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Karine Jean-Pierre: White House Will Not Delete Its Twitter Account
"Peter doocy to challenge it yeah At The White House press briefing today she's keeping an eye on Twitter don't you know Cut 15 go When are you guys gonna delete The White House Twitter Why would we do that Well you're saying that you're keeping an eye on Twitter because it might not be as suitable platform So why use it Stop Got ya Got you with that one Let's hear what Millie mouth has to say Go ahead Clear here the president has always said and he has been very very clear in his belief First of all the president has never been very clear about anything Well there's not clear Go ahead Media platforms to continue to take steps to reduce hate speech and misinformation And he'll continue You mean like semi fascists Stuff like that Hate speech Maybe MSNBC should fire sharpen for his past history What do you think Has Lewis farrakhan bin Bard for a meeting with members of this caucus or that caucus Muslim Brotherhood and care meeting with Barack millhouse bonito Obama Yes we do not like hate speech in the Democrat party never Never Go ahead But media platforms make independent choices about their information that they present Well that's certainly clear that everything we want to thank you very very much
Day 333 of The Bible in a Year: Peter Is Rescued From Prison
"The acts of the apostles, chapter 12. James killed, and Peter imprisoned by Herod. About that time Herod the king laid violent hands upon some who belonged to the church, he killed James, the brother of John with the sword. And when he saw that it pleased the Jews, he proceeded to arrest Peter also. This was during the days of unleavened bread, and when he had seized him, he put him in prison and delivered him to four squads of soldiers to guard him, intending after the Passover to bring him out to the people. So, Peter was kept in prison, but Ernest prayer for him was being made to God by the church. An angel rescues Peter from prison. That very night, when Herod was about to bring him out, Peter was sleeping between two soldiers bound with two chains and sentries before the door were guarding the prison. And behold, an angel of the lord appeared, and a light shone in the cell, and he struck Peter on the side and woke him saying, get up quickly. And the chains fell off his hands, and the angel said to him, dress yourself and put on your sandals, and he did so. And he said to him, wrap your cloak around you and follow followed him, he did not know that what was done by the angel was real, but thought he was seeing a vision. When they had passed the first and the second guard, they came to the iron gate leading into the city. It opened to them of its own accord, and they went out and passed on through one street, and immediately the angel left him. And Peter came to himself and said, now I am sure that the lord has sent his angel and rescued me from the hand of Herod, and from all that the Jewish people were expecting. When he realized this, he went to the house of Mary, the mother of John, whose other name was Mark, where many were gathered together and were praying, and when he knocked at the door of the gateway, I made named rhoda came to answer. Recognizing Peter's voice in her joy, she did not open the gate, but ran in and told that Peter was standing at the gate. They said to her, you are mad. But she insisted that it was so. They said, it is his angel. But Peter continued knocking, and when they opened, they saw him and were amazed. But motioning to them with his hand to be silent, he described to them how the lord had brought him out of the prison, and he said, tell this to James, and to the brethren. Then he departed, and went to another place.
Washington Post Applauds Play Promoting Pedophilia
"Post, and we've got this story up at Todd stern's dot com. The Washington Post has published a bizarre review of a play that promotes pedophilia. No, I'm not making this up. It's the most bizarre thing, but again, the story up at Todd starns dot com. And the play is called downstate, and The Washington Post says it's a brilliant production. The reviewer, a guy by the name of Peter marks, I don't know what I did to offend this guy, but I tried to reach out to mister marks to explain I wanted him to explain exactly why he is so enthralled with this play about pedophilia. And instead of returning my calls, he actually blocked me on Twitter. I don't know what that's all about. Anyway, the whole point of the production is that we should feel compassion and sympathy to those who are pedophiles. And The Washington Post calls that brilliant.
What headline? 'Gaslighting' Merriam-Webster's word of 2022
"Miriam Webster's 2022 word of the year is all about confusion and control. Gaslighting. The actor practice of grossly misleading someone, especially for one's own advantage. Merriam Webster's Peter sokolski says searches for the word gaslighting in the dictionary company's website increased by 1740% over last year, usually a single event will drive up the numbers, but he says searches continued throughout the year for this one. We kind of live in an age of information, but it's also an age of misinformation. The word derives from gaslight in 1938 played that was made into two movies in the 1940s, a man tries to manipulate his young wife into thinking she's going insane to distract from his criminal activities, the phrase medical gaslighting has become popular to describe when a healthcare professional dismisses a patient's symptoms or tells them it's all in their head, other popular words this year included oligarch, omicron, sentient, and cancel culture. I'm Jennifer King
Day 331: Peter Preaches to the Gentiles
"It is day 331 we're reading actually apostles chapter ten for Corinthians chapters one and two, probably chapter 27 versus 21 and 22. The acts of the apostles, chapter ten Peter and Cornelius at caesarea, there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion of what was known as the Italian cohort, a devout man who feared God with all his household, gave alms liberally to the people and prayed constantly to God. About the 9th hour of the day, he saw clearly in a vision, an angel of God coming in and saying to him, Cornelius. And he stared at him in terror and said, what is it, lord? And he said to him, your prayers and your alms have ascended as a memorial before God, and now send men to joppa. And bring one Simon, who is called Peter. He is lodging with Simon, a Tanner, whose house is by the seaside. When the angel who spoke to him had departed, he called two of his servants and had about soldier from among those that waited on him, and having related everything to them, he sent them to joppa. The next day, as they were on their journey and coming near the city. Peter went up on the housetop to pray about the 6th hour. And he became hungry and desired something to eat, but while they were preparing it, he fell into a trance, and saw the heaven opened, and something descending, like a great sheet, let down by four corners upon the earth. In it, were all kinds of animals and reptiles and birds of the air. And there came a voice to him, rise Peter, kill and eat. But Peter said, no lord, for I have never eaten anything that is common or unclean. And the voice came to him again a second time, what God his cleansed, you must not call common. This happened three times, and the thing was taken up at once to heaven.
MicroStrategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20K
"For a.m. Thursday, June 30th, 2022. Micro strategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20,000. Michael saylor, the CEO of micro strategy and American company that provides business intelligence, mobile software, and cloud based services revealed via Twitter posts that his firm had once again bought the dip with 480 BTC at an average price of 20,817 per Bitcoin BTC as the market remains bearish. Microstrategy saves the day micro strategy has purchased another 480 BTC and it seems that the crypto community is divided on the same. Peter Schiff, one of the biggest advocates of gold and a huge critic of Bitcoin commented on sailor's post questioning his purchase. Micro strategy has purchased an additional 480 bitcoins for 10.0 million at an average price of 20,817 per Bitcoin. As of 62,822 micro strategy holds 129,699 bitcoins acquired for 3.98 billion at an average price of 30,664 per Bitcoin. 8 17 Michael sailor sailor June 29th, 2022, increasing your stake by less than .004 seems more like an attempt to influence the market by demonstrating your conviction to other. The post micro strategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above 20 K appeared first on krypton area.
