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Real Madrid beats Liverpool 1-0 for 14th European Cup title

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 hrs ago

Real Madrid beats Liverpool 1-0 for 14th European Cup title

"Real Madrid has earned its record extending 14th Champions League title by defeating Liverpool one nil Vinicius junior applied a close range finish in the 59th minute from frederico Valverde's drive across the face of the goal Securing a win that gave him Madrid coach Carl Ancelotti a record fourth European Cup title Real Madrid also claimed the Spanish league crowned the season Sadio Mané and Mosul were stymied on goal scoring attempts by Thibaut Courtois as Liverpool fell two goals short of a treble just a week after losing the Premier League title by one point to Manchester City I'm Dave

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Russia takes small cities, aims to widen east Ukraine battle

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 hrs ago

Russia takes small cities, aims to widen east Ukraine battle

"As Russian forces continue to move on small cities in eastern Ukraine president Vladimir Putin is demanding European nations halt sanctions on his country and weapons shipments to Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a 90 minute telephone call Saturday with leaders of France and Germany the Kremlin says Putin affirmed Moscow's openness to resuming peace talks but warned against the continued transfers of western weapons to Ukraine and also blamed western sanctions for the disruption to global food supplies created by the war Meantime Russia's defense ministry released footage of Russian fighters who claimed its forces had captured another small city in the Donbass The second to fall this week After failing to occupy Ukraine's capital Russia has set out to seize the last parts of the eastern region not controlled by Kremlin backed separatists I'm Ben Thomas

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Shanghai lockdown: Residents demand release, and some get it

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 11 hrs ago

Shanghai lockdown: Residents demand release, and some get it

"On a hot Sunday Night residence of an upscale Shanghai compound took to the streets to decry lockdown restrictions imposed by their community and then won the go ahead to leave The triumphant story quickly spread on chat groups across the Chinese city sparking one question in the minds of those who remain under lockdown shouldn't we do the same By the end of the week other groups of residents had confronted management in their complexes and some had won at least a partial release While it's unclear how widespread they are the incidents reflect the frustration that's built up after more than 7 weeks of lockdown even as the number of new daily coronavirus cases has fallen to a few hundred in a city of 25 million I'm Charles De

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Memorial Day Is a Serious Holiday

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Memorial Day Is a Serious Holiday

"It's Memorial Day weekend What does that mean Means three days off I got that Monday's off the government's closed Isn't that amazing The government's closed and nobody cares Why don't we just call every Monday tech why don't we call three four days a week A national holiday and just close it That's the way you get around it But this is a serious holiday Memorial Day And it is a time to be with family And we say this every year but really wield an honor it It's a time to remember All of those who have died To serve this country What exactly were they protecting What were the men and women who fought for this country in these various wars The biggest war we fought right here Civil War what were they fighting for Or were they fighting for in World War I or World War II and all the wars in between What were they fighting for in Korea and Vietnam Iraq and Afghanistan One hell hole after another What are they fighting for today Tell me ladies and gentlemen are they fighting for the American Marxist movements No Hell no Are they fighting to destroy Women's sports Are they fighting for open borders Are they fighting the bankrupt the nation and drive up the cost of everything including gasoline and food

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'Breaking the News' Author Alex Marlow on Free Speech in Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 1 d ago

'Breaking the News' Author Alex Marlow on Free Speech in Big Tech

"We were talking about the Second Amendment, the assault on it, the newsroom uvalde. We can segue very smoothly to the topic of your book breaking the news and the big issue of big tech. Because Elon Musk, the individual, you warned me about that we had so many high hopes of tweeted out, I think it was on Thursday morning or Wednesday night that, yeah, we have to do something about these AR-15s, maybe some special kind of registration or training. And I just tweeted out Elon, you were doing so well. Let's break down this story. The book is breaking the news. You've got to get it from our guest, Alex marlowe breaking the news exposing the establishment media's hidden deals and secret corruption. Where are you at in terms of Twitter, I don't know if you're on truth social, something's happened on true social, my account is now two, 3000 new followers every single day for the last weeks of something exponentials happening there. They're opening it up to Android as well. We had Devin Nunes on the show. We invited president Trump on the show as well. Are we starting to see some glimmers of hope? Or are you still concerned that this is the most powerful weapon on the left has to distort and steal elections? Yeah, it is one of the most powerful for sure. Noteworthy is maybe the most powerful of them all is Google, which president Trump was complaining that Google might be discriminating against true social. And that would be great because I spoke to Donald Trump personally a couple of years ago about the threat of big tech. And he was really obsessed with Twitter and I get why that was his most powerful tool, but for his supporters, the most powerful tools have been Google and Facebook by a mile, Google number one. And so if he's getting fired up about Google assuming he runs for president next time around, that could be a very good thing because he needs to crack the whip on Google who is manipulating elections in a major way, in my opinion. But what's happening is Musk is going to disappoint. If you're a mos super fan, if you think he's some sort of pure guy, he's going to disappoint you in different ways. He does a lot of things and says a lot of things that do make me indicate some of the red pilling is legitimate. I was kind of in the campus at most all performance art to advance his business businesses. I'm not there anymore. I now think he has internalized some of the values you and I have, doctor G, but he's going to keep making mistakes.

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Ukraine warns of possible strikes from Belarus

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Ukraine warns of possible strikes from Belarus

"The Ukrainian defense ministry has warned of existing threats of Russian missile strikes from Belarusian territory The ministry is Alexander matsuzaki says the short-range ballistic missile system iskander M has been moved to areas in Belarus bordering Ukraine adding that according to Ukrainian intelligence Russia's preparing up to 1500 reservists who could be involved in fighting three weeks after completing their training Says Ukrainian forces are countering Russian attempts to push them out from northwestern and southeastern parts of Lyman in Donetsk I'm Charles De

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A Few Thoughts on the Horrific Tragedy in Uvalde, Texas

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

A Few Thoughts on the Horrific Tragedy in Uvalde, Texas

"Touch on this more to later date tragedy in Texas this week at a school in which a deranged young man killed kids in an elementary school, killed a teacher in elementary school, my heart is broken for those families, those who have lost lives. But again, this politicalization has already started even from Joe Biden who comes out in an Iran basically says, you know, we got to pass my political agenda on gun control to stop these things, realizing good and well that what they will pass does not affect and would not affect a legal gun owner in this country is sad and using those events to do so are not going to help anybody and they're definitely not going to help those who've lost their loved ones. We've got to do better at protecting our schools, protecting these targets in which these tragedies happen. And that is something I'll

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Reflecting on the Recent Georgia State Elections

