by I pee Wee Herman right Oh wow as it goes. Her transcends are puny concepts of gender right so we talked about as thoth has off a AH thought however you WANNA say it earlier. I think this one fails because it lacks agency and I'm not sure it actually acts in the human world at all. I think it's supposed to be just just entity out there in the void and it's just supposed to be frightening and terrifying. It's out there at all. Okay Sutter Kain from John Carpenter's in the mouth of mantis checks all the boxes okay. He's a human that becomes a God but then he's got. I mean by the end of the film. There's no questioning it. I gotTa Watch that again. It's it's it's pretty solid one of my favorites okay. Here's one we have to discuss and this is one. We talked about in greater detail on a past episode of stuff to your mind. That was a while back. Yeah the Flying Spaghetti Monster her. Okay the Pasta Ferry and concept which granted is kind of a a it is it is a counter religious argument. It is the idea that it's brought up. It's kind of a contrary concept right. Well it's another one of those. That's obviously a joke. At the moment you hear it right. You don't have to investigate like do you. People seriously I mean you just know instantly. It's a joke and again that's a clue that there's like. There are some kind of intuitive constraints. On what God's are supposed to be like right. I mean his the fine Spaghetti Monster. I think the biggest flaw might be that. It is not minimally counterintuitive. It is it. It has to counter into to counter intuitive. Like God is a potato right but on the other hand I do think it checks off a number of the boxes he has detectable actions agents and they see it but they seem to be limited to the creation of the world and also the changing of scientific measurements with his newly appendage. Right Changing radiocarbon dating Well I guess another thing is the question of whether people sincerely believe the things you're talking about to meet these criteria area or just propose them obviously ingest because with all these fictional examples. You I mean you're thinking of ideas of where you can create a something that meets all the criteria and yet obviously still is not a legit God found in the world because nobody actually believes nobody actually worships goes or I mean this flying Spaghetti Monster is is an interesting case though. Because I think it's probably safe to say that nobody actually worships the the The Flying Spaghetti Monster. No one truly believes believes in the flying Spaghetti Monster but at what point does the current concept of the Flying Spaghetti Monster at what point does is it at least partially transcended. which point does it get one newly appendage over the line into God hood well if you go on with the joke long enough you'll start to want to find meaning in it? Yeah it always happens. Yeah I mean there's something to be said in the main culture with the on that count I believe. I think that's absolutely true. I think it's also true. Watch any irreverent TV. Show long enough eventually. Get sentimental. No it's true. I mean people want to start finding meaning in the chaos of humor and satire. Yeah that's a good point all right. Well let's bring it back around to Santa Claus at this point I I just want to recap a little bit about Santa Bell. You know want to go. I don't want to go into a four history of Santa Claus but it's interesting to just remind everyone where the concept came from a few years ago. I chatted with eight Adam. See English chair of the Department of Christian studies at Campbell Campbell University about the evolution of Santa and Santa Scholar. Yes he is the author of the book the Saint who would be Santa Claus the true life and trials of Nicholas of mirror that any in this book. He pointed out that the modern Santa Claus bears almost no resemblance to the historic origins of a fourth century Christian bishop leadership and his continued evolution reveals a great deal about modern culture This interview used to be hosted at stuff to blow your mind dot com but right now stuff to believe dot com exists only in a very stripped down form. But I'm GonNa just read a few quotes here from the the author Adam see English wrote to me and said quote I in most obviously Santa has been scrubbed of any religious identity. I think that is something I think people notice. When they see the European old world Saint Nick's who are dressed like bishops with a mitre stole? Ecclesiastical vestments a crozier staff and many times. He's wearing a crucifix or cross on the neck in contrast Santa has been domesticated commercialized and universalized or secularized. Depending on your viewpoint the minor has been softened often do a into a floppy for trimmed stocking cap. The vestments have been turned into a red I suit with white trimming the stole into the big black belt in in the crozier staff into a large sack of toys. Even his name is under gone change. Santa Claus is an Americanization of the Dutch center. kloss which is just saint. Nicholas his other name. Chris cringle is the Americanization of the German Austrian Chris Kindle or Christ Child Oh Martin Luther attempted to replace Nicholas as the gift giver with the Baby. Jesus the Christmas gifts come from the Christ child. Well Chris cringle the religious segment with Chris cringle the religious significance Important to their has again been lost though he continues quote the first depiction of Nicholas in America by The New York Historical Society showed him as has a stern bishop in the European fashion but within fifty years he transformed into the Magical Elf. Who drives a sleigh pulled by reindeer and drops down chimneys And then also. He drove home that there was never a once upon a time pure religious Santa Claus. Christmas has always been at blend of the sacred and the secular popular Taylor in the solemn commercial and the familial also he points out that You know a lot of it also dates back to our beliefs. He said that In Pre Christian Times Times the Greeks they celebrated LINNEA Romans had the Saturnalia in late December as well as the the bre. Malia Germans hunted hunted and feasted at Yuletide. The Irish had arisen day. So you have all these different Midwinter festivals and they all involve a lot of Maryland feasting. It's CETERA. Okay well this introduces some difficulty. Because if we're talking about evaluating whether Santa Claus meets the cognitive science of religion criteria of God Mhm What Santa Claus do you go with you go with like you know Saint Nicholas or do you go with like some kind of You know as defined in some traditional work or do you try to to gathering gathering the great tapestry of different Santa Claus stuff out there today and and and consider it all together and put together A. I don't know album. Yeah and this is a problem that that barrier gets into the paper. Because I'm WHOA 'cause really on one hand you could. You could really cherry pick from global global and historical Santa Claus ideas and concepts and then choose the the descriptions attributes that best support your case. If you're saying in God or are you saying not a guide you could point to evidence to support it so but but first of all Barrett just says okay. At first glance he thinks Santa meets all. Oh five criteria first of all. Santa is minimally counterintuitive. He's a flying jolly old kind hearted man. He's like his grandfather Christmas. Also Santa is an intentional agent. Santa Santa has a mind Santa wants to do things. He is not an inanimate carbon rod right also. He possesses strategic information information. He knows if you've been bad or good he accident detectable way he leaves gifts or even a note in some cases and he motivates reinforcing behaviours..

