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"pepsi cola" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It was a Pentecostal church church and they took the plates that and I can't believe where I'm living. And even Naomi Wolf, who's the big time liberal, understands that we're losing our freedom, losing our liberty and the idea that in Fulton County in Georgia in an Atlanta, which is majority black County that voted for Biden, like 79% of the vote, there were thousands of black business owners that we're going to make a lot of money from the All Star game and also the baseball draft. And now the idiotic mayor of Atlanta has come out more or less in favor of the boycott, even though it's going to cost her city over $100 million, So Major League Baseball will do business with those who run concentration camps, mass murderers who commit atrocities that's okay in China, but as far as in Georgia You if you have a will call ticket. I know Las Vegas doesn't have a major league baseball yet. It probably will. But but But if you have a will call and you gotta get you need idea to get your tickets to a baseball game. Well, could you I'll go. You one further. Here's what I said on my radio show left or this past week, I said, I'm I want to show up with the All Star game this year. I don't know where it's gonna be now. Now that it's not in Atlanta, they haven't awarded anybody. Yes, that I know of, But they're they're putting it somewhere. Wherever it is. I'd love to show up with thousands of my fans. And every one of us should demand to play on the field. We're all all starts because number one. How would you prove I'm not an all star? You have no right to ask for my I d. In other words, baseball says ideas are necessary. So I'm going to tell you I believe I'm one of the players, electrically. All turkey. You gotta let me in the locker room. You gotta let me play and you can't prove I'm not one of them. Number one and number two. What's the other overriding a liberal philosophy? Besides No voter. I d. It's that you are who you say you are. When you were transgender. You could be born a man. But as long as you think you're a woman, you're allowed in the women's room in the women's locker room, so I believe that Wayne route 59 years old is a major league baseball All Star. So you gotta let me play. This is the liberal philosophy. You've got to let me play. Why not? I believe I'm an all star Does that count? I thought whatever you believe is, according to liberals, Matter of fact, if you deny it, they say they can find you now. You call me and the missus or a, Mr and Mrs, you know, And it's not the right pronoun, whatever hell they call themselves You're supposed to get fined in certain cities like New York City because they look like a man. But they claim their woman and you say this and that you have $100,000 flight. Cookies in the eye of the mind of the beholder. What they are, they don't care what they were born. They don't care what it says on their birth difficult. They believe they are what they are. So I believe a major league baseball start and I have no idea to prove that I'm not. Therefore I should be on that field. It used to be that businesses did not get involved in politics. Coca Cola, I guess is a foreign policy in the domestic policy. I guess Coca Cola is siding with the Stacey Abrams and the Joe Biden said. So if that's the case, Pepsi Cola taste pretty good. And I can't imagine someone sitting on the board of Coca Cola or Delta or Major League Baseball is saying how in the hell We got ourselves in this position. Why can't you just say Look, I'm in the baseball business. I'm in the plane business. I'm in the soft drink business. We don't have public policies when it comes the controversial issues and by the way, George even with the changes are is kind of in the middle of the pack about liberal or conservative Voting rights in New York State has much more strict requirements in Georgia has, for example, and Delaware doesn't allow absentee voting, which is allowed in Georgia. And so no matter where you from what Like a business guy, and you're into sports, Can you What was the mentality of rob man? For? Instead of issuing some meaningless statement he actually pulled $100 million worth of business from a majority black city with black business owners and the idiotic mayor of Atlanta supports the move, I guess. Well, what is there to gain by by angering at least half of your customer base in your economy? Talk about Number one. The customer is always right Number two at the customer's wrong refer back there, not to number one. What's the advantage of baseball or Delta or woke up cola to be involved in this? Why And you know, I hate it that we're forced to always say things like, you know, they're destroying a town that's majority black and the businesses that would have benefited where majority black because you shouldn't destroy a town That's majority white political issue shouldn't enjoy destroy a business owner whose white because this issue and it bothers me and you know I love you saw, but the foreign minister of Russia just came out and said the other day that in the United States of America There's this hatred towards white people. They're trying to destroy the white race and they're trying to spread it all over the world. This hatred of white people, and so you know, I've never hated a person because the color of their skin in my life I grew up in a black town, a majority black that went to all black middle school like 95% Black Malbert in New York was my child with Davis Middle School that I went to Melbourne High School, which was 85% black. I've never hated a person because the color of their skin in my entire life is all a bunch of bunk are the Racists out there, Of course, Europe There's lots of black writes his way. Why people? There's lots of Hispanic races. Wait some other race. There's lots of women who hate men. There's lots of people. There's gay people hate straights and straight to a gate. There's a few examples of everything. But the reality is with the nicest nation and world history in general, any mistake we've ever made. We literally made good look at the Indians. We did terrible things to him. Everybody admits that, But now we've given them casinos. For God's sake. They're the only ones you have the right to run gambling If something like 40 out of 50 states, and they're making billions of dollars we always in America make good, you know, left somehow, some way we make it up to everybody, even if in the beginning where a little wrong There's no other country in the world that ever had a war to free slaves. And 500,000. Americans died. Almost all of them wife and half of them were northerners who died fighting for people. They didn't even know who are black. So you know, it's really when you talk about reparations. Why don't we give reparations to white people whose ancestors died fighting against slavery? How about that one? So you know we're living in a crazy world Bill where the hatred Towards white people straight people men, Republicans, capitalists, business owners is over the top. And yet there's no way anyone could debate the fact that we are the richest country in world history, where the nicest country in world history where the fairest country world history where we have the most mobility of any country in world history on Lee Country where you could be born poor and you could wind up up into the class or or literally rich..
