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A highlight from What a Weird Week: Please Lady, Don't Go in for your Apple Watch! Fri Sept 29th
"This is the What A Weird Week show for Friday, September 29th. Please, lady, don't go in for your Apple Watch. Hi, everybody, it's Weird. This is like Crazy Moon here. Really weird, weird tale. Well, I got a great show for you today. It was so wonderful. Weird stuff! Hi, friends, I'm Scott. Thanks for checking out What A Weird Week, a show about the weird ones from the news this week. Here's the top 10 for season four, episode 53, first published Friday, September 29th, 2023. Kicking off our top 10 of weird this week is Tinder's very expensive option, mixed news, $4 .99 per month, Tinder Select. It's been made available to a select number of Tinder users, and some of the things they say you would get for that $4 .99 per month include new features, one described as VIP search, matching, and conversation. It must be tough out there. I've been married a long time. I had no idea, you guys. So tough to find love, $4 .99 per month, six grand a year almost for this new Tinder option. Tinder already has their company, already has a different app called The League, which is $1 ,000 per week? I had no idea. Just thinking now, should I have mentioned Tinder as a dating app? You're, I mean, I was married BA before apps. So if you're like me, just, just to be clear, Tinder is a dating app. What's an app? Oh, well, it's something you order before the main dish at a restaurant, as near as I can tell. Nine. Our number nine story on the top 10 list of weird news is Wienermobile rides again. Four months ago, the folks at Oscar Mayer changed the name of their hot dog fleet of cars from Wienermobiles to Frankmobiles. We covered it on this podcast. Now those Wiener vehicles will be called Wienermobiles once again. Was it a publicity stunt name change, or a sincere attempt to switch the name of the rolling wieners, and it just didn't take? Did a petition by fans of giant motorized wieners make the difference? We are left with some questions. But if you're a fan of the traditional name, you don't care, do you? You've got your rolling wiener car back.
A highlight from Gavin Wax
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Mataxas. Hey there folks. Welcome. We have been told that tonight there's some kind of Republican debate. I'm not sure if that's a rumor, but it might be true. And in case it is, we thought maybe we should talk to somebody about it who can tell us what is going to happen. So we have back our friend Gavin Wax. He's with the New York Young Republicans. Gavin, welcome. Eric, it's great to be back and I'm looking forward to the vice presidential debate tonight. Oh, the vice presidential debate. Well, you know, I think Trump said it best that all these guys are looking for a job or trying to apply for a job. It's really just a job contest. No one actually on the stage is going to become president, certainly not this cycle. So we'll see how things unfold if that's how it's looking. It's funny and true, obviously. Many funny things are true. Many true things are funny, but you're right. Now, who tonight's debate? I'm planning not to watch it. What who has qualified, quote unquote, qualified to be in this debate? As far as I'm as I'm aware, it's nearly everyone from the original debate. I think maybe Asha Hutchinson has dropped off. You know, he was polling at, you know, point zero zero one. Now I think he's pointing at polling at point zero zero zero one. So, you know, that that decimal difference makes all the difference in getting on the stage. But you'll see the usual cast of characters. Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Tim Scott, Chris Christie, you know, those are the guys that are probably most will get most of the eyeballs, will get most of the attention. People will be seeing, you know, what they do, what they say, if they mess up, if they don't mess up. And then the others are basically just background actors, you know, just adding some ambiance to the stage, I assume. Yeah, it's really not ambiance, actually is the opposite of ambiance. But I know what you mean. Let me ask you, though, for sure. Chris Christie doesn't want to be Trump's vice president because he seems to be there only to express his peak and animus toward Donald Trump. He seems to to be there only to fulminate and to pummel the air with his horrible words against Donald Trump. Yeah, no, you're correct. He probably falls into the camp of people that is not that is not looking for a job, but it is on a on a revenge tour. Many people have accused President Trump of only running for a revenge tour type of campaign. But in fact, you look at individuals like Chris Christie, the only reason he's Donald J. Trump, President Trump, who he believes wronged him or slighted him after the whole presidential transition in 2016 or, you know, Christie didn't even do his job.
Did Chris Christie Expect to Win Votes With His 'Donald Duck' Comment?
"By another chris example christie if you're a chris christie hater and you think the guy's a goofball and a clown what did he do last night to prove the opposite he came on the stage like a jerk started screaming like a jerk he says donald trump's jerk a for dumb nicknames and then he throws out an even dumber nickname we're gonna call you donald duck because you're ducking in the bay really bro really did you how long did it take you to think that up like an hour or two were you sitting around with a focus group i mean seriously what changed nothing last night don't think about the debates the way the media is trying to frame it who had a breakout moment there's no that's not what this is about it's about who changed their political trajectory for the better who altered a political narrative that they were a failing candidate and look last night like a winner and what was it that they did that's the only way to look at this and the answer is i don't think anybody did i don't think anybody did and they say that as a guy who has never ever said a bad word about ron de santis he is the best governor in the country hands down i live in florida no one's gonna tell me what happened in florida he's done an amazing amazing job the fact that i like donald trump and prefer him this cycle doesn't mean i have any any not a single period period i'd like to see him put a forceful debate presentation out there and by the way i don't think i'm wondering i should say of all the candidates last night i think some of them damaged especially themselves tim scott that drapes thing is like unforgivable for me it's just so dumb christy look like a goofball he just he's up on the stage he's like the designated a -hole on the stage you know designated they survivor have the
Dan Bongino: Did Last Night's Debate Do Anything to Change Your Mind?
"The answer is i'm not sure i don't think so i'll ask you quickly if you watch this and what was the moment to you where you were like that's it that changed my mind okay i feel the same way you don't know because it really wasn't one you've got to remember this about i politics ran for office i lost everything why do you always tell us that because it's important i am who i am and you're listening to me on the radio as i am today because of the experiences i had in policing as a federal agent as a business owner as a candidate i am who i am because of that cornucopia of experiences in this basket that made me who i am losing running for office taught me so much about who's really pulling the strings in people sell out and i learned a lot and one of the things i learned is the the only real narrative political storyline that changes anything in an election is one that changes your pre -existing notion of who a candidate is did anything do that last night you for i'll give you an example and i'm not trying to insult any candidate please if you think tim scott is a soft conservative which is a criticism in a legitimate one by a lot of people tim scott filibustered has some really good conservative judges i'm just i'm i don't mean to single him out just jump to my mind if the reason you won't vote for tim scott is that what happened last
A highlight from Andrew Marchand on MNF, McAfee, Swift/Kelce Coverage & More
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It's your journey. Welcome, everyone, to SI Media with Jimmy Traina. Thank you so much for listening. The usual periodic check in with Andrew Marchand from the New York Post this week. He joined the pod to talk about a variety of topics in sports media. We get into the ABC ESPN Monday Night Football staggered star double headers. We get into how ESPN and the ESPN and Pat McAfee marriage is going. Deion Sanders stuff. How the media has handled Taylor Swift and Travis Kelsey. What's going on with WWE and Monday Night Raw most likely looks like it's going to be on the move. Andrew had some stuff on that. A couple of things about local New York radio. So a bunch of sports media topics with Andrew Marchand on this episode. And then Salicata joins me as he does every week for our train of thought segment. Where we get into some NFL things about the Eagles. Should the NFL ban the Eagles one yard play. Joe Namath and Lou Holtz making headlines. Get into these ridiculous prop bets on Taylor Swift and Travis Kelsey. And Sal has a rough Sunday coming up. So if you're a fan of the train of thought segment, you'll want to hear that. Before we get to the full episode. I want you to make sure you listen to past episodes. If you've missed any and make sure you subscribe to us. I media Jimmy trainer. We've had a great run of guests. Kevin Clark from ESPN was on the show last week. Scott Hansen hosted the NFL Red Zone channel two weeks ago. Julian Edelman three weeks ago. Charles Barkley, Peter Schrager, Chris Russo, all recent guests. So if you missed any of those, give them a listen, download, subscribe to the pod and leave a review on Apple. We'll read it on an upcoming episode. All right. Andrew Marchand from the New York Post, followed by Salicata and train of thought. It's all coming up right now, right here. On S .I. media with Jimmy trainer. All right, training me now. S .I. media podcast regular. This periodic visit from the New York Post. And the March and Iran podcast is Andrew Marchand. Andrew, how are you? I'm good. How you doing, Jimmy? I'm good. I just realized I didn't put my phone on do not disturb. So I'm going to do that as we speak. And I'm going to let you know that I had a reader last week for my mailbag column on S .I. com, send it an email and said, when is Marchand's next appearance? So here we go. You made someone happy. Thank you that person. You made someone happy by coming on today. Let's start with this. A lot of media news to get to. Have you heard anything from ESPN or do you have any intel about how they feel about the last two weeks? How the staggered Monday Night Football doubleheader has gone? Because I've gotten a lot of emails and tweets about it. I'm sure you have as well. Yeah, I haven't talked to anybody specifically about how they feel about it. I mean, it is an NFL decision. ESPN is not in control of how those games are scheduled. Maybe they have some say, but it's the NFL decision. Yeah, I don't like it. Actually, in our podcast with John, it was my who's down this week. And the reason I just feel like I kind of said this on our part, it's too it's like having two quarterbacks and you have none. Right. And now if you have Joe Montana and Steve Young, there are two awesome games. Maybe that'd be better. But I just find my attention split and I don't know. And even at like halftime, I wouldn't recommend you go to the other game. Like I get what they're trying to do there, but it's not the NCAA tournament. And usually it's in like the second quarter, third quarter. So I personally don't think it really works that well. Now, I think they want to avoid I'm not positive, but I think they want to avoid that 10 30 late window. We used to get the Monday night and you get the, you know, crazy crew, either Chris Berman or Golick and Greenberg, you know, some of those crews back in the day. They probably don't want that late night game where, you know, you're losing that East Coast audience if it gets too late. But I don't know. I don't think this necessarily works. See, I like it. And what are the tweet? What are the tweeters say? Most people seem to not like it. Yeah. And why do you like it? The more the merrier. Give me as much football as possible. If I can watch eight games at one o 'clock on Sunday and four or five games at four o 'clock on Sunday, I can handle two games on Monday night. So, you know, I have two TVs. I put one game on each TV and two is better than one for me. That's just how I feel. Yeah, I've been a little running around these last couple of Mondays when this happened. So I may be a little bit, you know, my opinion skewed a little bit by that. It hasn't just been like I'm just chilling and watching, been running around a little bit. So perhaps that's, you know, maybe I could be swayed. I will say, you know, I don't know. This is a whole separate discussion. I would love to know your take on this, but I always feel like it's a little tough sometimes to criticize people in this podcast when I also have to book this podcast. So I try to be careful. Yeah, I notice you're very soft. That's what you're trying to say. Sometimes. So I'm sure this guy will never come on again, but they gotta do better than Chris Fowler on the secondary game. Just not, it's just not working. Chris is not a great play -by -player. Right. He was a great host, studio host. Can I say one thing? Yeah. He's on tremendous tennis. Like I watch the U .S. Open every single day. I think he's great on tennis. It's football where it's just something feels off. Well, tennis is also slower. And like you look at people who do really well at the slower sports. Like, you know, Jim Nantz is better than Chris Fowler, but Nantz is really his best thing is golf. And I think he's an OK NFL play -by -player. And at the end of his college basketball run, he was definitely, I don't know, OK is probably, you know, he was OK there as well. And I think if you look at Fowler and his history, now he's been doing play -by -play for a while now. And he has gotten better. Like when he first started on the number one crew, I mean, if I were covering it then, that would not, I probably would not have been that kind. Because he has gotten better, but it's not really good enough. And he's the rare case, I think with Herb Street, that Herb Street makes him better. Usually it's the play -by -player who makes the analyst better. And yeah, I think you're right. And I also think, you know, in fairness to Fowler, you know, ESPN put that crew together. They replaced Levy there and they had a year or two under their belt together as a team. And, you know, not the full team, but him and Riddick, Levy and Riddick, and then Jadolowski. And I think they kind of don't, they underestimate chemistry. It takes time to build it up. And so I think that hurts. And he just, he's a college guy too. It's hard just to come into the NFL. I know he, you know, he's talked how hard his schedule is with the U .S. Open. And then, you know, doing a game a couple days later. And then doing a college. And so, you know, that's hard. And so, yeah, he's not a tremendous play -by -player. To me, this is just me, it felt like when ESPN gave him that gig, it was more about ESPN trying to impress the NFL. Like, look, we have our number one college game. Like you had said earlier, the secondary Monday night game for years was, you know, Golic and Greenberg and Chris Berman with a cast of character. Rich Ryan did it one year. I think this is ESPN trying to say to the NFL, because now they have a Super Bowl and they have this big contract. And, you know, they brought in Buck and Aikman. Like, we're serious, we're going to take our, regardless of what you think about Fowler, he's their lead college guy. So, I feel like they're like, oh, look at us, we're putting the lead when, you know, that. Yeah, I think they screwed up and I think they know they screwed up. I think that they ended up shifting who was in charge of the NFL. It was Stephanie Drewley. And they moved her off the NFL after, you know, I think that didn't help her cause in terms of staying on the NFL. I think they were satisfied with Levy. He was a good guy, which they value. After they brought in Joe Buck, he was very gracious. You know, Levy's a very good hockey guy, especially studio host. I thought he could have, you know, could have been the pregame show on Monday Night Football. He's in, again, not their, in my opinion, they had other people who are better play -by -players for football, but it was good. Like, so, yeah, I don't think it was to impress the NFL. They got Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. They got the Mannings. I mean, they spend, they're spending 50, 60 million dollars a year on their booths. Like, I don't think the second team booth is gonna, you know. If anything, I think it was, there was a thought before Buck and Aikman that Fallon and Herb Street might get the NFL. Might get Monday Night Football. Might get the potential Super Bowl. And then this is kind of a carrot since they didn't get it. But I'd argue, and I even talked to Chris Fowler about this. So, I don't know if this is the case. I just don't know if, I mean, Chris Fowler does the national championship. He does the biggest college game every week for Disney. I can't, like, I get it. Maybe he wanted to do NFL. But is this really gonna satisfy him because you're doing a second game, which generally aren't that great? I don't, I don't see that long -term, personally. And I think also, strategically, if I'm ESPN, I'm putting a young play -by -player. Now, Joe Buck, we both think it's great. Like, he and Ian Eagle are the best two play -by -players going right now. And, um, but, Joe Buck's contract's up in a couple of years. If I'm ESPN, and I, you know, I think they'll probably re -sign Joe Buck, and they should. That said, he makes a lot of money. And, you know, I would be saying, who can I develop? What young guy can I develop? So when I go into that negotiation, I really have somebody who's on the rise. And I can say, hey, look, you don't want this, you know, the 15 million a year? Then we'll go here, you know? But if you start demanding, I'm not saying this is going to happen, but, demanding even more and more money, I'd want an option. I don't think they've created an option. They've actually put somebody in that spot who they've already said they'd rather spend 15 million dollars on Joe Buck than have Chris Fowler as the lead play -by -player. So, I just think negotiation -wise, and strategically, in terms of saving money, it wasn't a great decision. Yeah. I don't understand the insistence on the three -person booth, either. They had Fowler, Greasy, and Riddick. Excuse me, excuse me. Levy, Riddick, Greasy. Now it's Fowler or Lofsky, Riddick. To me, that, and, Fowler's used to a two -person booth with Herb Street. They have Buck and Aikman, which is a two -person booth. I don't understand the insistence on the three -person booth. It's just, for football, it just, I don't get it, but, that's just my - It complicates, it over -complicates it. Yeah. And like you said, chemistry. I think it's much harder to develop a chemistry with three. I mean, you know, the local Mets situation is different with Gary Cohn, Ron Darl - Is it in baseball, is it football? What three men, can you name - I mean, I guess back in the old Monday Night Football days, there were three men booths that had - Yeah, Collinsworth and Aikman with Buck that one year. Yeah, one year it lasted, you know. So, I don't know. But, there's no more staggered double -headers. The next one is week 14, and both games will start at 8 -15. I think that's the one that's going to piss a lot of people off. But, that's a long way down the road. You got the two TVs. Yeah. I asked you if ESPN, how they feel about Monday Night Football. Anything you've heard about how they feel about their new partnership with Pat McAfee. I mean, it's early, but they're bullish on it. I mean, they've kind of handed the keys to the network to McAfee. I mean, you can't - it's kind of like Stephen A. now. You can't really turn on ESPN almost every day except basically Sunday without seeing Pat. And so, you know, I think initially the ratings weren't that good. I think they got a little better in terms of the TV ratings. I think that kind of makes some sense because if you think about it, he was a YouTube show. Yeah, he's got to play for TV. Yeah, and he's still a YouTube show. Well, it is a play for TV because they think that they had Max in there before. They think that the ratings will be high enough that they'll be able to charge more for the ad rates. I guarantee you the money they'll make off of McAfee on social media and YouTube will be 8 billion times more than the money they made off Max Kellerman on social media. Oh, 100%. No, you're right. No, you're right. There's no doubt about that. And look, they want to get, I will say this, like, does it work? I think a lot of times when companies make big moves, you know, big time moves, a lot of times they make those moves when the person's kind of towards the end, you know, they got McAfee on the rise. Like, you know, we, you know, you and I have been aware of McAfee for years now, but he's really like, you know, here, I don't think he's at the plateau, you know, where most people go up and then they plateau and then they go down. He's at, he's still, I think, going up and then maybe the plateau is on the horizon and you can plateau for 20, 25 years if you have the right attitude and personality and just have the right act. So that's where I think that makes a lot of sense as a bet because it's not, I'll hit one close to home, Rick Riley leaving ESPN. I mean, leaving SI for ESPN where, you know, Rick Riley is one of the great columnist ever, but at that point, you know, whatever, maybe it was the internet, I don't know exactly. It just didn't really work as well at ESPN as it did at SI. And so I just think they've done that and that's kind of, you know, teams do that in sports and I think sometimes networks do that. And so I feel like signing McAfee in his mid -30s is kind of like signing a baseball free agent who's in his mid -20s and I think that's what you want to do as opposed to getting a, signing a 35 -year -old and, you know, thinking they can still play, you know, like, I don't know, like a Josh Donaldson, maybe trading for someone like that, Jimmy. You see what I did there? I don't need reminders of the horrific Yankee season. I just did that on purpose. I don't need that. My head was going, who am I going to say? All right, yeah, Josh Donaldson, but it was a treat. Just a, yeah, you want me to say Brian Cashman should be fired. It's amazing too, they replay that. I didn't know this was going to be the situation going into it, but they replay the show as soon as it's over, I think, on ESPN 2 and then they replay it at night on maybe ESPN News or one of their, what you said about if you're going to put on one of the ESPNs at any point in the day, you're going to see Pat McAfee. Yeah. So that's good for him. Like I, you know, people feel like - But I also think, ESPN has to be, they have Aaron Rodgers on their air every week. It's a news making thing that's on their air every week. They've got Nick, he's got Nick Saban on his show every week. Yeah. That's a news making thing every week. I would think ESPN has to be, forget the numbers because the numbers, I think, will be there. It's still a new thing. You have, the ESPN audience is older, the McAfee audience is younger, it might take some, but I would think ESPN just on the brand and the cachet of that show has to be thrilled. I think so. I mean, but if you talk, like I have, again, I'll probably make some calls here in the near future, but so I haven't talked specifically with anybody about that. But generally speaking, when these things first start, everyone loves it. So then we'll see. Again, I'm not saying, I could see it either way. Like, you know, McAfee has not really stayed at any of these, throughout any of these contracts he's had. So that's something to watch. Maybe this one he does, but that hasn't been the case previously. So that is something. I think the fact that he's on game day has to help the relationship there a little bit with ESPN. Here's the thing about McAfee. If you're managing him, in my opinion, and it's like Casey Jones, the former coach of the Celtics, was known for just throwing out the ball and telling McHale, Parrish, and Bird to go play, Dennis Johnson. At least that's how I remember as a kid. That was his reputation. And I think McAfee is sort of like that. Just give him the ball, let him do his thing. He's not looking to, you know, for some strategy. Let's, you know, triangle offense. He's not looking for that. He's looking for, let me do my thing. I know what I'm doing. And the thing about McAfee is he's very smart. Like, I know he plays this, like, he's not smart thing. It works very hard. He works hard and he's very smart. He's very savvy. He acts as if, like, you know, maybe he's, you know, just a dumb jock. But he understands the media business very well. We need, we need to discuss the Kelsey Taylor Swift thing because I actually think it's a legitimate media story. If Fox is going to get these increase in their demographics of the female audience, the young people, the NFL has gone all in on this thing. I mean, they changed their Twitter header to, like, a Taylor Swift thing. They're putting out Travis Kelsey Swiftiest plays on their social media. He's gained, I guess, a ton of followers, the jersey sale. Let me start with this. How did you think Fox handled it on Sunday when she was in the stadium? Do you think they overdid it? Do you think the fact that they had an unwatchable game takes them off the hook? What was your take on the Chiefs -Bears on Sunday when she was there? I think the second part, and I wouldn't take them off the hook, but I think the second part, you have an unwatchable game that you had to switch most of the country out of because it was so non -competitive, that you have Taylor Swift there, it's a big deal. And, you know, there's a lot of Taylor Swift fans who are football fans, a lot of non -Taylor Swift fans who weren't watching that game, but it was a talking point, right? Like, I saw Taylor Swift in the concert this summer, but that was kind of - Look at you! Yeah, how do you like that? Look at you! You couldn't even get tickets. Big shot. Where'd you get tickets? My daughter's friend just won the lottery. No shenanigans. Oh, really? Tickets were $235 each, which is still a lot of money, but not, like, $1 ,000. And it was just kind of happenstance, how I ended up going. I was going to say, if your daughter's friend got tickets, how did you end up at the era's tour? I mean - Were you, like - It's just a long drive to get to the metal lands, didn't want them driving back. They're older, they can drive, but at, you know, one o 'clock in the morning from Taylor Swift, so - But you were in MetLife and watched the show. Yes. Friendship bracelets? Well, you want to know something funny? This is a good one. So, my daughter's friend said to me, do you want a - do you want a jewel? And I'm like, no, no, no, I'm okay. Thinking she's saying a jewel, like a jewel, smoke. But she was saying, like, to, like, get bedazzled, a little jewel, which I would have taken. So later, I was like, I told my daughter, I said, but your friend, she said she asked me if I wanted a jewel. She's like, no, no, she didn't say you wanted a jewel. She said, do you want a - a jewel to put some ju - you know. Right. I didn't have any bracelets, but I was into - I liked Taylor Swift. I wouldn't go again. I kind of felt bad being there, because there's people who give their left arm to be there. But it was - look, she is an unbelievable performer. I mean, it was - you could - first of all, I liked some of her songs. Secondly, the level of performance. It was just, you know, it was an A+. I mean, that - that - and that is something, even if you didn't like her music, you can appreciate it. And also, I appreciate it if I had to go to the bathroom. Easy pass right in there. No one. Right. No one's leaving their seat except for people like you who aren't in it. Yeah, and especially, yeah, and more skewed women.