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:32 min | 1 d ago

Reflecting on the Recent Georgia State Elections

"This week, I just sort of wanted to spend some time to take a few episodes in this one being one. To just catch up on some issues that we may not have had a lot of time with. And doing so, the first thing I want to catch up with is this week is election week here in Georgia, Alabama, you had Arkansas, some have called it the SEC primary. That happened. And we just coming off the results in Georgia and I'll tell you what was struck out to me the first and foremost is the power of the incumbency. And also, frankly, the power of people, it looks like to warm move on from the election of 2020. And as one of the issues that has came up in Georgia, you saw the governor Brian Kemp, you saw the attorney general Chris Carr, you saw Secretary of State Brad raffensperger, John King, whose insurance commissioner all win without a runoff. In fact, last night, it looks like there's is coming along these timing. You may not have a statewide runoff in Georgia. The last one out there is still lingering a little bit and by the time the podcast is out, probably will in the next few hours we will have the results that Bert Jones may have avoided a run off there. Why is this significant? It's significant in the sense that it shows you what we talk about with chip like the other day. We talked about a politics. Politics is fundamentals. Politics comes down to a lot. It is important. Donald Trump's endorsement is still one of the most powerful endorsements in the Republican primaries and in these races going forward. We've seen that in Ohio. We've seen it in Pennsylvania. What we had not seen in Georgia was the power of the incumbency, which we did not have in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and some of these

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Watch Live: After 6 weeks, jury hears closing arguments in Depp-Heard trial

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Watch Live: After 6 weeks, jury hears closing arguments in Depp-Heard trial

"The jury near Washington D.C. is expected to hear closing arguments today in the high profile libel case filed by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard for time it seemed it would never end but now we are close to a conclusion of the libel trial that pits the Pirates of the Caribbean star against his ex-wife and fellow actor Amber Heard after 6 weeks of conflicting testimony about the actors and their claims each side now gets two hours to sum up their case after that the jury gets its instructions from the trial judge and then finally gets the case The trial has gone on for 6 weeks and with broadcast cameras in the courtroom the case is given fans a chance to attend a celebrity trial without making the trip to suburban Washington D.C. and it has given those willing to make the trip the chance to see the proceedings in person in

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Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:46 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

"We're keeping our eyes on the world health assembly in the World Health Organization. And someone who has an amazing website, it's called leave the who dot com or leave the WHO dot com. And it's a substack page that is monitoring everything happening in the World Health Organization in real time. What amendments are being discussed, whose presenting them it's an extraordinary website, leave the who dot com. And the brilliant mind behind it is James rusky with us right now and he's been doing an amazing job covering it. James welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. I greatly appreciate it. I know time is precious. So I'll dive right into it. The latest that we've been able to find is going on, it's just so slippery, okay? The United States presented amendments back in January to the international health regulations. Now, if anybody says the word treaty, or they say the phrase pandemic treaty, that's a decoy. You're talking about something other than what we're talking about. We're talking about proposed amendments to international health regulations. Very concise documents, what has happened is in the last week or so, they've been having difficulty reaching consensus, right? Basically, people are objecting to it. Nations that are there. And the latest thing that I'm aware of because obviously I'm not in Geneva. I'm in my dining room. The latest thing that we're aware of is often some backroom somewhere. There are discussions. And the latest thing that the person who's running this committee that is considering these amendments, he said, in the issue, or to forward the cause of transparency, whatever happens in this back room meeting will be emailed to the people who are in the assembly. And I'm scratching my head going. Well, why don't you just talk about it in public, right? Why do you have to email it? How is that transparent? And so what's going on is they don't actually vote on these amendments. The procedure by which they get all of their resolutions and their documents, they'll have a document that's published on their website and all of the people who are there for the gathering for the assembly will have their computers and they can access the document. And they'll say something like, well, we're talking about document XYZ. Are there any objections, oh, there aren't any objections? Great. Documents been

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12 of Biden's 13 Proposed WHO Amendments Have Failed

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 1 d ago

12 of Biden's 13 Proposed WHO Amendments Have Failed

"But 12 out of 13 of the proposed amendments at the world health assembly have failed. The Biden administration was going to Geneva Switzerland, and they proposed 13 amendments. Many of whom would have allowed digital passports, they would have allowed all of these, you know, the new kind of pandemic treaty regime and it failed 12 out of 13 of the most extreme and radical measures because of such dramatic and overwhelming backlash. So the WHO has now withdrawn 12 of Biden's sovereignty amendments amid fierce opposition. I'm reading from dot com. Amid charges of seeding U.S. sovereignty in the World Health Organization, 12 of the 13 amendments submitted by the Biden administration for a vote in the world health assembly this week in Geneva, have been removed from consideration. The amendments were publicized only last month, and it was advocacy of the independent researcher James ragus that alerted the public to the implications for the U.S. sovereignty, prompting a ground swell popular opposition, largely in the past week. Ragusa has been monitoring the world health assembly proceedings, which began Sunday, said the withdrawal appears to be the result of quote the massive response from people all over the world in opposition to the amendments to the international health regulations along with legal actions in the United Kingdom, along with the fact that the amendments can be resubmitted in the future and the World Health Organization's ultimate objective is for the leading nations to sign a global pandemic

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NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the NRA stages its big show in Texas days after the ivaldi school massacre Three days after the deadly school shooting in ivaldi Texas the National Rifle Association opens its annual convention in Houston today Former president Donald Trump is scheduled to be the headline speaker but other speakers and performers including two Texas lawmakers and American pie singer Don McLean have backed out with emotions running high after the killings of 19 children and two teachers in uvalde and less than two weeks after the deadly buffalo supermarket attack in which ten black people were killed chief Troy finner says Houston police already

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China Wants 10 Small Pacific Nations to Agree to Security Agreement

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 2 d ago

China Wants 10 Small Pacific Nations to Agree to Security Agreement

"This is at a New Zealand China wants ten small Pacific nations To endorse a sweeping agreement covering everything from security to fisheries and what one leader warns is a game changing bit by Beijing to rest control of the region A draft of the agreement obtained by The Associated Press shows that China wants to try and Pacific police officers Team up on quote traditional non traditional security unquote we know what that means military And expand law enforcement cooperation China also wants to jointly develop a marine plan for fisheries which would include the Pacific's lucrative tuna catch Increased cooperation on running the region's Internet networks and set up cultural Confucius Institutes and classrooms China also mentions the possibility setting up a free trade area with the Pacific nations China's move comes as foreign minister Wang Yi And a 20 person delegation begin a visit to the region this week In Washington U.S. State Department spokesman Ned price expressed concern about China's intentions Sang Beijing might use the proposed accords to take advantage of the islands and destabilize the region Gee you think

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Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

"To the back to back mass shootings in Buffalo and uvalde Texas failed in the Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on hate crimes and gun safety Majority leader Chuck Schumer says he'll give bipartisan negotiators in the Senate about two weeks while Congress is away for a break to try to forge a compromise Texas Republican John cornyn says this must make a difference One thing we should not do is try to pass something that will have absolutely no impact on incidents like this just to score political points or make ourselves feel good Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy is optimistic I am hopeful there is growing momentum but I have had

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WHO: COVID-19 cases mostly drop, except for the Americas

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

WHO: COVID-19 cases mostly drop, except for the Americas

"The World Health Organization says the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths continue to fall globally even as new variants emerge that may evade immunity from vaccines and prior infection I'm Ben Thomas with the look The UN health agency says there were more than 3.7 million new COVID-19 infections around the world last week and 9000 deaths from the virus But those represented drops 3% and 11% respectively New COVID-19 cases rose in only two regions the Americas and the western Pacific COVID-19 deaths increased by 30% in the Middle East but were stable or decreased everywhere else China meanwhile is vowing to stick to a zero COVID policy despite the WHO's description of that policy that's unsustainable Given the infectious nature of omicron and its sub variants I'm Ben Thomas

