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"rutkowski" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

06:23 min | 10 months ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"There's no debate. He's the goat used goat of all. Go brady to center safety. Whiskas about caught ball taboo by rutkowski cannons in the nfl season opener last night. Forty four year old seven times super bowl champion. Tom brady threw four. Touchdown passes with three hundred. Seventy nine yards led tampa bay buccaneers in a game winning drive to beat the dallas cowboys. Thirty one twenty nine last night. In tampa bay cowboy's quarterback dak prescott was great as well over four hundred yards in his return from that nasty ankle injury as the 2021. Nfl season kicked off with a fantastic game yet. Another winning performance by the goat and sure enough inspired by tom brady. Avocado sales are already spiking. And just like tom tom. I've already drank and half my body weight in the number of of water this morning. So we finish up here. Because i really got to go to the can. I'm sorry that you're gonna go through. What food be go to the bathroom. I i'm okay now as well. Thank you on sunday. The chargers will debut in washington. The rams will host the bears. Sunday night at six billion dollars so fi stadium up in la the first regular season game with a full house there. The vegas raiders host baltimore. Monday night and emily's undefeated aztecs will visit you avai in tucson tomorrow night the aspects or one after beating new mexico state in their opener last saturday. Twenty eight ten. Stay tuned for the kickoff at seven o'clock tomorrow night right here. She a padres. We're off yesterday and visit the dodgers tonight through the weekend. Padres are buried in the division but they still have a one game edge on cincinnati for the second of two national league card playoff spots for speech seven. Ten our time tonight. Meanwhile in i was in the bardo night with some friends. And i had to go to the bathroom really bad you know so so went in there and i sat down and i looked up and on the stall. Somebody wrote metallica. Rules and under that somebody wrote metallica. Sucks and under that. Somebody wrote you suck it. Had somebody wrote screw. You just thought man a lot of people crap with pens this summer. I want to go to the beach. And barry metal objects that say get a life on him i like to be. I love the beach. I like to get there really early before everybody else shows up and take like thirty bottles with notes in them and thrown into the water. Wait for everyone to come to the beach when someone goes to pick up one of the bottles. I go up behind them because when they opened the bottle inside is a note. That says i'm standing right behind. You association weird. Mass at is sorry. Lebron james you've only got four rings and you're too old to catch michael six and certainly not bill russell's eleven so you're part in a goat discussion will never be settled like. It is with tom. Tom but levy. Here's the good news like anybody even considered to be a goat. Chris boyega's wadley attracted to you in other sports. Golf magic has listed the top ten most followed golfers on instagram boston. If you think you know. Who is the chris. Boyer pages spiritual knows the bit. Never mind okay i guess. Six thirty eight take seconds am a one five. Caging them sports network he. Siri remind me to watch. Dsp on tv mornings at seven forty k. u. s. i. Hey can you get me tv gig. It's one zero one five kgb. He fought the law. The law one the dnc radio show earlier this morning. We got into a discussion. That led us to chris. Boyer expounding on a belt. Tinkle's and faucet ballistics right yes they ever that is correct all right. Oh we also have the unfinished business of his heels down toes up stance now. Did that strike you as unusual very much. So do you generally see pete flat on the ground when you spy someone in the stall when you've only got that couple inches of shin and shoes that are visible from the divider line The stall doors beat flat on the floor. So i was in there yesterday. I don't know who it was. Although spoiler has since in a rather he seemed a little defensive about it yeah he jumped right in in mid sentence and declared himself to be the person in question correct and so i don't know if it was him or not but i'll assume it was. The shoes looked familiar to me. It always looks like a guy who's ready to go for a hike. Now you're in an office building and the heels were on the ground and the tolls were pointed out for the entire event a stance which i'm not familiar with army. Is anyone else here familiar with this stance or does anyone employ this method..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

"He is going to continue to deliver on his priorities of getting doing more work to get the pandemic under control, putting people back to work and those proposals. The American jobs plan the American rescue plan, the American families can will put us on better financial putting over time. But the spending would increase the debt to the highest it's ever been, and if and until tax increases offset some of that spending, annual deficits will soar. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News Annie's point woman, posting a Facebook live video that shows her getting a public nuisance ticket. Diamond. Robinson says she was walking on her street, talking on her phone. When a neighbor asked her to talk lower. Robinson told her to get out of my face and says a few minutes later East Point police pulled up and gave her a ticket. Robinson says she was targeted because she's black, the neighbor who complained his wife, she says she'll fight that $385 ticket. Ford's recalling nearly 205,000 transit connect dance in the U. S and Canada. The recall is to fix a problem that could stop the chef shift lover from moving the transmission into the correct gear. This recall covers Vance from the 2013 through the 2021 model years. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says efforts are underway to eliminate the long lines and long waits at the secretary of State's office, is testifying before the Michigan Oversight Committee. She said her office's online appointment system is the right way to go. But Republican lawmakers would like to see more walk in options history, revealing itself behind the walls of the old train station in Detroit. Continues on the structure, which will become four hundred's home for hundreds of Ford workers. Ted Ryan is in our archivist for Ford and says they've been surprised at what they have found down in the building is crazy Collection. Women shoes, Children choose. Pre 1934 baseball. Ah, bunch of beer bottles, and there was a very special one was recently found that had a note tucked inside it. And inside that old bottle was a message that had the names of two men who helped build the structure. Dated 1913 checking in on Wall Street this mid morning, the Dow is up 92 points. The NASDAQ is up. 43 4 WJR news. I'm Marie Osborne will have more with Rocky Rutkowski in two minutes. Nickel has always been a leader ahead of the curve, but his growth wasn't keeping up. So his pediatrician recommended PD a share nutrition shakes to help him grow and support his immune system. And he says there then he see also learn more at PD a shirt dot com. Lows has more of what trade pros like you need to get.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

"42 other states now have anesthesia laws similar to house build 43 59. Over a dozen medical studies show that the bill will improve access to safe anesthesia in Michigan. Just a zit has in so many other states, House Republicans and Democrats had already passed House Bill 43 59 overwhelmingly. Now it's time for the Michigan Senate to do the same. It's time for the Michigan Senate to pass house Bill 43 59. And put health care ahead of ugly politics. A message from the Michigan Association of Nurse Anesta Gist So this is where Detroit comes to talk. 7 60 wjr. Here's Today's guest host, Rocky Rutkowski. You know, Memorial Day has always been viewed as the beginning of summer and in Michigan, and after Memorial Day, people start getting into that summer mindset. You start taking more weekends away, you start enjoying the outdoors more. And you also start driving lot more. Especially since you know our driving was way down at 2020. Because of the cove. It shut downs. But let's be honest that now we're one year into this, pip. Auto reform insurance reform package that the state of Michigan passed and a lot of us don't even know what it means. And are we really seeing a savings and if not We still have to go through all this paperwork until our insurance agent or insurance company what We want what we what we elect to have his coverage and there's a lot of paperwork a lot of things that people may not understand. And would love to find out more information about how they should be acting and dealing with their insurance agent. So I thought, what better way than to have one of premier one of our premier auto insurance and insurance agents to come on board with us today and talk a little bit about Auto insurance and what we should be doing when we're talking to our agents. And that's Lee Peterson from Northern Capitol Insurance Agency. Lee. You're on with Rocky that high, Rocky Good morning. How are you? I'm fantastic. Let me ask you right off the bat. What should people be doing with their They're bring you Pip or auto insurance. Or how should we be dealing with our insurance agents? What wish? What should we be talking about, so that we can get the best rates. Well, that's a pretty big question, Rocky, So you know, in our office, we recommend to our prospects and you know our customers is that we do and insurance review off their policies, and each case is unique. Obviously, you have families and you have businesses. And with regard to the null thought reform while the intent was to offer savings, too, you know, the Michigan population. Um it actually became very complicated. And as you know, with the paperwork that you've received, and we've all received, Ah, lot of people are terribly confused. So what we've told them to give us a call. We'll walk you through. It will tell you what, what what to do or what not to do and what it all means. Because there is there are many layers to it. And then with that, we will talk to them about what kind of deductibles they carry. Well, look at their their driving history. Um, we will get creative too, because in certain cases there might be, um you know, a young driver in the family and perhaps that driver had a few speeding tickets. So You know, we might say, Let's let's carve that one out and put it But that person on the stand alone policy and give the family back there. They're discounts that they might be missing. Um, you know, we we offer multiple quotes. We look at all of those options, um, from limits that they're going to carry. Deductibles, the driving history um and a multitude of things. And as an independent agent. We do have the flexibility to analyze different markets or different products for our customers. And that applies to again the business and the personal side. So, um, to give your race down, Be mindful of your driving, you know, don't speed Don't don't think that you're going to get a great renewal when you had one ticket, unfortunately, and if you have two or three, it's it's pretty bad. Um, but again, you know, it really comes down to you Consult with your insurance agent asked them. You know what they ask what you can do ask as the consumer hate Here's my scenario. Maybe you have a business. You know, Sometimes we pull the vehicle over to the business side, and we can do that. Um, there are There are a lot of answers to this question. So I know it's Ah Ah, you know, I've said a lot in a little window here, but I hope that that gives us some some direction here in this constitution. Well, you're you're actually inviting us to have a an open conversation. Talk with the people that are insuring us The agent because you're working for us, right? So and I love the word I loved when you said, be creative. So let's talk a little bit about Pip and MCC. A many people may not know MCC a stands for Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association. And that was I believe before the Pip reform each person it wasn't on the driver. It was on each car that was registered. And that was about $228 every six months. Yes. Yeah, that was that There was a little flexibility and that sometimes it was a little bit more. But yeah, around that. That's about the right number, And now it's going to drop actually coming this July 1st. It's going to drop down to $86. But again, you know it dropped down to 100. So everybody saw a little bit of savings with that, Um, so there's a plus, However, we also are probably going to start seeing You know, Ray change. That's not in our favor for other areas of the policy because you know again we are a no fault state. We do have the richest benefits in the world. I mean, we have unlimited medical as an option now, as opposed to it being forced upon us, But Um, I recommend And I know that You know, as an independent agent and learning every day about every layer to the no fault reform is there There are many layers to it. But I do believe that everyone should still stick with the unlimited medical and that save $100 there. They should focus on Hey, you know, call your agent called independent Agent and say, Listen, What can I do with my deductibles or What can we do to be creative, You know, Hey, I own a business. Can I have a vehicle on my business policy, and there would be savings for that. Typically, um No, it's every case is unique. And every case has to be analyzed. Um, subjectively, so We don't we all We always sit down with our client and say, OK, let's let's think outside of the box here. What can we do? Because hey, who loves to buy insurance, right? Yeah, I'll tell you I don't especially for the price tag, but thank you very much for joining us. Lee Peterson, uh, the owner of Northern Capitol Insurance Agency out of Clarkston..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