A highlight from Time Travel to 1994: A Journey into the Music and Movies of that year.
"Well, here we are, episode 119. And on this episode, myself in the wrecking tube, Mark Smith and Lou Colicchio from the Music Relish Show. We'll be talking about the year 1994, in music and movies I think, it's always interesting. So sit back, relax, break out your flannel shirt, your grungy jeans, and enjoy 1994 music. It was an interesting year, so I think you'll enjoy it. More interesting than what Todd Zauchman thinks it is. He thinks it's nothing, so we'll see. The KLFB studio presents Milk Crate and Turntables, a music discussion podcast hosted by Scott McLean. Now, let's talk music, enjoy the show. Thank you, Amanda, for that wonderful introduction, as usual. Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends, and welcome to the podcast. You know the name, I'm not gonna say it. We're streaming live right now over Facebook, YouTube, Dlive, Twitch, and X, formerly known as Twitter, and I don't know how many other live platforms. Well, it's gonna be a good show tonight. It's gonna be an interesting show tonight. Yeah, 1994. As I said in the intro, my friend Todd Zauchman just absolutely sent me a text destroying the year 1994. Oh, I just looked up 1994, I don't know what you're gonna talk about, there's a few things and I don't know how you're gonna make a whole show out of it, and good luck with that, because that's how he talks. That's exactly how he talks. I'm just gonna do this, and you know, it's not gonna be a good, blah, blah, blah, blah. That's how he talks. Now, he'll deny that, and you'll never know if that's the way he talks or not. He'll just have to take my word for it. I'm Todd Zauchman, and I don't know about 1994. Well, enough about him. He'll probably be piping in pretty soon, but yeah, 1994, it's a good year. It was a good year for Mark Smith from the Music Rellers Show and Luke Colicchio from the Music Rellers Show. That's for damn sure. It was. What's up, gentlemen? It was a really good year. How you doing? I was just guessing. I figured for 94, listen, we were all younger, so it was better. It was a big year. Hey. So I have to stop right here. Dave Phillips, who's been watching the podcast from pretty much day one, Patty Yossi. Hi, Patty. Good evening. I love you. Dave Phillips, for the last couple of weeks, he's piped in at the end, and he's like, I missed it. Like something's changed. Ah, Tiffany Van Hill. That's my buddy. That's my buddy, Tiffany. She's one of the people that teaches me how to work with horses. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So. And she knows what she's talking about. She's modest, but she's very good at what she does. As are all of my friends and teachers, trainers, mentors from The Herd Foundation in Delray Beach, Florida. It's a nonprofit if you're in the mood to donate today. Look them up. Herd Foundation. Give us some money. Nah, I'm not going like that. No. No, we do. We help veterans. We help veterans, and so it's a good cause. But back to Tiffany. Yep. That's my buddy. Good evening. The Herd Foundation teaches us so much. That's right. That's right. Maybe I'll do a Herd Foundation podcast. You should. Since I'm pretty good at it. You're going to have horses on? What's the horse named after the cookie? Huh? Isn't there a horse named after a cookie? What are some of the horses' names? Oh, Fig Newton. Fig Newton. Yeah. Fig Newton. That's my boy. That's my boy. Good looking horse. Yes. Yes, he is. And we have Stitch. Fig Newton is a retired dressage horse, dancing horse, right? Echoes of Echo and the Bunny Men bring on the dancing horses. We have Stitch. He's a retired racehorse. We have Miss America. She's a retired jumper. Then we have two mini horses. We have Cinnamon. She was a cot horse. You know, pulls the kids around. As would be Sammy. Sammy's the one that looks like Kaja Gugu for you people from the 80s. Looks like Lamal. It looks like Lamal from Kaja Gugu. Gotta do. And he was saved from a kill pen. Yeah. But he's a mini, but he thinks he's a Clydesdale. What do they do with horses after that? Is that the proverbial glue factory? All right. You know what? Right away. Penalty box. Oh. He's raining on my parade. I'm in a good mood. Now I'm all bummed out. Thanks. You feel sad for the drummer now. This is going to be a horrible show now. Leave it to the drummer. Right, Mark? Leave it to the drummer. Get out. It's always the drummer's fault. That's right. See, Tiffany says, that does not exist past our gates, Lou. Because nobody wants to talk. Back to the penalty box. Great start to the show. Lou is just in a mood tonight. I think he's been hitting the whistle. What's going to happen? You're going to come back and it's going to be an empty chair. He's very ornery tonight. Right away. He's very ornery. All right. He's filling his oats, as they would say. Yeah. All right. Lou's back. I'm all right. I'm all right. Okay. Enough about horses, although I could now, at this point, talk about horses for two hours. I love it. I love it. But instead, gentlemen, first of all, how's things on the music relish show? You. Take it away, Lou. Sure. It's fine. It was such an awful show. I thought I said the wrong show for a second there. It's been nothing short of amazing. Don't jump over each other to answer that question. It's always fun. Last week was fun. We got knocked down a bit by Warner Brothers because we played a clip of an America song featuring Dan Peake. Yeah. You're going to watch that. Yeah. We talked through the whole thing, but Spotify is much cooler than YouTube. YouTube sucks like that. YouTube, they have a very strong algorithm. They can kiss my rosy red ass over that. That's right. You tell them, Lou. Fuckers. That's right. Get me kicked off YouTube. That's right. Let me see. John Morris, he was our shift commander. When I met him, I was, I think, a two striper, and he was what they called a butterbot. He was a second lieutenant, I believe. He said, tell them stories from the Nipah Hut in the Philippines. That's a big no. That's a whole other podcast, but they would never make it on the air. Just leave it at that. It's like a chain of Nipah Huts? No. It was a bar slash club called the Nipah Hut. Tell one story. No. They had a giant spaceship that would come down from the top. It's kind of like George Clinton in parliament. At the end of the show, this big spaceship came down from the top. Smoke. Like you said, parliament fucking pelican. Then the thing went open, and everyone would walk up and get up on stage, all those drunk GIs. Like, yeah, I'm going in the spaceship, and you go down these stairs, and you're in a fucking basement. I don't think it was a basement. It's like something from a fucking horror movie. How do you get out? And then somebody goes, this way, this way, go, go, go, go. That's the cleanest story I can tell you. It's the cleanest story I can tell you. Sounds like fun. It was a lot of fun. It was a lot of fun. I got a story for you off the air one of these days. So okay, music relish show's going good. Excellent. I just wanted to say, Lou brought up, he made the show. His segment on bad love songs. That will go down in history as some of the best podcasting ever. Bad love songs? Really bad love songs. The worst love songs of all time, like in rock. It's a deep vein. Is that something, is that like content I could probably like borrow with Perry Mind? Because I'd love to hear that list someday. We voted him off the board. We're no longer a false triumvirate democracy. Wait a minute. We toppled the AI monarchy. There's three of us on this one. Are you two going to overthrow me too? Are you like rebels? None of those stories you're told, no. They're wrecking too. Instead I'll start calling you the Sandinistas. The hostile takeovers. You go on podcasts just to take them over? Like Amiens took over the White House. Really, yeah. Yeah, we could do that. I would love to. Maybe next week we'll do, we'll take a break from the years and we'll do like a, kind of a jambalaya, you know, of stuff. Like throw some music news in there. We'll do some trivia. Maybe I'll come up with some questions for you guys. You could give us that deep vein of worst love songs ever. And it's funny, we noticed that several of them made everyone's list of worst love songs. So it's got to be universally bad. Okay. If everyone said that, that fucking song. Then there were a couple where I said I liked the song, but Lou and Perry were like, what? I'm always, you know, on the one side. Yeah, the one. When it falls into like that kind of metal, metal category, you have a soft spot. Air metal. Metal ballads. Oh my God. How I grew up. Yeah, yeah. As young as Ron Mark, you didn't have to deal with those 70s ones. Yeah, that's true. I did. This fucking guy. Blah. See what I mean? He's setting the bar high. Remember, this is how he talks. I don't think there's anything good about 1994. Blah. So he talks like Arnold Schwarzenegger. Yeah, well, an American Arnold Schwarzenegger. He talks like Arnold Schwarzenegger without the accent. We're going to pass the bar on this one. I am here. Let me see if you can entertain me. 1994. Blah. All right. So let's actually get right into 1994. Yeah. So we'll start on January 19th, 1994. Bryan Adams becomes the first major Western music star to perform in Vietnam since the end of the Vietnam War. Oh, shit. Bryan Adams. Bryan Adams, yeah. Wow. On January 21st to February, as it's spelled, the Big Day Out Festival takes place, again, expanding from those previous years. Blah, blah, blah. Auckland, New Zealand. The festival is headlined by Soundgarden, Ramones, and Bjork. Nice. That's an interesting... Probably each night there were headlines. I would love to see Bjork. Me too. I would never want to see the Ramones. They'll never get back together again. Unless they perform in the Pet Sematary. Yeah. Hey, Lou, can you put him in the green room? No, I'd like that one. That's a good one. Come on, there's a little crossover. Put him in the green room. Put him in the green room. Okay, yeah, yeah. Oh, it's going to be a long show. It's going to be a long one tonight. I feel better about myself now. Got a little redemption? The redemption song? Yes. I got a Buffett story for you. Oh, yeah? His one song was The Pirate Looks at 40. He would segue into Bob Marley's redemption song. Oh, jeez. And it didn't quite... Wait a minute. Buddy, that is the quickest way to get to the penalty box. I'm not playing it, though. I know you're not. You're poking the rhino right now. I'm a guitarist. You're poking the rhino right now. You're not a rhino, you're a nice guy. Come on, we went through that last week. And so, as I've been saying each week, I'm just going to say right now, where's Jack? Okay, and we'll move on from that. Hey, Jack. Hey, Jack, please come back. He didn't listen before, so I don't think he's listening now. Let's see. January 25th, Alice in Chains released their Jar of Flies album, which makes its U .S. chart debut at number one on the Billboard 200, becoming the first ever EP to do that. Right? But they still are always talked about as like number three or number four out of the big four. Big four being? Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden. And Alice in Chains. Alice in Chains is never getting that kind of... Whereas... That first album, the record company made them sound like another band. Yeah. And that's not their fault. They were produced that way. Dirt was a great album. Yes, yes. And Layne Staley was one of the greatest frontmen ever. Just as cool as the other side of the pillow, as they say. Yeah. voice Very unique also. Today we were talking about what we were going to talk about in the show. And he goes, when I saw the videos, he goes, I didn't match his face with the way he looked. Right? He said he was expecting like a grungy, more... No, he was slick. He was slick. In the Man in the Box video, he's got the kind of long... But then he changed it up. He slicked the hair back, he wore the shades, you know. Just turned into a... Suzanne McPhail. Another one of my horse people. She's the one that introduced me to that whole thing. And she said, who's Jack? That's right, I guess. At this point. On January 29th, The Supremes' Mary Wilson is injured when her Jeep hits a freeway median and flips over just outside of LA. Wilson's 14 -year -old son is killed in the accident. What a good day. Ah, this fucking... I saw this and I was like... Dead horses was a bummer. I know, I know. I saw this and I'm like, there's no way around this. February 1st, Green Day releases their breakthrough album, Dookie. Ushering in the mid -1990s punk revival. Dookie eventually achieves diamond certification. Now, I did like them back then. I actually did. I was stationed in Southern California in Riverside. And I decided to get like a side job. You know, I was in the Air Force. But I was like, I want to make a little more money. I want to do something. So I got a job at a record store. Cool. Was it Spencer's or something? Forget the name of it. Oh, Spencer's. They sold all the trinkets, too. No, no, it wasn't Spencer's then. It was something like that. It was a chain. Hot topic. They sold DVDs, too. FYE. No, it wasn't that. I'll remember it. I was working there when Dookie came out and the fucking whole wall was covered with Dookie CDs and they were flying off the shelves. It had a pretty fresh sound. It was fresh then. And coming off the 80s were kind of slick in a lot of ways, except for some of the real heavy alternative. But to hear a song like that on the radio, that was like hearing Smells Like Teen Spirit on mainstream rock radio. Good drummer, too. As a band, whether you like him or not, I think he's really good. Billy Joe Armstrong. Oh, Trey Cool. Trey Cool, yeah. February 7th, Blind Melons lead singer is Shannon Poon forced to leave the American Music Awards ceremony because he is loud and disruptive behavior. Poon is later charged with battery assault, resisting arrest, and destroying a police station telephone. Now, this is the dude that sang, you know, And I don't really care if I sleep all day And he's in the daisy field, so you think he's like this really, like, chill dude. And like, you know, me and the B -girl, man, you know. The B -girl, yes. And the tap -dancing B -girl, and like, I'm just this dude's a fucking lunatic. He was taking substances that made him. Oh, yeah. That was a short career. Was it him that did a duet with Guns N' Roses? What was the video, a song from Guns N' Roses with a video where they're up on like a water tower and they jump into the water or something. I forget what it was called. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe they did it with him.
