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"spackman" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"spackman" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"Fucking simple jack over here. how life. he's you're gonna hate me. Damn you start saying. I'll be your daddy and we all right. We're in bitch immediately regretted that way with me. i'll go wasted all that russia's moisture wonder if the theme associates have like an extra catch down there. I don't like super turned on that. I've experienced in the summer heat. I think there's just a just it's just it's just a it's just a little little little cattle down there. All the fair enough lady. And she w whole night's episode right there sitting into this fucking chaotic episode dune part one from twenty one and our conversations about the the other adaptations and their relations to the book. And tell you the panel so much for joining me on this journey. Desert uh lady. Parts are bad. Puns and jokes and lady parts very moist lady parts and daddy's and the future of house treaties. There's that to look for for. I look for clutches spice rocker to drop. He wasn't visible biscuits. Couldn't get that in cluj. Show the club show. We had to link it back to is literally called the clutch joke like the clutch. Fuck i'm gonna fuck off the air. Thank you so much for listening. Make sure to rave reviews the tribe. And where you get your podcast. Make sure to subscribe check out the other shows on the network From the mouse man this low down as up spackman pitch up with me and also deeply upsetting with me and amy bogarde. fu hunters also with me. Yeah fuck man. That's also on beautiful faster. So yes it's a network that we share stuff moving on moisture.

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"spackman" Discussed on The Garden Question

The Garden Question

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"spackman" Discussed on The Garden Question

"Boy and girl the fantasy lights most time using creeping fig or english ivy would plant them in the greenhouse then put him out on display and you just got to keep them alive thing about a topa areas. They're dry out so fast is crazy fast. You have to keep those moist but not so more set you start having fungal diseases and stuff. These temporary are they might a greenhouse and gone out there and then you lift them up and moving correct. Most of them were fitted together popcorn branch. Would you have to start those those restarted. Three or four months in advance we started greenhouses. Get them full lot of them. You can really plan them instantly. I us gingerbread or other things. If you've got a four inch pot that has long enough runners say english. Avi you can easily planet overnight if you get enough plant material and have long enough runners us pins. You can pin it down instantly. Philip and i had some topers made for client. Geese frames the lady i hired. Did she probably did it in a week and they were just frank start. Take the mass of the body the guts of it with styrofoam in a bag and then use unmilled spag moss. That's been soaking for day. Two and then you put that in and then you use the plant material root system planet all at the same time in as you fill in it in you fill in the gap the runners of the plant. You've got enough plants runners. You can do the topiary basically overnight. It just looks like it's filthy. No spag them on back spackman moss yet and which is hard to find had some potting soil mixed in with once field though. Your job is to keep it alive third display. What's your process. Putting together a container. I say that miss adam calls me about put containers together. I go see her. And i said well what containers you got to. Show me what she's gotten now say. What do you all want some color outside. What what's your coast scheme. And she may say why paying stuff like that or soft covers k. Is there anything you don't like well. Don't bring any orange on our property type that information that she's giving me and i'll go plant shopping. I the pots light enough. I'll take the pot with me. Most of the time i don't but i'll do is i'll go and find a thriller. A filler. spillers plan thriller would be that wild plant. Tall plant was set. Hey look at me. Plant and then a failure would be something like a granary or something that compliments it but kind of feels the pot a little bit may not have a ton of flowers on it but has a nice texture to it to spill. It would be something. It's coming off the edge. The soften the container. The pot i can go into a nursery and what i would do is upset while fam- wild plant. Hey this is pretty cool plant. This is what i'm focused on..

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"spackman" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Here we the delta variant and of course we make talk a bit about inflation and how with with the s&p doubled since then but and not to say that it. Didn't you know buying that day. I guess he's a genius. And i didn't say evil genius but he is a genius and he does he does bend. He bends things. You may not break them but he bends them. I mean the classic who would think you could amass a fortune of companies shares. And then go with another company and say you know what we're going to buy you. We're going to execute a merger agreement after you've already built your you remember that and it wasn't illegal remember andrew. What yes now. I know what you're i mean. That's like bending things we're gonna gold joe law that long time ago. Why no but who thinks things like that. Who can think of things like that. And i think i can get away with that by a lot of the build. A huge stake and then go to the other company's to buy by a clever guy. Clever but we will talk to him about that. Opec and its allies agreed to phase out. Production cuts brian. Sullivan joins us now. With this developing story. This is probably a lot less complicated than that. Ackman spackman thing that you just talked about. This is a straight up deal from opec. They kind of called the surprise sunday meeting sunday morning by the way seven. Am everybody out there. In the world of oil is on this webex or zuma whatever it was talking about this deal and they have a deal and the deal for the oil markets is to add four hundred thousand barrels per day from opec and opec plus nations each. Take a share of that game Starting next month this guy's all as they begin to get back to in some point in the end of next year's goal but that's a movable target could be adding nearly five point eight million a day back to the markets because that's what they took off at the height of the cove lockdowns and pandemic scare last year. So all of this and all these now monthly meetings joe have been this effort to kind of just slowly nudge. More oil on the market. That delicate dance where you're able to please the opec at opec plus nations that would like to take advantage of higher prices bring in more revenues but not scare or crash the market. So they have that deal part of that big sticking point. The meeting by by the way began on july first july nineteenth was to allow the united arab emirates to raise their baseline production number. That was a big sticking point. Guys that was sort of the big fight and they agreed to it and they agreed. Okay we're gonna add barrels. Were also going to let the way and four other countries by the way add to their baseline numbers and yesterday on the call. Joe is certainly kind of a love fest you know. These calls are run by dul. Aziz bin salman his role highness of saudi arabia but they also have the representative on the call as well. There was a lot of work committed to opec. we're together. We are strong. So joe..