"Piers, Today's guest host, Rocky Rutkowski Way start off this morning, really talking about something that's not really been covered very much, especially in Metropolitan Detroit. What's really going to affect us and affect a lot of the companies from the automotives all the way down to the tear wants to your twos and tier threes, And it's the news that our secretary of commerce Gina Raimondo basically said just yesterday the carmakers will not get any special treatment in regards to this ship chip shortage and you probably have heard that there's a summit conductor shortage and that there's a lot of cars that are being manufactured. But they're being put in lots of being stored and in some cases, a lot of manufacturing plants are are being I don't We're even seeing that here by General Motors, cutting the production of 278 vehicles so far, just this year alone. And now Ford Motor Company has said that they're gonna slow down the operations that they're flat rock plant and they're Michigan plants. You're hearing it from still anus and all the automakers. It also affects the tear once all the way down. And we are really lucky to have a CEO of glow. Globex Global. Excuse me Mo Bax Global. He's been in the automotive industry and for over 31 years, and he's going to share with us a little bit about the issues that tear one's air having with the microchip shortage in the labor shortages well and what it really means to our economy here in Southeast Michigan, the Midwest in our nation So I'm I'm glad to welcome Joe Perkins on with us this morning, Joe, How are you? Good, Rocky. Good morning, And thanks for having me. It's pleasure to have you and I got to start off by asking you. Are you being affected by the chip shortage and what's happening? Tomo Mo Becks Global actually. Yeah, Rocky and again. I appreciate you and wjr bringing up the topic. It's really a critical issue for the industry a critical issue from the standpoint of Detroit. Now I'll speak on behalf of the tear once and in my case. Actually a supplier that doesn't even have semi conductors and our product. It's it's a perfect storm right now and cute, too, is appearing to be really the most severe point of the disruption away. EMS backed off on orders from co bid tipped the man outside auto remains extremely high, and we're left with shutdowns were left with overtime cancelations. Ship productions and the tear one's air in a really difficult spot. Right now we're experiencing severe volatilities and effectively were worth the whim of the O E EMS with no insight into their supply chain. We're flying blind And as you mentioned, you know, we're pushing this down this volatilities down into the Tier two and the Tier three community with our purchasing actions suppliers with weak balance sheets. I see having real issues here over the next couple of months. We're not a margin business within the cheer one space where a volume business So the volatility is extremely disruptive right now. So you're basically saying that that cove it was just us hard to manage as the supply chain in some respects, right? Yeah, you know, spot on that's exactly right. And and I just met with my senior team here earlier this morning, and we've concluded that that it's actually in some cases a lot harder, Rocky, at least with probe it. We knew everything was shut down. We could plan we could react. Now we're effectively flying blind. We've we've gotta ultimately figure out in this town how the O E EMS and the tear one's become better partners because they're pushing their their lack of ability to get chips down into a very volatile situation with us again. Just not having insight into their supply chain management and we're left with With significant issues within our production plants. Tell me something, Joe. We've got Joe Perkins from the CEO of Globex Global. Are your employees working out of their homes or they were actually working out of the office is Well, you, uh, you've touched upon a sensitive issue. We We've opened our office. Rocky. Um, we've spent a lot of time debating what the right path forward is and since the spike occurred with covert earlier in the year, I opened the office. The headquarter office are plants have been open since last June. Um, but I opened the headquarter office a couple of weeks ago. Really? The driver of that was was a view my assessment of productivity within the workforce and that was starting the Wayne with individuals working out of the office environment, So I made the decision to open things back up a couple of weeks ago. Let me ask you this. I find it very difficult to understand how for GM, Chrysler or even companies like yours can do your rnd or development, your engineering or even your programs with others. If you're not in the office, how do you How do you develop a program or work on a program that maybe two or three years out? That you're gonna be preparing for and in creating the supply chain for if you're working on to your home, and you don't have all the tools in front of you. The easiest answer to that. Rocky is, I don't know in quite honestly, you know, I mentioned that I opened the office. You're a couple of weeks ago. Our tests validation. Engineers are design engineers have always been working here in the office. That's an imperative for us. So how the only EMS have been managing this and into my understanding They have still not open back up their offices. I don't know. But from my standpoint and I have a lot of colleagues in the Industry that have their headquarter offices open for the exact point that you just mentioned. Are you guys having a hard time hiring people? Because I'm hearing the labor shortages. Wells is a problem and is a moment's global having a problem with labor finding labor. So out outside the semiconductor issued number one issue and my company and it again talking to my colleagues. It's the number one issue throughout the industry is finding, um, finding labor not just down the hourly side torto to populate our plants that being the most important, But the talented labor within the salary workforce is well and linking it back Rocky to the semiconductor ish. You the You know, really The only the only positive right now with respect to the semi conductor issue is that I can't find enough people right now. So we're scrambling. We know volume is going to come back with with a fury here. It's some point in our job. Challenge of my leadership team is to ensure that we're finding available workforce to ensure that we're populating our plants filling open position into within the salaried workforce so that we're ready. When volume does come back, and that is the good news, Rocky that you know the industry fundamentals remain strong. Consumer demand is.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

"Rutkowski. Well, good morning. It's a beautiful day in Michigan, especially in southeast Michigan, something we rarely see the sun is out. It's actually getting warmer, and there's so much news breaking Across all the news wires from local news all the way to the state Capitol all the way, even down to Washington and around the world, But we're keeping your eyes on Liz Cheney as you've heard now, Liz Cheney's out as the Republican caucus chair. Replaced by Elissa Stefanik from New York. And obviously you've probably heard now that the governor of this great state of Michigan government Witmer as oppressor scheduled for 10 30 this morning, and we'll keep an eye on that. But we start off this morning with A topic that is going to actually affect so many Michiganders. And I'm not really sure if a lot of people really understand the impact of this issue or even the environmental impact, and what we're talking about is the line five issue. Because we've all seen the news this this morning and yesterday about the cyber attack on colonial energy and which closed over 10,000 gas stations throughout the whole eastern coast and into Georgia and Alabama. And this is going to affect energy providers. The attack the cybersecurity attack on that pipeline, But what we're not really talking about is an unprecedented attack because that one was caused by alleged Russian hackers. We're not talking about an unprecedented attack here. In the state of Michigan. By our own governor. And that attack is on line five and let me just let you know that. In a letter sent Tuesday to M Bridge executives, Whitmore put the company on notice that continued operation of Line five. The oil pipeline admit that runs through Michigan. Threaten will be threatened as an international trespass on state land. And if you really think about this, this is a huge impact to our economy and not just Michigan's economy. But Ohio's economy Wisconsin in this economy and cared And we have with us this morning. Jim Holcomb, the executive vice president, general counsel for the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, to talk to us about M Bridge Line five what it means and the impending closures. Potentially. Jim. Good morning. How are you? I'm well, Rocky. How are you? Thank you very much for asking. Listen, Jim, let's just dive right into this. What is Line five? And why is it so important to Michigan citizens? Line five is a pipeline that runs under the straight to Mac and I are very critical. Not only did Michigan but the entire Great Lakes region transporting a ladder, you know, important chemicals that we just really need in our everyday life. And it's been in existence for about 68 years. There's never been a leak under the streets of Mackinaw. The company does a great job of monitoring it 24 7, and unfortunately, the governor's kind of pandering to the environmental extremists who want to shut it down. Well, what is the what is the environmental impact? Really? Is there an environmental impact? What the what the governor is alleging is that you know if there was a leak, it would just be so damaging that we can't take that chance that this is ah, Pipeline. Those We know that operated for 60 years never had a leak and we need to keep this going. The governor is going down the wrong path on this. She's really putting not only our economy. But the Great Lakes region economy, the Canadian economy. In jeopardy and we're standing up there saying Enough's enough. We need common sense Solutions and M bridges come forward. We have a great corporate citizen. You said. You know what? We're going to make this even safer. We're gonna make it better for the environment and take away the risk almost entirely. We're gonna put a 10 Ft wide tank re encased tunnel 100 ft below the water. And we're going to run it through the four miles between the lower peninsula and up to the upper peninsula and make sure there's absolutely no chance that we'll ever have a leak. And the governor saying, No, That's not good enough way can't have this and that was negotiated by the Snyder administration of the previous governor. Correct. Correct 2018. There was an agreement signed the Legislature with involved bipartisan support. It's really an example of a great corporation saying You know what? We're even gonna fit the bill. Taxpayers are completely protected. So not only does this tunnel protect the taxpayers is they won't put a penny of it and protects the Great Lakes. It's a true win win situation for everybody, and we're really frustrated that we're getting to this point of Politics where were threatened shutdowns of vital piece of energy infrastructure Now, Jim, I got to tell you because I joked with listeners before we came on, I was doing Ah, Preview of the show with Paul. W and I mentioned is our governor declaring war against Canada because let's face it. The Canadian prime minister's livid about this and stated publicly. This is an unprecedented act against one of America's greatest analyzes. Is this a declaration of economic war against Canada? I think it's a declaration of really bad policy. You're exactly right. Prime Minister Trudeau is weighed in. In fact, there's a 1977 treaty that says, you know that the respective countries won't take unilateral action. I'm pipelines that treasure traverse their their boundaries for exactly this, so you can't have one politician going out. Trying to garner support from extremists in taking this action..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