A highlight from Republican Debates, Election Predictions, and Media Criticism
"At some point we have to take the economy seriously. We can't just keep printing money and sending it overseas. Welcome to another Financial Guys podcast. I'm Mike Hayflick along with my partner, Mike Speraza. We are always excited to be here, Mike. Um, we are here after the second Bill's win. Yeah. Yeah. We will, we'll keep it at that. Every time we talk very little, things go well. So let's, let's keep it at a win and big game Sunday. Miami. What should be right. A massively popular game. I mean, when they put up 70 against Denver and we, we basically, did we shut out the three points? Three, three. Okay. We held, held Washington, the Washington commanders to only three. That should be a really, really dynamite game. So. Had to change their name due to political correctness. I know, I know. And we had some conversation about that. The people I was watching the game with were reflecting on, I guess the good old days when the, the nicknames of teams just didn't seem to matter as much, but it matters now. Now they want to take down statues. You're an Iroquois guy. They're taking that name away. The chiefs because apparently saying chiefs is very, uh, politically incorrect. I mean, a leader. You can't be called the leaders anymore. Maybe it'll be the Iroquois comrades because everyone's got to just hold hands and sing Kumbaya. Yeah. And, and you know, nobody gets a gender anymore. Nobody can dominate one or the other. Even if it's a sport, there really might not even ever be winners or losers. They might not even keep score anymore in sports. Like it's just going to be for the experience of it trophy for the trophy for the trophy. Line them all up. They're all going to look exactly the same. There'll be gender neutral trophies. When will we have a they, them team name? Like the, the Washington they, thems, like when, when, I mean, I know that sounds outrageous, but that's where we're headed. Yeah, it's true. It's going to be comrades. Friends. Yeah. The friends, the Iroquois friends, the Iroquois comrades. It literally is heading that way though. Something where you go, what is, what is this sport? Like we don't even know based on the name, what the sport is. We don't even, yeah. You won't know. Like usually you could derive some more information from things like that. Oh, no, no, not anymore. No, you're going to have to dig real deep. You're going to have to show up at these events and, uh, you know, maybe wear a nice hoodie and a pair of shorts at the events. Yeah, I agree with you. And, uh, you know, maybe right after you went through the Senate chambers to vote on something, you can head and do a game with your hoodie and shorts on. Anyway, the next one, the last thing I'll say is the next one will be the Patriots. They'll be getting their name taken because that represents Donald Trump and his movement. We got to take away the name Patriot, right? That'll be the next one. There you go. You know, I just, I can't with these people anymore. It's really getting to be absurd. Yep. Totally. So, uh, Mike, let's start with this one. A second Republican debate coming this Wednesday night, September 27th, and Dana Perino, who I've always enjoyed listening to. Um, she will be joining Stuart Varney and Ilia Calderon at the Ronald Reagan library. presidential Suitable place. I love it. Yeah. And, uh, I, we were just chatting a bit before the podcast, so let's just line this up. All right. I don't know the order, but we're going to have Pence, Christie, DeSantis, Rama, Swami, uh, Doug Burgum made it Dougie Dougie. Um, who is that? Who else? I'm I've got five Nikki Haley. Thank you. And then, uh, there should be one more. Um, I did pens from, let's write this down. One more time for everybody. Pence, Rama, Swami, right? DeSantis. How do I not remember? Tim Scott, Tim Scott. Thank you. So, so seven this time, um, not Asa Hutchinson, I think you said he, he didn't make it. Didn't qualify. So, um, of course the big elephant in the room is that Donald Trump again will not be there. Just tell me your thoughts, I guess, on this next upcoming debate. Are we going to hear anything different? Is there any going to be anything that really makes people go, Whoa, this guy's really racing to the front or female. Um, if it's Nikki Haley, anyone going to race to the front after this one? I really, I mean, I think we're kind of wasting our time here and I'm not saying it as a, as a Trump voter. I'm just saying it realistically. Right. I mean, at this point, the lead is 40 to 50 points. Nobody makes up that ground than a debate, right? Like Nikki Haley had a great debate last time. She's still polling single digits. Right. I don't agree with Nikki Haley stance on a lot of things, but she, she fared well in that debate and she really didn't grow or fall behind anymore. Right. So I think that's the tough part. When we look at these debates, the Donald Trump in the 2015, 2016 campaign years, that is your like unicorn, right? Where, where you just go up there and go bananas. And then you end up, you know, taking over the field. The difference was there was no Donald Trump in that election, right? Like you had a Jeb Bush, but he wasn't the guaranteed slam dunk candidate right now. You have Donald Trump, Mike, and he is the guaranteed slammed on Canada. The only one that we thought maybe had a chance was Ron DeSantis and he has crumbled mightily, whether you like him or hate him. It's just the facts. He's, he's in trouble. Right. I mean, so what, what are we accomplishing with these debates other than kind of a, I guess I'll say wasting our time. Yeah. And I, I just, I just think it's worth breaking this down a little bit. Like what is it that people like you and I think that these others are just inferior to a guy like a Donald Trump? Like, and I'll tell you my opinion first. Mine is I just don't think they'll win. And I just feel like more and more people need to, you got to vote and expect that the conservative Republican candidate in this case wins. And I don't think any of these other people could, could actually win. I don't think they have enough, you know, experience. They don't have the fortitude that a Donald Trump has. Well, I think that that to me is, is there's two reasons why I'm voting for Donald Trump, right? Number one was I thought he had a very good four year term other than the COVID 19 issue. And I, I'm telling you right now, I say this to people all the time. If it was Ron DeSantis, if it was Donald Trump, if it was Hillary Clinton, that, that, that whole debacle was, was a disaster and there was no way you were going to look good in that debacle. I'm just telling you. Yeah. Number one, but that was a Trump fault that I have. And if I ever talked to him, I would tell him that that I do not agree with what he did with COVID. It's easy for me to say that now, but, but at the end of the day, he had a great four year term other than that, in my personal opinion. Number two is every time they've tried to knock him down at the knees, Mike, that has made me want him back more, right? The, the every time they indict him, I want him back more, right? Every time they try and silence him with gag orders, I want him back more. This is how I think a lot of conservatives are feeling. And at this point, it's kind of like, okay, is Rhonda, here's what my other point, I don't mean to keep going on, but at the end of the day is whether it's Ron, DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, or Donald Trump, I'm going to use those three for a second. They will be treated the exact same way by the media, by the Democrat party. It doesn't matter who that candidate is. It doesn't matter. Right. People always say like, Oh, but, but Trump's hated. If DeSantis is a candidate, he's already taken crap from the leftist media, right? Like if he's the candidate, he's going to, it's going to be open up another can of worms. I don't think it matters. The reason why we got to go with Donald Trump is he's been there. He's been able to handle it. We know that whether you like him or not, he's handled the media and he's handled the Democrats well. And we need that experience. This is the election of our lifetime. And I will say that now, this is the election of our lifetime. We need to win. Dana Perino says, I believe the economy will feature prominently because we know that that is the biggest concern and preoccupation that is worrying Americans. And she says in many ways, in my opinion, the economy is the thread that runs through all of these other possible topics. For example, if you're concerned about crime, one of the issues is what kind of resources do you have and are you willing to use in order to help deal with that? I think she's spot on. I think when it comes to the economy, the economy sort of is the fuel and whether you then have a notion to, you know, actually shut down the border, improve childcare, improve education, then the, the economy obviously is the main thread that actually everything else seems to branch off of. If you have a lot of people working, for instance, you're going to have a thriving economy because supply and demand is going to balance out. You're going to have lots of products and services to offer and a lot of people can afford these things. Right. So, uh, I, I agree with her. Plus it is Fox business that's hosting the event. So might lean a little bit more toward economics. Yeah, I think it should. I agree with you. I mean, at some point we have to take the economy seriously. We can't just keep printing money and sending it overseas at some point, you know, and I say, I've said this to you, Mike before, going to get groceries now at times, like they ring all the stuff up and I'm like, Holy crap. I bought, I have a cat. I bought five cans of cat food. They're, they're the size of like a lacrosse ball, not even. And it's like $5 for five cans. I'm like this, this thing costs more than my kids at this point. This cat's going to be very thin. It's going to be out of crash diet. I mean, but seriously, how do people, Mike, that don't make money? And I say this in a sad way, like how do people that don't make money survive? Even going, you go to a local fast food restaurant for two people. My wife and I it's 30 bucks. I'm like, what the hell happened out here? I told that is what's going on. And that's scary. Yeah. When they have to make those kinds of hard choices. Right. Uh, all right. So, uh, let's move on. So speaking of Trump, we're talking about these other seven candidates that will be there Wednesday, this Wednesday night, nine to 11 PM in the second Republican debate, Donald Trump will not be there, but this came out like in a Washington post poll. Trump is now up 10%, uh, over a potential run against Biden, 10 % double digit. Now if you just pin Trump against Biden again, first your thoughts, and then we'll go a little deeper into this. Well, I'm not surprised. Um, I think, I think Americans are getting sick and tired of it. I think Americans are worried about our futures. I think the migrant crisis is hurting the Democrat party because you have liberal places like New York city that are waking up saying, Oh my God, we can't do this anymore. And there's like 10 ,000 migrants in New York city, not 10 million. Right. So like, like it's starting to click, I think with certain people, number one, number two, Mike, I think it's hard to hide Joe Biden's cognitive decline, right? The left can say whatever they want in the media. You just can't, when you fall over on things, when you do talk like that, I mean, they, it's a problem. It's a real problem and it's visible. Um, do I trust these polls? Yes and no. I think, if I think America is as smart as I think they would, the polls should be probably higher, like 30 % lead for Trump. Um, but I think the numbers that keep growing in Trump's favor, the margin of error is not that big, right? Michael, like you look at the Republican primary polls, the margin of error is not 40%, right? He's up 40%. So even if they're off by 20%, he's still up 20%. The same thing's starting to happen in these head to head polls with Biden. It started, you know, Trump down, then it was Trump even, then it was Trump three, five, now it's 10. I mean, that's a lot. Yeah. And so I want to read a little bit here. So the post ABC poll shows Biden trailing Trump by 10 percentage points at this early stage in the election cycle. This is, by the way, the Washington Post little write -up, uh, after the poll was done. Um, so this is, this is actually humorous. Although the sizable margin of Trump's lead in this survey is significantly at odds with other public polls that show the general election contest to virtual dead heat, the difference between this poll and others as well as the unusual makeup of Trump's and Biden's coalitions in the survey. So Mike, the more words, the muddier this all gets, right? It sounds like excuses coming up, right? It sounds like Kamala Harris. It really is. It's like, yeah, total word salad. Um, I just said suggested is probably an outlier, right? So, so this, this I thought was interesting. Um, Byron Byron York of the Washington examiner said the post dumped on headline news in quotes from its own poll. So basically they do a poll. They say that their poll is likely an outlier and, and he, he goes on to then say Washington Post sub heads suggests its own poll may be an outlier. That may be true, but they put no such disclaimer in headline three years ago when they published a poll of Wisconsin, right before election day in 2020, showing Biden up 17 points on Trump, 10 points more than the average of other polls at the time. That was real clear politics, president Tom Bevin. So, so funny to me, so interesting, right? Even when they try to do something where they want to take part in the polling process and inform all of us as Americans, Ooh, that's not really where we wanted to see that. That's likely an outlier folks. Yeah. Oh, Donald Trump's winning. Shit. That doesn't count. Okay. What are we going to do? Next one. Okay. These were registered voters. What are we going to do? This is 10 points. Holy shit. What are we going to say? Let's just say it's an outlier. Oh damn. That was a fake poll. Oh, those stupid polls. Yeah. I mean, and it might, I'll say this before we get onto another topic on what's, what's, you're starting to see it all come together. It's like, it's like when they see, you know, hurricanes forming in the ocean, right? We're starting to see it now. The polls are shifting to Trump. Now we have Hillary Clinton coming out saying things like, Oh yeah, who's to say Putin won't medal in the election in 2024 again, right? You have others saying like, Ooh, we got to get Trump off the ballot or people saying, let's indict Trump again for this or that let's put gag orders on him. It's all coming together. Now the new thing too, Mike is, Hmm, let's indict the Bidens and let's see if we can get, we can get a Joe Biden off the ticket. We've used him, we've abused him. Now we're getting them out of here. It's all, it's that wave in the ocean. It's that hurricane forming in the ocean. That's what's happening. And I believe that because why, why would Hillary Clinton come out and say, if you're so confident right in the 2024 election, if you're so confident and Trump's an idiot, he's never going to make it again and get rid of them. Why are you now saying, Hmm, maybe Putin will medal in the elections again. Why would you say that? Right. Right. And by the way, this is the same guy that's richer than ever because his country has been able to sell oil at a high rate since Biden's been in office. This is the same country that has had its way with the Ukraine walking in there and taking over land since Biden's been in there. Why would, why would Putin medal in the election to get in and probably in his mind, the nut job of Donald Trump back in office, it may drop a nuke on him. Why would he want Trump back in office? Ask yourself that question. Don't have to, if you have any sense at all, then you don't even have to ask that. Um, so anyway, let's see what the next number of polls start to reveal. Let's see if, let's see if polls stop coming out, Mike, right? Because once you have one that's got Trump winning by double digit, maybe they just start to say, polls are stupid. Polls are for racists. You're homophobic. If you read polls, I mean, we'll see. Or they come out with some poll from the middle of nowhere. That's like Biden up 35 points on Donald Trump. Right, right. This was from registered voters in the white house. Yes. We interviewed seven people and it was six to one, six to one. And the other one we fired, we don't even know who that was. Yeah. So, so let's go to this now. Every once in a while, Mike, I have to do this CNN, right? I go to the cnn .com site. I just got to see what they're finding note newsworthy, noteworthy, whatever you want to say. And honestly, and I've often reported this, I'm often in disbelief at what they aren't reporting. In this example though, I was like, Oh, a few stories down. Here's a story, Mike, why more women are choosing not to have kids. So right away I'm thinking, Oh my gosh, these are the most unlikable people, the most anti traditional family structure people ever. They probably don't want to have a relationship at all. They don't want to ever have true, you know, intimacy with anybody cause they just can't do it. They're just nasty. They're mostly on, you know, just awful. These lots, so many of these people. So I go on to read a little bit of this and you know, this is, this is someone named Diana Volek who, who never, who was never someone who dreamed of becoming a mother, right? And these are just some of the reasons given. They don't want the responsibility of being a parent. They fear a lack of support. They like their life as it is. They're still judged for being child free. So so even when they don't choose to have children, right? So I'm like looking at this and then suddenly I go, wait a second. This was published at midnight, uh, basically Sunday or Monday, you know, September 25th. That's that's now as we record editor's note, this story was originally published in August, 2021. Some details such as the ages of those interviewed remain the same as they were when the story first published. So you're telling me right away, I thought, is the Hollywood writers strike? Is it bleeding into CNN now? Cause there aren't enough stories. There aren't enough people to write like modern stories. There's not enough news. They had to pull a story from two years ago to talk about why many women are deciding not to have kids. Like how pathetic is that? How pathetic. This new trend too, of like, it's cool to just say, screw it. I don't want to have a family is the weirdest thing ever. And then we wonder why these people are miserable, right? I mean, again, is parenting easy? I'm a new parent. Mike, you know that you, you parented two girls for, you know, they're what? 25, 22, right? So you've had, you've had 25 years of parenting experience. I've had, you know, almost a year. It's the most enjoyable thing ever. Right? I mean you're finally, it's good not to be selfish. It's good to take care of somebody else and love somebody else. Right. And I'm not saying you don't love your spouse, but your spouse is an adult relationship. You have to have a relationship with a baby, which turns into a toddler, which turns into an adolescent, a young adult like that. There's nothing more special than that. You should want that. Instead it's like, Oh, kids are stupid. I'm going to be so rich. Really weigh me down. Yeah, yeah, sure. Okay. They're going to weigh me down. I want my independence. I don't want to be responsible to another human being. I've got myself to worry about and treat and, and you know, I don't know, a door like I get like, that's fine. I want to see the next story though be why many women are deciding that having a child is rewarding. It can become a very loving, you know, yes, you have to be responsible. Like it just was so gross to me like that. And two years ago, this isn't even news. This is like, Oh my gosh, we got to fill these headlines. What do we get out? Pull that one again. We don't like kids. We don't want anyone, you know, raising children, my God for, you know, I'll say this though, Mike and all seriousness too. Like, yes. Is, is it fun being a college degenerate and booze and all the time and having a blast? Sure it is. We all did it right. I mean, yes, of course it's a fun thing. Is it fun to not care if you can go to bed at 2am or 5am or 5pm? Sure. That's great. But at some point you have to mature as an adult, take your job seriously, take your family seriously and care about things like I always say this, Mike, and this is something I've brought up a million times. Think about being, you know, if you want it, like if you didn't want to have kids, I'm not saying people that can't have kids cause I feel for them. But if you, if you didn't want children, cause you didn't want the responsibility, what do you do in your sixties and seventies with no family? Like that breaks my heart, honestly. Right? Like I, what my relationship with my parents, my wife's with her parents, like it's, it's fun, right? It's, you're a family. You get to do things together and you get to enjoy each other. Who doesn't want that? I just don't get it. Well, there's a lot of people in Washington that actually have spouses and children and grandchildren. And clearly there is not a lot of love and support going on between all of them. Because some of these people, I mean, we know who we're talking about, the Mitch McConnell's, the Joe Biden's, they would not be in front of microphones if people actually cared about them. They would not let those loved ones go through what they go through on a daily basis, unless they have no connection, no personal connection at all. Um, all right. AOC. She's almost the last story of our day, but there's one more after this. So we got a bonus. We do a bonus story here, breaking news. So AOC wins the hypocrisy award mic for this, uh, at least this week, maybe the year on this one decade, this is hilarious. And, um, I'll just set this up for a second. So here she was on CBS's face the nation. And, um, she was discussing president Biden's plan to visit the Michigan auto workers on Tuesday. So host of CBS's face, the nation, Margaret Brennan points out a couple of interesting facts about AOC and her selection of vehicles. So let's go ahead and play that. Yup.
