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"npf" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

06:35 min | 9 months ago

"npf" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi. This is mike adams. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams on agriculture. Coming right up through the years. You've really kept up with the times. You're on social media like like dislike block maintained your health ten thousand steps. I'm a beast. You even programmed your own smart home in ten minutes. Remind me that. I'm a genius in ten minutes. I'll remind you that you're a genius. If you can do all that you can definitely say for retirement. Just go to. Ac retirement dot org a free online tool sponsored by aarp. That can help you get on track with your retirement savings no matter your age at hp retirement dot org. You'll need although the friendly digital retirement coach and in just three minutes get personalized recommendations to help boost your retirement savings. They're easy to understand and work with your lifestyle. It's quick easy and free. Plus it's brought to you by. Aarp so you know they got your back. You are a genius. 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So you know they got your back just head to ace your retirement dot org and make your plan to start saving for retirement thanks. That's ace your retirement. Dot org a message from aarp and the ad council in every day and progressive farmer editors are posting unique original content to their website at bt npf dot com bringing you the latest news and information. You need for your day to day business decisions. Their award winning news room covers markets news and weather while also providing insights crops cattle equipment technology and more. You'll find innovative topics like would you plant soybeans. In december experiments go to the possibility of boosting yields with only planting want to save time. Learn how through autonomous machinery system. Will there be a surgeon feed prices and pointing one. What's today's weather forecast for my arm. The editors of progressive former are committed to deliberately essential intelligence. Farmers need every day. Help your business be more efficient and profitable visit. Dt npf dot com today recently on adams. Mike steen hooke executive director of the soy transportation coalition before we get into what's in their for infrastructure. It's kind of set out to get the one point. Two trillion dollars for roads and ports and waterways bridges and broadband to get that. They're going to have to pass another three and a half tree. And as much as i understand the need for the physical infrastructure. If you and all that other on there it seems like a pretty high price to pay the worry if the economy is that. We're actually going to be overheating rather than under heating and A legitimate question to ask is is this defined to keep adding trillions of dollars of spending on americans. What normal people would do. They would say great. We've got an area of consensus and agreement. Let's it but no it washington. Dc as they say we've got an area of consensus let's attached and controversial things onto it and make a passage of the consensus issue contingent upon the passage of a controversial portfolio for the information. Important to rule america. Join us on adams. On agriculture gentle breeze blows across your face as you take a refreshing sip of water appreciating the stillness of another morning fishing on the lake. The distant gurgle of a stream reminds you of days spent playing in the creek. The cool clear water rushing between your toes. You love this time of nature the feeling of putting everything on hold to connect with the world around you now. Imagine it's all gone. No fish no lake no water. One of life's most vital resources. Irreplaceable depleted. time is running out to protect freshwater and without our love it can and will disappear. It's our choice. Love it or lose it. Help protect our freshwater visit worldwildlife fund at wwf dot org slash love. You're listening to a. Oh a adams on agriculture. Hi this is. Mike adams you can rely on us for the latest farm and ranch news from around the world information. America's farmers and ranchers need to know on a now back to mike adams and we welcome back to the program. Steve since key. Ceo the american soybean association. Steve good to talk with you again. Good morning mike. Great to be with. You wanna start on biofuels. We've got a situation where we're still waiting for our levels to be announced We see the administration push for electric vehicles And at the same time as we see fuel prices up at the pump they ask opec to pump more oil and and help us With the with the situation here after all these years of working to lessen our dependence on foreign oil and biofuels being at the forefront to helping us do that and accomplish that what are your thoughts is he seeing administration now ask opec to produce more oil instead of getting foot more behind and fully supporting our.

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"npf" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"npf" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi. This is mike adams. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams. On agriculture coming right up progressive farmer bring producers the best content in agriculture each day our editors post unique content to our website bringing you the latest news and information. You need for your day to day business decisions. Dt and progressive farmer provide insights throughout the year. Two questions like what is the outlook for form yields. In twenty twenty one will feed prices surge. What about land prices. And what's today's weather forecast for my farm for more intelligence like this visit. Dt npf dot com informing america's farmers and ranchers. That's our goal at each week day. You get an hour of the latest takes from people who know agriculture the policy makers in the people who have the inside scoop on what's happening behind closed doors people who have their finger on the pulse of washington and agriculture around the world is your daily source for all the information. You need to stay in the know informing america's farmers and ranchers. Aoa you're listening to a oa. I'm kirsten rawal. We prices saw some light yesterday. By a one hundred and eighty thousand tonnes sale of we to egypt in a two hundred and nine hundred thousand tonnes sale of to algeria. Both were fall deliveries corn was able to take some gains away from that wheat rally yesterday. Despite the above average pro farmer corn yield estimates and disappointing weekly ethanol production which sent fifteen months low on the board of trade. This morning we are seeing lower prices across the grain and oilseed sector september corn trading four and a fraction lower at five fifty seven and a half since the december contract down seven cents at five fifty eight four soybeans september contract down twenty and a half cent at thirteen thirty eight and a fraction the november contract down twenty one at thirteen thirty two and a fraction for weeks chicago wheat. September down four and three quarters seven thirty two and a half cent. Kansas city wheat september. Down seven and three quarters at seven sixteen minneapolis spring wheat september down for at nine nineteen december contract down to and a fraction at nine o eight and a fraction of sent estimates for the cattle on feed report. Which is out on. Friday are friendly. The onfield average estimate on august. I is ninety eight point three percent. Placements are estimated at ninety three point. Two percent with the range of ninety point seven to ninety five point. Five marketings for july are estimated at ninety six point five with a range of ninety five point two percent to ninety seven percent on the board of trade this morning lower. Livestock numbers the october live cattle contract down forty five at one twenty eight fifty seven december contract down forty two at one thirty four fifteen in feeder cattle september. Down fifty five at one sixty to eighty the october contract down fifty two at one sixty five thirty in lean hogs october down ninety two at eight seventeen the december contract down sixty seven at eighty one forty five. You're listening to a oa. I'm kirsten rall as an organ donor. Your story doesn't have to end the good in. You can live on in fact you could save up to eight lives with gifts. Your heart could keep beating. Your kidneys could keep filtering and your intestines keep on digesting for others. And that's not all you can improve the lives of fifty more people as an eye and tissue donor restoring sight and health. And you're not just helping out. The person receiving the transplant. You're touching hope families with your lifesaving gift register in minutes. Just go to organ. Donor dot gov. You'll be happy you did. Just maybe someone else will be happy to sign up today. Go to organ. Donor dot gov it saves lives. Us department of health and human services health resources and services administration. Hi this is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world information america's farmers and ranchers need to know eight. Oh now back to. Mike adams all right. Let's talk markets with d. t. n. lead analyst. Todd holtman todd it's Crop to season so yeah people out walking fields and making estimates. Have you seen or heard anything. That really changed. What we kinda felt going in. I mean we kind of knew the good areas were good. The bad areas were bad Anything new coming out that that you see as Market moving i would say no For the most part it seems like the tour is Kinda reinforcing that the ideas that we've already had of course Some states there's a little difference in the estimates but overall. I don't think there's much disagreement. We know where the stress areas are and we know where the very good areas are There might be a little Disagreement over just how good good areas are but overall. I think we're probably close to the very same page. We had a dt and digital tour A week ago and we came up with a national yield of one seventy six and a half for corn and fifty one and a half the beans. That was just a little higher than usda but also close to their numbers. And i think probably close to the numbers were against this week from the crop tour. Ultimately we find out when the combines role right absolutely and There's there's no substitute for that. It's it's a good guessing game in the meantime and it's a good exercise And it tests are judgment and what we think we know about whether and all the conditions. But you're right until we get into harvest That's the real deal. There is interest in the august crop report but will really be focused on this september. Crop report won't we. Yeah because usda is going to get in the field and get those objective yield Estimate information out of the plots and so that's always a significant improvement in the estimates that we get and But you know again. I were covering kinda the same ground over and over. Kobe surprised if we see any big surprise in that september report..