"pepsi cola" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"Walt disney and wed go. Don't ask us just do it. And we will be fine. And if you talk about you know from a business world you have a client. That doesn't happen very often. The person paying the bills at the end of the day it basically puts all of their faith and trust into wed into the people that walt tapped to get this done. I think that's a that's a part of the story that can easily be missed in that if they had had if pepsi was down their throat saying you need to send us the proofs you need to send us a doll for us to inspect it. They never would have got it done. I never even considered that for a second. You know i just. When i think about this i guess because i'm not in a business mindset. Ever think we'll disney disney is making this. They have disney to do it. And i never even thought that you know there is pepsi cola. Is you know fitting the bill. They're responsible for this. This is their pavilion. Their name is on it. I don't know if it's safe to say like more than disney. Because obviously wed did it but they never asked questions that we saw there. Were just kinda like okay so talk about a dream client you know silent partner pretty much. Maybe they just knew maybe they knew we better not say anything or else. These people are gonna rip heads off. There is another part of the story here and i read very briefly about my research about that. The reason why pepsi asked so late in the game is because they had other plans as well for what they were going to do with their pavilion like they were going to try to make something i think i don't know if they were gonna make themselves or they were going to work with other companies besides wed to get it done but it was basically like pepsi had kinda struck out.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"J you in. Steve came up. What is this all about this segment just better than there's certain things over the holidays holidays happen. You can pretty much bit money that some of these things going on is that right. I mean somebody's house and somebody's house. Alright hold this might not happen at your house. He wanted to promise you wanted is going to happen over the holiday really okay. Let's hear on. I'm ready pa. Daily denno dinner. We'll get interrupted at somebody's house. 'cause we got to go get somebody out of g beaten. That just made my somebody to housing alex. And here's some new boy. Free somebody new for your go get beat up by the baby will have to go the ahead me down. She got to offramp secret on this day. Hasn't been told here's another is going to happen if somebody's house. Maybe not joe. There will be a fight over the drumstick down road. You wounded delay. I call that left the house always about who brought a damn thang one chick. Go show up at the house free. That's doing way better. Oh people while this go have somebody house. You're gonna show pregnant again. Ah shangqiu makes them baby. This award every black house go ahead. Somebody's gonna show up dressed like they go into. Were a high have quasi guests eating meat the whole vegan. Yes oh yeah. All the dishes need in turkey in degrees cost but we stopped putting park and we upgraded happen. Does some of the women go have to circle around them. Bought the white girl. Ov- o- can. They all had to come to the conclusion. She is fine. Yeah i'd be white. And where did you get all that out. Crime fake fake better side. I'd say yeah that ain't real real my sister-in-law high she. I guess i take guests. It might not happen all those things that you'll help but it's going to happen. It's gonna happen somebody through june. I'll tell you some medical help. Somebody christmas tree going to catch on how to curb. These all owned a tree farm and somebody somebody go put the raw give in the wrong box. You did that before a man you have wrapped up something module gas uncle did. He wrapped up his his shirt and gave it to my daddy. My daddy owned the box my data so man this night. Oh hell no hold on. I didn't get you to rush can gave it to me now Go down holidays. Ready us got somebody to go fall into food. That's nice y'all each slow each take out. There's loose will definitely have over the holidays. Embroider go knocked address in on all hail coming up. More of the steve harvey morning show right after this. You're listening to morning show. This holiday season pepsi co. is partnering with toys touch to give a gift with everybody. With every purchase of specially march pepsi mountain dew and sierra mist two liter bottles pepsi cola will donate ten cents to toys for tots. So head over to your local food city and give the gift of giving happy holidays from pepsi. This holiday season pepsico is partnering with toys for touch to give a gift with every bottle. With every purchase of specially marked pepsi mountain dew and sierra mist two liter bottles pepsi cola will donate ten cents toys for tots. So head on over to your local giant and give the gift of giving happy holidays from pepsi..