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"In today's show, I'll be breaking down the latest technical analysis. And also I'm going to be sharing with you a 48 ,700 Bitcoin price target, pre halving according to a top analyst. Also did you know it was exactly six years ago today, China tried and failed to ban Bitcoin for the second time and ever since the Bitcoin price action is up 600 % and the mining hash rate is back at all time highs. Also quitting Max Kaiser, Bukele has restored the human rights to 7 million Salvadorians that have been taken away by murderous runts, the British and American state, a 93 % approval rating tells the story of the most popular leader in the world. And now Bukele -nomics is being copied around the world as a blueprint for freedom and justice preach. Also in today's show, Mt. Gox repayments delayed yet again. Creditors are waiting on Bitcoin, Bitcoin cash and Yen payments until next year in 2024. We'll also be discussing, according to this latest report, Coinbase currently holds 5 % of the entire Bitcoin supply in existence. That's right. While Coinbase holds 25 billion in BTC, the exchange only owns around 200 million in Bitcoin and its wallets. We'll also be discussing the catalyst, which will catapult the Bitcoin price action. According to skybridge capitals, Anthony Scaramucci will also be discussing the latest with the Binance CEO CZ setting the record straight on $250 million loan claims. That's right. The US court had recently denied an inspection plea by the SEC. I'll be breaking down this latest FUD and speaking of CZ, the Binance CEO predicts the Bitcoin price will reach $10 million per coin. In fact, a couple of years back in an interview, he said, if all of the major institutions allocate 1 % Bitcoin, we're going to see 1000 X or more growth of the Bitcoin price. And if you run the math, 1000 times today's price action is 26 to $27 million per BTC. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo what's good crypto fam. This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at crypto news alerts .net. Again, that's crypto news alerts .net and welcome everyone just joining us. This is podcast episode number 1410. I'm your host JV and today is September 23rd, 2023. So welcome to another sat stacking Saturday. Let's kick it off with our market watch as we do here each and every day, seven days a week. We can see Bitcoin back in the green trading above 26 .6 and we also have ether back in the green trading at roughly $1 ,600. The market cap is sitting at 1 .06 trillion with roughly 17 billion in volume. In the past 24 hours, we've got Bitcoin dominance at 49 .1 % and the ether dominance at 18 .2 % as Bitcoin continues outpacing Ethereum and checking out the top 100 crypto gainers of the past 24 hours, we've got theta lead in the pack up 7 % trading just under 64 cents followed by rocket pool up 4 % trading at $21 .63, followed by chain link up 4 % trading at $7 .18 and checking out the top 100 crypto gainers of the past week, we have WeMix leading this pack up 15%. We have PLS up 8 .2 % and XRD up 11, I mean 7 .4 % and checking out the crypto greed and fear index, we're currently rated a 47, which is neutral. Yesterday was a 43 in fear, last week also a 43 and last month a 41 in fear. So there you have it. How many of you have been stacking M -Sats and taking advantage of the recent dip in dollar cost averaging? Let me know. And how many of you are anticipating Bitcoin price action to maybe dip a little further south before packing some new positions? Let me know how you feel with the current status. And also just quick reminder, we're almost at the end of September historically, September is the worst month out of the entire year for the Bitcoin price action, but it's always followed by up tober, which is historically one of the most bullish months for Bitcoin. So we only have another week until we get out of September. So we'll see how this is likely to play out. Let's break down today's Bitcoin technical analysis. Bitcoin failed to reclaim 27 ,000, though we came close. It stalled at 26 ,500 as of right now. Meanwhile, the altcoins are in no better shape with minor losses coming from most of the larger cap ones. With Chainlink, the only one with a notable price increase. So last week was expectedly less volatile, aside from the brief spike on Saturday that pushed Bitcoin then to the multi -day peak of 26 ,400. But after failing to continue upwards, Bitcoin retraced at 26 ,000 and spent the rest of the weekend there. Then Monday didn't start all that positively either, but finished the way. Bitcoin went on the offensive and soared above 27 ,000 for the first time in weeks, but then shortly dumped after. But the bulls kept the pressure on and pushed Bitcoin to a new 20 -day peak at 27 ,500 on Tuesday. The next few days were rather calm with Bitcoin maintaining 27 G's, even after the US Fed's decision to stop raising the interest rates. Yet Bitcoin's momentum disappeared by Friday as it fell to 26 ,400. It even tried to bounce off the end of the day, but failed and currently stands at 26 ,500. Its market cap is south of 520 billion, while its dominance over the alts still just inches shy of 49%. So there you have it. And as we mentioned a little earlier, the altcoins, a lot of them are also in the red with the exception of Chainlink, which seems to be outpacing the rest of the major alts. Now for a prediction from Titan of Crypto, here's what he shared on X. Bitcoin 48 ,700 before the halving rocket ship to the moon. You might want to bookmark this one. Fam, never in history the halving occurred without Bitcoin reaching the 78 .6 % Fibonacci retracement level. So first off, first cycle price reached this four months before the halving, and the second cycle it was two months before, and then on the third cycle it was 12 months before. The next halving is now roughly six months away. Bitcoin might reach the 78 .6 % Fibonacci level within this period as it currently lies at 48 ,700, but the million dollar question remains, will this time be different? So as we enter this fourth halving, let me know where you feel the Bitcoin price action is likely to hit before we have liftoff. I mean, obviously that would be a bullish scenario setting us up for a perfect price discovery in 2024 post halving. So I cannot wait. I hope the analyst is right. And if you didn't know, it was exactly six years ago. China tried and failed to ban Bitcoin for the second time because guess what? You can't ban Bitcoin. You can try. Good luck with that. And ever since the price action on the King Crypto is up 600 % and the mining hash rate continues to hit all time highs. And as you know, hash rate is a good indicator for the strength of the network, meaning the market cap is just north of only $500 billion. And as Max points out here, referring to Bukele, he has restored the human rights of 7 million Salvadorans that have been taken away by murderous runts. The British and American state, a 93 % approval rating tells the story, the most popular leader in the world. And now Bukele Nomics is being copied around the world as a blueprint for freedom and justice. Massive shout out to Najib Bukele and the people of El Salvador. Which country do you feel is likely to adopt Bitcoin as a legal tender next? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments below. I feel it's going to be another Latin American country. I'd say a great candidate for that is Argentina, which has hundreds of millions of people. We have Javier Malay, the pro presidential candidate. There is a 70 % chance plus that he is elected as the president. And we already know the likelihood he could make Bitcoin a legal tender, especially being orange -pilled by Max Keiser, who is the senior Bitcoin advisor for President Bukele. As Max has already announced, he can't wait to touch down in Buenos Aires to orange pill Javier Malay. Then we also have Mexico. We have people like Ricardo Salinas, the third richest man in Mexico, very pro Bitcoin, claiming Bitcoin has been his best investment ever because, again, Max orange -pilled him back in 2014. Then we have Brazil and so many other countries that make Bitcoin a potential to become legal tender. And we all know that's going to be a game changer. And that's just another catalyst on top of the Bitcoin halving scheduled in six months in 2024, plus the approval of a spot Bitcoin ETF in the United States. So can you say fireworks lays ahead? Let's go. Now let's discuss the latest more bullish news, meaning Mt. Gox is going to be delaying these payments, which means no crypto is going to be dumped onto the open market anytime soon, which again is good for the hodlers. Check it out. Now we got Nobuaki, the Mt. Gox trustee in charge of the funds owed to the exchange creditors, updated the public on September 21st, two days ago, according to the trustee, because of the lengthy discussions with specific payment providers, he could not make the October 31st deadline. That was the initial deadline, fam. And because of this reason, the repayments will start next year. And so they say, quitting him here. Therefore, with the permission of the Tokyo district court, the rehabilitation trustee changed the deadline of the base repayment, the early lump sum repayment and the intermediate repayment from October 31st, 2023 Japan time to October 31st, 2024 Japan time, respectively. By the letter of the Kobashi details, the Mt. Gox creditors waited nine years for payments. Good Lord. Currently, they're owed one hundred and forty one thousand six hundred and eighty six BTC plus one hundred and forty two thousand eight hundred and forty six Bitcoin cash and sixty nine is that billion yen. Good Lord. I'd love to know what that equates to in dollars anyways, though the delay has been extended. The creditors who have completed their claims might receive the payment by year's end, quoting them again. Rehabilitation creditors who have provided the necessary info to the rehabilitation trustee will see the payments made in a sequence as early as the end of this year, according to the letter. However, this schedule could change. Kobashi also said that due to the high volume of inquiries regarding the process, the rehabilitation team might not respond promptly. Well, that doesn't sound so promising, but I guess it's a good sign that most of this cash is not going to be dumped off any time soon, as there's a lot of FUD that's always circulating. The Mt. Gox, you know, sell off is going to crash the entire market. I think that is very unlikely and is nothing more than FUD. And again, we're gearing up for the most bullish sentiment in the four year cyclical cycle amongst us in twenty twenty four. So versus being in fear, I would be very optimistic about what's to come for the king crypto and the crypto market as a whole. But what are your thoughts, fam? Let me know in the comments right down below. Now let's discuss the largest crypto exchange in the United States. Clearly, it is Coinbase. The CEO is Brian Armstrong. But did you know, according to this latest report, they currently control and own over five percent of the Bitcoin in circulation. That's pretty hefty. And let's break this one down. And how many of you have used the Coinbase crypto exchange before? Let me know in the comments below. Here we go. Blockchain intelligence platform ARKAM recently identified the crypto exchange Coinbase holds almost one million Bitcoin in its wallets like, whoa, the coins are worth more than twenty five billion dollars at the current prices. Now, according to ARKAM, the exchanges holdings amount to almost five percent of all the existing Bitcoin. ARKAM said Coinbase holds a total of nine hundred forty seven thousand seven hundred and fifty five BTC. And at the moment, Bitcoin circulating supply is around nineteen million four hundred ninety three thousand five hundred thirty seven, according to coin info on CoinGecko. And as ARKAM shared here on X, ARKAM now identified twenty five billion of Bitcoin's Coinbase reserves with one million, approximately Bitcoin on chain. This makes Coinbase the largest Bitcoin entity in the world on ARKAM, with almost five percent of all the Bitcoin in existence, almost as much as Satoshi Nakamoto. Crazy, right? Furthermore, ARKAM noted that it has tagged and identified thirty six million Bitcoin deposits and holding addresses used by the exchange. And according to ARKAM, Coinbase's largest cold wallet holds around ten thousand BTC. And based on the exchanges financial reports, the intelligence company believes that Coinbase has more Bitcoin than are yet labeled and could not be identified. And while Coinbase holds over twenty five billion worth of Bitcoin in its wallets, the exchange only owns around ten thousand of all the Bitcoin in which it holds, which is roughly two hundred million dollars, according to the recent data. Meanwhile, community members express varying reactions to the news about the amount of Bitcoin on the centralized exchange in which they hold. Some believe it's a sign to withdraw their Bitcoin from the exchanges, warning hodlers not to wait until the exchanges start to halt withdrawals. Others say that since there are legitimate concerns over cold wallets, there is no good way to store your assets. I'd like to chime in real quick. Obviously, if it's not your keys, it's not your coins. So while a custodian such as Coinbase can hold your crypto, you've got to also note that it's not yours. So if something were to happen, hypothetically, like we've seen with FTX and the collapse last year, then not your keys, not your coins, they don't belong to you at the end of the day. So you've got to start to weigh the risk reward with having a custodian such as Coinbase or a centralized exchange hold your coins versus taking the responsibility for yourself and learning how to self custody your own crypto and call storage such as with a Bitcoin cold wallet, such as a treasure. So I just wanted to point that out. There's no right or wrong way to hold your crypto. You've got to do what's in your best interest, of course. So, you know, I mean, just want to keep it real at the end of the day. So check it when it comes to Bitcoin ownership by companies, business intelligence for MicroStrategy still owns most Bitcoin. I believe it's over one hundred and fifty two thousand eight hundred BTC, to be exact, worth over four billion dollars at the time of this recording, making them the largest publicly traded company to have Bitcoin on their balance sheet. Now, another major company that controls over six hundred thousand BTC is Grayscale in their GBTC product, the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, which they just recently had a lawsuit against the SEC with the plan to convert their trust into a spot Bitcoin ETF. So considering they already control the underlying asset in the sum of over six hundred thousand BTC makes them a pretty strong contender. Wouldn't you agree? Let me know your thoughts, fam. And now let's break down our next story of the day and discuss the Bitcoin price likely to catapult along with the altcoin to coin to SkyBridge Capital, Anthony Scaramucci. Let's break this down. Shout out to the Mooch, SkyBridge Capital founder Scaramucci is detailing how one catalyst could have a bullish impact on Bitcoin, as well as the alt. In an interview with the Wolf of Wall Street, Scott Melker Scaramucci says that a spot Bitcoin ETF could be approved in the first quarter of twenty twenty four, which seems to be a ninety five percent likelihood, according to top ETF analyst at Bloomberg, Eric Balchunes. So according to SkyBridge Capital founder, the approval of the spot Bitcoin ETF and the Bitcoin halving, which is expected to occur in April of twenty twenty four, could combine to ignite a crypto bull market. No, it's not. It could combine. It will combine. Just saying. Quitting him here as Wall Street or products on Wall Street are sold, they are not bought. And so there is going to be tens of thousands, if not one hundred thousand plus people at these Wall Street firms selling these products to their traditional investors. So people that are in Bitcoin understand the finite supply of Bitcoin, right? We all know there's a finite limited supply, 21 million, and they understand the nature and the quality the Bitcoin has. This will push Bitcoin up. Of course, it will have a dramatically positive effect on the altcoin market because it will lead to more capital into digital properties so people can think whatever they want. They can think short term about the near term volatility of Bitcoin. But these macro positive factors are overwhelming. And according to Scaramucci, the potential approval of a spot Bitcoin ETF filed by giant asset managers such as BlackRock, who controls over 10 trillion in assets under management and Fidelity, that controls over four and a half trillion in assets under management, can see Bitcoin increasing its market cap by roughly 24 times from the current level. We'll send it. Let's go quoting the Mooch here. It is important that now the largest asset manager in the world who started out with some level of skepticism related to digital assets and Bitcoin is now willing to adopt Bitcoin. I mean, I guess they mean BlackRock is willing to adopt Bitcoin, but even more important than that, they're willing to explain to their clients. I think BlackRock now has 13 trillion dollars in assets under management. So for them, seven trillion for Fidelity. While these numbers are higher than I even imagine, while their clients need exposure to digital property like Bitcoin. And so we have a five hundred billion dollar plus market for Bitcoin. So you and I know gold is at 12 trillion ish, depending on where it's trading. But yes, 12 trillion. There is no reason why Bitcoin couldn't get gold. So there you have it. And to watch this video interview he did with Scott Melker entitled 37000 Bitcoin. Can it skyrocket 35 percent? Check the show notes below the video in the description. And I think we all could agree it's only a matter of time before Bitcoin returns to price discovery mode, virtually meaning entering new all time highs. My personal prediction is sometime in 2024, considering the two biggest catalysts, which we just covered, the Bitcoin halving and Bitcoin ETF approval, which we know is going to be a given, especially considering the SEC is not going to be able to push it back and push back that deadline any longer because, you know, they just they have been pushing it back now for 10 years while they continue to approve futures ETFs, which can allow them to spoof and manipulate the market, which is all by design. At the end of the day, there's not new under the sun and three things cannot be long hidden. The sun, the moon and the truth. But just saying. Anyways, fam, now let's discuss the ongoing fight against CZ, the finance CEO with this 250 million dollar loan. And then I'll be breaking down his 10 million dollar price prediction and in fact sharing a transcription of him claiming that Bitcoin can thousand X from the current price, which would ultimately mean not 10 million, but we're talking twenty six to twenty seven million dollars per coin. Let's break this down. So here we go. First, with the FUD, the Binance CEO, CZ Shangping Zhao had refuted a recent report alleging that he received the 250 million dollar loan from BAM Management, the company that serves as the holding entity for Binance US. Now, how many of you have used Binance US or Binance before as the exchange? Let me know, fam. The development comes amidst Binance's struggles with plunging trading volume as the world's largest crypto exchange faces mounting lawsuits and increased scrutiny, regulatory which seems to all be by design by the SEC and the regulators. Right. The report published by Decrypt September 19th drew its conclusions from court documents associated with the ongoing lawsuit involving Binance and the United States. SEC, according to the news agency's interpretation, the Binance US legal representatives asserted in the documents that BAM Management US Holdings had issued a quarter billion dollar convertible note to CZ back in December. CZ, however, challenged the accuracy of the report when he tweeted the following. The amount of wrong information is just they got the direction wrong. I loaned 250 million dollars to BAM a while back, not the other way around, and have not taken it back. The Binance CEO clarified that the loan arrangement was, in fact, the opposite of what was reported in the post. The exec explained that he had extended a 250 million dollar loan to BAM Management and asserted that he had not yet received the payment. So there's nothing new under the sun. Just more FUD, it seems like, fam. The legal battle has taken a toll on Binance US, which saw a flurry of employee departures. The US SEC alleged that Binance was not cooperating in the ongoing probe and even claimed that BAM refused to make essential witnesses available for deposition. Concerns were also raised on CEFFU, which happens to be a custody service offered by Binance's international arm, Binance Holdings Ltd. The SEC's filing claimed that the platform appeared to be in violation of a previous agreement designed to prevent the transfer of the assets abroad. And despite the scathing attacks by the financial regulator, Binance scored a small win this week. The SEC's motion to approve an inspection into Binance US was denied by the USDC District Judge, Zia Farokhia. So there you have it. I mean, the ongoing FUD will more than likely continue, as obviously Binance is the largest crypto exchange in the world and regulators seem to have a problem with them and want to go after them for whatever apparent reason. So, like I said, hopefully in the end, you know, truth is revealed and the real story versus all the FUD and, you know, the manipulation of the price action and all the shenanigans we continue to witness in the market. And with that being shared, now let's dive into the Binance CEO, CZ and his 10 million dollar price prediction, as well as him predicting that Bitcoin price action could even a thousand X from here, sending the Bitcoin price parabolic to 26 or even 27 million dollars per coin. Let's break this baby down, shall we? Here we go. JV, have you ever heard of him? A crypto YouTube influencer from Crypto News Alerts remembered CZ's prediction. You're damn right I did. The Bitcoin would reach 10 million per coin. JV referred to the statement in a recent video uploaded on YouTube where he analyzes various aspects of the Bitcoin market development. Now, JV looked back at CZ's Bitcoin prediction while analyzing the Bitcoin CEO's recent Twitter comments. And in a Q &A session on July 5th, CZ addressed several issues, including Binance's reaction to the ongoing regulatory scrutiny. He also spoke about the rising interest of institutional investors in crypto currencies, as well as the proposed BlackRock spot Bitcoin ETF. CZ made the 10 million dollar price prediction back in 2021. In fact, I have the article already pulled up and I'm going to be reading word for word what he shared. Following MicroStrategy's announcement, allocating Bitcoin for the corporate strategy, CZ based his analysis on the possibility of several corporate companies, major institutions across the world, allocating just one percent of their corporate treasury into Bitcoin. And according to CZ, that would lead to a thousand X growth in the value of BTC. JV highlighted CZ's welcoming approach to institutional investors in the Bitcoin ecosystem, and CZ noted that advantages in traditional finance firms they bring to the crypto industry, despite concerns about their intentions clashing with Bitcoin's decentralized nature. And according to JV, CZ identified two key factors driving Binance's strategy for the next 18 months. They include the upcoming Bitcoin halving event now less than six months out, as well as, you know, we could be seeing a Bitcoin ETF here in the near future. The Bitcoin community expects the next halving to occur in April of 2024. Now quoting CZ word for word from the initial interview he made on Bloomberg Radio predicting a potential 1000 X increase in the Bitcoin price action. So here's what he had to say. Right now, I think only 11 companies again, this is right around the time that MicroStrategy announced putting Bitcoin on its balance sheet. They announced having allocating some talking about Bitcoin, like usually less than one percent of their corporate treasury to Bitcoin. And we think that it is most likely what caused the initial price rise. I think MicroStrategy's Michael Saylor started it first, but there are six hundred and fifty thousand companies in the world, like relatively established companies in the world, and their treasury is huge. Preach. So if all of them talking about these major institutions only allocated just one percent to Bitcoin, we are going to see, I don't know, 1000 X more growth in the Bitcoin price. And if they allocate more than one percent, then it's going to be even bigger. So I think people don't quite get the magnitude of the wave that is about to hit us. Now, let's run that math one more time. Fam, today's price is roughly twenty six thousand five hundred times that by one thousand. He's talking about a twenty six and a half million dollar Bitcoin price action. The potential if they only put one percent of their strategic reserves into Bitcoin, you do the math. If it's five X and five percent, what are we talking? One hundred and twenty million dollar Bitcoin price. Just saying this is coming from CZ, the world's richest man in crypto. So very powerful words indeed. Let's get back to this prediction of what he shared. So the finance CEO estimates that the flagship crypto can go up anywhere from nineteen hundred percent to twenty thousand percent from the current price levels from the time he made the prediction. And he goes on to share with price predictions. It is really, really difficult. I think it can go to, I don't know, one million dollars, ten million dollars. It is very hard to tell. And again, if we literally did a thousand X from today's price, we're talking twenty six and a half million per BTZ. So CZ also reveals that the exchange is onboarding new users as an at an unprecedented sustained rate during the bull run, outpacing its user growth during the twenty seventeen bull run. So again, this was during the twenty twenty one bull run. Here's what he had to share. Just to give people the idea, in twenty seventeen, when Bitcoin hit the peak of about 20 G's, we were seeing three hundred thousand new registered users per day. And that only happened for a couple of days. And that kind of trailed off and became slower. Now we're seeing sustained new user registrations above the peak and sustained like for over two to three months. So could you imagine running the world's largest crypto exchange and having over three hundred thousand new registered users every single day for like 90 days straight? That is insanity. And that's the previous market. I think twenty twenty four is likely going to outpace the previous market as Bitcoin becomes a common household name and as Bitcoin game theory continues in full effect. You have presidential candidates making Bitcoin a big determining factor. We have people like Ron DeSantis, Kennedy Jr., Javier Malay over in Argentina. So naturally, it's just going to create more commotion and positive catalysts for Bitcoin as we move forward into twenty twenty four. So, I mean, fireworks are ahead. Let me know how you feel. We're likely to finish out this year by December of twenty twenty three. Where do you feel the Bitcoin price action is likely to be? And don't forget to check out CryptoNewsAlerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in the live Q &A. And I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode. HODL.
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"Investment Advisors switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. And next week for the latest on the stories moving big money in the world of sports. Stay with us because today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. President Biden is joining the United Auto Workers picket line. Brian Shook reports. Biden tweeted that he was going to Michigan Tuesday to stand in solidarity with the workers as the fight for a fair share of the value they helped create. This comes after UAW President Sean Fain announced earlier this week he would send more workers to the picket lines if substantial progress wasn't made with the big three automakers on a new contract. Union workers say they want a 40 percent pay increase cost of living adjustments and pensions for all workers. New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez is vowing to fight federal bribery charges and what he calls baseless allegations. Menendez and his wife are accused of accepting money and gifts in exchange for using his position to help three New Jersey businessmen. Menendez released a statement calling it a smear campaign meant to silence him. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is among the political leaders calling for Menendez to step down. Here's Scott Pringle. Murphy says the allegations are so serious and deeply disturbing that they compromise the ability of Senator Menendez to effectively represent the people of our state. Menendez has no plans to resign for now. He is stepping down though from his role as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy plans to cut funding for Ukraine out of a defense spending bill that's being blocked by a...