"In today, Rocky Rutkowski. You've heard about this individual before. You've probably heard his name a couple times in the last hour. Everybody seems to know him. He's the vice president, portfolio manager. It shorts and company are very popular. Retirement investment company and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and for the past 27 years, which you may not know is he managed retirement plans and individual accounts, and he also served in my favorite here. He served as an army officer. He served for seven years and commanded a company in Operation Desert Storm and graduated from West Point the U. S military Kevin he taught graduate graduate school for 13 years of Walsh College. He wrote a couple books. One of them is spread the wealth and the other one is more Hap's fewer have nuts. It's our pleasure to have David Brew Han, who has been on the show multiple times when Frank was still hosting before, Frank retired, So David, it's great to have you back on with W chair. Thanks for the opportunity Rocky and start off with the draft day and the Lions are undefeated and there's always hope. You are. You are truly a great optimist. I think that's something that the Army breeds is optimism, especially in the combat arms, which is the infantry in the armor sections. We always believed that if it's not raining, it ain't training. And the more miserable it is, the better. It is right there. Ugo as an infantryman, you know it's infantry weather when the sun is not out. And, uh, optimism is what we used to call a perpetual force Multiplier. Very true. Listen, I don't know how to be optimistic. After last night's speech, I take it You've obviously watched it as well. And I've dubbed it now and hopefully this will go viral. I've dubbed it the Declaration of dependence. Would you agree with that, or it's certainly a different approach. Um, what I find interesting is that you know, Prior to Covas, the economy had momentum in many aspects. Unemployment was at Lowe's since the 19 sixties. We have finally gotten a decent trade agreement. Phase one with our Chinese counterparts on things were looking very, very good. Um What recently happened was more medical and economic, although it caused a great economic crisis and downturn in the capital markets. Um, but I believe this morning the print on the first quarter Gross domestic product in the United States was above 6%. So with New York it was announced this morning breaking news. Fully reopening Except for Broadway, which won't start until September. 1st. Um, there are still a lot of people that need help, But I'm I'm more concerned with an economist about the level of debt that the United States is going to take on. I have wonderful clients and all political perspective. And everybody is in agreement that you know you get the 30 $40 trillion in debt. I don't know if people alone the United States government money for 10 years at 1.5%, and when that interest rate creeps up, Um The government's gonna have to spend a lot more money just servicing the debt right now. The Federal Reserve actually owns between six and $7 trillion Of our $27 trillion dad. So we were basically monetize the dead on the side stepped in and blood our own securities. Um, but many of us that tried to be very centrist in our approach to both managing money. And looking at, you know broad economic impacts. They throw these trillions of dollars around like we're in Germany in the early 19 twenties. It's It's It is real. He considered and discussed and I think I think you would agree Nou as a conservative person. The biggest issue in the United States is now were void of dialogue both on the right and the left. And for all the sacrifices of all the people that has got us here over 240 some years. Um the United States needs to compromise. I was once pulled by a lobbyist in Washington. The best bill tasked. It was one that everybody hates because there had to be compromised on both sides. We live in the country needs need to get back to at least having some type of civil discourse. Um, that's kind of where I stand. But it it certainly is a different approach. Having Almost a new deal, which Roosevelt did in the 19 thirties type of approach. It's interesting that you bring up lobbying because in America we call it lobbying but everywhere else in the world wherever I traveled in the whole world, they always called it. Bribery or corruption. So we've got to. We've got two minutes and we've really gotta get down to the The brass tacks here, can you Can you tell us Because now Biden has proposed about $10 Trillion of spending. Is this going to create hyperinflation? And should we be looking at potentially investing in silver gold? What should we be doing? Or should we even be looking at crypto currency? Um To be briefing. Succinct stocks. Long term have been always a really great hedge against inflation, especially when you have 5 to 10 15 you no longer term in retirement. Um, gold under the Bush 43 administration was around $273 an ounce Now it ranges between 17 and $1800 an ounce to me, it's because the national debt has increased the gold. When you look at the national death is up about 7% per year. Um, crypto Currencies are a new option that was really born out of the financial crisis of Oh, eight. No. Nine um, the latest that has emerged Doetsch coin, uh, cereal and Bitcoin really started between 2009 in 2013 as new means of exchanges. Um This may catch on. Elon Musk is recently allowing Bitcoin for purchase of Tesla. Um, but I look at this more right now is an alternative investment like gold or silver..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

"7 60 wjr. Here's today's guest host Rocky Rutkowski. It's always a pleasure to be back on with all of you on WJR and where you are the truly the most informed audience in all of radio, and we talked a little bit earlier about the Biden speech. We're really going to get some insight now from a man who knows Washington better than most. He's the senior political reporter and White House correspondent for Newsmax magazine. His name is John Gizzi. He's been on with us before. John, How are you this morning? I'm doing fine. And I'm especially moved beyond with the M V. P for the All Star Station of WJR, A legend in Michigan and in the Midwest. Thank you for having me Rocky. It's my pleasure. And it truly is theglobe voice of the Great Lakes and, you know, I Earlier we were talking with Debbie Dingell and Lisa. Lisa McClane and Rana Romney were on the show, and we started taking some calls. But a couple of things that came out of the speech for me and I'd love to hear your thoughts on this one is we've heard the Democrats constantly talk about trickle down economics. I called their programs trickle down taxes. But more importantly, we've all heard and learned about the declaration of Independence. Well, last night's speech. I'm going to quote it tonight. Let's make some used today on the show. I'm going to quote last night's speech and call it the Declaration of dependence. What do you think I have? I have no idea that's going to catch on Rocky because right from the start President Biden talked about dependence in government and let me give you an example that he didn't say, but which is very much taken for granted. Right now. He spent the opening part of his speech hailing the American Rescue Act, which was designed to deal with Colbert 19 and which Was passed with bipartisan support. So far so good. But of course, many Republicans pointed out, there's a lot of things in the American rescue Act that have nothing to do with Copan 19. A case in point, Woz the mass expansion of the child tax credit now very simply what That means is that even families with no income or tax liability. Well, now get $3000 for each child aged 6 to 17 and 3600 for each child under six. Like a lot of my host Put it. We'll get cash, whether anyone in the household works or not, And in so doing Essentially, Biden and Congress have turned their back on the legacy of somebody Day. Hale frequently President Bill Clinton 1996. He signed the Welfare Reform Act to limit severely limit dependency on cash payments and require workfare rather than welfare. This is I've got it. I've got China welfare reform. I've got to chime in, John, Would this money with this money go to on Lee taxpayers and people of Social Security numbers. Or would this go to even illegal aliens or whoever Undocumented. Whatever you wanna call him. Well, let me put it this way. That's unclear at this point, but I'm sure someone will look for cases of that. Remember President Obama said that the affordable care act would on Lee go to American citizens. That's when Congressman Joe Wilson famously interrupted in saying You lie. Because Democrats were stripping out legislation to limit Healthcare to American citizens, So I have no doubt that it made trickle down as you put it into non citizens, And that means the tax burden on the rest of us will be very high. One more thing about Bill Clinton's legacy. In 2019 child poverty dropped to 14.4%. That's a 50 year low and the number of people on federal welfare rolls $2 million or 20% of what they were when Clinton signed the legislation. Unbelievable. Listen, you know Tim Scott pretty well or know of Tim Scott, Can you tell us a little bit about what your thoughts were regarding his? I don't want to call it a red bottle, but it truly was a a discussion. Response. Yeah, let me point out something. I've covered these responses to presidents of both parties for more years than I care to remember and more times and not the responder. Hears poorly. I can remember Marco Rubio, with his famous glass of water that everyone dwelled on, just talked in too much of a monotone. I am the candidacies for president of both of Florida senator and the Louisiana governor were severely hurt by doing this occasionally, one finds. Someone like the late Senator Fred Thompson of Tennessee, who responded to Clinton's budget address weeks after he was just elected. He was so good that the switchboard of the capital and his own office were flooded with calls he run for president. And, of course, Cathy McMorris Rodgers. Congress, a little from Washington State had an opportunity to weave the message about the state of the union into her own special needs child and touched a lot of hearts. Tim Scott essentially did the same. He made a case A strong is any conservative. Or smaller government and being in opposition to the nanny state. He also talked about his own upbringing, how it was his family and particularly his grandfather that helped guide him to maturity. And success in otherwise you might have failed out of school without them and again, he said. It was less government and the family. He also did not. Pull back from telling people, but he's been called the n word. And an uncle Tom by Progressive Democrats. In other words, those who say they're most for civil rights and along those lines, he said that His home grandfather saw his family goal from cotton to Congress in 94 years, which was impressive. It was an upbeat American speech, and I think Jim Scott will certainly be rewarded for it. I've known him since he won the nomination for Congress. In 2010 over the son of the revered South Carolina Carolinian Senator Strom Thurman, And in so doing, he ran to the right of the young sermon against government programs and again spending. Once again, he proves conservatism is cool. Yeah, And it actually is, if you really think about it, and one of things that you mentioned it when a debate you know when a debate is lost when slander becomes the tool of the loser. And for for what they're attacking the senator Scott about is just unfathomable to believe. Listen, we've got 30 seconds that I gotta ask you this question because it's been on my mind. The president didn't talk about D C. Statehood. He didn't talk about packing the court or the crisis at the border, but he no, he didn't touch on. But he did touch on H R one. And if people find out what's in HR one, they wouldn't support that. The the corrupt politicians, actors we like to call it. Why do you think in 30 seconds or less? Why he didn't why he pushed HR one last night. Everybody pulls show wants to vote early and once greater voter turnout. Tim Scott made the point that the controversial Georgia legislation does exactly that..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WJR 760