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"spackman" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Two to compare it to your normal. But i think it's been a couple of things. There have been lots of rumors about who they're buying. You know there was reporting that they made an offer for airbnb. There was a reporting that they made an offer for bloomberg. You can go on. There's a daily read it. Pershing square taunting discussion board where they speculate on all sorts of targets. Lots of people think they're gonna buy strike or really buzzy financial unicorn so some of it has to do with the buzz of accidents back. The other piece of it has to do with you know back. In february every stock was trading at a huge premium to trust and again pershing square is kind of a unicorn spat so it kinda rose with the market today at twenty five. You know. it's got twenty dollars per share in trust. There are warrants attached to it which aren't attached to most other normal spac stocks. So i think it's probably training for about fifteen percent imply premium to trust which is big in today's market. But again i kind of think. It's a unicorn spat so if there was once back that i thought deserved a premium. It would be pershing sports on so you alluded to a little earlier. A lot of back deals going bad. What happens exactly when spec deal start falling apart. There are about five hundred. Stacks looking for deals right now and again. There aren't five hundred public ready companies. So i think what we're going to start seeing is a couple of things you're going to see spags coming with more. And more ludicrous deals. You can even see this at the height of spackman. A you know. All these deals valuing the twelfth largest electric vehicle company that had never produced anything that thought they could get a car on market in five years coming with a multi-billion dollar valuation. You'll probably see a lot of those but what's going to happen is this fax are gonna come with crazy. Deals and investors are going to start voting a lot of these deals down left and right and dispatch will redeem. The investors will get their money back but the founders will lose their sponsor promote and some of the facts that go through all turn out that they didn't do a lot of due diligence the deals they do what would you awful and dispatch you know after they report a quarter or two. They'll be dispatched but the stocks will probably go down so in your vetting specs for your own portfolio. It's mainly i mean the key metric here is the sponsor right like you're relying on their due diligence and their expertise to create the advantage of why someone would go with us back over another. How do you go about digging on those management teams the great thing about five hundred sfax. There's five hundred sponsors and you can bet on the sponsors that you really like and that you think will clever a good deal so the things i personally to look for is i want spats with proprietary deal flow right so if you and i raise this back bankers would come to us left and right and say hey. This company is going through an auction. Do you want to come in. And we put in a high bid for one and we get a deal done. And that's how you get the winners cursed. I talked about earlier where you pay too much for a company you technically but you pay too much and it destroys value what i want. Is someone like liberty media. Which is run by john. Malone and greg maffei absolute legends and the cable in media space they have proprietary deal flow and a history of creating value right so one of the best. Investments of all time was bailed out sirius. Xm at the bottom in two thousand in two thousand nine in the financial crisis or more recently. This was a smaller deal. But because they've got relationships across the media space. They injected a hundred million dollars at really preferential terms into com- score which is kind of a nielsen competitor but they injected in it and they got access that deal because the relationships up and down the media space and when they put money in they weren't just offering money they were also offering relationships and the extended com scores deal with charter so that they were offering more than just money. And i liked that in a spec sponsor if you merged with liberty media they could say hey you want to do something on the sports side. We own formula one we own the atlanta braves. We own charter. we can get you distribution. We can get you relationships. You can get you all that. So i want that type of proprietary deal flow when i'm looking for another one. Softbank softbank actually has three specs outstanding. One of them the largest one it was like five hundred twenty five million spat the ticker is s. f. V that one trades a little below. Trust right now trades for about nine dollars and ninety two cents. And i love that because i buy it right now within the next year. They'll announce a deal. Probably be with a unicorn company. That's in softbank's vision fund if the market loves it great stock could go forty fifty percent or something and you'll have big profit if the market hates it and doesn't treat above trust you just redeem so it's a heads you could a lot entails. You make a little money situation. So i love those secretaries where you're buying people with proprietary deals and history of value creation and. You're buying them at or around trust. Let's shift gears a little bit and kind of move into this discussion around the discovery warner merger. Walk us through the recent activity around discovery. Especially around the timeline of this merger announcement then with the activity with archaic arch. Agos our reset and walk us through. How the price of retail investor pulls of this chart. It looks like mount everest and the comes right back down so walk us through a little about the stock where it is today especially as it relates to the merger. It's really interesting. It's been a crazy year for discovery. So i guess we'll back up a little bit in early december. They launched discovery plus which is there. It's their discovery. Direct consumer product that they launched the stock was around twenty five or thirty launch. It got good reviews. I think people really liked the vision. The price point economics they laid out and everything right and then earlier. This year the stock started taking off. It went from thirty to thirty five to forty to forty five. And i think a lot of people looked at it and said oh the market must be really giving them a lot of credit for discovery plus and the early reviews were good. They got really good. Sign up numbers in q. Four call came out and they gave great numbers. They sounded great about discovery. Plus and the stock just kept going up and up and up and every legacy media person was looking at each other and saying what is the market. Seen here like yeah. It seems like it's doing good but the stock is dishonest. A squeeze and this was a month after a game stop in. Amc ran for the first time so a lot of people said. Is this a short squeeze. I don't think so. The short interest in this isn't crazy and viacom another big legacy media. Stock was squeezed at the same time. So you can go back and read the transcripts. The management teams at discovery and viacom. They thought the market was giving them a netflix multiple. You know they thought the market was finally seeing the vision that they had been laying out for years. Well it turns out arch agos which is a was a family office but it turns out what had happened was they. Were buying up ten to fifteen percent of discovery by calm and a couple of other companies and they were doing it with a lot of leverage so they were just buying buying buying buying and they were dragging the stock price up in late march buy com did a secondary offering because their stock was really high. They said we'll raise money. That blew up arch goes and goes was forced to sell everything discovery and buy com drop. Laura leverage were they on that upswing yes so they said it delivered was about five to one so for every one dollars equity. They're putting about five dollars of debt and a lot of us looked at this and we're we do wonder like what were these guys doing. Discovery stock went from thirty to ninety in the course of three months. Like how were they not trimming it. How did they stay. This leverage how how could you be. Invested in a company like that on leverage and manage to lose money when the stock triples. But that's what's happening with the stock price along the same times that this discovery stock crisis racing discovery reaches out to time. Warner's the at and t. And hey you've got time warner time warner owns. Hbo owns tbs. Tnt warner brothers. A couple of other assets. Why don't we merge time warner with discovery and create a media giant and eighteen ultimately agreed to do this and i think it's going to be a really interesting deal right now in media there's to truly global scale players there's net flicks and there's disney time warner's too small by calms small. Nbc's small when warner merges with discovery they will be a truly scaled third global player. And you will have because discoveries kind of the last viable piece on the board those three will kind of lock in a dominant scale presence and everyone else will be scrambling to figure out what to do this deal. Content is a game of global scale right if you have one hundred million subscribers and you pay a hundred million dollars for a movie. The movie cost you a dollar per subscriber if you have twenty five million dollars. It costs four dollars per subscriber. So.

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"spackman" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Now that you you bring up something that i think's dirty little secret of our of our business and i purposely never am i time mccain went back and calculated it but it was always someone posed the question at one point. What if we had to sell to the second place better on all these transactions. We did the track record. Look like on that. And we. I mean we had some stunning times. Where literally the the number one bidder was three and four times number two. So yeah it's it's to your to your point. The selection bias on this one asset buyer situation and all that plays a big role and ultimately. What's get what gets paid. What's happening announce back land. Seemed like they were on fire. And now it slow. It's slowed up in when i spackman. It's one getting them done and then to backing them yeah I don't spend ton of time on our efforts but but You know we've been involved. We sold a couple of upstream companies over the past decade. Resolute in centennial suspects More involved in that more recently raising specs raised one upstream in seventeen. And then you had to deal with the qa payback and stuff in late. Eighteen in the market fell apart in. We let that deal fell apart. Escape the money back which might might be the best performing upstream back over that time. But it's the responsible thing to do rather do no deal than than a bad deal and then we we pivoted. We raise raised one in nineteen to really go after minerals when when the whole narrative around match shifted and in early twenty it was that they were out. There was a three hundred plus dollars back and available in in to back other businesses. And you know we were. We were credible sponsor in energy. Broadly on the stars aligned in the deal with chargepoint came along and And so that's you know that went down when public fear this back in has is traded up into the forties back down with sentiment. Now sort of performing ed's back in the in the mid mid thirties Yesterday so you sent me a picture of yourself. The other day and i noticed you were ball and had a striking resemblance to pit bull. That was a that was a picture. My wife and kids. And i did a a murder mystery at home and and we dressed up so i put on tuxedo but the lack of hair is a result of chemotherapy. As it as my my raspy voice I thought you were just happy to see me. But okay and started smoking during covid i. I finished basically two months of chemotherapy on on june eleventh discovered. cancer at the march and started chemo. on on april sixteenth. Did twenty one treatments over two months and got poked with Lot of needles. That as of right now. I'm i'm very pleased with with my status. Haven't been cleared. But if at least reestablish that what's detectable.

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"spackman" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Its yes was more along the lines of. If you're gonna play toronto there's a almost like an echelon of a venues right in in may be combined was part of that so you had to pay your dues at maybe places like the cabana fair enough to say. Yeah you could certainly get. You can certainly get a a night headlining night at the cabana room. Before you're going to get one at the horseshoe release palace yet. I sort of move up to those places. Yeah but but again. I think it's you know it's also a fun place to go and you know catcher teeth and practice your chops and yes like like you know we were. We were talking about a one point. You know going under an alter ego band name okay. No we played palace once a month on a saturday as a headline friday or saturday is a headline which ban within the life life. You know although commander in would have been running around back then or that. That point but Early very early. I think But yeah i would be the kind of place where we had talked about doing an alter ego band just just and not caring whether you're headlining her second. They're open more just around practicing the songs playing the songs cut you. Get your chops down. Kind of right. You know taking new songs going out and playing them. Yeah but i will say you know again much like. The hotel has a ballot. I coming out like first starting out as international boundaries knocking on their door asking if we could play against at their venue. I know we're going to kenny. Spackman onto talk same. Sort of thing. We you know knocking brackman's door saying culinary playing like i'll give you a chance here at an opening spot at the riv- kind of thing. Whatever you're not gonna play the horseshoe right now completely Whether other rooms in the hotel it was a rape downstairs there was a main like main room. I don't know.