A highlight from The Top Five Stories in Crypto This Week } SEC vs. Binance, Crypto Funds Raise and More
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Saturday, September 9th, and that means it's time for the weekly recap. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Hello friends, back with round two of the dialogue news analysis show that I've been experimenting with with Scott Melker on Fridays. Still doesn't really have a name. So for you guys, it is just the weekly recap, but on this show, we're digging deeper into a bunch of things that we've covered this week on The Breakdown, as well as some things that we haven't. We talk about Visa's stablecoin settlement program, the FASB changing the accounting rule, a slew of discussions around Genesis and DCG, including Genesis suing DCG, a little bit more ETF talk because it's 2023. So what else are we going to talk about? And then the recent CFTC decisions against a set of DeFi protocols. As always, this content is a little bit more opinionated and analysis versus just what happened. And I think that if I have to sum it up, what all of these stories sort of look like to me or where their common through line is, is entering this phase of final cleanup and preparation and transition from everything that was to everything that will be. You're seeing half of the stories that come out about new TradFi integrations and institutional programs and infrastructure being built, and then half the programs that are about legal battles and cleanup from what happened before. To the extent that there is a shift in feeling among those legal battles, more and more of others and availing themselves of the legal system to actually get better policy made. And so I think net net the trend is towards positivity and the next thing versus being dragged down by the last thing. That said, there is still a lot of cleanup left from last year. So let's dive in and see what you guys think. So it was pretty challenging this week to get down to a top five in my very humble opinion, so much so that I kind of like listed a few honorable mentions here. I am not even in the top five apparently as a jam or JP Morgan moves into deposit tokens for settlements. Stake was hacked by North Korea once again. How can we stop North Korea from hacking us? We have apparently the U .S. authority is an FBI looking into DCG and the IMF saying not to ban crypto. And those aren't even in our top five stories.
Scott Presler: No Response yet From the RNC Chairman
"See at this point that leads these my next question is the r n c in any way helping you or is there any kind of effort there to kind of backup what you're doing i mean you're the kind of guy who would be a a dream for any political organization to be a part of you like a one -man uh... like a one -man voting military by yourself it's incredible so i went with anything and they help me out at all well you know today is day one hundred and sixty one that i have consecutively reached out to the chairwoman of the republican national committee and i still haven't received a response but you know what i believe in life you you lead by example my dad always taught me that and so i'm not going to wait for the rnc to reach out to me with all due respect and i'm not going to point fingers and blame instead at early vote action dot dot com we're going to lead by example we're going to focus on those six states that i just mentioned to you because we elections have this november and we're going to continue to drive the effort to register new voters get people to become registered republicans and we our efforts this year are going to sure make that next year joe biden is a one -term president scott can't thank you of uh... your twitter and handle again and if you're on true social your twitter handle is my twitter handle is at scott pressler as c o t t p r e s l e r and then
Scott Presler: Pennsylvania Is Winnable, Vote for Carolyn Carluccio
"To win the election and i'll tell you in the last week i've been to slippery rock university and penn state city we registered and over whelming number of republicans even to independence and here are the issues that jen the and young people care about they don't want censorship from their university or their government they don't want the lockdowns the mandate they're they're seeing that food is unaffordable gas prices they're being outpriced of buying a vehicle all kids these want to be parents one day want to be homeowners and the fact of the matter is that under under this administration under democrats we are losing sight of the american dream for young people this is our opportunity as the republican party to come in let's make life affordable let's make life better let's make sure that the uh the american dream is still there for everyone especially young folks and so yes you hear me loud and clear everybody listening to the bongino show pennsylvania is winnable and i would not be here in this state and i need every pennsylvania to make a plan to vote for judge carolyn carluccio to the pennsylvania supreme court if you don't want mask mandates if you don't want lockdowns if you want to check and balance against democratic governor shapiro i urge you i plead with you i beg you make a plan vote to for judge carolyn
Scott Presler: How You Can Help Register New Voters in Pennsylvania
"I'm by and i follow a lot of i'm pretty sure that was you how are we doing in pennsylvania and do you think there's a possibility based on some of the the the the the move in the republican direction that we could win pennsylvania again well i want to speak very directly and please to the listeners of the dan bongino's show hear me out week by week we are being a net loss in voter registration for the democrats by about one thousand voters per week we are making huge progress the in commonwealth of pennsylvania despite john centerman being in the united states senate right now and i'll tell you i'm currently in pennsylvania i'm in pittsburgh so if anybody listening to the dan bongino show wants to get involved come tomorrow saturday the 23rd to hundred sleek street at ten a m we're going to be knocking on doors we're going to be writing letters to new movers in pennsylvania because i have a list and of forty thousand forty thousand movers new to pennsylvania those are people that we need to get registered to vote those are people but we need to alert of the closed primary process because if you're not registered as a republican you can't vote for donald trump or governor de santas or whoever the heck you want and so we must educate those new movers because joe biden quote unquote won the election in twenty uh... twenty two thousand eight by eighty thousand votes these new movers are
Scott Presler: Registering Voters Will Make Biden a One-Term President
"Better than the government ever could and so I just started traveling the country and we organized cleanups in Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Duquesne, Detroit, Houston, Colosso, Los Angeles, Miami, Milwaukee, Nashville, Portland, Pittsburgh, but more importantly Dan weaving in voter registration into this my work although it was helping to clean up the cities was only a band -aid if we want to make long lasting change it means registering voters and so I started turning my cleanup efforts into voter events registration what better way to decide who our city council members are and school board members and mayors and state representatives and so now what I'm asking as we go into this November and beyond is guys look for ripe opportunities to register voters at your churches at your synagogues address pro shop at a movie theater during sound of freedom at Jason Aldean concerts at gun shows we have so many a myriad of opportunities to register conservatives to vote and then we get them out to vote this november and beyond we
Scott Presler: We Don't Need the Government, We Need Active Citizens
"Because I was mad but you know I wasn't mad at President Obama I was ultimately mad at myself I said Scott where were you registering where voters were you getting out the vote where were you helping to make sure that we were electing publicans into office and I realized that my inaction meant that I was the problem and so I became the solution by getting my first job in politics in 2014 I I moved halfway across the country to Texas to elect now Governor Greg Abbott and then realized how important it was that we win back the White House in 2016 because I was always forward thinking focusing on the Supreme Court and I never wanted Hillary Clinton to set foot in office ever again as you know and so I dedicated two years of my life to electing Donald J. Trump as the 45th President and it really was Trump who changed my life in 2019 because he was talking about the city of Baltimore Maryland and again the same inaction that I felt in myself in 2012 I was reminded of by society's reaction to Baltimore because because everybody was tweeting they were posting pictures they were getting likes and clicks from posting videos and of Baltimore I thought to myself okay you're gonna go do a trash cleanup and I I thought was it going was to be me my mom dad but the tweet that I posted on social media it went viral and I was oh but within seven days we organized a cleanup in Baltimore on on a Monday and we got 200 volunteers from all across the country that came together in an act of love and we picked up 12 tons of trash in 12 hours in one single day and I thought to myself Dan I don't need the government to solve my problems what I do need is concerned citizens coming together as a community and we can do
A highlight from What a Weird Week: The One with Big Onions! Fri Sept 22, 2023
"This is what a weird week the one with big onions Hi friends, I'm Scott and this is the what a weird week show about weird stuff from this week's news If you want the photos or podcast stuff or video stuff, just click show notes dot page show notes dot page Okay, here comes the top 10 for season 4 episode 52 first published on Friday September 22nd 2023 10 getting things started this week is large onion makes news everyone cries Gareth Griffin in the UK has grown an almost 20 pound onion That's unofficially the biggest onion ever recorded It is larger than Gareth's head the old record for a big onion was 19 pounds ish The onion still needs to be given the official all -clear from the Guinness folks and then who knows what are you making? French onion soup onion rings. Are you just maybe having it bronzed? Not as delicious but an option nine number nine flaming hooper breaks world record The new record is eight on fire spinning hula hoops Congratulations to grace good who is a professional hoop performer and gives audiences a thrill with hooping feats like spinning eight flaming hoops at the same time Grace also set another hooping record for most hula hoops spun simultaneously while balancing on a giant rolling globe That record 28 hula hoops. She had 28 hula hoops going at once while standing on a ball you guys That's what I wouldn't try. I mean you got to train a bit for that one. You first you got to get the 28 hula hoops going you got to get the dexterity for that That's not something you can just get off the couch and start doing you got to work your way up to it I would imagine and then the whole balancing on a rolling giant rolling globe as the guinness book of world records puts it I mean, first of all, where are you going to purchase that giant? Rolling globe you probably want to get a quality one pay a little extra I don't anyway, these are all questions for later on first Let's work on one hula hoop that is not on fire and then we'll get up to fire and globes and the rest of it Hey you guys, let's do this one. No, wait, don't sorry. I started saying don't try this at home danger So You're listening to what a weird week a show inspired by weirdness in the news eight number eight this week Mistake by ticket seller results in big lotto win. A fellow in maryland was given the wrong ticket and won 580 ,000 I don't know if you believe in fate and all that stuff, but listen to this So he goes to the gas station to buy five Cash for life tickets the store employee rang in one Multimatch instead and then there was all this trouble voiding the mistake. So the ticket buyer said it's all good That's me paraphrasing The wrong ticket turned out to be the big winner 580 ,000 and the store gets a cool thousand bucks for selling that ticket, too That story messed me up the most of all the stories we had this week because it makes you wonder about all of the choices You have every day things Happy accidents when they Mess up your order and you get sausage instead of bacon in your breakfast sandwich. Was it meant to be now? I question everything so my advice don't think about it too hard Oh, I could really go for a breakfast sandwich right now though seven number seven artists art wasn't really art Question mark they have to give the money back We talked about this story when it happened and now the courts have ruled on it an artist in denmark has to pay back Around seventy two thousand dollars to the museum that hired him to do some kind of artwork The artwork was supposed to incorporate a bunch of bank notes But the artist kept those bank notes and instead gave the museum a couple blank canvases artist is quoted in the story as saying The work is that I have taken their money That's an actual quote from the artist by the way. The artwork was called take the money and run You want to see the artwork? I mean just imagine a you know, white canvas and you've seen it You've seen one of the most famous artworks of the modern era. It's certainly got a lot of publicity. I don't know Art that much but it seems quite famous to me. Anyway blank canvas take the money and run So 10 weird stories from this week's news What a weird week six number six this week is surfing snake incident results in big fine A fellow in australia took his snake out on the surfboard the video went viral video got a lot of attention Also the attention of wildlife authorities and now the snake owner has been fined over two thousand dollars He says the snake didn't even hiss So, you know the snake the snake was having fun the snake only hisses when it's not having fun You guys authorities say surfing puts the snake under unnecessary stress That's me sort of paraphrasing but if you want to see a photo of the snake I mean imagine a snake on a surfboard There you go, but we do have a photo if you want to click the show notes or go to show notes page five Number five these train wrestlers you guys pro wrestlers recently in the news for fighting on a japanese bullet train Imagine you're seated on the train It's doing maybe 180 miles an hour and these wrestlers come down the aisle bringing the hurt And It happened the train was packed but the people on the train were there to see the wrestling It was a wrestling event you guys a weird venue though DDT pro wrestling put the event on pro wrestling in the aisle of a train They've had a few weird events like this.
A highlight from Tom Emmer's Anti-CBDC Bill Passes House Committee | EP 830
"You're against freedom. Good morning, everybody. What's up? It is Friday, September 22nd. I'm your boy, Opti. And as you can tell, I'm hosting the show today, but the show don't stop. And very interesting stuff that we didn't cover throughout the week. Apparently Tom Emmers has been spearheading this anti -CBDC bill and it passed in the House Committee. And we've been talking constantly about the ideas of CBDCs, the dangers. And I was going to say the pros, but there is no pros to this. This is absolutely nefarious stuff coming out from every country in the world and everyone wants to roll out a CBDC. Well, as I've been saying, there may be still some good people out there. I know we don't like politicians, but there may be some that understand how dangerous a CBDC will be. And they are saying the quiet parts out loud. And I do have some contention. We will kind of talk about this during the news. And the bill will now have to advance to the House of Representatives, but at least the signal is getting out there and it's constantly getting out there. And we're constantly talking about the fact that a CBDC should never happen in the US. It is literally anti -American. And I'm just glad that more people are noticing this. And it's not just simply Bitcoin that is telling you this. It's not just Bitcoiners that are talking about the dangers of CBDCs. Remember what CBDCs really stand for. It is not central bank digital currencies. It is central bank digital control. Remember the meme. And anytime they talk about a CBDC system, remember what it really is about. It is about controlling your behavior, controlling your transactions in a world where they are censoring content creators, independent content creators, where you can't talk about the truth. You think they will let you transact freely if a CBDC system gets rolled out. Don't be naive, guys. This is the last thing we should want. This is the last thing that should ever get rolled out in America. And we know that they're trying to do this everywhere around the world. We've seen that a few different CBDC pilots have been rolled out. We've seen, especially like in Nigeria, that the citizens do not want it. But we even have the memes from Elon Musk about making Twitter be the WeChat of the West. I don't know. It all sounds dystopian to me if you're talking to just a humble Bitcoiner. But anyways, I do have some good videos here and we will be talking about sovereignty in all its forms, whether that's health and education on today's show and rather in life in general. So I think we have set this show up perfectly where I'm going to give you guys some context of why we Bitcoin. Then we'll talk about the news. And then we have a guest here today that I think you guys are going to really enjoy. But of course, I am not alone. But anyways, welcome to Simply Bitcoin. We are your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution. We cover breaking news, culture and romantic warfare. We bring on Bitcoiners from all around the world, from the biggest names to the everyday savage Bitcoiner. We got them all. And we will be your guide through the separation of money and state. And of course, I'm back with one of your guys's favorite off the bench, Simply Bitcoin co -host, Mike Hobart. Mike, how are you doing today? What up, nerds? I hope you guys are having a good Friday. I just got my Friday started off with a workout and I am still soaked in my own filth. So I'm just rolling in this raw, man. I'm ready to go. Wow. Okay. Let's we'll gloss over that. Okay. All right. Anyways, our guest today is Scott from Free Market Kids. I really, really love what you're doing. I think it's one of the most important things to be doing is not only educating everyone out there, but educating the children so they don't have to deal with the fiat messes. Anyway, Scott, how are you doing this morning? And maybe just TLDR people. What is Free Market Kids? -oh.
"scott left" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"That was Brian Lowry, social psychologist, Stanford professor, and author of the new book selfless, the social construction of you, check it out. This week we have another new segment. You know, there are so many important books coming out all the time. Books that impact cultural conversation, books that introduce new ideas, and then we can't bring all of the authors on the show, the lord knows I would love to. But what I want to start doing here is just to make sure that you know about the important books coming up. So every few episodes, I plan to invite my colleague Scott Ulster to offer up a recommendation. Now Scott, he reads a ton, Scott and I go way back. We first met each other when we were both writers and editors at fortune. Over here at LinkedIn, he helps organize our book coverage. He sees everything. And he's going to show the important things with us. So without further ado, I have in the studio today, Scott, hey Scott. Hey, how you doing? I'm doing well. How are you? I'm great. I am excited to hear about what is at the top of your reading pile this week. Yeah, sure. So one of the books that's really struck me this week is a book called poverty by America by Matthew Desmond. Poverty buy America? Yeah, it's a provocative title. And I think it's all on purpose. I mean, Desmond, he breaks the mold from what you might consider the typical poverty book. And there is. There's a specific sub genre of poverty books where the focus is all on specific profiles of people who are experiencing poverty. In this case in America, now there's a pile of books that you could consider that I'll do that extremely well. But what Desmond does instead is ask why I think is a particularly unique question, provocative question, which is, do we need to have poverty in America at all? Yeah. Why? Why is this still with us in one of the wealthiest nations in the history of the world? It is indeed a provocative question. Honestly, I'd always taken it as a given even that some subset of society would live in poverty, one thing about that genre as you map it out that he diverges from is that it's incredibly readable. You have characters main characters you get very invested in their lives, these people in poverty is Matthew's book readable? It is. And I think it's because he's aware of that fact, right? It's not like he's absent from that genre entirely. He uses a handful of profiles in people's stories to establish much larger points about what makes poverty so persistent in the United States. Those key drivers. And then he basically makes the point that even though we do think of poverty as this fixture in America, it's actually a result of a series of choices that we make on an individual level and on a systemic level. And that in fact, it doesn't need to be this way, that the way we live our lives and the way we structure our society does not need to be the way that it is today. Do you come away from this book feeling hopeful? I'd say so yes, because Desmond's solutions aren't pie in the sky. They seem to be very much down to earth. These are things like reconsidering whether those companies that we are buying products from are supporting their workers and paying them a living wage, or reconsidering the way that our tax system is structured and whether a lion's share of those who are paying taxes are actually paying their fair share. These are things that certainly we've read about, but the way he describes them are indeed approachable. I love that. So Scott leave us with one tiny detail. Something you take away that you're going to remember. The key figure from Desmond's book, a figure that's within reach. It's a $177 billion. And that's the amount that Desmond has calculated that it would take to eradicate poverty altogether in the United States. So a $177 billion is such a big number to try to wrap my mind around. Help me understand what exactly that number is. So a $177 billion is the amount of money that it would take to eradicate poverty altogether. And that would mean that everyone in the United States would have enough to eat enough food and to have a place to live. These are the basic necessities. For a $177 billion, basically, we're just talking about getting the people in America to pay the taxes that they already owe. So if people just paid the taxes they owed and I'm just going to go out of the limb here and say that I just really rich people taking advantage of all the loopholes they can find to not quite make the Mark. If people just paid what they owed, we could potentially use that money to eradicate all of power. That's exactly correct. Yeah, that's a big idea. And that's why we're really glad to have this new book segment. Well, thank you. I'm glad to be here. All right, well, we'll see you next time. Now our weekly reminder to join us for office hours. We'll talk about unseen influences this week. What changes about your decision making when you try to take your community into account? How about when you reflect on the ways you might have been influenced or can influence others? We'll talk about it on Wednesday at 3 p.m. eastern live on the LinkedIn news page. I hope you'll join us. You can also continue the conversation in our hello Monday group on LinkedIn. To join, click right from the show notes. Hello Monday is a production of LinkedIn news. Sarah storm produces our show. It's engineered and mixed by esophageal. Arthur music was composed just for us by the mysterious breakmaster cylinder, Rafa faria, lowly a Briggs, Wallace trousdale, kanaya Rogers, and Michaela Greer help us construct our sense of self. Enrique monto is our executive producer. Dave pond is head of news production, Courtney coop is head of original programming. Dan Roth is the editor in chief of LinkedIn. I'm Jesse hemple, we'll be back next Monday. Thanks for listening.