"pepsi cola" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Like you could go to the store right. I could but that coffee is going to waste. No one's using its for us workers. Everybody that works here that no okay well. This woman says Blake shelton was trying to kill her. You see this story. Oh my gosh now you told me if you think is blake shelton or not. A hawkins county. Tennessee woman was arrested for reportedly calling nine one one to report. That blake. Shelton was trying to kill her. When authorities arrived at our camper. They found forty eight year old. Mary myers with slurred speech. An open bottle of vodka honor table. She also claimed which may cause if she's accurate in these other two claims you know. She's probably accurate in the first claim but she also claimed that she was dating eric. Church and that dolly parton was flying into see her. She was taken into custody and charged with abusing the nine one one system. We all true or no. It was totally blake. Shelton tried to killer who. I wonder what eric church boyfriend thinks about. Blake trying to kill her because he goes to for your woman. Where's that song church. Yeah we'll see the radio on your dashes. More than radio that sirius. Xm button is instant access to a world of exclusive entertainment including ad free music channels for every genre in decade. You can also hear your favorite sports comedy talk and news. Plus you can stream with the sirius. Xm app on your phone and connected home devices so grab your phone. Dial pound two five zero and just say xm to get twelve months for five dollars a month with a new select subscription call for offer details fees and taxes apply this holiday season pepsi co. is partnering with toys for touch to give a gift with everybody. With every purchase of specially marked pepsi mountain dew and sierra mist two liter bottles pepsi cola will donate ten cents to toys for tots. So head on over to your local food city and give the gift of giving happy holidays from pepsi..
"pepsi cola" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM
"South they live in the swamps and they can only grow rice. Why is rice more healthier for you because it has no gluten in it interesting. Loons that bad. Yes well it makes your intestines go in and say looking like a shag rug and your intestines It looks like a a a a plastic tube. here's why it's bad The vaccine which is coming out here the code nineteen praise. The lord is coming out but vaccines. You're not kill. The virus thinks the vaccine kill virus. I pulled the viruses alive in the first place. I which i don't understand it. Well it is okay and so the the vaccines don't kill the virus. But what they do is they. Make the vaccine out of the protein from the viruses so that your immune system which is in your bone marrow registry sends out defenses can. What if it can't Well that's the problem. That's why we wound up with sixteen million infections and three hundred thousand deaths because monet was dead because we live on the breakfast of champions weedays oatmeal for breakfast. We eat flour tortillas pancakes waffles and french toast in spaghetti factories. Reunites all the good tasting stuff. No good for us and beer now. You can have beer. But it's got to be made from rice from japan and china. Okay you have to eat everything made from rice just like these asian countries and that's why they have One hundred sixteen deaths in hong kong instead of seven thousand s like we have in arizona. It's like taiwan has seven deaths in texas with the same population has twenty three thousand deaths. Okay because their intestines are still good. And they're able to extract the minerals from the algae and the sweet potatoes and rice has grown and so they are able to protect themselves. Immune systems work army and says don't work and here's what i ticked. I predict charge. That young kids under the age of ten are gonna respond fairly well to this. Kobe vaccine because they're still young enough. They haven't been eating gluten for fifty years. Brian tests conceal make white blood cells and antibodies. You get middle. Aged people forty fifty sixty and seniors above sixty. There's going to be highly variable response to the vaccine who live on rice and sweet potatoes. Asian people in our country and do very well but the the latinos are not going to do very well because their intentions are dead. What about the people who elect not to take the vaccine. Well if you get rid of all the bad stuff the fried foods the process also gluten and you take your ninety essential nutrients two healthy brain and heart pack and the msm is going to rebuild your bones and your bone marrow. You'll do very well. Listen to more coast to coast. Am every weeknight at one am eastern and go to coast to coast am dot com for more this holiday season. Pepsi is partnering with toys for touch to give a gift with everybody. With every purchase of specially marked pepsi mountain dew and sierra mist two liter bottles pepsi cola will donate ten cents to toys for tots so head on over to your local food city and give the gift of giving happy holidays from pepsi. The radio on your dashes. More than radio that sirius xm button is instant access to a world of exclusive entertainment including ad free music channels for every genre and decade. You can also hear your favorite sports comedy talk news. Plus you can stream with the sirius. Xm app on your phone and connected home devices so grab your phone. Dial pound two five zero and just say to twelve months for five dollars a month with a new select subscription call offer details fees and taxes apply..