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Dominant coronavirus mutant contains ghost of pandemic past

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Dominant coronavirus mutant contains ghost of pandemic past

"The dominant coronavirus mutant is similar to previous mutants It's known as BA two 12 one and is responsible for 58% of virus cases in the U.S. last week It's a member of the omicron family but scientists say it spreads faster than omicron predecessors and can escape immunity and possibly might cause more serious disease It also contains properties of the delta variant This genetic change is bad news for people who caught the original omicron and thought they might be unlikely to get it again soon Lab data suggest a prior infection with the original omicron is not very protective against reinfection with The New Mutants but research also shows those who got sick from the delta variant may be better protected from The New Mutants I'm Ed

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Michele Tafoya Promotes Her New Podcast 'Sideline Sanity'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Michele Tafoya Promotes Her New Podcast 'Sideline Sanity'

"Michelle to foia to the Salem team, Michelle, your new podcast sideline sanity. It started this week. It's a big hit. Whenever I was talking about it last night out here in Camarillo. Oh, that's so nice to hear. I'm so excited to be doing this. This is what I've wanted to do for several years now. It's just talk to people about really important stuff. Stuff that needs to be tackled, no pun intended. And this is just something I couldn't do until I sort of went off on my own, you know?

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 Fewer Americans apply for jobless benefits last week

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Fewer Americans apply for jobless benefits last week

"Fewer Americans applied for jobless aid last week as the number collecting unemployment benefits remains near 5 decade lows I'm Ben Thomas with the latest numbers The Labor Department says applications for unemployment benefits fell by 8000 to 210,000 for the week ending May 21st The four week average of claims which smooths out some of the weekly ups and downs ticked up to just under 207,000 Jobless claims have been consistently below the pre-pandemic level most of this year Meanwhile the total number of Americans collecting benefits stood at 1 million 346,000 for the week ending May 14th That's also a slight increase but from the lowest number in more than 50 years Ben

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"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

This Week in Agriculture

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"Issues center is sponsored in part by pioneer the minnesota soybean research and promotion council egg week and add country farm credit services with a look at weather this week in agriculture. I'm megan overby. On the red rover farm network morning fog gave away friday leading to sunshine highs in the seventies checking the north dakota agricultural weather network galesburg in north dakota's trail county had the most rain from the system late this past week with three point eight two inches fargo head. Two point two five inches in may ville two point. Eleven or ada minnesota. There's one point four two inches in that rain gauge other rainfall totals also included deny at one point one grand forks at just under an inch roseau and warren both at seven tenths jamestown forty six hundred s. Rugby 2600 langdon to ten saying grafton. At just a tenth of an inch. And as i mentioned the weather will be a little warmer and drier this weekend. Grand forks space national weather service meteorologist. Jacob spender says. There is a ridge building in the southwestern united states. So usually when. I say that we always think. Oh the heat's coming. It's not really coming this time. We really start to transition that fall kind of pattern so temperatures will get as warm. But we'll still get into the low to mid seventies across the majority of the area with some pockets of upper sixties and the upper portions of the valley towards the international border. However there will be a slight chance of some showers potentially friday as well as on labor day. And that's the lead. Based on the fact of shortwave coming down from north west canada and now kind of clip the area the best chance for those kind of showers will be towards the international border. This september and october weather forecasts for major crop. Production areas in. Canada is expected to say warm and dry. Placement of the jet stream is forcing cool. Air to remain at higher latitudes and warm dry air to remain stationary across the canadian prairies. Accuweather meteorologist brett anderson says. The good news is this shoot. Allow farmers plenty of time to get crops harvested this fall. It looks like the jet stream is going to be more directed. The northern alberta much of the winds coming down off the mountain dry and warm keeps the chillier air up across the yukon northern bc. We're looking at a warm and dry. September october for much of the prairie region. So i'm not expecting much rainfall. Relief in those areas through. October still looks very dry. Drought conditions in the northern plains are likely to carry over into twenty twenty two. The latest crop progress report from usda has topsoil moisture rated at forty eight percent short very short in minnesota sixty three percent short very short in north dakota and seventy four percent short to very short in south dakota and usda made west climate hub at director dennis totti says the moisture from recent rains are a step in the right direction but there will be places that don't get as much soil recovery. We're not gonna fix this overnight. One rains or to rains just doesn't fix it. We're going need. Several reigns over a period of time. It's going to be able to to improve these conditions so You know that's what we're kind of trying to address with people and get people thinking about and.

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"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

This Week in Agriculture

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"Asked several questions. He called back within thirty minutes He had the commissioner on with sa within an hour. So i think they're getting there. I think the frustrating thing you know. I think the producers here for me is it. Seems like maybe we would have been able to unlock some of those lands. And i've lived this. I know there's rules in place. I know they're smart reasons why they do this. But i think trying to convey that this feels maybe a bit like a once in a generation drought and maybe we need to approach it. That way so i do. I'm pleased that they're hearing us. I think now folks here asking for is. We'll be more pleased when you see some action. The governor has spoke to agriculture secretary. Tom bill sacked twice in the past week and emphasized. The urgency of the situation walls does not expect. Usda to open crp for hain or greasy before august first citing a lawsuit that is influenced. The process drought is also top of mind in nearly every corner of north dakota north dakota state university vice president for agricultural affairs greg. Laurie says in particular livestock producers across the state are being heavily impacted by the ongoing drought conditions. You know pasture conditions are not good water supplies tough crops going to be real short so a lot of our livestock producers are really working at Trying to figure out how they're going to put up enough forage how they're going to call some of the animals to make room and kind of make some of these judgments lardy reminds farmers and ranchers that there are a plethora of drought related resources available through extension pasture. Conditions are not good water supplies or tough crops going to be real short so a of our producers are really working at Trying to figure out how they're going to put up enough forage how they're going to call some of the animals to make room and kind of make some of these assessments. North dakota farmers and ranchers are experiencing a thirty five to forty percent decline in annual forages this year because of drought in some cases. That number is even greater. Ndsu extension range land and forge specialists. Kevin said vic says while there is forge available it may come with a hefty price tag on an average. It looks like and made this comment. A couple of weeks ago that the state's probably going to produce a third to forty percent of the normal forge in twenty twenty one and so for one define forage would be difficult and to the price is going to be high. And so we've been telling producers. Obviously look as best you can but it's just hard to find feed and then when you do find it can you afford it and so we need to look at all. The strategies should be feeding cattle or should be selling cattle. And it's just it's it's going to be a tough year for a lot of producers because forged limited house. Agriculture committee is marking up a bill that would extend the life of the whip plus program combat sell in associates managing partner. Tom cell said the disaster bill being marked up. We'll cover twenty twenty and twenty twenty one disasters. It includes all the causes of loss from the previous whips and then also expands that a little bit like on the drought side. So it's not just be three or more which is counting arbitrary set our trade. It's very scientific but sometimes things don't follow follow county lines exactly. And so there's there are some real challenges there and that's been a look at news this week in agriculture for the red river farm network reporting agriculture business. I'm megan overby. The north dakota mill has.