"scott left" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"That Kevin was going to leave. I didn't want him to leave, because I thought he had so much unexplored potential. That we hadn't got to touch yet. So it was a disappointing to me. We're losing a big 7 foot athlete. Who's very bright? It could have helped in a lot of different ways. I always thought one of Kevin's great assets was his finishes, booking ideas, had good vision. You could see things, he knew what guys were what he thought were. Eligible for more consideration. But I didn't want him to leave. And you know, he got, he got a guaranteed money offer. You know, it's like Lamar Jackson. He wants all his money guaranteed. Right. Like, Watson and Cleveland and our boy collar Murray there in Phoenix. He wanted, you know, he wanted all this money guaranteed. And I don't blame him for that because that was unheard of. Especially at the amount of money that those guys are getting. And then they were smooth and slick about doing that favored nation thing. And so they're guaranteed to make the most money on the card. I recall it. You may know more about this than I have, but I think that was kind of the deal. The favored nations is about to get above or somebody comes in and because of that clause in your contract, you get the same money. How do you beat that? I don't know. I don't think you can. We couldn't. No. Well, there's a lot of moving parts here in this era. Scott hall suspended for a failed drug test and it's reported that both Scott and Kevin are being offered deals to jump to WCW. And the story has always been that Kevin said he didn't want to leave, but Vince wasn't willing to budge on a contract offer. And Bruce has said on his podcast that Kevin Nash kept saying, I'm staying. I'm staying. I know he's leaving. I'm not going. I'm staying. I'm staying. And then I bought that bill of goods. At some point, I believe Bruce said on his podcast that they asked Kevin to go up and speak to the crew and assure everyone, he wasn't leaving, and he wouldn't do it. And that's when Bruce knew, okay, he's not really staying. What do you remember about this? I'm in. I'm out. Hokey pokey conversation here before it becomes apparent. He's leaving. Worst kept secret. Theory. That I can recall. He's leaving. And Scott's leaving. Scott's gone, right? Didn't Scott leave before Kevin? Scott put it in notice ahead of time. I think as the story goes, he met with Vince and said something like, hey, listen, can I understand where we are and where the business is? Can I go work some dates in Japan? And Vince shut that deal down. And he wanted to know, hey, what can I do to make more money? If I can't go to Japan and the answer was, there's not much. This is what it is. And I understand the business was down, but do you think there was a combination of deal points. You could have put together to keep Kevin Nash and Scott hall, or were they gone no matter what? No, there was nothing we could do. If you did, you had to change your whole modus operandi. You said a president for everybody else is what you're saying. Absolutely. If you give those guys guaranteed money and big money, then why wouldn't everybody else want it that was somewhat deserving and was a main event guy. Right. They're going to want the same thing. And this financial marvel was not flexible enough to make that happen. Just the finances of that deal, just undoable at that point in time. So like I said, when I first heard the rumors and all this stuff, I talked to the guys. You know, I believe there are going to be more honest with me than they are with Vince sometimes. Right. And I just knew that Kevin was gone. He was out of there. And I don't blame you. What other decision could he make? No, that's the best decision for him and his family. It was the right call. Absolutely. So right call. So, you know, and I get WWE loyalists, how they were thinking. I get it. But there was to me, I was disappointed those guys left, especially Kevin. But I don't know, man. It was very frustrating. It was an one of the worst things as an administrator and that role is getting in the situation, Conrad, where you're in a place where you can't solve a problem. And Jimmy Johnson, the football coach, said one time that if I can't solve a problem, the only thing I have left to do is to eliminate the problem. And I didn't know that I didn't think there's anything else we could do. I'm just going to cut to come from Vince. Period. One and only. And it just was going to happen. And we had to prepare for their exit and go to plan B and at the end of the day, I think everybody came out pretty good on that deal. Oh, yeah, I would think it worked out just fine. Yeah. Well, listen, you mentioned at the top of the show, you're going to be enjoying 80° weather this
"scott left" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Come down to the close Bloomberg's comprehensive cross platform coverage ahead of the U.S. market close guards right now This is the countdown to the close with 60 minutes left in the training session Caroline hybrid main bostick Taylor rigs join now by our colleagues Carol Massa and Tim stern of it Together welcome all full blue mega audiences We go cross platform TV radio YouTube you name it And we look at what falling from records kind of a day big tech small tech in focus as we see those yields continue to climb Yeah exactly It really is a treasury bond market story and I feel like the treasury trade is already saying we're done with 2022 I mean it's pretty dramatic and I feel like I don't know whether Taylor talking at one point or other folks on Bloomberg TV but just should we start to be thinking about a 2% on that ten year note at some point Yeah and look at how this is playing out in the NASDAQ 100 Of course the big tech companies Tesla down 4% Microsoft Nvidia Amazon Apple all leading to the decline of 1.6 I mean volumes up some 23% on the NASDAQ but the overall movement down by one and a half percent I'm looking at 247 points being lost when you're looking at the NASDAQ overall You mentioned those big cap tech names dragging at lower We also see therefore the S&P 500 can not fight higher when you do have these big tech names Under so much selling pressure only down why some four points 3.7 points were at 4792 as we trade So basically flat on the day But we are still seeing money moving to some of the cyclicals Dow Jones but gets lift higher 255 points higher 7 10% higher but the rest of 2000 also some selling going on to day Taylor And it's a cyclical It's a value story I know two days does not a trend make but the story of the year is the story of today as well with energy financials the big outperformers at least on a sector basis on an intraday level energy just continuing to post big gains of about 3.7% financials of course benefiting from that steeper yield curve industrials materials you name it some of the other big performers but Romain you go to the bottom and unfortunately it is technology that is the worst performer down about 1.4% And that really is where some of these big tech companies are coming back into focus as those long duration assets Yeah and I think we got to put this in perspective I mean we're going to talk about obviously the big cap tech names Yeah apple is sliding a little bit here and you have some other companies out there in that space like Microsoft and Tesla as well gear But when you get down to that second tier of companies out there that's really become the issue here You're going to pay what 300 times earnings for a company And it's not just earnings It's a price to sales You want to pay 50 times sales for one of these companies Well I guess maybe when rates were at rock bottom but if you really do believe that rates are going to start to move higher on the long end and on the short end you have to start reevaluating that And it's not just about where the nominal rate ends up guys It's also about what is baked in to that rise in rates The idea here that you're getting a slower economic environment the idea that you're getting a more inflationary economic environment and it turns a lot of those multiples on its head Yeah that is why you see a Robin Hood off by 6% Why you see a beyond meat off by 5.5% Why you of course factory in that all important yield curve is you say steepening Can I check it out The two's the tens Currently really it's a dramatic spike higher that we've seen in the last couple of days remaining going to jump in Yeah I was just going to give Tim a pop quiz here Which company in the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100 has the highest price to earnings ratio Oh I don't even know I don't know What is it Oh yeah I wouldn't have gotten that right Here's what I know Doctor Scott leaves on the board Okay I know that Okay I was going to pop this as a Tim all last week That's what you guys miss Oh my God Yeah You know what's great I would go home and then my dad would call me and he'd give me the same pop quiz and I'd get it wrong again Thanks dad That's why you love families Yeah exactly Listen what's going on is the market rotation We're definitely seeing that play out today but so much is still forgive me but it's all about COVID And Stephanie kelton was on Bloomberg TV with David Weston earlier also on an Bloomberg radio She is an economist She follows public policy And she's been following what's going on the economy She's pretty optimistic but she is concerned about the supply demand imbalances Here's what she had to say The supply side has revealed a lot of vulnerabilities And we've seen it at the ports and we've seen it with freight and trucking and all the rest of it And so the supply side I think overwhelms the demand side contributors to the inflationary pressure that we're currently dealing with And so much of course that's Stephanie kelton there from stony brook but it's so much of what happens right in the coming months is if we get beyond COVID perhaps to him and I were just talking about this off air What happens if in a month we're in a much better space Are we all traveling or we spending more money What does that do to the economy Yeah how does our spending shift And does it even matter if our spending shifts and we're still seeing some pork congestion and we're still seeing some factories in Asia closed Because a handful of COVID cases that has serious repercussions that can hit weeks months later I am curious I mean we talk about what the potential dampening effect on economic activity is But because of COVID but then you look back into 2020 and into 2021 we saw more of a shift in spending rather than a complete sort of tamp down in the economy That doesn't mean certain areas of the economy certain industries aren't going to be hit hard by this but they're still seem to be some resiliency and now only consumer spending but also business spending as well But talk about the rehab and the now and the headlines we get Macy's according to CNBC cutting store hours temporarily as COVID cases spike FedEx express is spending U.S. on call pickups from January the fourth looking at AmEx pushing back on the 24th of June January they were looking to release their AmEx flex but they don't want to bring their colleagues back and of course that's way out and several weeks out So this still speaks to companies that are trying to navigate this and finding difficulty particularly from a labor perspective Let's talk about that Labor perspective in that jolt stout of this morning with quit rates again at a record high 3% or four and a half million and some of the job openings Carol at least coming down a little bit but over 10 million I mean so elevated particularly when it comes to those pre-pandemic levels People are quitting and they're also finding new jobs and that's what we're seeing We continue to see them moving into new positions I do think we should mention though ISM manufacturing I know we had it up for our TV team I mean the gauge did fall but there was some underlying support delivery times are being reduced The prices for raw materials That's coming down That's a positive I mean can we I'm sorry can we just go back to the quiz state here because not all those people went out and got new jobs I mean they're gone And when you looked at some of the industries that they were in it really makes you wonder what's going on there This isn't just the great resignation like oh I'm going to move on and start a new business These are people that have my interpretation if I could will that seemed to just be dropping out Well it does remain to be seen what the definition of full employment looks like on the other side of this pandemic who permanently dropped out of the labor force but remain it reminds me of our conversation that we had with the CEO of Dave's hot chicken last week who said $15 an hour was the minimum wage that they were hiring And he was saying something like 20 bucks It's exactly at competitors who are advertising starting salaries of $20 an hour And how does that how does that filter into the higher cost that consumers then pay And then we get back to the I word inflation But you go back to that to the quit the jolt state here I mean you talk about the industries that we had hard as it wasn't just about pay It was also about the conditions that they were working under It was a lot of healthcare workers A lot of services workers And again this goes beyond just pay People have just reevaluated their lives and maybe decided it wasn't worth it at any price Yeah tough time for parents right now you know Second day in a row my kids nursery school is closed I'm not the only one who's struggling to find day care.
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"Quick take this is Bloomberg 11 three O now a global news update Officials in Houston are still trying to figure out what caused Friday's deadly stampede at the astral world festival Katie Beck has the latest A homicide and narcotics investigation and that comes after a report that a security guard said he was allegedly injected with something in his neck and became unconscious The stampede occurred during a performance by rapper Travis Scott leaving 8 people dead The youngest victim was just 14 years old White House chief of staff Ron klain says the Biden administration's hard work is the reason why the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed through Congress Speaking on meet the press claim said progress is being made on President Biden's agenda and he expects the house to pass the social spending package when they resume after the Veterans Day holiday The prime minister of Iraq is a reportedly okay after a failed assassination attempt The country's military says Iraqi prime minister Mustafa academy was not hurt after an explosives filled drone blew up near his home Al kadhimi tweeted from his official account almost immediately after the attack calling for calm and restraint I'm Dina kodiak You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol matter and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steinebach from Bloomberg radio So if you read Bloomberg news follow our programming lineup and if you don't you really should I'm just going to put that out there Anyway you're likely aware that the age of artificial intelligence AI it is upon us Our next guest had a hand in bringing us to this point and he's got plenty to say on where we go from here To help us understand the challenges facing humankind as this technology becomes more pervasive Bloomberg news cross asset reporter Katie Griffith and I spoke with Eric Schmidt the cofounder of Schmidt futures and a former CEO and chairman of Google He's also the co author of the age of AI and our human future which he co wrote with Henry Kissinger and Danielle Hutton locker Well doctor Kissinger when he was in college which was before all of us were born 75 years ago wrote his undergraduate thesis on Kant and Kant had invented this whole theory of whether objects were real or how did we perceive them And he had been interested in how virtual worlds would emerge although he couldn't articulate it the way we do it today And when he visited Google and then subsequently talked to some of the AI folks in particular our guy named him acidosis He realized that we're busy building the world that he thought about but we're building it as technologists and without the basis of any kind of philosophy So he set out with myself and Dan and a few others to kind of think through how do we address these technologies and we concluded that this is the headline is that this change in the next 5 to ten years is the beginning of an ethical change in human history Similar to the Asia reformation where age of reason excuse me where we went from the age of faith where people basically just believe that whatever God said was correct versus the notion of having reason and the world where we're going to have ourselves and then inanimate non human intelligences helping us is a very different world than the one we're in today And bridge the gap between the world we're in today and the world we're heading into where AI is a bigger part of it because when I think about AI I struggle to think about how it will transform my day to day life So if we go down that path 5 ten even more years into the future I mean how do you see this shaping the world around us Well most people when they think about AR they think of a killer robot I wasn't going to say that but yeah Yeah We're not talking about that What we're talking about is that you will have assistance Today you have an assistant in the form of Google You have recommendation engines and so forth Those are all AI powered by the way but translations and so forth That all works very well What will happen in the next 5 or ten years is you're going to have conversational systems that are human like that you can ask questions and can make recommendations and more importantly generate new things In our book we talk about the achievement of AlphaGo where computers developed new game strategies for our game that have been played by humans for 2500 years that had never been discovered by humans We highlight the discovery of a new antibiotic They could never have been done without using superhuman supercomputer analysis with human collaboration to look through all the choices to find a new antibiotic that saves lives And we also talk about these new language models which are these immense systems where we build them and that we don't know what they know and what they really think And it's called GPT-3 These are the beginning platforms of a transformation of the world around us So the answer for you specifically your reporter you're in the news you're inundated with information Everyone is going to be pushing more and more stuff to you You're going to be inundated You're going to need a digital assistant It will help you prioritize what you need to do in your work as well as your whole life Okay that sounds better than a killer robot Absolutely So to that end you write in the preface along with your co author is that the three of you differ to the extent in which you're optimistic about AI where do you fall in that Of the three of us I'm the more most optimistic I think because in my world in my experience we have these enormous opportunities with enormous downsides and somehow we muddle through.
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"What caused Friday's deadly stampede at the astral world festival Katie Beck has the latest A homicide and narcotics investigation and that comes after a report that is security guards that he was allegedly injected with something in his neck and became unconscious The stampede occurred during a performance by rapper Travis Scott leaving 8 people dead The youngest victim was just 14 years old White House chief of staff Ron klain says the Biden administration's hard work is the reason why the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed through Congress Speaking on meet the press claim said progress is being made on President Biden's agenda and he expects the house to pass the social spending package when they resume after the Veterans Day holiday The prime minister of Iraq is a reportedly okay after a failed assassination attempt The country's military says Iraqi prime minister Mustafa academy was not hurt after an explosives filled drone blew up near his home how could he tweeted from his official account almost immediately after the attack calling for calm and restraint I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Don't look for Saudi Arabia to help oil prices come down That according to analysts at vital group the world's biggest independent oil trader told Bloomberg today that Saudi Arabia is larger than expected rise in oil prices is a signal it will continue resisting U.S. pressure to pump faster Meantime energy secretary Jennifer grant Holmes says President Biden is looking at a potential release from the strategic petroleum reserve to bring down gasoline prices after OPEC plus rejected his request to increase crude production faster Granholm spoke with Bloomberg surveillance The Viking plan is to diversify.
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"News update Officials in Houston are still trying to figure out what caused Friday's deadly stampede at the Astra world festival Katie Beck has the latest This investigation will be a homicide and narcotics investigation and that comes after a report that a security guard said he was allegedly injected with something in his neck and became unconscious at the event This stampede occurred during a performance by rapper Travis Scott leaving 8 people dead the youngest victim just 14 years old President Biden is taking a victory lap after the House passed his $1 trillion infrastructure Bill In remarks at The White House Saturday morning he called it a monumental step This is a blue collar blueprint to rebuild America That's long overdue The bill contains over $550 billion in new spending over 5 years to improve roads bridges railways airports and broadband Biden said he'll hold assigning ceremony soon but it would not be this weekend Meanwhile the president's vaccine mandate for larger companies is on hold for now A federal appeals court Saturday temporarily blocked the mandate which targeted businesses with 100 employees or more The ruling came after several Republican led states filed legal challenges over the rule and the court noted grave statutory and constitutional issues with the policy Authorities in California say a toddler is dead After being hit by gunfire while riding in a car on interstate 8 80 in Oakland It happens Saturday afternoon leaving California highway patrol to shut down the freeway for several hours The victim was identified as a 23 month old boy detectives are asking for the public's help in tracking down whoever fired the deadly shots And the prime minister of Iraq is reportedly in good health after a failed assassination attempt the country's military says Iraqi prime minister Mustafa arcadi is okay after an explosives filled drone blew up near his home No one has claimed responsibility for that attack I'm Brad Siegel After a year's hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic the New York City marathon returned Sunday for its 50th running David folk Thomas reports Some 33,000 runners will begin the 26.2 mile journey on the Staten Island side of the verrazzano bridge before completing the course in Manhattan's Central Park near tavern on the green The first marathon taking place back in 1970 with 55 runners who registered in the 2019 race a record 53,627 runners crossing the finish line This year's field was paired back due to ongoing precautions regarding the coronavirus First Lady Jill Biden is spearheading a push to get parents to vaccinate their children against COVID-19 her office describes it as a national effort after final approval of the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 The First Lady will kick off the campaign at a school in McLean Virginia on Monday Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is blasting what he calls a woke mob in his vaccination controversy Brian shook has more It was revealed this week the Green Bay Packers quarterback tested positive for COVID was not vaccinated and would be forced to sit out of this Sunday's game against Kansas City This despite saying months ago that he was immunized against the virus Rogers told the pat McAfee show he never lied and he found a long-term immunization protocol because he's allergic to an ingredient in two of the coronavirus vaccines I'm Brian schuck A Russian cosmonaut is now in charge of the International Space Station NASA's official change of command ceremony took place aboard the ISS Saturday with commander Thomas pasquet handing over responsibility to his Russian counterpart Pesquet and his crew are scheduled to undock from the space station Sunday to prepare for their return to earth on Monday morning I'm Brad's sequel And now this Bloomberg sports update Now they're busy Saturday around college football including a couple of upsets in the top ten None bigger than Purdue rolling number three Michigan state 40 to 29 8 in O'Connell through for 536 yards and three touchdowns North Carolina preseason top 25 team that has struggled this year handed number 9 way forest their first loss on the season 58 55 they rallied from 18 points down Tai Chandler ran for over 200 yards and four scores Top during Georgia rolled Missouri 43 6 number two Alabama would stood LSU 20 to 14 Number four Oregon knocked off Washington 26 16 5th rank Ohio State escape Nebraska 26 17 Number 6 Cincinnati avoided a scare They held off Tulsa 28 20 Number 7 Michigan turned to side Indiana 29 7 tenth ranked Notre-Dame pulled away from navy 34 6 and TCU surprised number 12 Baylor 30 to 28 Fallout continues for Aaron Rodgers after the whole vaccination issue and whether or not he lied or skirted the protocols Rogers losing a sponsorship from a local healthcare provider he's been partnering with since 2012 Rogers discussed some concerns about the vaccine and decided to try holistic medicine instead NBA blazer's president basketball operations neelo Shea reportedly under independent investigation concerning workplace misconduct and creating a hostile work environment How could the others play the jets to nothing behind 24 C is from ilias to Roku that's career shut out number 6 third this year Anders Lee Brock Nelson the tallies flames just punished the ranger 6 nothing Well the devil's escaped the sharks three two in a shootout I was where the Blackhawks had fired their head coach Jeremy colliton named Derek king is the interim head man This is after a one night and two start to the season Baseball mets have extended the $18.4 million qualifying offer to both Michael conforto and Noah synagogue and now ten days to decide if they want to take it Boxing canola Alvarez in 11th round TKO of Kayla plant He becomes the first ever undisputed super middleweight champion and the giant shows the Raiders later today Saquon Barkley out for a fourth straight game penny holiday is listed.