The Origin of the Diaconate
"Let's look at this. This is chapter 6 of the church. The church begins essentially. Jesus said he built his church upon the apostle Peter on that rock. And here in chapter two, we have the day of Pentecost and the birthday of the church right there. Now here we are four chapters later in chapter 6 and already, there are some issues. There are people there are factions on later on in first Corinthians will see even more kind of factions that are even greater in fact, we're going to see that in the apostles. But here's the first one in that first one is some people are being treated different than others. And that is not good. But it is not unexpected if that makes any sense. Because while the Holy Spirit is the soul of the church, so it's divine. The church still is made up of human beings. Who can fail, who do fail in so here we are. So then what happens to the 12 summoned the body of disciples to say, because it's not right, that here we are is the 12. We shouldn't give up proclaiming the word of God to serve tables, although that's really important to take care of the widows and orphans. So let's choose 7 men who are of good faith when basically this is the beginning of the deakin it. So the Greek word here that Luke uses is those to serve, so it yaku noi, or dacus, that's where in the Catholic Church we have deakins and I know in other churches they have that role of deacon. There's something to note about the role of deacon, but one is that they were anointed or sorry ordained very clearly in verse 6 that says these they set before the apostles and they prayed and laid their hands upon them. So that sense of here's an actual ordination. It wasn't like someone just chose themselves and said, I'll do it. I'll serve and they go off and go, no, this is actually an order in the early church. So the apostles knew that they were the episcopal, the episcopate, or the bishops. They knew that they were the Roy or the priests, and you have this yakini, or the deacons. Not only that, but the very next thing says that Steven, one of those. One of those deacons, who is ordained to serve a table, what's the next thing? The next time they're mentioned, it says that he is full of grace and power. He did great wonders and signs among the people, basically, he goes out and starts preaching and starts healing, and you're like, wait a second, bro, you just were ordained to serve at table, but here you are doing this. Supernatural ministry, which is remarkable and incredible. That maybe wasn't what the apostles had intended, but it seems like that was what got it intended
Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse
"Step back a bit because again, second biggest fund at the Democrat cause is 44 million, but that's just a drop in the ocean of all the other things he was involved with and along with his brother and everything else. The announcement of the collapse was delayed because of the midterms clearly. But why did this collapse? To me, it seems as if this is a classic Ponzi scheme. This is like the bird he made off. It was a sham. It was a scam. And at some point, not only was he taking funds out from his investors accounts to pay for himself, he was robbing Peter to pay Paul. So at some point, this just became a complete House of Cards, did it not Natalie? No, I think you're totally right and that it was a scam from the get go. And I think, you know, I'm not necessarily an economics expert, but I think when you look at it through the lens of the lack of regulation and the political side of it, I think that coming from the hill coming from The White House, there wasn't really any sense of fear from the FTX side of things that they were going to be held accountable or penalized for their actions and frankly, I think maybe that's why they were donating. So heavily to these candidates in the first place, sort of trying to buy immunity and keep in mind it wasn't just that they were donating to Democrats too if you go through The Washington Post as a chart of the largest donors throughout this midterm election cycle and a guy by the name of, I believe it's Ryan salami or Salim, but he was another FTX high ranking executive, but he was also donating. I believe the number was about $9 million. To Kevin McCarthy and some of his affiliated packs back in McCarthy packs. So again, I think when you see kind of going after both sides of the aisle, to me, it sort of seems like they were trying to buy immunity
Christ Gives Boldness in Faith
"Let's go back to the acts of the apostles first. Oh, goodness gracious. Okay, so at the beginning, what do we have? The context, of course, Peter and John, going into the temple. There was the man who was crippled, right? He couldn't walk. And in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the lord heals him through Peter, and this is incredible. Now, what happens? Is there being brought before the priest, the captain of the temple, and the sadducees. Now, I love that this says they're annoyed because they're annoyed. The savages are annoyed, captain of the temple, priest, they're annoyed. All those people are annoyed. Why are they annoyed? This is the interesting thing. They're annoyed because they were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead. Remember what the sadducees? The difference between the pharisees and sad duties. I mean, there's a lot of differences, but the sadness is the only believed in the first 5 books of Moses, right? The sadducees didn't believe in angels, the sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. And one of the ways we can remember that, of course, is that the pharisees and sadducees, the pharisees believed in the resurrection and the Sagittarius didn't, and that's why they were sad, you see. Old joke. Okay, but it says merely that they were annoyed. And I think that that is interesting. Anyways, here is Peter and John that brought before the council that's the same people that they were both Peter and John were in the presence of essentially during Jesus trial, which is remarkable to remember, because the first time we don't hear anything about John, we know that John went all the way with Jesus to the crucifixion, but we did hear about Peter, and we do know that Peter, he failed, right? In that moment, he was not bold in that moment he cracked and he denied knowing Jesus at three times and yet now this is incredible. First 8, Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, rulers of the people and elders, if we are being examined today, concerning a good deed done to a cripple by what means this man has been healed, be it known to you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified whom God raised from the dead by him, this man is standing before you well, and goes on to say this is incredible. This is a cornerstone line, not only because it speaks about the cornerstone in first 11, but in verse 12, the line is, and there is Salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. This is, this is huge, because Jesus himself had said, I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me. And here's Peter, who's making it very clear. There is Salvation and no one else. There's no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. And now the key word I think of chapter four is boldness, right? Keyword of chapter four is it says multiple times that they're filled with boldness. And this is remarkable. Observing them to be common, ordinary, uneducated men, and yet they have this new quality. And the quality is not theirs. It says they recognize that they had been with Jesus.
Late turnovers help Ravens hold off Panthers 13-3
"Lamar Jackson scored from one yard out with 7 16 to play in the fourth quarter for the game's loan touchdown as the ravens beat the Panthers 13 to three The score was set up when Marcus Peters forced a fumble that was recovered by Marlon Humphrey Humphrey also had an interception The ravens defense forced three turnovers and held the Panthers to just 36 yards rushing Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that was the difference This is a very good running team now and they pretty much dominated the run game really dominated the market That pretty much completely dominated the run game And we're making it really hard on baker all day Baker Mayfield was intercepted twice and sacked four times Craig heist Baltimore
Biden's granddaughter Naomi ties knot in White House wedding
"President Biden's granddaughter is now a married woman with a prominent wedding held on The White House lawn The White House kept in a private affair press secretary karine Jean Pierre It's a family event And Naomi Peter have asked that their wedding be close to the media Naomi Biden and Peter Neal were married on The White House lawn just the 19th couple to use the historic landmark It was chilly with daytime temperatures in the low 40s The bride wore a long sleeved high neck gown by Ralph Lauren with a very long veil The 28 year old Naomi Biden is a lawyer in Washington
Leno has surgery for burns from car fire, in good condition
"Medical update on former tonight show host Jay Leno who was burned in a gas link fire over the weekend The doctor caring for Jay Leno says the comedian had surgery for serious burns suffered while working on one of his vintage cars Peter H Grossman head of a burned center near Los Angeles says lino is still hospitalized listed in good condition and will have further surgical procedures on the burns Grossman says Leno's wife mavis is with him and he is in good spirits The doctor says Leno suffered burns to his face hands and chest burns that a plastic surgeon is categorized as second degree or verging on more severe in a statement to The Associated Press Leno said he had expected to be down for only a couple of weeks but the doctor says he has already told the comedian it's going to take longer than that A Moscow's Gabrielle
'Here comes the bride': White House to host its 19th wedding
"Here comes the bride will be heard at The White House next weekend President Biden's granddaughter 28 year old Naomi Biden and her fiance 25 year old Peter Neal are getting married Saturday on the south lawn She's the daughter of Hunter Biden and like her fiance They both graduated law school They met when a mutual friend set them up four years ago She'll be the first granddaughter of a president to tie the knot at the executive mansion says White House historical association president Stuart mclaurin There have only been really 18 I believe official president and First Lady acknowledged wedding ceremonies to take place at The White House in all of its history He says the first wedding was Dolly Madison's sister in 1812 the last 2013 when the presidential photographer tied the knot I'm Julie Walker
John Zmirak Decribes When America Was Kidnapped Like Patty Hearst
"America was kidnapped the way Patty Hearst was. And the kidnapping really started with the Chinese bioweapon came to America when COVID hit America and our elites decided to weaponize the panic over that. I don't know if you remember, but I remember being told that the virus could linger in the air for up to 24 hours. So that you couldn't go out anywhere because like the black plague, this new and mysterious virus was hanging in the air and nothing you could do could protect you. I remember being actually scared. When they first closed our churches, I guess I thought, I guess that's prudent because a lot of our priests are over 70. We don't want them all dying. We as more information filtered in, despite not because of despite our elites who were hiding the truth. We're lying about the origins of the virus. We're lying about what could treat it. We're suppressing information about hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin. We're suspending and persecuting doctors like Peter McCulloch, who are actually treating people. Our elites, what were they doing? They were dumping virus patients in nursing homes, killing thousands of elderly Americans of Korean War veterans and great grandmothers. Why? Why? To spike the death numbers so that they could declare states of emergency. John, excuse me. Ladies and gentlemen, what John is saying is true. Number one, number two, it's almost unbelievable, which is why so many people don't believe it because it's too painful. And
Election 2022: Few voting issues seen as key races unfold
"AP balance of power I'm Sagar Meghani in Washington the first polls are closed the first races are called and there are no surprises so far Democrats are going to keep the Vermont Senate seat now held by the retiring Patrick Leahy with Peter Welch moving from the house to replace him Republicans Rand Paul and Tim Scott will keep their seats in Kentucky and South Carolina The focus is still on a handful of tight races that will decide the Senate majority like Pennsylvania and Arizona The AP's fiduciary reports the AP vote cast survey of voters nationwide shows some discontent Most voters say they are defeated about the direction of the country is going in with concerns about high gas prices and the potential threat to democracy being among the top factors The president's pushed hard to brand maga Republicans as that threat to democracy the GOP meantime says the blame for economic troubles is squarely on him It's looking to seize control of at least one chamber of Congress which would upend the president's plans the next two years Sagar Meghani Washington
Jerry Foltz Breaks Down the Team Dynamic in LIV Golf
"So why was Taylor gooch straight? What's the deal? You potentially break up the greatest team in the history of sports. Like, what's going on? That's you know what? That's interesting. And I'm kind of on the outside looking into all this. I talked to a lot of players, obviously. And you hear a lot of rumblings. And you take part in a lot of conversations because literally it is one family out there. There's 48 players. There's not a hundred, 40, a 144 revolving parts each week. That you might know when you might not know. You know every single player. You hear the conversations. The team structure is something that I am not fully up to speed on, but there are 12 teams and there is ownership in those teams. The captain of almost all the teams has an ownership stake from what I understand at equity stake. And the rest of the player starting next year, the money that the team earned isn't one quarter share per player. That money goes to the team. To run the team to divvy up amongst the players on the team based on a contractual basis. So I believe I believe with no confirmation that many of the moves that the two moves we've seen and many of the ones we will see in the future. And I think there will be more to come before we start our next event. I think they have to do with who's getting what from what captain, what percentage here and there, and also to try and get maybe play for friends and be a tighter knit group. Peter, you line had a hell of a year, a better year than Taylor gooch is Taylor Gucci. Worst player than Peter, you like? Hell no, they're both incredible world class players. It was an interesting move to me, but it's not the last one. It's absolutely not the last. And from a team aspect, John, you mentioned that the team really sells you. It sells a lot of people and at least our culture and our sports culture, the team trading, the team, all the dynamics that go into running a team and managing a team are now part of golf in a way that's never been done before. I'm old. I didn't get it at first. I'm starting to understand it. I know the players were invested from day one. Again, I didn't understand it. I thought it was hokey. I thought it was forced. It's not. The entire entire motivation, the entire focus of the players that live golf. Out there. Yes, of course you want to play a great you want to win money. You can't control that. They want to, they want to develop the greatest team atmosphere they can and the best teams they can. And everybody wants to be the four aces next year.