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Please call today so in the beginning story. I know pick up okay because will and grace for actually calling for a blacklist that if anybody in the entertainment industry attended a fundraiser in beverly hills later this month they wanted to know the names messing mccormick did so. We don't work with them anymore. Well hollywood blacklist. Listen long history and we went over this yesterday. I'm not gonna do it again but the idea that if you support president trump and you work in the entertainment industry you should never work is about as fascist and anti-americanism organisms. This is what these two were espousing. Let's just put up mccormick mccormick's. Hey the hollywood reporter kony report on everyone attending this event that trump fundraiser so the rest of us can clear about who we don't wanna work with but now mccartney's at all no i was misinterpreted. Here's the statement today. I wanna be clear about my social. Media posts just been misinterpreted very unsettling way. I absolutely do not support blacklists or discrimination. Any kind is anyone who knows he would attest. I typically like to understand what trump's major donations are coming from which is a matter of public record holding myself responsible for making educating a form blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah bull market sadie obscenity bull. You're not telling the truth mccormick. You're not you you want a blacklist so whoppi goldberg who yes far-left but not a loon lie bail bears uh gobert not here's what she says go listen why last time people did this people ended up killing themselves. This is not got a good idea. Okay lists your your eyes of who you don't wanna work with. Is your personal business. Do not encourage people title to print out list because the next list that comes out your name will be on and then people will be coming after us in this country. People can vote for who they want to. That is one one of the great rights of this country. You don't have to like it you we don't we don't go after people because we don't like doc who they voted for. We don't go after them that way very good statement from we'll be over right and so now the left is turning on the far left the uber hyperloop again. Please read of the column. Title of the trap listened to my appearance sean hannity on a radio today all that great stuff okay back on final foot. If you are over

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:30 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"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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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"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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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"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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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"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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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"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.

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"The waiver wire play the waiver wire pull the waiver wire. And you do you have the women's league update you do? So last week super smart Rachel who crush me in the first round the playoffs. And I mean crushed destroyed me lost to lawyer, Alex. So lawyer Alex number one seed moving onto the finals and in the other division CSI Christie, barely edged out four hundred Christina seventy nine to seventy seven two point differential both and so CSI Christie goes to the finals Laurie Alexey as I Christie, it'll be a one seed versus three seat interestingly both with ten and three records so really strong record throughout the seasons. Deep leagues very very hard to win consistently shout out to them and good luck in the final. Congratulations to everybody involved the man's and women's league finals and finally our staff league on ESPN, which is a a in. It's a conglomerate of the best and brightest here at ESPN, Mike who is in the championship game. Yeah. It might be a shot at ourselves because none of. Of us are in this game. Shout out to Ken Dhabi. Retired Ken Dhabi is higher. You can let pressure all your energy, right? No question. He'll take on. Jim mccormick. Mccormick crush me around the playoffs too. I thought I had a good chance because I had a pretty good team all year and his team is have the right time standings were kind of crazy in this one. They were both. They're both in five. But we had what is it six eight and five teams we had a nine and four map own one-seat six eight and five teams and actually Matthew was one of them and he had the fewest points. So he was the one that missed the five teams. He's the only one that was map bone it. No, Barry, Harry, because they met only was awesome. Got it. And he's just nut at and four. Okay. Time now for our congratulations to everybody. That's made it the championship weather. You're in one of those leads that we just talked about or you're just playing your league at.

