18 Burst results for "Steve Guy"

"steve guy" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"steve guy" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"With always dan myers say hello jomon. How's it going guys. This isn't a podcast. it's a nut house. Yeah i feel like that's also a quote from some other movie but yeah yeah we have a guest this week. We're kicking off our first episode of thirty one days. A horror this year so with us from halloween his forever podcasts as well as outpatient usa. Returning to the show steve. Welcome back the show. Steve guys things are happening back So since you were here the last time you actually started up a new show. So i should tell us a little bit about. Halloween is forever. Yeah that's so if you want just real quick if you wanna check out hot nation. Usa just add nation usa. That's that's releasing. We did that before. Go check out the cool world episode with you guys. Yes since then. I started a new podcast. Halloween this forever and it basically stemmed from hop nation usa because it was previous guests. I had in. Brian read and meg see. Stead and meg is a brewer in the pittsburgh area with a country. Brewing company and. Brian is a master surround. And if you've watched the bruise brothers. Serena is a good way to make him upset like. Brian knows a lot a lot about our movies and he'd been running instagram account for a long time. That just had a bunch of horror theme stuff and he wanted to do a guest and meghan wanted to do a podcast for a long time as well so we just kinda came together we did. We're doing a horror movie podcast but sometimes we just talk about like halloween and other spooky stuff in general. The big crux of the show is we have three movie. Showdown at the beginning of every month. We each pick a we let the audience kind of picket sub-genre so it might be like monster movies or korean horror or something like that. Then from that sub-genre we all pick our favorite movie and we can defend them and attack the other films and then see who can put on the best show and come up. The winner and the winner gets a championship belt for the month. The superfund show you guys just did you. Put pitted some carpenter movies against each other which was a lot of fun to listen to. Yes we put the worst carpenter movies against each other and not on purpose you guys. Have you spun a wheel. Yeah there's yeah there's time for over. We decided to change the rules a little bit and it seemed unfair for everybody to just say well. I wanna do halloween. I wanna do the thing. So we put a roulette wheel in place and the we'll was real bastard and made us do the worst john carpenter films like there wasn't even a prince of darkness or in mouth madness. It was straight up..

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"steve guy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"steve guy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Power girlfriend power. And i wanted to say i was still scared. I knew i loved it. Yeah lou how many times have you been in love now. I've been in love probably three times in my life. Okay i with a doctor. Then nobody knows about. Because i was a nurse and it was ages ago and then with the count and then i love to talk what jacques. Oh i love jacques forgotten i love i love you jack. What i loved harry dubin. No i was never in love with different jacket. Friends family ray. No right okay. We got a tweet ice. Try- tweet from sonja morgan. I hear you lou. I've had hashtag junk sleep for years stressing about the townhouse any advice. Get a new mattress from the mattress firm. And let's go back to our virtual audience andrew and louise's from columbia the question for luanne. Hey everyone from columbia. How can you think ramona. Luanne handled the burr schon and sonia beef and do you think she defended sonia enough or what she throwing her longtime friend to the curb. You in your where east. Where they're in medigene columbia. Oh my god. We weren't how you need gene. The gate clubs love feeling. Giovanni all my god. I love it and not be a diva. Oh sorry. what was the question. Actually ramona handled. The sean and sonia beef did she defend sonia enough. Did she throw her to the defense on you now. I thought she could've come in stronger for sonya. I thought reminded was a little weak there. Okay because they're old time brands. And burke sean is a new friend okay. Let's go to leah from south. Carolina is a question for tyler. Cameron tethers got a new book out. That you all should get called. You deserve better long Beautiful let me so much of you. You said that during the quarantine that you slid into instagram. Dm's for dates. So what celebs would. We be surprised to know that you flirted with on the ground on the ground. Did you did you slide into celebrity. Deanne instagram. i don't think any celebrity m.'s. Just just my girlfriend. She's a how you met her. Dm's really that's how you bet she asked me pows from la. I was like no. I'm florida right up. Four issues in our way we met happen. Wow use instagram better. Dm aller toledo. Do you have any questions for tyler. Mike how did you meet your girlfriend. Kamal kendra just read into the i the it was a great date. I've ever okay and We went to a restaurant and we sat there. We just talk for hours. You couldn't even look at the menu. Just bring whatever you know what i mean. We talked hung out without the for four hours. I had a great night. Did you spend the night together. That no no no. I'm even kiss her until the fifth date. She rejected me up the second segment. Like i said in the power seat she drives. This is kind of for matt vermont. But i'm like okay good so i love your season of the bachelor. I thought it was amazing. But i really was obsessed with your fingernails like i thought. They were really really beautifully. Kept steve guys. Go and get manicures together. Have you ever done that. What it's funny you say that we gloss lab all the timing okay fingernails. Really were super attractive to me. I me like i'm really attracted to your fingernails. I don't really clean and bays doing question..

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"steve guy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Spot, Boys. How are we happy? Tuesday? Les copes those. Hey, you see you see, you see, Steve got Jimmy. Dude, I saw Steve. Jimmy saw that. You know what you've got? I didn't. I didn't mind it either. Steves. Guys like Steve talk, and we've said this about Chris seems to like when guys who, you know, know the Shanahan's or No, Kyle. Like even when Schefter does. I just raised my eyebrows a little bit of Mike. Is he talking because he had a conversation. Who is he talking Just from from his opinion of perspective? Yeah. Yeah, It's pretty safe about Stephen. Kyle. I don't know how truly close they are. Well, I wonder with Mike. Right? I would've seems, But of course, that's what I mean. Mike called Schefter last night. I just assumed that Shana hands, you know, and you're right. And it was almost like Steve was this holding back on because he hasn't said anything close to that. Paul, like all season or even all through last year, did he did he have a brush up against the whole work? And plus, if anybody's like, qualified to speak to this, it's Steve. Because when he hit the scene when Joe would get hurt, or when Walsh would replace him and stuff, there was nobody who is under the microscope. Mohr right and was like at the receiving end of more scrutiny than Steve Young. Who take over. Is he the guy? If young made a mistake, they'd be killing him. You remember Murph? It was Debbie. Sure. Yes, Steve. I don't think Steve slept from right. 91 to 1990 much maligned Steve Young, much alive. That's the reason why Gary Plummer went over and lifted the monkey off of his back much Milan's much maligned anyway. Polly Mac did the Steve Young comments about Jimmy Do anything for you, man? No, it's just if anything, it's opening my eyes to the fact that something could happen here. Like at that position like they, it just feels like there's a lot of momentum. Going in that direction right now. So you know what I thought about Polly. I was thinking the song that I love so well, Go ahead, I think Do we change the lyrics to can go on without? Actually Pamela Baby? That's a big drop..