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"spackman" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on Occupied

"Know I'm sort of running willard spackman through my mind where in the revision phase for the next edition. You know what's what's the language arouse some of these models. Ipo gop boho and all of these things you know At unc we talk about the transactional perspective on occupation. You know that was was birthed. From virginia dickey ruth humphrey and Malcolm cushion A we take sort of these more abstract sorts of things right like everything transact transact with herb the environment and people's transact is Poke constructing ways and you know act on you know each other. It comes back on us all these things right but the you of course we always get the question world but what how. How do we bottle that in practice. You know and people wanted package nice in neatly. It's like our lives are lost and they are complicated and complex and we can't always package things you know in this neat little box to present it to students. We talked about it in very real ways. You know that it's messy and we have all of these considerations and always emerged better fest in practice in ways that are going to be neat but these are still considerations and bury reported critical considerations We have to give in our work. And i know we're talking about it in relation to practice a lot but it's the same. It's the same with research with research is well you know having these very limited Interpretations of data you know and you layer by race ethnicity and how those things are discussed in data. Just just proliferates all the issues that we learned to admire and make instagram posts about sark does. And that's because the other thing that i wanted to say before was around like you did. It sounds very much like you know shitting on every on instagram. And that wasn't sort of the may name it's a it's a minority but it's probably quite a few but it's more of a cultural on instagram. Which made me think that. There's a lot of especially i think young therapists coming through new graduates. Even students that you know probably are falling into a few of the traps that we've discussed. But i wonder whether it's for them anyway. It's more just all this is what everyone's doing. It's more just the an inculturation of them into that so the instagram thing rather than them specifically going hunting for likes and comments and that kind of thing not saying that. That makes it brighter anything. But i'm wondering whether to me the fact that people are being influenced by that sort of ankle it. An instagram culture means that we can change it. The fact that happens that way means that we can make it happen a different way out of the answers for that how we can do that. Or whether whether we can on that particular platform or not. But i do think it sort of ties. Something said multiple times on this podcast therapist. Dr currently have enough critical thinking skills. Because i don or if they do we very rarely. I'm the at cells. We're very hesitant to reflect on how i've been operating. How y why did i make this decision. Or why am i doing. Why am i posting this this thing. Why am i. Why do i feel this need. And if it really is something that i am passionate about what else am i going to do about it. And i think that that lack of reflection in critical critical reflections specifically is a big proponent of why that culture's come about in the first place because it's people just post that all of that gave me a big dopamine hit. We'll do it again next time. Something comes up as opposed to via awesome. Why why specifically that. Why did you choose those words. Because i'm big on semantics. Why did you choose to say it like that. Or why did you frame it like that or whatever. I would almost guarantee the majority of the people wouldn't be like on just to set it all saw somebody else posted a lot. It's just kind of mob mentality. Salsas gone with red kind of thing but it does mean that if you are conscious of it like we we would know quite a few people that are conscious of that kind of thing. I want encourage people to think about why. They're posting things how they're posting. It'll what else if something genuinely passionate about. And what else you do about it. But also if you're conscious about it don i see a lot of people who are conscious don post when those kinds of things out because they're like everyone else just posting shit but that's to me that's it's of like the whole on. Nobody knows what do because we talk about it. And we don't explain it in ways that they can understand a society with this anyway like if you conscious like this is your opportunity to show other people have influence on other people the right way all like. Show them what you're doing or how they can actually get involved in help. As opposed to just you know posting a hashtag or colored square or some other whatever. The kohl's is that the posting about like the posting opportunities of how people looking involve Right i've seen have seen some really good price about like. If you care about this you can write his address. You can write to this person. Here's a template that you can use to start with and then at journal spiel under like some of those things you do need to make them sort of path of least resistance for some people but at least some direction of actually action as opposed to just awareness. I think that's gonna be one of my big reflective points with a lot of those things like he's this action or is this just awareness because there's very few things in the world nowadays that people aren't aware of and and if they are especially something like say racism if you're not aware that it's there then there's a good chance you'll part of the problem but anyway that's yeah as far as changing the culture on instagram specifically. You know. i'm not sure what we can do either. You know i personally try to go back and forth with it right like i felt like i'm like i'm not i'm not controversial by. I am fairly provocative in the way that i talk about savings and that's not on purpose. That's just throw. I am i. Yeah and i believe in in naming it seems what they are not going to beat around. The bush.

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"spackman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"We covered Tesler being at 300 times earnings if you give him a generous increase in earnings next year. Right. So on day, everybody, everybody going wild. Um, it will be, but we've seen it before. But what were the insights that you took away from Jeremy Grantham, and then we'll do a little bit coin with that Bill Miller and then, Jer, I wanna get to Bob Dole's predictions. Okay. All right, so His takeaway it he's a billionaire money manager. But, he says today the PE ratio, the market is in the top few percent of the historical range. Ever. Ever right. So that's Everett's really high and this leads to you know the backdrop and I said it's early in the show the backdrop right now is pretty good for stocks in general. We have accelerated growth compared to 2020, obviously, um with some inflation, but that leads to you know if we if the environment changes and you get in more of a stagflation, everybody where you have inflation, but no growth. Yep. What is that look like in the late seventies, the average PE in the in the industrial Index was eight. Wow, which is half price. Actually more than half price of where they are today. That's amazing. Okay, um well, and I would say it's 25 times earnings for the S and P 4% forward, right if you give him a generous fourth quarter now, next week, we're gonna cover the initial reports that come out for 12 31 earnings right? Those reports, usually they they trickle in later because your year end you gotta audit and reconcile. Make sure it's correct. But that's those reports will give us an idea. How close is the S and P to that $40 Mark right now, Um, he cites the South Sea bubble, right? That was when they were selling shares of stuff. In the in the new world, right? And people were so desperate to buy stock just couldn't get enough of it. You could Some Phantom Phantom stock You go or stock to be announced? Yeah. Oh, what is that? That's a SPAC. Right. Jackman did this back. It's a Spackman that this bagman a lot of backs out there. But, you know, he also cites Nikola. Now we we actually covered Nikola. And they would that they had made a truck right? Because I got called on the carpet client calls says, Hey, what about Nikolai was like Looks like a great truck. Let me do a little digging. Oh, they haven't made a truck yet. They they didn't do. They didn't do anything that's still that's still true. They haven't made a truck right there and You know, I was there we go. They had made a truck so they went up to 90 bucks. Now they're back to 18 that when his low is like 13, But they said they're gonna lose a dollar this year. No trucks and no revenue yet no deal. Well, I think they're deal. GM has been significantly. Oh, yeah, that's been that's been covered. All right, so Bitcoin you, you know. Bitcoin was 3600 and march. Okay after hitting 20,000. And what did we say to not to okay? However, now that they're reaching their cap Bill Miller weighed in, and Bill Miller said. Banks and energy are the favorite category for this year, right? I like private banks that are outside the purview of Congress, because Congress gonna be really mean to banks this year. On D So will the Ah Do you make him? Don't you make any money now? The real estate downsizing Comerica, Just a shout out Dallas Basic America 10% up this week. Texas Capitol Bank up 8.5% that that was right in line with what he said Frost Bank up 8%. So Texas banks had a great week. Bitcoin, by contrast, was up nearly 50% 50% in one week that Wow Okay. They They're gaining traction and payments. Okay, Here's what Bill Miller said. Square and pay, pal. Are buying on behalf of their customers. 900 New Bitcoins mind Each day It's one reason square rallied so much that you know one of the growth one of the growth companies. We had to trim because of the multiple What he's saying is that there's 900 mine today Square and pay power taking that that volume of that means there's excess demand limited supply. And again what I missed on it was the cap. The dick can only be 21 million and they're approaching 19 minutes like the quickening. Okay, There can only be 21. The Fed wants 3% inflation. I kind of missed this when in the headline round up, but they're gonna let inflation run. They're gonna let inflation run. They said so OK, As what the Fed said they're gonna They're gonna keep rates at zero short because they dictate those. Then they let inflation run. And the commodity indexes forecasting inflation. Now what is Bob Dole say, Robert Doll? He is chief equity strategist at Nuveen. Um, that's that's a money manager that you know, we made a lot of money and their immunity funds. Remember the rates Spike 2013 when quantitative easing ends? I remember that make it another shot at that, Uh, you know, be good to get 6.5% tax free again at a discount. I don't have it today would be great. I have 20130.65% or something. They're close. All right, Walker. Through the high points for Bob Dog because he does 10 predictions every year Now, this was his scorecard for 2020, and then he has his. And so he was correct and even gives himself a half correct and incorrect. You know, which is like a Sir John Award or a bozo a word, But now he has 10 predictions for 2021. All right. Okay, we's doing. We're gonna run out of time, right? US. Real GDP increases at fastest pace in 20 years. This is a slam dunk. The quarter over quarter comparisons have to be the fastest in 20 years. Okay, he said. GDP growth for the years 3.8%. Okay now would you say about inflation? Inflation approaches 2% as a 10 year. Treasury Yield reaches 1.5 10 Year Treasury yields already 1.1 No, we're pretty close. I mean, it's up. It's up this week. Um, but that point to it could go toe to Could go to two. Yeah, we were the first ones with Scott mentored that uncovered, research said it could go below to everybody said Well, 10 year Treasury below to wow. US dollars sinks to a five year low. Yeah, that puts on par with the lows. The 2014. Number four stocks reaching new high for 12 consecutive year but failed to keep pace with strong earnings growth growth has to be strong because you've already got 31,000 on the Dow. Yeah, so I would predict that the equity markets could be negative..