TV advertisers are changing the channel
"I'm Kim Masters and this is Hollywood breakdown joining me as my regular Banter Buddy on the business at felony and Matt normally a lot of reporters would be gathering with a with masses and masses of advertisers in New York. This time of year for the upfront presentations when these advertisers are are given very splashy star studded presentations in places like Carnegie Hall Where CBS does presentation and these they unroll the fall shows and they they and there's huge parties. I mean this is where billions of dollars worth of advertising are are starting to get sold on the basis of the shows. I remember the year back when they played. Abc played the entire pilot for modern family. That's really rare. It's what you do when you think you have something great and you think all the advertisers will want to be a part of it and you can make a lot of money. So of course there's not a prince this year and their virtual. They're doing these things they're trying to do them. In one way or another different networks taking different approaches some of them are having sort of virtual presentations. Some of them are having smaller. Smaller group presentations virtually of course and it augurs badly all of this because advertisers are really fleeing the businesses not there. It's going to really really be devastating for television that is driven by advertising. Yeah I mean this has been analogize by a couple of analysts to the two thousand eight recession and what that did for the print advertising market which is it exacerbated trends that were already afoot and just absolutely accelerated and made them devastating to the print. Business and people think that this might be the case for traditional LINEAR AD driven networks. Where there are you know. They're the trend has been away from these massive commitments but the business has been okay because they've been able to get creative and come up with hybrid ad packages that a lot of advertisers could buy into but this year. I mean there was a Wall Street Journal piece this past week that estimated just in the third quarter between a billion and one point five billion in ad commitments are just going to go away and advertisers are experimenting more and they're seeing more traction on digital platforms and they're using this pandemic to experiment and do do things and will that Ad. Revenue Comeback knows. Yeah they have the ability advertisers in many cases to cancel existing commitments. To get out there trying to I mean they buy these ads well in advance of the TV season and they do have in some cases an chance. They did have a chance to cut back on some of their commitments before may first so things like General Motors pepsi-cola and and Pepsico and cracker barrel and General Mills. Big Huge companies have been trying to take advantage of that cancellation option to varying degrees. And and there was a survey released from something called advertiser perceptions that marketers will plan to spend thirty three percent less this year during the up fronts compared with last year and that is a six point. Six billion dollar decline. If that's right and I'll read you a quote from the one of their executives the upfront strikes at the heart of the uncertainty advertisers are struggling with. They can't commit long term but at the same time you know they do. Advertising isn't going to go permanently away if you're hoping lower to attract customers you got gotta advertise somewhere and TV. I think it's still a big tent broadcast TV. And the ratings have been up for broadcast network. They've been up everywhere during the pandemic. But we're starting to see some softening as these were made it. Home episodes become more ubiquitous. I think that's probably going to continue over the summer. In the fall. People are afraid to spend money so advertisers can advertise but people aren't necessarily buying and those companies are hurting to thank you. Matt thank you. That's Matt Bellamy joins me this Monday at one thirty business. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Union of the benefits of capitalism Apparently Pepsi was a huge hit. They loved Pepsi in the Soviet Union. Makes sense it sugar water and they were dying because it's cold all the time. Soviet money. Here's the problem. Soviet money was not generally accepted worldwide at the time. Oh okay so. The Soviet Union bought billions of dollars worth of Pepsi by trading submarines military ships and a ton of vodka. Well for a brief period of time the Pepsi Cola Company had the sixth largest military in the world until it sold all of the ships and submarines for scrap recycling. That's incredible I want so much to go to that part of the World I. It seems so Just full of history and things that like I dunno like there are some places that of course every place but here is foreign to me right but there are some places that seem more foreign than others and I think the further that you get from like the romantic languages the more foreign it seems to me sure and Russia one of those places Russia. Just seems like it would be so exciting and unique and just the buildings and I don't know very exotic pleased by our after show there. Thank you enjoy your day. Very few people places in the world that I would not like to go. We have so much to do sweetie. We need to get busy and yet we're planning another trip to Disney. Once we wrong with it's that eating around the world at Epcot I get away from it Fried Cauliflower Morocco. Who Girl every time. Just want to mention that if you would like to support the box of oddities you can do so by going to our website. The box of either these dot com and subscribe to the premium channel. You get a bunch of cool stuff for that. For example you get the episodes day early you get them ad free. You get a special bonus episode once a month and you've got that Back Channel so that we can chitty chat about neat things. Also we very soon we'll be releasing the Bijou theatre show on video To the back channel and the premium subscribers only. So it's a good time to to sign up again lane go to our website. D-box VARIETIES DOT com. There's a link right there also want to mention. We are super excited about tootling our asses down to Nashville later this month. We're GONNA go see Jim Harold. Campfire live at Zanies. Yeah this gyms very I Live show and he's become a friend of ours and we just WanNa be there to see him. Kill it absolutely super jazz. Gyms podcasts have been downloaded over forty million times so you know you wanna see the show. Maybe you WANNA come join us for Jim Heralds Campfire. We're going to be hanging out there drinking beers zanies in Nashville March. Twenty four th. He has not asked us to say this by the way. Zanies hasn't asked us to promote this. We're just super. We Love Jim Herald and we love Zanies. Yeah there you go. Yeah anyway we look forward to seeing you next time until then keep lying freak flag fly. It proudly a beautiful be that the Basu oddities belongs to and its fate is in your hands..