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This Week in Agriculture

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with a look at markets. I'm randy conan. Usda project a new crop corn ending stocks at one point four. Three billion bushels. That's up from one point. Three five billion in the june supply demand report corn ending stocks. Number is in line with trade guesses. New crop soybean ending stocks in the us are estimated at one hundred fifty five million bushels also unchanged from the june was d- report. We owning stocks in the us expected to be six hundred sixty five million bushels down from seven hundred seventy million last month also below trade expectations world corn ending stocks are more than two hundred ninety one million tonnes slightly higher than the june estimate world. We'd ending stocks are at two hundred ninety. One million lower than the june supply demand estimate. Agresource company market analysts. Ben buckner said the july was d- report was the catalyst for the grain markets as the week began really only noteworthy changes to the us week balance center and mostly on spring wheat. Which the cut presidentially so you. Wesley productions down over one hundred million bushels of that was all these spring wheat. But now we're this pass where we're running out of wheat entirely in the next couple of years. If we don't buy acres it'd be market. Has all of a sudden you know. Very quickly joined corn soybeans on this bull trend stone axe group chief commodities economist ireland sugerman was watching for two numbers from the wadi report including the spring wheat production estimate now. Usda has germ and then they throw all other spring. We back into one category. And for that i had three hundred fifty eight million bushels. That was the lowest of the trade guesses and it was one hundred million bushels below the average trade guests. So i was really sticking out there on a limb with that low production estimate and us came in thirteen million below me So i wasn't surprised by the number. The trade was surprised by the number. And i think that shows just how bad things are in the northern plains. Sugerman was also watching. For brazil's corn production estimate with usda projecting that and ninety three million metric tons and exports at twenty eight million metric tonnes usda also forecasting spring wheat production at three hundred forty. Five million. bushels that's down forty one percent from last year and it would be the smallest spring wheat crop in more than thirty years at this point. Usda is estimating and abandonment rate of just three percent in spring wheat due to the severe drought most analysts. Expect to see that much higher. by comparison. twenty percent of the spring we'd acres were left unharvested. During the drought of nineteen eighty eight advanced trading commodity research analysts. Brian blasting thinks spring wheat. Abandonment could approach that record set in nineteen eighty eight and one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. We abandoned twenty two percent. The hard red spring planted acreage So if we used a round number of twenty percent this year that would be the highest number since nineteen eighty eight and we arrived at a production estimates to ninety six using the crap rating. So unfortunately it does look like we're gonna see severe abandonment this year and i. I wouldn't be surprised. Unfortunately given what the six ten day outlets national weather services if we approach it nineteen eighty-eight level cattle markets for the week have been kind of choppy corn marketing market analysts. Sam hudson said that feeder cattle market. Especially just kind of ebbs and flows with the corn market. Some concern about feed costs rattling off of corn is gonna rattle off another fifty cents a bushel or something and it's gonna be hard to rally that market conversely if we cool it down a little bit. He's back months. It's really hard to be. You know to bearish on at least for now And the live callard really just caught range-bound really in the crossfire of that whole thing I think prices are fair for now. We've got enough numbers but we know packers can can pay what they're paying now and probably a little bit more at least for the time being and that's a look at markets this weekend agriculture i'm randy conan first tattoo. I wanted to read tough on aphids. Easy on bees. Or it's the story behind that well on my farm. I use this powerful stuff from called. Safina and scallops insecticide. Sorry it's going to sting so safina insecticides strong on aphids and quickly liam plant damage by jan toll on be stallone bs there. The business be strong and gentle with safina insecticide reading follow label. Directions nicely done be from london..

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"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

This Week in Agriculture

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"Back this year. Red river farm network farm broadcaster don wick and advanced trading risk management advisor. Tommy safi of mayvale. North dakota are touring routes jerking areas of north dakota. We go to donna wick. With this report from the two were. Everyone is feeling the impact of this historic drought but north dakota agriculture commissioner. Doug goring says livestock producers may have the toughest situation the availability of grass and hay is just not enough to sustain north dakota's cattle herd. Goring is seeking the release of crp ground for hain but so far. Usda has been tight. Lipped i did ask that. We would get notified as soon as possible because producers have to get equipment ready. They gotta make arrangements. Stephen find some sierra. Crp that might be said enough to actually harvest or hey and then Then they have to make arrangements to move that stuff there. So i asked for july fifteenth opening. I mean it'd be nice. If i found out today we could notify the public. Let the industry know they could start making plans but I anticipate good news. I'm just not sure what the dates going to be one. We're gonna find out from my not to bismarck are boots on the ground to or found a soybean crop under stress but could make it if it rains the small grains not so much the crop is short and the stands are sparse. I'm don wick on the road on the red river farm network. In addition red river farm network farm broadcaster cara heart is in sioux. Falls south dakota this week or the twenty twenty. One governors eggs summit. We turn.

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This Week in Agriculture

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with look at markets. I'm randy conan. Us commodities president. Don rose says it was a risk off trading week really the corn. Just let the air out of the balloon here You know from the top that we had on friday six eleven on these corn. You drop a dollar four from top to bottom and just Six trading days. So you know that's a that's a significant You know the soy you know so. I think it was a risk off trade probably as simple as rain moving through some of the big states here. Us production pretty pretty much. A tale of two areas this season while the northern plains struggling with drought s&w trading market analyst. Andy schussler says parts of the eastern corn belt are having one of their best crops ever central illinois where they got like that eleven inches of rain. Probably looking at two hundred eighty bushel corn. Some people didn't really lucky in northern illinois. We've been really dry. But we kinda got bailed out here this last week by like central illinois like to one area the country. That's really really really good. Clayton pope commodities president clayton. Pope said there are a lot of conflicting market opinions tugging at this grain market. Right now take on it. Is that You know the recent rains received in the north west area. Do you know your home country. There you know definitely not a drought buster. But it's Maybe walked it off the cliff just a little bit here and possibly arguably avoiding a total disaster for some of these areas there i think is such And then the other two thirds of the growing area in the us Looking at pretty doggone excellent conditions for their pollination period. I think it's really kind of commanding risk. Premium come out of this. These corn market the us exported a record amount of soybeans during the first quarter the value of those exports were the second highest on record. Usda's foreign agricultural service reports soybean sales totaling seven point seven billion dollars. Usda analysts said the us was able to take advantage of brazil's delayed crop and build exports with china foreign service reports said soiling export values were expected to remain strong through the remainder of the year global commodity analytics and consulting president. My zoos lows at the grain markets also appear to be hunkering down because of rainfall and mondays. Usda supply-demand report rainfall and report and so the to ours are really in the forefront of our bodies minds the corn would probably be down more in fact randy if you ask me because the trade seems to build up more of a negative attitude as the weeks progressed about the corn market whether it's the supply side and the weather whether it's about the total demand side here in the united states. I've heard more and more about that and less and less about the brazilian crop. And i'm wondering whether the code numbers coming in above ninety million tonnes maybe didn't change some of the rhetoric and force the market into a real technical kind of tough spot with some of the key weekly and monthly charts Getting violated here as we close out the week on the week. Minneapolis spring wheats September was down. Twenty four and a half cents. Chicago is down thirty seven and three quarters in kansas city september. It was down twenty five and a quarter while september corn was down sixty two and a half cents for the week. December corn down. Sixty two and three quarters august soybeans lost fifty four cents this week november soybeans were down sixty nine and three quarter cents. That's the look at markets this week in agriculture. I'm randy conan. This is a wakeup call for you. And your fields microbial from source by sound. Agriculture source is a revolutionary chemistry approach. That doesn't rely on bulk nutrients or.