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"spackman" Discussed on Penny Radio

Penny Radio

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on Penny Radio

"That didn't qualify that you can stay by odious as it were that works out to about seven hundred ninety five pounds to buy a yeeha of your state pension. One year. Stipends you about two hundred sixty pounds a year for the rest of your life. So that means if he by a year you have to live for around three years. We're talking before major buddy backs. It's actually a very very good investment. I guess would it'd be better off in a statement during a private pension is not when it depends. I mean if you think the you'll get two hundred and sixty pounds guaranteed for the rest of your life yet. You buy so. He spent seven hundred fifty crates of by. You get two hundred and sixty pound back that we just yet so if you spend seven hundred ninety five pounds to buy one year. That's one of call. Then you get two hundred sixty pounds a year to the rest of your life when you take your state pension down on the do i need the fascia but then the next year us another two hundred sixty pounds in the next year Sixty pounds so after three years. You've already made your money back Every year you live retirement after that is just profit outfit. Yeah okay that makes sense to get a die the fest three years that nice. Note the best deal if you probably living longer than sixty nine or whatever it will be that is pretty decent investment because he's guaranteed for life and it will increase inflation whereas if you put it into private pension funds out runs out and is not inflation gig renting out say so is there a is there an upper limit on qualifying years. How many was the maximum. You can out us. It will be You can't build up anymore. He is not the reality. Is that you start building out. The is from the point. You start working so you can sell them up from the age of sixty and then you you call up anymore off. The hits they mentioned age said the moment that's between sixty and sixty six secretary fifty years to build up thirty five years worth of credits unless you're getting close to retirement and you've got gap senior records is probably not worth buying now if you've got a few years it you've missed out on because the All that you build up enough years. Just jimmy working until state pension each working full-time i as i worked about. Twenty hours a week for homebase. When i was six statements that count that would qualify for state pension based the rule spackman. I imagine safe. Because did something similar when i was six between six nights She qualified visa state pension years as well however they have changed. The rule set means initiating ever said about these days. You've probably to confined yet so for you. Nine craig No i did you probably have a swell up for paypal a sixteen now. I think after that six thousand two hundred forty pounds year before they build up. You all can build up more state pension effectively than say five years the But we can do you when you get to your state pension age. You can't action. Delay the fed taking it to reward you because it is a reward because it means the governments know having pay fee for year right. It will pay you an extra five a percent every year for the rest of your life. If you delayed by one year it sounds like quite you get extra for eight to sixty seven fair enough To stay right if you can next year as the ferret increase it by five point eight percent however for think about it the amount of years you have to live before you the money back that you've given up by not taking it at sixty six to seventy seventeen years in retirement that money back so unless you really dug the body or it affect Tax she pay usually west deferring the state pension. Upheaval is usually just taking a pension age. That that's a bit modise out organised record worry about for the foreseeable future anyway. None other question that people ask about the state pension. I think you you actually mentioned in the beginning you said. Some people don't qualify for it if they under certain about About money that's a means tested benefit not government will look at you at about money you go and say actually go enough money that needed state pension. Now that's true for most state benefits by snow. Truth is state pension. Anyone in everyone is up enough qualified. Years we'll get If they live into their state pension age that much engine future Might become means tested but for the moment is not said. It does seem a bit strangely if you like millions of pounds in banking. You don't need a state pension you can still get it as some people who have been found banks to take that state pension not. I think it's probably because i think i'll eight towards it so i have to take it and they aren't understand that keeping baugh suicide of benefits salad just because you pay your taxes that have been. You should get the site benefit soup that need. I think funny enough of those people that do think that type state pension probably the same people who say think the the people the calling for to live without state benefits such as job seekers they probably think that scroungers Those people out on would you reckon which will feel that if because if you will trying to look for what on successful for whatever reason than when you get to a certain age you need some way of supporting us. Oh so it makes sense. State would provide for those people who millions and millions. And i say some pointless so that for them to withdraw from the by imagine those people mobile numbers so the overall impact is probably pretty limited is not going to be so much of a thing when we get to up pension age because by that point most fun who salary schemes who had been existence but for the people that are funding salary scheme. Joel coming up. They will get funding salary schemes. In the next few years some of these schemes payout twins. He felt he grabbed the year for life right. And you think well deserves. People really need to state pension for the Considering speak funding gap in the government Means that gap year in year out you think may be should be means tested oversight about sorry say what the number is but save you guaranteed to have more exciting thousand pounds income a year or your acids are set amount been Mention so you should really get it. I mean if you think about uh we pay taxes. Cover things like jobseeker's allowance. We don't need jokes because we we don't have a claim and be able to get it if we didn't have a job just because we pay taxes zones doesn't mean that we should walks. We've got joe i jokes. He is islands paying georgia. So i should get. It should is already deaf people who need it i. They entered any be that they needed to grow. But setting that figure on how much you have these quite difficult especially when we get woods pension age we have a guaranteed Appalled we've built up and hopefully it will cost us the rest of our lives where we denote Judge shot.

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"spackman" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"spackman" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"New level amend adding a lot of amenities said really were lacking a needed Right in the twenty first century. Yeah davis we've got about ten minutes with you. I'm interested in this unwanted. I actually before. I get to that i in your book. You talked about the horseshoe. Had there was appointed. Time was the seventies. Did they change their name at one. Point in time to stagger lee's today misery that no that that happened that was the early eighties early and was a really rough time for the horseshoe and dan. Yeah they basically went bankrupt and that was one of those sad times. Were unfortunately a lot of the old early memorabilia for country days right. Apparently there used to be photos on the wall. Right you go into some of these venues and places with all the artists and as you know at massey hall example right down the centuries bar You know with pictures of the artists signed thanks massey. Whatever i mean. I think there is a lot of that stuff that you know. It all went off at an auction and No one ever found out it will wear this stuff went But the important thing or the great news is that it was really short. Lived the that's when you know. The original owner. Jack stark came back and as i mentioned earlier. Recruited kenny spackman who he knew You know had a good business. Accu mandate had run other clubs Like the hotel isabella and he brought an x ray. And you know they ever since then You know that. Little blip Is what it is so just a little glamour. Shouldn't a history and a lot of people like to just forget about it but It was it was part of the history That's an example that you know if it had got another way i mean you know the horseshoe we know it and i think all of us talking here tonight. We never would. Have you ever gone and seen a show there so that would would've been Tragic for sure. Let's go around the table. I want to get your your favorite concert at both the horseshoe and massey hall. So let's start with greg my favorite concert probably massey holidays than my first time there and i don't go to concerts by myself would have been probably eighty two. Maybe it was to see depeche mode. And that was a keyboardist. You gotta give me that favourite show at the shoe. Wow.