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"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Than what we thought stretching muscles did that's that's been a course I did recently and it honestly it blew my silent it changed how I'm yet change how I'm treating enormously a simple example was we did some facial stretching along my hamstrings. I'm not the most flexible person, but I can generally touch my toes either. I gained 11/8 is in a standard sit and reach test after lengthening the fashion through my hamstrings, which as I said a game blew my mind and that was through nothing more than five minutes of lack movement. It doesn't last forever. It does go back as with any movement as we go down. But yeah it it's things like that. We're stretching. Zaria the underlying reasons we do it might be changing the benefits are still there and and they're really simple as far as you know, it increases blood flow the mental preparedness for movement particularly. If it is before an event off a sport a trying to to lift a new PB, it's getting your mind where you need to be and recently it feels good. Yeah, it does feel good about what are the most common reasons you hear people using phone calls and massage balls all these tools for versus what should they really be trying to accomplish with them? Sure. Most common people raised common reasons people be using most regular reasons is it's adding that next layer to their routine. Most people who use affirm roller have some type of routine and they're trying to take it to that next step. So they might have been stretching through some muscles or getting some movements where they'll gain some benefit and they find the firm roller can get into some new age. Isis or take it to the next level same goes for the massage ball. It can be a little bit more invasive in a good way. You can go deeper than a message bowl is triggered some pain on me many days and message boards are really interesting one or any any ball..

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Week and having to have a month off and then running 8km the way it can happen to have a month off. It's not sustainable. It's frustrating and eventually you'll end up cracking and you'll stop so yeah consistency as you said ski, that's the most common very icy with people coming into the house trying to do too much too soon injuring themselves and quitting even though they have such a great goals that they're just going about it the wrong way and I say that you need to speak. Professional if you've had that very out because you've had to quit because of an injury. Okay, then seek the help of any health professional that you trust and work through that long, but let's talk about local and you know professional athletes. How would what would you recommend for someone who wants to take their body to the next step in any given sport be local professional or even just someone in the gym like yeah sure very simply surround yourself with people who have gained knowledge in a gym speak to your trainer in a profession, you know, go and speak to somebody who has done it before go and speak someone who's been there and and who knows what they are talking about whether that's your career with that sport. Obviously, that's what we're here to talk about is is more performance in in your improving your body, but it works in all aspects of Life. Absolutely. I thought The more you can learn from someone who's done it, you know, it might be a little trick. It might not even be this big, you know, mind-blowing change. It might be something really small. That's just get you where need to be and and yeah and obviously so and you know that might be, know, a different pair of shoes that might be preparing, you know, your nutritional differently at my complete drink more water is probably the big one that I think ninety percent of the population could improve on yeah, that's that's a big one. I think locally, you know, or Elite is just find someone who knows if you don't yes someone who has been there before I've applauded and surrounded myself with an amazing support network of other trainers who all know more than I do and so I feed off their knowledge and that's why like we're having this interview because I don't know what you know, and I want to know it but also want you to share what you know to everyone else so that we can help people improve and I want to get better job. What I do, so if I could I could go put gas that sort of my therapy and I would have been ten minutes. We've been chatting for like forty or fifty, you know, so you've taught me so much that I would never have found out on Google just by reaching out to you. Awesome. That's perfect. So there's been really good body. So now this is a really good one. What are your thoughts on stretching and the use of tools such as Farm rollers massage balls to assist with recovery and can you point us any research that might show the benefits that as well sure again things are changing each and every day with stretching and and foam rolling and things like that..

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"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Beyond your limit be that Elite or just beginning to hard too fast. And that's where most injuries occur is someone beginning a new movement in new exercise and you suck. And trying to go from zero to a hundred in a week. There is our training benefits, but more often than not if you're not prepared and willing to work within that I'm going to end up hurting yourself. Okay, if we scale it back from athletes as well to say someone who is just starting an at-home workout program or in the gym. How much is too much? How do they know where how do they figure out what their limits are short tricky question on everyone's limits will be different and obviously listening to your body listening to how you feel is really important with with new exercise with New Movement some soreness some discomfort a day or two after his is really normal and really quite encouraged let you know your body is working but if you simply cannot move cannot get out of bed the next day or you have really severe pain that's when you've gone too hard, you know, if you're trying to run five k's maybe don't run fouquet Sunday one, you know look to just run around the block look to run a hundred meters five hundred meters and build up in progression is key if you want to yeah, if you want to lift off a hundred kilos, you don't just go right on day one. There's one hundred kilo weight off we go, you know, you might be starting with group exercises working on really broad muscle groups. And then scaled back to Really find motor skill movements and and really looked at again involve a professional. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah, I agree that the term is Progressive overload. You've got to make sure that your body can handle that like you might want to run for five days. Let's go with that. I did it the last interview. I did with a physio jazz clubs. We also talked about running but we use it as a great base because every knowing everybody knows run it years. So again, if you want to run five days, you're not gonna start at 5 case because you might need might be out of run it that you're really going to pay for it afterwards. The next couple of days could be hell you might not be able to move at all like for example, I went and did a Back in high school. It was like he attend we did the Athletics made up with the whole school and I participated in every running event. I could the next day. I got out of bed..