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This Week in Agriculture

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with the look at markets. I'm randy coenen. Corn and soybean acreage is well below expectations. In thursday's usda acreage report firing up the grain markets corn acres are up one and a half million from the march intentions but was more than a million acres below the average trade estimate. Usda left soybean acres unchanged from march which was about one point four million acres below the average trade guests for the top ten states for production. North dakota was the only one to increase corn and soybean acres. So i've been acreage. In north dakota at a seven point two million acres that represents more than eight percent of the us corn crowder the us soybean crop corn plantings in north dakota totally three point six million acres in another historic move. The total corn acreage in north and south dakota represents nearly twelve and a half percent of the national crop. Both states struggling due to drought total farm marketing senior market advisor. Naomi bloom says the acreage report from. Usda really was more in line with historical averages acres came in at ninety. Two point seven million acres less than the average trade subscribing numbers came in at eighty seven point six Almost one point two million acres less than the average estimates we number came in higher at four forty. Six point seven So that was a little bit of a surprise to. But i mean overall what this report has done. It's given us a real firm footing on support levels on those charts seasonally. We usually see the market work higher into that first week of july until the next. usda report. which is going to be on monday. July twelfth so we have very very supportive report. Here we're gonna turn to weather but overall this is a bullish report. The quarterly stocks report showed. Us corn supplies. As of june first down eighteen percent from a year ago at four point one one billion bushels quarterly usage reported that three point eight five billion bushels up through six hundred thirty million from a year ago so i mean socks in all positions as of june first reported at seven hundred. Sixty seven million bushels down forty four percent from last year on farm stocks dropped sixty five percent so i being usage during the quarter reported at seven hundred ninety five million bushels down nine percent from last year all wheat stocks as of june first reported at twenty seven and a half million bushels down eighteen percent from a year ago. On-farm stocks down thirty eight percent from a year ago. At one hundred. Forty two million bushels fan on and company market analysts. Christie van ons says the lower ending stock numbers for corn and soybeans is very substantial right now on hand compared to a year ago. We have almost nine hundred million. Bushel less corn on hand in almost a just over six hundred million bushel Less beans on hand than we did A year ago and so those are the big things to look at overall. The market was flooded with some some pretty friendly information out of this crap report. And it's all up to whether now moving forward the acreage numbers. In the june thirtieth crop reports were top third egg marketing market analysts. Ed dougans focus. Duga thinks those numbers pretty close to being accurate. I think the most interesting tally from this report is you know. I've been beaten on the drum seen you know. We can't have ninety five million acres of corn in Ninety million acres beans. Because we don't have that many acres. I mean the record for corn and beans combined before this report was a hundred and eighty point. Two million our one hundred eighty point three. We just don't have the arable arable land anymore to supplant that that many a both and that's the look at markets this weekend agriculture i'm randy conan resolve and advanced rating present special boots on the ground reports on the red river farm network. You gotta have compassion. For the north dakota farmer if it was from the prevent plant from years before just the overall lack of moisture what. My main goal is to go out there and go visit those areas. It hit those one. Oh three one oh five temps in. There's just an incredible amount of damage here. In the north dakota wheat crop special on the ground reports on air and online july seventh eighth and ninth brought to you by tommy christophe and advanced trading rural perspectives providing.

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This Week in Science

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Science

"I can see it now. This is the right way. that's really gets all shiny. So they're going to do more studies and try and figure out exactly what's going on but this really starting to point to and this is this is weird because we've been talking about this for so long into see it go from iron particles in the beak of the bird to suddenly these light sensitive pigments in the eye and and these pigments are sensitive to magnetic fields. This is just. It's it is wild. And i mean probably decades ago researchers never would have considered this possibility but this could potentially be the mechanism for tau. The magnetic sense works in birds. What we're talking about a heads up display or whatever it is the other thing goes remembers it. the is our shasta sensor. And there's so much that the brain is doing involved in vision that we're not the least bit tuned to or where it just happens. Vision does not happen in our is. It happens in our brain. This is just an in. This is a port that the light gets information starts come into and then it's gets translated so that long story short that that heads up display. That's taking place in these. Birds may not be visual at all. It could just become sort of like an impulse instinct sense beyond because it'd be bringing doesn't need us see everything it's learning word processing or doing it doesn't need to communicate back i guess to you With a visual stimuli. You don't need a heads up display display when it's integrated would it. Yeah don't need to show back to you. You were just there to gather the data the brain now in do all of the rest of that work without knowing this. Is this week in science and if you can and you liked the show telefe rent that'd be great all right. It's time for done in an adna. The done in an ad now the quick up day.

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This Week in Startups

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Take me oh grip talk. Lowest assistance was and that's obviously princess layer to tarquin who is about to blow up on. This is what happens if you squeeze users too tight. If you squeeze your partners to tight people can argue if thirty percent is too tight But clearly facebook did that made a lot of enemies in the valley amazon. Is doing that with knocking off people's product amazon basics. They're creating a lot of enemies. And one thing i've learned the hard way enemies accumulate. Try not to have a bunch of enemies in your business. Try to be a match. Try to spread the wealth. Do a little splashy cash e. facebook now. Finally you know after a decade of me telling them to is starting to share revenue with users and allow them to make money on their platforms. My god did it take a while for them to even consider that you can avoid a lot of these problems by just being good to your partners. Microsoft was known as being vicious to their partners in the eighties. You know lotus one. Two three and wordperfect obviously replaced by excel and microsoft word. And they obviously try to and pretty much successfully Kneecapped net scape when they used to charge fifty bucks for a browser back in the days. So it's going to be an all out fight and i love to see it. I love to see it. This is what makes america great. We're out here fighting it out on the battlefield and what's happening in china people disappear sadly. That's how china runs their country. That's their operating system authoritarian way. Jack ma jack ma making a public statement. Where's the guy who founded bytedance. What's happening with apple. The newspaper in hong kong. They just published their last issue in. Ceo's going to jail. That's why america's going to beat china and democracy will beat authoritarianism. If we stay vigilant. Okay we've got an ask jason coming up next okay. Let's don't ask. Jason from pr on slack should start a pitch. Vc west invested in a similar company. Well time matters if it was a similar company ten years ago and the vc is no longer on the board and that company was sold and shutdown. You should pitch that vc. Why because they have scar tissue they have wisdom and they might have an axe to grind or unfinished business so if somebody invested in instagram or they invested in google search. And it's now twenty years or ten years later and they're no longer involved in it. That's a pretty good company to invest. In in fact. I saw sequoia this week invested in a search engine from somebody who worked previously at google. Obviously famously sequoia was the original investor in google. You should not pick them if they're actively on the board. So if andriessen horowitz is in clubhouse and you have a clubhouse competitor. Of course. You're not going to meet with them not a chance. Now that doesn't mean that they're gonna take that information and give it to the founder but it doesn't mean that they're not going to say to the founder. Are you aware of this. Other company and the other founder might not be aware of it so in my experience i've never had the Come to me and say hey know when i was a founder. We found this information out. But i have had investors ford me a new story and say here's a company but you may want to be aware of and that's public information. But i was not aware of it. I have also had founders. Say to me. Have you met with this company. Can you get me there deck. And i was like that's only happened like once or twice. It hasn't happened recently. And i was like no even if i did meet with them rather deck. I could never send it to you. S- a first time found or asking for that So if you want competitive intelligence there's better ways to do it than going to your vc and have vc's wanted to get competitive intelligence. We're really not in the business of doing that. And it's kind of Would be the ultimate career killer. If you did that it kind of is the risk of ruin it would be the equivalent of you know a chef seven you knowingly you know You know some counterfeit food or food. That was spoiled. Like you would just never do it. I think it'd be crazy for me to know that like this chicken was rotten and i'm gonna serve it to you like immediately. You lose all your credibility as chefs already. Use a really gross analogy but people tend to over think. These things question next question is from james via email. What kind of products businesses. Get your unicorn. Spidey sense tingling. Great question. I see really beautiful products while designed when i see.