"Governor winner announced in easing of restrictions is coming soon, she says. When Michiganders get their covert shots, the governor laying out her plan. It's called back to normal two weeks after 4.5 million Michiganders or 55% of our eligible population. Have received their first shot. We will lift the state's requirement for employers to require remote work when feasible. And at the rate of inoculation, that first step could come quickly. In our current rate, we will likely reach 55% by the end of next week. Meaning we could reach step one just two weeks later before the end of May. It's counting on all of us to keep pushing to make sure we get vaccinated, and Governor Whitmer says more vaccinations are administered. The more state restrictions will be lifted for reports straight week. Michigan leading the nation, though in the number of new cases of the virus found a per capita basis. State health officials have expressed confidence the increases can be stopped through increased vaccinations. Michigan Court of Claims Judge Michael Kelly rejecting a bit to stop weekly coronavirus testing off state school athletes, a group of parents had sought an injunction charging that the state Health Department failed to go through a formal rulemaking process and making the tests mandatory. But the judge ruled state law does give Health Department the authority for such a decision in response to the pandemic. Three additional charges have been leveled against the plot to kidnap the governor, federal prosecutors charging a charge of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction against three men. Previously had been charged with kidnapping. The new charges would send them to prison for life. Garrett Soldano, a chiropractor and form former college football player, announcing that he's seeking the Republican nomination for governor in 2022, Google's Alexa help save a woman during a medical emergency. Boxes job, Jack Callaghan explains there. A Norton of Union found Ohio works for Amazon. So naturally, she has an Alexa device. She's also terribly allergic to yellow jacket venom. She was stunned by a swarm of them in her yard. She retreated to the house and passed out. Her husband, who was a work of time used the drop in feature to coach their two young Children and how to render emergency aid to their mom walking through, you know, getting me on my side. At that point, I was blue Foaming from the mouth. They were able to, You know, he was able to coach them on getting the epi pens and how to use the EpiPen. Paramedics later told Sarah Without her quick thinking, family and the election technology, she might not have made it. Jack Callahan. Fox News Cedar Point set to open for the summer on May 14th in the face of the pandemic. Reservations will be required. And Mass, though, will not be required outdoors unless it's not possible to maintain social distancing As we check in on Wall Street here this mid morning, the Dow is up 20 points. NASDAQ is up, 12. Four WJR News I'm Marie Osborne will have more with Rocky Rutkowski in two minutes. This'd Steve Gregorian, president and CEO of the Detroit Economic Club, the D. C and W. J R, encouraged listeners to get a.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Man who I wish was called the Boston bleeder off. It's sort of like getting punched in the face Christmas. All right, welcome back SI boxing podcast on this episode. We've got a great conversation with Evan Rutkowski who many of you have heard on this podcast before or when I get into the business of boxing Evan is a former HBO marketing executive now, he is the new director of boxing for ringed city, which has a new deal with both Sports Network. Their first fight comes up on November 19th. I talked to Evan about what his plans are for this platform how we can make it sustainable and just what kind of fight can expect to see in NBC's return to the boxing space because it is Evan. I do have to get you the biggest news of the week, which is a potential return for Canelo Alvarez dude his own Canelo, of course famously last week got out of his contract with golden boy. Got out of his contract with the Zone. We did a whole emergency podcast on it last week now off. The news is that Eddie Hearn who has a deal with the streaming service is negotiating a fight for Canelo Alvarez against Callum Smith and that could eventually lead perhaps The Showdown we've all been wanting which is a fight with Gennady Golovkin at some point next year. So talk to Evan about all the moving Parts with all this a little bit later on Katie Taylor. One of the biggest stars in women's boxing she returns for the second time in three months defending her Undisputed lightweight Championship. I talked to Katie about the last few months for her and we run down the list of the marketable 20-21 opponents from Amanda Serrano to Chris cyborg to claressa Shields, you know, what interest Katie Taylor I get into all that more with one of the biggest stars in women's boxing before I get to Evan. I do want to touch on the fight coming up this weekend between Kell Brook and Terence Crawford. This is Crawford's defense of his hundred forty-seven number. On title Kelly Brook is a pretty known name in the boxing space. Is he a significant threat? I don't know. I just don't see it. I mean Kel at one point was a formidable opponent, but that was back in 2016 before he had his face broken by Gennady Golovkin or in 2017 when he had his faith It Again by Errol Spence that was kind of the peak of the Kell Brook power. Now, he's thirty-four years old. He's been relatively inactive over the last few years. He's had some wage level wins. Most recently over Mark DeLuca back in February of this year. It's a name, you know, the name kelbrook..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sending the house. They got their with their base defense for the most part. And you see Donald's big sack total twenty and a half. And you look at the guy who plays next to him. And I think people just assume that the Rams get a lot of pressure on quarterbacks. You look at the star players. They have on defense and just blindly assume. That they put a lot of pressure on quarterbacks. They don't they're twenty four thousand thirty teams this year. They got one guy who does it. And I feel like Bill ballot. Check will make sure today that Aaron Donald doesn't destroy his game plan. They'll sell out to stop Donald. I like gronkowski to win the MVP. The Rams were thirtieth against the tight end this year in receiving yards allowed thirty out of thirty two teams. And they haven't faced a good tight end of the playoffs yet. They they faced Dallas who never found a Jason Witten replacement in New Orleans at the Benjamin Watson is. Not that Ben Watson, Shannon Sharpe. But. He's a quality starting tight end in this league. And he was unavailable for the NFC championship game. Because he was sick. Tight ends kill the Rams. Kelsey did in that fifty four fifty one game. Look at Kittles two games against the Rams Kittle averaged one hundred twenty four receiving yards and a touchdown. In those games. So I would expect rutkowski to go off. He's healthy. Bulging disc is over it in his back and achilles tendinitis has gone. And you've got the retirement thing looming over them. I don't think Brady's gonna have crazy numbers. I think gronkowski you will have a touchdown to and we'll be as leading receiver any might make the catch that wins the game. Here's Cody in Texas on CBS sports radio. I cody. Good morning, pony express. Love the show love love, the analytics, everything forty one thirty five Rams and Josh Reynolds is gonna be an MVP MVP eight plus catches hundred and fifty plus yards and two touchdowns. Why do you like him? Well, listen to you earlier, you said the patriots might try to take away. Brandin cooks. Yeah. He's uh unknown or the I guess you would say the underrated. Josh Reynolds for a big place. I could see an for twenty or thirty yards coming his way. They do a lot of that. They do a ton of that. They they are the league leader in these jet sweep plays where they get the wide receiver. You think thanks for listening. You think to yourself? Tyreek hill. Austin are the guys who are the gadget play wide receiver. So you want to hand the ball off to the Rams they run those little jet sweeps all the time. In Reynolds is the guy for them. Reynolds. Hey, I remember the Seattle Super Bowl the Malcolm Butler game. You got wide receiver. So I didn't even know we're on the team making plays against the patriots secondary. If you've got a star they're going to load up the stop them now. When the patriots played the eagles in. Oh, four Tarallo N's had a huge game. But McNabb didn't in. Brian westbrook. Didn't so it's always pick your poison. I think if Gurley was healthy. If Gurley was at his best either the patriots would load up to stop the run. And they would dare Goff to throw at forty times and win the game. Even though we had an exceptional season. Now that girly isn't one hundred percent. I think they'll double cooks because that's the wide receiver that Goth is produced the best numbers where this passer rating is one sixteen when he throws two cooks. And I think they're gonna force. Woods who's not a big play guy. He's a possession receiver in Reynolds. Who's less hailed the debate them? Goth is not put up big numbers in a long time against a quality team last time. He did it was that at the game against the chiefs. Fifty four fifty one. Gurley is a mysterious player in this game. He won a lot of you out there fantasy championships and was a monster this year the regular season, but got nicked up in December in really is not been the same player since there's an update on his health that I want to talk to you about here. We got an update on his health and. I want to figure out I want to know from you. How how important you think he is too Rams victory as you handicapped the Super Bowl? And prepare to make a pick. And. Maybe make a friendly bet with friends. What makes you think the Rams can win the game? Are you convinced the patriots when a blowout? I want your thoughts on this game at eight five five two one two four CBS. It's eight five five two one two four two two seven. You can follow us on Twitter at CBS sports radio on at the pony. Express pony. Spelled P O N I right now. It's time for the latest sports update with Alex.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:00 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"All right. So we start our number three. We are efforting former NHL or Kevin Weekes outstanding NHL analyst, and we'll have him. In the meantime, one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six we spent first hour talking about what happened in the NBA last night. There was some good news some bad the bad was Victor, oil depot blew out his knee. And he is going to miss the rest of the season that is gruesome gruesome injury, if you've not seen that you do not want to see that. Trust me. You do not wanna. See that on the other side of that had James harden going off again at Madison Square Garden, or is the rockets Twitter feed gloss did Madison Square harden had a huge game last night. And yet for a lot of you still not enough for a lot of you. You think this guy's boring? You think this guy cheats, you think this guy's bad for the NBA? My favorite of all he's a ball, hog, Rome. He's a ball hog ball hog who averages eight assists a game ball, hog eight assists a game. He's not a ball hawk. It's just factually incorrect golfer, and I had the conversation you might not like his game. You might not like watching his game. You might not wanna see this guy spending all that time on the free throw line. But guy doesn't cheat. And the guy's not a ball hog. And I've never seen anything like it. I mean, this guy's gone beyond Mike and Kobe territory into wilt territory, and I'm argue that it's better than we'll territory, I must say he's better than wilt. I'm saying what he's doing even more impressive will was giant against smaller men and did it and it totally different era. This is a guard doing it in this era and still is completely uncomfortable and unstoppable, and he's going for fifty every single night. I had a message for the saints fans. Turn the page. Get over it. I understand you got jammed it's drag but stop stop. Nobody it. I it, was empathy. But nobody feel sorry for you the way you're acting right now, and I'm shouting out to saints congress people saints. Mayors city council eye doctors bakers any of you and all of you who DAT nation. It's a drag. I understand. A bag is at it. Again. Alex rodriguez. And I have that for you too. And one thing about the matchup itself. I will be in a lion data all next week. So I've lost time to get into it. But let me just say this ten days out. And this is kind of a take off from what I said about saints with ten days out, which means ten more days of Super Bowl sub plots and storylines as an example, did you know that Julian Edelman? And Sean McVeigh played against one. Another in the MAC, are you aware of that? I'll pick that up in a minute. But as I mentioned, we're gonna talk some hockey, we're joined by an analyst for NHL network. More than fourteen years in professional hockey, you helped lead the Carolina Hurricanes to the two thousand two Stanley Cup. Final second round draft pick in one thousand nine hundred three part of NHL networks. Extensive all-star game coverage in San Jose. It includes live editions before and after the skills competition and the all star game. Kevin Weekes is my guest. Kevin good to have you back. How are you Romeo? Great. Great to hear your medicine. You're right. Having me on to to have you back. Thanks so much. All right. So all star weekend. Kevin starts tomorrow with the skills competition tomorrow night. And then you've got the game on Saturday. What is that all star weekend? Like, and what are you looking forward to seeing the most? Yeah, it's crazy. It's bananas. The atmosphere is always great, especially with it being out here in San Jose to San Jose th- got great fans an old school arena. You know, we've got a lot of beautiful facilities around the league now, but they had an older kind of intimate feeling in terms of the rink itself. They've got very passionate fans out here in North Carolina loved their team. But one of the great things about our league events is that we have any fans from around the world that travel to come to events. So that's what's gonna make it special. So it's gonna be that atmosphere will be real electric in and around the rink downtown, San Jose, etc. And then what I'm looking forward to is really just seeing people gave a lot of different players. We have a lot of skilled young players in the league. Now. I mean, we have first of all stars like Clayton plays for the Arizona coyotes as one. For the Dallas Stars is nineteen years old his rookie season NHL all star comedy young offense than for the Ottawa Senators who now this is really a second full season. If you will that's an NHL all starting to the first time all star. And for the Pacific northwest Seattle. Just being granted the thirty second franchise. Keep an eye on on Vancouver, elitist Patterson absolutely dynamic, and he's an all star in his first year in the league as well. As a rookie must have they had brought your last year that won the accurate accurate shooting competition. So