Pfizer study says updated COVID boosters rev up protection
"Pfizer says a study of their updated booster shots shows a significant improvement in antibody levels In newly released findings Pfizer says antibody levels jumped 13 times higher in people 55 and older a month after getting its updated COVID-19 booster And four times the levels generated by an extra dose of the original vaccine Among younger adults antibody levels rose 9 and a half times It's too soon to know how much real world protection that translates into the shots rolled out in September but the CDC says only a little more than 26 million Americans have gotten their updated booster which is tweaked to target the most common strain of omicron variant The FDA's vaccine chief doctor Peter marks says the new data while preliminary should encourage people to get their bivalent booster before the holidays health experts say it's shaping up to be a rough winter with an early flu season children's hospitals already packed with patients battling another respiratory illness called RSV and COVID cases expected to rise I'm Jennifer King
The Electoral Politics of Arizona
"Get started on this discussion of electoral politics and especially how it's playing out in the let's just start with the Senate races. Arizona. We're going to start in Arizona because I think this is tied into the governor's race. We're going to talk about it in a little bit. With Mark Kelly Blake masters, Arizona has been one of the hot states over the last year and a half. Coming out of the 2020 election very similar to Georgia, Nevada and others, which are the in play states. Black masters came out of the primary. It's been an up and down roller coaster. To be very Frank with you, there's been a hard discussion between the national Republican Senate campaign, Mitch McConnell's leadership packs and others that whether to support blame masters in this race. And that's been back and forth, Peter Thiel, a big backer of black master says kick back in in funding this race and it shows. This race is tightened up a great deal. The debate between masters and Kelly, I think helped master solidify himself as a legitimate candidate in this race and one that conservatives can get behind and all Republicans can get behind in Arizona. We're not going to be fool each other here. And when we talk about Arizona, Carrie Lake is the engine that's running the train in Arizona. Her campaign has been very aggressive. Her campaign is garnered a lot of attention. There are people who are just drawn to her personality or willingness to speak. She has been, you know, just an amazing campaigner out on the stump in Arizona. And it shows, how
"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Matt awesome to have you back on the show. It's been a while because you were one of the very very initial an original guests on his podcast. So been looking forward to having you back from almost a moment. We finished our first discussion. Yeah thanks peter. It's great to be back. Unfortunately we can't see each other in person but this is the next best thing. Yeah yeah. I know we certainly will get together in person soon. I'm sure there are so many things wanted to talk about an end. You know i think last time. We spoke focused mostly on our mutual favorite drug rapamycin and our favorite pathway the m tor pathway and certainly for those listening. I don't want them to think we're not going to touch on that today. We absolutely are. But i want to start even broader than that because so often you and i are having these discussions about all things that pertain to aging and by find you to be one of the most thoughtful people across the topic. So i i sort of want to start with these broader questions about aging. A lot of people have different definitions of aging. In truthfully. I'm not sure i even know how to define aging sometimes. I it depends. I guess on the context in which i'm asked right. I think if my five year old asks me about aging. I would come up with one answer. And if. I'm giving a keynote talk and somebody asking what aging i'd have to give a different one. So what are some of the ways that you really describe agent. That's a really good question. And i think i would probably say the same thing that you just said which is that. I'm not sure. I have a great answer. And it changes. Depending on the situation. I think in the past. I often gravitated towards sort of a molecular definition of aging. So what are the types of damage that occurred during aging. What are the consequences of that damage in some ways the hallmarks of aging framework view. Right where we we know. That things like mitochondrial dysfunction. Teela mir shortening cellular senescence. Things like that happen during aging at the cellular and molecular level and contribute to many of the functional declines diseases that go along with aging. And so you know given my training in biochemistry and molecular biology. That's sort of is the natural place where i go when i think about what is aging. I would say over the last several years. I have developed a greater appreciation for functional definition of aging. And so i as i start to think more and more about translation of interventions that seem to affect the biological aging process in laboratory animals outside of the laboratory into the clinic. I spent a lot of time thinking about well. What are some of the functional changes to go along with aging and we know that across every organ system in the body. We see functional declines that go along with aging and so i've started to think more about things like frailty as an important component of defining aging from a biological perspective when we're talking about having an impact on health and longevity so i think it really depends on the context the other thing i would say is both of those definitions in the way. I almost exclusively think about aging unless somebody sort of forces me out of out of my box is from a biological perspective. There are other aspects of aging that intersect with biological aging right. That are probably as important as what i think of. As fundamental biology of aging to quality of life so social aspects of aging for example are extremely important in people especially right for quality of life as you get older. I don't tend to gravitate towards that kind of a definition of aging. But i do recognize that it's important so i think i just. I'm naturally always thinking about the biology of aging and as i already said i tend to focus on the molecular mechanisms that drive the biological changes that go along with aging. So let's look at this sort of two extreme views within the biologic and then try to figure out where disease fits in so on the one hand you referred to the hallmarks of aging and there's a very famous set of papers that have laid these out and if the day comes i can actually recite all of them. I'll be very ask i can. I always have to look at probably get seven. Yeah we could do like who can name the most hallmarks of so the. Na damage is one of them cellular. Senescence and other stem cell. Fatigue is another protein. Miss folding is another at forest. He'll amir shortening is another mitochondrial dysfunction. Is i never at that. I mention nutrient sensing issues deregulated nutrient nutrient sensing so That's my seven. What are your cellular communication. Bingo and what are we missing here. I'm going to be really ashamed if it's if it's something That i study eight or nine. That's not bad. So you've got you've got those and then at the other side you talked about okay. Let's talk phenotype. Let's talk about the outward expression within the organism and frailties. I think of fantastic example. Where does disease fit into this right. Because with aging comes more cancer with age incomes more cardiovascular disease with aging comes more dementia. And you could argue that. Those are functional certain maybe less so cancer but certainly cardiovascular disease and dementia are very functional forms of decline but of course their route. They have a very cellular component and a very strong set of cellular contributions. Do you think of disease is basically the bridge or the link between these fundamental cellular declines and the ultimate fina typic- declines no. I would not say they're a bridge. So i think that i actually. I actually personally tend to think. Almost the other way around where i think that. The functional declines that often proceed overt disease or clinical diagnosis of disease are probably as important or more important from a quality of life perspective as we get older. And you know. This may simply reflect the fact. That i'm getting older. And and i've noticed some of these functional declines in myself and i think these functional declines happen as already said in every organ every tissue. We don't always recognize them as such unless we sit down and think about and try to list out all of the ways that we have changed as we get older and those often happened far before you get diagnosed with any age related disease right. So i'm pretty fortunate. I turned fifty in february. I don't have any age related disease. At least that. I've been diagnosed with yet. I have a multitude of functional declines. Which fortunately don't impact me severely but that i recognize i'm not i'm functionally impaired to where i was twenty five years ago. I think it's just a fact. Any fifty year old is and so. I kind of think of those as the first things that you can observe that happen during aging often way before you get a an angel disease the other thing i would say about disease so there's actually two things two points i wanna make one is. I think it depends on the disease but we really don't have a good understanding of when the pathology of the disease is no longer normative aging. And what i mean by that is you know. We've got some understanding of the molecular cellular mechanisms that dr biological aging that contribute in some way to our risk of developing alzheimer's disease cardiovascular disease all of the age related diseases that that are major causes of death and disability but in most of those cases there comes a point where the pathology of the disease is not necessarily at a molecular mechanistic level and extension of aging. Biology becomes something different. And i think that's a really important to recognize because one of the implications of that is that an intervention that affects biological aging. Let's just say rapamycin we can whether rapamycin is really affects biological aging people. I think that's still a little bit of an open question. Let's just say for the sake of argument that it does. It's not clear that that same intervention is going to be effective once a pathology progresses to the point that. It's not the same mechanism anymore. So i think that that's a really important point that sometimes gets lost this discussion of aging and disease. So let's let's actually double click on that using a disease so pick one of the big three. Atherosclerosis cancer dementia. I think cancer is a really good example right..
"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"We got a couple of minutes left. But i wanna know why. You're very bullish on the seahawks who look a little bit shakey as we enter the season. I'm a little bit of a contrarian sometime so like they were twelve and four last year and they get talked about like they. They haven't won a game in the year. Yeah like their parents. While the russell wilson drama pete carroll stuck in the stone ages they threw it. There's like five teams through it more than they did on early downs last year in early in the games. But you would get the impression that they're down there with baltimore running the ball every single time. They set a franchise record for the point offense points per game. I know the scorings up but That's that that's what they were with the issues. They had which release us offensive. Line got hurt. They didn't have a pass rush rotation They're running runningback. Say ran out of them. And they really couldn't they had greg olsen as a tight end and they were twelve and four football team and russell wilson win the tank. The last half of the year against good even so when i look at them. I see healthy stable a backs. Ou added a third receiver in the draft. Oh instead of greg. Olsen we have gerald everett ever from the rams who knows the system is going to be a perfect complement. You've got way more. Pass rush debt. You're gonna have demo adams for the whole season you've built a defence around him. Look there. they'll different defensively. I just think they're a team it's easily discarded and just shows up and wins twelve eleven games every single year. The russell wilson's there they win. You're you're right. it's million the and the other thing the other thing. That is just amazing about russell. Wilson. i'm k- think of this. Played nine seasons. It's been nine seasons since he was drafted. Okay so nine years in the nfl. One hundred in those nine years. The seattle seahawks have played one hundred forty four two regular season games and sixteen postseason games while russell wilson has started all one hundred sixty of those games and in addition when i asked him in training camp. Tell me the one game that on wednesday you thought you might not play and he goes. There isn't one so i mean you don't. What do you want your quarterback you know guy was gonna show up every sunday and give you a really good chance to win. That's wills he worried me a little bit. You know with some of the complaining about the offensive line. I think once quarterback's worried about getting hit. You know that that is a little bit of alarm bell and the other thing is. I just saw a picture of him. And the guy's looks lighter and leaner. He's always come in a little heavy to protect himself. He looks lean and mean so hope you have them and the game he can do it again. Start all the games but back in my mind. I wondered if this year he he misses. So we'll see mike sando really appreciate your taking time. We'll definitely have you back later in the year and maybe we can do a home in home At some point if you ever need me please reach out. And thanks so much for for doing it. Thank you peter. My thanks paul burmeister. As always and mike. Sandra athletic for their fine takes on the two thousand twenty one national football league season. Listen enjoy it. This is as anticipated season. Is i remember for so many reasons. Brady trying to win it again at forty four For all of the young quarterbacks that three rookies stepping in opening day as the new basically keys to their franchises and we all know it's only a matter of time before just in fields and trae lance take over their team so those are the kinds of things that make following football so much.