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"You really want to help yourself for those listening at their do your best to help yourself by doing as much work as possible? Okay, and whether that's following what your trainer has recommended to you and not just doing half the work not just if you want to lose weight as an example. You're not just going to do the exercise bike to work on those habits with your nutrition as well. You're going to work on drinking more water. You're going to try and get a you got to try and do it all don't just yet pick and choose what you think is going to work for you. The reason you've gone to a professional is because the professional knows more than you so listen to their advice because they genuinely just want to help you improve. That's what we're here for. Yeah, absolutely. And and there is there's so much evidence both both just personal experience and research articles and papers out there that you could have two people identical injury identical life things like that. If there's one person sitting on the couch and goes right my hamstring tear he's going to repair itself in 3 to 4 weeks and it will it'll get there. Then you have you know, the next person who is rehabbing every dog is sleeping is resting is eating right is drinking plenty is, you know, putting in the work that injury is going to heal better. They're going to come back stronger. They're going to be faster their risk of reaction will be so much lower. Yeah, the benefits are just it is exponential. It just grows on itself. Absolutely. I would love for you to provide a reference to that research as well. So yeah, what will get you to do is in the show notes will drop that a link to any of that research to a couple of those articles that listeners and viewers can go and read for themselves because it's really good to have I'll say it but if we've got peer reviewed research or you know case studies and everything done that we can show you the more information we can prove that..

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Yeah, I think that's best with a a p t and with Amaya serapis is it's about aging that the client all the person to want be better and look after themselves because we can only really guide them and get part of the way. Yeah, so there's fifty fifty years if I was to come to you and say I have this problem and we want to work I want to work on it you could you could give me some treatment you could give me exercises to do but I've just taken the treatment and ran with it on. Not going to go do the exercises. I'm not going to get where I want to be. But if I met you halfway and took on board everything you said and did those prescribed exercises or went and saw that specific personal trainer took me to work with to help me get there. Then that's maybe putting in the work and trying to help myself. Yes, Photon, absolutely the most frustrating thing. I think I hear and see the most often is you see someone who comes back in who we've given some exercises some stretches some sort of birth pains something to work on and they just haven't done it. They haven't found the time they haven't bothered and and they come back and see me and that that's great but they're not going to get where they want to be wage if they're not willing to put in there half. Yes, I I can really agree with you there. It is frustrating when I send people off to get treatment from physio xong Co and and they get an exercise plan that's going to help them rehab whatever condition or injury they're working through and they come back to me in a couple of weeks and they say well I'm still in pain and I'm like, well you've been doing your treatment plan and you're exercising your best described by your professional know. Well Mike. Well, that's where you start. That is I don't want to go on a tangent..

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"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"It doesn't have to be an hour to be effective. It just has to be enough to simmer like your body moving to feel better first mentally because we're going to all suffer through this but then it's going to have a lot of physical effects if you could build a routine at home. Yeah, absolutely now off when does someone know they need to seek guidance from a myotherapist as opposed to someone maybe a physio or a GP? Sure. What do you think? Sure? I'll see you again comes back to their pain, you know her hopefully not it's not too late. You know people don't suffer too long. They may have transferred their appease like going to say it's easier or things like that. And you know, something's not quite right. Some people are steadfast on I'll always see my chiropractor always see my physio hopeful therapy can form it's our nation and it's slowly getting there and you know some Bill now the first protocol is that my therapy and yes, I hope I hope people started to broaden your birth what works best for them. You know, that's a really good anti. It's all about finding what works for you things aren't going to always work for you. Like for example, there are people out there that just have had negative experiences with physiology with osteoporosis with GPS with Kairos with Myers with any health professional at their birth. And then they asked around and they say hey I tried this person and you know, it didn't work and then they get a referral and they go see that person that you know that person what happen to be a really amazing physio really amazing my or really amazing PT. I've seen a lot with my clients that they've all worked with a trainer in the past and and then they come to me, you know, a lot of them say and then those who don't work well with me or we just some reason it doesn't work they go on and find someone that suits them and it's actually absolutely agree with what states that find the person who understands.

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"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Consistently learning over that long period of time that made it such an easy easy thing for me to continue do and because it was already becoming a part of that lifestyle. Would you consider them going and doing that further step in studying? Yeah, absolutely. And and I have the honest answer is if I was in a different stage of my life and and different stages of my business. I absolutely would I go back and look at it as I am. Now, I will continue to grow and learn outside of a University degree. I'll take General courses myself that's good. I grow and learn with with the Internet available outside. Yeah of going to University. We have so much information present to us and accessible that we can do that from the comfort of where we are right off our homes. Yeah. Absolutely very very lucky. And is that means that two or three times a year I go in and do a course that's a lot more accessible than than going back to you for a couple months. Yes. Well, how would you recommend it someone to fund the ride my therapist or someone qualified within trading paints? Yeah. Sure. Look, I think my theory a game is is you know, whether it's the internet whether it's Google's I think the best is always by referral and personal experience. I I do truly think that's best hard because you may not know took one locally. Yeah, but you know, whether it's you know Google whether it's Facebook, you can get a feel for a person to sometimes you just simply by speaking to someone you know that they're going to be the right fit. They're not going to be the same. I think that goes for anything in life. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Now the patients you treat demographic wise, who are you most experienced with sure so again started off definitely Sports definitely athletes that that's where I began. That's where I really wanted to be. It has changed over the years. It's a lot broader now wage. Ballarat working in backslash as opposed to working in sports clubs in Northern think it's broaden the horizons. Yeah, that's that's it. So what are the most common reasons that someone might come to 4 if you could pick off the top of your head in the last fifty patients you've seen what is the most common type of pain that someone has come to 4 It's generally relating back to their daily activities their posture their lifestyle. That's that's the biggest one and it's it's people who are stuck at a desk. It's people who are stuck in posture is it might be a trade you who's bent over all day, but as far as overall last fifty, it's lifestyle and posture. Yes. Absolutely two main ones. So sad entry being dead doesn't have to be stuck at a desk. You could be stuck on the couch or yeah moving as much because you know, might not have kids you might not have a dog to take out or it's just your lifestyle.