a lot of young stars going to be a lot of fun. You're gonna see credible skill and talent. So that's gonna be tomorrow night with the kitchen, then today, of course, we'll have our coverage from media. They live from you today. So it'd be a lot of fun. Kevin Weekes doing what Kevin Weekes does breaking it all down. Kevin one more thought about San Jose. Let's talk about the sharks. You're there. When you look at what Eric Carlson and bread burns or doing on defense. And then when what they have on offense. How impressive are the sharks? You right now. Sharks are super impressive. They're Doug Wilson. Job. They've always been consistent as you know Romney. But I think they're taking it to a different level even compared to their team that wants to Stanley Cup against Pittsburgh two years ago. I feel like this sharks team is deeper burns. It's one enormous ropy and you have Eric who's one two of them. I mean tap no defense in your lineup. They're cooking with gas with their team. I love death that they have up front. Jumble. Joe forton is continue to do what he does. He's a of future hall of Famer they might end up having three on the. But it's all said and done maybe four. You have to be played college hockey at Wisconsin and won a national championship. He's been excellent. Did they got a lot of pieces of Andrew Kane is heated up. He looks really good. So I think the biggest challenge for the shark right now is mardi Jones Goldie who can be outstanding and who healthcare them just a little bit off his level right now. I think you probably have two levels. To go in his game. So once he rediscovered form consistently look out for the shark to right now this point they're second in the Pacific to the Calgary. Flames who've been the biggest surprise in the league they play great hockey Calgary number one in the Western Conference right now. So that's of course, they're both in the same Pacific Division. I'm looking forward to the the racist here in the second half of the season right down the game eighty two lucky in the regular season. Kevin Weekes NHL network analysts protesting about the all star weekend. Kevin what about Tampa Bay? They've got the best record in the league right now. Does that make them the team to beat though in your mind? I love tapa de buys me did a great job. There is no longer there as the is still there in a managerial capacity, but they they're exciting to watch that the real dynamic team. They got a lot of skill. They to are loaded. You know starting into net with their all star Andrei bath lefty. Even in his absence looming played very well. They've got all the pieces. My one thing rolled my one thing we talked about this with our boy, Tony Lupton, Mike rutkowski somewhere different people in the NHL network somewhere team. But one thing that I'm curious to see is once the playoffs come to windows two one game shirt. So they can shut you down. But are they willing to be physical enough? That's my one thing, you know, Stanley Cup playoffs the whole different animal, and it feels regulation size of the rest two hundred ninety five feet in playoff now with it could get down to one fifty by fifty right series to see if they've got the jam that they've got that physicality in the oldest that is a question Mark from. But aside from that they very much a Stanley Cup contender. No question. Kevin Weekes joining us. Kevin. I gotta ask you about the islanders. It's amazing. They were seventh in the metropolitan division last year. They bring in Perry trots in the off season. Now, they're in I in the division. How do you explain that turn around that quickly? I'll tell you roll me. And I hope we have some time for this. Sure. Trot last year the night they won the Cup in Vegas. We spoke to him and lobby for about an hour. This is okay. I'll being told about two three in the morning. Baco of New Jersey. But Trump is one of the best coaches in all sports, not just the NHL. But all the sports he has the perfect balance between tactician if you managed terriers, and that's what you need and from a tactical standpoint he believes in a defence I system in the team I system he told us a story last year about when he first got to Washington to coach the capitals, the the team field trip to go to the monument, and he said guys we're gonna take this picture as a sign for those people that have served are the nation. But also as a sign of our commitment to each other. And we're coming back here when we win the Stanley Cup four years later they were able to do that. So I got goosebumps. And he's telling us about that. But specifically with us islander group, you know, it starts with Morello who I had a New Jersey who's one of the best managers all sport, one of the leaders in the sport has their general manager, you know, as an example, I would bet Madison Square Garden last week. They're playing against the Rangers post game down in the lobby by their locker room. They have a full game meal setup. Outside the locker room for the visiting team at Madison Square Garden, I've never seen that before in all my years playing at the garden, and or broadcasting so that the attention to detail is what I'm telling you which starts with Lou, and then it filters through coach that his staff. So he's done an amazing job, man. Every one of the players comes up they're committed to playing that style. They have that structure, and they have the lowest goals against average in the league both gave the league and last year, they were the highest. So that's the chance for Mason. It's a testament to him in the staff Lou and the players would change improve. But to see tranged dramatically that quickly as amazing Kevin. I could argue that if you wanna talk about a position sports in terms of it being unique or challenging maybe navy. You start a quarterback in the NFL. And I say that maybe, but if not that then goalie in the NHL, and you could speak to what is life like between the pipes. I mean is a goal you're in the spotlight every single time. You play other guys might have an off night people may not notice. But if you have a bad night, everybody's going to know when. You played the game. How did you go about dealing with that pressure nights night in game to game? That's a great question. You know, what it started being a kid? It really started playing. You know, you fought back in Toronto for the Red Wings as a kid. And I remember if at all. This type of keeping your eight years old right to your teammates..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Like a supercharged nanoparticle unobtainable greetings from the boldest body. Most outrageous city in the world, a planetary capital of sun, fun sin sex and secrets might not so humble hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada. My name is George neck asional, host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator of tonight's upcoming cacophonous cavalcade of conversation, we gather here around the electron campfire on what is an auspicious celestial Cajun. Did you get outside tonight to check out the lunar eclipse, if you're listening to live, and if you live in North America, and if you don't have a lot of cloud cover where you live, you can still get a glimpse of it? It's still underway spectacular. Eerie? Awesome. I mean, any full eclipse. Is pretty cool. But it just so happens. This one occurred on what strong numbers call a super blood wolf moon super blood wolf moon. Sounds like something I'd make up just to sound spooky. But no, that's what it's called seems like a poor tent. Right. Should be a harbinger of something a title title of a slasher movie. Maybe and with a name like that something big should happen tonight. A night per skin walkers to prowl, or where wolves to how strange things to appear in the skies. Well, we'll do our best to live up to the mood of the occasion. And are glad you're here to howl along with us? You can't look anywhere. These days without seeing something about you oppose television programs. Dramas documentaries radio shows evening newscasts podcast. It's everywhere. Saturating our brains. I don't know if it's you off o- overload. But sometimes it feels like an and the stories about secret study is like eight tip the TSA venture the rumors of big things to come lots of scuttle butt out there and a lot of. Pushback to from people who don't want any of this to be true or don't like it because they're not part of what's unfolding, so they don't want it. I've seen that with these new the history channel series a project blue book this drama, quite a lot of snark from the UFO crowd about this show because you know, gasp, it's a drama. It's a scripted program. It's got actors in it. It's not word for word minute by minute recitation of exact events. It's not a PHD dissertation. That's not a scientific paper. It's a television show based on real events based on I'd advise people to chill out a little bit. But you know, when you you survey the landscape what's unfolding in our world, the temperament of the times, you know, no one wants to chill out about anything. Everyone's got a gripe about something. And and everyone seems to have a gigantic chip on their shoulders just daring someone to tip it off. And that is true in the UFO world as well. I have not had a chance to sit down and watch the entire first two episodes. But what I've seen looks pretty good berry X files kind of vibe to it for millions of people who might just now be learning about project blue book, the real thing. I I think the program is valuable. It's not a sun a documentary. It's a tool though, poor familiarizing, the public with some of the basics that we talk about on this program a lot that there really was a secret air force study that they tried but failed to explain away. All these you up. Oh cases and incidents that the project ended blue book that is. But secret studies did not. Timely news in later, the claims by the Pentagon that a more recent secret study of your foes, eight tip also known as also app ended years ago. It's all done. They didn't find anything of interest. So they ended it. Well, that's what the Pentagon says. It didn't it. The study continues. I don't know what they call a now. But it's still underway despite the denials and these statements from Pentagon spokespersons, and they will be able to chat about that tonight because both of our guest this evening will be at least nibbling around the edges of blue book. And what the government knows coming up in the second half of the program one of the best documented, but least heralded UFO encounters of all time Alkan lake nineteen sixty seven a man named Stefan. Michele act came face to face with a mysterious craft that it landed in a remote area, and this encounter changed his life in profound ways that also spilled over in his family's life as well. Michele act, son, STAN has collaborated on a book about that incident, and the fallout his co author is writer and investigator Chris rutkowski, they put together a thorough and entertaining and well-grounded account of that incident, and more importantly what happened. Afterward to Mr. Michele. That's coming up a little bit later. Burst though, how many times have you heard the old chestnut from UFO D bunkers about how you of. Oh, true. Believers are just chasing flying saucers in an attempt to find God that their search for aliens is really a search for the supreme being a substitute or organized religion. Or maybe it's supplanted religion taken the place of faith to fill a hole in their otherwise shallow empty lives. You know, the intersection of religion and UFO's has been explored before. And we've talked about it a little bit on this show tonight, though, we take things to an entirely different level. Dr Dianna walls Pesaka is a professor of religious studies at university of North Carolina Wilmington, she spent the last several years immersing herself in you up study looking at it from the perspective of a religious scholar to see if we are in fact, witnessing the birth of a new religion. But I think after reading her book I'd say that what she found as maybe bigger than that. Her bandage point looking at this intersection of UFO's, and religion and technology is explained in this new book American cosmic. And it's it's populated with many names that you and the audience will know, very well from listening to coast iconic figures in this Bill. Who have shared profound lessons along the way. Dr Priscilla joins me momentarily, and I've been looking forward to this for months ever since I learned about her book coming out. Webmaster lex loan hood. And I pulled together our usual assortment of items and oddities culled from various media sources around the world, we call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website, look for a big spooky photo of a full moon taken through some tree branches illuminated by a light of a campfire. That's what we call a scene setter. Folks that is a photo that was taken in the middle. Homestead of skin Walker ranch on a full moon last March among the stories, we have tonight in case, you did not read the New York Times piece about the project blue book TV series, we haven't and I'm not here to plug the show. I don't have anything to do with the show. But I wanted to mention the story because it was written by two of the three journalists who worked on the blockbuster report, December two thousand seventeen in the New York Times about eight tip Luella Zondo. Put the TV show into the context of what is unfolding around us right now. Good piece, Leslie Cain. Our colleague is one of the writers as a corollary to that story. We have a new piece written by Luella Zondo himself, which looks at the meaning of paranormal basically, he thinks, you know, everything is paranormal until it isn't until we understand it in scientic terms. Anything's one day, you f os and related phenomena will be better. Understood and will no longer have the.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And wide on the internet. This is coast to coast AM with George Knapp. Now, here's George welcome back. We jump on our magic carpet for ride back through the mists of time to may twentieth. Nineteen sixty seven and Canada's white shell forest near a place called Balcon lake. A man named Stefan mahalick was our prospecting trip out in the middle of nowhere by himself. He encountered something very unusual that it landed on the ground, and he had the courage to go ahead and approach it. I remember seeing a photo of the aftermath back when I was first starting to look into UFO's, and it it was a photo of a man who had opened up his shirt, and it looked like a grill had been burned onto his chest. Or like a checkerboard pattern and wondered what the heck is a story on that. As it turns out, what happened to step on is one of the best documented UFO encounter cases of all time. And yet, it's it's sort of been overlooked. I think in. All the current UFO hoopla, but that's about to change. Chris rutkowski is a journalist and science writer in Canada. And a STAN mahalick is the son of the step onto whom this happened. They've got a book out called when they appeared falcon lake nineteen sixty seven the inside story of a close encounter. And will we get to it in just a moment here on coast to coast AM? Feeling overwhelmed by the start of the new year. And all those resolutions you've made we'll get SuperBeets by human..