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"Switch to online learning begins tomorrow and is expected to be temporary. While the bus driver shortages sorted out high Covid activity forced the high school to change to virtual last week. WSB is Amanda Moyer reports the school district is asking parents to drive Kids to school today. If they can covid 19 is now the leading cause of death among first responders. At least 132 members of law enforcement agencies around the country are known to have died this year from Covid 19, according to the officer Down Memorial Page last year, the virus claimed 241 1st responders, Jackie Quinn reports. Thousands of first result responders still resist getting the vaccine, though one widow compares getting the shot to wearing body armor as protection, the governor asked. Local law enforcement to keep a close watch on vaccination sites where protesters may show up chairs, executive director of the George Association of Chiefs of Police says he's forded the governor's letter to his members. They'll determine you know if they have vaccination sites within their jurisdiction and make sure that they include the vaccination sites within their routine patrol. During her last covid update, Public Health Commissioner Dr Kathleen to me spoke of a vaccination site that was shut down because the workers didn't feel safe due to protesters. Sandra Parish 95.5. W by Speed Double DS produced time. 7 49 Next Traffic update includes any I 5 75 delays or less than two minutes ws BS Brad Mitts At his dependable five day forecast sponsored by brain of pest management, they handle bugs and critters. W SPEED STORM tracker radar shows. Those downpours continue across parts of the northern metro and back towards the West as well. We've seen some pack up pop up in parts of, uh Barto and Polk County. But the heaviest rain now is North Fulton and into parts of Gwinnett County. Lifting towards the north Northeast will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms this afternoon rain chance later today at 40% with a high of 85 Tonight mostly cloudy down towards the low of 70 showers and thunderstorms 60% likely Wednesday with a high of 84, then much dry air starts to move in for Thursday, so drop Thursday's rain chance to 20% otherwise partly cloudy, low 68 I 84 now my five day forecast for Friday and Saturday. Beautiful weather As we wrap up the work week head into the weekend. Friday starts at 62 with a clear sky and low humidity. We'll call it comfortably cool, then Sunny with a high of 85 on Friday, mostly sunny Saturday Low 63 high 87 looks good for the Bulldogs home game in Athens this Saturday as well. Recapping the forecast for today. Isolated downpours this morning. Scattered showers and storms this afternoon. Mostly cloudy and a high of 85 right at 72 on Peachtree Street, Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nets 95.5 WSB read. Thanks. We can put up with the humidity. If we know the drier stuff is coming back. Thanks. It's 7 51. Let's get back to the morning Drive again. Here's Mark McKay crowd. Scott leaving Holly Springs on 5 75,006 is road brake lights are putting intense down highway 92 Woodstock Highway 92 between Woodstock Roz will start to get better Now. The crashes cleared Highway 92 at Mabry Road, 5 75 and I 75 editor Change Been stacked up this morning crash. That wasn't a traveling now off to the left. 5 75 northbound at I 75 EUR delays into Roswell will start to improve Left plane crash now cleared 400 Hohokam Bridge Road Exit seven, but that's where you start to slow as you head south towards Sandy Springs, northeast Veronica around what you started slow in the typical spots on 3 16 westbound as you leave Lawrenceville and 85 south bound on and off the road. Breaks from 3 16 all the way down the spaghetti junction to 85 attributing traffic 95.5 WSB coming up for the top of the R WSB s Clark. Howard's got a solution for those electronic tolls that made in your wallet now after a short break. Legal challenges over the New Texas abortion laws. Stay with us reconnect with a carpool or van pool and dried with people you know and trust safely by forming a commute circle with your rideshare group and following current safety guidelines, you can enjoy your favorite way to get to work in a safe manner. For more ways to ride safely to and from work,.
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"Carnival Is it possible from Butte, Montana. 100 years old? Yes. Evil carnivals. Grandmother She was head Carell Smith is 100 years old today, 104. The birthday wishes became so popular that after Scott left his post delivering weather on today in 1996, he would still appear twice a week to greet his so called birthday buddies. He also wrote books about them with his usual sense of humor. Here. He is talking about one a stockbroker had recently tried to sell this man municipal bonds that matured in 20 years and I'll Charlie says Hell, he said. At my age, I don't even buy green bananas. Willard Scott may be best known for bringing TV viewers the weather, but what he always delivered was a laugh. Arnie Seipel NPR news Mm. On a hot day in Oaxaca City, a young girl named Clara is chosen for a special game of chance. The game is called Lost Area. It's kind of Mexican Bingo. It's also the title of Carla Valenti's new middle grade novel, Carla Valenti joins us now to talk about it. Welcome to the program. Hi. And thank you for having me life and death are real characters in this story. Talk to me about what Their role is in Gladys Journey. They actually were chosen to be guides discussing a philosophical question. That's at the heart of this story. So when I wrote Loteria, my goal was to explore the concept of free will We have control over our lives the power to make the decisions that shape us or is everything predetermined? So to guide us through that I selected these two wise sparring partners, Life and death. Ancient friends who meet once a year to play this game of lot area. And tell us about bladder. Who is she? And how does she come? To catch the eye of life and death. So Clara is the 11 year old heroine of the story. She is actually selected as a pawn in the game of life and death. So when they set out to play Loteria, they choose a child who will be the recipient of either a long life in the event that life wins the game or she will be delivered into Katrina or deaths domain in the event that death Wins the game. Hmm. Um And where does this game take bladder? Because this is sort of a magical adventure story. The game takes Claddagh through Oaxaca City, but also into the land of as Ian. The Oaxaca city adventure happens as life and death play the cards. They flip over one of these loteria cards, and there's an image on it, and based on whatever the image says, or whatever pictures on the image. This event unfolds in her life. And so it could be a scorpion. It could be a tree. It could be a dear arose, and each of these events forces Clara to make a choice. The string of choices that she makes Leads to her cousin being kidnapped and taken into this magical land. Called as Jan, Um, This is a book that is so rich in magical realism. It's so rooted in Mexican folklore. A lot of that inspiration I understand comes from your own background. It does. I was born and raised in Mexico City. I grew up reading and and being exposed to magical realism, and in fact, I like to think of it not so much as a genre that I was exposed to in literature or in film or art. But in my in my day to day living right, so I was pretty certain that my house was full of panic assess and that we had all of these spirits living through the house and keeping an eye on us. We have. You know, I have my abuelita who had premonitions and I have aunts who have magical dreams. And so this magical realism this ability to infuse the day to day reality with magic is part and parcel of what? It was growing up being me in my house. I mean, I think so Many, um Latinos grew up like that right? Not only in Mexico, but the idea of Another dimension. Exacerbating the world in which we live is actually not surprising. They will talk to you in the same breath about, you know, cutting carrots as they will saying they just had a visitation. They saw a vision in some way. I mean, my house in Mexico City was haunted, so I fully embrace this well, and that's what that's the feeling. I wanted to evoke with life and death, right that these are characters that of course, they're wandering the streets of Oaxaca City. They're not special. They're not extraordinary. They're just part. Lot of living in Oaxaca and anywhere. Hmm. Uh, you've always written stories for Children. But this is your debut middle grade novel. You know, it's darker, heavier. Uh, what drew you to writing for this age group now? So it's a good question, and I I would say that I don't necessarily right for a specific age group. I really am writing to explore an idea. And in this case, this idea is, is a big idea that really required a lot of storytelling real estate, it required a heavier narrative art. It would allow me to explore in depth the concepts of free will versus determinism. Why is that? Something that appealed to you? Why did you want to explore? Um that tug between free will and determinism. Really? The impetus here was to give readers an opportunity to to Explore these these concepts in in an easy to consume way right? And by easy I don't at all mean, simplified, right or or dumbed down. I mean that the concepts are presented in a way that can be digested and consumed by this demographic, But the ideas are big because I think the kids at this age there this is what's happening to them. They're in a phase of transformation. They're entering A new world where they're exploring what it means to be themselves what it means to have this place in this world. And where does it land for a clatter? I can't tell you that. That's that's the big twist at the end. Clara is on her journey boat. You must have an opinion. So when I started writing the book, I was positive that I knew where I stood on this. And as I began researching the arguments for life and death, I Found that I was switching my mind. And I argued myself and life and death into a bit of a conundrum. Um, and it coincided with clad as narrative arc as well and to my great surprise and delight. She found a way beyond the conundrum and allowed us all to move forward with this larger question of life and death. Indeed, indeed, that is Carla Valenti. Her new book is Loteria..
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"Carnival Is it possible from Butte, Montana. 100 years old? Yes. Evil carnivals grandmother She was head Carell Smith is 100 years old today, 104. The birthday wishes became so popular that after Scott left his post delivering weather on today in 1996, he would still appear twice a week to greet his so called birthday buddies. He also wrote books about them with his usual sense of humor. Here he is talking about one a stockbroker had recently tried to sell this man municipal bonds that mature in 20 years. And Uncle Charlie says Hell, he said. At my age, I don't even buy green bananas. Willard Scott may be best known for bringing TV viewers the weather, but what he always delivered was a laugh. Arnie Seipel NPR news On a hot day in Oaxaca City, a young girl named Clara is chosen for a special game of chance. The game is called Lost Area. It's kind of Mexican Bingo. It's also the title of Carla Valenti's new middle grade novel, Carla Valenti joins us now to talk about it. Welcome to the program. Hi. And thank you for having me life and death are real characters in this story. Talk to me about what Their role is in Gladys Journey. They actually were chosen to be guides discussing a philosophical question. That's at the heart of this story. So when I wrote Loteria, my goal was to explore the concept of free will We have control over our lives the power to make the decisions that shape us or is everything predetermined? So to guide us through that I selected these two wise spierings partners, life and death. Ancient friends who meet once a year to play this game of Loteria. And tell us about bladder. Who is she? And how does she come to catch the eye of life and death? So Clara is the 11 year old heroine of the story. She is actually selected as a pawn in the game of life and death. So when they set out to play Loteria, they choose a child who will be the recipient of either a long life in the event that life wins the game or she will be delivered into Katrina or deaths domain in the event that death Wins the game. Hmm. Um And where does this game take bladder? Because this is sort of a magical adventure story. The game takes Claddagh through Oaxaca City, but also into the land of as Ian. The Oaxaca city adventure happens as life and death play the cards. They flip over one of these loteria cards, and there's an image on it, and based on whatever the image says, or whatever pictures on the image. This event unfolds in her life. And so it could be a scorpion. It could be a tree. It could be a dear arose, and each of these events forces Clara to make a choice. The string of choices that she makes Leads to her cousin being kidnapped and taken into this magical land. Called as Jan, Um, This is a book that is so rich in magical realism. It's so rooted in Mexican folklore. Lot of that inspiration. I understand comes from your own background. It does. I was born and raised in Mexico City. I grew up reading and being exposed to magical realism, and in fact, I like to think of it not so much as a genre that I was exposed to in literature or in film or art. But in my in my day to day living right, so I was pretty certain that my house was full of Chan OCHA's and we had all of these spirits living through the house and keeping an eye on us. We have. You know, I have my abuelita who had premonitions and I have aunts who have magical dreams. And so this magical realism this ability to infuse the day to day reality with magic is part and parcel of what? It was growing up being me in my house. I mean, I think so Many, um Latinos grew up like that right? Not only in Mexico, but the idea of Another dimension Exact happening. The world in which we live is actually not surprising. They will talk to you in the same breath about, you know, cutting carrots as they will saying they just had a visitation. They saw a vision in some way. I mean, my house in Mexico City was haunted, so I fully embrace this well, and that's what that's the feeling I wanted to evoke with life and death, right that these are characters that of course, they're wandering the streets of Oaxaca City. They're not special. They're not extraordinary. They're just part. Part of living in Oaxaca. Or in anywhere. Hmm. You've always written stories for Children. But this is your debut middle grade novel. You know, it's darker, heavier. Uh, what drew you to writing for this age group now? So it's a good question, and I I would say that I don't necessarily right for a specific age group. I really am writing to explore an idea. And in this case, this idea is, is a big idea that really required a lot of storytelling real estate, it required a heavier narrative art. It would allow me to explore in depth the concepts of free will versus determinism. Why is that? Something that appealed to you? Why did you want to Explorer? Um, that tug between free will and determinism. Really? The impetus here was to give readers an opportunity to to Explore these these concepts in in an easy to consume way right? And by easy I don't at all mean, simplified, right or or dumbed down. I mean that the concepts are presented in a way that can be digested and consumed by this demographic, But the ideas are big because I think the kids at this age there this is what's happening to them. They're in a phase of transformation. They're entering A new world where they're exploring what it means to be themselves what it means to have this place in this world. And where does it land for clatter? I can't tell you that. That's the big twist at the end. Glad a is on her journey vote. You must have an opinion. So when I started writing the book, I was positive that I knew where I stood on this. And as I began researching the arguments for life and death, I Found that I was switching my mind. And I argued myself and life and death into a bit of a conundrum. Um, and it coincided with clad as narrative arc as well and to my great surprise and delight. She found a way beyond the conundrum and allowed us all to move forward with this larger question of life and death. Indeed, indeed, that.
"scott left" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You'll be hearing from him later. You're gonna be doing the weather for us. I got so much weather here. I can do the whole show you all can go home right now. Scott joined NBC's Today show in 1980. It wasn't long before his wacky persona one over a national audience, whether can be pretty bland on a day to day basis, And so what you do is to add a little stick to it. That stick would include playing around with his infamously bad to pay impersonated pop star Boy George and then one morning, the ultimate Willard Scott stunt. He delivered the weather dressed up as Carmen Miranda. Somebody buddy, by everybody body about about the marina. I don't know what to read about bitch. As Scott told NPR in 1987. Not everyone at NBC was amused. There are people up there to make a lot of money betting on me to follow my face and that this whole corn ball act would never make it, But it worked. And even though Scott contrived a lot of his stick, his trademark act was actually developed by the folks watching at home. One day in 1983, a viewer wrote in asking Scott to wish his uncle a happy 1/100 birthday on the air. Scott obliged and more requests flooded in Happy birthday to Louise Sims of Ottawa, Illinois. A beauty Emma can evil. Is it possible from Butte? Montana? 100 years old? Yes, Evil could Devil's grandmother she was head L. Smith is 100 years old today, 104 the birthday wishes became so popular that after Scott left his post delivering weather on today in 1996. He would still appear twice a week to greet his so called birthday buddies. He also wrote books about them with his usual sense of humor. Here he is talking about one a stockbroker had recently tried to sell this man municipal bonds that mature in 20 years and Uncle Charlie says Hell, he said. At my age, I don't even buy green bananas. Willard Scott may be best known for bringing TV viewers the weather, but what he always delivered was a laugh. Arnie Seipel NPR news Mm. On a hot day in Oaxaca City. A young girl named Clara is chosen for a special game of chance. The game is called Lost Area. It's kind of Mexican bingo. It's also the title of Carla Valenti's new middle grade novel. Carla Valenti joins us now to talk about it. Welcome to the program. Hi and thank you for having me life and death are real characters in this story. Talk to me about what their role is in Gladys Journey. They actually were chosen to be guides discussing a philosophical question. That's at the heart of this story. So when I wrote Look area, my goal was to explore the concept of free will We have control over our lives the power to make the decisions that shape us or is everything predetermined? So to guide us through that I selected these two wise, aspiring partners, life and death. Ancient friends who meet once a year to play this game of Loteria. And tell us about bladder. Who is she? And how does she come? To catch the eye of life and death. So Clara is the 11 year old heroine of the story. She is actually selected as a pawn in the game of life and death. So when they set out to play Loteria they Tuesday child who will be the recipient of either a long life in the event that life wins the game or she will be delivered into Katrina or deaths domain in the event that death Wins the game. Hmm. Um And where does this game take bladder? Because this is sort of a magical adventure story. The game takes Claddagh through Oaxaca City, but also into the land of as Ian. The Oaxaca city adventure happens as life and death play the cards. They flip over one of these loteria cards, and there's an image on in and based on whatever the image says, or whatever pictures on the image. This event unfolds in her life. And so it could be a scorpion. It could be a tree. It could be a dear arose, and each of these events forces Clara to make a choice. The string of choices that she makes Leads to her cousin being kidnapped and taken into this magical land called as Jan. This is a book that is so rich in magical realism. It's so rooted in Mexican folklore. Lot of that inspiration. I understand comes from your own background. It does. I was born and raised in Mexico City. I grew up reading and being exposed to magical realism, and in fact, I like to think of it not so much as a genre that I was exposed to in literature or in film or art. But in my in my day to day living, right, So I was pretty certain that my house was full of China, CAS and that we had all of these spirits living through the house and keeping an eye on us. We have you know, I have my abuelita who had premonitions and I have and to have Magical dreams. And so this magical realism this ability to infuse the day to day reality with magic is part and parcel of what? It was growing up being me in my house. I mean, I think so Many Latinos grew up like that, right? Not only in Mexico but the idea of another dimension. Exacerbating the world in which we live is actually not surprising. They will talk to you in the same breath about, you know, cutting carrots as they will saying they just had a visitation. Oh, they saw a vision in some way. I mean, my house in Mexico City was haunted. So I fully embraced this well, and that's what that's the feeling I wanted to evoke with life and death, right that these are characters that of course, they're wandering the streets of Oaxaca City. They're not special. They're not extraordinary. They're just part of living in Oaxaca cower in anywhere. Mhm, I You've always written stories for Children..
"scott left" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand
"That out. I mean if i'm sick. I watch i love lucy. I mean that reminds me. I've been watching that since. I was a little girl. Who the hell knows why Obviously friends paulina. And i watch you in the city right every night. Yeah i think it's because i actually reading about that because you know what's going to happen and it calms during zayed's. Oh yeah they'll like the. I do it every night episode of the day. I couldn't get over how the fashioned was so silly like the big boxy suits you know like oh yeah like the straight leg pants mental thing and just i just couldn't get over like how silly they looked but at the time. Same with my not. When all these other shows i remember growing up watching going. These people were so cool. I wanted to be everything that they were. And now i watch and i'm like how ridiculous it. Everybody look yes rookie No mine is the office. I'll watch office every day. I still do classic dude. Yeah yeah. I have to watch the office because tick-tock and facebook never whales that every time you scroll through a video series of video algorithm office clip shows. Every i've seen it a million times. Even after michael scott leaves those seasons with will ferrell and james spader i. I watched them. I gave up there really. I wasn't the same size. Episodes are are really good. There's some characters that are cringely but it's still good. I don't know i couldn't do it. It wasn't the same is also. They should have stopped When when my samantha good morning. What's your comfort. Show carton rack okay. They make an episodes of that. No no unfortunately not. But i want me and my brother whenever we're together we'll sit down and watch. It's just something that you don't even have to be like more than one episode to understand the because it changes every episode all right and you did watch it over and over again it would be fun. Yeah and it's definitely about him in the office. That's a lot of people say that to like. If you like the office you're supposed to love parks and rec. So yeah i'd van leslie. Snow could beat michael scott. I'm just saying albert mantha. Thank you day as you call. Hey lisa good morning morning comfort. Show what is it. Prince of bel air. Nice okay is my go-to show. I got my kids it my teenager we turn it on. Watch over and over and over. Really old-timey it does it is. But it's so funny and it's a family show and it's it's just good humor fresh prince thank you. Lisa have a great day as you call. Hey jennifer good morning good morning. What is your blinders. You blinders british netflix. I love them all my god. Every i watched that. I swear i just like end up with an english accent. You heard of that show. He keep lying sons of anarchy meets british people. And all this probably match. You have to try a few episodes. Donate promise you'll get fighting. Show my aunt watching. The vikings says she can't understand any of these guys needs to be alone when she watches it too. I'm like okay. Focus syrian maybe. Was that a six months ago there in. I don't know how long ago there are. New episodes of vikings says. He couldn't figure out how to get on her ipad. Because you really did want to be alone. And once i got it going for. She's like okay. You could go now. Okay sister give her. Maybe give her that folder of music. This you also facetime twenty five year old boyfriends deal. Well right down the hall from her sister. My mom her life is not great right now. thank you jennifer have a good day My comfort shows sex. life on. Netflix is skipped over that one episode. Because that's not a comforting to me on pass that too. Because i knew what the ending was and then told me what the ending was. But i could've told you that was going to be the ending. I didn't ask you that one. Figured she would give a big giggling guy. That guy is fine. Raina rain a high. What's your comfort. show want to be. Honest i just a huge fan of you guys. I watched.