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"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"A game. Doctors are personal and professional development. So that can be anything from I've got some stuff here literally from work at home to going do courses to research articles just constantly trying to improve your knowledge and learn and that that right. There is a testament through your mind set a growth mindset is something where people will always look to improve beyond their current means it's need that comfort zone and you can't achieve that if you're so fixed on that. You can never improve beyond your means but you've got here that your your love helping people work past blocks off and it might be a simple as getting an event and recovering from surgery or being a new TV in the gym or running marathons, which you've kind of given that that's filled with working with athletes. And that seems to be your kind of what you prefer to do. I love it. That's really where I started it. It's really grown from there. But absolutely that's where I started. I really do love nothing more wage. Be local doesn't have to be a late is that if you've been stuck at that point for you know, it might be a day a week a month year a decade and and hopefully just adding some New Perspective trying something different. I think again just adding the little bit that I know to hopefully increase their knowledge and and get to their next step that's brilliant and what kind of just to get more relatable. What kind of sports do you love? Yeah. Sure. So I play myself I played basketball and Tennis but I am a bit of sports fanatic. I love my FL foodie. I love Cricket. I love the time. It's all of the NBA. Yes. It's it's it's an obsession just for your possession. Just want to touch what we read. They would have my nose broke. And yes. Yes, I was unfortunately. Okay, so we were both Steve and I were playing basketball is filling in for a uh, a member on his side and I jumped in the game had come to a halt because it was blood draw for someone else that felon over and smacked her elbow and wage. Waited like ten minutes for them to clean up the little drips of blood within the first 30 seconds of restarting. I someone elbowed me right to left broke my nose. I don't think they're stop the game from a blood rule either dead. But yeah, that was funny. I was a good story to story. I feel awful. You come to help us out and you end up with a broken. It's it's terrible. Well actually so that I actually pushed it back in but it wasn't stray went to the interior. They mentioned that it's it's pretty much it's good. It's a little off but you know, if it ever really breaks again just set it back in June. I think it was a couple of months ago. I accidentally punched myself in the face and I completely straighten it up. So I re-broke and straightened it from that. So, oh well, yeah. I know it was scary like hell but our event new expertise say you're learning have a brother knows readjust. I'm going to be in here take but let's let's move on to Steve is currently practicing as a my therapist at Bangkok. Us Natural Health and Ballarat Integrated Health..

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"steve guy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Article from the Los Angeles Times, and they're talking to Nicole Wallace. Now she's a TV star in her own right big show on MSNBC right now. But she's talking about her experience over at the view, saying that she walked her time at the table, but that when she got fired 2015. That really kind of hurt her. She was so good. Laurie and I were being time into our livid because she was so reasonable and smarts And Yeah, did they say why? Well, she's not exactly why, but here's Here's what the cold Wallace has to say about being fired from the view here. She is being fired from a TV show where you think you're kind of baring. Your soul feels personal because it is, she said. It's kind of like being broken up with Because I never worked in entertainment. I think what? I didn't understand it. It was really a casting, and it was a casting. They didn't like. Oh, That's because she said at the time, she didn't really know. Like who the Kardashians were. He could weigh in on legal things. Political things in some Pop culture thing, But there was like pressure for her to like, know more about like, because, remember back then when Nicole Wallace on now the view is political. Yeah, that's what they're putting. They're They're my leg, and they're like really mean it as a time they were not a magazine Yale Shell, OK? Yeah, exactly. And when you help When you have somebody like Nicole Wallace sitting at the table if that's what you want. You want her to be a political commentator. Yes, her expertise, and she was in the George W. Bush administration as he worked on Ah presidential campaigns for John McCain, So it's like so reasonable. Yes, she was reasonable and people really loved her and that goodness, they're watching deadline. White House. That's her show that she has on every day And so it just was like, Well, I wonder what would have happened if she had come on the show A few years later. Oh, it would have been a perfect fit, but yeah, it was. She was at the wrong time. We she portrayed. Did she work on Sarah Palin? Did you say Was she on the McCain? He said she was on the McCain thing because she was played. I think, by Julianne Moore in that movie. About the whole game changed things. Yeah, I think that she was well. She worked very closely with the fair, appealing on that campaign on John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign, so well, it seems like she's doing okay for herself. Yeah, she's great on her show. Yeah. Angelina Jolie has a new movie. That's out. It's called the one and only Ivan. It's an animated movie, and Angelina Jolie is totally giving credit to her daughter Silo for taking on this role. I know it was one of the kids because she's like the voice of the elephant. And she said Silas told me years ago that she had read a book that she loved and she wanted me to read it, she said. I read it on my own, and then we looked at some of it together, and we talked about why she loved it. And so, so it was totally doing a movie for the kids. You and it's about that. I guess the gorilla industry smile. Yeah, that was in a strip mall in the state of Washington. I sired previous for a look. Starr playing. Yeah. Is it a dizzy plus or something? Olga's Yeah, something Angelina Jolie voices an aging elephant named Stella, who cares for an abandoned baby elephant named Ruby inside a circus show at the Big Top maul, and I think she produced the movie. It sounds like it. That's that she was part of the producing team so that all that little Shiloh is an animal lover. They're always going on bunnies and lizards and stuff. Seems like Oh, yeah, Totally. You know that their house is the one that has the guinea pig? Yes, Fish, the rats, the mice desirable the hamster's yet and all of those things, he indulges that. But if you want to watch that the one and only Ivan debuted exclusively on August 21st on Disney, Plus, so you're gonna have to have that. Now I bring story for you, Julia, because it's an Alex Rodriguez story, And I just know that you love him so much. Who the guy you know, Agent. Okay, tell me a Rod. All right, A rod. So it seems, according to new report in USA Today that Alex Rodriguez Jennifer Lopez, their group, their investment group, is the clear cut favorite by multiple major League baseball executives to buy the New York that I saw that okay, except for the fact the billionaire Steve Cohen, who's the other bidder who's an actual billionaire? And doesn't need a bunch of investors. The fans want Steve Cohen to buy the Mets. But the family who owns the Meds hates this Steve guy, but he's an actual real billionaire the fans. The fans don't want a former Yankee owning them the mats for sure. No, no, so, but it's not going to stop the billionaire from trying to get it and a lot of people. Fans want this guy to get it. They don't want this conglomerate. Get it. They want somebody who's got the cash. On the hand and doesn't need a committee to decide and Okay. Okay, So that's just but apparently, yeah, he wants the Mets. He won't go away. But the family doesn't like him and they're doing everything can not to take his money That's hysterical. That's it? Yeah, because you guys were get like these headlines their little misleading. Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez bring the glamour factor to this consortium of people who want to buy the New York Mets. So it's not like a Rod and J Lo are going to be the sole owners of the New York Mets. So Oh, he he's going to keep going after know Well, because, yeah, apparently, the up close Look at the Mets. Financial picture is so gory that you'd have to be have billionaire pockets to turn around. Who all right, Well, final bids are due August 31st everyone so in case you want to throw your hat in the ring, you know you can You still have a couple of my money's on a billionaire? I think that's Steve Cohen guy. He's going. 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U.S. Air Force Launches Contest to Replace the B-52 Bomber’s Engine