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"rutkowski" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Into your radio like a supercharged nanoparticle unobtainable readings from the boldest bodies most outrageous city in the world, the planetary capital of sun, fun sin sex and secrets might not so humble hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada. My name is George navigational host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator up. Tonight's upcoming cacophonous cavalcade of conversation, we gather here around the electron campfire on what is an auspicious celestial Cajun. Did you get outside tonight to check out the lunar eclipse, if you're listening live, and if you live in North America, and if you don't have a lot of cloud cover where you live you can still get a glimpse of it? It's still underway spectacular. Eerie awesome. I mean, any full eclipse is pretty cool. But it just so happens this one Kurd on what astronomers call a super blood wolf mood super blood wolf moon. Sounds like something I'd make up just to sound spooky. But no, that's what it's called seems like a tent, right? Should be a harbinger of something a title title of a slasher movie. Maybe and with a name like that something big should happen tonight. A night per skin walkers to prowl, or where wolves to how strange things to appear in the skies. Well, we'll do our best live up to the mood of the occasion. Glad you're here to how along with us. You can't look anywhere. These days without seeing something about you oppose television programs. Dramas documentaries radio shows evening newscasts podcast. It's everywhere. Saturating our brains. I don't know if it's you up o- overload. But sometimes it feels like an and the stories about secret study studies like eight tip the TSA venture the rumors of big things to come lots of scuttlebutt out there. And a lot of pushback to from people who don't want any of this to be true or don't like it because they're not part of what's unfolding, so they dump on it. I've seen that with these new that history channel series project blue book this drama. Quite a lot of snark from the UFO crowd about this show because you know, gasp, it's a drama. It's a scripted program. It's got actress in it. It's not word for word minute by minute recitation of exact events. It's not a PHD dissertation. It's not a scientific paper. It's a television show based on real events based on I did vice people to chill out a little bit. But you know, when you survey the landscape what's unfolding in our world, the temperament of the times, you know, no one wants to chill out about anything. Everyone's gotta gripe about something. And and everyone seems to have a gigantic chip on their shoulders daring someone to tip it off. And that is true in the u up a world is well, you know, I have not had a chance to sit down and watch the entire first two episodes. But what I've seen looks pretty good, very X files. Kind of vibe to it for millions of people who might just now be learning about project blue book, the real thing. I I think the program is valuable. It's not a documentary. It's a tool though, for familiarizing the public with some of the basics that we talk about on this program a lot that there really was a secret air force study that they tried but failed to explain away. All these you up. Oh cases and incidents that the project ended blue book that is. But secret studies did not. Timely news in later, the claims by the Pentagon that a more recent secret study of your foes, eight tip also known as Alsop ended years ago. It's all done. It didn't find anything of interest. So they ended. Well, that's what the Pentagon says. It didn't end the study continues. I don't know what they call a now. But it's still underway despite the denials and these statements from Pentagon spokespersons, and maybe we'll be able to chat about that tonight because both of our guests. This evening will be at least nibbling around the edges of blue book. And what the government knows coming up in the second half of the program one of the best documented, but least heralded you up encounters of all time falcon lake nineteen sixty seven a man named Stefan. Michele came face to face with a mysterious craft that had landed in a remote area, and this encounter changed his life in profound ways that also spilled over in his family's life as well. Michelle act son, STAN has collaborated on a book about that incident, and the fallout his co author is a science writer and investigator Chris rutkowski, they put together a thorough and entertaining and well grounded account of that incident and more importantly, what happened afterward to Mr Michel AC that's coming up a little bit later. I though how many times have you heard the old chestnut from UFO D bunkers about how you up. Oh, true. Believers are just chasing flying saucers in an attempt to find God that their search for aliens is really a search for the supreme being a substitute or organized religion. Or maybe it supplanted religion taken the place of faith to fill a hole in their otherwise shallow empty lives. The intersection of religion, and you up has been explored before. And we've talked about it a little bit on this show tonight, though, we take things to an entirely different level. Dr Dianna walls Pesaka. Is a professor of religious studies at university of North Carolina Wilmington. She spent the last several years immersing herself in you up. Oh study looking at it from the perspective of a religious scholar to see if we are in fact, witnessing the birth of a new religion. But I think after reading her book I'd say that what she found as maybe bigger than that her bandage point looking at this intersection of UFO's and religion and technology is explained in this new book American cosmic, and it's it's populated with many names that you and the audience will know berry well from listening to coast iconic figures in this field who have shared profound lessons along the way. Doctor bazooka joins me momentarily, and I've been looking forward to this or months ever since I learned about her book coming out webmaster, lex loan hood. And I pulled together our usual assortment of items and oddities cold from various media sources around the world, we call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website, look for a big spooky photo of a full moon taken through some tree branches illuminated by a light of a campfire. That's what we call a scene setter. Folks that is a photo that was taken in the middle homestead of skin Walker ranch and a full moon last March among the stories we have tonight in case, you did not read the New York Times piece about the project blue book TV series, we haven't and I'm not here to plug the show. I don't have anything to do with the show. But I wanted to mention the story because it was written by two of the three journalists who worked on the blockbuster report December two thousand seventeen in the New York Times about eight tip. Luella zonda. Put the TV show into the context of what is unfolding around us right now to good piece, Leslie Cain. Our colleague is one of the writers as a corollary to that story. We have a a new piece written by Luella Zondo himself, which looks at the meaning of paranormal basically, he thinks, you know, everything is paranormal until it isn't until we understand it in scientific terms. And he thinks one day you f os and related phenomena will be better. Understood and will no longer have the aura of.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"It's everywhere. Saturating our brains. I don't know if it's UFO overload. But sometimes it feels like an and the stories about secret study studies, like eight tip the TSA venture the rumors of big things to come of scuttle butt out there and a lot of pushback to from people who don't want any of this to be true or don't like it because they're not part of what's unfolding, so they dump on it. I've seen that with these new the history channel series project. Blue book this drama. Quite a lot of snark from the UFO crowd about their show because you know, gasp, it's a drama. It's a scripted program. It's got actors in it. It's not word for word minute by minute recitation of exact events. It's not a PHD dissertation. It's not a scientific paper. It's a television show based on real events based on I'd advise people to chill out a little bit. But you know, when you you survey the landscape what's unfolding in our world, the temperament of the times, you know, no one wants to chill out about anything. Everyone's got a gripe about something. And and everyone seems to have a gigantic chip on their shoulders just daring someone to tip it off. And that is true in the UFO world as well. I have not had a chance to sit down and watch the entire first two episodes. But what I've seen looks pretty good, very X files. Kind of vibe to it for millions of people who might just now be learning about project blue book, the real thing. I I think the program is valuable. It's not a documentary. It's a tool though, for familiarizing the public with some of the basics that we talk about on this program a lot that there really was a secret air force study that they tried but failed to explain away. All these you up. Oh cases and incidents that the project ended blue book that is but secret studies did not timely news in later the claims by the Pentagon that a more recent secret study of your foes, eight tip also known as Alsop ended years ago. It's all done. They didn't find anything of interest. So they ended. Well, that's what the Pentagon says. It didn't end the study continues. I don't know what they call a now. But it's still underway despite the denials, and he statements from Pentagon spokespersons, and maybe we'll be able to chat about that tonight because both of our guests. This evening will be at least nibbling around the edges of blue book. And what the government knows coming up in the second half of the program one of the best documented, but least heralded UFO encounters of all time falcon lake nineteen sixty seven a man named Stefan. Michele act came face to face with a mysterious craft that had landed in a remote area, and this encounter changed his life in profound ways that also spilled over in his family's life as well. Michelle son, STAN has collaborated on a book about that incident and the fallout his co author is a science writer and investigator Chris rutkowski, they put together a thorough and entertaining. And well-grounded account of that incident and more importantly, what happened afterward to Mr Michel AC that's coming up a little bit later. I though how many times have you heard the old chestnut from UFO two bunkers about how you of. Oh, true. Believers are just chasing flying saucers in an attempt to find God that their search for aliens is really a search for the supreme being a substitute or organized religion. Or maybe it supplanted religion taken the place of faith to fill a hole in their otherwise shallow empty lives. The intersection of religion at UFO's has been explored before. And we've talked about it a little bit on this show tonight, though, we take things to an entirely different level. Dr Dianna walls Pesaka is a professor of religious studies at the university of North Carolina Wilmington, she spent the last several years immersing herself in you up. Oh study looking at it from the perspective of a religious scholar to see if we are. In fact, witnessing the birth of a new religion. But I think after reading her book I'd say that what she found as maybe bigger than that her bandaged point looking at this intersection of UFO's and religion and technology is explained in this new book American cosmic, and it's it's populated with many names that you and the.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Designated driver of the airwaves and moderator of tonight's upcoming cacophonous cavalcade of conversation, we gather here around the electron campfire on what is an auspicious celestial occasion. But you get outside tonight to check out the lunar eclipse, if you're listening live, and if you live in North America, and if you don't have a lot of cloud cover where you live you can still get a glimpse of but it's still underway spectacular. Erie awesome. Mean any full eclipse is pretty cool. But it just so happens this one Kurd on what strong numbers, call a super blood wolf moon super blood wolf moon. Sounds like something I'd make up just sound spooky. But no, that's what it's called seems like a portend, right? Should be a harbinger of something. A tiger title of a slasher movie. Maybe with a name like that something big should happen tonight. A night per skin walkers to prowler where wolves to how strange things to appear in the skies. Well, we'll do our best to live up to the mood of the occasion. Bled. Your hair to how along with us. You can't look anywhere. These days without seeing something about you oppose television programs. Dramas documentaries radio shows evening newscasts podcast. It's everywhere. Saturating our brains. I don't know if it's UFO overload. But sometimes it feels like an and the stories about secret study is like eight tip the TSA venture the rumors of big things to come lots of scuttle butt out there and a lot of pushback to people who don't want any of this to be true or don't like it because they're not part of what's unfolding, so they dump on it. I've seen that with these new the history channel series project. Blue book this drama. Quite a lot of snark from the UFO crowd about this show because you know, gasp, it's a drama. It's a scripted program. It's got actress in it. It's not word for word minute by minute recitation of exact events. It's not a PHD dissertation. That's not a scientific paper. It's a television show based on real events based on I'd advise people to chill out a little bit. But you know, when you survey the landscape what's unfolding in our world, the temperament of the times, you know, no one wants to chill out about anything. Everyone's got a gripe about something. And and everyone seems to have a gigantic chip on their shoulders just daring someone to tip it off. And that is true in the UFO world is well, I have not had a chance to sit down and watch the entire first two episodes. But what I've seen looks pretty good, very X files. Kind of vibe to it for millions of people who might just now be learning about project blue book, the real thing. I think the program is valuable. It's not a documentary. It's a tool though, for familiarizing the public with some of the basics that we talk about on this program a lot that there really was a secret air force study that they tried but failed to explain away. All these you up. Oh cases and incidents that project ended blue book that is. But secret studies did not. Timely news in later, the claims by the Pentagon that a more recent secret study of your foes, eight tip also known as app ended years ago. It's all done. They didn't find anything of interest. So they ended it. Well, that's what the Pentagon says. It didn't end the study continues. I don't know what they call a now. But it's still underway despite the denials and these statements from Pentagon spokespersons, and maybe we'll be able to chat about that tonight because both of our guests. This evening will be at least nibbling around the edges a blue book. And what the government knows coming up in the second half of the program one of the best documented, but least heralded UFO encounters all-time Balcon lake nineteen sixty seven a man named Stefan. Michele act came face to face with a mysterious craft that it landed in a remote area, and this encounter changed his life in profound ways that also spilled over in his family's life as well. Michelle Exxon STAN has collaborated on a book about that incident, and the fallout his co author is a science writer and investigator Chris rutkowski, they put together a thorough and entertaining and well-grounded account of that incident and more importantly, what happened afterward to Mr. Michele act. That's coming up a little bit later. I though how many times have you heard the old chestnut from U F O D bunkers about how you of. Oh, true. Believers are just chasing flying saucers in an attempt to find God that their search for aliens is really a search for the supreme being a substitute or organized religion. Or maybe it's supplanted religion taken the place of faith to fill a hole in their otherwise shallow empty lives. You know, the intersection of religion, and you of os has been explored before. And we've talked about it a little bit on this show tonight, though, we take things to an entirely different level. Dr Dianna Walsh Pesaka is a professor of religious studies at the university of North Carolina Wilmington. She spent the last several years immersing herself in you up study looking at it from the perspective of a religious scholar to see if we are in fact, witnessing the birth of a new religion. But I think after reading your book I'd say that what she found as maybe bigger than that her vantage point, looking at this intersection of UFO's and religion and technology is explained in this new book American cosmic, and it's it's populated with many names that you and the audience will know, very well from listening to coast iconic figures in this field who have shared profound lessons along the way. Dr persona joins me momentarily. And I've been looking forward to this for months ever since I learned about her book coming out. Webmaster lex loan hood. And I pulled together our usual assortment of items and oddities culled from various media sources around the world, we call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website, look for a big spooky photo of a full moon taken through some tree branches illuminated by a light of a campfire. That's what we call a scene setter. Folks that is a photo that was taken in the middle homestead of skin Walker ranch and a full moon last March among the stories we have tonight in case, you did not read the New York Times piece about the project blue book TV series, we haven't and I'm not here to plug the show. I don't have anything to do with the show. But I wanted to mention the story because it was written by two of the three journalists who worked on the blockbuster report December two thousand seventeen in the New York Times about eight tip Luella Zonda put the TV show into the context of what is unfolding around us right now. Good piece. Leslie cain. Our colleague is one of the writers as a corollary to that story. We have a new piece written by Luella Zondo himself, which looks at the meaning of paranormal basically, he thinks, you know, everything is paranormal until it isn't until we understand it in scientific terms, and he thinks one day you of os and related phenomena will be better. Understood and will no longer have the aura of.