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"spackman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"spackman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And the president owns that failure. He wants to talk about. On. This is your questions. I don't think you want to talk about the the the the chaos that's happening in Democratic cities with what's happening on his watch Trump's responsibilities right now. And in my opinion, Joe Biden will be returned to a kinder, more peaceful United States of America where we listen to each other. Way kind of knew who trump Wass. At least the Hispanics New. In my opinion, if I could speak for, you know, some of us When you came down an escalator, and he gave us his his his opening statement, and we're like, Okay, we got it. It's going to be a rough couple of years. Why is he almost hit 40%, according to recent Holing of Hispanic community around the country, including, obviously I know you're going to talk about Cubans in Florida, but elsewhere as well. He's running extremely well. The big story on all the Sunday shows today. Was his Someone say remarkable support within the Latino community. Yeah, I think you're talking about the Marist poll. I'm just talking about what? You're talking to a different Hispanics. There's a bunch of Yeah, there. You're not the only one and they don't all live in Pilsen. So right, right, saying to broaden your base, but I don't think you could make that. Sure, sure. Tagore. You said that the Lotina's They're definitely not invoking the trump camp. I Hispanic men have started to explore that opportunity. Well, mostly because of economics. Very frustrated. They can't work. They can't find opportunities where Hispanic men were working heavily heavily was construction hospitality. Agriculture. Agriculture is still going on. But construction shut down significantly, Um, housing, where was construction shut down significantly. Well, not not in new construction of construction of homes is on the rise now. But the reason why he might be popular with some Hispanic men is not because he's provided jobs for them. It's because he hasn't provided jobs for them. I'm confused because they're frustrated and they're looking there. Why are they frustrated because of lack of economic opportunities? If they have jobs in this business, there's a lack of economic opportunity here. Well, well, look at the hospitality industry. That's basically okay. Well, that's restaurants as well. Right. Tourism is over where there is good, good opportunity right now is in trucking. Ah, a lot of Spackman to doing that. But that Maris poll if I may was 138 folks that got cold Esso. I would say it's a small sample size and I say that After that poll numbers have come back. Ah, he is doing Okay with Hispanics, but he's still lagging significantly behind Bush. And he's not anywhere near was Joe Biden not doing better. Um You will, I think? No, I'm serious injury so well, I know your democratic everything is going to be better for Joe Biden. But I'm I'm asking reality. I mean, what's What's the problem? Why is he not? Why is he not just held in this great dicks? You know, esteem by the Hispanic community thus far in this campaign. Well, I would say two things first. I think that Hispanics are harder to pull off. Some of us still have landlines. Ah ah, lot of us are a little nervous about talking to strangers on the phone. Number one so the polling might be a little bit off Number two. I think that the Biden campaign has chosen to focus on other areas they're choosing to reach out to the White collar, noncollege educated voter because those are the swing state folks trying to make inroads in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Although I will say that Biden's going to Miami next week. Harris was there this week. And you know it was the basic retail stuff that you do. You have. And that EPA on the streets just AH, tackle. It's Ah, It's a cornmeal thing. So I think you're going to see Is that part of the Andre just to have a taco with a Hispanic? You know what? Having tacos is important to us. I don't I don't think I don't think I would. I wouldn't minimize that You're going to church is important to us. Binds a Catholic. A lot of us were Catholics on DH. Those cultural things were important. So I love tacos are Hispanics more or less pro life or pro choice? For the most part, we're pro life by pro life. You mean supporting abortion, then that's a different question for me, right? Because pro life If you're just about abortion, it's something that I would say that I personally I am pro life. But that doesn't mean I would vote that way. Rent. I'm taking your time. Now that's that's that's okay. You run the place you you paid for this microphone here. That's right. Bruce Bruce is channeling his inner Ronald Reagan. I'm I'm I'm curious about the economic issue. You raised a moment ago. You said that the Obama administration had started everything going in a great direction and then and then the president dropped the ball. I'm trying to figure out exactly how he dropped the ball. So I lied and people died. And now there's nobody where he so he dropped the ball on the flu. You're not so before that, Are you suggesting the policies were wrong? Prior to the flu. I just wantto yes, I'm also suggesting that policies were wrong Lower, which ones would with tax cuts have been wrong with the rollbacks and regulation have been wrong. Would the expanded energy development have been wrong? Gentlemen, we are out of time. We've gotta pause. When we come back again. We'll take some calls. 1 873 80 29 when we come back Roberto Montano. He will leave the cross examination.

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"spackman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"spackman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Friday's today which is it was opening back up then we mentioned earlier yes there is a we Y. B. C. dot com about it's huge news I think especially in this economy in a time where you know we're in the middle of a pandemic in people are being laid off they were talking about opening up in the in a beach would which have been previously closed down before the pandemic hit right so on February eighteenth Indiana beach announced it was going to mean only close after ninety four years of operation in Monticello Indiana right there by lake Shafer well later on they said well we're trying to find a buyer well then they filed for some bankruptcy things and all of that changed the now Indiana beach is going to have a V. I. P. grand re opening on June twenty sixth for certain V. I. P.'s and then open to the general public at fifty percent capacity on June twenty seventh cool I love it that's huge news so it man from nineteen twenty six to two thousand eight I'm reading they were owned and developed by the Spackman family they sold it to a company a company sold to a park group and now it's operated by Indiana beach holdings L. L. C. as of April twenty twenty so they started their own organization and maybe they own themselves now with a little financial backing from another buyer I love it I can't believe it I mean this should be highlighted these are the kinds of things that need to be highlighted every day yeah there's a lot of this you need to open there's a lot of bad news out there and there's a lot of good news coming off the back end of this debate these places to get rid of some stress right because there's enough bad doom and gloom on the news on the radio in real life you need a place like this to relieve a little stress I'm down for that well I saw this a the survey I thought it was interesting let's get your pencil over there in pen pencil which across these offer check these off okay check across the top ten ways people reducing their stress right now you can either cross it off the list or check given a check mark hammer if you are actually doing with the say so the top ten ways people are reducing stress right now in the middle of quarantine pandemic or whatever the number one way people reducing stress fifty two percent exercising cross that off number number two is watching more TV forty two percent check again these are the top ten ways people reducing stress sleeping at thirty eight percent hi now I'm getting up a little later but I'm staying up later really so I the amount of sleep is a push for me so it's about even okay so that's the thing that you push their what number four is meditating cross that off you don't meditate let me know what it is number five drinking more alcohol shares check mark right there you put a double check mark on that's thirty two percent top ten ways people are reducing their stress right now number six playing games I'm gonna check by that we do a lot more games in the hammer house board games a turn into fights where one of the kids is a flop in the board over and walking off like they did in the Applebee's in Tennessee during closing right worry and number seven calling or texting with friends and family as a way to reduce stress right now thirty percent reduce stress cross the that off number eight give this one a big check mark before I even tell you what it is taking prescription meds that's a check off for me but you take enough for both of us are made I put a check mark on that number nine top ten ways people reducing stress right now hammer number nine is having sexual intercourse well I got two kids in the house so I have to cross that off my two kids in the house that aren't allowed to leave because of a quarantine and old enough to know what it is too so it's not like I can sneak it in late at night now and now there's a there's no no no no no crossing at all and the number ten is using CBD so like we basically yeah now that that's not my jam funny there's some places you could go indoors and by you we need in this country but you still can't get a hair cut yeah do either in Marion County but there are some places like California where weed is been deemed an essential business so coming up next Dan docket just gonna join us we'll call the code you're gonna get his thoughts on this baseball player Blake Snell that says he ain't making blank for money despite him having a seven million dollar deal and we're gonna find out what coach Matt painter of produce things about all these kids transferring he had him on a show this week pretty interesting stuff so we're gonna.