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"Goff. It was like teacher and student and now when he's coaching matthew stafford it's like peer in peer And i think lead stafford is is a guy who finally mcveigh has somebody he really can trust you. You said something. I listened to your podcast with robert mays at the athletic which i thought was really good. It was really a deep dive into the rams. And i thought one of the points that you both made was the relative inness of this roster and the fact that they got a left tackle. Who's going to be forty years old. In december who is vital. You've got to corners in dairy sleeves and obviously jalen ramsey. Who are vital. You've lost your play calling playmaking safety in john johnson. So there's a little bit of adjustment there. You've lost your defensive brandon staley. You're gonna have the third defensive coordinator three years and and you know when obviously aaron donald is the best defensive player football but those those basically those four guys the two corners five guys to corners the left tackle aaron donald and matthew. Stafford eight to say that you absolutely have to have all those guys for seventeen games but there's there is some thinness behind them. And so i. I don't love their depth by thought. That was smart. The you robert mays pointing that out you know. Though i'll they've done a great job. Something wrote about early last year. They have found those john. Johnson's and maybe it's gonna be jolted jordan folder. You know what i mean. They have done a great job trying to beat the system and they basically said look. And i agree with this part. We'd rather use those late first. Round picks to get jalen ramsey together massive stafford instead of rolling the dice on some guy who's either going to be The best player to non cream addition of the draft or the fifth defensive. And who's the crap shoot anyway. You know what i mean. So they put themselves in position to hit on those second third round picks and they've done a pretty dang good job so i don't know if that's sustainable every year. You can do that but look i really debated hard on how to pick the nfc west. And i've i've defaulted the last couple years to what's the one thing i trust the most. And it's been russell wilson but there's a lot of things that you can trust with the rams to And so won't surprise me. I think they're going to be neck. Neck actually pulled five exempts in the league and the to rank the nfc one to sixteen and seattle and the rams tied for the third spot in the nfc. So i think it's going to be that type of a of a division where it could go either way and they're going to place himself games against one another. We'll see if maybe shane waldron leaving. The rams for the seat can provide a little bit of a boost or stafford come in and provide the boost. They need from goffin happily ever after they could go to the super bowl. Peter and your suit picks have been pretty good. I saw your in the football morning america column. I don't know if that was a little bit of a brag in there. Peter but those are pretty good. Recent super bowl picks. I mean you had like half the teams almost every time. Yeah i have five out of the last eight it was. It was a bit of a brag. But you gotta do. What i what i find. My is that I remember the year. I picked patriots. Rams i looked. This is what three years ago. I looked in the week after the championship game championship games where it was going to be the patriots and the rams and i think there's a very good chance i'm the only person who who picked that only person that i saw. Anyway they pick that. And and what. What i what i said to myself is okay. We we always get the living crap. Beat out of us for every prediction. That's wrong and most of them are honestly most of them are and and so. I guess i just kind of look at this and say just to let everybody know you know i. I'm saying peter's first year of watch league or whatever whatever you might say and look. It's it's so much. If i was if i if i had to bet the mortgage on something what would i do in vegas. I would bet. Kansas city in tampa every single year something happens. I don't know what's going to happen. Maybe nothing but if nothing happens to kansas city in tampa nothing of a very major way and they cruised to a super bowl rematch. Well it'll be the first time in. What twenty seven years or twenty eight years since buffalo in dallas repeated as the super bowl matchup it. Just it doesn't happen so you just try to say to yourself. What can i see happening otherwise so anyway. We'll see what's the best contingency. And i think you've got a great one. I will say this though. Kansas city's made it two years in a row mean so there and and three years ago they needed. They lost on of the miracle. Brady gronk finish in arrowhead. Who beat them. Yeah and not only that but i. I left the stadium that day. And i said man. I'll tell you if i was kansas city fan. I would be the bitterest person at the fact that i. I never got a chance. Such the ball in overtime. Because if i get a chance to touch the ball in overtime it's going to be brady. Goes down and scored. The touchdown goes down at scores a touchdown and then what happens. But anyway that was i. I i liked chiefs and i really like what they've done with their offensive line..
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"And i think he's going to get through this season healthy and went comeback player. You go my list. Peter defensive player of the year. I had myles garrett but i listened to chris talk about debit white and i had him on my list in the last few hours. I've changed my mind. He's going to be disrobed. This elvir big stage. So i'm switching to devon white their offensive rookie of the year. I went back and forth between mack jones and nausea aris. I'm going to give it to now z. Harris i can ask him being a giant factor a team. That's a lot better than it. Was last year defensive rookie of the year. We're gonna quarterback from denver. Patrick ser tan. It's already a really really good defense. He's got a chance to make some big plays on a national stage against mahomes. They also play the nfc east in the afc north which will present some other giant opportunities. Nationwide coach of the year. I had. I had sean payton for a for quite a while here. Peter within really started thinking about the steelers and john's who do a wonderful job. I think the saints are double digit. Wednesay who could win a playoff playoff game or to mike tomlin and it's not like everybody doesn't have a massive amount of respect for mike tomlin but the way finished last year in how poor that was i see them having a really strong year and being a factor in january and it just going to be a wonderful reminder of how awesome mike tomlin. It's hey how about this little stat and we gotta get outta here. And i gotta make a little time for mike sando. How about this. How got this little stabbed paul. This will be mike. Tomlin's fifty season as the head coach of the pittsburgh steelers and at the end of his fifteenth season coaching. The pittsburgh steelers the head coach. You will be forty nine years old. That is crazy. I just totally blows me away. It just totally blows me makes me missing by forty speed of it so long. Yeah yeah yeah paul burmeister. Thanks so much for everything this week. we're going to bring in mike sando in you and i are going to be back next week for a A really good review preview of week. One looking ahead to week tusa. Thanks so much like better. Thank you okay. Now for my conversation with mike sando of the athletic. We're back on the podcast with my good friend. Mike sando of the athletic and mike. I really appreciate you joining me. Because i saw you in indianapolis and i said. Hey we gotta take the podcasts together and we were going to do it and then a few things happened and we didn't get to do it so i definitely wanted to do it. Post training camp preseason. So i appreciate you joining me. Glad to be here. Peter i we had a good time there and cancer actually pretty good for what we were fearing through the pandemic. Wouldn't you say you got to stand there with people outside and have conversations in kind of felt almost normal. I'll tell you the. I was highly impressed with what i was able to do. It felt almost like a normal year from sitting down with coaches to Being pretty close to players. I thought it was good. But let's let's just start in indianapo-. Because i i find the colts to be a fascinating team. They're the only team that when i made my picks this year that if they were a pristine team if they were let's say atlanta with one hundred percent Covert cooperation that. I would pick them to make the playoffs. But it's just very very hard for me to pick a team with a new quarterback who's already missed a bunch of time this year both because a covert and because a foot surgery and your franchise player on defense darius leonard carson wentz and darius leonard at a moment's notice could go down and that is the reason quite honestly why i i was going to be a wildcard team. That's the reason why didn't have make the playoffs. And and i hate to to basically lean on that as a crutch. But i just think it's got a chance to be a big deal. Me your thoughts here. This is a place we should feel great about okay. Even though they it hasn't gone executive plan because and luck retired. Jim irsay the owner feels like he has the right people. There i mean. They just extended chris ballard and frank reich for like five more years. You would never do that a lot of places you would be all. Let's see if they make the playoffs. Jerseys like know these guys. These are the right guys. And i think most of us who've been around them and watch them agree. Hey these are guys. You want ring a franchise so i was going to feel great about them this year but i already have misgivings about carson palmer. Just as a player methylation wentz carson wentz carson wentz player. He hasn't played consistently well. He hasn't stayed on the field and he hasn't showed himself to be somebody who reaches all corners of the locker room as the leader. You know i did a piece. This is an unfair comparison. A piece this off season on our on our nfl. Top one hundred okay. The hundred greatest players in history jeff. Letting it was brett farve and every guy talked to talked about how this guy connected with every single person there and it was that that made him such a great player now. It's a tough standard for anybody. But i feel like whatever happened with. Wentz in philly was weird. There's not a bunch of guys rallying.