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"rutkowski" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"rutkowski" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Nanoparticle unobtainable. Greetings from the boldest body. Assed most outrageous city in the world of planetary capital of sun, fun sin sex and secrets might not so humble hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada. My name is George navigational host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator of tonight's upcoming cacophonous cavalcade of conversation, we gather here around the electron campfire on what is an auspicious celestial Cajun, you get outside tonight to check out the lunar eclipse, if you are listening live, and if you live in North America, and if you don't have a lot of cloud cover where you live you can still get a glimpse of it still underway spectacular. Eerie awesome. I mean, any full eclipse is pretty cool. But it just so happens. This one occurred on what astronomers call a super blood wolf moon super blood wolf moon. Sounds like something I'd make up just to sound spooky. But no, that's what it's called seems like a portend, right? Should be a harbinger of something a title title of a slasher movie. Maybe and with a name like that something big should happen tonight. You know, a night for skin walkers to prowl, or where wolves to howl strange things to appear in the skies. Well, we'll do our best live up to the mood of the occasion. And are glad you're here to how along with us? You can't look anywhere. These days without seeing something about you oppose television programs. Dramas documentaries radio shows evening newscasts podcast. It's everywhere. Saturating our brains. I don't know if it's you up o- overload. But sometimes it feels like an and the stories about secret studies like eight tip the TSA venture the rumors of big things to come lots of scuttlebutt out there. And a lot of pushback to from people who don't want any of this to be true or don't like it because they're not part of what's unfolding, so they dump on it. I've seen that with these new the history channel series project. Blue book this drama. Quite a lot of snark from the UFO crowd about this show because you know, gasp, it's a drama. It's a scripted program. It's got actors in it. It's not word for word minute by minute recitation of exact events. It's not a PHD dissertation. It's not a scientific paper. It's a television show based on real events based on I'd advise people to chill out a little bit. But you know, when you survey the landscape what's unfolding in our world, the temperament of the times, you know, no one wants to chill out about anything. Everyone's got a gripe about something. And and everyone seems to have a gigantic chip on their shoulders just daring someone to tip it off. And that is true in the UFO world is well, you know, I have not had a chance to sit down and watch the entire first two episodes. But what I've seen looks pretty good berry X files kind of vibe to it. We're millions of people who might just now be learning about project blue book, the real thing. I I think the program is valuable. It's not a documentary. It's a tool though, for familiarizing the public with some of the basics that we talk about on this program a lot that there really was a secret air force study that they tried but failed to explain away. All these you up okays and incidents that the project ended blue book that is. But secret studies did not. Timely news in later, the claims by the Pentagon that a more recent secret study of your foes, eight tip also known as Alsop ended years ago. It's all done. It didn't find anything of interest. So they ended. Well, that's what the Pentagon says. It didn't end. The study continues. I don't know what they call it now, but it's still underway despite denials and these statements from Pentagon spokespersons, and maybe we'll be able to chat about that tonight because both of our guests. This evening will be at least nibbling around the edges of blue book. And what the government knows coming up in the second half of the program one of the best documented, but least heralded UFO encounters of all time falcon lake nineteen sixty seven a man named Stefan. Michele act came face to face with a mysterious craft that it landed in a remote area, and this encounter changed his life in profound ways that also spilled over in his family's life as well. Michelle son, STAN has collaborated on a book about that incident, and the fallout his co author is a science writer and investigator Chris rutkowski, they put together a thorough and entertaining and well grounded account of that incident, and more importantly what happened after? Afterward to Mr. Michele. That's coming up a little bit later. I though how many times have you heard the old chestnut from U F O D bunkers about how you of. Oh, true. Believers are just chasing flying saucers in an attempt to find God that their search for aliens is really search for the supreme being a substitute or organized religion. Or maybe it supplanted religion taken the place of faith to fill a hole in their otherwise shallow empty lives. The intersection of religion and UFO's has been explored before. And we've talked about it a little bit on this show tonight, though, we take things to an entirely different level. Dr Dianna walls Pesaka is a professor of religious studies at the university of North Carolina Wilmington, she spent the last several years immersing herself in you up. Oh study looking at it from the perspective of a religious scholar to see if we are in fact, witnessing the birth of a new religion. But I think after. Reading her book. I'd say that what she found as maybe bigger than that her bandage point looking at this intersection of UFO's and religion and technology is explained in this new book American cosmic, and it's it's populated with many names that you and the audience will know, very well from listening to coast iconic figures in this field who have shared profound lessons along the way. Dr Prasada joins me momentarily, and I've been looking forward to this or months ever since I learned about her book coming out. Webmaster lex loan hood. And I pulled together our usual assortment of oddities cold from various media sources around the world, we call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website, look for a big spooky photo of a full moon taken through some tree branches illuminated by a light of a campfire. That's what we call a scene setter. Folks that is a photo that was taken in the middle. Homestead of skin Walker ranch on a full moon last March among the stories, we have tonight in case, you did not read the New York Times piece about the project blue book TV series, we haven't and I'm not here to plug the show. I don't have anything to do with the show. But I wanted to mention the story because it was written by two of the three journalists who worked on the blockbuster report December two thousand seventeen in the New York Times about eight tip Luella Zondo it put the TV show into the context of what is unfolding around us right now. Good piece. Wesley cain. Our colleague is one of the writers as a corollary to that story. We have a new piece written by Luella Zondo himself, which looks at the meaning of paranormal basically, he thinks, you know, everything is paranormal until it isn't until we understand it in scientific terms. And he thinks one day you f os and related phenomena will be better. Understood and will no longer have the aura of.