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"The waiver wire play the waiver wire pull the waiver wire. And you do you have the women's league update you do? So last week super smart Rachel who crush me in the first round the playoffs. And I mean crushed destroyed me lost to lawyer, Alex. So lawyer Alex number one seed moving onto the finals and in the other division CSI Christie, barely edged out four hundred Christina seventy nine to seventy seven two point differential both and so CSI Christie goes to the finals Laurie Alexey as I Christie, it'll be a one seed versus three seat interestingly both with ten and three records so really strong record throughout the seasons. Deep leagues very very hard to win consistently shout out to them and good luck in the final. Congratulations to everybody involved the man's and women's league finals and finally our staff league on ESPN, which is a a in. It's a conglomerate of the best and brightest here at ESPN, Mike who is in the championship game. Yeah. It might be a shot at ourselves because none of. Of us are in this game. Shout out to Ken Dhabi. Retired Ken Dhabi is higher. You can let pressure all your energy, right? No question. He'll take on. Jim mccormick. Mccormick crush me around the playoffs too. I thought I had a good chance because I had a pretty good team all year and his team is have the right time standings were kind of crazy in this one. They were both. They're both in five. But we had what is it six eight and five teams we had a nine and four map own one-seat six eight and five teams and actually Matthew was one of them and he had the fewest points. So he was the one that missed the five teams. He's the only one that was map bone it. No, Barry, Harry, because they met only was awesome. Got it. And he's just nut at and four. Okay. Time now for our congratulations to everybody. That's made it the championship weather. You're in one of those leads that we just talked about or you're just playing your league at.

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Bought at center ready for change. He'll lift it in big save bass Leschi Mehta McCormick mccormick's after this pot. But instead it's picked up by kalani lobs it out to center ice that was well done bounces into the Ottawa zone. Shebab? They're left wing Bobby Ryan three to lightning. What six fifteen left in. The second Ryan wheels into the offensive zone. A pass will deflect high slot shoots. Shoot saved by lots with the glove, and he holds on other Chabad got as much on that shot as he would've liked to the right six and seven left in the period. Three to lightning got shot away was looked like a knuckleball to invest Celeste. He made the save with it's catching up, but just earlier boy, I'll tell you McCormick cata. Great chance. Puck comes right into the slot. Shoots. And vacillated ski comes across and deflects it into the mesh where his pad. He shot that back across the green. Exactly that can be tricky for goalies when they're Molly. The left. Yeah. Defenses on fees. A win for Sara Lee from Duchenne, but a battle for the puck Coburn is able to dislodge in your comes Matthew Joseph out to send a three and two. Maybe Joseph across the line left circle to spend behind the Ottawa net. Chabad is gonna leave it for Bobby Ryan or pass blocked by Sara Lee quick Canaccord holding into the zone left circle of corner. Anthony, Sara Lee, he's pinned by Chabad. Sara Lee looks to work at free to Lord surly comes up with it. Anthony, Sara Lee at the right circle. Sara lee. Cycles it back to Cologne in the right corner. Three to lightning in the second warrant keeps that puck moving for Joseph, right circle. Why? Joseph. Quickey shot four goals now in the year two tonight. He's got three points in this game. Makes it forward to lightning. Aegis nap that took the puck across the top of the faceoff circle to the left abandoned and this not that. In which the rally standing in front of the net with another one. I don't think Anderson saw at all. And beat them up over the shoulder the right shoulder. One a shot. Go Poston in the four goals have come in the last four games. Making up for all those chances that he had in the first month of the season. Sure. Danilo to center ice and Tierney works at in lightning. Now, the two-goal lead themselves circuit. Is check my body..