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This Week in Agriculture

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"This week in agriculture a production of the red river farm network with a look at markets. I'm randy conan. The supreme court ruling favoring oil refiner seeking waivers from the renewable fuel standard expected to have a big impact on demand for corn and soybean oil martensson egg risk management president. Randy martensson says. That decision will impact demand for egg commodities. Well that's kind of what they're thinking is that it could slow down the demand on the biofuel side which will slow down ethanol demand and slow down the biofuel or the the oil demand for bio fuel so biodiesel. So that is that's kind of what's hitting the market. But i think in the end you know we're still not we're still going to see the demand i mean. You look at clean energy. The ethanol is still something. We're going to have to use global commodity analytics and consulting president. Mike sue slow said the combination of weather and that supreme court ruling had traders throwing in the towel this week soybean oil especially down over five percent almost five and a half percent you know getting close to the limit down level this is really an issue for the trade and i think it couldn't have been at a worse time when it comes to much-needed rains in parts of illinois and indiana and even some in the northern plains areas not nearly enough but at least there is a rain on the radar screens Going into the weekend trade basis levels remain strong for corn soybeans across the northern plains bannon company market analysts christie van on tells farmers to be mindful of what month that basis is being based on. That's one thing to really know when you look at those basis levels when you're deciding that if you have all crop on hand is what month. They're going after and you don't blame an elevator and ethanol plant for shifting up that risk because we learned from the mehta july contract. A lot of people got caught squeezed there in that contract and we're dealing with that now and so somebody's levels look extremely attractive but we just need to know what they're going off of and related back to the cash price you know whereas the cash price a survey of market analysts by the wall street journal expects corn supplies to be roughly four point. Two billion bushels as of june first. That's down from five billion bushels a year ago so bean stocks expected to be seven hundred ninety five million bushels down from one point four billion last year. We'd stocks at the end of the quarter are expected to be at five hundred. Excuse me eight hundred. Fifty eight million bushels down from one point zero three billion a year ago. Usda will be releasing the quarterly stocks report. Along with the planted acreage report at eleven o'clock central time on wednesday comstock investments market analyst. Joe camp says traders will be very cautious ahead of those reports cautious by say farmers who are somewhat in in many areas worried about what they might produce Worried about the upcoming weather turning hot and dry again But also some cautious on the part of speculative buyers. They've mostly been selling in terms of profit taking for the week. Minneapolis july. We'd gained sixty cents. September was up forty one and three quarters chicago july. We go down twenty five and three quarter cents. Kansas city july we it was down six and a quarter cents. July corn losing eighteen and three quarter cents on the week. December corn was down forty seven cents for the week. July soybean's down sixty six and a quarter cents in november soybeans. Were down forty three and a quarter cents on the week. Twenty seven hundred head of cattle sold at the rugby livestock auction during this week sale. Normally that auction barn would have gone to sales every other week by this time of the year. Three to six year. Old cow calf pairs ranged from fifteen hundred to seventeen hundred fifty dollars solid mouth pair selling for fourteen hundred to sixteen hundred sixty dollars. Slaughter cows.

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This Week in Agriculture

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"Thursday's large selloff in special the soybean market with record losses on the day over a dollar eighteen cents. Santa group egg heads lead. Ted ciphered says traders just pulled money off the table. We're taking all the weather premium out and then some here today and Yeah you know. Some spotty rains kind of rolling through iowa. That's got A little of pressure on the market in the forecast is still calling for more rains And the confidence is building on that as we get closer to it. So yeah that's all translating into some lower markets here. It doesn't help that soybean oil limit again And the expanded limits but sharply lower. There it also have also doesn't help that we have Fairly significant strength in the us dollar here for the second day in a row and the outside markets did have a big impact on the grain markets as well advanced trading egg risk management advisor. Timing gra safi. Also thinks computerized trading responsible for some of that volatility real people who are trading the stuff anymore. I'm sure they're all out there just like we are but Real people who are clicking the mouse trading. See in the old days in the pitch you could see people yell and scream. You'd see cargill by himself and you could actually see the flow now. We just see a bid and offer in the volume and away we go so it's not quite as transparent as some would like maybe brugge blur marketing and management president. Alan brugere expects the market detroit weather until more is known about the size of this crop. The real question. of course. we'll be july and first part of august because the corn yields buying larger. set by what. We're what we're doing in. July and beans will look tough under these kind of weather conditions but it is arranged all this lot of times. We'll get a pretty good yield allendale. Chief strategist rich. Nelson's the livestock markets. Also were trying to stabilize as well by the end of the week. This is actually a positive we for the candalyn. We've seen wholesale beef. Rake a little bit here. But i can't kennel actually running steady if not actually hire so good rebound here For catamarca here today they issued. They're all kind of watching for the hawks. Two consecutive days of limit down closes for today's discussions lineup. Up seventy cents in august up a dollar seventy so at least for today some stability to show up here on this hog mark here global commodity analytics and consulting president. Mike zoos lo thanks. Traders are getting back to more of a fundamental type. Trade zuma says that pork and being trade is finding some support we still see the hogs and beans going up and down together for the most part their relationships still very closely tied to one another. Thanks mainly to the fun. So with the beans coming back. The hawks have been able to stabilize. That i think is brought in some better fat cattle trade because the cash cal trade has finally come around this week and it's nice to see that not surprising to see the feeders down forty to seventy today in fact that's pretty good given the fact that the corn is back up around thirty cents and us commodities president. Don rose says this market remains very much a weather market and even the day before thought they saw some good moisture coming through so some of these dry areas today a little bit less so Huge fund selling yesterday followed by balancing. Act back to the upside today. Sunday nights going to be a volatile session as the stakes are high as moisture is needed immediately in these dry areas. Cash kendall marcus week. We traded cattle. Mostly one twenty to live two bucks higher than last week. The dress business was done mostly at one ninety five about four dollars higher than last week. That's the look at markets this weekend. Agriculture i'm randy conan gallon. Usa has a broad selection of herbicides fungicides and insecticides to deliver customized solutions for your potato acres. The gallon sales team will offer the right program to fit your.