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"npf" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

08:08 min | 10 months ago

"npf" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Right up. Pg every day dt an aggressive farmer editors posting unique original content to their website at et npf dot com bringing you the latest news and information you need for your day to day. Business decisions their award. Winning news room covers. Markets news and weather also providing insights on crops paddle equipment technology. And more you'll find innovative topics like would you plant soybeans. In december experiments. Look at the possibility of boosting yields early planting want to save time. Learn how through autonomous machinery system. Will there be a surge in feed prices in pointing twenty-one and what's today's weather forecast for my form the editors of dc and progressive farmer are committed to delivering essential intelligence bombers need every day. Help your business be more efficient and profitable visit. Dtm pf dot com today recently on adams on agriculture. We're joined by jeff. Cooper president and ceo. The renewable fuels association had some setbacks in the courts from supreme court and appellate court on waivers and now on e. fifteen year round sales. The news is all bad. I give us your assessment of where we're at after these rulings and your outlook for the industry now moving forward you know obviously very disappointed in these rulings and they definitely are setbacks but this battle is far from over and the good news on the e fifteen ruling is. This decision. Doesn't change anything for retailers who are currently selling e fifteen this summer. They don't have to do anything different. For now. The dc circuit essentially put a stay on its ruling again. The good news is we. Don't expect the court decision on e. fifteen to have any impact on gallon sold this summer and the retailers ability to sell fifteen Through the middle of september for the information important to rule. America join us on adams on agriculture. Through the years. You've really kept up with the times. You're on social media like like dislike block maintained your health ten thousand steps. I'm beast you even programmed your own smart home in ten minutes. Remind me that. I'm a genius in ten minutes. I'll remind you that your genius if you can do all that you can definitely say for retirement. Just go to ac retirement dot org a free online tool sponsor by aarp. That can help you get on track with your retirement savings no matter your age at ac retirement dot org. You'll need although the friendly digital retirement coach and just three minutes get personalized recommendations to help boost your retirement savings. They're easy to understand and work with your lifestyle. It's quick easy and free. Plus it's brought to you by. Aarp so you know they got your back. You are a genius. Take charge of your retirement. Go to ac retirement dot org now. That's acl retirement dot org a message from aarp and the ad council. You're listening to a. Oh a adams on agriculture. Hi this is. Mike adams you can rely on us for the latest farm and ranch news from around the world information. America's farmers and ranchers need to know on a go now back to mike adams just following up on her conversation with jeannie dunning consulted on broadband for the missouri farm bureau this such a critical area of for the country especially for rural america. I think what happens if you are in an area that has and you're fortunate enough to have good broadband service. You kinda get to where you think. Well probably everybody has it but that is not the case. We have Areas in this country without it in certain areas without very reliable service or high speed service. So and it's becoming more critical in so many ways just in our daily lives and Providing the services that people need especially in rural areas and We talk a lot about the advances in precision egg and things like that well So much of what we can do or hope to build more of in the future revolves around having good broadband service so this is a critical area and steps are being taken. Some states much further along than others but There are still some challenges issues ahead that we have to work on. So we'll we'll be talking more about that issue certainly in the days to come again our thanks to jeannie dunning for being with us for update on that issue. All right coming up. We're gonna talk about some legislation that's been introduced to try to protect fifteen year round sales Now that the courts have ruled against That a ruling by the epa and Where do we go from there here. We're going talk with jeff. Cooper president and ceo the renewable fuels association about that in just a moment all right. Let's go over now. The latest egg equipment sales numbers as we do each month with kurt. Blades senior vice president of services for the association of equipment manufacturers kirk. Good to talk with you again. see we have Some declines in the numbers This time kind of break it down for us. Well tell you what we saw. A decline in a couple of the categories in g tractor sales. But the the real story is we still continue to be up for the year across all sectors this month. We did see some decline at under forty horsepower market. It's been so hot for so long And i think we're trying to find a little on that they're really good. News is that Hundred plus tractors are looking really good. And you know those are Those are tractors and good row crop tractors indication of where farmers attitudes kurt. There's so many supply chain issues now is coming out the pandemic and We know there's some labor issues as well Where are we in being able when a farmer wants to buy a piece of equipment in and getting that equipment to them like well. You left out steel transportation. The other supply chain issued around the around the around the globe. And we you know we're we're finding is that You know the supply chain issues exist in the same ones everywhere else. You wanted to buy frost or you wanna buy a toaster Everything on a little bit of a delay. I will say that You know the best thing to cure the supply chain issues At least as relates to equipment is going to be going to be time somewhat. What i get indications are members. We're just kinda right around the corner From this This this shock to the system sort of and worked worked out I think Yeah he farmers can conceal continue to work closely with their dealers on On delivery and the early orders always help help the matter. But i think I think we're in for For a few more months of tight supplies kind of around the world in this market. Yeah we talk all the time about what stood a man for egg equipment. We in the past taken for granted that The supply would be there but now we have the supply issues can supply keep up with demand. Well that's you know. That's what makes us even more complicated ninety kids that we've got this. This heightened demand chemo came as a result of the pandemic is is adding to the complexity of already tight supply chain. So you know if you look at those under forty bush factors. I know that those are over for a little while and then Yet the league if you're ordering a big piece. Oh come like combine. That might be on order for a little as well. So it's it's like You know two things happening to want. Demand is up there and supply change allen supply chain challenges happening at the same time and that creates a.