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WR Willie Snead now a Baltimore Raven after New Orleans Saints decline to match offer sheet

Carmen & Jurko

01:58 min | 4 years ago

WR Willie Snead now a Baltimore Raven after New Orleans Saints decline to match offer sheet

"Every week in baseball no matter how many were there last year i mean there's still only l ever eleven kyle busch against the no hitter ken i think i'm leaning kyle busch let's give your go one all right jeeze me anything i just know hint that cosign for keeps is it kile or curd which one kyle book hi karina ro ro cowboys kyle bushes are never in a million and kyle busch are joe's stone crab primetime player of the week and remember that before you could win the gift card chips i like it oh my god jim this coming up in about oh about six seven minutes what's trending anything good chris well you guys were talking about a little bit earlier agent for tom brady don yee says he expects tom brady to play in two thousand eighteen right did you guys see that gronk horse the horse named gronk may not be in the derby oh what hazard they've had setbacks also it may not be running in this year's derby he's had health setbacks on cross bronx rutkowski not gonna make it or that's too bad just bought into all the also eligible so they go to the also eligible might be able to get in now by the way tweet the poll ad karman defile co how many more seasons will tom brady play over under one and a half sixty five percent of the audience right now going over old wrenches where most of us feel it's almost where the smart money early on in the voting i would say six and a half out of ten what else what else guys schefter reporting that these saints won't match the ravens offer sheet for willie snead wide receiver yeah needs to want to have a little bit of problems so was suspended last year the ravens wanted kim meredith they offered him a contract he didn't sign any sign the saints offer sheet the bears didn't match he goes down there now wilson he goes baltimore.

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