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This Week in Startups

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Crypto bitcoin. This week interesting. One hundred thousand or crypt. Join three bickering. Three thousand coin. Who knows i mean. I think this is the reality. If somebody is listening to this in the crypto community and you're building technology not you're just like a crypto crazy person yelling screaming onstage in miami but if you're actually a developer in the crypto space put aside bitcoin and that sort of toxicity. But if you're just a crypto person. I think you have to look at what just happened on this round table. You have four people running the four largest best of breed for real real estate art collectibles and startups. Like we're talking about the mount rushmore. Here of turn of assets in this new space and not to be conceited here. But we're we're all putting nine figures to work plus and we can't understand as technologists as asset class managers. You can't come up with a reason to use it. We would love something innovative. We'd literally see nothing of value here. And i was open to it. I didn't lead the witnesses here. None of us. We all have the same exact reaction. Which is what's the point. So if you're in crypto there's your what is the f. ing we can trade on these platforms. We have databases. We have developers. We have titles we have. How else sees are you actually solving something like giving yourself a real hard. Look in the mirror. If you're a crypto person you're making some token is fund. Ask yourself if you're doing it for like the virtuous signaling of being crypto person or some religious reason or there is actually value to the consumer. I mean i don't think any of our. Did somebody want to put their tokens for a warhol in wallet. Scott and then risk losing it or they rather you just have custodianship of it. I mean yeah they would just rather us custodianship of its Our investor invests. I think now anywhere between thirty and forty thousand dollars over their lifetime hitting coord- yeah you know kinda mid-size investors don't want to deal with this Michigan what about you chris. Anything there anybody who's wants their tests the roadster number sixteen on a blockchain not interested interested in the nfc market. I think we're creating new types of collectibles right. i try. i think there will be as an asset class. I think it's fascinating. I think there are places where you know. Rarity and And cultural like significance will will will create longevity in value and create appreciative potential. Right like i'm fascinated. I wanna is a place we want to be a no speak intangible assets. I think it's one that that will look at really seriously But we also have you know we've created a a trust layer with our platform and we have to be really careful about You know or underwriting. Standards in the quality of the assets we bring in and and historical sort of You know view of appreciation where where value is going to be stored in the long run so scott. I'm i'm sure people pitch you on taking your collection in the nf seeing some of them and burning the original painting to make the nrt go up in value. Like those crazy people did that but it all seriousness making an nf. Would you have the right to make an nf. Tea or a collection of nafta is based on an artwork. You own yup. We actually don't have the right. So it's it's misunderstood thing about about copyright law but you know we can buy at twenty thousand dollars painting. And we don't actually own the copyright to it so riley the enough teas that are happening today or primarily being primarily been created by artists themselves Or the state so for somebody like monet. Could anybody create an nfc of akasa were monet. So i'll give you will give you an example. So the world vision recently agreed to in a quote unquote. Nfc some of their Some of their their their rights. I guess are or their images of specific were halls. I know the former chairman of the They're very aggressive about how the copyrights protecting their copyrights etcetera. So they They're doing these enough tease without transferred the copyright so you can buy the ft but you still don't get the copyright you just get that digital asset for a million dollars and the person who bought that warhol the same one also doesn't have the copyright so if another medium comes out Based they'll have the right to it. If t shirts are going to be made or a mural is going to be made or fine art prints all that goes back to the original harnessed and then the the great masters are in the public domain. I can't remember the rule. I think it's after a seventy five years of life of the seventy five years. After the life of the author of the artist mickey mouse rule because they disney keeps getting extended. It was originally like fifty years. How mickey mouse is gonna be in the public domain. And we got to protect the mouse. Highlights this has been great. You all next time on this week in startups by..

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This Week in Tech

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Microsoft and a bunch of startups. Some companies like honeywell all doing stuff right. you honey. Was chris so i know. Isn't that funny. Is it possible that that's just one of a number of paths that forward for instance photonics The that yeah we were coming to the end of moore's law although now we're down to three. Nanometer processors are equivalent three nanometer processors. But moore's law is really kind of a barrier at some point in the future Other technologies besides quantum might be the great leap forward. Is that possible. Do you think could be although You know quantum is not going to replace classical computers. it's going to work alongside up. No it's interesting to be a ton of stuff for which a supercomputer Still make sense and stuff like creating a user interface you still you know. The computers we have now are fine. So you want to build your. You is with quantum technology you have a classical interface and you have the quantum computers thing. That's interesting classical computers can divvy up. Of course the great fear. Quantum computing is that it will break The know fundamental cryptographer. Alker pretty much. Well i'm they're working on right which is why. Ibm was trying to get people thinking about it and experimenting with that now so good for ibm because they're the ones that announced the three nanometer processors as well. They're looking very like oh ibm still in the business. Yeah yeah and if they thought quantum was the next thing they would not be investing. And that's a good point very good point also with us the great roberto baldwin you. You drive a new car every week. What are you driving this week. It's funny because this is the week. I don't have a car at all. I have my car o o. You actually own a car couple. What's your next car. The next you know. I'll be driving. That i can't talk about but i know i can say that i'm going to be driving the brand new s class from his his lover. Yeah so the the new s class. I'll be driving it this week. Sometimes and then after their top of the line.