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"npf" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"npf" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"I wonder where that connection is because it seems like it's maybe needs to be made more that not only the nationally but the all american league has a relationship with both the npf and this an athlete. United which is you know. Excuse me athletes unlimited sort of a new effort to professionalize women's sports on a bunch of different levels including quote unquote softball. As we know it today. Is there a direct connection. Could there be more connections made into our history Brought back if you will to kind of connect the past with the fledgling stillness of professional softball for women. Today will win. The throwback game with the chicago bandits was was made I was working for the chicago bandits at the time so that was why they did that. I totally you buried the lede reason. When two thousand there was a twenty twelve twenty twelve so so yes so i. You know honestly. I seen in article where they had one of the former angie players throughout the first pitch at one of their games. So i kind of went to them really on a research level to try to get me in contact with that player and then they mentioned to me. Oh you know. We have this internship in. Could we do to turn a kind of foster this connection you know between these players from the past and you know your ban is organization and so the idea came up of heaven turn back. The clock game similar. What baseball does so really I i kind of took the internship. I worked on that game trying to get former players from energy bill together The bands were so common. Dating you know trying to get uniforms created and just trying to help me with whatever research they could. Give me your getting in contact with people that i wouldn't normally have the means again contact with so that was kind of a perfect storm of to people in need kinda getting together to try to you know. Create something for these modern fans to kind of be like. Oh you know what that's cool. You know we have this connection with the past now and maybe we can make this an annual thing. Well there's also the collegiate game. I was watching some Some of the regional action last couple of days the softball tournament for the nc double a. And i it's just it's an amazing array of talent. I mean there's there have to be dozens of schools that are playing division. One all right. So i just the whole idea of the quote unquote modern game whether it be at the collegiate level or at the still fledgling professional level and even olympics right When it when it shows up in the olympics. I think it's gonna stick around now again. It's it just begs for. I think what came before. Like how did this. The level of just you know a pervasiveness. It didn't come out of nowhere right. There was there. Were people in pioneers prior. All this god forbid you can remember or know some of that in you know like i said from the beginning women were embracing this for which is why i feel. You know in some ways you can honestly say softball be a little bit superior to.

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"npf" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"npf" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"C Thanks, Joe Taking a quick look at Wall Street. Everything in the green this hour right now. The Dow is up two points this NPF three. The NASDAQ Up 13 year forecast from the Ramsey Monster Weather Center, calling for mostly cloudy skies this afternoon or highs 36 overnight, the low below freezing at 29, the high 40 tomorrows sunshine Next at Chicago, it eight and ST John's hosting Villanova at nine. Right now. 35. Mostly cloudy from the 77 w ABC News desk. I'm Deborah Valentine. From love, Fox News Radio studios in New York City information. You want proof? You demand it's Brian Kill made. I've been Hi, buddy. Welcome back to the latest edition of the Brain. Kill me show the latest moment. Martha MacCallum. All pumped up for her three o'clock show will be joining us in studio shortly. I imagine we're eventually going to get him ER and Dana Perino right? Because they are free this hour, So I'm gonna put the pressure on hammer to relive some of the magic that we've had on radio. But since he was on at three o'clock Then he was on 9 to 12. He could not do the show. So this is gonna be big. For him. I know about Hammer's career. It's gonna be big, like he needs a break. It means for your time now.

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"npf" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"npf" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The Democrats are doing everything they can. You can't of course vote in person because it would be much too dangerous. What with the Chinese Wuhan Red death, but that communist loosed on the planet and then lied about it. Everybody, a Washington Beatified today, beatify or canonize. I think they deified, actually, if we're looking for the proper word. I think the word might be deified or defecation is what may have occurred over the weekend in the Washington Post. When it comes to their vice presidential candidate. She's already looking for her vice president for her running right now, she she is apparently a much greater and more significant figure than I was aware historical figure. On the level of the Prophet Mohammed of Jesus Christ himself of just superstar. Maybe she is, she is just being beatified. There is a story in the Washington Post over the weekend that had his laughing out loud at home on Saturday. It is its they call it under the head of religion. And it is under the head of religion on page beat two of Saturday's Washington Post. Ah large color picture glorifying What is it now? Camera comma. It's Kamala Kamala Harris. Come along. Therese Eyes. Joe Biden's running mentions the Democrat running for vice president, but really, president, Wink wink. Because you know how this goes. Everything is a lie. Everything is the deception of shell game and the picture of of Carmela Hi Reese is a It's a huge picture. It's you know the size of a human hand, even larger, whole color picture of her right profile, And she's smiling, of course, took a break from cackling. And she has her head tilted back in her chin held high, and there is an American flag behind her. Framing her American flag. Chin held high on the headline is this It's like it looks like a an opening scene from the TV show The West Wing. You know, I think maybe Tommy Schlamme E is behind this picture, and it's a picture designed to glorify and the headline is. Listen to this. Get a lot of this. Get it. People get this embodying the future of faith. That's the headline. She embodies Nash's embodying in real time. The future, which is, of course, in the future ofthe faith, which is, of course, religion itself. This is I talk about this all the time about how this is a cult. It's essentially a religious called They've killed God Evil. Terrible God did not exist would be necessary to invent him and they have reinvented. Got it. I'm talking about this for many years now. And it is him. You'll be surprised to learn that it is then they are God. There they are the replacement religion. And that's what the left has done all over the world. The Soviet Union and China that counted place you find counties North Korea, Vietnam, They trample our religion because they become God they've become of faith. She is the defender of the faith was now you know European monarchs in Britain in particular, but beyond Used to declare themselves to be defenders of the faith. Of course, that was Christendom for most of the time. And then Henry, the eighth wanted a new wife and things got a little complicated. But here is now Ah Kama Kamala Harris Capillaries embodying the future of faith. Younger, religious Americans young They're trying to get the young vote out for the Democrats in the Washington Post. You're not Shim Run, self loathing. You're not Shin Ron typed up this piece for the godless left embodying the future of Younger religious Americans will see in the vice president, vice presidential pick a diverse spiritually They love that we're diverse, a diverse, spiritually background that is increasingly common. They're very excited because You know her mother was from India and her father was from Jamaica. So you know, you get a little of this and a little of that, And then she's married to a Jewish guy. So there you go, and I saw a publication last week already declared him to be the sexiest Jewish man alive or something like that. They hate, you know, brave commandos in Israel. But if you're married to a Democrat politician, then you're the sexiest Jewish man alive because the propaganda machine of the Democrat Party is something that even their forebearers Joseph Goebbels would have been slack jawed in awe about slack jawed and embodying the future of faith they're taking over religion. And their religious leaders are coincidentally, the same people that they asked you to vote for as political leaders. It's going to be a Democrat. These Democrats, they get the fluffer machine. That is just a boy. Oh, boy. Oh, boy, You have never seen anything like it at an amusement park, the fluffer ride that they have For the Democrats. I took many pages of notes over the weekend. As you might imagine, in my hand written form have 3.5 pages of hand written. Andi have lots and lots of stories. And President Trump also on the Fox and Friends television show this morning. Talking to the gang there, and he had some really fun stuff to say about the Democrats and the news media and the post office. He talked about all kinds of things, and we've got some of the audio from that interview. For you. It is. It's great stuff, and we've got the update on today is the beginning of the Democratic National Convention, such as It is in Milwaukee was guns and although I don't know who's actually going to be in Milwaukee, Wisconsin What's the point of rioting? Really? I have here a Democrat. Ifyou're NPF of you're part of one of the parties, black shirt, brown shirt, terror groups. What's the point of even burning Milwaukee? If the if the Democrats aren't even there, there at home in their basements and their bunkers like the Fury of bunker, you know, Joe Biden is little his swimming pools here. A bunker I wonder if the bureau's bunker had a swimming pool. What do you think? I'm probably not. But we've got an update on on that m they've got, you know Michelle Obama and Bernie Sanders Air speaking tonight. They spoke to Satan and tried to get Joseph Stalin to come in by zoom last. I heard they have not secured that, but they're still working on it. Maybe Leon Trotsky would be an easier I think, but they do have Bernie Sanders and they've got the great and powerful Oz in Michelle Obama thinks she's the last speaker. And I guess the networks are carrying one hours that right the commercial, the domestic commercial entertainment networks. That is a beast, CBS and NBC. I think they're only carrying one hour of the Democrats tonight and the other cable networks. I think you're carrying two hours. CNN and MSNBC will, of course, talk about it all day long and Gloria's terms like it's the return of the rights. You're there going to be very excited. They're going to attach their arm bends and goose step around. They're Lucite desks. While praising their party, speaking of their party, lots of violence over the weekend, possible murder in Portland, still waiting for the results, But a man attacked by the mob in Portland beaten to the ground bloodied no police to be found anywhere When he tried to get up. The mob went after him again and Andy No. You may know Andy, No. Hey, is a conservative journalist out in the street documents. A lot of this stuff that CNN diligently ignores covers up Berries. They're very, very corrupt, Fake news organization. Violence in Chicago police injured rioting in Seattle The Democrats continue to destroy American cities and they're looking for your vote on election Day. We also speaking of our corrupt media, and President Trump did speak of them. The Kevin Kline's Smith, the lawyer from the FBI under James Comey, that altered the documents so that it said the opposite of what the CIA had told him. 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"npf" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"npf" Discussed on WJR 760