"pepsi cola" Discussed on AP News
"Along New York city's East River will also promote jet blue through October first and eliminated blue logo advertising the airlines been added to the sixty foot Pepsi Cola sign in Long Island City queens as for partnership in which jet blue will serve popsicle drinks on flights the city's landmark preservation commission issued a permit for the jet blue logo but a city councilman says some constituents are complaining he says even a temporary jet blue sign shouldn't be there a fascicle vice president of marketing says the iconic Pepsi Cola sign is the perfect symbol to celebrate Pepsi's jet blue partnership. stinky shoppers aren't offended after a Mississippi store decided to ban them the Greenwood Commonwealth reports the convenience store has a sign on the door stating notice a bad smelling oil mill people please do not enter the store's manager said the sign was posted about three months ago after customers complained about the order of employees from the express grain oil mill across the street he says he's a stop some stinky workers from entering so far there haven't been any complaints because the workers say well they know that they stink express screen workers continue shopping at the store one employee said workers who labor in the pits filled with stinking rotten soybeans send less smelly coworkers inside to buy snacks movie ticket subscription service movie past has shut down and its future is unclear Helio St Matthiessen analytics the parent company of movie pass said in a release Friday that it was interrupting service for all its subscribers because its efforts to seek financing haven't been successful it says it's unable to predict if or when movie pass will continue movie passes drew in millions of subscribers initially hooking them with a ten dollar monthly rates but that proved unsustainable in the company was forced to make changes those efforts and never stop the losses. radio. thirteen I'm timid wire desperate housewives star Felicity Huffman gets a two week sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal. outside court the list of the Hoffman said nothing inside she tearfully apologized to her daughter who was not there recounting how the teen said to her I don't know who you are anymore mom why didn't you believe in me the actress also admitted her actions were stupid and wrong besides the fourteen days in prison how often will pay a thirty thousand dollar fine do community service and a year probation she's the first parent sentenced in a college admissions scandal that ensnared dozens of wealthy and well connected mothers and fathers I'm Julie Walker a tropical depression nearing the Bahamas.
Buffett and Beyond: Uncovering the Secret Ratio for Stock Success
"Our first guest today is the author of buffet and beyond uncovering, the secret ratio for superior stock selection. Dr Joseph bell Monte, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you. Nice to be here. So you're an investment strategist in stock market consultant, and you have a wonderful saying that you're very fond of saying about Jimmy Buffett, please share with us. If you wanna live on the beach like Jimmy Buffett, you've got to learn how to invest like Warren Buffett. And that's so true with all my friends and all the people that subscribe to our newsletters. I'm sure okay as the author of buffet and beyond. This is been an absolutely crazy, crazy time the last two years. But a lot of people are very concerned about what's happening today and tell us what, what in your opinion? You've been doing this very long time. Well, I shouldn't. Yeah. Said we buckling up should we be buckling up. Dr Joseph bell. Monte. The way that you want to look at the market, which you want be able to invest in companies that are making money each and every day, seven days a week, twenty four hours a day, and stocks like Coca Cola and Pepsi Cola, even though they're not in our growth portfolio any longer. But if you think about those kind of stocks, I mean, they're selling that product and almost two hundred countries. So if you can be get in the mindset where my docs, are gaining value each and every day, and the price, sometimes reflects that value, and sometimes it doesn't sometimes the price over estimate the value. And when we think about we sessions or times top the prices actually underestimate the true value of accompanying. So you wanna be in stocks that are gaining for you all the time in value. And as Warren Buffett also says that if you're not. Making money while you're sleeping you'll never become wealthy. And of course, he's talking about if you buy stock in a good company, and we, we all think about Walt Disney. But if we buy Disney stock, boy, there's people in one at one of their theme parks, twenty four hours a day, whether it's on the other side of the world or right here in the United States. So that's the key to investing. And if you think that way, then you can hold on. When people start talking about lowers the top of the bull market. Are we going into recession? Are we not going into recession? I talk to somebody the other day and they said, are you really worried about this market just, just as you're asking franking and the thing is that I've been in the market forty years? And I can't remember a day when I thought about wealth is going to happen. And I would drive myself crazy until I had a different outlook on the type of stocks. So I was going to buy. You know. One of the things that I do
"pepsi cola" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Galvin two things, you know. In preparation having an interesting course every semester, and quite frankly, you convince last year to start writing the book for that. I'm very thankful, but it was it was nice especially last summer. I was able to throw myself into pretty much the research over the course of the entire summer. And you know, it's just as you read through things, you you see a little something that it's a blip that's out of the ordinary and then as you read something later on. Another blip pops up and you find these two blips are are tied in and then it pretty much takes on a life of its own and one faculties to another which leads to another to another. And you know, and and you do build on the work of other great people who have come beyond you take their research and just carry that that one step further, and I think that's why we've had the degree of success this right now. All right back to the calls. Gary and Oakland, California, high gear go ahead. Hi, George, Paul. Evidence that proves Richard Nixon was a central figure in the Kennedy murder. Now, tell me more okay now, there are certain magazines printed. And there are cryptography experts who worked with these magazines for the government, and we're talking about time. And Newsweek if you read the bold print from cover to cover in the November twenty to sixty three issue, which came out a week before the murder. You'll find Richard Nixon square in the middle of this conspiracy. As documented by government cryptography in the bold print of time and Newsweek surrounding the murder. Explain that a little more force. Okay. Cover to cover the day of. I think it was the day of the murderer week before. Something on the move who's letting blood Richard Nixon's? Everybody's talking