"spackman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"spackman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Of the month your February twenty twenty twenty and Gina Spackman there are some unbelievable restaurants here I've I've had the the the fortune the good fortune to work to dine at some of these the burning kitchen and tap in in Glen view so it looks so bad because you guys you guys have ever really covered covered the gamut that the the there's there's a fire house grill there's there's an Irish pub here in in Glen view and in Skokie the Kerala they say that right yeah and Celtic knot of since we're coming up on the on the I think Patrick's day so is so take us to take us around to some of these eateries there's measures to sushi and is a cocktail that's also in Glen view but there's yeah not Corning yeah not corn and Evanston tell us about restaurants well you know the thing about restaurant month that we kind of tried to do a little bit different on the north shore is that we just don't do pre fixed menus because you know they come with like three or four courses and that what you're going to eat is pretty much that we do present some of them the restaurant mom in all our different communities but those are for people that want that kind of dining experience but sometimes people are taking out kids for dinner and they're not gonna go the priest takes route in that case we offer a discount or a special a free appetizer or dessert with purchase of entree so we not only try to recognize all the different communities and all different types but we also realize that we have people of all different ages and all different looking for all different kinds of Chinese and so that's a lot of what dictates how we put this together you know it's it's it's on purpose that we don't do our pre fixe menus on its on purpose that we have places that are you know just you know you folks go get lunch at you know corner bakery you can go get lunch every day for a month to get a discount you know corner.

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"spackman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"spackman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go no more trips to the beach partly cloudy and colder overnight sunny and cold Wednesday I'm Stan Lee here's what's trending this hour Indiana beach closed Tuesday after ninety four years in business Chris Davis reports wooden roller coaster can you take that first drop it looks like you're heading right for like shape for the expectation is that you won't be able to write again explore group says it made a financial decision to close the park which was opened back in nineteen twenty six by the Spackman family what happens to the fifty four employees still unclear what happens to those summers on the lake with this point they won't be spent at the park Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news the Chinese military maybe getting some investments from American pension funds congressman Jim banks of Indiana says the public plan for California has three billion invested in Chinese companies and it needs to stop they've invested in a company called hi vision which is a is a company has developed it some technologies used to spy on and persecute the Uighur Muslim population through a different types of surveillance technology after that horrific crash at the Daytona five hundred still nothing to indicate what injuries driver Ryan Newman suffered but rather spend way racing says he was awake and talking with family and doctors at the hospital Tuesday on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three W. I. B. C. and D. W. I. B. C. dot com now here's the forecast of the American standard heating weather center cloudy dry and cold tonight with temperatures falling to the low twenties in the overnight hours expect the cold start to your day on Wednesday with plenty of sunshine to warm things up to the upper thirties by afternoon I'm some Truckee chief meteorologist Ashley brown on ninety three why BC mocking days here the checks on the right about to celebrate a new year with transitions of Indiana if you've got problems whether it's hair loss or hair thinning and you want to grow your hair back called transitions right now at three one seven five two two two nine nine one find out about transitions five step P. R. P. program to restore your hair transitions has helped thousands of clients who have achieved fantastic results and when they're FDA approved laser treatments are combined with P. R. P. the results are amazing we've had laser.

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Why Are Peat Bogs So Good at Preserving Human Remains?

BrainStuff

05:59 min | 3 years ago

Why Are Peat Bogs So Good at Preserving Human Remains?

"Are pretty awesome. As far as sweeping mud fields of dead buried plants go. They store the energy of generations of plants there mass which can be harvested as Pete they're also havens for mummies artifacts buried beneath bugs, including human bodies may be kept in astonishingly good condition for thousands and thousands of years. They've all got stories to tell and today. We'll look at the weird science that makes their preservation possible. Common in cool. Wet parts of the world bugs are waterlogged grounds. That formed when decaying plant matter known as peat accumulates in low lying areas bugs are usually found in cool climates and often in lake basins created by ice age glaciers that no longer. Get a steady flow of river or stream water overtime Mazas cover the heap, like a blanket, and in most cases. This mossy layer is primarily made of a mosque called sphagnum. Spackman moss has the power to transform an entire landscape water dirt trapped beneath sheets of it will be cut off from the normal supply of oxygen from the atmosphere. Also, spelled them soaks up calcium and magnesium, which makes the underlying soil and water mildly acidic since bacteria and fungi. Find those conditions in hospitable. The dead vegetation decomposes at phenomenally slow rate instead of breaking down right away. It lingers piling up over time masses of the botanical waste gradually turned into Pete a soggy, mud colored sub. Instance peat can be used as animal bedding, and as a fossil fuel which makes it an important commodity in places like the Irish Midlands and in Scotland where it's the traditional fuel for fires that dry out grain to make scotch whisky in parting smoke, and it's flavors along with that heat. But to archaeologists Pete is a lot less valuable than the human corpses. That sometimes come with it bogs have long fascinated humans not just for their fossil fuels the spongy soil has intrigued people as far back as the bronze age many people died in these bogs or replaced their after their deaths and these bog bodies as they're known have been found all over the world. The wetlands of north western Europe. For instance, is a bog body hub hundreds of these corpses have turned up in Germany England, the Netherlands and neighboring countries in twenty eleven Pete harvesters working in Ireland accidentally ran over. A bronze age corpse with a milling machine dubbed, the Cashel, man. The harvester found all that was left of an adult male who probably died in his twenties. His body was riddled. With injuries, including a broken arm and a nasty cut across the backside. Some of these may have been caused by the compressing weight of the bog moss above him or the blades of that milling device. Nevertheless, archaeologists have reason to suspect that the Cashel man was a ritualized sacrifice victim other European bog bodies have displayed stab wounds, slit throats and evidence of torture historians things that the local wetlands were once a hotbed for religious sacrifices carbon dating tells us the Cashel man perished about four thousand years ago, seven centuries before king Tutankhamun was born to date. He's the oldest Earp, Ian, bog body on record with intact skin. That's right. The corpse of somebody who's been dead for four millennia still has its skin attached. And this isn't a fluke. Lots of bog bodies, retain, some or all of their original skin, the talent man at twenty three hundred year old corpse recovered from Denmark peat bog in nineteen fifty has skeleton is tens but elsewhere his skin is so well preserved that little details like the wrinkles on his forehead. Are still visible, although the talent man skin didn't rot away. The medication process did change its appearance and texture like the Cashel man and lots of other bog bodies. He sports leathery dark Brown skin. Some of them also have preserved hair that was dyed red after death. This is most likely caused by a recently discovered polymer called Spackman, which seeps out of debt, Spag them moss. If you think of leather it's made through a process called tanning that strengthens the bonds between some of the natural fibers in animal hides as a tanning agent Spag man has the same effect on human skin rendering, tough and tea colored sphagnum also binds with nitrogen, which bacteria needs survive. So by removing nitrogen from the environment Spag, Dan helps prevent the spread of microorganisms that would normally be breaking down human and animal remains and Furthermore Spackman along with the acid that it turns into polls calcium right out of dead bodies bones. Get weakened in the process, although sphagnum. Does a fine job of preserving skin. It's calcium. Thievery isn't great for skeletons mummies have been found in certain Boggs with soft extra flimsy bones. That are about to studies cardboard and that have been distorted by heavy Pete. But that's assuming the decalcification process doesn't altogether eliminate bones. Lots of bog bodies have been found missing bones. And some of the monies are totally boneless. The latter are basically human shaped bags of leathery skin, wrapped around pickled organs. Not all Boggs are so hostile to bones, though, the waters acidity level varies from bogged bog, and this impacts corpse preservation archaeologists have discovered that in really acidic peat bogs. The resident mummies have lots of skin and soft tissue and weak or non-existent bones. But there are some boggy places with relatively alkaline water here the environment pretty much has the opposite effect on corpses. A take for example, the window ver- archaeological site Pete bottomed pond in Florida that became the final resting place for dozens of native Americans between. Seven and eight thousand years ago skeletal remains from one hundred sixty eight people have turned up in the Pete a large deposit of crushed up snail shells, lying under the pond supplies the water with magnesium and calcium carbonates that makes the water. More alkaline neutralizing the span into an extent instead of mummified skin bags. The bog is rife with naked bones and skeletons a bears they are on the outside the ancient bones had a big surprise in store for scientists brain tissue was found in more than ninety of the wind over pond skulls making them extra fascinating fines,