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Air Force Launches Contest to Replace the B-52 Bomber’s Engine

"Here to talk about bombers. There is news just breaking as of May nineteenth the US Air Force kicked off a three way competition to reengineer. Its entire seventy six aircraft. Be Fifty two fleet and the the competitions going to be underway. They just released a request for proposals. Steve can you talk about what the Air Force is looking for? And what that means for the companies involved. Yes so on Tuesday evening or Tuesday late afternoon the Air Force released the our fee to start Step two of the engine source election the replacement for the Beef at T.F. Thirty Three's which You know design. That goes back about sixty years. And you've got three companies in the competition. Rolls Royce with the VR seventy five. Which for this competition. They're calling the effluent thirty We also have the engine. That's on the global six thousand that The Air Force is flying as as the e eleven As a communications relay. Pratt Whitney is competing with the w eight hundred which is another business jet engine and you've got Ge that has said that they are looking at offering either or both of the CF. Thirty four engine actually started out with the. A ten In still in service with the ten. But it's gone onto power of regional jets and Also it's passport engine. Which is the propulsion system on the bombard? Da Global Seven thousand business jet. So those are the those are the three competitions with air forces looking for is a new propulsion system. That as what what they say is basically the T.F. Thirty-three has kind of come to the end of its life beyond twenty thirty. They don't really see. You're very viable way of sustaining it. And keeping it in service. But of course they've decided that the B fifty two will continue operating beyond twenty fifty so they need something under the wings of those aircraft. Keep them flying and they're looking for something that it can extend the range by twenty five percent that can add a bunch of loiter time to the B fifty two's mission set and They won't cost too much and that they can integrate as quickly as possible. So that's that's where we are with the competition Steve Guy. Can you tell us a little bit of it? Gives us a little more sense of the engines? That will be competing. Hard High State Yeah I it's fascinating to me that this is competition is underway. It's it's really difficult to believe that in the early two thousands that they looked at this in the nineteen seventies even looked. This goes back a long way. Pratt and Whitney originally proposed a you know of the upgrades the T.F. Thirty three which courses based on the original J. Three engine that Pratt went. They developed some back in the in the late. Fifties and early sixties. Rolls Royce of course came really close more recently With an offbeat till Evan Option in the mid. Nineteen nineties with with Boeing as a team So it's been an ongoing thing but that was was four engines to replace AIDS so this is different. Because you've got eight engines. Replace eight engine. So how could that possibly work? So the the reason it can work is that over the last fifty years which is really the length of the of this program The original engine. If it's hard to imagine this but the actual fan amit served Pratt and Whitney engine that the the one that's on the inevitable at thirty three is about fifty inches the inlet itself and yet the bypass ratio. Which is you know the key parameter ready for the performance of this Is Only one point. Four three two one but all of the engines that nabbing pushed through for this replacement here. We are fifty years later. They're all between four point. Two to five point five to one bypass ratio but basically in the same diamonds and that reflects the fact that all those cores of shrunk at in you've got much more efficient fan flow and that so here you are bringing in these twenty-first-century engines however just to clarify that One of those engines at state mentioned. Jeez pushing forward with the CF thirty four DASH sandwiches one option. That engine actually will be this year celebrating. I believe it's twenty eight anniversary so it's it's not a near engine itself. Likud's relative to what it's replacing it still a youngster. Really Oli others estate mentioned on new business jet engines up just a little bit of sort of back of the envelope. Calculation and based on the published data that we've got. It's quite interesting. You look at the actual weight that bear way to each of these engines and do a quick so a calculation it at the moment they the tip thirty three. The ship said of bear engines weighs about thirty five thousand pounds. That's just mean a mechanical gear on on the on the pylon not including the case sings or even sometimes accessories. If you look at the calculated waits for the others the passport which is the other g engine would actually weigh slightly more about thirty six thousand the prod engine the Peterloo eight hundred which state mentioned which is the The J. Six hundred five hundred engine is sly is actually the lowest just under twenty five thousand. Pansy got an interesting calculation going on that but basically they're all within about three inches of each other in terms of inlet diameter all within a few hundred pounds thrust so it's very complicated competition and a very interesting calculus that the Athol is GonNa have to go through.