to sound of put steps ten stuff like greatest jewel. Thefts danger professor at work ambitious, but Anita everything Colletti name big total hostility in charge. The firing squad Texas talk grass last Meatball. Kennedy. I've got a nice bashed in face. The street holds your rifle m six on the fire line blockbuster N bust now these were quotes of Nixon. No these are ball print headlines have a double meaning innuendo analyze in the context of the John Kennedy's murder. Back mastic back masking with some old records years ago. I have trouble, you know, just kind of wrap my brain around. Why why somebody would you know, adver if what you're saying is true? And I have no reason not to to why somebody would advertise the fact that they're going to kill the president. I mean, certainly there are more secure ways of getting information rather than taking the both as from from from time or Newsweek, you know. But there are enough roads that leads Richard Nixon. You know, you've heard of the three hobos, correct? Yes. He's three guys that were basically on the grassy knoll who were basically these three bums that were just kind of hanging out in Dealey plaza wasn't wasn't them. One of the. Startling resemblance to eat Howard hunt and another one bears a startling resemblance to partout you Martinez who were both involved. In in the Watergate conspiracy and hunt hunt apparently minute deathbed confession to his son. Yes. John hoult. Yeah. So, you know, emailing hunts always been this this very shadowy, you know, central figure in Watergate his name keeps popping up every so often with regard to the JFK assassination. And when you think about it for a second to the fact that they might use spotters on the, you know as bombs camp out on the grassy knoll makes perfect sense. Right. If you know, they they they try to be guys in for questioning, no record is may there's no record of of of of their statements or whatever there's no record of them ever arriving at the police station. Now, assuming worst case scenario, they think these guys are implicated, and again, nineteen sixty three killing the president wasn't a federal crime that did happen tonight sixty seven so this is basically you're a state crime. It's a it's a it's your ordinary Dallas homicide, except it's the most powerful man in the world. So camping out the mayor Dallas. And and your cabal the mayor of Dallas, and you know, the president's coming. You're gonna be you're gonna have your public worse guy sweeping everything watering everything greenie things up and fertilizing that that that that no to hell looks nice and green when the cameras these guys are camping out you're gonna chase them away. No, the camping out of the grassy knoll. They have so much so many nitrates on their clothing on their body that they would have run a paraffin test on these. We're firing a machine that all day long. By mean, don't you want to just get, you know, move them someplace else, I think I should move them. They come back. You move them. They come back and move when they come back. But again that is that, you know, they're sleeping outside. It gives them kind of bona fide. He's as looking like these haggard downtrodden men who kinda delta tough hand. And didn't they didn't. They have nice shoes. Though. In those. I saw the pick. I've I've seen statements, but you really can't tell from the pictures whether they had nice us or not. But I mean, if you do side by side comparisons with between them, the Watergate Burke was again, it's it's kinda confidence theory. How many how many how many coincidences that we willing to accept? I don't believe in coincidences Also Sunday regularity that Nixon. Claim to be I think Nixon was on the board of Pepsi Cola. Had I think he claimed to be at a board meeting in Dallas on George H W Bush. Member where he was well, you know, he basically called the FBI, and the Nixon Pepsi-Cola was that having a board meeting in Dallas on that particular.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"pepsi cola" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"So if I want to compare the price of Coca Cola to the price of Pepsi-Cola, Coca Cola is the numerator pepsi-cola's the not denominator or reverse those if you wish, but let's leave it at coke Pepsi. And you draw that little horizontal line and you put a dot over the top and you put it Dotto underneath the line and that any fourth grader would say division. So I'm gonna take the price of Pepsi, and I'm going to divide it into the price of coke and that yields number. So let's say coke was at one hundred and Pepsi was fifty Pepsi goes into coke. Two times that number is two. We would then just add another zero to it. To make it easier to chart, and that's how you get your relatives straight chart. So so the Xs and os them represent that relative change, not the price of the stock. The chart looks the exact same, but it's long long-term in nature signals can last two, two and a half years. So relative strength for us was extremely important and we could do by hand maybe two hundred a week today we do fifteen million overnight. We compare everything in the world from Indonesia, Malaysia, to IBM everything you can think of. You know, it's funny and one of the things I love about you talking about finding this book. I mean, Warren buffet talks a lot about value investing, which is totally separate, but where you're either inoculated or you're not, and you know hearing you talk about this. I've always been a momentum in trend guy, but it's funny because the academics in my world read all these academic papers and they talk about momentum rotas. Strengthen. They always reference a academic paper by Jagdeesh Pittman as if that was the first time people ever talked about momentum, and I always laugh because I mean there was books by Levy on relative strength, investing in the nineteen sixties. What a great and in your talking about stuff in one thousand nine hundred. But all the academics active like this, just literally got invented in nineteen ninety or something. And as a leader, not a historian and the same thing for value investing less. That's been around forever. And so all right. So talk to me a little bit about I I think people understand the theory and I and I've loved your references. I've stolen them where you talk about relative strength either being like arm wrestling or race car, and I think those are really good examples, but tell me how you kinda go from the Xs and os to actually implementing that into into concepts. You know, maybe give me an example of how you may build either a portfolio or strategy that there would be based and you can even take us back to the early days the doors, right? You know, how did you guys start to implement some of these. Ideas. Well, here's the way we do it take, for instance, if there were only two stocks in your life man, and you were only allowed to buy one of those stocks that any given time, and let's say it's Pepsi and coke. First thing I would put you through is the Pepsi challenge will wanna blindfold you. If you could tell which was Pepsi with coke, I can tell I love coke. I'm a believer. I hate Pepsi. He says that, and I said that I say that too, and I was Jefferson hotel one night and I order Coca Cola and she brought the Kokin I told the lady, I said, this is Pepsi..