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"Have both battled injuries in recent years. And so we'll see. But i i didn't really have the agonize. I think on paper today if washington plays dallas washington's. Got a heck of a chance to win the game but you know if dak prescott stays upright. I liked dallas. Okay so you're you're pick to make it through for the nfc. The rams and i'm a little bit predictable here. Peter with my pick if think back to what i said about the. Afc went with cleveland. I kind of follow the same template with okay. I'm not gonna pick the buccaneers because it's easy. It's hard to find anything wrong with them so let. Let's let's go a little bit different route. And i thought okay. What quarterback do i like the most who seems to have a wonderful relationship. Playcalling standpoint with his head coach or play caller. Whose defense do i think is wasn't a huge problem last year but looks like it's quite a bit better this year and checking the box with all of those for me the green bay packers and i i know david. Tr he's not there and how valuable he is that team but he'll be back eventually banned he'll be back exactly and they have the benefit of play in the nfc north which they ought to be able to figure things out before he gets back and stayed with their heads above water and get to the point where he is he has returned and they're playing their best so i like green bay to make it all the way to la in the super bowl. I think it's a really good in logical pick and keep this in mind k. Wherever the green bay packers have put elton jenkins since drafting and what three years ago. He's done nothing but be a stunned. He's been great all over that line. And i'll tell you when i went to green bay. I'll just tell you this right now. Matlin flurries is not worried about left. Tackle it's not. He's not being cocky. Just not worried. He thinks elton jenkins is gonna play well out there and he'll play until bark the comes back. I'll tell you this you name any contender right now. Who's going to be without their left tackle for the first six or eight weeks and you just tell me one of them. Who can plug in. A guy is good as elton jenkins in that spot and there isn't one there isn't one. If the rams lose andrew whitworth thirty nine year old andrew whitworth they gonna play joe note boom out there and joe. Boom is a nice You don't swing tackle. Bees not a great wire so anyway i think you're okay. Look my super bowl pick. I'm picking the rams over buffalo high scoring game and it'll be the second year in a row or a team has won the super bowl on their home field after the first fifty four times that there ever was a super bowl. It never happened. So that's my pig my father the stats. Professors rolled over in his grave. Peter who calling unlikely while smiling at the same time. I'm sure i like. I like the air. Rogers lead packers to go past the baker mayfield. Less brown's in our baker mayfield lead that going to be without and they'll be with him in la okay so that there's a super bowl picks i know. You wanna get to some mvp picks. There's no lie team but we don't want to leave out the individuals here either. So who do you have getting. Alan look i pick my top three for. Mvp is one. Matthew stafford to josh allen three. Tom brady In my opinion. I think stafford if he stays healthy In his receivers stay healthy. He's got a chance to have the first six thousand yard passing season. Nfl history now. Obviously that'll be helped by the fact that they're seventeen games. But i just think that the chemistry between coach and quarterback is really gonna help that. Gimme year's mvp. I liked tom. Brady just over derrick henry and sometimes you have to talk myself into not going just all quarterback all these things theater so i. I looked outside of cuba. Who i like. And i think tannahill will be really good again. I think they'll win a lot. But if it's possible to lean on the ground game even a little more is figure things out without arthur smith. I can see them going that route. So either guy makes sense to me but i go brady over derrick henry the hard thing when you're trying to pick someone other than most other than a quarterback most valuable player is that the last time i mean there's only been one time since two thousand six that are running back has won. Mvp really yes. So so ladainian tomlinson one and in two thousand six since then so only happened one time in fourteen years and that one time was adrian peterson at twenty twelve. And just keep this one thing in mind remember adrian. Peterson was coming off a tornado. Ceo and other knee damage. Okay and peyton. Manning had a great not a good year a great ear. But excuse me remember. That was the year coming off that serious injury. That adrian peterson for two thousand ninety six yards and it was still a kind of split. Manning got some votes. But that's how hard it is for a non quarterback to win the mvp. So we'll see a great points. And i think it'd be because of how much they're leaning on the passing game now. I did mention him. I could see devante atoms if it's not a quarterback somebody like a receiver who goes crazy for a team. That is the one or two almost more likely for them to be in contention for the mvp as opposed to running back anymore. Let me just run down with a sentence. Each key picks Defensive player of the year i got. T. j. watt over aaron donald I think tj watt really thought. He should have won it last year. He's played great for three years for the steelers. Finally this year is i wrote. He leaves no doubt offensive. and defensive. rookies got. Kyle pits the tight. End with the falcons. Who i think is going to have a monster year and mike parsons. The linebacker with the cowboys. Who i think is going to play. The kind of sideline to sideline game that is going to Make him people are gonna look at the cowboys being instead of the thirtieth best defense whatever they were last year maybe the eighteenth best and the biggest reason is the addition of mike. Parsons my coach of the year. Is sean mcdermott. I think leading the bills to home field in a in a a very very tight race with the chiefs of i think wins him as the coach of the comeback player. I'm picking derwin. James guys played five games last two years after being all pro as a rookie. So i think he. I think he's. I think he had two semi fluky injuries..
"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"That's the afc where you like the bills. I like the browns. Let's go to the nfc now and just like you did with the afc start with your number one seed in kind of walk us down all the way to number seven the seventeenth. Do you think you're gonna make it. Okay well number one tampa bay. I think they're going to win home. Field in the nfc. They'll take advantage of the fact that basically you've got all three teams in the south every little bit down right now including the saints. Now the saints may not be down And i've got to make the playoffs but they're not what they were So you've got that. And the fact that i think tom brady who always always used The third down back kevin. Fog james white Were so important to what they did is an offense in new england now in my opinion one of the things that he really wanted this off season and he he didn't want he didn't wanna go beg for paul. He didn't want say. Because obviously you sound just a little bit greedy. If you'll say pardon me for. I just screwed up my laptop and pardon me for you. Know in essence saying that You know brady wanted to be really wanted. Another piece of the puzzle on offense but he wanted a third down. Back in. Bruce arians jason light got him one geo bernard of the bengals and they got him for one point. Two million dollars. I think that is a great acquisition for tampa bay number two. I've got green bay a little bit. Not because i think green bay is better than the rams but because i think green bay has much easier road through the nfc north to win that division as an potentially could go six no in the division and. I don't think there's any way the rams are going six in the nfc west. So i like green bay number two i. Aaron rodgers comes in quite as a church mouse off the field He's not going to be able to stop speculation about the future. He won't add to it rams number three. We've talked about it. i just love the matthew stafford combination. When with sean mcveigh number four dallas. This was probably the toughest division pick that i had. Because in my opinion i th i think washington has got a premier defense and has got a deep defense so washington easily could win this division but i think dallas is going to be explosive and fifteen percent better on defense this year than they were last year. So they're gonna have to win a lot of high scoring games. What i think you're going to win enough of them to be the fourth seed in the nfc five six seven. I've got san francisco which it will not surprise me one bit. If san francisco goes far deep into the playoffs. Whether it be jimmy garoppolo or trey lance. They had freaky fluky injuries last year. Early and often That almost ruined their defense and yet they still played really well defensively. So i think san francisco gets in is number five new orleans six. Look we'll see how jameis winston place this is probably more vote for their defense than for their offense. Thank your defense is a rough tough defense. And he's gonna play very very well. Seven seattle all. I know is that russell wilson. Anytime he takes the field. I don't care what the odds are. He's got an excellent chance to win the game and they made the playoffs. What seven of his nine years as a starter and I just i think any year any year seattle can come out of nowhere and really play. Well they have not played well recently in the playoffs. I don't think they're gonna play great this year in the playoffs. Either because of their seven seed. Imagine your road if you've got a win. Let's say in order a green bay tampa bay of the rams you know. How are you going to do that in a span of fifteen days. I doubt you can. But be that as it may they. They they they're always ability and and And i like anyway. I like the rams to go on the road. The playoffs twice to lambo and To raymond james stadium to beat the packers and the bucks The second one of those in a narrow nfc championship game victory So i like the rams to be tampa In the nfc. So we have the rams against the bills in the peter king super bowl Backing up now to your seven. Who made it. Peter in the nfc into the postseason so much different than the afc. Because to me is so much stronger you can pick any one of four five teams and make an argument that they'll be in the super bowl. You could also pick out so many teams that didn't make it and then we talked about the colts. The dolphins the steelers not in they all have a legitimate case to think their playoff seems who who almost made it in the nfc washington's. They're a little bit. But are there some teams that you really had a hard time leading out. Besides washington washington was the toughest one. But i didn't really agonize over anybody else in the nfc. I think chicago You know the offenses just gonna be okay. I think they'll struggle at some point. Turn it over to justin fields arizona. Arizona can get hot. And but you know i don't. I'm not if you rely on the cardinals to win. You have to rely on some defensive players like chandler jones and j. j. watt who are.