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"steve guy" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

Shares for Beginners

13:08 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

"Moon. That's that's one of the other interesting characteristics of these kind of firms is that you have a great deal of access to management as well much more than the bigger end of town. Definitely I mean a lot of management. I find they're like very approachable. The wand understand her shareholder based understand. There's a lot of retail investors in there. If you drop an email to see Yorkers a lot at them you know. They print their phone number email address. You know at the end of more. Stay at six announcements again. I mean that would never happen in. Asx Top twenty. You know they'll have an entire investor relations team internally just to manage shareholder queries and so you know the only time you'll see CEO at the AGM and do hang around after the AGM is on the you might get a quick chat room for five minutes on the flip side of Microsoft APPs. Email to see you more than more likely not did probably email them back probably email. Ube active himselves. You know. I think it's a big benefit talking to senior management to if you send Milonga questions and they come back to do a quick phone call too because the numbers are one thing whether they released today to the ASX but it's getting context around those numbers that You know really makes a difference. Still you know a few Sierra Headline Flash UP FOR XYZ COMPANY DOWN PROPHETS DOWN. Twenty five percent year-on-year think. That's like terrible results but that might just be desks. One major project was supposed to start in April has now been pushed to July. And actually they've upgraded the scope Walker and it's going to be you know twenty five percent bigger than it was so you know if you look into next year. It's actually a a win for them. To dislike delay has made the actual photo contract has got bigger having that interaction with management gives you a lot of context on the numbers like from year to year and also context of where they're going in terms of the broader strategy. There isn't an index isn't there. There's a small Cap Index on the Essex. I was actually I was having gone. Become sick side to find out what that code is. Is there a code that you can look up this index for yet whether it's actually to indexes to look at so there is the Small Ordinaries Index which Do you have the code for would be? I think it's ex. S all is the code. Sadat's shoes by guess allotted like kind of small cap managers and and even Microsoft managers strangely enough right across. That's probably the one. Most people definitely institutions base would. Would you be familiar with then? Denver's another there is actually in Essex Microcosm Index. Which is the one that I look at. And that's the is emerging companies index and a cord I know is X. EC and. I've been doing some analysis Sunday index over the last two months where everything that's happened with corona virus so I mean just to give you an idea of volatility and microcapsules March. Twenty twenty was actually the worst Vermont for the index since the index started which was in January thousand four and it fire surpassed the the worst Montijo C. Which was October two thousand and we just finished April last week and April twenty twenty was the best ever or de index by a long way so yeah bought under downside match you up to wash their for multiple and air for them was the best ever moment along. Show up so if you want. Volatility Calm Communist six. Mccaffrey index and even in the worst month just to give us farther inside so in in March you know we had you know crazy up is in crazy down days of more down than up but one of the updates towards the end of March was actually the biggest single day gain for the index since it started. But that's the that's the kind of guess market tougher. Intimate extreme measures are obviously being point. Place Globally from a health perspective and a social perspective and a business perspective and has been share is a mirror of the economy society in general. And you know that's been mirrored in the moves were seeing in share prices in index bought in Australia and and globally. That's an interesting thing about this though is because it doesn't have the same amount of liquidity as the larger capitalized companies. So it's actually a smaller amount of money moving in and out of the system and I've heard speaking about process discovery. Can you just give us a bit of context about what price discovery is? And how liquidity actually a fix that surprise discovery. I mean it's where buyers and sellers every day and you know. Every trade is a prices every in itself because the buyer thinks he's got it correctly. Pricing Decelerating Steve Guy Correctly priced. And and you end up share price that that they agree on now if you've got a low liquidity he stock that means you haven't got that many buyers and you haven't got that many sellers so the opportunities are the frequency of price. Discovery is much reduced in the microscope ended market now at the top end demarcus. And you know you've got trades going through I'm sure your listeners. Probably Ready La Boat Algorithm trading in all a semi controversy. That's happening Matt. Top End of town and ETF providers of the provide huge liquid. He at the top end of town. So you know prices covering dare happens. Much more frequently and is probably. I'd say generates much more accurate results. In terms of what the true underlying value. The company is at present minute reflected in the share price whereas at the smaller. You don't have that frequency of price discovery so you can have a greater probability of things being underpriced obviously and overpriced Sunday on the other side. Because you haven't got Quantum of buyers and sellers on a daily basis hourly minutely basis to workout. Okay why is the kind of fair value stock price sh of the company at a particular time? So that's another reason. I'm attracted to the small town is because you have less price discovery happening. You've got more chances of something being undervalued by democracy purely because there isn't a lot of people focusing on us and La is looking on. It can expand a bit farther on that in terms of price discovery I institution of names and Goldman Sachs had a good piece which the end of last year. When we're talking about you know to analysts coverage of this was now in small caps kind of one level up so there you're probably talking about marker caps companies tree hundred million to about one point five billion dollars. Suspect that's kind of Smallcap MARKET CAP range. But they're saying you know since the GMC the number of analysts in the sector son to sell sites that working for you know Margaret Spells to ubs Goldman's Morgan Stanley or other kinds of stockbrokers most people would no doubt has note has decreased sitters less endless covering the small-cap universe and even to analysts who are still covering the universe. They're all congregating around the kind of market darling names to tell him. So there's a concentration of what they're researching on and anders less of them so you have even more stocks gained elected. Now that's in the small cap so in the Micra cap and you could probably assume that there's even less coverage sender wasn't a GMC in one way it's a negative because it's hard to find research hired to find information on these companies so you've got to do a lot of work yourself but on the other hand know that's what creates opportunities and. I think that's why we've seen the last few years we've seen quite a number of managers. Launched dedicated micro cap funds because. I think they have come to the realization. That there is a lot of mispricing down there if you are willing to do. There is the possibility here finding a good portfolio of companies down there so these these manage funds or both both manage phones and ally sees so you know my old house wills National Day of a Micra Catholic now. Severa is a day have bought a managed phoned and they have a an LLC focused on the so you know depending on which kill might suit your best you know you. Can you can access micra cap equities through the guys and perennial started Micra Cap Fund just over three years ago? There's four vehicles tree managers and there have started things in the last in the last three years anders others. I just can't think off the top of my head. No we've got to listen to question from Trevor Miles and that is about Wade. You find out the information. What what what. What's your go-to sources for finding information about these kind of companies? Some my go-to source I think is the ASX announcements page because as I said earlier in the interview it's quite hard to find these companies and find information on them to the announcement page is definitely like number one of the pages. It has already announced since for a particular day so I just go on there like five Turkey in the evening after I finish work and I looked down to all the announcements that have been there for today and I'll click into once you know share codes high. Don't recognize one side do recognize and you know. See what they're announcing and you know that's a great way to flying new companies too because if you take out the ASX two hundred. They're still another two thousand companies to to look one hundred six means impossible for one person or even a even really a small team of people to to keep on top of everything. That's happening the second place I kinda go and look at is website that was started. Buy An analyst called Andrew Page called. Straw we've we actually have. We've had Andrew on the program as well. Straw man to me is is is a is a really good resource because there's a lot of Microsoft small cap names on there and find a respect right analysis as well isn't it exactly a finding analysis and research of of a really high level and you know again you know a lot of people who are posting on there are MOMS and dads retail investors. Doing part time. But you know they're putting analysis that he's as good as anything that you get from sell side analysts broker analysts because it's all about collecting information and unfortunately or fortunately Mike Up. She got to do a lot of legwork. To Guide around. Disinformation INSTALLMENT. Of Very reese use resources and he gets been an. I'll give Kudos to Andrew. I think it's been a great addition to did investor landscape in Australia. Especially in the small micro and just to provide a platform for resources in research and doubter. People can use the third-place Kinda looking for is on twitter. You know allotted a straw man. People I know are also on twitter but I find. Twitter is also a good place to find new ideas. You know people are talking about what's going well in their portfolio or going terribly in their portfolio and I take everything that people say onto a WHO A pitcher solid. There's probably hidden agendas here. Darren everywhere. Gotta. Watch out for that pumping don't you yeah exactly? But in terms of trying to find ideas and and things and people are talking about democracy. Because you know if one person I guess tweets about then you might see a few others and you know it shows that there's kind of a level of interest in people you know it's moderate Arab Coppola people as well as the people on twitter.