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"spackman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"spackman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Right. Maybe I'll grab a couple of DVD's or maybe ipod or something on the way out to silliness. She was a security agent or best buy he did his job. Law enforcement might wanna give him a scholarship. Me, right. Yeah. Make him an officer. Clearly, he got some. Well, you know what I'm saying? Yeah. He's got to go home. And you know, what you should bring friends when you do that. Because there's three or four of you. And then if the guy tackles, you see then you can all sue because he legally tackled you, and then you can get more money, plus the TV and anything else that you shoplifting. We all sue because she filed late at best buy policy. Right. Exactly. It's where it's Eric. Not the only company that has there's I may. I think I've heard of McDonald's Burger King the other company. Yeah. That have a very similar or or like policy of this. And I get it. But you know, she was a security guy. What's his job? And he watched her guy punching officer right in front of him. It's tough to not do anything. React. When you see that Eric. I mean, there's an innocent bystander and a system of the city and county of plaster and Roseville. Yeah. Yeah. I feel the same way Eric, thanks for listening. And I'm with you, man. I would I think I would have done it too. Just as a good Samaritan out. But I would have done it, Eric. Thank you. Appreciate the phone. Call Sam Rancho Hello Sam. I've been listening. I can't believe. I'm retired long for all right? Someone help me. I'd be so thankful for the assistance because this person evidently was pretty violent. Spackman officer in the pace maker run for. So he's a he's a real threat to the public in the parking lot. Yeah. This officer may appropriate somebody else from get injured by what he did to assist. Taking this guy down. I am so upset with this. I spend about two thousand dollars a year mostly around Christmas. Best buy. I wonder myself unless they re harvest tax. I will never step aside. A best buy again. I will I will pay twice as much. To avoid going into the best buy. And if they. People had that kind of attitude maybe best buy with your situation. I'm not saying the guy was right? And what he did because of the policy of best buy reprimanded. They just fiery fired him. Yeah. Just fired him just say, we know you got your overdid it here. So don't do it again, or we'll have safari you. Well, he's had its warning. If. Program over. I thought he was doing what was a good citizen does even if people if he was off duty he would've still done the same thing. It wasn't just because he was working there because he was working narrative made it more justified the customer a best buy exiting best buy, and I got most in their parking lot or the security guard standing in the doorway. He's done the Galway. Me get back in here. So I can help you can hear it meal break. Yeah. Are nuts. Yeah. And boy, I don't know how a man can stand there. Sam despite a policy from a store how you can stand there. Watch a guy Panchen obser- run right directly in front of you. I mean, it must be like zero policy thing. Well, if we let you get away with this. Let them, but the fact remains as you pointed out when you when you started talking here Sam is that yes, he has a violent nature. Apparently. In fact, they found meth stolen property would appear to be some other burglary tools in his car trying to connect him to some of these burglaries and plastic county. But the fact is. Yeah. You don't know. He just punched an officer. Is he going to run and grab a child Lee? Grab a woman or someone to take hostage all the guy. Dennis tackled him. He didn't punch him. He didn't do anything beyond that. He tackled him. Sam. And that's a good assist. As far as I'm concerned in my mind. The guy did the right thing despite their policy, but I'm not a rule breaker. But but at the same time, I think he did the right thing. Sam. Like you said though with a. Escape weight into a a child in the parking lot. And the child ended up with a brain hemorrhage and in a coma for the rest of look how would he feel do standard watches guy run by? You'd have to live with it. Sam you make perfect, but the job work that Sam thank you for your passion, my friend. Thank you for listening. You bet. All right. You know, you have a good night too. As it earlier caller pointed out, they are not the only ones that with that policy. We're too afraid that lawyers are going to come after his coal and cool. How are you? Good. I like just coal in cool. Well, what's on your mind tonight? Call. Well, I don't believe the guy should have been fired. Yeah. So. The only reason he's fired is because of the lawyers. Lawyers get involved lawyers. You're gonna find somebody to sue, of course. Yeah. You're gonna find best buy and they're gonna sue best buy because they got the deepest pockets. And if they don't find best by then they'll sue the police department. And that's the only reason those policies exist, and it shouldn't. Yeah. I mean, that's where we're at coal. That's where that's the point where you're at. Now, if you do anything that could be seen as humanitarian or being seen as a good Samaritan in this case, then up. Well, we'll we'll sue everyone now. And that's just that's that's that's how we live now. Call you're right. Be afraid of that. This guy is a felon should be in jail. And what he did. Going to be able to. Yeah. Whoever's got deepest pockets. Which is going to be best buy or or the police department. Neither one of them deserve it. Yup. That's why the policies are there. And if if our country could somehow find a way around those. We'd have a better country. There's a lot of people would be stepping up and being good Samaritans. They knew that they could get around lawyers. Exactly, I'm leaving it that Cole is. That's you're absolutely right. All right. Thank you for the call, Don. Matt and David who works for best buy is gonna join us as well. At straight ahead Powell show..