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This Week in Agriculture

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"The <hes> <hes> d. four or exceptional drought classification south western north dakota and northwestern south dakota received well over one hundred fifty percent of normal rainfall this past week but that was not enough to offset drought conditions. Dry conditions have also expanded d. four or exceptional drought classification south western north dakota and northwestern south dakota received well over one hundred fifty percent of normal rainfall this past week but that was not enough to offset drought conditions. Dry conditions have also expanded into southeastern south dakota for the first time this year. Western minnesota is facing abnormally dry and moderate drought conditions. Mother nature turned up at the heat this week. High temperatures are soaring into the nineties and lower one hundreds in the upper midwest north dakota agricultural weather network director dale. Richardson says this heat wave is similar to conditions one year ago last year. Many areas verge ri- but these dry soils young crops were living off a surplus of subsoil moisture from the wet fall of twenty nineteen and so we still had quite a bit of subsoil moisture this year. Of course we don't have that with the heat you know i'm just wondering if we're not gonna lose crops with this heat wave 'cause there's not a lot of soil moisture in that top say three or four inches you know. The crops aren't very mature that can't go down and get where the moisture is in the soil. It's going to be several days At ninety plus for many locations crop stress is going to occur. Would be an understatement. I just hope we don't lose too much with this heat wave and then hopefully the rains that come next week. We'll be in time to save the crop. There are light scattered rains in the forecast over the weekend and next week however dt n. senior agricultural meteorologist. Bryce anderson is not optimistic for big rains in june any moisture. We get now is just going to barely kind of get us by until the next Possible shower event. So i mean we already have a say real wide area certainly very impressive of central n. senior agricultural meteorologist. Bryce anderson is not optimistic for big rains in june any moisture. We get now is just going to barely kind of get us by until the next Possible shower event. So i mean we already have a say real wide area certainly very impressive of central north dakota that is now in drought level. Four exceptional drought much of the remainder of the state is an extreme drought. And and i fear that we're we're just going to see that You know that type of drought Intensifying and and and really cause Some more issues with crop health particularly if these If these very stressful temperature forecasts do come to verification soybeans in the wimbledon north dakota area got nipped by last week's frost farmer. Joe ericsson thinks there's about five hundred acres that may need to be replanted on his farm. More rain would definitely help the crop. The rain we did get we ended up having a rotary hosts being the top. So or get new. This'll crusty that Big slabs of trust were up there so we had to break them up. And i think that worked pretty well. We did a hundred and fifty acres of that. It's been ten of a after getting in so early. We've rarely been done my birthday yesterday and we rarely come by her birthday if ever so we were done supposedly done. But i guess we weren't at barnesville minnesota farmer and rancher jake thompson says the crop is widely variable here on our farm and kind of seeing some poor. Corn stands <hes> soybeans. Some of the early ones. <hes> are up. They looked really good. But we did have a little frost damage to some of those We did put some soybeans in a little bit later Just checked on those yesterday. They haven't poked through yet but A lot of stuff is there subsoil moisture. it's there it's just We're getting a lot of variation and that's been a look at whether this week in agriculture reporting agriculture's business. I'm a megan overby gallon. Usa producers of epat hamsun sunlen permit. Herbicides also produces targa herbicide targets and effective post grass. Control herbicide dry beans. Flax lentils peas soybeans and sunflowers target delivers excellent control of annual grasses as well as herbicide tolerant volunteer corn. When it's time

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This Week in Agriculture

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Agriculture

"Dry weather is the big concern and with very little room for air. Us commodities president. Don rose this market right now is all about the weather. So if you look like you're gonna have some issues with the weather We add risk premium quickly to the marketplace volatile market. Of course yesterday the market With these maps they come out every six hours with updated Weather forecast here. So you really adds. To the volatility the grain trade turn to choppy mid week with violence swings twenty-seven gains and losses within hours of each other van on in company market analysts. Christie van ons traders are very uncertain over what type of heat damage may be occurring. Heat of problem right now it's followed with moisture and i don't think that's so much the case we know. North dakota needs moisture desperately. There's some pockets here. Even around us in minnesota were very dry around here. I haven't seen pivots run as much as they have ever This early in the game But overall the heat i think is welcomed as long as it's short term to get this crop going and the markets kinda tugging between it being helpful and hurtful whether continues to be the big driver corn belt marketing market analyst. Sam hudson expect spring wheat to be the market leader minneapolis. We you know it's going to be kind of the barometer here in the short term because whether or not there's rain up in the northern plains if it's not timely that crop i you know i it. You know pretty much too late. You know saving grace there is that you know we talked to use it here. Domestically still rather high around the world still rather high but is creates a bit of a narrative where the black sea doesn't raise a big one in there. Okay for now If you have to grab back some weed acres in the us next year. What do you get them from and with double digit gains in the corn and soybean markets global commodity analytics and consulting president. Mike sousa says this livestock market is taking a more subdued to mixed reaction from a standpoint that the corn is weaker so the feeders. Don't wanna go down as much but we also have to realize that the fact cattle market just has a developed. And it's still taking a hit. I think psychologically from that cyber attack and certainly the charts don't look as healthy as they could After what we saw a couple of days ago so i think today's close is probably going to set us up for a pretty important weekly export sales report on friday advanced trading egg risk management advisor. Tommy gris offices these livestock markets continued to be very choppy live cattle just poked up Dynamic markets over there also with the cyber terrorism and whatnot. That was real. Gps worldwide did have shut down for a few days and it gets people thinking how. How fragile is our food system. The canola market drew strength from the heat moving through the canadian prairies. Possibility of some triple digit heat. Over the weekend delight canola gain fourteen dollars. Sixty cents at nine four forty for the week. Canola was up fourteen dollars and forty cents. That's a look at markets this week in agriculture. I'm randy conan gallon..

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"this week" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Com thank. You actually How about stacy you trust from people you love. Yeah we also used to say that. Now it's podcasts. Because i realized no one knew what the hell was talking with. Social media right. Yeah yeah. I've you know i try to get people to call him. Net cam's not webcams. That was a failure as well. Their net cams there on the next hard man. It is well and you know what i realized you. Just gotta go with what people know if they understand. That's all that matters. It's stacey what do you got for us this week. Oh i have beach reading for yaw trading. Hey got to ask you what you wanna do for your soul. Yes yeah Science fiction. I realized because i was trying to figure this out right science fiction's hard because everything's part of a series. Yeah that's a good point. So i was like Do i like the latest murder. Book is a series but a short hail. Mary is not a series but long not a series. But it is so. I'm trying to think deal want shorter. But part of a series Why don't you go into our discord. There's a science fiction actually. There's two sections is a books. I saw sexually fiction sanctions. There's a book section and there's a science fiction section so you could depict whichever one you want..

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This Week in Apps

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Apps

"It's not as high as us before but this is only one day of the week and we're going to see more of this and i have a feeling that now because of covid because of lockdowns were getting to this point where everything is getting consumed through phones. Now i know fans hate it. And i know the The venues hate it. And i know that league hates and the teams hate it. I hate it because being home. All the time is not really as much fun and so as soon as everything can officially reopened safely. I have a feeling everything will kind of go back to normal. But the idea of consuming through app or consuming in ways where you don't necessarily have to be there. That's probably going to continue. The apps are getting better. The type of content is getting better And in general. I think the move. The shift is not gonna stop just because everything is reopening so as this month progresses and i believe as a season will reopen. I think the mlb app is going to see more and more and more revenue. And i think that's good news and that's it for this week. That was fast. If you like the show and you've enjoyed the last few episodes please consider subscribing. Were available wherever you get your podcast on spotify on apple on google and i'm sure a whole bunch of other places. This is also available as a weekly newsletter. Which is sent just before recording this at app figures dot com slash newsletter. See your next week..

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"this week" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"this week" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Yuki Youqian, blah, good science to you to just in Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We are back again to talk about all the science that we loved from the last week stories. We thought were amazing and worth sharing with you. Our favorite science friends. So in this week show. I have stories about clones about gene drive. Maybe some curious we'll see about that. But just what do you have? I've got a cure for cancer. Maybe for my baby. Maybe. Well, maybe that's always the thing with the cure cancer on the show. It's always maybe also I have of course, some ancient human even some the Android all news as well. As be careful what you say because. The flowers may be listening. There are snoops snoops in my yard and my kitchen, Blair, what is animal corner of this lending animals. I have two cases of very smart birds and like twenty four. Yeah. That's a bushel of smart cards. Ed. I also have a particular case of a lizard irrigable. Well, all right. Okay. I'm ready for some miracles. We needs a miracle everyone as we get into the show. I would love to remind you that you can subscribe to this weekend science as the podcast that it is all places that podcasts are found look for this week in science or you can go to twist dot.

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