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"steve guy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Tomorrow weather's brought to you by Howard air and our first look at sports this morning here's Paul cal BC you know the five M. club members say the NFL draft just set a ratings record in terms of TV and as for the cardinals not bad either two thousand twenties or you're against Steve guy and they're you know most every draft analysts give the cardinals draft class in eighth grade yet Isaiah Simmons around one then on Friday you get franchise offense of tackled Josh Jones in round three I'm shocked certainly not a player that I anticipated see in about seventy second spot yeah cliff Kingsbury goes way back with Jones head coach Houston's Dana Holgorsen some relationships there there's a lot of good kind of synergy going there be there in the six round the cardinals took the leading tackler college football last year cal's Evan weaver and he was asked what motivates him running waiting in people's hearts you possibly can really take a lot of people and then the first Sunday will drafted by the cardinals since Pat Tillman as a take email Benjamin and the seventh round I just grab my phone and I thought my phone vibrating in my view from there the six oh two numbers there is running it kind of gave me a good feeling right off the bat and the good news for the A. C. running back is that the cardinals offense is a good fit what's the point of the way we were expecting it to you but at the end of the day I do Armani's was one shot one opportunity and then NFL news reports say the Janus Winston is about to sign with the saints and NASCAR Alex Bowman is your I. racing winners the winds add virtual Talladega that esports Paul Kelly C..