"pepsi cola" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The eighteen eighty nine world's fair in paris france the organization's purpose is to create moderate and expand upon new scientific advancements for humanity now key members of this group included people like h g wells ray bradbury amelia earhart mark twain nikola tesla and other scientific figures while disney eventually became a member as well so it started in eighteen eighty nine and there were people who became members of this plus group and what plus ultra was was a group that created a breakaway civilization in another dimension okay so i know science fiction right but is there any truth to it that's the question well as we as we dig deeper into the story k it says now this is according to the movie fiction this is this is the story tomorrow land in hundred fifty nine had an expansion at disneyland was actually about and this is what they said in the film tomorrowland was actually eight training facility for future society's future members of societies they were training them for a journey to an alternate universe and this alternate universe was found and later developed by plus ultra now the blueprints for the expansion held key technologies that enabled the journey including something called a super transport key vip's who are encouraged to join plus ultra were given special vip audio tour tour is the world's fair the attractions there there was ford's magic skyway there was the it's a small word world ride and for those who couldn't attend the fair there was a there was a record player or a record that they play to get information about the details now walt disney had the it's a small world attraction at the pepsi cola pavilion in the nineteen sixty four new york world's fair that believed to contain a portal tomorrow in reality dizzy does have a secret place and it's near the pirates of the caribbean is below the pirates of the caribbean.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Founded in the eighteen eighty nine world's fair in paris france the organization's purpose is to create moderate and expand upon new scientific advancements for humanity now key members of this group included people like h g wells ray bradbury amelia earhart mark twain nikola tesla and other scientific figures walt disney eventually became a member as well so it started in eighteen eighty nine and there were people who became members of this plus ultra group and what plus ultra was was a group that created a breakaway civilization in another dimension okay so i know science fiction right but is there any truth to it that's the question well as we as we dig deeper into the story okay it says now this is according to the movie fiction this is this is the story tomorrowland in nineteen fiftynine had an expansion at disneyland was actually about and this is what they said in the film tomorrowland was actually a training facility for future society's future members of societies they were training them for a journey to an alternate universe and this alternate universe was found and later developed by plus ultra now the blueprints for the expansion held key technologies that enabled the journey including something called a super transport key vip's who are encouraged to join plus ultra were given special vip audio tour tours the world's fair the attractions there there was ford's magic skyway that was the it's a small word world ride and for those who couldn't attend the fair there was a there was a record player or record that they could play to get information about the details now walt disney had the it's a small world attraction at the pepsi cola pavilion in the nineteen sixty four new york world's fair that believed to contain a portal tomorrow in reality this he does have a secret place and it's near the pirates of the caribbean it's below the pirates of the.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The eighteen hundred nine world's fair in paris france the organization's purpose is to create moderate and expand upon new scientific advancements for humanity now key members of this group included people like h g wells ray bradbury amelia earhart mark twain nikola tesla and other scientific figures walt disney eventually became a member as well so it started in eighteen eighty nine and there were people who became members of this plus ultra group and what plus ultra was was a group that created a breakaway civilization in another dimension okay so i know science fiction right but is there any truth to it that's the question well as we as we dig deeper into the story k it says now this is according to the movie fiction this is this is the story tomorrowland in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine had an expansion at disneyland was actually about and this is what they said in the film that tomorrowland was actually a training facility for future society's future members of societies they were training them for a journey to an alternate universe and this alternate universe was found and later developed by plus ultra now the blueprints for the expansion held key technologies that enabled the journey including something called a super transport key vip's who are encouraged to join plus ultra were given special vip audio tour tours the world's fair the attractions there there was ford's magic skyway there was the it's a small word world ride and for those who couldn't attend the fair there was a there was a record player or record that they could play to get information about the details now walt disney had it's a small world attraction at the pepsi cola pavilion in the nineteen sixty four new york world's fair that believed to contain a portal tomorrow in reality dizzy does have a secret place and it's near the pirates of the caribbean is below the pirates of the caribbean.