"If you need some help to 43 05 99 11 call or text there is no cost or obligation for a consultation at 248 3059911 Steve, What's going on, buddy? How are you? I'm doing well. Hi. Just a kind of a relaxing week. Ah. I took a week off and I've been trying to put the finishing touches along with along with my brother on on our our book. Here. We'll have it. We'll have it coming out Nice couple of months and Frank. We got maybe one more week to put into it and when we're done, and that's that's it for me. I'm done with books for They're not easy. And I said I'm done with the bees, books and books and babies. There you go rich our human friends I'm doing. I'm doing terrific, Steve. I gave you credit. It was. Ah, there's a big push. It's going to be good one, too, so it'll be interesting. We still haven't settled on a name of the title yet, but we're working on that. That's that's the last thing we're going to just kind of funny. Haven't figured out the title just yet, but I mean, it is. It's a grueling process. And you just want it to be perfect when you're done with it, So, yeah, I put probably to six months to 68 months and into this one, so hopefully It lives up to the the baby Boomers. Retirement Survival guide. Here you go. Well, good. Yeah. Hope it definitely comes out. We'll be looking forward to talking about that on the show. But for now, I gotta ask you guys Ah lot of conversation this week about the dollar. You know, in the devaluation, and any time that happens, and it's also gold, you know, go to gold. What's going on? Yeah. Yeah, I heard about that two, losing its place as the world's reserve currency to China. It's like, really, really. I mean, in our guy Mike talks about I was talking about that he goes this borders on science fiction. You know, not not happening, You know, And so I just think it's a supply demand kind of situation and the demand was Israel high going back and in this past March Because of that, you know, you're hearing more about inflation and hyperinflation. And just just not the case. And so let me get the gold bugs and and the crypto kids. Oh, I like that. The dollar is going to collapse. Get into gold getting a crypto right now. Oh, my God. Yeah, Yeah. Very, um, You know, it's almost laughable. I mean, I still look at that You got the gold bugs in any of the people that say I'll just stay away from gold altogether, too shiny Pet rock. It's useless. I mean, I look at it as if it's a hedge. I mean, use it as a head when I got to go Jen to this because you were sharing with me just before we went on here. Ah, Warren Buffett's take on gold. So you know the quote. You go ahead and one of my favorite Warren Buffett quotes it's uncle goes. It gets dug out of the ground in Africa or someplace. Then we melt it down. We dig another hole. We buried again and we pay people to stand around guarding it. It has no utility anyone watching from Mars. Would be scratching their heads. And it's true. I mean, if you look at you got the gold box, and I told you so. Look at this year. It's crushing equities, but you you go back 10 years. I mean, look at what the SNP has done. Versus gold, Yet that's NPF. Over 200% Get gold down around 60. It's a hedge, keeping the poor four. It's not going to react like equities deal. Volatility it might go up like we saw were like were seen this year. But it's no more than a hatchet. It's it's almost like we're laughing because it's like fixed income returns like bond returns with the volatility of stocks. Yeah, yeah, Not all. Not all assets, your investments, you look a TTE stocks and bonds and in real estate. You know their investments Because why that they generate value. Something called like profits. And right after all, state, maybe maybe you get rent checks. Maybe not so much with this covert anymore right now, but but maybe dividends. Yeah, they actually generate something. So I mean what Warren Buffett's talking about Golden Silver doesn't have any revenue. There's no castle. There's no earnings. It's it's how even barter with do you chip off a little bit of piece of a gold bar to go hard meat? Let me shave a little bit off very exactly, and it doesn't pay dividends. But does it mean that you should include it in the port foil you could, But our recommendation is probably keep it less than 10% of your portfolio. It's it's just if storage issues. There's all kinds of things that go along with because y, you can trade it. You can. You know you're not having to pay insurance on the thing. You don't have to worry about somebody taking it from you were keeping it at home. And I say that kind of thing. Times of volatility, I'd say up around 10. I completely agree with you. But then you know, once the market gets back on track once we get past everything once we get past this election, we have some clarity. If everything's looking positive, I would probably tell him that down to five, maybe even less. But what you said, is really good. The volatility is off the charts more volatile in the S and P 500. Going back the last 10 years again, As I said it massively underperformed the S and P 500. So I kind of keep that in mind when you start thinking about even though it does it, Coralie, which is great, You know it. Bottom line is the bottom line. That's the performance of it all. And And it just hasn't been a stellar winter. When you look at the historical returns on well, we're going to jump out and take a break. So that's a little bit about the dollar and gold. We're going to come back and talk today on the show about awkward moments as well as some qualities of money. So if you've got questions about anything we've covered so far, you should know what to do by now. Reach out. Get on the counter for a complimentary review at 248 305 99 11. If you're worried about the devaluing of the dollar, or how you're just allocated in general, whether it's five per cent of this 10% of that, like anything, you want to make sure that you're properly Vested and waited in all the different asset classes or at least a variety of things that you're not in too heavily in any one thing, so stick around. We've got much more to come today on the show with Stephen Rich Paul at 2 43 05 99 11 This is the rich Paul show..