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"steve guy" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"There was the music that I bought myself, and that was the forty five version of something with the Jackson Five, ABC. CAIRN of Stop the love you save, that's win. Though the forty fives that new played on your little Makeshif record player thing, it wasn't like the Big Stereo that your parents allowed you. The US, but the thing you plugged in, and you had to put that little round thing and the whole. In you know? That was that was the music that I was allowed to play on my own. Keep the record in my bedroom. Kinda thing, but the Jackson Five. That was what young people that's. We grew up imitating the Jackson five and putting the record on and cousins would be Tito and I'd be Michael. Beyond the drums. We spent the whole afternoon like just shaping our performance to stop the love you save so. Those were some of my first memories. I always tease I always tell them that them. When when our C. The Jackson's that. You know for a lot of us. That were young and you know like. They were the first superheroes that we really had. The jacksons were an occupation almost, and it was interesting culturally because there were the Osmond's remember were the big sort of white family group back then, and there was the big debates about who was better, the Jackson Five, the Osmond's and that was a sort of a political state. So how did you feel on the lines? How'd you feel about one bad apple? Apple when it came out where you fold Lino mid was it was cute, because back then you didn't have like fifty million stations, right? The one station and that played all the pop music, so you heard stopped love you save along with one bad apple, and that you know you had your little groove and dances to that, too. But where was your heart? Your heart was with the Jackson five okay. Michael That's money because I. was I'm one of those friends in the Group of friends that is always last to call something, so I was always Tito. Everybody everyone's fight over. I'll be I was also surrounded by my brother and my male cousin, so I was the only girl in the in the in the posse been, so it was just natural that I stood out as Michael you know. I've felt I would justified in being Michael if I had to hang out with all these boys I should at least be able to tell them what to be around. Grand, this. So even then you knew you knew you had a role to play in without even knowing what future is going to be I obviously. Do you remember your first concert. You know that's that we were too broke for concerts. I mean you know I'm trying to think because my kids go to concerts all the time and I'm like you all are so lucky We were too poor for concerts. Quite frankly ma I never saw the Jackson Five Live. I'm trying to think maybe it was in college where and it wasn't really a concert. It was like an arena orchestra. Sort of Stevie. Wonder was playing in an orchestra. Maybe it was in Philly it's kind of a blur, and a girlfriend had the idea of getting tickets and going to see it I do remember. Was! Oh Gosh if I had to have been maybe a sophomore in in college, so that was what eighty. Eighty, two eighty three and it wasn't it Stevie wasn't like on some big arena tour at may be. It was a benefit. I don't i. don't even remember, but I do remember that we had front row tickets and we both walked in. Our tickets were and then we realize it's like we are in the front row happened. We were looking around waiting for somebody to tell us to move to move. but it was just him and his band, and he played some numbers, and then he call his his bodyguard. People pick some people to come up on stage and stand around the piano, and Sing Ebony and ivory and me, and my girlfriend were picked so I was standing on stage with Stevie. By his piano, thinking what ruin, but that was yeah, yeah, no, I never told them about that because I figured he didn't see me. Right? Well I know that Stevie has. been at the White House at least fifty eleven times. Like. Any event that I'm seeing between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen, like it's almost like Stevie. Wonder comes with the package like TV CV is you know that he and he is all you know he's always game. If there's a cause and it's something he believes in. The first time he showed up was at one of the biggest fundraisers that I had during the campaign It was at Ucla and this was a big announcement because I was I was highlighting I was the keynote representing my husband, the campaign, but Oprah introduced us. It was Maria. Shriver and that was a big deal because that was right when she was going to endorse Barack over What her her husband the governor was. Was Doing, and that was a big deal. Caroline Kennedy so was a women's empowerment kind of thing, the first time I was surrounded by all these mega giants, and I was the keynote speaker they were passing off these introductions to me and right before I went onstage one of our staff, said Stevie wonder's on the phone and he's in the area. He heard about the concert, and he wants to come by and I was like Oh, yeah. So, he just shows up. Like I know that happens a lot. Actually wanted to ask. Are there any other Non Stevie? Wonder moments at the White House, that stands you. Oh Yeah Yeah Prince, but as the first one is prince performing, but of course stevie performed to. Stephen the Ultimate Party crash I get get. When Stevie! There! It's like okay. Steve Guy play Prince and we went back and forth trying to get prints because every time we do our parties and you've been to one of the parties. Yes you've been there and so oftentimes the personal parties were around a birthday or something like that, and of course, prince doesn't celebrate birthdays so. He was like I can't come. But I WANNA come, so we had to figure out how to create something. That wasn't a birthday that he could come to, and we finally worked it out. and you know that was just. That's just prince doing his thing and jamming in a way. where he for the first fifteen minutes, he just let his band riff. You know that generosity that he has to let his you know backup singer lead the song in his bases. They were just jammed before he even showed up and it. That was amazing. Paul McCartney. Singing Michel to me, wow! You know Aretha Aretha has performed performed many a time and you know. She would come with her for and her medal of freedom, badge on because when she came to the White House she wore all her stuff. and she's. She's blown the house down. By everyone from Mick, Jagger to. 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"steve guy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Just visit your valley Toyota dealers or valley Toyota dealers dot com today Danny Sullivan KTAR news partly cloudy and a little warmer today with highs in the mid to upper seventies this afternoon it'll be partly cloudy in the mid seventies tomorrow then a soggy Wednesday with a chance for rain and thunderstorms throughout the day as highs drop back into the sixties starting mid week on ABC fifteen mineralogist iris MOC yo at five thirty five it is fifty degrees in Chandler Arizona folks former vice president Joe Biden and senator Bernie Sanders squared off last night in the democratic presidential debate that was moved from Phoenix to Washington DC because of coronavirus concerns K. D. A. R. as in cross is live with the details yeah Jamie no audience just the moderators and the candidates on the stage of the first one on one debate of the democratic presidential campaign KTA are political expert Mike o'neill says this was among his takeaways from the debaters civic commitment Joe Biden made a commitment to appointing a black female Supreme Court justice he made a commitment to appointing a woman as his vice president now going into what's known as super Tuesday three tomorrow Biden has a strong lead in delegates needed to win the nomination tomorrow's primaries in four states of course there is ana Illinois Florida and Ohio one of the new center Jim cross KTAR news Maricopa county now has one hundred fifty one vote anywhere centers where you can fill out or drop off your ballot in tomorrow's democratic presidential preference election county supervisor Steve guy yada says we have plenty of staff that will be there to help the polling sites who are.

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"steve guy" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"steve guy" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Need to go Polish break it is it and then the let you. Are you ready Steve Guy to come to the light brown because let's start with dry in Connecticut. Dr Kramer what's your all time. Thank you very much like welcome. What's up doc is greedy distance? NOPE GONNA pass on the only reason flux I'd rather see hp which got a small business there let's go to Sharon Illinois Shine Planer. Kramer Hegel Ya we are. I Have Changed Yvonne around two years ago I bought it for about two seventy seventy eight per share and I bought hundred. Here's okay it made me little good money. Yes with the chargers kicker Anki see all them I read them I think they've got a really compelling story now. I know look in this market. Let's understand each other. This market's going down. But as one going to be able to accumulate into weakness that makes a hell of a lot of sense. So I'm going to come on board there. Let's go to David in Virginia. David Professor Jimmy. Chill Kramer Jimmy Chila here to help. What's up pay? It seems like I'm act has been hurt by the stay at home economy and now this virus is it time to buy now. No it seemed the blast zone. It's in China's no I mean. Look I understand entirely why you want to be there but there's so many others If you WANNA be experienced economy when you want a little yield why go with deep your pockets. Why don't we go to Justin in Virginia Justin? Hey Jim how's it going fan. I love the unmet wisdom wisdom you bring every morning and evening we try to do. Thank you my question about the company Nervion N. A. V. I just had a big spike. Does your four percent. I wanted to come down the student loans that they can come lower. Let's wait for that. Why don't we go to Barbara Pennsylvania Barbara? Hey Professor Kramer. Her first time caller long long time listener. I love that. What's up? What type of future do we have with dingoes says? ESPN game software. Do like I think the stock is bottom. I don't know how far can go but I don't think it's advanced back here have Darrien look I wanna Gary. Hey Jim.

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