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"Look i you know. I'll just say this i I didn't watch a lot of preseason football. But i watched three quarters or a little less than three quarters of the patriots giants because i knew each team was gonna try to to play the ones and play very well And look it's easy to sit here and say giants offensive line stinks and it probably does. We'll see but that defensive front of new england is deep and it's scary. I think you're going to have a real emerging star this year. joshu che the second round. Pick last year from michigan. He has had a very good camp. I just you know. Look their secondary is okay. It's not great. It's just okay but look doug. Peterson told me this this summer. When i was saying that Loreto a little bit about the forty niners secondary's and he said hey if they're defensive front is healthy. You're not going to need a secondary and so we'll see about the patriots. But i think the patriots if you ask me right now and i know this same something when he consider some really good defensive fronts like like pittsburgh Particularly in baltimore. But in in cleveland. I think new england's got the best front seven in the afc. I'm gonna. I'm going to echo what i think. Some of the fans are probably out there thanking because even though your list is good and i should say this to you all the last four super bowl matchups. You have predicted at this time of your at least one of the teams to be in there one of those as you nailed both of them. So there's some very good credibility with your recent sample size here with who you pick to make it through but teams. That aren't on here. That some others we respect. We'll have in their play office. The afc no dolphins no colts no steelers. You wanna comment on any of those three or maybe oth- three look i. I liked the dolphins i do. I i just don't know. I'm so uncertain about two at tonga below I didn't love what i saw last year with him. But he was a rookie quarterback last year. I think one of the things that were judging. We judge quarterbacks too harshly. I mean look at last year joe borough. If you didn't get hurt he might have been a top twelve. Nfl quarterback last year just in herbert was a top ten. Nfl quarterback last year as a rookie. So we we make way too I well we assume that way too early in their careers that you know these guys are going to be good. And i don't think we should assume that but having said that to a tongue of might be really good and he said a very good off season. But i haven't seen him be really good so i just don't know and and so and what this came down to and it was close is that i trust new england's defense go a little bit more than i trust. Miami's defense even though miami's got a very good defense to and I don't know if mac jones is going to be better than to it. No one knows that. But i just trusted what i saw. The new england defence. A little bit more as far as indianapolis goes i mean. I hate to do this. But i mean this is a co related pick. It just is just. Don't like the fact that a two crucial players to that team at any moment could be gone for ten days. They lay down. Yeah and then the steelers. Paul i may lie. There's a lot of tough picks that you make when you when you do this but My l- asked playoff choices. I knew i was gonna pick new england. And i knew i was going to pick the chargers. I just really. I like both of those teams. My last pick came down to three teams baltimore. Indianapolis pittsburgh and i could've flipped that three sided coin but i like kuenssberg more than the vast majority of people in our business. And i'll tell you why i went to the steelers. Lions preseason game. Ben rothlisberger looked light on his feet relatively speaking. He's lost some weight. He won't tell anybody how much but he's lost some weight. He looks a lot more fit. Any played that way in that game. Against the lions tat. Fryer new tight. End from from penn state. Man does he have gradients or at least he did that night. Manny to very difficult touchdown balls from from rothlisberger. But i just think that mike tomlin always figures it out and you know i worry about their offensive line to like i worry about. Kansas city's but i just think what i've seen in them i like. I like what they did this off season. I like how they didn't panic. And i like how ben rothlisberger has come back a lot. More serious about his physical condition than he was late last year. In the end of the afc. You have buffalo beating kansas city before we get to the nfc. Peter i'm going to give you my afc pick. And i also have the chiefs making it to the title game. But i have cleveland knocking off the chiefs in the title. And here's here's my criteria. And i kinda gave a little hit when i teed you up. I just didn't want to go with the chiefs. Not because they disliked that she to believe in them. I think they're awesome. And if it was my own money. I may end up putting it on the chiefs. I just didn't wanna go chalk. So then i'm like okay. What's going to be. Besides i don't want to go with everybody's number one. Pick and for me with cleveland. I like this. I like the talents of baker. Mayfield allott and what used to scare me about him. Now makes the intrigued by him is that he is not scared. And he's courageous with his throws. He can get outside the pocket as much as anything. Peter like his relationship with kevin fancy. I like what they do. Schematically and i liked it. Their new in being really good at it together like i don't think teams are have them figured out it's not going out and olympic. Say i bet the best years. I bet the guest best games between and mayfield are still to come. And i think they're still become later in the season and their defense is going to be better too. So outside of casey. I like the qb head coach relationship a lot there. And i think the defense is gonna be more than just solid. Here's what i like about the browns right now. I like the fact that it's not just all myles garrett in the pass rush. I'm not crazy about today vian clowney. But he's absolutely a force to be reckon with he can. He can take over a game and so to have those guys. This book ends. I really like i think You know. I'm kind of on record as saying that minnesota defensive tackle delvin tomlinson is in my opinion the greatest signing of the year and free agency but i also really like the safety. That cleveland signed from los angeles. The rams john johnson You know. I can't tell you i've gotten to know brandon staley bid last year as the defensive coordinator in in la. He loved john. Johnson to the point that most teams give their signal calling capabilities to One of the linebackers but That wasn't what brandon staley did. He wanted john johnson. You know the sort of the quarterback of his secondary to be the guy who call the signals for that defense. He loved john. Johnston and i think he comes into to cleveland To a bit of a needy secondary in terms of you know take charge safety. I think he is just what the doctor ordered. I like your pick paul. I really do today. Many small business owners are busier than ever because they're focused on managing and growing their business. They can't always spend the time. They wish they could on recruiting. That's.
"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"General manager of the dolphins say. We'd rather have somebody we can rely on. Who's going to be around right exactly peter. I've been doing this Not as long as you have been at either. Nfl network or nbc the last seventeen nfl seasons. And i've worked with a lot of coaches ones who are current ones who counted as ex-coach's a of different personalities. A lot of used on the game and why they won or lost the one thing they all had in common. If you got him talking on camera off camera but what matter. The most repairs reliability. Is that person going to be there on sunday no matter what their scheme was no matter how old they were. That was the one thing they all had in common. And so need this kind of falls into that category. How long are they going to put up with that when the reliability is called into question. Yeah it's a great great question. Let's let's move picks now paul. I'll i'll just tell you a little bit about mind let's start with the afc mccain. And i'll just read mine down. And then i'd love to hear give you a thought or two on every team that i picked okay And then i'll tell you who. I have coming out of the afc. My seeds in order number one buffalo. I think it's josh allens time. He made a big step last year. And now this year. Now that he's got even another year of chemistry with defined digs in cole beasley and in my opinion. They've got an excellent bench of wide receiver. So you can't rely on your wide receivers your starters to necessarily play seventeen games. I love their depth that receiver. Gabriel davis underrated. Guy jake. coomer. Aaron rodgers pow underrated guy. I think buffalo is going to be pretty good now. All this is going to depend. Because i think they're going to score points. They've drafted three pass. Rushers in the top. Two rounds of the last two drafts. One of those guys at least has got to become a presence in the pass rush. I've gambling that. That will happen number two. We kansas city. Kansas city's offensive line which of the general manager bread beach told. Patrick mahomes ten minutes after the end of that embarrassing super bowl performance by that offensive line. They have remade the line. Five new starters veto said to mahomes. I am going to get this line fixed. He's fixed it now. They have to hope that three guys who never played a snap in the nfl creed humphry at center a rookie. Trey smith six round rookie at right guard and lucas. Neang at right tackle. they've never played a snap. Last year's third round pick opted out last year because of kovin. All three of those guys have never played the snap in the nfl. That is huge and that you know they. They got to be able to hit the ground running. I like them as the second seed may have some growing pains headline number three. I like tennessee is the third seed. I don't think tennessee is the third best team in the division but they will have the easiest division schedule with jacksonville and houston in that division. That's the softest division of the afc south some counting on tennessee padding the record a little bit and going forward now against those two teams. I got cleveland number for finally going to the top of the in the afc north. I got new england number five and this is not a pick saying. I think matt jones is gonna be great. This is a pick saying. I think the patriots are going to have a top three defense in the nfl. I think that their front seven has been so terrific during training camp and when bill bill check really cut him loose against the new york giants in that last pre season game. I mean the giants look like a high school team on you know on that front. I think that new england is not going to have to have this really explosive offense. Because i think their defense is going to hold teams to nineteen twenty twenty one points number six. I got the chargers if all goes well with the chargers. Derwin james Joey bosa can stay healthy. That is not a big if it's gigantic. If but if those two guys stay healthy and and just in. Herbert does to. This team could challenge kansas city for the afc west and finally got baltimore number seven. I like the ravens but man. Have they been devastated by injury in training camp. And i don't just mean jk dobbins either the running back. They're wide receivers. It seems like there's something wrong with every one of them so and they've got a really tough opening game. They have to go to vegas on monday night and they have to play a team in the first pro football game in front of a crowd in the history of the state of nevada. I know that sounds a little weird gimmicky. And all that. But i do think and i'll tell you one other thing paul about that stadium i remember. I toured it A couple of years ago. And when i toured that stadium The contractor the whatever the form and some somebody gave me a tour and basically said this is being designed for maximum acoustic cape volume at You know during games. So i'll tell you. Lamar jackson is going to have a lot of silence. Snap count on monday night in vegas. Anyway those are my picks. I ended up picking buffalo over kansas city. One over to In the afc championship game at orchard. Park new york ended up going with the bills to make it to the super bowl. Yes yeah yeah okay. It's a as. I was doing this drill for not only to have a conversation with you peter but i did the same thing with chris simms for unbutton this morning at i started out thinking okay. I'm not taking the buccaneers. i'm not taking the chiefs. Seems are so good. It would be so easy to go chok. I'm wondering if you started out with the same thinking that you know. I i'm going to go against the chiefs in the buccaneers just because it would be a little bit more fun and interesting to find other teams besides those two. That was part of the drill for me. It was easier in the afc. Because i think that josh allen is really going to be great and he's already. I mean amazingly became a sixty nine percent passer last year. He'll be more familiar with a deeper receiving core this year than he was last year. I just really liked buffalo. And it's not that. I don't like kansas city. But your your your point i can't sit here and say oh. Years where tampa bay is weak week anywhere and they got great depth. So my thing about You know the way i picked it. Is i normally don't like to pick teams repeating and honestly i i usually don't and this year i really didn't want to because it is so incredibly obvious that that Tampa bay with everybody back You know looks like they've got a great chance to repeat. I just didn't want to do it. I and i. I liked what i what i see. And in matthew stafford sean mcvay teaming up we'll get to the nbc idea nbc. The nfc here. Just a minute out. More in the afc. Though and as i was looking at these lists theater i gave it. It surprises me. And how much ause. I had in the afc with buffalo in new england. I like buffalo lot zoo. But i almost put the patriots ahead in the afc east over buffalo. I'm wondering if you ran into the same thought at all as you were doing this..