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"spackman" Discussed on X96

X96

11:25 min | 3 years ago

"spackman" Discussed on X96

"Well. He was one of a kind. He was an original. He will be missed who. I I really wish I put him on my pool. He was fourteen port clue. George the snail has passed he died on January one his publicist is. Now, just his what his publicist is. Now, just releasing the information. We don't have a publicist George snails. Artists are never fully appreciated entail until they die. The same. Apparently goes for snails, roughly a decade the land snail species. Apex Bova which used to be plentiful on the Hawaiian island of wa who was believed to be down to a single survivor. His name was George and he lived his last days alone in a terrarium in kilo, a Hawaii alongside an ample supply of fungi. A food his ancestors like to scrape off leaves in the wild. But on January one George snail died, according to Hawaii department of land and natural resources. He lived to about the age of fourteen which is a good long life and say that sounds like an old snail mail of his kind experts say is death was symbolic of a steep decline in the population of land snails once a fantastic diverse group of molluscs. As well as the rapid extinction of species around the world. I mean, it's it's not a joke mean, it's pretty this show. This show is so political. Michael scientists estimate the dozen news dozens of species go extinct every day every day. Yes. But few receive this kind of news media attention on their way out naming Jorge probably boosted his standing said Michael jihad field who founded a program and to protect snail populations in Hawaii. Let's give more animals names, you anthropoid anthropomorphized it and people pay attention. Hatfield said the snails caretakers nicknamed him George or named him George only after after the only survivor survivor of the pinta island tortoises of the Galapagos, George the tortoise known as lonesome George died in two thousand twelve. And finally or not finally here's another story carry before we get into something more serious. Okay. To story about your beloved Joan Jett. Oh, her most. Treasured possession. Her most treasured piece of memorabilia that could be not a concert. Poster. No, NADA, NADA, not a musical instrument. A snail mail. A presidential declaration. Really? Yeah. She was declaration. Oh, Joan Jett has in her possession a declaration from ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Oh there. It is X Ninety-six dot com slash life is hanging in her hallway it authorizes one guy. William T auto to perform the duties of the office of secretary of the interior ABRAHAM LINCOLN wrote it and he had very neat handwriting. She says it's a museum piece and actual piece of history. She says my family lived in Maryland from the time, I was eight until I was thirteen. So I spend a lotta time going to museums in DC, I got to see a lot of early American history. A lot of Lincoln history. Joan Jett's close friend Paul O'Neil the front man for the trans Siberian orchestra gave her the proclamation before he passed away. Before he passed away her close friend Paul O'Neil knew that she loved history, and he gave her this Abe Lincoln letter when they were performing together in Cleveland for New Year's Eve party in twenty-six, really cool. Yeah. I didn't. I had no idea. Joan Jett was a history buff. This is her. This is her apartment, I'm guessing in New York that hangs in her hallway you can sue carries referencing a picture at ninety six dot com slash live. Police are hunting for three suspects, but are shooting at fashion place mall. Happened Sunday afternoon yesterday afternoon to people are in were injured. Now, one of those injured people has been released from the hospital. The other one is in critical condition. Lot of shoppers got shaken up at the fashion place mall. Now, this was not a random shooting. It was a targeted shooting. And they believe it was probably gang related. Both of the was a man and a woman the victims of the shooting in their early twenties shot near an entrance to the fashion place mall Murray, according to Murray police officer Kenny bass. They were taken inter mountain medical center. Dozens of patrol cars for multiple Salt Lake valley police agencies surrounded the mall groups of people could be seen leaving them all and reuniting with concerned family members at the Taco Bell on the northwestern side of the mall. They said if the, you know, go to the Taco Bell will designate that as a place where you can you know, if you if you're worried about meeting up with somebody that's where you should go. Katrina Rameau said she was shopping inside Clair's jewelry in the mall with her four children. She heard a popping sound, and then people began screaming there was generally just panic and chaos. Nobody knew what was going on. So this happened outside the mall, but people inside the mall. Started running pushing people out of the way, I told my kids to hold hands and stay together. The people in the mall in the stores. A lot of them barricaded themselves in storerooms in their in their stores and. And the mall seem to have no clear plan about what to do. Do. We want to. Utah Utah lawmaker. Carol Spackman moss was at the ball when this took place. She said that she was at the mall, and she said, she thought law enforcement, the law enforcement reaction was fabulous. She said they were there pretty quick and a lot of them. But she said. The mall didn't seem to have any clear idea of what to do or how to handle a panic situation. Well, they they pulled the fire alarm that told people do evacuate, but people don't really pay attention to those. She said I'm concerned that the response was not what should have happened. There should have been a different kind of alarm system. Moss said that members of the public who were in the mall at the time of the shooting. Didn't recognize that the alarm was something is urgent. There should have been a different kind of alert system. And I understand that. They don't want to panic people and say shooter involved, if there'd been even being say store managers going out into the mall or security guards walking along saying people, please evacuate because it wasn't taken seriously. Well, we talked to an a friend of the program she called in earlier, and she said that it was the fire alarm. It was the standard automated fire alarm fire has been detected. Please. No, we've had that happen here at work. And I'm like, well, should we leave the most people are like, yeah. It's probably nothing in the majors keep going about their business and unless you smell smoke or something that's probably which is why I think that Carol Spackman Ross Masa, probably right? They need something. But yeah, you don't wanna say active shooter. If you don't panic don't hear any shots. I dunno. And if you don't smell any smoke. Then so some people panicked and some people don't panic and. You know, what what Amy wants to say? If you don't hear a active shooter or actual fire. Then you won't get out of line at the chick is the problem. Yeah. I mean that that's probably me. As an inspired. I mean, I'm serious if I would have been at that mall and not heard the shots and heard that fire alarm, I wouldn't have done anything. Yeah. I mean, I'm I might have said, well, I think maybe I'll leave, but I would have done it just wiped out. I probably would have left because it was an annoying sound people would pay attention to everyone. There has a phone. If there were an instant message alerts and out on your phones at said, please evacuate immediately. Do that more. What they would pay attention to is. If there was if there was a system at the mall, but said when when a general alerted sounded if every store at the mall said, I'm sorry. We have to close now. And all of the gates went down. That's going to say, I'm sorry. We have to close now. But I know sorry, you must leave the store where close or keep them in the store or shelter in place. We have here we have to close. Those of you who are not in here. Please leave the mall work where we have to close. So have you ever? I know it does work. Have you ever been in a crowd when everybody started running? Is that was one of the things? So yeah, I happened to meet the Olympics. When I was down there at the public television's watching some soccer. And I didn't know I was videotaping, and and people were running at me, and I thought okay, you should run. But then I thought what am I reading from? I don't know. It was a very weird feeling to panel something that I don't know if I just stay here and videotape them, I'm going to be the one that gets in, you know. Yeah, it's a terrifying. Feeling but that that works, but I think you're right. You have to have something more specific. But I I didn't understand why they didn't. Now, let says no and put the gates down. This says the fire alarm went off before the shooting happened. I was walking out of Dillard's into the mall when the fire alarm came on. Then I heard the then the shooting started. So maybe the shooter's pulled the fire alarm. Maybe it wasn't the mayor. In the mall outside though. There's actual video of this going around the video I saw didn't have a fire alarm going. Here's the fire alarm. Oh, you did. Yeah. And it said, please, I just saw the shoot safety robot weight. Well, the I think the good thing is too is that the the victims Lee, certainly the one who was not injured enough still in the hospital has some idea of who did this and has the cops knew know who they're looking for Hollywood Tim says having worked at fashion place mall for two years several years ago that alarm randomly goes off all the time so people ignore it regularly. All right, weather traffic. Oh, that's right. We were doing news. We're still in the bad air. We're still socked in thirty two for a high today. There's a little chance of something coming through tomorrow better chances as the week goes on. But today. So try to limit your driving. If you can't today.

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"spackman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"spackman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With regard to the garden. What what happens is what we see is a lot of people continually make mistakes. Even after the first failure. Then they do it all over again. They repeat the failure. And usually somewhere around the third time of disaster. Then a lot of folks will then call us a professional, and they're like we give up. We've tried it. We thought we knew what we are doing when it was first planted. We loved it. And we thought how smart we were. And then we realized whole thing is a mess. And and then sometimes it is a mess and other times there's some good elements that they actually had great ideas for and we're able to work with that. And maybe relocate a few things and work with some things that are there and just just make some augmentation as as they say, so. Keep that in mind. Let's go to Don real quick. Welcome done. Hey, Maureen Marin, yes, I enjoy your show every time every week question on you were talking about putting orchids tree I've got about thirty orchids people to take care of. But they're not. We live out here in the woods. So got him. Just hanging from the trees. Move. Oak tree. Media under you. You get attached temporarily they take hold. One question. I got another one after there. In my case. When I when I was doing that I was in oak hamic. And so where my where I am now. My property doesn't lend itself to that. Because I don't have giant oak trees, you know, like I had. But one of what I would do is. I would take a little bit of Spag moss and Spag moss holds tremendous amounts of moisture. And when I first started doing I didn't use any medium. I just I just tied. It firmly to the tree and. And what would happen is they actually the young plants were actually drying out, and they and they could try out, but they would actually get severely dried to the point where they were wilting, and you can't even work takes wild to come back. So what I did was. I added a nice healthy clump of the Spanish moss. And then for the first month, I made sure that it didn't try out because Spackman moss will absorb many many times its weight in water. But if it if it gets bone-dry it will actually repel water. So so that's why it's so important then we've found we started having real good success because the new routes had a little bit of moisture, and they were able to grow through the moss. Get a foothold and eventually attached to the tree. And one of the things to us is handy hose to tie them down. You simply take patios stretches, and you wrap it around you wrap it around, and then you tied into not. And it's quick it's easy in one person could do it. So yeah, that's a great great idea. I didn't talk of that. I've got the. Guerrino nursery tape stretches and ties I was thinking of that. But the pantyhose wouldn't that'd be nice. The other question is I've got several or they're just literally growing out of the parts. Best time to replace a replant. If they're blooming. Wait, obviously, I guess after the bloom and is the best time of the year and. Read someplace where you put them into the side of the part. Last question. Well, yeah. I I know about the side of the pot thing. I always doesn't make sense to me. Put it in the middle of the put your bark barking and have it looked like a normal plant. Otherwise, it looks like something died in the pot and you've got one growing on the site. Exactly. Now, I want to say something you you talked about that stretching nursery tape the problem with that tape is it's very good for a lot of things. But as it ages it cracks, and it it deteriorates and the other problem is it's usually brightly colored. So it's very ugly. Whereas the pantyhose kind of blue. Goes in and you could add little more mosques in between you could actually camouflage the pantyhose a little bit because this is long fibres stuff. So right, right. I got a big bag of that. Yeah. Okay. You mentioned about the big stack. Or just a point that I've got I've got one that's like six feet across for the leaves. Megi seven the malls four foot and it sell literally out of the tree because the support mechanism was not good. And what I did..

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