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The eighteen hundred nine world's fair in paris france the organization's purpose is to create moderate and expand upon new scientific advancements for humanity now key members of this group included people like h g wells ray bradbury amelia earhart mark twain nikola tesla and other scientific figures while disney eventually became a member as well so it started in eighteen eighty nine and there were people who became members of this plus ultra group and what plus ultra was was a group that created a breakaway civilization in another dimension okay so i know science fiction right but is there any truth to it that's the question well as we deep as we dig deeper into the story okay it says now this is a coding to the movie fiction this is this is the story tomorrowland in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine had an expansion at disneyland was actually about and this is what they said in the film that tomorrowland was actually a training facility for future society's future members of societies they were training them for a journey to an alternate universe and this alternate universe was found and later developed by plus ultra now the blueprints for the expansion held key technologies that enabled the journey including something called a super transport key vip's who are encouraged to join plus ultra were given special vip audio tours tours the world's fair the attractions there there was ford's magic skyway that was the it's a small word world ride and for those who couldn't attend the fair there was a there was a record player or record that they could play to get information about the details now walt disney had the it's a small world attraction at the pepsi cola pavilion in the nineteen sixty four new york world's fair that believed to contain a portal tomorrow in reality dizzy does have a secret place and it's near the pirates of the caribbean is below the pirates of the caribbean.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast
"Vigo of okay with the marriage is laugh i'm gonna throw up to like lunghi law yeah it was that i very well on the show oh i should be fun we fucking phone ringing a second still talks to colin does nearly hasn't spoken i throw in long article saying that mom took a crap on elton john's car for the newspaper and sold it did that was lost time he ever spoke to to mobile or anything and he just made all of you ever shoot on anyone's call probably took a shit on someone's come no he said i shit on the door handle about car like i would ever do that to well yes you would never do that to elton do it to other people but never twelve no of course not next question did you guys like the kiss office of everyone did i didn't glued i the front did up to white lifetime japodlay that's right you found no wall is an you know use it now is it still valid ever as much one that only give you did you get every every twice a week ago onto deposi okay everyday three times on my birthday call the guy sits is only two of the people are called that's my son's but if you lose it that's it that's now i'm then ben pepsi cola museum through proverbs house did the pepsi commercial well at home food and drink jarrell sit then trl was on mtv and you could see all the billboards in times square jacket visits the worst thing of it.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Of others tax deductible credits the could be used garza says the you could do that crowdfunding you also goodsell namingrights the longer ball that would be i have have differed posters pepsi cola run ever a dealer with two different things one leverage to get mexico itself to pay for the wall directly or indirectly but again my attitude is mexico is going to be paying for the wall in terms of what it saves the united states no matter how we build the wall if we stop let us mexicans coming in that flood is costing us a great deal in indirect and direct expense like like remittances twenty eight billion dollars a year back home we're talking about the whole wall costly only twenty eight billion dollars a year if you could stop that flow for one year the war would have paid for itself but more important oppose we do just ask americans build do all i know we were going to have the mexicans i'm in other words is it worth it to you and your children to still have your country five ten twenty thirty years from now is it worth it to you to have public schools where mexicans show will not curse scream at the teacher and stop them through saying the pledge of allegiance because that goes on and san diego schools or has they've just stopped saying that in the san diego school so if the cost of the wall is twenty five billion dollars that would be a one time cost of about seventy eight dollars per each of two hundred thirty two million americans or about three hundred ten dollars for a family of four you only have to pay at once the wall would be built that would be that the things that we talked about with interviewed before years with the uh coming up with harley slanger was we talked about what's happening with the banks and the banking system might now wait a very precarious position with cash in the banks were various position with property right now all of this is extremely precarious you had that one big outfits in south africa that went under the took a lot of money out of citibank a lot of money are goldman sachs via that big construction company in england that went under and love the.
"pepsi cola" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Results might surprise you the topdog should be obvious but its longtime rival is strange much lower on the list than expected bear in mind this is as legitimate as possible we didn't call a handful of people waiting for the subway it's a poll that just closed on rancour dot com and over a hundred eighty five thousand people voted it's pretty hard to dispute these statistics here's a look at the top tin starting with the ten th position and working our way to the coveted spot of number one number ten is pepsi cola we always assumed that pepsi was almost as popular as coq but according to this poll it's not even in the same ballpark pepsi was first named brad's drink being new burn north carolina in eighteen 93 by caleb brad him who made it at his drugstore where the drink was sold it was renamed pepsi cola in 1898 after the root of the word pepsi ah and the colon nuts used in the recipe the original recipe also included sugar and vanilla brad ham sought to create a fountain drink that was appealing and would aid in digestion and boost energy and i see no three bread and moved the bundling of pepsi cola from his drugstore to a rented warehouses that year he sold seven thousand nine hundred sixty eight gallons of syrup the next year pepsi was sold in six ounce bottles and sales increased the nineteen thousand eight hundred forty eight gallons in 1931 at the depth of the great depression the pepsicola company entered bankruptcy in large part due to financial losses and kurdborn speculating on the wildly fluctuating sugar prices as a result of world war one on three separate occasions.