"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"While you're going to get suit and a lot of people will say well you know peter that's because the employer has all this power and the worker doesn't have any power not always the case. I mean it's the case sometimes but in a lot of small businesses sometimes there are workers that have a lot of power right. You're running a small business. You have some key people that you may really depend on. They've been with you for a long time. You've invested a lot of time into training them. They know a lot of things that would be hard for a new employee to learn. They have key relationships with your customers with your suppliers and you just really need them. And that's why you pay them a lot because if they quit. You're really in trouble. In fact sometimes a key employee become so intrical to the success of a business that the business owner makes that employees a partner in the business now sometimes though the employee is even more motivated than that he doesn't want to be a partner in his employer's business. He wants to go out on zone and start his own company so he quits any does just that. He's now competing with his former employer but the reason that he's able to do that is because he's learned on the job years and years of working for another entrepreneur enables new entrepreneurs to venture out into the world. The employer shows the employees the ropes. He trains them. He shows him his best stop. He shows them how it's done. And if you're working for somebody long enough you pick up the skills that are necessary to run your own company after all you've helped somebody else run their company long enough now. It's time to start running your own. And you know this is the way. Capitalism works so not only are entrepreneurs out. They're coming up with better ways of doing things innovating creating new products coming up with new services improve the lives of their customers and creating employment opportunities for their workers and raising their wages by helping.
"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"Fifty times bill parcells would say to the guys in the media. Fellows we didn't have any women in the me no seasons. We didn't have any women beat writers anyway. But he'd said fellas. All i can do is go by what i see and i think bella check. It's not a controversial statement but if you have gone by what you're seeing shroud training camp if If mack jones is better than cam. Newton and your bill belichick. Why wouldn't you give him the job. So i think all of us were basically saying. Hey look he's gonna let He he's really gonna let cam newton basically bench himself. But i think bill thought who gives us the best chance to beat the miami dolphins the week and a half who does and i think he thought it was going to be mack jones. I think it's fun. So peter when you can tie headlined in today back to what kind of the lead story was a season and you and i sat right here in march and april and soft about jones. And i think one of the things i if you like mac at college you like the fact that you could watch him at alabama and you can project what he did in that offense with the kind of drops he was taking the kind of routes. He was throwing and said okay. That's that's an nfl kind of thing. Now he's surrounded by. Nfl talent at offensive line running back and receiver and people wanted to knock him because of that but what he was asked to do in that offense you picture it in the nfl and now aligned that up to what we've seen industry preseason games the way he's reading defense the way he's getting to his drop and getting rid of the ball on time and it's going to the right spot with accuracy if you liked him in alabama. You can picture what we're seeing right now. I think that's really. Fun is a draft junkie so to think back how we were describing this guy if you were looking at him with the glass half full in the spring so what we saw in august it all lines up and bill belichick out to see that every single day he knows it better than you and i do but it all kind of goes in line for me that this guy is living up to. He's playing the exact same way he played at alabama. Now we'll see if he can do. September as opposed to august which will be a lot more difficult but the way i looked at him in the spring and all goes together with what he's doing right now a call. Let's see whiparound around the lee in the in the half hour we have left. You got to be quick. And i want your opinions on these two very good. Let's let's start out in new orleans and they're more important things more important concerns peter than football right now but football is somewhere down the list in new orleans or supposed to host the packers the first sunday of the nfl season. They're practicing in dallas. Right now what do you make a how they've adjusted. And you think there will be football in new orleans a week from sunday. I don't think there would be football a week from sunday in new orleans as we sit here right now in the last. Couple of hours sean. Payton is meant the press in dallas which is their temporary age q. I expect that to last for several weeks now. Not that The the saints practice facility has been torn. asunder ripped shreds That i have not heard anything honestly about it but it has to do with the fact that now is not the time to play football in the superdome now is not the time to take resources and put them in You know toward a football team practice senior playing that plus the fact that who knows when there will be electricity there so i think the most likely most likely but not certain the The the saints Who by the way only have two football games in the you know between now and halloween at home so they play a september twelve against the packers the opening game and then they play october. Thirty the giants Both of those games are scheduled to be in the superdome and And and that's it for basically almost the first two months of the season so i would anticipate that they would have to move the The game against the packers. And if that is the case in the nfl with these two hundred seventy two regular season games they basically have a plan for every one of those games for an alternate site just in case some disaster befalls site. And you've got a place somewhere else it normally you might look at the saints and say well. Okay you know. It'd be very close to go to atlanta Indianapolis is has staged some of these neutral site practices games. Detroit has been the same Houston is very close but bizarrely. Okay in the On the first sunday of the nfl season indianapolis is home. Detroit is at home. a houston is at home. Atlanta's at home so they can't go to any of those places and that leads me to believe that the best possible site for them is going to be in a place that does not have an nfl game that sunday and that is at and t. stadium in arlington texas. Where as we speak s- afternoon right. Now the saints are practicing. So that would be my guess. I don't know that i am obviously. It could go somewhere else. Who knows maybe they go to minnesota. I you know. But i just think they don't wanna go to a place that would be anything like a home field for the green bay packers. They want to try to sustain a little. Bit of that for the saints would imagine the. Nfl would be pretty willing to work with them. Considering what's going on in their homes out of the fact that they're in dallas as you mentioned right now practicing so that would make perfect sense. Since the cowboys are in tampa on thursday night football wise it also makes me think to peter. What a good choice. It was to go jameis. Winston a guy who has five years experience.
"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"Bitcoin held up very well during the week. In fact bitcoin was up during the week. It was pretty strong. It shrugged off all the concerns about the taper off the fed raising interest rates. Now why is that well. That's because bitcoin is irrelevant to monetary policy. It doesn't matter. What interest rates are. It doesn't matter what inflation is bitcoin's not and inflation hedge. I mean the only thing that's relevant to bitcoin on interest rates is the fact that interest rates are so low. People are interested in speculating which is why. A lot of other speculative stocks held up pretty well. In fact the nasdaq outperforms the dow way outperformed the russell. Two thousand was down about two and a half percent because you have economically sensitive stocks there and the dow was down more than the peop- but the nasdaq held up relatively well. Because people are looking to gamble in these momentous stocks and bitcoin again is a highly speculative asset. it is not an inflation. Hedge is not a store value so it doesn't react to the perception that the fed is going to be tightening policy to fight inflation because people aren't buying it as a hedge against inflation i mean they marketed that way but people are buying it because they think the price is going to skyrocket right. If you think something is gonna go up tenfold in the next year which a lot of people buy bitcoin. Do you know. That's not an inflation hedge. I mean inflation is going to be anywhere near that. High people are looking for massive and rapid growth when they buy bitcoin. Nobody's looking to hedge against inflation because inflation. Even if you take an honest look and say okay. Inflation is ten percent ten percent a year. Well if you're buying bitcoin thinking it's going to double in a year or triple in the year. How does that make sense as an inflation heads. That's way beyond anything. that inflation does so. Bitcoin just marches to the beat of its own drum in fact one of the things that i think really caused the rally over the last couple of days in bitcoin is the news that united wholesale mortgage which they're saying the second largest mortgage lender in the united states that they're going to start. I think in the third quarter allowing people who have mortgages to make their payments in bitcoin. Right and this has got everybody. Bitcoin community real excited. Because oh you see. Peter schiff is wrong right or guys like peter ship because this is showing mainstream adoption. Bitcoin is now going to be used to make mortgage payments. So it's like a currency so media of exchange it's being adopted and so everybody's excited see this proves the concept is working. It doesn't prove anything i mean. This is more of a marketing gimmick again for united wholesale mortgage..
"peter" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Tickets to the live. You made it weird and the living largo and hope to see you there in brea as well. In the meantime enjoy the incredible. Peter kam man. I love this chat and we're going to be doing more with some of the other new faces so here's new faces. One of who knows. Peter kim get into it how i think the only prison that added positive. That's really the first people mentioned the bottles and i just emptied the bottles. The problem is peter. Every time i use it. Three bottles sledding. Yeah your your sweat machine. So that's only like i just cleaned it. It doesn't matter it's stupid. It bears a comment. But you're the only person that said. Nice katie can attest. That's right. This is my i i never thought. Can you turn me up a little bit. You may. This is also the first one since the i just had. I just got this and this is blocking you. Katie it's like blacking at your eyes like a cia document. Yeah i had a and this is embarrassing. Are you ready. You know how when you get on an elliptically after kind of like like you have to lunge forward to like get it going. That was too much. I don't like that started. I like zero effort. And val and i were just talking about this last night. Like treadmills are easier than running like if you can run a mile and a treadmill. It doesn't mean you can run a my on. I was like good. That's what i want. I want you wanted his. I wanted easy. Why do i want it hard working out. You don't want it to feel hard. Thank you and you don't know good for you thank you. I don't even. I don't even know what i mean. But i'm like this is my trying first. Well you look great. Shot up she shut up. You look great. Thank you and it's effortless do you. Do you want one of those empty bottles..