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I mean, really at this point the game. I mean, this mccormick's twenty billion dollar company, and they just digested a pretty big acquisition not too terribly long billion for buffet. That's chump change. Also, he's he's an have to pay more than that. I mean, but still I mean that would be basically chump change, but it would just be such. It's such a Berkshire Hathaway style business to my mind in we were talking about this Molly for money this week to write about how the Kraft Heinz numbers aren't looking all that encouraging. We know that Berkshire Hathaway has connection there in to me. It was just like, you know, then McCormick mccormick's been going the other way. Big. Maybe maybe now he'll finally take a closer look because McCormick is doing a lot of things. Right. And they really have brought that Rb foods acquisition into the family that that that has panned out nicely. So it's a bigger. Now than than it was you know, a year a year ago. Emily what he thinks. Well, I like a little Berkshire and my tech whether or not that's realistic to happen. You're going to think that you have to Jason's on the show after I say this. But I would love to see. Berkshire grafter a company like Teluk somebody who's revolutionizing. And how cares Jason. Hey, You you to to say say that that. we didn't talk. I was actually surprised Jason to bring it up and self. So that is very techie company. But I think it's long overdue some activity in the healthcare space for Berkshire for years. I have have wanted. I don't think it's going to happen. But I have of course have wanted. Berkshire to buy Costco, Charlie Munger. The vice chairman is is on the Costco board. But buck Hartselle one of our colleagues, and I were talking before handed. He kind of food the idea said buffet, not not huge on retail. So maybe that's just a pipe dream. But is that even retail now, I mean, I, you know, work with her because that is one of those great membership businesses out there that we have membership models, and really it's three Innis and the show. I mentioned Costco, mentions of Costco, or tell about for the first three minutes. No, I agree. I don't think I don't think it's just retail. It's more of an experience. It will. It is. I mean into to to that point. I mean, they have relationships with travel agencies and insurance companies and whatnot. So you you do get a lot out of that membership in the end, it's a big company one hundred billion dollar company now that would be a big acquisition. They can do it. But that would be a big a big one. I like the McCormick thing though. I think I would go McCormick. And I bet I bet he would go McCormack before before cost. Don't get me wrong. I'm happy to just let my McCormick shares just sit there and keep on appreciating in value over time. I mean, I'm just saying if I was there in the Berkshire boardroom, I probably would have lobbed that at all. Twice with with maybe television as well. Okay. Well, let's move on. And let's talk some lows lows is closing fifty-one underperforming stores. That's twenty in the US thirty one in Canada. Now, low still has north of two thousand stores in North America. So Emily still a big company, but what's the story here? Still a big company still the number two player, and the D Y, I kind of home improvement space. So I don't think we're seeing a Sears here. I don't think we're seeing all store liquidation. But it is always interesting in concerning to investors when you see store closers, I think what's happening is that they're finding they're just over saturated. And the space said they have more stores in their largest competitor. And the number one player in the space, Home Depot, and they're doing less.

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"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mccormick mccormick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Time around Jennifer McCormick has more to say on why she plans to step aside. A state superintendent more on that coming up. Fifteen state employees are being charged with stealing over a million dollars in state funds between them that. According to US attorney, Josh Winkler, the to charge of stealing the most money, Jacqueline, FitzGerald and Monica dirt who worked for the Indianapolis local public bond Bank. He says the two women stole four hundred thousand dollars over the course of several years. Another woman charged is Nicole Lowry and key one wanna that's in Pulaski county in northern Indiana as the county's EMS director, she's charged with pocketing twelve thousand dollars in training funds in a press conference Winkler said state employees need to understand they work for the people. Not the other way around, you know, a little more about why? Dr Jennifer McCormick McCormick is not running for re election a state superintendents in there. Dysfunctional, and it's very disruptive. And it isn't what's best for students. It's just unfortunate. She's talking about the structure of how the state overseas the education of your children. She says there are too many hands on who wants a say in how the State Department of education makes decisions and implements policy. They are a lot of cooks in that kitchen right now, which makes it very very difficult. So I'm not a firm believer in having a lot of layers of governance because it causes confusion. It's not efficient. She says she would consider running for reelection of many changes were made between now. And when her term ends coming up a denial from Indiana house speaker Brian Bosma and McDonald's is removing preservatives from its food, but not much else is changing because of it. Chris Davis reports next on ninety three WIBC coming up on Tony cats today, the president called into FOX and friends, and it was amazing. I've got all the highlights for you in three minutes, you live and eat and one of the fattest states in the country, even though it's your own business. What you eat. You're getting more info to help you make decisions. That are right for you. Chris Davis reports..

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