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"npf" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"npf" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"It's kind of a wash. It's a push. The very small amount of money, but at least per game it's a lot higher than than the baseball. So one of the things that the NPR you disputing my math. I'm not disputing your. Dollars thirty days is one hundred seventy dollars a day. You've got. Four weeks salary for a baseball guy. Anyway, it would Amanda. Our life is so hard I know. It's a sliding scale right there. The the pay range Andrew NPF. The average is five K.. Yeah. Okay, all right I'm just going to go there on. Bobby just so you know I the N. p. f. was trying to relocate. To the Rosemont area, all the teams were GONNA CO locate in the Rosemont area to play their season now. Obviously, that's happening. It did. But they're not playing. Obviously, we're. Doing it, they're doing it August. I actually just had a conversation about this two days ago. So they're doing. It's actually sounds like a good situation for the players There's GonNa. Be A big. There's one guy I think he's from Florida. Is Funding the whole the whole league? They're gonNA have four teams, and it's going to be point based, so the top four players in the league will from the previous week will draft their teams. Based on based on the girls in the League, and then they'll play that weekend or that week, and then like you get point system based on performance, it sounds like and it will also affect bonuses for pay. Off Like bonuses for the. Drama Girls Get paid, and they're gonNA. Get paid based on like weekly bonuses if your MVP, and so it sounds like a much better situation than what they're currently, and where there's three teams one in Chicago one in Florida one in Ohio, I think. But that is the plan is to still have that I. Don't know if you heard something differently. I just heard couple days ago. That the plan is still have that based out of Rosemont. Which is where my youth program is based out of primarily so. I. The mayor of their of Rosemont is very big in the into the professional softball league. Any does allow a lot to. pump the league up. They do drop pretty well in Chicago comparatively. It sounds like so it would be a good center for it I. Don't know how it's GonNa work I don't know what the logistics are as far as fans and games and everything right now with everything going on, but the is still go forward with it, so it could be an interesting alternative to what MPF is. I love this point system that they're coming up with it's. It's a different spin on sports truly and there's other arenas that are trying this, too. So football we know has has been trying this. On and then a couple, other sports are starting to adopt this whole point system thing which I think is a cool revolution for for the sport. We'll see how that pans out though. NPF's always struggled. In terms of The draw right I mean I. Remember Watching Games where they were playing on baseball fields and I was like the that changes the game slightly. Awkward down. Surface area. Once weird like the flight of batted balls like they're. They don't bounce nearly as high. Am I right on that like they seem to have very like Rowley trajectories already done with grass. You think they'd just basically never be bouncing at all. Yeah, they die completely, because yeah, it's. It's all about surface, area and friction. Physics Fun that I like to dive into an all my mind radiation. You don't WanNa hit a high radiation ground ball. That's how people. Not good cosmic rays just flying at you. It's dangerous stuff. These. A Cosmic Brownie, dispenser and NASA cafeteria. No. I've never seen a cosmic Browning dispenser, though I probably avoid like the plague. Dehydrated cheese ball vending machine. Really put your quarter. turns out some of the. Space Cheese VC. Not. Seeing that, but we definitely had dipped dots, and that's a that was a lovely. NASA invention their. Tang, of course we know as a cool invention and then tempurpedic. There's so many things that have come out of NASA, but the. Most. Common ones too I thought dots wasn't Anassa invention I thought it was just like some farmer, but maybe I missed remembering not. That, you could be right about that I don't know. I always heard that it was a was a NASA thing. We also isn't. This isn't the science behind that? If you if something gets so cold at gets into those little dip in dots balls in that how they do it in space, yes, in a vacuum. Perfect so I'm Jay. Sickly can Amanda confirmed I'm a scientist. You nailed it. Let's get you a PhD. You doctor Bobby Doctor. Okay, so you decide to pass of your opportunities to work for NASA. I did on going back to the end of my my college career. I! I ENDED UP AT D. Two And I had a gap year before that at a community college, and before that Iowa's d want. and My d one Fit. Was Not ideal. So in high school. I blew my knee out my senior year and had to forego any opportunities that I had and I was basically scrambling to find a school to play. And that was my priority. I wanted to play ball in college and get a mechanical engineering degree, and when you're when you're going for a mechanical engineering degree or an aerospace engineering or any engineering degree. You're limited on what schools you can actually play softball at. It's it's a very concentrated very. Intense degree. And I. Nobody warned me of that. It wasn't it wasn't something that was obvious to me because. I I just wasn't warned like you're GonNa, spend day and night doing your education in engineering and Ohio. We're GONNA. Throw softball on top of that and. When I went D. One, I didn't realize that that was gonna be fifty two hours a week of softball. And then you have to do at a minimum to be a college athlete, twelve credit hours, which means that you have twelve credit twelve hours of class time, but then on top of that you've got twelve hours worth of studying. So? Somehow I got to sleep a little bit. Team breakdown that fifty two hours. How does that break out? The number seems high to me. But every college experience is different, so I.

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"npf" Discussed on Ze stoickim spokojem

Ze stoickim spokojem

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"npf" Discussed on Ze stoickim spokojem

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"npf" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Also, you can get our app where you can vote as well are APPA had a great week last week. Our is in overtime that sitting out there, I think the pardon my take state after class. It was a record right? Have we ever done a half hour long? It was more than twenty minutes. So I shot. I I threw a beer back. He threw I said shotgun. I understand that. That's. I keep saying, Mike, you missed the, the beer, chugging, very would big cat, and NPF t was buying drinks for other. That's true. That's true. We saw that and you tweeting about it as well. Don't worry the guy did not miss that, we'll discuss that. We'll discuss that. But with the passing of Bart Starr, the really was only one guy could think of is you on the phone line. So he is. He is the pro football hall of Famer from the Green Bay Packers way back in the day. Obviously Vikings as well. But for the subject at hand, he's, he's perfect. And he's our friend and he's Brett farve. How are you? I'm good rich about you. I'm hanging in there have a fiftieth birthday party. It's coming up Brent. It is coming up, big five. You know, some people are not looking forward to, you know that birthday or you, you know what brand new. I've it's, it's something that I've been told is just a number. It's just a number. You're not too far away from a to yourself. Are, you know, are just couple of months? Art mine comes not. I'm like you. You know, park ball it is what it is. Dan doing nothing about true. But, you know, I do I feel fifty or almost. No, I don't know if that's good or bad. I assume good. But you know you good looks like he keeps self in in good shape right nowadays. People tend to take better care of themselves anyway. Well, you're also, you more advanced anyway, than me Brett, I mean, you're in the hall, you're in a hall of fame. I'm I'm I you know, I just talk about it. And, and you your grandfather bread. I mean your way down the road in terms of things that human beings have done than I'm old land. In some respects, I'm very old and others. I you know, maybe not so much. But I just. Whether you're in hall of fame or not doesn't. Doesn't make me any younger than you. I know I know. So I just wanted to pick up the phone and, you know, obviously mooch I don't know if you saw what he had to say on the NFL network over the weekend about Bart Starr. It was tremendous. It was typical mariuchi just just porn, his heart out that he wears into sleeve for guy who he would watch through chain link fence when he would drive from the upper peninsula of Michigan to go watch Bart star practice with the Lombardi Packers. And I'm wondering what your recollections are of Bart Starr, just throw it open to you? Brett on. Oh. I don't know what else you can say that hasn't been said, by so many people. And, and obviously all those things are, you know, tremendous personality character, integrity, nice thoughtful, and all those through, you know, he was a little before my time it stars watching him play in and remembering him like I do Roger stall back, who was my child, childhood idol, and who I emulated. But, you know, I've said this so many times, you know, when I was traded to Green Bay, I wasn't real sure we're green by was. But I was for certain. I knew who Bart Starr was, I knew what he stood for. I knew that he quarterback Packers in what would they, you know, the as they say, now the gore years and, and just say an icon, I knew that I knew Paul warning, you know, I knew a new really would really Davis. I knew all those guys who they weren't in what they had done. It's so when I got a chance to, to meet bar, and I don't think it was I. In all honesty..