"scott left" Discussed on Monsters and Mixers
"I've got a lot of stuff at each day. Yeah just go ahead and go out and do something and continue to preparations i mean. I don't find that odd. Yeah i guess. It's just a big switch from golfing. Because i know that i read paste to now go fishing in a marina ninety miles away. Yeah that's because that's what he did. We i i personally don't think that lacey was alive when scott left the house that morning but we will dive further into that later occurring it. It's not happy later that day around ten thirty in the morning one of their neighbors found their dog in he was still wearing his leash. Mckinsey boy i okay. Okay he was wandering around the neighborhood in front of their house by himself. Lacy was nowhere to be found uses running around by himself. The neighbor who found mckenzie was a woman by the name of karen service and she thought the dog had simply gotten out of their backyards so she returned him there. She put him in the backyard. Close the gate and another neighbor by the name of mike shiah said he saw mckenzie about ten forty five. Am as he played catch with his own dog in his backyard. So mackenzie is in the backyard. So if he in fact did kill her the night before did he let his dog loose to south solidifies alibi. So we put mckinsey endanger too. I mean i would not put it past i. That's a degraded calculation. It is implies some syria and we'll get into his degree of calculation a little bit more further Scott said that he came home that afternoon defined the house completely empty and he told lisi's mother that he found mckenzie in their backyard which he later denied saying that. At all which is weird. Weird thing to deny saying i'm lacey's nineteen ninety-six land rover was still in their driveway. In their house was empty and quiet and the recipe for the dessert lee. She was supposed to make was still on their kitchen counter. You might think to yourself okay. Her cars in the driveway and she's nowhere to be found. Any logical and caring spouse would probably immediately be worried to come home to their seven and a half months pregnant wife just completely missing in action in most likely alert like the police or like her parents but not scott. Peterson scott took a shower and wash his clothes that he was wearing and he claimed that he was wet from fishing..
"scott left" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Well. Regular water fowl season is over. But the kid's takeover today today and tomorrow a special two days set aside. Just for them. There's been no hunters in the field for five days. That does miraculously things and will bear always gets involved in the junior hunt, and he joins us now. Good morning. They love. How are you? Well, I'll tell you one thing I said earlier. This is one of those times I got a feeling you're gonna wish you were a kid again by the end of today. Yeah, So that's kind of always a feeling, which is, uh, you know, it's fun to get out there with them and experience the marsh. You know, Like you said, the birds have a week to rest, so it's always a fun time of year. That kind of put the season to a close. Um and get out there and And just enjoy the sunrise and the birds that are kind of relaxed, you know? Well, you know, just think of it. Think of our opening back in October. I mean, that's always a pretty good day. I mean, anybody with water is going to get some birds but think of the amount of birds in the valley them compared to now. I mean, these kids should they got the potential for one of the best hunting days after Yeah. You know, we've had that calm weather here this last couple of days and hope for the birds air a little bit more, You know, not spread out. You know, as they get with the storms, so it could be fun. It's fun, You know, waking up here in the morning and here in the birds out on the ponds. That you don't normally hear during the season, so hopefully the kids get out of that experience. You know, we're not getting a lot of winds. Um, so the birds may not move too much, so hopefully there's enough people out there to kind of move the birds around and Because once they had some junior huts for the birds sit down pretty early and picking kind of tough. You're looking at some empty skies, but people are moving around and keep the birds moving. Then kids can get some shooting. Yeah, I hope so, too. You know, last week the end of the season that didn't exactly end with a real bang. I mean, Saturday was pretty good. But you know what? Look against some of the refuge reports Sunday was just one of those days. You just assume forget Uh, yeah. I mean, there was nothing happening. All the club members I talked to I go Jews, they We've got one teal or something. He has some silly things like that. And I did want to ask you. You know, the jewel of the sacrament of refuge complex has always been little dry Creek. Now. Last Saturday, while everybody else was shooting 2.5 to 3 birds per hunter at the nearby refugees, Little Dry Creek. Shot 1.8 ducks per hunter and the top duck was a ring necked duck. What the heck has happened? A little dry Creek. Yeah, well, sometimes late in the season, the ring next get in. There s so you're you're talking about upper view based on no, not the sap complex when you when you referred a little drink, Okay? You're right. You're right. You're right. It's so close. Yeah. That happens sometimes late in the year. Those three next get in there and I know they're in quite a bit and some of the other refuges I hunted by had some crazy days where they were just buzzing through. Fortunately, a lot of guys were being patient or shooting them because if they were You're going to be able to work another duck. Um, but I even took my camera out videotape because it was so impressive. So, Yeah, I mean, pretty sick. Yeah, they came in pretty sick. I've got to understand what these Mississippi flyway boys you know we're talking about. I did not partake in taking my safety off and shooting them. But I could understand why they would A little bit excited to shoot them because they are pretty fun with their buzzing through and there wasn't and they got that sound they make, but with their wings in the large flocks, But yeah, that that can happen late in the year, Little Dry Creek. Well, it's ah, fun thing you you've kind of read about and seen, for example, like like blue bills. I mean, we've all seen the blue bills of the photos and field and stream and we're kids. Chesapeake Bay and course around here, too, and I've gone down for several years and hunted him down on the floating blind and Sam Pablo Bay and they sure are fun. The hunt and you put a blue bill in the oven and 15 minutes. The whole house smells like fish. Not a good thing E have not partaken in the blue bill. No eating. Maybe Scott left. How could make it taste good, though. I mean, what are you doing? All those dead meat shows you could figure it out. Make it edible. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So what would you What kind of tips would you give? The kids will, too. You see that they take advantage of every opportunity. Yeah, well, so my first thing would be you know the if you're not in a blind area, obviously the blind areas you can't move around. But if you're in a free room area, you know, take a look around and what's what's going on in the morning and a lot of times. Birds are already on the ponds, and they're in the corners this time year on the side, So I've had sometimes, at least with my my older boy who's no longer eligible for this type of hunt. But He was pretty skilled hunter. But he we go jump shooting, and he had some good times. Kids kind of like that, too, because they're moving around that little lot of skills. I think it helped him because He's now a green beret. But he did seem pretty stealth, You know, stable the videotape into on a few hunts where he's speaking upon these birds and and doing a really good job. He's a lot better at that stuff than I am. I'm a big guy, and I kind of Stuff to bend down low like Jeff, you good stuff first and come up with some really nice birds, you know and get him at close range, So that's something if kids are into that kind of hunt Get a move a little bit. And you really learn a lot of different skills on how to be quiet how to get you know how to get up with up with my sign up, Wonder down wind to get up wind of a bird. I guess so. They can't hear you coming in. And, um, just, uh, is the fun times. That's something I would say for for kids. I'm also for the dads to look around. Maybe in the morning. If you don't get him, that's okay. The birds will Might fly morning afternoon, especially the geese. You know, I've had some good afternoon shoots in that Super Bowl Sunday when my team wasn't playing in it, which has been the last 20 years. Who's on a Raider fan. But we could go out. Remember that Kaepernick Super Bowl when they lost to the Falcons were like the only one there because all the Niner fans were watching Super Bowl. So sometimes afternoon could be good. Even on Sunday, you know, because the birds have they have had, really, you know, almost another. Day and a half arrest of guys aren't hunting. So don't give up if it was tough in the morning. You know, they'll get breakfast. Have a good time. Enjoy the experience. And if you're not too tired, go out for the afternoon. Put it, put it if it's calm, like it looks like it's gonna be run A line to a decoy makes makes some movement.
"scott left" Discussed on WSB-AM
"At 701 30 degrees. I'll tell you when showers come back in five minutes. I'm WSB Me, Iran, says Kurt Mellish, live over West Freeway history crashed that knocked out two left lanes. 20 eastbound before exit 49 14 Industrial Boulevard. It's a parking lot of bruising six flags out of Douglas County, the absolute last chance to avoid the delays. 44th or road. Take that north. I wait. 78 live at the sky copters smiling like McCain 95.5 WSB. Somebody must reduce time is 702. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcie Williams and just hang about and some positive news when it comes to the battle against coronavirus, double the SPS Michelle write reports live hospitalizations in new case numbers are starting to trend down. They are judged. The seven day rolling average for both have tipped down, not just here in Georgia, but around the nation explains CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky cases are now back to the level we were before Thanksgiving hospitalizations also down here in Georgia and governor, Kim says. We've crossed a milestone when it comes to vaccinations around the state providers across the state have administered one million Cove in 19 doses in the state of Georgia. There is a bit of concerning news, though the death rate from the virus still at its highest level ever in Georgia, and the more contagious UK, vary it It's probably widespread throughout the state, according to Dr Kathleen To me, Reporting live Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB research is now under way to test what happens when you mix and match covert vaccine virologist Matthew Snake has recruited 800 volunteers for the mixed vaccine trial. His findings could have global implications supply problems with one of the vaccines. Then you're protected against that being absolute knives, which the other vaccine is an alternative. It's possible mixing vaccines might even confirm better protection reporter Vicki Barker says. That turned out to be the case with Ebola results from this study or expected in June, the Biden administration launches a new federal state alliance to get more vaccine out to joint large scale covert vaccination sites will be in California, part of a strategy all across the United States. The 1st 100 days, the administration to get 100 of these sites up and operational Governor Gavin Newsom says. These sites are planned at the Oakland Coliseum and Cal State L. A. Here in Georgia. Gwinnett County opens a mass covert vaccination site tomorrow. The old Sears gonna play small in Duluth. Friday's the soft open to work out the kinks Saturday. More than 1000. People may get the vaccine. The city of San Francisco sues its own school board to restart in person learn a lawsuit backed by Mayor London Breed says school administrators are violating a state requirement that district's offer a clear plan to offer classroom based instruction whenever possible. Their breed says in a statement. Distance Learning isn't working for anyone. Reporter Allison Keyes says Schools in San Francisco been remote on Lee since March than half the world's airline pilots are no longer flying in the pandemic. Summer taking jobs flying hot air balloons, instead got Apple mints, president and CEO of Rainbow Ryders in Phoenix, existing aviators. They understand the rules of the race that apply above the ground, he says. His business is up 30% compared to last year's people Search for outdoor diversions. Apple develops a workaround face idea in the pants. Make masks make biometric authentic authentication a challenge. IPhone users sometime have toe enter passcodes multiple times a day. Now the latest IOS update uses the apple Watch on your wrist. Unlock your iPhone. It's in beta testing The Wall Street general reports Apple may restore upgrade a form of touch I d in future iPhones. Nobody has produced time. 70565 minutes after seven. Scott's leaving Marcy, would you Judge Higginbotham?.
"scott left" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"Those weird that if I hated Michael Scott, but I loved the show. My favorite part of the show is Jim and Pam actually their love story so cheesy, but I love it. It's like so it's sweet and beautiful and birth. Season 3 they finally get together and then you no longer need to watch the show but my other favorite part of the show and what I thought was the funniest part of the office and it's I mean just go watch the gym pranks Jim versus Dwight Schrute amazing. I love that part of the office and I always love Jim versus white. I know people of Michael Scott. I didn't think it was funny. I hate art, but I was there for Jim Jim is my favorite character. I love him and I love Jim versus Dwight Angela Jim and Pam. So Jim Pam Dwight my three favorite characters in the entire show and they're the reason why I enjoyed and watched the office as long as I did. I did finish the show and I very quietly rejoiced when Michael Scott left. It was kind of sad. I hated what did it bring it? They will Smith or what's our what now Will Will Ferrell play something like Lawrence Vickers or something wasn't very good either. I I think my favorite once Michael Scott left the show was best later on down. Dwight Schrute became the the head of the office again though like Dwight Schrute being Michael Scott. That's perfect. That's funny. I like that cuz you still got Jim versed white and you got Jim and Pam, and that's great. I love all that. So guys, my name is Jean Mueller. Hope you have a great day. I appreciate you, but I'm bum bam we are done..
"scott left" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That's exactly what that is. You are back with Mark and Rob. Um You ever hear that song? Seasons of love from Rent? Who I should not have expected. You can believe you asked that question, But I feel like if you heard it, you would recognize it because it's that one where they're like 525,600 million. Oh, yeah. They saying that when Michael Scott left the office, Yeah. Remember that song? Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm okay. So it's very, very famous song from a very, very famous musical and the wonderful, fantastically talented people at song If I who are responsible For the great theme songs that you and I love, like, Buy a shotgun, Right? Um They have come out with a new one True story. I sang this song in seventh grade choir. It Browns were junior, right? You did? Oh, yes. And you didn't know that. That was the name of it. When I just said that you act like I paid attention at all in school. I was there to get out as fast as humanly possible and to meet girls. That's right. I was in it for the chicks. Well, anyway, the brilliant people that song if I took that leaked phone call between Trump and the Georgia secretary of state, Rumpelstiltskin on the lawyers, and they have said it to that tune in the most brilliant way. Listen The conference is not the message. Hello? Hello, way We could just go over some of the numbers. I think it's allowed here. All I wanna do is this I just wanna find, uh, 11,781 more than we weigh. 11,780 loves way 11,780 bucks. When the election now Helen E. Need $11,000 Give me a break. No, no phony ballots, Women and men screaming. Stay here. Wait. Did I can't retaliate. Nothing. Just tell me there's another greatest. Give me grace is nothing to be breaking down. Nothing's helping. You were saying, you freak out. Please, Fred, But white is right when you're done. Yeah. You make it down that rip? You.
"scott left" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It's appropriate to have Scott on right now, right after New Year's. Now that About 99% of the people on the planet Iran Diet. So let's see what he has in store for us. Good morning. Good morning. You know, I usually start out with a new year's something with black eyed peas or diet or whatever, but this time I went. I went duck hunting with Jake. We want with our friend Brett Butler of the district. 10 did really Well, Jake heads back up PICO and says, Dad, What am I gonna do with all these ducks and geese? So in spite of the fact that my son Jake, who's 23 now, and we announced his birth on the show 20 years ago. Accused your name naming him after a young turkey. Remember after a young turkey, right? So I sent him up Chico and talking through how to make a giant batch of Duck and goose stew. So I've got a spicy goose stew recipe that's on the sporting Chef website. But thing is here's There is one of the problems that he ran into. He brined it. And you and I have talked about Brian's forever. Never never You know the basic Brian a gallon of water cup each of kosher salt or any kind, of course salt and brown sugar. And so even though I told him make sure it's coarse salt, not table grind, Fine. Grind salt. What did he do? He used the fine grained salt. And so he said, Dad. My stew was really spice or was really salty, which help venture there's some people that have listened to the show that have had the same results because when you when you use a coarse salt right there bigger grain, so there's more air space in between the salt, so you're not getting as much salt in a cup. As opposed to the concentrated fine grind table salt, right, huh? I got you. So So when you do, bro, and you want to make sure that you cut back on the salt that you season it with, if you do happen to use Table salt by mistake. You've been still soak it in cold water and get some enough salt out. But anyway One of the great ways to use up a whole bunch of ducks and geese. If you're lucky enough to shoot him is to make a big pot of stew and you can freeze it and patches on what I do is I put it into a Ziploc bag. Freeze it and then vacuum seal it after it's been frozen. In that way, you don't worry about the juice coming out anyway. Back to this crew. So brown, Absolutely Brandon Upson, Dice bacon. You said bacon grease sooner have done the same thing with twinkly star. You want to get the grease in there? Takes and chunks of ducks, geese. Mixed bag doesn't matter Brown it really good throw in some chopped onion, celery, carrots. If you want it spicy. Put it a little jalapeno and some garlic and just get it until those onions are translucent. There was some beef broth or better yet, if you made some broth out of some duck and goose bodies a little worse, just served rosemary and a can of diced tomatoes or if you want it more tomato, two cans of right of diced tomatoes. Bring it to a boil. Put a lid on it and then lower the heat and just let it simmer because you got to go low and slow because we don't want medium rare in these things. We want him to be more tender follow for a lot of people like so it's gonna take a couple of hours and once it starts to get tender, I throw in some diced potatoes. Check for seasoning with salt and pepper. If you wanted, Ted, you want to pick it up. You could put a little tomato paste in there, but It's that simple. And for those people like I said they were fortunate enough to shoot a lot of Ducks and geese this year. It's a great way to use it up. Yeah, that's great. I love stew. And you know, just like chili, you know, you make venison RL chili, Uh and you freeze it and in the winner, that's the time. It's an easy meal anytime. You can take it up to your duck club. You can do whatever you want with it, but That's a great winner Recipe. I love it. It's good. I mean, this is this is too season. I don't usually have a big pot of stew in the middle of the summer. But right now good and by the way, sporting Chef is back on Sportsman Channel for a new season and dead meat is now on outdoor channel five times a week. So for people that haven't got that didn't get sportsman Channel that have outdoor They've got several seasons of dead meat up ahead for the high death. Sports Most general Oh, yeah, that's very all right. Does sports the gentle Thanks for reminding me what you watched on Comcast? It should automatically switch switch you over, so I don't look nearly as bad as I already am. Yeah. Thank you, Scott. Dr. Next week, Bye Bye. Scott Left of the website sporting chef dot com. Okay. Switching gears. Steelhead, The Trinity River Low Clear bunch of fish. Come in, You can pound on him. Then they get tough. We need rain. Guide to spend waiting for it is Matt Mitchell and I talked to Matt last night. Matt, you're kind of in Between times. It's the kind time a year where you need whether to get the fish moving, and especially to get new fish coming in. Tell me what's going on in Trinity right now. Well, there's a pretty decent little slug of Fish and hit the Junction City area. Really last week, um, did pretty well for a few days there. We need some more water. Torto bring some or in and the clam it and they'll shoot up and come into the Trinity. This Willow Creek last week and we hooked a couple adults and had a ton of half pounders. But we definitely need some rain to bring some fresh fish. So what happens to the slug of fish that moved into the Junction City? Do they just get beat on and kind of hunkered down or do they move up? Do you think I think some of them hunker down because they're waiting for Canyon Creek to get enough water to go up and the North Fork to get enough water to go up and Browns Creek and all these different feeder streams. But ah lot of them shoot up towards the hatchery because they're you know, just depends on what What creek they're going up to spawn this time, years, Mostly wild fish coming in sure. That's good news. That's good news. So the not know when you were catching him at Junction City. What technique where you're using. Limps under an indicator actually, eight patterns mostly Okay, so the egg patterns were still working out fishing the rubber legs. Well, we got a few on rubber legs but down there they especially the South Forks, bringing in some color right now, so They speak color the et eggs when there's color in the water, and then those fresher fish. They slash out of the those eggs, too. They they're programmed to eat a steelhead are until they get beat up on by him for a little while. They still eat him. Well, you you covered because you were done by Willow Creek, which is course below the south right below the Southwark. Then you were a dull oma and then a junction City. Did you catch fish? All three places. Did? Yes, sir. Yes, sir. At some pretty decent days. I mean, we had to really work for those those adults, but They were there, and we did get a few every day. So OK s O. So what we're reading. You're supposed to be a real good storm move in Monday. I know it's supposed to blow out the smith the eel on the coast and that should be just what the doctor ordered in land, Haman. Yeah, I was over on the Smith River. Ah, for 45. Days ago, I took my wife and kids for a float over there just to go Show it to my wife. She never been on it and it was low and clear. It could definitely Blowout. Bring some fishing and I think this is gonna be the real start of steelhead season on the coast. For sure this storm is gonna bring them all in That's that's mad Mitchell, Matt Mitchell's guys..