"peter" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"He's happy did it. Because we got adam driver and adams remarkable and he really is great to have a. Did you play a role in in helping abandoned jennifer lopez. Get back together. I had. I wish i could say i did. I had the. I had nothing to do with it. I'm just i'm just sitting on the sidelines. Being happy for him you know as we finish up. I wanted to bring up the business that you're in in when it started. I remember the first time i saw it was. It was a minute in mystic pizza. Where you were sitting at a dinner table saying man d you wanna eat my green stuff. You know exchange. There's been academy awards. Nominations and stuff like that but hence the business fundamentally changed. Yeah yeah it's suppose computer goodwin is as you know. I mean like the you know when we lost the dvd market to kind of technology. You know that that that. Just that i mean i talked to one studio executive told me that that took fifty percent of our business web like literally. Cut our business in half. Yeah so the kinds of movies that get made have changed because it's much harder to recoup your investment and so if you make a you know a a drama for thirty million bucks or whatever a movie like stillwater. Maybe you got to put that into the print advertising and you got to try to recoup that in your theatrical run so it's really you know it's very rare to make a movie like this and that's why because it's rare people should pay attention to go. I hope i hope you can get people into seats. Peter i i'm a i'm counting on you man. It's hard about seats but we're gonna get this back together. You know that we end. This show always was song last time you gave me a raise. It was tortured to get you to sing a bar of my funding balance post. Stillwater is a movie that you as a father of girls in a fundamental way. What did you sing to your girls. When they're growing come on every father does yeah. I'll tell you what. I i used to my to go to songs that i knew all the lyrics to My daughter's thinking my fifteen year old. When she was like a loaf of bread in my arms i would sing. Imagine and blowing in the wind. Where the two songs that. I sang over and over to put her to sleep. We'll take a far of one of them as you as we go. How many rooms is that enough. Well i guess the next time will get a little bit more and we'll create a whole song of i'm so happy for you. I'm proud of what you did in this movie and thank you for taking the time. I appreciate it. Thanks peter. I appreciate it appreciate..
"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Inaccurate but trump answered. We know about that and we're going to shut it down about a week later. The nih is forced by the white house to sever or to stop the grant to echo health alliance. So at that moment look very much like wow. The trump administration is really interfering with the science. This is critically important. Research in a time of covert nineteen as the story has evolved. You know there are real questions about what was going on in the wuhan institute for aji. What our taxpayer dollars was funding there and because of the lack of transparency. It's very hard to evaluate that. So let's go back to january twenty twenty when the virus was identified sequenced. I think it's still looked somewhat contained at least contain to china. They had shut down wuhan. You mentioned that. In september. I believe twenty nineteen the database of all viruses extracted from the mine presumably. The database would have contained all viruses that they had been working on as well that had been taken down. That is right and we don't know why and it hasn't been put up since then. So what was presumably this transparent hub of international science with shangli doing these research experiments and collaborating beside to surround the world. Suddenly it was like a steel doors in front of this institute. Just were shut tight and nobody can see into what strains they hat what i mean. There was a lancet paper that came out in february of twenty twenty that very aggressively made the case that any suggestion that this didn't originate in nature was ridiculous was at a peer reviewed paper. Was it was an editorial what what was the nature of paper. Was it an opinion. Yeah so you know. It's important to note. It was not a peer reviewed paper. It was a statement which was published by twenty seven scientists. Who said basically anybody who is saying that this could have had a lab origin is siding with his trafficking and conspiracy theories and we stand with our fellow scientists in china at to say that this had a natural origin. So it was a big piece of branding that suddenly raising the question of the lab. Leak was aiding and abetting. Donald trump sina phobic agenda aiding and abetting conspiracy theorists and as the one of my sources said it was like it was nailed to the church door it became the orthodoxy and it really shutdown debate but there was something more consequential that emerged from that lancet statement the scientists who signed it asserted that they had no conflicts of interest. Problem was the person who had sort of designed and orchestrated the statement. Was peter dasha. Who is the president of ego health alliance a number of the scientists who also signed were either employees of him or add received grant money and even though he saying that he has no conflicts of interest. He was providing money to the wuhan institute of technology so it was not a kind of neutral value free assertion. He has a stake in this. He definitely has a stake in this. As somebody pointed out if it turns out to have been a lab leak it could do to the field of kerala g what chernobyl did to the world of nuclear science research right transform the whole thing shutdowns restrictions moratoriums so peter dash as the recipient of million will not personally but echo health alliance as the recipient of millions of dollars in grant. Money a definitely had a horse in this race. Besides nih who else would be funding. This type of research with the dod be funding. Any of this research has. Dod gave grants to echo health alliance. So as i spoke with investigators inside the us government who were looking at cova origins over the last year. What they found is that there is a big. They called it gain of function bureaucracy. Inside the federal government there are a lot of people who are invested in this kind of research who are giving grant money for this kind of research. So they have committed to this kind of very aggressive viral research and so they have an interest in the outcome of this question and as these investigators told me it had an enormous impact on their ability to just neutrally evaluate the question of origin. This is more of a question speculation but do you think that had all of this taken place in a world where it had been politicized in other words if politicians including the president united states had never weighed in on this. If this were a discussion that were only going to take place in the scientific community. Do you think the reaction would have been as polarizing. It would've made a huge difference mean partly this became so polarized because president trump at that point lacking a lot of evidence in april twenty twenty announced. It was a lab week that he was certain. It was allowed leak. Is there any evidence that he had intelligence to suggest that or was this simply an off the cuff statement right. So according to my sources the most significant information that the us government obtained came in the fall of twenty twenty late summer fall of twenty twenty so april of twenty twenty really predates a lot of the significant information that the government collected couple that with the fact that on the same day that he declared he was certain it was a lab leak hours earlier his own intelligence agencies. Put out a statement saying we are certain that this was not genetically modified as it turns out they didn't particularly have evidence for that either but You know it's clear that elements of the us. Government were sort of pingpong. Ing off of these phobic declarations that president trump was making not necessarily as a good faith effort to get to the bottom of it but more as a way to.
"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"And by the way if you're not yet a subscriber to my youtube channel make sure and subscribe encourage your friends to subscribe as well and until they're francis subscribe. This particular video is the second peter. Schiff was right video. Somebody came out with this one as a cnbc edition. It was a follow up to the original. Peter schiff was right video that particular video featured almost exclusively clips of my interviews from fox news. There was one i think. Cnbc interview in there but everything else was for fox news. They actually were taken from these saturday. Business programs that raw. There's a two hour time block. And there were four different half hour shows and i was frequently invited to be guest on those shows to kind of be the token bear to balance out all the other bulls and everybody would make fun of me and because of that it because how many people made fun of me. It was great footage for the ultimate peter. Ship was right video so that video really showed a disproportionate amount of clips from fox news. Which i believe maybe pissed off some of the producers on fox news which is why no longer invited on those programs. I haven't been on in years. In fact i think now they just have one to our live show on saturdays hosted by neil convert off my release sure but they stopped inviting me on ears in years ago and maybe it had something to do with the fact that they were pissed off at me for this. Peter ship was right video. That really concentrated on fox news and a lot of air gas sin and hosts. And of course i had nothing to do with the production of that video. It was made by fan and that person selected those clips but then another fan decided that cnbc needed to be more heavily scrutinized. So he put together or she. I really have no idea who did it. Another video peterson was right. The cnbc addition and we actually posted that one to my channel. You know i did get around to a couple of years ago. Posting a version of the original. Peter schiff was right because the actual original peter schiff was right. That had millions of us. The guy who put that up eventually took it down. I have no idea why he decided to take it down from youtube but he did i so i put one up on my channel just so it would still be there and the reason that we decided to put this one up as i have been pretty critical of cnbc recently and they haven't had any on any of their programs in years at least fox news still has me on. Maybe they don't have me on those shows. But i've been going. I'm tucker carlson now for a while. I've done fox. Business with louis claim in with charles pain so i am still invited. I'm persona non grata over at cnbc. But the real reason..
"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"In the world i mean you have other people who are against it neural rabin any you know Jim rickards jim. Rogers warren buffett. I mean there's a long list of people you know who completely dismiss it and say it's a fraud it's a con but i don't think anybody is as popular as me if you look at all the memes out there. It's i'm the one that everybody's making fun of. I am the laughing stock of the bitcoin community. So much. talk to me. I mean if he's now if he's coming off his high mark of being big engineer this billionaire. Who's you know making electric cars and you know spaceships. And he's now a big promoter of bitcoin and trying to claim that it's better than gold. I'm the guy that he should be having a conversation with in a clubhouse and of course what if he convinces me i mean what if what if he says something because ultimately if bitcoin is going to succeed at replacing gold. You're going to have to convince me. And people like me to accept it right and so this is an opportunity. Hey maybe we can get peter schiff. Let's take a shot. You know people keep saying well peter's never gonna like bitcoin because he's biased because he sells gold gold selling goal. this shift. Gold is a side business. it's a small percentage of my income. And i much so stubborn that if somebody can actually prove to me that i'm wrong i would admit it if some could actually prove hey. Bitcoin is better than gold and prove it to me. I mean that's okay. And of course a lot of the people who think that you should bitcoin. They also think that you should own gold. I mean it doesn't mean. I have to stop selling gold because i embrace bitcoin. I mean there's a lot of people that say. You gotta go as well as total meaning. Hold onto your goal. hold onto your silver. i mean look if elon. Musk is going to bill rocket ships. he's probably going to be using some gold silver and his electric cars. So you know. I'm a big target convinced me and all the dominoes are gonna fall right so if you're a big bitcoin guy get peter schiff on board. Get me to accept. Bitcoin and you you accomplish a lot. You know..