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"npf" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"We have pretty much been there done that on this show last hour in particular, David box Yari came on talked about chugged beers at the books game last night. And he had Arron Rogers back as we see Jess saying that, right? Aaron, you know, he's a he's a better scotch drinker in that, that he clearly as we all know Aaron Ed, the issue of not using gravity as friend. He did it sit down. He didn't hold the Cup bright. Gal making excuses. I'm making. Yes. For twelve I know. And then Nate Boyer was here, the green beret and long, snapper. The special forces long snapper all around eight human. Yeah, exactly just to give voice again about what Memorial Day means and, and what, what veterans are thinking these days and what they're thinking these days is Monday could is gonna be a tough day because they're alive and many of their comrades are not. And they wanna remember them. And if you missed it, please go to our app, apple app store, Google play at the link at the top of our Twitter handle. We'll put a large portion of it on our Twitter handle at rich Eisen show. And when it posts, just retweeted, I'm going to give it a retweeted and just get the word out to a lot of folks this weekend. Is we're going to be losing ourselves in a three day weekend. Chock full of sports game six on Saturday night between Toronto. Milwaukee hoping the bucks aren't to force game seven on Memorial Day, and we're going to be discussing all of this with the pardon. My take guys barstool big cat. NPF t- commenter getting in a car shortly in Santa Monica making their way down. So they should join us right in the middle of this hour..

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"npf" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:11 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Into the apparent wrongdoing. NPF injustice department today, I'm releasing another. The American people deserve transparency, they deserve to know. What transpired at the highest levels of the FBI and at the origin of the probe into President Trump's campaign. Therefore, Mr Speaker, I request the link Doug, Collins dot house dot gov. Ford slash Baker be placed in the record. So the American people can review the transcript of James, baker's interviews. Fat an abundance of caution is transcript has limited number of narrowly tailored actions, relating only to confidential sources methods non-public information about ongoing investigations and nominal personal information. I'll continue to work release as many transcripts as possible, including the entire Mr. baker's interview with the judiciary committee. The American people deserve the truth. James Baker was the top lawyer at the FBI reported directly to James Comey. Numerous officials at the DOJ and the FBI have told us under oath that the F B I. Nobody FBI are DOJ knew anything about the Democratic Party being behind the Clinton dirt will now you have one of the top lawyers for the Democrats and the Clinton campaign who was feeding information directly to the top lawyer at the FBI during before even the Fiso Warren. So so now, you have absolute proof that that wasn't told to the Pfizer court. So you want your your evidence of abuse there? It is right there. A secret warrant was gone again was was placed on an American citizen during a political campaign. And yet the FBI did not tell the court that they were getting this information directly from the opponent of that campaign. This is this is really bad. Stuff. It's it's it's very simple. Just had a it's not complicated. People should know. It's probably not appropriate for a top lawyer lawyer of the Democratic Party to take dirt and give it to the top lawyer at the FBI, right? What you just heard? There was Devon newness and well all these criminal referrals. Mark meadows of North Carolina says that it's going to be a lot more than that eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number one of the reasons we are getting the closed door testimony of Bruce and Nell your and Peter Struck and Lisa page and the McCain aide, and yeah now, I think two of the biggest blockbusters we've ever had which is the general counsel under James coma. The top lawyer at the FBI James Baker. And the things that he's been saying is because they have courageously been given to the public by congressman Doug Collins of Georgia who. Joins us. Now. Are you? Good. How about you? I'm good. Let's go over Baker. A little bit because he thought as as all of us believe that have been on the right side of this that from the very beginning and page struck the closed door testimony that you released on them proves that the investigation into Hillary Clinton in the Email server, and then obstruction subsequent obstruction was real. And he wanted to indict her, and it was go ahead. Nobody I wanna make it clear because it gets to be a lot of things out there on you done a great job of of blocking out night after night. But this is something that needs to be happy because everybody wanted to say this would never gotten Char's. Hillary was always in the clear nobody ever thought about her being indicted or or drug into this. And that's why they were doing the the process like they were. And this was the Democrats talking point Hillary's talking points. But the truth of the matter is a lawyer who was looking at it objectively there after department said. He had every intention that it was going to something happen and was actually talked out of it. Now, we know who the other transcript released that this was being pressured from the probably the highest up of the attorney general down saying, we're not gonna handle it matter. Well, I think what's really important here is that what what the top lawyer the FBI James Baker is saying is that. Yeah, I think there's an indictment here. But I think it gets even more revealing in the earlier closed door sessions and the testimony of Lisa page in Peter Struck because they say a couple of things, but on this particular issue there like laughing at the fact that everybody knew there would be no indictment a Hillary that the fix was in that it was rigged. Because unbeknownst to any of us up told this point you getting out these transcripts up to that point. We had no idea of the level of involvement of the attorney general at the time, which was Loretta Lynch and struck in page or both confirming that. Everything was being run through her office and the F B I had no power and no decision making. And they're laughing amongst themselves in the sense. Yeah. This is going nowhere. They're all Democrats. They're going to they're going to cover this up and they did. So they they knew what was going on. And what that does to me in my mind raises a lot of questions about Loretta Lynch. Now, we already knew she improperly met with Bill Clinton on the tarmac in Arizona, supposedly Forty-five minutes talking about grandkids just days before the department of Justice was to render their decision on the mid year exam investigation into his wife. He's talking to Loretta Lynch. Totally inappropriate. And we know that Komi testified that when he met with the attorney general he was instructed not to call it an investigation, but a matter and now struck pages saying that she controlled the whole thing. Well, it is. And I think what's interesting if you go back to the folks who. Want to say the transcript like that? They can get that out there now on our Twitter. We put it out we wanted. Everybody to see this pages on the day. One transcript we were lead their own pace thirty around thirty two Baker actually said he was concerned freaked Freetown about this mid-year examines what they call. The Clinton investigation was being influenced by political decisions and that was coming in coordination with the techs were later revealed by struck and page. This is important because everybody you can't take these in separated parts the transcripts the tax the other things that are all here give inside into what was actually happening. The techs give you the sort of the behind the scenes look at what they were thinking as then come forward in the transcripts as it was being, you know, set for this was Baker this again, the highest attorney was freaked out in his own words about what he was seeing about the political nature of what was then known as the mid year exam, which for all of us is the Clinton Email exam, namely discussion Bill let me give during the test. Let me let me tell you. How Baker described Clinton's behavior? Yeah. He said he freaked out. But he also said it is alarming, and he found it appalling and went on to admit under oath in those closed door session that thanks to you. We have now available to us, you know, arguing with others about why they thought she shouldn't be charged. And then in one of the earlier releases the earlier release this was by the freedom of information act request from Judicial Watch. Well, they got FBI emails, and when some members of the FBI tested, some of the emails, they only pick forty and of the forty males talking about sixty three thousand thirty three thousand ended up being deleted, remember. But they picked the sampling of forty and four of them had top secret and classified information marked as such on the emails, which is a clear violation of the. Espionage act eighteen USC seven ninety three which would render an indictment for any other American is that not a fact, that's that's what we've been saying all along Sean this was handled differently. And when we were having the discussion about this when we had, you know, Komi in when I actually at one point and go back in time. I was actually told a you got play. And he got spurious with me because I said, you got played you got told what you know, you wanted to see you let her off because anybody else, and I am still in the military. I have to go through this every year on how you handle classified information at the level that I am and everybody understands this. So this is what made him a question. This is what made him a Paul is what should make every American appalled because these discussions remember were happening in taking place before they were ever really even digging in interviewing witnesses such as Hillary Clinton, which all happen toward the end of this process. So then we gotta take it even a step further. Because if you go in a we have four separate investigations into Trump Russia collusion that all come up with the same conclusion, which is nothing. Now, if we stay on on this particular issue in the lead up to the exoneration of Hillary and James commes press conference on July fifth 2016 just prior then to an immediate launch. Although there's reasonable leave. It happened much earlier into quote, Trump, Russia collusion, but in may of twenty sixteen we know as fact that Peter Struck James comb is involvement are beginning to write Hillary's exoneration. This is before they interviewed her before they interviewed seventeen. Other key witnesses the person or one of the people that interviewed Hillary Clinton was Peter Struck. But also the FBI doesn't allow other people in the room when you're being interviewed on a criminal investigation. She was allowed to people in their highly unusual and struck we already know. Had a political bias where he had stated that Clinton should win a hundred million two zero and that Trump voters, you know, he could smell them smelly. Walmart people like me. So that would tell me that that investigation was tainted all the way around when they're writing in his honour exoneration before even investigating. Oh, I agree. And one of these you mentioned the people being in the room. We're not only were they people in the room with Clinton who had had been offered, you know deal here. But they were also key back witnesses. This was not just people that that she was allowed to have. These fact witnesses that had already been involved in it. So yes, this is what we're seeing here. And this is why I was you know, turning the attention to this week. And what we've heard from turn general Bill Maher who I cannot again, it is talk about a Polly. It's appalling the way the Democrats are treating attorney general bar who's actually done everything he said he would do. He's been factually accurate. He's been completely upright and done. Exactly everything he wants to care what? German Adler says he's not allowed to get what he wants to different things because he actually has to go by the regulations and the laws on tired of the Democrats chairman twisting that fact and Bill bar going back now and saying I want to see how this started. I wanna know what's going on. And remember we still have. In investigation over the issue there still Huber out there who is looking into this as well. So I'm glad to see and the American people ought to be happy to see this happen. That's why we're releasing these transcripts. That's why we're having these give out that one collusion. I want. There was none the FBI determine that also the house Intel committee, the bipartisan Senate Intel committee, and of course, the mullahs report. You can't be any more clear. All right. We'll come back. We'll continue on the other side of this. Congressman Doug Collins, single handedly responsible for these closed door transcripts now being made available to the public which now is filling in a lot of gaps about the abuse of power and corruption that we have been telling you about you know, I'm gonna tell you something without my Cup of coffee in the morning. I'm like, Linda, very cranky. If she doesn't have her green seaweed kale. Spinach. Disgusting. Linda, Blair, exorcist projectile. Vomit stuff. Whatever she, you know, she's not in a good mood. I have to have black rifle coffee dot com slash.

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on KCRW

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"npf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Now. And now for something completely different. Okay. We welcome on especially our last interview SuperBowl week. Let sad it is sad. But we finished with our best friend in the entire world and the boat. It is Blake Bortles. He's in the back of the van with us. Also should say man of the year nominee, right, man. It's like everybody that asks what are you doing this? 'cause I gotta go to Lenin super before just made of the stuff you do what did you do to get man of the year? I helped out my community. Okay. So like, I have a foundation that supports mentally disabled and first responders, and then they kinda like pick a guy each year. Then I guess this is the first year that they've brought all thirty two Representative. Right. Every team gets a nominee every year. But then they used to only invite like the finalists, right? They made a big tent it. We're still not all that high on the priority list because I mean Kenny stills wrote over together because he wanted for Miami. And we both checked in at the same time in both of us had to full beds in our room. That's Todd lightning. You didn't get the cow. I said you got to just one big ones. Fine. You got two full better. I prefer that when I'm in hotel alone because you got one that is just for like, your luggage shower. Roll your shit closet. The that's actually the best way to do it. So they really hooked you up. Yeah. That's nice. You got to beds. That's I mean, that's more than the barstool house. So man of the year nominee helped out to community. But here's the important part. NPF? I was just talking to Blake about this out side the van I Blake is or anything you'd like say to me. Thanks for having me that what about me. Jail and did you wanna tax on Twitter anymore? Heavy birthday Q birthday today. Okay. We party the night get after birthday parties. So bleak told me outside of the van he is going to the Super Bowl because they are trodding all the men of the year nominees out before the game. Now. That's just whatever. Like who cares? No one's everything about this. Nor is anybody probably paying attention. Yeah. Well, we'll be paying attention. 'cause you're in it. Yeah. We'll take your face on. There's the rub PF t do you think plate can wear a hat. We gotta go. It is. I've gone suit. And being it's a dog, you know. Yeah. I walk over. Yeah. Suggestion top hat fedora. Joe? Top top. If you did y'all. Through at McCain. Lawn cigarette. Yeah. Dumb and dumber scenes. What's the plan? Your hair? Well, see the good thing about that not a lack there of hair is you don't have to do it. Like, I kinda just take my hat off. And here we go. You know, sound like it's a secret, right? I wear a half for the benefit of other people because I don't like looking at balding heads so that I wear hack because I don't want anybody else to have to look at my man of the year is because yes, that's a public service. Just yeah. Selflessness thing I'm serious, the top hat would be amazing hor like a peaky blind show. Yeah. Voted north you'd steal the show. So congrats though on nominee where we're before we do our Wicketpeer we're going to compete that gets everyone ready for the Super Bowl where are you at? I don't wanna get too in the weeds. But like are you with the Jaguars? Are you have you had communication? I don't know how to. I'm a friend. And I just say, hey, what your situation there's not a whole lot of communication going on. So I'm kinda just I go in and work out and rehab every day. Okay. And then you still have your access card, right? Which kind of like how we have a code, right? You gotta punch a code in at the front gate. And that's the first thing that goes when you get cutter fired. Okay. So each more than I show up kind of like, maybe this day keeps working so my. Keeping me around. Oh shit. If you woke up at like six in the morning, Cleo was closed. Hundred. Yes, take bagel. Yeah. Right. Six hashbrowns. Yes. So all right. So we don't know what's gonna happen. But you're going to be playing football. And you're going to be like we've always said a minor comeback for modern back on back..

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"npf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"That's I have my numbers are four zero for squares. But wait what if I would say other way? I I have I have patriots ran for Rams twenty four patriots twenty. Why it also counts reverse? I think final Hank is disgusted with me for saying that I don't know if this is like a PF tee bit, you're doing you want to hear the baby had a conversation the other day where it was you know, you Henry NPF yet. But that's before that's before. Oh, Henry Henry PFC headed Henry and p Henry. It was Henry. Yeah. We did. And I was listening. I've been on the patriots all week. But does dad game thing has me show. But he made it he He did. did not record seven, okay? Would know better than you. He would I'd like to see I would like to see some research on these somebody find out what the dad games where for Wade Phillips and tell us I I'll repeat my theory with Blake. But I'll say it really quickly here when you gamble. The first thing you wanna do is obviously pick a winner. The second thing you want to do is make sure you don't get embarrassed. So I guess my Fisher pick would be the patriots. Because I feel like when you get to the end of the game. It will be embarrassing. If you have the Rams and the patriots to what they've always done, but I'm not gonna I'm not gonna actually pick a side gambling wise. I'm going to bet the over and a billion props. Well, I'm not being a patriot Sater. I think that they have very good. This is like one game going to hand up. I don't know who's going to know pick one. Yeah. We played the head. That's the game. That's the name of the game. You gotta pick it. Well, that's what I'm doing. You know, what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna stick with my preseason. Prediction of Rams patriots. And that's it. I'm just going to stick with the okay? My favorite thing that any any guy who had Rams or patriots in the Super Bowl? And the preseason prediction just walks around radio row all week being like, you know, what I'm a man of integrity. I gotta stick with my original pick that. I didn't August. Rams patriots. And just reminding you I actually got it. Right. No one's keeping scored. You. Don't cares. Should we go to our interviews? So let's dim Reno. I and let's say Dan Marino, didn't like his not real friendly guy. So how it works when we do guess at part of my take especially this week. But in general, this is a little pull back the curtain real quick opened the Komodo anyone who's listening to show for last three years knows? We have our recurring guests that we love. And I think are always entertaining. Like, Blake Bortles. And then we have guests that we have to take. If someone says, hey, we have this guy. We gotta go take a chance. And Dan Marino is a no doubt her. Gotta go interview them, no matter what. Because he's Dan Marino. And it started. He was was like bad. It's just that. I don't think he liked us at all. No, he didn't aided. If we're being fair part of that is probably because we hadn't climb into our van almost hurt his knee badly. So Dan Marino. Yeah. He couldn't get out. Right. Almost got stuck in the van den Renault. I don't think is used to stepping into vans to do interviews. Yeah. He's more of a luxury studio guy. But he so he's a little thrown off from the beginning. And we asked him weird questions asked about the candy ass. Uniforms in like that may have asked him about OJ Simpson. Like that. So yeah, no social interview enjoy shutout Dutra system getting people get people good shape. And then on the other side. We'll go straight into Blake portal's, which is a fantastic interview. We did a Wikipedia reading and Blake. I'm Blake every time with them. I just laugh and smile, so funny. He wrote up to the interview on a bird scooter, one of those one dollars that he was driving around Atlanta just living life. All right before we get to both those awkward from our. Our friends at the cash app, a crime of fashion. We heard from a couple of sponsors falling PF t's recent. It says arrest. Yeah. No, really bad. He was held read the ad Jackson from Super Bowl fifty three opening day event in Atlanta. And this is a statement from our best friends a cash up who always has PF tease back. It has come to our attention that Mr..

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WHAS 840 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You know, Homestake euro and she's doing it. I sure she's going to go on from here and do big things. But man, this is a fun team to watch. And you know, it's fun. You know, as we get to be around the program a little bit. This is fun. Getting to see all the other sports. Besides men's basketball has its success, and especially right now programs rolling so much fun top to bottom athletically, and I've got I'm I'm trying to check my fabulous Twitter timeline to make sure I give proper credit, but somebody yesterday tweeted something about the fact that I mean, all these UK programs that hang on. I'm gonna find it here in just a second. I'm really close Kentucky is the only school Kentucky is the only school since two thousand fifteen to have at least one first round, selection, and the MLB the NBA the NFL the NPF the NWS L the WNBA and yesterday the M L S Jay Jay Williams from Kentucky was selected the eighteenth picked overall in the Major League Soccer draft. It's incredible for the Columbus Crew. That's incredible. I mean, that's you hope dude. Hey, come on out here come on out here. Here we want to share. Comes down here. I'm right here. What's your name? What Aden where did you get this like outfit get married look at this? This is this is an outfit. I could not pull this off. Well, I hope I could not I could pull off the hair, but I couldn't pull off the unitards. Thanks for coming out. Tonight..

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"npf" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"npf" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"It's just basic west coast offense where I can promise you guys like Bill Belichick Mike Zimmer. Those guys were they've been around for so long and they had a face Bill Walsh. They know that often just as good as Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers they know the rules other west coast guys who have been successful. Let's say Sean Payton or Kyle Shanahan, Sean McVeigh. Yes, it's west coast based, but they've added their own footprint to it to go. I do this also along with it to make it not just the west coast. But I have my own wrinkles to add onto the west coast and Green Bay is as basic as it gets. It is what? We would call in the NFL day one day in day to insulation. All your basic plays. You put in the first day the rookies are in training camp. And all that that is really the meat and potatoes of the Green Bay offense. Let alone there's not a lot of talent around him. Davante Adams is a good player. Don't get me wrong. But teams are playing green bag on. And if we don't double devante atoms. We're really in trouble no run game. And Aaron Rodgers who you know. I think you know, I think is the greatest quarterback of all time a lot of because of what I'm saying. He carries this team for the last six to seven years with just his physical ability, and we see him dance around and sit there and the pocket and do that he's not doing that. Because he wants to look cool. He's doing that. Because nobody's opened a lot of the time. This year was at his best year. Definitely not. There was some moments where I was like man that guy you hit your fifth step throw it in. But I also think that he's been scarred by people not being open so much of the time pass protection was an issue this year consistently throughout. The year and a lead to less than stellar Aaron Rodgers type play, but it gets magnified in Green Bay because it's always about him. And it's about him making magic, and we could watch and I'm not trying to knock anybody here with this. We could watch Jared Goff or drew Brees Tom Brady, and they would miss some of the throws Aaron Rodgers miss. But we don't make a big deal about it. Because the next play there's another wide open guy. And we get got the first down. It's not that big of a deal in Green Bay, we go then he's the first guy was seen open. How did he miss them? And are they gonna get anybody opened again? And that's where I look at it. And I think you're right Rogers starving for he doesn't even know what he doesn't know. I say that to Mike Florio NPF. He doesn't know what he doesn't. He's never had anybody else that teach them. This is how we've got an element opened nine hundred times. Can I tell you something you'll probably I think you will recognize this. When I tell you this. But the first year that mcdaniels was in Denver. I went out to do a story, and I got to sit in on a. A quarterback meeting. And it was interesting. It was it was Kyle Orton, Tim Tibo. So that was a second year. That's right. That's right. That's right. It was Kyle Orton. Right. Tim Tibo Brandstatter Brandstatter. He wasn't there. But Adam gays was in there. That's right and Mike McCoy was in this. They were okay. And there was one other quarterback. And I forget, but I will never forget they sat in there. It was maybe like a ninety minute meeting, and I'm paraphrasing this it was whatever a decade ago. But Josh mcdaniels says I want explain to you about this offense because they were just starting from scratch..

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